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The Namibian
Thu 26 Feb 2015
 NANGOLO Mbumba, some of the things that you say do not match your position as Swapo secretary general. Do you really mean applying for land is illegal? Are you telling Namibian citizens not to apply for land? Hope you will not start talking to yourself.
 IT'S a pity that some political leaders are taking memorial services as a campaign platform. Like Usutuaije Maamberua calling on the youth to join Swanu, while speaking at the memorial service of Gerson Hitjevi Veii. We have other platforms. Please use t
 KUDOS on the article in Friday's paper about 'building Namibian brands'. Being a supporter of local content, I loved it. However, why was there no mention of the likes of Sobisoo, Black Excellence (personal favourite), IRT and many others that are making
 VIVA Hage Geingob for choosing Pastor Ngeno Nakamhela to conduct your wedding. Ngeno is the only symbol of unity we have in the Lutheran church. I wonder if there are divisions in heaven called Owambo location and Nama location.
 JOB Amupanda is man enough to stand up for the landless and the poor - something that Nangolo Mbumba failed to do for the last 25 years. Mbumba is however good at insulting the poor Namibians.
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

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NEWS - NATIONAL | 2015-02-26
Swapo elder suspended over mass land application
THE Otjiwarongo Swapo elders council district treasurer Benjamin Khairabeb has been suspended from party activities for allegedly getting involved in the mass land application or Affirmative Repositioning. Read more...
IT IS WRITTEN ... Swapo Erongo coordinator Philipus Heita reads the party's constitution with Erongo youth league secretary Laina Shapange.

IJG Daily Bulletin
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-26
Address land issue - analysts
POLITICAL analysts yesterday urged government to look into the land issue in Namibia and resolve the crisis. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-26
American fires lawyer in murder trial
ONE of the American men accused of murdering a young Namibian in Windhoek four years ago has dumped his defence lawyer. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-26
Namibia facing severe drought - NAU
NAMIBIA is facing another severe drought in less than two years, according to the Namibia Agriculture Union. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-26
Veii laid to rest
THE late Gerson Hitjevi Veii was buried at Heroes Acre in the presence of hundreds of mourners from across the country yesterday.

A 17-gun salute accompanied him to his last resting place. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-26
Kazapua asks government to help service land
WINDHOEK mayor Musee Kazapua called on the central government to significantly boost financial support to local authorities across the country to help them service land. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-26
Two heads at Gochas school
CONFUSION over who is in charge has gripped the PI Groenewald Junior Secondary School after Hardap regional education authorities replaced the principal while he was on sick leave. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-26
Nurses and midwives meet in Windhoek
NURSES and midwives from several African countries are gathered in Windhoek for a three-day African Health Professions Regulatory Collaborative Summative Congress which started on Tuesday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-25
Windhoek mayor digs in over land
DAGGERS have been drawn over land following Windhoek mayor Muesee Kazapua's declaration that they will not bow down to pressure and intimidation to meet any deadline. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-25
PM sued over school food
THE cancellation of the N$3 billion contract to supply food to schools has found its way into the High Court, with the Prime Minister among 89 parties being sued by aggrieved companies. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-02-26
Maize meal price to go up
NAMIB Mills has announced that due to a severe drought that has caused a drastic drop in expected crop yields, the company will increase the price of maize meal. Read more...

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