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    A questionable property deal involving the DTA office in Rundu yesterday led to the suspension of party secretary general Vinsent Kanyetu and the coordinators...
  • I needed two more years – Gurirab
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    I needed two more years – Gurirab
    On a sunny Tuesday afternoon, Theo-Ben Gurirab emerged from the corridors of his gigantic house situated in the leafy suburb of Luxury Hill. He was taking a...
  • Cassinga deaths could have been more – Cuba
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    Cassinga deaths could have been more – Cuba
    The Cassinga attack in 1978 could have been a “total calamity” were it not for the arrival of Cuban forces to prevent more deaths of Namibians at the hands...
  • Labour Court dismisses PSes’ case
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    Labour Court dismisses PSes’ case
    Acting Judge Essie Schimming-Chase yesterday dismissed an urgent application by the former permanent secretaries of Gender Equality and Woman Affairs, and...
  • Wall collapses killing two bricklayers
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    Wall collapses killing two bricklayers
    Two bricklayers died yesterday morning when a section of the wall at Outapi shopping centre collapsed. Confirming the deaths, Sergeant Hesekiel Hamalwa of the...

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Ovaherero Traditional Authority clarifies Okahandja gathering

April 30th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
The upcoming Ovaherero Traditional Authority (OTA) gathering scheduled for this weekend at Okahandja is not Vekuii Rukoro’ s coronation as paramount chief. The clarification was made by the OTA secretary Jonathan Katjimune who...
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High demand

April 30th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
In this photo this marketeer who only gave her name as Maria could be seen selling cups of mahangu flour at Tandaveka open market in Rundu. Due to the high demand for mahangu Maria’s prices have gone up with some of her scoops...
Millions paid for occupational injuries
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Millions paid for occupational injuries

April 30th, 2015 | by New Era Staff Reporter
The Social Security Commission (SSC) has over the past two years paid out over N$28.7 million for workforce accident claims in the private sector. This is in comparison to the approximate N$1.3 million paid to the public sector...

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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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  • Jacobs plans  to take league in style
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    Jacobs plans to take league in style

    MTC Premiership table toppers African Stars’ coach Woody Jacobs is resolute that come heaven or high waters his club will win the league. “We only need three points to win the league and we still have to play three games, so we basically only need...Read more