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An analysis of President Geingob`s first 100 days in office
The Namibian
Mon 29 Jun 2015
 *WHAT is wrong if people kill dogs to eat? People kill cattle, goats, sheep, and donkeys for meat. If it is our culture to eat dogs, so be it.
 *I WANT to see the requirements for voting next time. I am tired of voting for educated people. An E symbol in English and 20 to 25 points in Grade 12 seem to be constant requirements for everything these days.
 *SACKEY Shanghala, do something to improve the working conditions of public prosecutors. The high staff turnover speaks volumes.
 *AS a Namibian I am expecting a response from the Chinese Embassy regarding the dog that was slaughtered. This is a pure act of animal cruelty.
How would you rate President Hage Geingob's first 3 months in office?

1. A total flop

2. Highly successful

3. It's too early to rate

4. Encouraging but with many challenges to face.

Results so far:
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Air Namibia, Namases part ways
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Theo Namases

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Geingob on declarations, mining deal and SME Bank
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Boy mauled to death by two dogs
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 NATIONAL | 2015-06-29
Geingob's unexplained cash
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 NATIONAL | 2015-06-29
Another woman murdered
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 NATIONAL | 2015-06-29
Botswana army attack Namibian fishing camps

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 NATIONAL | 2015-06-29
Swakop council to address cultural unity
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 NATIONAL | 2015-06-29
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 NATIONAL | 2015-06-29
Outjo residents demand electricity
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 AFRICA | 2015-06-29
Zimbabwe teens' demand for illegal abortions soar
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 AFRICA | 2015-06-29
Burundi rejects UN call for election delay
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