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 *IF they give work for the struggle kids, what about us who were in children’s homes? We also want work in order to make a living for ourselves.
 *DO consultations on constitutional amendments carried out by Prime Minister Hage Geingob amount to a referendum? How will they be measured?
 *PRESIDENT Hifikepunye Pohamba, don’t start crying if Namibians become targets of Ebola because people are begging you to stop people from affected countries to enter Namibia, but to no avail.
 EBOLA virus is spreading. Any president who allows people from affected countries to enter his country is inhumane.
 *THE Swapo Party district leadership for Katutura Central must act against their councillor Ambrosius Kandjii to ensure discipline within the party.–A concerned Swapo member
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