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      NBC journalist bags SADC media award

      NBC journalist bags SADC media award

      2018-08-20  Loide Jason
      WINDHOEK - Some of the journalists who received a SADC media award during the 38th SADC Summit said that there is need to improve access to information and gender equality within the SADC media industry.
      Ten ‘negligent’ cops to be grilled over Ndama massacre

      Ten ‘negligent’ cops to be grilled over Ndama massacre

      2018-08-20  John Muyamba
      RUNDU – Several police officers in Rundu, among them high-ranking officers, have been summoned to an internal inquiry that starts today over their alleged mishandling of a complainant prior to the case in which five family members were killed in cold blood by a relative, Jesaya Gabriel Chuhunda, 20, who is currently in police custody after the court had denied him bail.
      Jobless man ‘sues’ government for N$38 trillion

      Jobless man ‘sues’ government for N$38 trillion

      2018-08-20  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK – Government attorneys are asking that the High Court dismiss what it termed a vexatious and frivolous lawsuit currently in Oshakati High Court where a certain 43-year-old unemployed man is claiming N$38,3 trillion (US$2,6 trillion) compensation from President Hage Geingob, Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila and the government.
      Ombongarero yehi ovi¿a vya kaseruseru- Amupanda

      Ombongarero yehi ovi¿a vya kaseruseru- Amupanda

      2018-08-17  Kae Matundu-Tjiparuro
      OTJOMUISE- Ombongarero Oitjavari yOtjiwa¿a yEhi ndjiri mu Ndenga¿i omayuva tjiyeri 1-5 otjitanga kaorerengo uriri noku hangahanga kohoromende nu kaina otji¿a maiyeta.
      Malawian man with albinism relates atrocities

      Malawian man with albinism relates atrocities

      2018-08-17  Alvine Kapitako
      WINDHOEK - Alfred Misoya, cries everytime when he thinks of events of 3 March 2017. The 32-year old Malawian man with albinism narrates that in the early hours of that fateful Friday continue to haunt him to this day.
      Namibian problems require young brilliant minds

      Namibian problems require young brilliant minds

      2018-08-17  Matheus Hamutenya
      KEETMANSHOOP - The challenges facing Namibia requires brilliant young minds to solve and it is up to young people to come up with solutions to these problems, said Sea Flower’s General Manager of Operations Inocencio Verde. Verde pointed to the current economic situation, saying as bad as it may be, this is supposed to bring the best crops of individuals to the front, individuals that will come up
      Ovambanderu to remember fallen heroes at Okeseta

      Ovambanderu to remember fallen heroes at Okeseta

      2018-08-17  Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
      WINDHOEK - The Ovambanderu community will as of tomorrow convene at Okeseta, farm Groot Gunichas south of Gobabis in the Omaheke Region to honour their fallen heroes and to voice the community needs and aspirations.
      Education explains new school curriculum

      Education explains new school curriculum

      2018-08-17  Albertina Nakale
      WINDHOEK - As of next year, the new school curriculum for junior and senior secondary schools would have pupils who pass Grade 8 this year entering Grade 9 where they would from now on sit for the Junior Secondary school examinations. The new curriculum makes Grade 9 certificates equivalent to the current Grade 10 certificate.
      Lawyers call State’s bluff on N$206 million cocaine bust

      Lawyers call State’s bluff on N$206 million cocaine bust

      2018-08-17  Eveline de Klerk
      WALVIS BAY – The bail hearing of the two men accused of smuggling N$206 million worth of cocaine through the port of Walvis Bay took a surprise turn on Wednesday when the defence lawyers pointed out that much of the evidence may eventually not be admissible when the case goes to trial.