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Zimbabwe remains on tenterhooks

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-Tensions remain high in Zimbabwe.

Parliamentary watchdog on public accounts grills CoW over 2014/15 audit

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-The City of Windhoek's top officials were grilled by the Parliamentary watchdog on public accounts over their 2014/15 financial audit.

Doreen Sioka wants to see women included in decision making at all levels

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-The Minister of Gender Equality and Child Welfare wants to see women included in decision-making positions, at all levels.

Namibia and Russia sign security cooperation agreement

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-Namibia and the Russian Federation have signed a cooperation agreement on security.

A group of foreign journalists denied entry into Zimbabwe

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A group of foreign journalists, including a news crew from the NBC, were denied entry into Zimbabwe on Thursday.

Ambulance driver again arrested for poaching with a government emergency vehicle

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-An ambulance driver was again arrested for poaching with a Government emergency vehicle in the Zambezi Region.

AU Youth Club launched

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-The African Union Youth Club has been launched to assist the AU in its quest to involve the continent's youth in its programmes.

New book suggests Government provides affordable land

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-Government should rather provide affordable land, instead of houses, to address the crisis of low income residents in urban areas.

Namibian Chapter of Internet Society launched

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The Internet Society Namibia Chapter aimed at promoting the use of the internet to benefit all was launched in Windhoek.

Urban and Regional Planning Bill discussion continue

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-Discussions on the Urban and Regional Planning Bill continue in the National Assembly despite opposition MP's who boycotted debate on the issue.

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