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2017-11-22 Telecoms Giant Honours Businesswoman of the Year
[Namibia Economist] Reigning Namibian Businesswoman of the Year, Nangula Kauluma on Tuesday received a TN mobile SmartLite package for a period of 12 months, courtesy of Telecom Namibia.

2017-11-22 Troupe to Commemorate World Aids Day Through Dance
[Namibia Economist] The OYO Dance Troupe will present a dance showcase to commemorate World AIDS day and raise awareness, on 1 December at FNCC at 19:00 with tickets at N$50 in advance and N$70 at the door.

2017-11-22 Squabbles Rock Ruling Party Ahead of Congress
[New Era] Windhoek -The chairperson of the Swapo disciplinary committee, Pohamba Shifeta, yesterday said the committee may not involve itself in current internal squabbles, two of which are in court ahead of tomorrow's opening of the elective congress, unless formal complaints are laid and procedurally.

2017-11-22 Govt Compliant On North Korea, Says Minister Nandi-Ndaitwah
[Namibian] International relations minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah yesterday insisted that the country has nothing to hide about its relationship with North Korea.

2017-11-22 More Trouble Ahead of Ruling Party Congress
[Namibian] The much-anticipated sixth Swapo elective congress at which the party's new leadership will be elected kicks off in Windhoek tomorrow.

2017-11-22 Born Too Soon
[Namibian] SOME people say the delivery or baby ward is a happy place compared to the rest of the hospital, because there you often find happy parents and even happier grandparents.

2017-11-22 More Villages to Be Declared Open Defecation Free
[New Era] Ongwediva -In the quest to increase sanitation coverage and accessibility to proper toilets in the country, five more villages are awaiting to be verified and certified as Open Defecation Free (ODF).

2017-11-22 Germany Assisting in Industrialisation
[New Era] Monday this week was Africa Industrialisation Day. Within the framework of the Second Industrial Development Decade for Africa (1991-2000), the UN General Assembly, in 1989, proclaimed 20 November as Africa Industrialization Day (resolution 44/237). The Day is intended to mobilise the commitment of the international community to the industrialisation of Africa.

2017-11-22 Treating the Whole Patient and Not Only the Disease
[Namibia Economist] Two clinical psychology students at the University of Namibia this week returned from Rwanda where they attended an intensive cancer treatment academy focussing on the psychological foundation when treating patients with a potentially terminal illness.

2017-11-22 Students Accidentally Burn Down Hostel
[New Era] Ongwediva -About 11 boys at the Oshela Secondary School in Ohangwena Region lost their belongings in a fire after their room was gutted by fire on Monday afternoon. The blaze tore through the roofing and caused extensive damage to three other rooms in the same block.

2017-11-22 ECD Centre Opens in L├╝deritz
[New Era] L├╝deritz -Deputy Minister of Gender Equality and Child Welfare Lucia Witbooi last Friday officiated at the opening of an Early Childhood Development Centre (ECD) in L├╝deritz that was renovated by Anglo American Namibia Foundation (AANF) at a cost of N$750,000.

2017-11-22 Keetmanshoop Murderer Guilty As Charged
[New Era] Windhoek -Judge Christi Liebenberg of the Windhoek High Court last Thursday convicted a Keetmanshoop resident on a charge of murder - read with the provisions of the Combating of Domestic Violence Act - for killing his girlfriend by stabbing her at least eight times with a knife.

2017-11-22 More Trouble Ahead of Swapo Congress
[New Era] Windhoek -More trouble is brewing in Swapo circles just days before the watershed congress scheduled for this coming weekend, with four party members that did not make the list of delegates to represent Omaheke Region at the congress asking the court to declare null and void the decision of the structures that elected the current delegates.

2017-11-22 Government Commits to Crop Subsidies
[New Era] Ongwediva -The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry (MAWF) has assured farmers that it will continue to provide farmers with seeds and tractors at a subsidised rate.

2017-11-22 CIF and MANWU Agree On Wage Increases
[New Era] Windhoek -The Construction Industries Federation of Namibia (CIF) and the Metal and Allied Namibian Workers Union (MANWU) have signed a new collective agreement on wages.

2017-11-22 Helao Nafidi Undertook Projects Worth U.S.$19,4 Million
[New Era] Oshikango -Helao Nafidi Town Council has implemented projects at a total cost of about N$268.9 millions over the past seven years, including housing and roads infrastructure and other urban developmental projects that were carried and funded by the town council itself, the local governments and various state-owned enterprises.

2017-11-22 Geingob to Appoint Kunene Governor in Due Course
[New Era] Windhoek -A new governor for Kunene Region will be appointed when President Hage Geingob is ready, the press secretary in the presidency, Albertus Aochamub, said on Monday.

2017-11-22 Verdict Over Killing of Poacher in January
[Namibian] An Okahandja area farmer who was prosecuted on charges of murder and attempted murder after a shooting incident in which a poacher was killed early last year can expect to receive the verdict in his trial in the Windhoek Regional Court in January.

2017-11-22 Egyptian-Owned Firm Implicated in Fraud Case
[Namibian] Prosecutor general Martha Imalwa is perusing a docket involving a case where an Egyptian-owned company allegedly manipulated invoices to lower the VAT payable on goods worth N$23 million.

2017-11-22 Locals Complain About Poor Service From Police
[Namibian] Residents of the Epukiro and Aminuis constituencies in the Omaheke region are complaining about poor service from the police.

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