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      Bar-room row triggered fatal stabbing

      Bar-room row triggered fatal stabbing

      2018-10-10  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - An argument at a local bar in Otjomuise 3, Windhoek led to a deadly, frenzied knife attack on a 22-year-old man on Sunday. 
      Suggestion to use parks for resettlement

      Suggestion to use parks for resettlement

      2018-10-10  Albertina Nakale
      WINDHOEK - The just-ended second national land conference resoundingly passed a resolution speaking volumes on residential land within national parks, which rejects ideas from critics to have national parks reduced for resettlement purposes. 
      Funeral status of Hilka Leevi undecided

      Funeral status of Hilka Leevi undecided

      2018-10-10  John Muyamba
      RUNDU - The funeral status of Rundu’s former mayor Hilka Leevi who died at the age of 66 on October 28 is yet to be decided as the committee responsible for deciding on what funeral status to accord her has not yet sat and thus the memorial and burial arrangements are still unclear.
      Culprit/s in Aussenkehr murder remain free

      Culprit/s in Aussenkehr murder remain free

      2018-10-10  Staff Reporter
      KEETMANSHOOP - While Aussenkehr is trying to come to grips with the horrific murder and rape of a woman whose half-naked body was found over the weekend, efforts by police investigators to bring those responsible for her murder have not yielded any positive results so far.
      Review panel nullifies rubbish tender

      Review panel nullifies rubbish tender

      2018-10-09  Aron Mushaukwa
      KATIMA MULILO - The Katima Mulilo Town Council is embroiled in allegations of awarding a lucrative rubbish removal tender and was recently directed by the Procurement Review Panel to re-advertise the tender.
      Speaker sets record straight

      Speaker sets record straight

      2018-10-09  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - The Speaker of the National Assembly, Professor Peter Katjavivi on Monday said contrary to a report by the Editors Forum of Namibia (EFN) alleging he threatened journalists, he only wanted to caution journalists against the practice of using powerful gadgets to zoom in on the gadgets of MPs attending parliament.
      Modern shopping complex opens at Aussenkehr

      Modern shopping complex opens at Aussenkehr

      2018-10-09  Matheus Hamutenya
      AUSSENKEHR - The Aussenkehr shopping complex constructed at a cost of N$20 million was officially opened yesterday, making shopping much easier for the community than in the past.
      Tourists cautioned about crime on secluded roads

      Tourists cautioned about crime on secluded roads

      2018-10-09  Eveline de Klerk
      SWAKOPMUND - The Namibian Police in Erongo Region have issued a stern warning to motorists and tourists not to stop for any vehicles that appears to have run out of fuel or experience mechanical problems along deserted coastal roads as criminals use these tricks
      Damaras want reparations from local tribes

      Damaras want reparations from local tribes

      2018-10-09  Staff Report 2
      KHORIXAS - The Secretary General of the Damara King’s Council, Abner Xoagub recently reiterated that his tribe wants an apology from Namas and Ovaherero for the alleged enslavement and killing of the Damara people in the 13th century at the hands of these Namibian ethnic groups.