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Heads of cattle die of an unknown cause at Singuruve village in the Ncuncuni Constituency of the Kavango West Region Several heads of cattle have died of an unknown cause at Singuruve village in the Ncuncuni Constituency of the Kavango West Region between Thursday evening and Friday morning.    Communal farmers woke up to this news when some of the carcasses were found lying in the flood plain while others were found in the bushes.  ...
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The Omaruru Municipality hosts the 4th edition of its annual Oasis Festival The Omaruru Municipality is hosting the 4th edition of its annual Oasis Festival.   The festival started on Tuesday and ends on saturday.   It is intended to grow the town's economy and to popularise local and international products to broader consumers.    The festival was officially opened on Wed...
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Joseph Kauandenge's People's Democratic Movement Party Namibia join forces with NUDO of Namibia Joseph Kauandenge's People's Democratic Movement Party (PDM) Namibia has agreed to join forces with NUDO of Namibia in the upcoming Presidential and National Assembly elections.   NUDO President Asser U. Mbai  announced the collaboration in the capital on Thursday. NUDO thanked the sister party for the good gesture as t...
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LRDC in partnership with the Lands Ministry conclude nationwide consultations The Law Reform and Development Commission (LRDC) in partnership with the Ministry of Lands and Ressetlement concluded nationwide consultations to solicit views on the establishment of the Namibia Boundaries Delimitation and Demarcation Commission (NBDDC).   Article 104 of the Third Constitutional Amendment Act provides for the forma...
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Taxis that continue operating in Kuisebmond's Korris Street to be fined The Walvis Bay Municipality's traffic department will fine taxis that continue operating in Kuisebmond's Korris Street.   This follows after the inauguration of a five million dollar taxi rank at Kuisebmond on Thursday.   The new taxi rank is expected bring control the chaos experienced in Korris Street by taxi ...
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The contractor building houses under the Mass Housing Programme Green Cycle Investments promises to deliver 120 houses to the NHE The contractor building houses under the Mass Housing Programme Green Cycle Investments promises to deliver 120 houses to the National Housing Enterprise, NHE, by the end of 2014.   Its Managing Member Henny Seibeb is happy with progress made during phase one of the project so far.   Seibeb visited the site of the Mass ...
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Voting outside the country applicable only to those registered as voters at those foreign missions-ECN   The Electoral Commission, ECN says voting outside the country will only be applicable to those who were registered as voters at those foreign missions.    ECN Director for Operations Theo Mujoro says people who will be travelling outside the country from now until the 28th November, should be aware that no arrangemen...
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The late chief of the !Xoo Traditional Authority described as having been a committed, persistent and hardworking leader Deputy Prime Minister Marco Hausiku has described the late chief of the !Xoo Traditional Authority as having been a committed, persistent and hardworking leader.   Hausiku said the late Chief Sophia Jacobs always strived for the upliftment of the livelihood of her community.   The Deputy Premier visited the bereaved fam...
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Munghunya faces eviction from her house which she bought after the seller decided to resell it to another buyer Amidst the escalation in house prices, those who own one continue to lose such dwellings through dubious means.   Rebecca Munghunya is just but one Windhoek residents at the verge of losing her house which she bought from the same owner, who has decided to resell it to another buyer, after she had paid it off.   Munghun...
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Voting for the sea-going personnel in the Presidential and National Assembly elections to take place on the 14-th of November Fisheries and Marine Resources Minister reminded fishing companies in the country that voting for the sea-going personnel in the Presidential and National Assembly elections will take place on the 14-th of November.   Bernhard Esau therefore called on the captains of the fishing Industry to make sure that all their vessels are on-sh...
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NANLO concerned with violation of workers' rights by numerous employers The Namibia National Labour Organisation -NANLO-- has expressed concern with what it termed is a violation of workers' rights by numerous employers in both the private and public sectors.    NANLO says it continues to witness unabated abuse of workers by employers in several industries, including in government.  &n...
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The Namibia's Ombudsman John Walters is elected as the new President of the IOI The Namibia's Ombudsman, John Walters has been elected as the new President of the International Ombudsman Institute (IOI).   Walters is the first African Ombudsman to head the institution since its inception in 1978.   He will preside over the International Ombudsman Institute for the next two years.   ...
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