Publication: Namibian

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Hosea Kutako shutdown

CHAOTIC ... People are stranded at The Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek yesterday after flights in and out of the country were cancelled. According to those left at the terminals, they were sitting idle for over six hours, while waiting ... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
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Chief Kambazembi is no more

THE Kambazembi Royal Traditional Authority (KRTA) of Otjozondjupa yesterday announced that the Supreme Chief Uaakutjo Kambazembi (45) died on Wednesday in Ongwediva Medi-Clinic.The spokesperson of the Kambazembi Royal Traditional Authority (KRTA), Ueriuka ... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
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Air Algerie crashes in Mali

AN AIR Algerie flight carrying 110 passengers and six crew members reportedly crashed in Mali after disappearing from radar yesterday morning between Burkina Faso and Algeria.A French Ministry of Defence official said two French fighter jets located the ... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
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UPM says ‘no’ to new councils salary structure

THE United People’s Movement (UPM) has condemned the recently approved local authorities’ salary structure that comes with massive increases in the salaries of some municipal workers.In a press release this week, UPM branded government’s move to implement ... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
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African countries ‘leaving billions’ on the table in open skies aviation cash

Member states could see their annual Gross Domestic Product grow by the millions, annually, and thousands of jobs created with the adaptation of an open skies policy, a liberal market between signatory states allowing airlines unlimited rights to fly ... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
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Nandjato’s killer awaits psychiatric report

THE 24-year-old man who confessed killing Mirjam Nandjato in February this year was finally sent for psychiatric evaluation in Windhoek after his previous application for psychiatric observation was not approved due to a long waiting list.Prosecutor Lusepani ... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
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Stoffels’ murder suspect jailed for housebreaking

JUNIAS Fillipus, previously accused of killing schoolgirl Magdalena Stoffels in Windhoek in 2010, is serving a six-month jail sentence at Oluno Prison in the Oshana region for housebreaking.Ohangwena regional crime investigations coordinator deputy commissioner ... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
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Human resource officers threaten Napwu

OVER a thousand government human resource practitioners are planning to renounce their membership of the Namibia Public Workers’ Union.They allege the union failed to act in good faith on the job grading dispute.There are plans to drag government to the ... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
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More RDP legal woes

SEVEN disgruntled Rally for Democracy and Progress youth leaders have instructed their lawyer to institute legal proceedings against the party on the eve of its Central Committee meeting scheduled for this weekend.The group consists of ousted RDP youth ... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
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Teacher charged with murder declared State patient

THE 49-year-old teacher from Ongwediva, who is accused of killing her 26-year-old handicapped daughter in May this year, will not be standing trial on a murder charge, but will be detained in a psychiatric institution instead.Teacher Shekupe Hildegard ... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
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Parliament waits for PM’s proposals

THE government’s plan to push wide-ranging constitutional changes has kept parliament from going into recess for about a month.The Namibian has learned that the National Assembly (NA) was due for its break on 10 July and was supposed to resume on 9 September, ... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
First reported Jul 23 2014 - Updated Jul 23 2014 - 1 reports

Death of opposition

FACING EXTINCTION … Oposition leaders Justus Garoeb of the UDF, McHenry Venaani of the DTA, Hidipo Hamutenya of the RDP and Usutuaije Maamberua of Swanu. Documents seen by The Namibian show that government is pushing for far-reaching constitutional changes ... [Published Namibian - Jul 23 2014]

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Hosea Kutako shutdown [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
Parliament waits for PM’s proposals [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
Teacher charged with murder declared State patient [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
Air Algerie crashes in Mali [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
Chief Kambazembi is no more [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
More RDP legal woes [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
Human resource officers threaten Napwu [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
Stoffels’ murder suspect jailed for housebreaking [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
Nandjato’s killer awaits psychiatric report [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
African countries ‘leaving billions’ on the tab... [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
UPM says ‘no’ to new councils salary structure [Published Namibian - 5 hours ago]
8 000 people buried at Walvis in 81 years [Published Namibian - Jul 23 2014]
Coastal dreams turn into dust [Published Namibian - Jul 23 2014]
Swanu promises to negotiate genocide reparations [Published Namibian - Jul 23 2014]
Death of opposition [Published Namibian - Jul 23 2014]
WAD targets 2 000 jobs with vegetable seed project [Published Namibian - Jul 22 2014]
Swapo ‘spies’ anger governor [Published Namibian - Jul 21 2014]
School feeding programme has gaps [Published Namibian - Jul 21 2014]
SPYL draws up ‘pot’ list [Published Namibian - Jul 21 2014]
Ovaherero refugees can’t be Nam citizens [Published Namibian - Jul 21 2014]
SPYL key agents of peace, development – Iivula-... [Published Namibian - Jul 21 2014]
Pohamba grieves over flight MH17 victims [Published Namibian - Jul 21 2014]
RP supports Geingob, not Swapo [Published Namibian - Jul 21 2014]
12-year-old girl commits suicide [Published Namibian - Jul 21 2014]
1 000 mass houses ready by September [Published Namibian - Jul 21 2014]
Baby dies in Gobabis prison cell [Published Namibian - Jul 21 2014]
OvaHerero reaffirm acting chief [Published Namibian - Jul 21 2014]
Showdown at health ministry [Published Namibian - Jul 18 2014]
United States, Namibia strengthen judicial ties [Published Namibian - Jul 18 2014]
Diescho urges an end to State funerals [Published Namibian - Jul 18 2014]
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