• High rentals drain MPs’ pockets… they now want a parliament village
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    High rentals drain MPs’ pockets… they now want a parliament village
    by Mathias Haufiku windhoek Lawmakers have demanded and gotten many privileges over the years, but this time around the country’s political elite want...
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    Epupa the most education deprived
    Out of 107 constituencies, Epupa in Kunene Region is the most education deprived, a report by the National Planning Commission (NPC) revealed last week. The...
  • Condolences pour in for Kamburona
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    Condolences pour in for Kamburona
    Condolence messages streamed in yesterday for veteran politician Rudolph Hijonganda Kamburona, who died in the early hours of Friday in the Windhoek Central...
  • It never rains but pours
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    It never rains but pours
    The two trial awaiting Americans, Marcus Kevin Thomas and Kevan Donnell Townsend, accused of murdering a young Namibian in Windhoek in January 2011 were the...
  • Delays beset infringement law – Tweya
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    Delays beset infringement law – Tweya
    The Minister of Information and Communication Technology (MICT), Tjekero Tweya, is not happy with delays in the finalization of amendments to the Copyright...

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Onaanda clinic to be upgraded
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Onaanda clinic to be upgraded

April 27th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
The dilapidated Onaanda clinic in Omusati Region is slated to become a health centre in the near future. During the 2015 financial year the clinic will receive two additional staff to push the figure to three so that staff can...
Transport shortage has residents in a huff
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Transport shortage has residents in a huff

April 27th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Residents of the low-income informal settlements of Ombili, Havana and Greenwell Matongo are lamenting the scarcity of public transport. Residents of these high-density informal settlements on the fringes of the capital often...
417 944 receive drought food
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417 944 receive drought food

April 27th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
The Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, Nangula Mbako, last Friday announced that the government is busy distributing food to drought-hit households. She said the distribution of drought relief food is taking...

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Health extension workers graduate at Keetmans
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Health extension workers graduate at Keetmans

April 20th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
KEETMANSHOOP – Ninety-seven health extension workers graduated at Keetmanshoop on Friday after six-months’ training. “Its...
Teamwork important for education
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Teamwork important for education

April 20th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
KARASBURG – Different stakeholders met at Karasburg for the two-day //Kharas Education Conference to discuss education...

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    April 27th, 2015

    Onaanda clinic to be upgraded

    The dilapidated Onaanda clinic in Omusati Region is slated to become a health centre in the near future. During the 2015 financial year the clinic will receive two additional staff to push the figure to three so that staff can adequately attend to about ten...Read more