• Muvangua plays down tension with Botswana
    National
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    Jul 2015
    Muvangua plays down tension with Botswana
    Windhoek Namibia is not on the verge of a diplomatic fallout with Botswana over perpetual arrests, and sometimes shooting, of Namibians by that country’s...
  • Former Air Namibia boss breaks silence
    National
    03
    Jul 2015
    Former Air Namibia boss breaks silence
    Windhoek Former managing director of Air Namibia, Theo Namases, has broken her silence on her year-long suspension, two days after reaching a settlement...
  • 22 detained for suspected poaching
    National
    03
    Jul 2015
    22 detained for suspected poaching
    Ongwediva Twenty-two people have been detained while several others could also be arrested in connection with the upsurge in rhino and elephant poaching....
  • Namibia mourns slain Egyptian prosecutor
    National
    03
    Jul 2015
    Namibia mourns slain Egyptian prosecutor
    Windhoek The Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt opened a book of condolence in memory of the late Hisham Barakat, the general prosecutor of Egypt killed in...
  • FMD ban lifted in Zambezi
    National
    03
    Jul 2015
    FMD ban lifted in Zambezi
    Windhoek Following an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), the Directorate of Veterinary Services (DVS) has lifted the ban on movement of animals in the...

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Musical icon dies

July 3rd, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
The Namibian music industry mourns the sad passing of one of the country’s most accomplished bassist in history, John Blare Camm, of the now-defunct Baronages fame  in the 70’s. He was pronounced dead upon arrival at...
Bureaucracy could hamper poverty alleviation
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Bureaucracy could hamper poverty alleviation

July 3rd, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Windhoek Bureaucrats under President Hage Geingob’s administration may hinder rather than eliminate his stated policy goal to eliminate poverty, said panelists who looked at his first 100 days in office. Gwen Lister, the former...
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RDP to elect HH’s successor tomorrow

July 3rd, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Windhoek Over 500 Rally for Democracy and Progress (RDP) members will convene in Windhoek tomorrow to elect a new leader to replace Hidipo Hamutenya. Secretary general of the RDP, Mike Kavekotora says tomorrow’s extraordinary...

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    Business & Finance
    July 3rd, 2015

    Delicious …

    Moses Garoëb Project School Principal, Mrs Petrus (left); Frans Kambongi, (middle) a Grade 3 learner who thanked Namibia Dairies...Read more

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Nehale SSS learners appreciate awards

July 1st, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Windhoek Toinny Shityeni, a Grade 11 learner of the Nehale Senior Secondary School in the in the Onayena constituency in the...
Literacy trust empowers tailoring project
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Literacy trust empowers tailoring project

July 1st, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Kosis Namibia Literacy Trust (NLT) recently handed over sewing machines to a group of about 30 women at Kosis settlement for...

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  • The meaning, purpose and role of SOEs in Namibia (Part 3)
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    July 3rd, 2015

    The meaning, purpose and role of SOEs in Namibia (Part 3)

    In his first State of the Nation Address on 21 April 2015, President Geingob said the following about the direction of hitherto State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in the country’s national economy: “Whilst efforts to transform the production structure of the economy and making the economy...Read more