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National Anti-Corruption Steering Committee holds induction workshop

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The National Anti-Corruption Steering Committee held an induction workshop in Windhoek today. The workshop follows the launch of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy and Action plan at State House last year.

National Council resumes

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The National Council is to engage civil society, traditional authorities, religious leaders and the private sector to enhance public participation in the law-making process.

Who's Who of Namibia releases list of 20 prominent personalities

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A local magazine "Who's Who of Namibia" has released a list of 20 prominent personalities who have made exceptional contributions towards development and economic growth.

The NBC reminds TV owners to pay licence fees

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TV set owners have been reminded of their obligations to pay TV licence fees.

African employers' organisations meet in Walvis Bay

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About 40 senior representatives of employers organisations from East, Central and Southern Africa are at attending a two day conference at Walvis Bay.

Africans in China face challenges as cultural differences lead to clashes

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A southern Chinese city is home to tens of thousands of African entrepreneurs.

Kavango East Governor calls on UNAM students to work hard

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The Governor of the Kavango East, Samuel Mbambo has called on UNAM students at the Rundu campus to rededicate themselves to hard work .

Ombetja Yehinga Organisation's membership reaches over a million people

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Ombetja Yehinga Organisation's membership has reached over a million people since its establishment in 2001.

MUN threatens legal action against Skorpion Zinc Mine

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The Mineworkers Union of Namibia is threatening to institute legal action against the Skorpion Zinc Mine should the company fail to withdraw letters of termination of employment to about 278 employees.

Army worms wreaking havoc across Africa

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Africa's food security is under threat from a crop-ravaging caterpillar, called the army worm.

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