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The Namibian
Thu 27 Nov 2014
 I AM very concerned about the future of the Joyful Choir competition. It started on the wrong footing. Favouritism won't take us anywhere; it will just break us. Who wants to be part of a sinking competition?
 NANGOLO Mbumba must go and teach his own people their language of origin at Omboloka. They are suffering from being taught in Oshikwanyama.
 MBUMBA must go because we are not ready to be abused by the people we put into power. Don't destroy our party. If you want to go, just go peacefully.
 WELL done, comrade Nangolo Mbumba. What you said on Saturday at the Swapo star rally is true. You were not supposed to apologise.
 NANGOLO Mbumba, you acted foolishly but don't worry. God will take care of you for insulting us in a live broadcast. Are you mad?
Are you going to vote in the upcoming National Assembly and Presidential elections?

1. Yes! It' my duty.

2. No! Swapo will win anyway.

3. Maybe, but I haven't decided who to vote for.

4. Hell no! I'm not into politics.

Results so far:
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NEWS | 2014-11-27
Unusual blessings
Jenny !Nawaseb (28) and his girlfriend Willemina /Awaras (24) slaughter a kid (goat) that died due to drought at the Anker village, situated 15km from Kamanjab on Wednesday. The couple said livestock are dying as there is not enough grazing to feed on. They said that the meat is a blessing as they did not have meat for a long time. The village, like many towns and villages in the Kunene region, is hit by unemployment. The couple asked the government to initiate projects they will empower the youth. !Nawaseb and /Awaras are looking forward to cast their vote in tomorrow's national and presidential elections. - Photograph by Clemans Miyanicwe

Electoral Commission of Namibia
IJG Daily Bulletin
Ministry cautions against bogus SMS circulation
THE Ministry of Education has warned pupils to be wary of an anonymous SMS doing the rounds on the release date of the Junior Secondary Certificate for Grade 10 and 12 results. Read more...
Nation gears for elections
DESPITE all the challenges from the row over the Third Constitutional Amendment Bill to suspicions about the electoral voting machines (EVMs) as well as the election court challenge this week, Namibia votes tomorrow. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-27
Fresh bid to stop elections
WITH just 24 hours before the national elections, the RDP and the Workers Revolutionary Party yesterday launched an appeal against the Windhoek High Court verdict, which dismissed their bid to stop the elections. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-27
RCC workers picket over CEO's pay
WORKERS at the Roads Contractor Company yesterday held a peaceful demonstration to express discontent over acting chief executive officer Pieter Oosthuizen's pay package. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-27
Ngurare fights for Amupanda
SWAPO Party Youth League secretary Elijah Ngurare has backed the three suspended youth leaders, pleading with the party leadership to reverse their suspension. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-27
Blame game affects Kudu Gas Project
THE war of words over the future of Namibia's Kudu Gas power plant continued yesterday, with officials blaming the most recent delay on the Ministry of Finance. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-27
Oshikoto polling officers refuse to sign contracts
CLOSE to 230 polling officers out of 1 124 in the Oshikoto region yesterday refused to sign their contracts of employment with the Electoral Commission of Namibia, throwing the organisation of tomorrow's polling into disarray. Read more...
Parliamentary debate standards have fallen
POLITICAL veterans have agreed that the quality of debates and general output in the National Assembly have declined and some fear that it might get worse if the situation is not given serious attention. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-27
Elections advertising: Hits and misses
IN the countdown to tomorrow's elections, political parties have been jostling each other to catch the attention of the 1,2 million voters that are expected to cast their votes. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-11-27
SADC observer head praises Namibia
SOUTH Africa's Minister for International Relations and Cooperation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane has praised Namibia for its commitment to multi-party democracy by holding successive free and fair elections since independence. Read more...

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