Namibia Newswire

Namibia Newswire

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  1. Nekundi #39;s appointment as acting secretary wrong: KafitaRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Namibian

    SOME parents and guardians do not support their children at all! They want their children to pass Grade 10 and 12 national examinations and yet they do not impose strict study hours at home, minimise the time children spend in front of the television and THIS is the third day that I am queuing just to register for an erf. I have to take a taxi at 04h00 which is unsafe for me.

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  2. Unam win Premier League title for the first timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Namibian

    SOME parents and guardians do not support their children at all! They want their children to pass Grade 10 and 12 national examinations and yet they do not impose strict study hours at home, minimise the time children spend in front of the television and THIS is the third day that I am queuing just to register for an erf. I have to take a taxi at 04h00 which is unsafe for me.

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  3. Wolfsburg #39;s De Bruyne jets off to ManchesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Namibian

    SOME parents and guardians do not support their children at all! They want their children to pass Grade 10 and 12 national examinations and yet they do not impose strict study hours at home, minimise the time children spend in front of the television and THIS is the third day that I am queuing just to register for an erf. I have to take a taxi at 04h00 which is unsafe for me.

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  4. This Week in World War I:August 29-September 4,1915Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Huffington Post

    ... escaped into the neutral territory of Spanish Guinea. In their attempt to take German Southwest Africa, today's Namibia, the British committed the error of arming their former enemies, the Boers of South Africa. They paid the price when 12,000 Boers ...

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  5. Federer eyeing a win for the ages at U.S. OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Namibian

    SOME parents and guardians do not support their children at all! They want their children to pass Grade 10 and 12 national examinations and yet they do not impose strict study hours at home, minimise the time children spend in front of the television and THIS is the third day that I am queuing just to register for an erf. I have to take a taxi at 04h00 which is unsafe for me.

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  6. Mozambican journalist shot dead in drive-by attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 28 | The Namibian

    SOME parents and guardians do not support their children at all! They want their children to pass Grade 10 and 12 national examinations and yet they do not impose strict study hours at home, minimise the time children spend in front of the television and THIS is the third day that I am queuing just to register for an erf. I have to take a taxi at 04h00 which is unsafe for me.

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  7. Namibia faces food headacheRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    TWO damning government investigations have confirmed that Namibia is facing triple troubles - a severe drought, a reduced crop harvest nationwide and poor rainfall. This is conformed by a report compiled by the Namibia Early Warning and Food Information finalised at the end of June this year.

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  8. 160 jobs on the lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    Spokesperson for Tiffany & Co, Nathan Strauss confirmed this yesterday from the United States of America. Tiffany & Co is the mother company of the Laurelton Diamonds of Tiffany, which is in a joint venture with Namibian Reign Investments.

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  9. Hamutenya makes a U-turnRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    BACK HOME ... Swapo secretary general Nangolo Mbumba welcomed former Rally for Democracy and progress president Hidipo Hamutenya back to the ruling party. PRESIDENT Hage Geingob has been credited with extending an olive branch that paved the way for former Rally for Democracy and Progress president Hidipo Hamutenya to return to the Swapo Party.

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  10. School debaters in Windhoek face-offRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    THE first edition of a new public speaking and debating competition sponsored by The Namibian is taking place in Windhoek this weekend. Pupils from 21 high schools in Windhoek, Okahandja, Swakopmund, Ondangwa, Ongwediva, Oshakati and Oshikuku are due to take part in the competition at Windhoek High School today and tomorrow.

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  11. Zambia to honour fallen Nam freedom fightersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    ... set a solid foundation for a new dispensation of democratic governance and economic development. He further praised Namibia, saying the country has made remarkable strides towards achieving economic emancipation. "Namibia, despite being one of the ...

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  12. Namsov upbeat despite quota cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    ... million, while the Namsov Community Trust also offered bursaries to disadvantaged but deserving students around Namibia. The trust has for the past 23 years donated a total of N$61 million towards community development projects in Namibia. "At ...

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  13. Ongwediva trade fair through the lensRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    SOME parents and guardians do not support their children at all! They want their children to pass Grade 10 and 12 national examinations and yet they do not impose strict study hours at home, minimise the time children spend in front of the television and THIS is the third day that I am queuing just to register for an erf. I have to take a taxi at 04h00 which is unsafe for me.

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  14. Schlip community needs tarred roadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    ... is a net exporter of raw materials. "Climate change is threatening agricultural production in many countries, Namibia included. About 500 000 people in the country will need to be fed because of the current drought," she said. The deputy prime ...

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  15. Sport24.co.za | Burger leads Namibia at RWCRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | News24

    ... Stevens. The squad has an average of almost twenty Test matches per player and an average age of just over 26. Namibia's head coach Phil Davies says the squad has a good combination of good experienced players mixed with youthful exuberance. ...

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  16. Govt to search for heroes buried elsewhereRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    ... at the national shrine, the Heroes Acre. Hundreds of Namibian heroes and heroines were buried in unmarked graves in Namibia and neighbouring countries where they fought and died during the liberation struggle. In an interview with Nampa on Tuesday ...

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  17. Blind Ondangwa woman runs kindergartenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    ALL SMILES ... Meme Julian Samuel sings and dances with toddlers at Smi- ley pre-primary and daycare centre, which she runs at her home in Omwandi in Ondangwa despite being blind. With her is teacher Monica David, Evangelina Hamukwaya , Esther Shipanga Etuhole Nghidinwa and Mega- meno Alupe .

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  18. Komeya guilty of shotgun murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    THE partner of a Namibian Correctional Service officer who was killed with a shotgun in September 2011 was convicted of murder and four other charges in the Windhoek High Court on Tuesday. Murder accused Gerhard Komeya was found guilty as charged after Judge Naomi Shivute rejected his claim that the shotgun blast which ended the life of his domestic partner, Maria Kerttu Tunondjambi Sheehama , in their house in Hakahana in Windhoek on 10 September 2011 had gone off by accident.

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  19. Mass houses vacant at SwakopRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    ... (NHE) could not raise the N$2 billion needed to bankroll the programme meant to erect about 10 000 houses across Namibia from 2014 to 2016. Besides the suspension, Power-Oyeno is suing NHE for more than N$100 million. Power-Oyeno's contract was ...

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  20. a true hero - Oshana governorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | The Namibian

    ... South African apartheid regime. "Naming the paper The Namibian and proclaiming that it stood for the independence of Namibia, while the country was still called South West Africa must have irritated the regime to no end," he said, adding that even ...

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