The NamibianThe WeekenderYouthPaperBack of the BookSupplements
[ Login ]   |   [ Register ]
The Namibian
  
X
The Namibian Home PageWed 8 Jul 2015, 01:04Last update: 8 Jul 2015
News    Opinions    Sport    Business    Entertainment    Oshiwambo    Archive    Top Revs    Letters    Vacancies   
News    Opinions    Sport    Business    Entertainment    Oshiwambo    Archive    Top Revs    Letters    Vacancies   

Rugby World Cup 2015
The Namibian
Tue 7 Jul 2015
 *A N$5000 cash prize for Chef of the Year. Very small amount for a big title. Increase the prize money.
 *NATIS! The skewed supply/demand situation is fast becoming a crisis. Please balance the situation and provide more testing centres across the country.
 *GOVERNMENT, why is it that our pension is so late every month? We are old and suffer enough. Please correct this.
 *CIVIL society and business need to investigate the tariff increases by the City of Windhoek. If found too expensive and illegal, they must be taken to court.
POLL
How would you rate President Hage Geingob's first 3 months in office?

1. A total flop

2. Highly successful

3. It's too early to rate

4. Encouraging but with many challenges to face.


Results so far:
 Older Polls

VACANCIES
  • No vacant positions

NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-07-07
No bail for alleged killer dad
A Windhoek resident who allegedly killed his four-year-old son by hitting the boy's head against a floor on Sunday evening, has been refused bail. Read more...
STAY PUT ... Simon David allegedly killed his four-year-old son by hitting the boy's head against the floor on Sunday evening. The 45-year-old David made a first appearance in the Windhoek Magistrate's Court on Tuesday on a charge of murder. David was refused bail on Tuesday morning. Photo: Nampa

IJG Daily Bulletin
NEWS
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-07
Driver in Hochland Park fatal accident gets bail
THE teenager accused of killing a Windhoek City Police officer and two civilians while allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol over the weekend, has been released from police custody on N$6 000 bail. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-07
'Fake' UN troops in attack on Central Africa radio station
Armed men, some disguised as UN peacekeeping soldiers, raided the state radio facilities in the capital of the restive Central African Republic overnight, a police source said Tuesday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-07
Khorixas dying
A STAGGERING 70% of employable residents in the Kunene town of Khorixas are without work. Read more...
 AFRICA | 2015-07-07
Tanzania's ruling party to pick presidential candidate
John KULEKANA

Tanzania's ruling party is selecting its presidential candidate this week, with the winner expected to take the east African country's top job after the October elections. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-07
The 'Lone Rider' takes on Namibia's South
• ANNA TERVAHARTIALA

THE road from Mariental to Windhoek is long and straight. The silence of the desert surrounding the scorching black tarred road is repeatedly broken by the forceful rumble of cars rushing from one pit stop to the next. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-07
Army rejects N$12b housing proposal
STATE military business empire August 26 Holdings turned down a proposal by private developers to take over the mass housing programme to build 70 000 houses within five years at a cost of N$12,5 billion. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-07
Man arrested for son's death
SHANDUMBALA neighbourhood in Katutura, Windhoek, is in shock after a man allegedly killed his son by hitting his head against the floor on Sunday night. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-07
Acting DG for NBC
THE Namibian Broadcasting Corporation's chief human resources officer will be the acting director general as from next month. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-07
Judge convicts three over deadly robbery
ALL three men accused of having carried out a fatal armed robbery in Windhoek's Northern Industrial Area near the end of 2009 were found guilty in the Windhoek High Court yesterday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-07
Land campaigners identify loopholes
AFFIRMATIVE Repositioning leaders have promised to help government find a solution to the land crisis in the country. Read more...

A product of CEIT Development Namibia