Namibia Newswire (Page 3)

Namibia Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Namibia. (Page 3)

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  1. Librarians confab ends -Second Lady Leaves for homeRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 25 | GhanaWeb

    The international conference of librarians held in Windhoek, Namibia has ended. The conference, July 20-22, was attended by experts drawn from all over Africa including Ghana.

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  2. Govt promises massive land project... Bows to public outcry for housingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | The Namibian

    *WE have interesting leaders in Namibia. They are quick to say they won't tolerate illegal land grabbing, yet they tolerate corruption in town councils.

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  3. Namibia: Sanlam to Launch 'My Culture' Initiative in OmusatiRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | AllAfrica.com

    Sanlam is scheduled to introduce its new 'My Culture, My Life' initiative in Omusati Region next week - in the financial company's bid to contribute to contain alarming cases of teenage pregnancy, rape, gender-based violence, alcohol and drug abuse. This noble and ambitious initiative will kick off with a roadshow at six different secondary schools in Omusati, with the aim to make it an annual event covering all of Namibia's diverse cultures.

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  4. Weather caused acid train derailmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Namibian

    DAMAGED ... The two locomotives damaged during the accident were put on a side-rail near Dune 7. The damages were described by TransNamib as ranging from "minor cosmetic to serious damages" . THE derailment of two TransNamib locomotives and a tanker carrying about 25 000 litres of sulphuric acid behind the dunes near Walvis Bay last week was caused by the presence of "sand on the tracks due to the strong east wind".

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  5. Glowing tributes paid to O'LinnRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Namibian

    ... nine years, and then in the Supreme Court for seven years - O'Linn contributed generously to the jurisprudence of Namibia, in the form of many landmark judgments that he wrote or was involved in, Chief Justice Shivute added. He further recalled that ...

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  6. Walvis Bay 20ha land goes for N$10 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Namibian

    *WE have interesting leaders in Namibia. They are quick to say they won't tolerate illegal land grabbing, yet they tolerate corruption in town councils.

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  7. Untroubled ... expelled Swapo youth leaders sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Namibian

    *WE have interesting leaders in Namibia. They are quick to say they won't tolerate illegal land grabbing, yet they tolerate corruption in town councils.

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  8. Land issue on Geingob's lapRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Namibian

    *WE have interesting leaders in Namibia. They are quick to say they won't tolerate illegal land grabbing, yet they tolerate corruption in town councils.

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  9. Ngurare #39;broke bail conditions #39;, says GeingobRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Namibian

    PRESIDENT Hage Geingob today broke his silence over the possible expulsion of Swapo Party Youth League secretary Elijah Ngurare, saying the youth leader had in effect contravened 'bail conditions' set in 2013. Geingob made the remarks at the opening of the Swapo Party central committee meeting in Windhoek.

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  10. Namibia: Rossing Workers Protest Against Cameras in Haul TrucksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | AllAfrica.com

    Rio Tinto's Rssing Uranium mine workers at Arandis downed tools on Tuesday because of concerns over the company's use of cameras in the haul trucks, and the suspension of a haul truck operator for refusing to work because of the camera. According to workers, one of the operators discovered a camera inside the cabin facing him.

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  11. Namibia: Labour Ruling Setback for Skorpion Zinc MineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | AllAfrica.com

    The company owning the Skorpion zinc mine near Rosh Pinah cannot require its employees to work daily 12-hour shifts in contravention of the Labour Act, a judge ruled in the Labour Court in Windhoek yesterday. The ruling by Acting Judge Petrus Unengu was given in an urgent application in which Namzinc Ltd, which operates the Skorpion zinc mine, was asking the Labour Court to order the Mineworkers Union of Namibia and close to 500 Namzinc employees not to engage in or continue with any unlawful industrial action or strike by refusing to work continuous 12-hour shifts at the mine and its zinc production plant.

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  12. Non-Namibian votes in SwakopRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Namibian

    A 41-YEAR-OLD South African, who is a permanent resident of Namibia, voted in the general elections last year as well as in the Swakopmund constituency by-elections in May. The Namibian brought this to the attention of the Electoral Commission of Namibia last week, questioning how a non-Namibian managed to register as a voter and participate in the elections. Both ECN director Paul Isaak and legal adviser Heidi Jacobs were not aware of the incident, nor, according to their knowledge, is there a record of non-Namibians voting or being found voting in local elections.

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  13. Ngurare faces toughest challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Namibian

    THE troubled Swapo Party Youth League secretary Elijah Ngurare is perhaps facing his sternest battle in the ruling party, despite having survived about nine attempts in the past five years to end his political career. The ruling party's Central Committee is scheduled to meet today to decide whether to endorse the Politburo's decision to expel the youth league leader or not.

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  14. Caprivi treason retrial heads for appealRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Namibian

    ... prosecution because, according to them, they were unlawfully brought into the jurisdiction of the High Court of Namibia by agents or officials of the state. However, Acting Judge Unengu found that the evidence before him showed the eight men were ...

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  15. Rossing workers protest against cameras in haul trucksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Namibian

    RIO Tinto's Rossing Uranium mine workers at Arandis downed tools on Tuesday because of concerns over the company's use of cameras in the haul trucks, and the suspension of a haul truck operator for refusing to work because of the camera. According to workers, one of the operators discovered a camera inside the cabin facing him.

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  16. !Naruseb tells NAC to pull up socksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Namibian

    NEW BROOM ... Transport minister Alpheus !Naruseb and his deputy James Sankwasa posing with the new Air Namibia board. MINISTER of works and transport Alpheus !Naruseb yesterday said the Namibia Airports Company should improve its facilities and services at the airports.

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  17. Labour ruling setback for Skorpion zinc mineRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Namibian

    ... (Pty) Ltd, which operates the Skorpion zinc mine, was asking the Labour Court to order the Mineworkers Union of Namibia (MUN) and close to 500 Namzinc employees not to engage in or continue with any unlawful industrial action or strike by refusing ...

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  18. 'No special treatment for Job's people'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | The Namibian

    ... a solution from him. "It means they have so much faith in us," he said. Geingob also met the Council of Churches in Namibia yesterday. Secretary general for CCN reverend Maria Kapere said they were called to be informed on mechanisms put in place to ...

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  19. LWF acts on communion and climate justiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | ELCA.org

    ... plans to enable member churches like the ELCA to study the resource in preparation for the LWF Assembly in Windhoek, Namibia, in 2017, which is the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. In other action, the council demonstrated its commitment to ...

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  20. Namibia: Businessman Provides Warmth for PensionersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | AllAfrica.com

    The elderly at Nomtsoub old age home could not contain their joy after businessman Erasi Haleinge through his company ENH Civil Engineering donated 28 blankets worth N$10 000 to the home. The home houses 27 elderly people.

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