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Wed 20 Aug 2014
 • REVOLUTIONS lead nowhere. The book Animal Farm says it all. We are at the time when laws are now being changed, just as the animals changed the laws, “all animals are equal but some are more equal than others” . I cannot make sense of these changes. Wil
 • WHY not introduce Basic Income Grant as a constitutional right? Because nowadays one cannot live anymore without at least a certain small amount. Life is BIG.
 • USAKOS Town Council, thanks for cleaning the town. Keep it up. – Legend
 • THIS is how our country is. Everybody, including the minister of transport, are still in their positions, except Theo Namases of Air Namibia who was suspended. Even the ACC is afraid to investigate. Everything is quiet. Why? The President and Prime Mini
 MATHEW Mumbala, your statement in The Namibian to Venaani shows why the people are still living in shacks after 24 years of independence under the Swapo government. That mentality won’t change anything.
What do you make of the proposed changes to Namibia's Constitution?

1. It's a power grab

2. It's needed to manage government better

3. Such changes must go to a referendum first

4. Such changes shouldn't be centred on personalities

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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2014-08-20
It’s Olufuko time!
The Olufuko annual festival kicked off earlier yesterday with a traditional dancing ceremony and an introduction of 82 brides. Olufuko is an Oshiwambo word meaning wedding. It is an ancient festival held in Outapi in the Omusati Region. The festival was reintroduced in 2012 after being dormant for decades. Olufuko is a process where girls from the age of 14 years old are prepared for womanhood and commissioned as ‘brides’. After Olufuko the bride is free to marry. Pregnancy before marriage, but after Olufuko is socially acceptable. People under the age of 16 are considered minors under the Namibian Constitution.

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-20
NamPower sued over BEE
NAMPOWER is being dragged to court after it chose black economic empowerment, decentralisation and rural development as bases for awarding a N$30 million tender. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-20
Shanghala’s grey areas
LAW Reform and Development Commission chairman Sacky Shanghala’s credibility and impartiality is being questioned now that it has become clear that he stands to directly benefit from the Constitutional amendments he is championing. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-21
Chinese assaulted, robbed of N$300 000 and car
A CHINESE businessman at Uis was severely beaten up by four suspects on Monday, before they stole N$300 000 cash and his vehicle. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-21
Recusal ruling reserved in Lameck trial
A RULING that might have the effect of sending the High Court trial of former Public Service Commissioner Teckla Lameck and two co-accused back to square one is due to be delivered on 14 November. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-21
Uutoni calls for sustainable police-public cooperation
THE deputy Minister of Safety and Security, Erastus Uutoni, has called for sustainable police-public cooperation to effectively combat crime. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-21
Union blames govt for teachers’ poor performance
THE Teachers Union of Namibia (TUN) has blamed government for the poor ‘performance’ of teachers. Read more...
 INTERNATIONAL | 2014-08-21
Campaign fever hits Swapo
CAMPAIGN fever has hit the ruling party, with Swapo secretary general Nangolo Mbumba saying they will thoroughly prepare for the elections. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-21
Inside Ebola hell

SEVEN days ago Oliver Wilson drove his sick, shivering wife Layson to an isolation clinic for a suspected case of Ebola. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-08-21
Rhino poacher gets seven years in prison
A KUNENE resident convicted of poaching a rhinoceros and possessing the endangered animal’s two horns was sentenced to an effective seven years’ imprisonment and fined a total of N$13 000 at the end of his trial in the Opuwo Magistrate’s Court yesterday. Read more...
 AFRICA | 2014-08-21
TB Joshua sends holy water to Sierra Leone

NIGERIAN faith healer TB Joshua has reportedly sent 4 000 bottles of his holy water to Sierra Leone, as part of an aid package. Read more...
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