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RA says reports about a 400-million road construction awarded to a company involving President Pohamba's daugther were devoid of all truth The Raods Authority, RA, says reports about a 400-million road construction awarded to a company involving President Hifikepunye Pohamba's daugther were devoid of all truth.    The contract is for the construction of a district road between Namalubi-Isize-Luhonono.    RA Chief Executive Officer, Conrad Lut...
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Senior Citizens from different old age homes and communities around Windhoek have a fun day Senior Citizens from different old age homes and communities around Windhoek had a fun day organized by the Ministry of Health and Social Services in commemoration of the International Day of Older Persons in Windhoek on Friday.   Friday's celebration was held under the Theme: "LEAVING NO ONE BEHIND: Promoting a Society for...
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MTC is investigates consumer complaints relating to airtime balance or mobile data discrepancies MTC is busy investigating consumer complaints relating to airtime balance or mobile data discrepancies.   The investigation comes weeks after MTC customers took to both social and print media raising concerns about being short changed on their airtime after they have recharged. ...
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Members of the white community in Namibia urged to work together for the country to grow its economy Prime Minister Hage Geingob has appealed to members of the white community in Namibia, especially farmers and business owners to work together for the country to grow its economy.   Dr Geingob says members of the white community have for too long been sitting on the fence as spectators and urged them to embrace the policy of nationa...
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The Government committed to improving the access and quality of education for the learners at all levels The Speaker of the National Assembly says the Government is committed to improving the access and quality of education for the learners at all levels.   Dr. Theo Ben-Gurirab says, this is why the Government has designed programmes and provided financial resources to deliver quality education.   He says as part of that c...
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A mother's child goes missing, another dies in a mysterious way and the other makes strange noises at night A child lost, another dies in a mysterious way and the other makes strange noises at night. This may be a perfect script for a blockbuster movie, but it is a true testimony of a mothers nightmare. And it all started with a visit to a church.   ...
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President Pohamba awarded the highest distinction of the most prestigious orders award by the President of Congo-Brazzaville     President Hifikepunye Pohamba has been awarded the highest distinction of the most prestigious orders award by the President of Congo-Brazzaville, Denis Sasso N'Guesso.   The award is in recognition of President Pohamba's efforts for restoring relations between the two countries.   Namibia ...
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Small scale miners in need of equipment to operate their businesses effeciently Small scale miners at Neu-Schwaben Farm in the Erongo Region say a lack of equipment to dig for semi-precious stones is hampering their business operations.   In an interview with Business Today, the miners said they are unable to afford the equipment needed, despite the income generating potential.   Reporter Renate Re...
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Loudima Institute for Technical and Vocational Training in Congo Brazzaville to be transformed into a university President Hifikepunye Pohamba wants the newly inaugurated Congo Brazzaville/Namibia joint project, Loudima Institute for Technical and Vocational Training at Kitaka in Congo Brazzaville to be transformed into a university.   He said the two countries need to face  the new challenges of socio-economic development of the 21st cen...
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The workers of the Ministries of Agriculture accommodated in a building at Keetmanshoop without water The workers of the Ministries of Agriculture, Lands, Immigration and Gender accommodated in a building at Keetmanshoop owned by the Ministry of Works have been without water since last week Friday.   The situation is now causing frustration among the employees who are calling on the Works Ministry at the town to restore the water to...
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Namibians called to unite and speak with one voice over the reparation issue for the 1904-1908 Genocide //Karas Governor, Bernadus Swartbooi has called on Namibians unite and speak with one voice over the reparation issue for the 1904-1908 Genocide.   Swartbooi says instead of competing about which ethnic group contributed more to the liberation struggle, the country's ethnic groups should be collectively vocal in demanding for re...
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Some opposition political parties continue to express reservations about the use of the EVMs Some opposition political parties continue express reservations about the use of the Electronic Voting Machines-EVMs in the upcoming Presidential and National Assembly elections in their current form.   The scepticism stems from the fact that the EVMs do not use Paper Trails and this according to them, will compromise the credibilit...
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