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The Namibian
Fri 17 Apr 2015
 THOSE shortsighted people who want the colonial statues removed, agree then that all of them must be removed, including the so-called unknown soldier at Heroes Acre who was never in the front of the battle, like Jonas Savimbi.
 PRESIDENT Hage Geingob, did your staff inform you about the pending water crisis in Windhoek? Within the next decade there will not be enough water for Windhoek residents.
 JOB Amupanda was sent by God to free the captive land. Many of you were born poor but became corrupt at the expense of the masses. Stop gambling with other people's lives. We are not beggars and we will never be. Poverty is not right, and who own Namibia'
 I THINK it would be logical to rebrand Job's 'Affirmative Repositioning' to 'Affirmative Land Allocation' (ALA). Sounds more friendly.
 I SAY no to the tobacco project in Zambezi. The Chinese can go ahead and plant the maize but not tobacco. Where can I sign the petition?
POLL
Is Hage Geingob's cabinet the right size to deal with Namibia's biggest issues?

1. Yes, his appointments are solid

2. No, too many cooks spoil the broth

3. Maybe, but he'll have to manage them well

4. Hell no! The problems are too big to fix in 1 term


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NEWS - AFRICA | 2015-04-17
Xenophobic attacks spark anger abroad
Countries neighbouring South Africa on Friday prepared to evacuate their citizens from South Africa as the UN raised the alarm over deadly xenophobic attacks which have displaced thousands. Read more...
STOP IT ... Zimbabwean citizens protest outside the South African Embassy in Harare, against a wave of violence against immigrants in parts of South Africa on 17 April. Over 100 people marched, calling for a stop to the deadly violence against black immigrants in parts of South Africa. Photo: AFP

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NEWS
 AFRICA | 2015-04-17
Zim to evacuate nationals caught in South Africa attacks
Zimbabwe will evacuate its nationals caught in anti-foreigner violence that has left six people dead in South Africa, the country's ambassador told media Friday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-17
Hitula loses cancer battle
THE Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia's acting chief executive officer, Hilma Hitula, passed on this morning. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-17
More than 30 rhino carcasses discovered in Etosha last week
THE Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) said on Friday that a total of 31 rhino carcasses were discovered in the Etosha National Park during the course of last week. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-17
Cancer-stricken granny cares for 19 grandchildren
OUMA Maria Snyder is a poverty-stricken elderly woman who, besides living with her 19 grandchildren and has baby number 20 on the way, is also battling breast cancer. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-17
Veico in fishy land deal ... Deputy mayor gets 43 hectares
THE Windhoek municipality sold large tracts of land close to Rocky Crest to its deputy mayor Mwadhina Veico (photo) and businessman Titus Nakuumba, despite objections from its executives who were against the transactions. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-17
Pohamba faces stormy Central Committee
SWAPO president Hifikepunye Pohamba's plan to hand over the party to President Hage Geingob this weekend could be derailed if Pohamba's detractors get their way. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-17
From parliament ... Uutoni suggests counselling for couples
DOMESTIC violence remains a big concern, with the deputy minister of home affairs, Erastus Uutoni, suggesting that couples go for counselling. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-17
Rhino trust staff not involved in poaching
AN independent investigator found no evidence of suspicions of any of the Save the Rhino Trust Namibia (SRT) staff being involved in poaching, according to an official SRT statement released on Wednesday. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-17
Cartoonist Travers is no more
RENOWNED Namibian cartoonist and columnist Gene Travers has died. Read more...
 NATIONAL | 2015-04-17
Decades in prison for girlfriend killer
AFTER spending more than three-and-a-half years in jail, murder convict Richard Hange could have another three-decade stay in the same environment lying ahead. Read more...

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