• Maleka comes back to haunt Swapo
    National
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    Feb 2016
    Maleka comes back to haunt Swapo
    Windhoek Just a few years back he defended Swapo’s victory when opposition parties challenged the outcome of the 2009 elections, but this time around...
  • Supreme Court to introduce new rules
    National
    05
    Feb 2016
    Supreme Court to introduce new rules
    Windhoek New rules for the Supreme Court will be introduced shortly. This was announced by Chief Justice Peter Shivute when he made his annual state of the...
  • Geingob reaffirms commitment to effective justice
    National
    05
    Feb 2016
    Geingob reaffirms commitment to effective justice
    Windhoek State President Dr Hage Geingob has reassured the judicial fraternity and the country as a whole that government is still and has always...
  • Witvlei Meat dismisses Agribank claims
    National
    05
    Feb 2016
    Witvlei Meat dismisses Agribank claims
    Windhoek Witvlei Meat yesterday reacted strongly to Agribank’s claim that it is the legitimate owner of the Witvlei abattoir, accusing the bank of...
  • Land reform weighs communal land benefits
    National
    05
    Feb 2016
    Land reform weighs communal land benefits
    Windhoek The Ministry of Land Reform is pondering the possibility of increasing the benefits associated with the registration of communal land rights....

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I will carry Namibia forever in my heart
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I will carry Namibia forever in my heart

February 5th, 2016 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Indonesian Ambassador to Namibia Agustino Sumartono is counting the last days of his diplomatic posting to Namibia. New Era’s Fifi Rhodes caught up with the outgoing ambassador who has been in Namibia since 2012. Your...
Fewer men support family planning services
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Fewer men support family planning services

February 5th, 2016 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Windhoek Although men play a pivotal role in sexual reproductive health including the childbearing process, very few men actively support women in accessing family planning services. And even though women end up accessing these...
Rapist wants to appeal against sentence
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Rapist wants to appeal against sentence

February 5th, 2016 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Windhoek A man who was sentenced for taking part in a gang rape, wants to appeal against his sentence of seven years. Kahijambua Kamuingona, 23, was sentenced to seven years imprisonment on four counts of rape on March 29...

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  • Tania Hangula to chair DBN Board
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    February 5th, 2016

    Tania Hangula to chair DBN Board

    Windhoek The Development Bank of  Namibia (DBN) has appointed Tania Hangula as member and chairperson of its board of...Read more

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//Karas appraises its high failure rate
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//Karas appraises its high failure rate

February 5th, 2016 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Keetmanshoop From cracked eggs come no chicken and from no input comes no output – the dismal performance of //Karas in both...
December pay date a drawback for teachers – Nantu
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December pay date a drawback for teachers – Nantu

February 5th, 2016 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Windhoek The Namibia National Teachers’ Union (Nantu) is at an advanced stage of concluding negotiations with the Treasury...

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    National
    February 5th, 2016

    Fewer men support family planning services

    Windhoek Although men play a pivotal role in sexual reproductive health including the childbearing process, very few men actively support women in accessing family planning services. And even though women end up accessing these services, very few of them are empowered in the real sense...Read more