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The Namibian
Fri 27 Feb 2015
 THE churches have the means to teach from a tender age at Sunday schools even before a child reaches kindergarden - the need to respect elders, maintain discipline, and foster and cement good mannerisms; they also deal with hunger, poverty issues and eve
 CITY of Windhoek, are you aware of the terrible rotten smell in Marula, Smarties and Wanaheda?. We have contracted endless flu like symptoms. Do you really care about our health or are you just happy to take our money? Please act!
 IF nannies get N$1 200 a month, how will single working mothers manage because by law you only get N$300 maintenance money from the father?
 I THINK it's about time that Namibia moves on from the claiming phase and start taking action. Big ups to Job Amupanda!
 NANGOLO Mbumba, shame on you! Leave Job Amupanda alone. He did not insult the nation like you did. Do you think we forgot what you said last year at the Sam Nujoma Stadium?
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What are the biggest issues that Hage Geingob's administration would have to deal with?

1. Curbing corruption

2. Improving the quality of education and healthcare

3. Provide dignified housing for all

4. Create more jobs


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NEWS | 2015-02-27
Land application numbers escalate
As mass land applications, under the Affirmative Repositioning action, happen countrywide more landless Namibians continue to submit their applications for land in their respective towns and rejecting Swapo's threats of suspending members who would dare apply for land today. Read more...
WE WANT LAND... Job Amupanda addresses an active crowd at Okahandja

IJG Daily Bulletin
NEWS
2015-02-27
Affirmative Repositioning land application underway
The nationwide mass action spearheaded by Affirmative Repositioning is underway in different towns in Namibia. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-27
We will not repay NSFAF loans, declare students
STUDENT representative councils from various institutions of higher learning said students should not be coerced to pay back study loans, saying these should be turned into grants. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-27
Youth defiant
YOUTH leaders from opposition parties DTA and RDP yesterday said they are in full support of the proposed mass applications for urban land scheduled to take place countrywide today. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-27
Lüderitz child rape convict granted bail
A LÜDERITZ resident who was tried and convicted of raping his teenage stepdaughter has been granted N$50 000 bail by the Keetmanshoop Regional Court pending an appeal against conviction. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-27
Government flats in awful state
BROKEN windows, blocked toilets, damaged taps and leaking pipes which cause pools of water. This is the state of affairs at some of the government flats in Windhoek. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-27
Prison awaits engineer after rape conviction
THE sentencing of engineer Epafroditus Unengu, who was found guilty of rape and aggravated assault on Tuesday, will take place in the Windhoek High Court on Thursday next week. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-27
Trial date set in birthday party murder case
THE High Court trial of a young man who is facing a murder charge after his girlfriend was killed at a birthday party for their child is scheduled to start on 18 May. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-27
Mweti forced to abandon race for CEO post
THE Otjiwarongo Town Council appointed Ismael /Howoseb as its chief executive officer after his closest competitor, Agatha Mweti - who allegedly scored higher in the interviews - had pulled out of the race. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-27
'Unlicensed' trucks still on road
DRIVERS of trucks transporting stone for the construction of NamPort's N$4 billion container terminal, whose jobs were terminated because the Roads Authority (RA) did not approve of their trucks' capacities, claim that substitute drivers were driving the same trucks. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-27
Fraud rocks Henties
A N$6,8 million tender for the construction of a much needed fire station at Omdel location in Henties Bay was suspended amid allegations of fraud that could involve senior municipal officers. Read more...
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Windhoek 15° 33° -
Walvis Bay 14° 21° -
Oshakati 19° 35° -
Keetmanshoop 17° 39° -
Grootfontein 17° 34° -
Gobabis 16° 35° -
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