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Tue 2 Sep 2014
 • GOVERNMENT leaders, Namibia is a great country with a lot of potential and with massive resources, for such a small population. Who is holding up development? Why can’t every man, woman and child have a piece of the Namibian independence cake?
 • NOW that it is confirmed that alcohol is the leading contributing factor for gender-based violence, what is the government going to do to protect our mothers and sisters? Let us be bold and limit the availability and use of alcohol.
 • OUR government should reduce the tax, especially that of the lowly-paid workers. The tax is just too high.
 • SWAKOPMUND children engage in underage sex, drinking and smoking. There’s a bar next to a church and a police station just nearby.
 • TSES uses a fire vehicle to collect refuse. Maybe they want to cut the costs of buying the right vehicle. Please teach them good management.
 • I, JOSEF Shikeva, lost a wallet with my identity document, ATM cards and credit cards. If found, please contact me on 0811801100 or 0812132067.
POLL
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


Results so far:
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NEWS | 2014-09-02
In the hot seat
If you have ever wanted to ask Law Reform and Development Commissioner Sacky Shanghala a question, now is your chance. Read more...
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NEWS
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-02
Telecom ignored workers on system
TELECOM Namibia opted to buy a faulty N$100 million billing system despite having been advised not to do so by its workers. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-02
No bail for ‘notorious struggle kids’
FIVE ‘struggle kids’, who allegedly entered the Katutura Police Station by force on Friday evening and freed a colleague, have been denied bail. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-02
We serve Swapo, says old guard
THREE of the Swapo senior leaders, who lost out at the party’s weekend electoral college, said they are ready to serve the party and have no intention of resigning from their party positions, nor do they have hard feelings. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-02
Three new heritage sites proclaimed
THE National Heritage Council has de-proclaimed the Reiterdenkmal, and proclaimed three new sites as national monuments. Read more...
 AGRICULTURE | 2014-09-02
Agricultural diary
11 September 2014: Central Select sale at Agra/Bank Windhoek Ring at 17h31. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-02
Keetmans municipal worker fights demotion
KEETMANSHOOP municipal manager Josef Rooi has lodged a case of unfair labour practice with the Office of the Labour Commissioner against his employer, alleging he was “demoted without any just cause”. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-02
Good rains predicted for Namibia
SOUTHERN African climate experts expect Namibia to experience a normal to above-normal rainy season from next month to March next year. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-02
Woman murdered at Ubib reserve
POLICE arrested a 48-year-old man on allegations of beating his lover to death with an unknown object. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-02
Ruling reserved on Stoop murder admissions
A RULING that should indicate if the State will be allowed to make use of admissions allegedly made by two of the people accused of robbing and murdering an elderly Windhoek resident in his home five years ago is due to be delivered in the Windhoek High Court at the end of March next year. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-09-01
How it played out
THE emergence of new faces on top of Swapo’s ‘pot’ list sent shockwaves through a packed hall at the Safari Hotel in Windhoek, Saturday night. Read more...
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