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The Namibian
Tue 31 Mar 2015
 PRESIDENT Hage Geingob, appoint two deputy ministers at the health and education ministries so that each deputy can be responsible for seven regions.
 WE have to be vigilant, Namibians. The Chinese are very cunning and can get the tobacco project going in the Zambezi region through the back door.
 I AM happy about the decision taken by the Bank of Namibia, which compels all commercial banks to stop deducting money deposited into customers' accounts.
 MINISTER of poverty eradication and social welfare, Bishop Zephania Kameeta and your deputy minister, I wish you all the best and hope that you will raise valuable points concerning poverty in our country.
 ALCOHOL abuse is a big problem in Namibia.
 MEE Monica Geingos resembles Michelle Obama.
POLL
Is Hage Geingob's cabinet the right size to deal with Namibia's biggest issues?

1. Yes, his appointments are solid

2. No, too many cooks spoil the broth

3. Maybe, but he'll have to manage them well

4. Hell no! The problems are too big to fix in 1 term


Results so far:
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VACANCIES
  • No vacant positions

NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-03-31
Spending hike expected from Calle
MINISTER of finance Calle Schlettwein is expected to announce an increase in public spending in his first budget speech today, according to economic analysts. Read more...
THE A-TEAM ... Over the years this team remained intact although some changed jobs a few days ago. Today will see Calle Schlettwein (left) tabling the budget. In this file photo, he is flanked by Bank of Namibia governor Ipumbu Shiimi, Saarah Kuugongelwa Amadhila, former finance minister, and Tom Alweendo.

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NEWS
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-31
150 000 gun licences issued in Namibia
POLICE inspector general Sebastian Ndeitunga said the number of people who own guns is out of control and that more stringent measures should be taken to control the situation. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-31
City undermined Namoloh
THE confirmation by the City of Windhoek that the municipality sold a piece of land for N$8,5 million despite a directive by former minister of local government Charles Namoloh not to do so is another example of how municipalities ignore ministerial orders. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-31
Girl (12) raped
A 12-YEAR-OLD girl was allegedly raped by her stepfather at Spitzkoppe early Saturday morning. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-31
Police officer in hot water over food fight
A SENIOR police officer stationed at Keetmanshoop, warrant officer Abraham /Goagoseb, faces a charge of assault with intent to do grievious bodily harm. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-31
Ehafo director resigns
ON the day that The Namibian broke the news that the director of Ehafo Trust, Wouter Louw, pockets a salary of N$25 000 per month and runs a business, Super Sand Windhoek, on the side, he tendered his resignation. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-31
Domestic workers could lose jobs
THOUSANDS of domestic workers might become redundant tomorrow when the new minimum wage for the sector is implemented. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-31
Omaruru accident claims seven lives
SEVEN people died in an accident on the main road between Omaruru and Karibib on Sunday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-31
Locomotive breaks down
A TRANSNAMIB train carrying about 30 passengers broke down twice after experiencing technical problems on Friday morning on its way to Windhoek from Swakopmund. Read more...
 AFRICA | 2015-03-30
Eight suspected Boko Haram gunmen killed in Nigeria: residents
Eight suspected Boko Haram fighters were killed on Monday during fighting in Gombe and Bauchi states, north-east Nigeria, police, residents and local hunters said. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-03-30
Hanse-Himarwa to tackle truancy
THE Minister of Education, Arts and Culture, Katrina Hanse-Himarwa, has revealed that she will push for a law to force children to stay in school until they are 18 years old. Read more...

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