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The Namibian
Fri 31 Jul 2015
 *LET all the youth of different political parties volunteer to clear the places for building houses in different towns every weekend.
 *MOST of the current Nampol recruits didn't undergo a medical exam prior to their admission to the training college. Why investigate the death of a recruit now?
 *THE government should make sure that the money-hungry estate agents should not form part of the new housing initiative the government has embarked on.
 *IS it not corruption and worthy of investigation that Trustco bought the Lafrenz farm for N$10 million and make more than N$800 million from it?
Has government dealt with the housing crisis appropriately?

1. No, not at all

2. They are trying their best

3. All talk, no action

4. Yes, through NHE & mass housing

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NEWS | 2015-07-31
Land clearing process starts in Goreangab
WHAT was anticipated to turn out as the day people forcefully occupy land has turned out as a peaceful Friday morning with hundreds of volunteers coming out to clear the identified land around 08h00 in the Goreangab surrounding. Read more...
JOINT EFFORT … People clear land in the Goreagab area while land surveyors from the AR and City of Windhoek Joint Technical Committee go about repositioning beacons and marking paths for the construction of roads on the cleared land. - Photograph by Yochanaan Coetzee

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-31
Riverbed deal sucks in deputy mayor
WINDHOEK deputy mayor Mwadhina Veico chaired a council meeting where the company that employs her daughter presented a project proposal that seeks to turn riverbeds into recreational facilities. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-31
Teenager allegedly rapes grandmother
A 57-year-old woman was allegedly raped by her 17-year-old grandson at Outjo in the Kunene Region on Tuesday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-31
Schiefer gets appeal against sentence
THE 48-year prison term to which Windhoek resident Romeo Schiefer was sentenced after being convicted of the murder of his parents is set to be tested with an appeal in the Supreme Court. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-31
Students with special needs to study in Botswana
A GROUP of 15 students living with disabilities will leave for Botswana in September this year to further their studies. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-31
Swapo urges traditional authorities to plan for land demands
THE Swapo Party regional coordinator for //Karas on Wednesday met various traditional leaders in the region to consult on amicable and effective ways of addressing land demands. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-31
TransNamib fires legal adviser
TROUBLED parastatal TransNamib last week fired its chief legal adviser Gokulan Thambapilai for what the company termed as habitual absenteeism. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-31
AirNam takes care of Namases
AIR NAMIBIA'S settlement with former managing director Theo Namases will cushion her until she gets a new job or until her contract expires in 2017. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-31
'Dr John' wants to issue sick notes
ON THE south-eastern banks of the Okavango River in Kavango East lies Divundu, a town of about 5 000 people one of whom is a well-known and respected traditional healer known by the name Dr John. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-31
Union agrees to pay Angula N$1m
TRADE union leader Alfred Angula's departure from his top post at the Namibia Farmworkers Union is set to cost the trade union more than N$1 million. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-07-31
Mass housing programme to be renegotiated
URBAN minister Sophia Shaningwa says government will soon announce the new mass housing programme implementer after it emerged that the state is set to renegotiate housing contracts worth N$3 billion. Read more...

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