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The Namibian
Thu 28 Aug 2014
 *ARCHBISHOP of the Roman Catholic Church, we need a parish in Otjomuise for people of Rocky Crest, 7de Laan, 8ste Laan and Otjomuise. We want to hold mass every Sunday.
 *THANK you Ministry of Finance for processing my 2014 assessment and giving a refund so fast. I was really blown away. We must give credit where it is due.
 *IN telling villagers to behead men who kill women, former President Sam Nujoma is lowering himself to the lowest of the low in the wild.
 *WINDHOEK Municipality. There is a regular power failure in Goreangab, Naute Street, from 18h00 until late. This interrupts our studies at night and forces us to sleep on empty stomachs. Improve your service delivery.
 *STARS stay Stars! The truth has dethroned the evil minds of those in the Doeseb clique. Viva African Stars. We want our match back now. Mr NPL, can you see the damage you caused your association?
 *SHAME on you, Hage Geingob, you are now sympathising with Frieda Ndatipo’s family and fellow ‘struggle kids’ while you said the ‘struggle kids’ are not special. Were you waiting for such a fatal incident to occur before you react?
What do you make of the proposed changes to Namibia's Constitution?

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Kvitova joins US Open fallen, Djokovic, Murray cruise

NEW YORK - Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova became the fifth top 10 seed to exit the US Open in the first week when she was knocked out by Serbian world number 145 Aleksandra Krunic on Saturday.
Novak Djokovic of Serbia returns a shot to Sam Querrey of the US during their 2014 US Open men's singles match at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Centre on August 30, 2014 in New York. Photo: Nampa-AFP

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-30
Shock and awe at Swapo pot elections
Swapo’s electoral college delivered a few shocks when the list for the party’s parliamentary candidates in 2015 was announced earlier tonight. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-30
Ombudsman to investigate Ndatipo's death
The Government has instructed the Office of the Ombudsman to investigate the exact circumstances which led to the tragic death of Frieda Ndatipo this week. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-29
Swapo gears up for ‘pot’
WITH the passing of the Namibian Constitution Third Amendment Bill in the National Assembly, the ruling Swapo Party is now looking to the weekend’s Electoral College – this time with a list of 96. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-30
Nudo wins Otjinene election
The National Unity Democratic Organisation (Nudo) has won the Otjinene local authority election. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-30
‘Struggle kids’ arrested
Five children of exiled liberation struggle fighters also known as ‘struggle kids’ were arrested at 06h00 on Saturday after the police special reserve force raided their camp in Windhoek's Okahandja Park informal settlement. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-31
Swapo stalwarts spurn ‘pot’ nomination
Swapo’s list of 96 members for the next parliament is decided on this weekend at the party’s electoral college with a long list of stalwarts not standing for nomination. Read more...
 FOOTBALL | 2014-08-29
Stars report NPL for misconduct 
African Stars on Friday lodged a complaint of misconduct with the Namibia Football Association against the Namibia Premier League. Read more...
 AFRICA | 2014-08-30
South African troops 'not heading to Lesotho' as PM flees
The South African government was not immediately sending troops to Lesotho following claims that the neighbouring country had been taken over by the military, the department of international relations (Dirco) said on Saturday. Read more...
 AFRICA | 2014-08-30
Lesotho army surrounds police HQ
The Lesotho military surrounded the police headquarters in the capital of Maseru on Saturday amid speculations of a coup. But the government said it is still in power. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-29
Tears, anger as ‘struggle kids’ mourn Ndatipo
YESTERDAY was a day of tears and anguish as the ‘struggle kids’ marched to the Swapo head office in remembrance of Frieda Ndatipo (26), who was shot dead there on Wednesday by the police. Read more...
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