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Africa Cup of Nations - 17 January to 8 February 2015
The Namibian
Fri 30 Jan 2015
 CITY of Windhoek's first council meeting has been postponed already. How many resources will have been wasted by the end of the year? Pull up your socks and be professional!
 HOW refreshing and inspirational are the stories about St. Boniface. Mary Phyllis Yesudasan, you are a credit to your profession. Namibia needs about a 1000 teachers like you. Keep up the good work.
 CHAIRPERSON of Katima Mulilo Town Council, sign our deeds of sale please; we are tired of having waited for five months now. We want to build, so what is your problem?
 , MENESIA Manasse, am looking for the family of my father David HW. He used to work in Tsumeb. Please contact me on 0813621769.
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

Results so far:
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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-01-30
Yes, No, and Maybe for Apartheid-Era Killers
The bid for parole by three apartheid-era killers got a nod, a no and a maybe from Justice Minister Michael Masutha on Friday. Read more...
PRIME EVIL ... Former Vlakplaas commander Eugene de Kock would be released on parole.

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-30
Floods close four Omusati schools
FOUR schools in the Omusati region have closed indefinitely while three others have stopped some classes due to flooding caused by recent heavy rains. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-30
NQA drags feet on Zim qualifications
TWENTY-EIGHT Namibian graduates who studied at institutions in Zimbabwe are having trouble convincing the Namibia Qualifications Authority (NQA) that their qualifications are legitimate. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-30
Inside St Boniface .... St Boniface rubbishes leak claims
MARY Phyllis Yesudan, the no-nonsense principal of St Boniface College near Rundu in the Kavango East region, yesterday afternoon laughed off allegations that the prestige school owes its good Grade 12 Ordinary Level fortune to leaked examination papers. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-30
I walked to school in the rain, says Nekundi
SWAPO Party Youth League deputy secretary Veikko Nekundi, who will be sworn in as a member of parliament in March, says he used to walk from Katutura to town and back every day when he was a student. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-30
Americans complain about prison conditions
THE two American citizens accused of murdering a young man in Windhoek four years ago regard the conditions in which they are being detained in prison as inhumane. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-30
Schools to repair own broken furniture
THE director of education in the Ohangwena region, Sanet Steenkamp, says schools will from this year be responsible for the repair of their own furniture. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-30
NHE's Mariental houses expensive

THE National Housing Enterprise (NHE) denied through the media this week that its houses built at Mariental were sub-standard and unaffordable. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-30
Stock theft cases worry //Karas farmers
COMMERCIAL farmers in the //Karas region have lost trust in the police because of the low success rate in concluding reported stock theft cases. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-30
Bricklaying project a success at Klein-Aub

PASTOR Koos Johannes Kharuxab started his business, K.J. Bricks, from very humble beginnings. Born and raised in Klein-Aub, a settlement in the Hardap region, Kharuxab always had a business mindset. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-01-30
Elderly want 100% pension increase
A GROUP of people turned up for the launch of the nationwide campaign to increase old age pensions by 100%, which took place at Tamariskia Town Hall in Swakopmund on Wednesday. Read more...

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