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No registration fee in 2017 or we lock down institutions of higher learning-NANSO

by editor / Oct 07, 2016 / 0 comments
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The Namibia National Students'Organisation (Nanso) has warned of a complete lock-down of public higher education institutions, if students are required to pay registration fees for the 2017 academic year. The student organisation also warns of erecting shacks on campus if the shortage of accommodation facilities is not addressed.

TUCNA denounces the decision to hire volunteers during teachers' strike

by editor / Oct 07, 2016 / 0 comments

The Trade Union Congress of Namibia (TUCNA) has denounced government's decision to hire volunteers during the planned teachers' strike.

Mining stakeholders in Zimbabwe call for precious metals promotion

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Mining stakeholders in Zimbabwe are calling for the promotion of precious metals to unlock investment in the sector.

Otamanzi Constituency inhabitants deepening the old earth dam to harvest water

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People in the Otamanzi Constituency in the Omusati Region have deepened the old earth dam in the area to harvest water.

The struggles of children in settlements without municipal services

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For many children living in settlements which have no municipal services life is a constant struggle.

Chobe Water Villas at Kasika village officially open

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The Deputy Minister of Environment and Toursim says the tourism sector has a massive impact on Namibia's economy and rural development, with an equally important role in poverty eradication. Tommy Nambahu made the remark at the official opening of the Chobe Water Villas at Kasika village in the Zambezi Region.

Zimbabwean president strives to ease economic hardships

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Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has urged lawmakers in Zimbabwe to speed up passing of legislation that will ease economic hardships.

Walvis Bay Salt Holdings managers accused of racism

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The Walvis Bay Salt Holdings is entangled in racial discrimination claims.

Namibia and Germany celebrate existing bilateral relations

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Namibia and Germany this week celebrated existing bilateral relations, and have committed to further improve these as the two countries marked German Unity Day.

The 26 years of bilateral relations between Namibia and Germany promising-Christian Schlage

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German Ambassador to Namibia Christian Schlage noted that the 26 years since Germany's reunification and Namibia's independence in March 1990 are marked by ever-growing intensity of their bilateral relations, while the prospects for further improvement are promising.

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