• Chamber of Mines to finalise beneficiation strategy this year
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    Mar 2015
    Chamber of Mines to finalise beneficiation strategy this year
    WINDHOEK – The Chamber of Mines of Namibia yesterday confirmed its hopes to finalise a Mineral Beneficiation Strategy by the end of this year. The...
  • Engineer gets 12 years for rape
    National
    06
    Mar 2015
    Engineer gets 12 years for rape
    WINDHOEK – “The circumstances justify a sentence in excess of the mandatory sentence of 10 years’ imprisonment,” Judge Christi Liebenberg said...
  • Struggle Kids not welcome
    National
    06
    Mar 2015
    Struggle Kids not welcome
    The Swapo ‘Struggle Kids’ as they are known were turned away yesterday from the Katutura Health Centre, where young women and mothers went for routine...
  • Woman killed  in frenzied  knife attack
    National
    06
    Mar 2015
    Woman killed in frenzied knife attack
    OLUTEYI – Annalise Tuunane Ndakongele, 34, succumbed to over 20 stab wounds allegedly inflicted by her lover on Wednesday night at Oluteyi in Okahao...
  • Namibia is my second home – Qing Ping Chen
    National
    06
    Mar 2015
    Namibia is my second home – Qing Ping Chen
    WINDHOEK- “I’m sorry, English not good. My daughter is English very nice (I’m sorry, I don’t speak English very well. My daughter speaks English very...

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Unam becomes a global institution

March 6th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
KATIMA MULILO – The University of Namibia (Unam) has become the institution of choice not only for Namibians but also for students from other countries. Currently, Unam has students from 43 countries. This sentiment was...
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Rationality of repaying NSFAF loans explained

March 6th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
WINDHOEK – The Namibia Student Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) spokesperson, Wise Immanuel, maintains repaying back student loans is crucial to ensure future sustainability of the fund. The call follows student representative...
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Inland aquaculture centre inaugurated

March 6th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
KATIMA MULILO – The Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Bernard Esau, accompanied by the Spanish Ambassador to Namibia, Carmen Diez, on Thursday inaugurated the inland aquaculture centre in Katima Mulilo. The...

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Disadvantaged schools  get 50,000 pens, cash
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Disadvantaged schools get 50,000 pens, cash

March 4th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
WINDHOEK- The Ministry of Education  has received  50 000 pens and close to N$11 000 in cash donations destined for...
Learners at Mix settlement to receive tablets worth $81 000
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Learners at Mix settlement to receive tablets worth $81 000

February 26th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
WINDHOEK- School Children at the mix settlement will soon have an eLearning server hotspot installed together with tablets valued...

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  • Retrenchees call for minimum wage for all job codes
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    March 6th, 2015

    Retrenchees call for minimum wage for all job codes

    WALVIS BAY – Some retrenched workers at the coast claim that government is allowing foreign companies to exploit them. According to the workers, the fact that government has not come up with or introduced a minimum wage for all work codes in the country gives...Read more