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The Pandora Pre-Primary School in Windhoek holds its first annual dancing and beauty pageant competition Early Childhood Development is not only about books as there are several other activities that can be looked into, to develop a child sequence, like dancing and participating in beauty pageants.   The Pandora Pre-Primary School in Windhoek held its first annual dancing and beauty pageant competition at Dawid  Bezuidenhoudt High...
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African wild dog increasingly threatened by human-wildlife conflict Even though the Namibian wildlife and environment conservation model has been hailed as a success story worldwide, awareness on endangered predators is still lacking among communities.   One of the endangered predators the country is home to, is the free-ranging population of the African wild dog which is estimated at a critically l...
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The Kalkrand Primary School hostel in the Hardap region becomes uninhabitable for learners The Kalkrand Primary School hostel in the Hardap Region has become uninhabitable for learners, as the building is in complete disrepair from lack of maintenance.   Windowpanes in most of the rooms are broken while ceilings are falling apart.   The learners are also complaining of discomfort on the beds as the mattresses...
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The Kalkrand village resident pleading with government to establish a high school The Kalkrand village residents in the Hardap Region are pleading with Government to establish a high school at the village.   They say the Hardap Education directorate told them that plans were underway, to join the AA Denk and Kalkrand primary schools to start a high school but they are still waiting.   ...
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A twenty-year-old Polytechnic student and her two friends donate food and clothing to Justina Hanghome A twenty-year-old Polytechnic student and her two friends donated food and clothing to Justina Hanghome, a mother of eight children residing at Ondjandjo ya Helondo village in the Okaku constituency of Oshana region   Hanghome and her children are living in abject poverty and sometimes go for days without proper food. ...
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Donkey meat festival grown in leaps and bounds since its inception Innovation, culture and creativity are the key words at 2015's //Îb Ge Donkey Meat Festival which took place in the capital.   Organisers say the event has grown in leaps and bounds since its inception in 2013.   ...
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Nampol reports 19 separate incidents across the country over the weekend The weekend was filled with serious crime occurrences across the country, with Nampol having reported 19 separate incidents across the country.   ...
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The City of Windhoek resolves NOT to renew the lease agreements for its commonage farms The City of Windhoek has resolved NOT to renew the lease agreements for its commonage farms on the periphery of Windhoek.   The decision not to renew the licences was taken to allow for further township development.   City Mayor, Muesee Kazapua says the council had thus requested the office of the acting chief executive...
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Finance Deputy Minister called on staff members to serve the Namibian nation with diligence and determination Finance Deputy Minister has called on staff members of his ministry to serve the Namibian nation with diligence and determination, as the nation strives to achieve vision 2030.   Natangwe Ithete has stressed that the nation has high expectations in terms of quality service delivery, after they gave President Hage Geingob 87 percent ...
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Christian churches urged to play a role in breaking the chains of poverty Christian churches too should play a role in breaking the chains of poverty and invest in wellbeing of the nation, by trusting and applying God's guidance in fighting poverty in the country.   Various speakers at the Association of Charismatic and Pentecostal Churches of Namibia-ACPCN gala dinner, held on Friday night echoed sim...
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The majority of communal farmers still cannot access loan products-Finance Minister Despite progress that has been made in improving access to finance by farmers, the majority of communal farmers still cannot access this loan products. This statement was made recently by the Finance Minister.  ...
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The Windhoek City Police records low incidences of illegal activities The Windhoek City Police has recorded low incidences of illegal activities, as a result of Friday nights patrol in the cold weather.    The City Police held its monthly patrol of the town to ensure that the safety of residences especially during the end of the month, where most crimes are committed is secured.    ...
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