• UK investors consider Nam a springboard to Africa
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    Feb 2016
    UK investors consider Nam a springboard to Africa
    Windhoek A group of potential investors from Invest Africa paid a courtesy call on President Hage Geingob yesterday and expressed interest in an array of...
  • Unam VC’s term ends in June
    National
    12
    Feb 2016
    Unam VC’s term ends in June
    Windhoek The Council of the University of Namibia (Unam) will soon be looking for a possible candidate to replace its vice-chancellor, Professor Lazarus...
  • Former exiles exacerbate land disputes
    National
    12
    Feb 2016
    Former exiles exacerbate land disputes
    Outapi Shivute Joel Amunyela, a traditional leader under the auspices of the Ongandjera Traditional Authority and headman of Onanyalala, says the “We fought...
  • UDF’s Murorua is back in parliament
    National
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    Feb 2016
    UDF’s Murorua is back in parliament
    Windhoek United Democratic Front (UDF) vice-president Dudu Murorua on Wednesday made his comeback to parliament after a 12-year absence. Murorua, a former...
  • Ongwediva residents caught red-handed
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    12
    Feb 2016
    Ongwediva residents caught red-handed
    Ongwediva Officials at the Ongwediva Town Council have caught red-handed two men suspected to be part of the group vandalising the sewerage dam and its fence....

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Happiness is a choice
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Happiness is a choice

February 12th, 2016 | by New Era Staff Reporter
It is often said, and rightly so, that happiness is the most indefinable and evasive thing of all, indeed something many fail to comprehend. When one thinks of happiness, the first thing that comes to mind is having money, money...
Family of murdered Unam student unhappy over bail
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Family of murdered Unam student unhappy over bail

February 12th, 2016 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Katima Mulilo Two suspects accused of the alleged murder of Mack Matengu (aged 21 at the time of his death) were each granted bail of N$5 000 in the Katima Mulilo Magistrate’s Court yesterday. Matengu was a third-year student...
Farmer faces terrorism charge over weapons cache
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Farmer faces terrorism charge over weapons cache

February 12th, 2016 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Windhoek A charge of terrorism was added to the case of the man accused to have illegally kept unlicensed machine-guns, hand grenades and 10 000 rounds of ammunition on his farm near Osire refugee camp, when he made his second...

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  • Pele Blaschke dies
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    February 12th, 2016

    Pele Blaschke dies

    No more… The Namibian football fraternity mourns the sad news of the sudden passing of one of the country’s most...Read more

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Science university mooted for Tsumeb
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Science university mooted for Tsumeb

February 12th, 2016 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Tsumeb Tsumeb Mayor Veueza Kasiringua is in negotiations with various stakeholders to set up a university at the town, which will...
Unam SRC claims students victimised by lecturers
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Unam SRC claims students victimised by lecturers

February 12th, 2016 | by New Era Staff Reporter
Rundu The president of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) at the Rundu campus of the University of Namibia (Unam),...

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  • Family of murdered Unam student unhappy over bail
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    February 12th, 2016

    Family of murdered Unam student unhappy over bail

    Katima Mulilo Two suspects accused of the alleged murder of Mack Matengu (aged 21 at the time of his death) were each granted bail of N$5 000 in the Katima Mulilo Magistrate’s Court yesterday. Matengu was a third-year student at the University of Namibia (Unam)...Read more