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The Namibian
Thu 2 Oct 2014
 • WHAT makes me a proud Namibian? Is it landlessness, homelessness, unemployment, corruption, the high crime rate, or is it the banks' discriminatory policies, particularly FNB Namibia's?
 • INSPECTOR General of the Namibian Police Sebastian Ndeitunga, this nation wants to hear why you sent members to Lesotho? Namibia experienced rebellion in the Zambezi region in the past but we did not involve foreign forces.
 • INSPECTOR General of the Namibian Police Sebastian Ndeitunga, how can you keep recruits for three months without paying them? They cannot buy cosmetics and other basic needs. Are they not human like you? Your administration is not improving. Shame on yo
 • FIRST Capital Investment Housing scheme is such a big disappointment. They promise to give pre-approvals within a week or a few days, but they take months. To make it worse, their employees mistreat clients and answer them badly, especially at Ondangwa.
 • I AM concerned and want to ask the Usakos Junior Secondary School staff when and where their so-called rules and regulations apply? If a learner is caught cheating during the final Grade 10 exams and one reports it, then that story is just hidden and di
 • LEAVING clients in long queues while you go to lunch should be declared illegal in this country. Unam, this is ridiculous. People actually have to be back at work by 14h00.
POLL
In light of recent media reports, do you think the fisheries sector is in crisis?

1. No, it's just a media storm

2. Yes, sack the minister

3. Maybe, but do we have all the info yet?

4. Never! Namibians are getting empowered


Results so far:
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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2014-10-02
Fisheries workers demand land
ABOUT 50 workers of fishing companies at Walvis Bay yesterday held a peaceful demonstration to demand affordable land, with the Trade Union Congress of Namibia (Tucna) saying that if their demand is not met, the workers would take the land by force. Read more...
THE ISSUE ... Tunacor''s NASAWU Shop Stewardess Claudia Mathias read- ing the petition to Walvis Bay Municipal Spokesperson Kevin Adams, who received the petition on Walvis Bay Ulika Nambahu's behalf. - Photograph by Adam Hartman

Electoral Commission of Namibia
IJG Daily Bulletin
NEWS
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-02
Cabinet separates Telecom and MTC
INFORMATION minister Jöel Kaapanda says Cabinet has ended the bond between Telecom Namibia and mobile service leader MTC, by dismantling the State investment body, Namibia Post and Telecommunications Holdings (NPTH). Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-02
Telecom fights to get Angolan loan
TELECOM Namibia is struggling to get back about N$174 million it loaned to the Angolan company, Mundo Startel SA, in 2003.

Mundo Startel SA is an Angolan telecoms outfit in which Telecom Namibia acquired 44% shares. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-02
Engineers milk Roads Authority
THREE senior engineers employed by the Roads Contractor Company jointly own a company that was awarded contracts by the Roads Authority (RA) in direct competition with their employer. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-02
ECN rushes for poll materials
THE Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) is still to acquire election materials such as polling booths and chairs, less than two months before the much anticipated national elections take place. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-02
Appeal brings freedom after 15-year jail term
A YEAR and a half after he was sent to prison for 15 years on a murder charge, a young Mariental resident is free again as a result of an appeal judgement in which the High Court set aside his conviction and sentence. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-02
Arandis factory workers keep vigil
FORMER workers of the Dantago Clothing Factory in Arandis have decided to keep a 24-hour watch over the premises to prevent the owner from carting machinery and equipment away before paying their severance packages after the recent closure of the business. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-02
City extends deadline on shebeens
THE Windhoek City Council has extended the grace period in which owners of illegal shebeens were expected to legalise their businesses by one year. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-02
Xwama staff claim mistreatment
EMPLOYEES at Xwama Cultural Village restaurant have complained of long working hours and also alleged mistreatment. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-01
SME Bank, immigration in stand-off
THE SME Bank board chairperson Frans Kapofi says Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration officials are xenophobic and practise double standards. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2014-10-01
Pohamba mansion worth 100 low-cost houses
PRESIDENT Hifikepunye Pohamba's retirement mansion will cost N$35 million - enough for more than 100 low-cost houses valued at N$350 000 each. Read more...
BUSINESS
www.weatherphotos.co.za
Windhoek 31° -
Walvis Bay 23° -
Oshakati 14° 35° -
Keetmanshoop 26° -
Grootfontein 12° 33° -
Gobabis 29° -
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