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SA Signs New Benguela Current Pact
[SAnews.gov.za]Pretoria -South Africa has signed and adopted the new Benguela Current Commission (BCC) with Angola and Namibia, which will see the three countries work together in marine conservation matters.
Executioner Focused On 'Disrespected' Zimbabwean
[Namibian]Nestor Tobias on Thursday attempted to deflect attention from accusations of pre-fight maltreatment meted out against Zimbabwean boxer Brian Mwando by heaping praise on middleweight prospect Walter 'The Executioner' Kautondokwa.
Rotary Launches Cycle Classic Project
[Namibian]Rotary Club Windhoek (RCW) on Thursday launched the 2014 edition of its main community fundraiser, The Namibian Pick 'n Pay Cycle Classic.
Millions Needed for New Bible Translations
[Namibia Economist]For more information, or to get involved in this project, feel free to contact Dr. Schalk Botha, the Programs Manager from the Bible Society of Namibia at 061 235 090.
Companies support Swapo for tenders
NUDO parliamentarian Arnold Tjihuiko yesterday said companies that support Swapo financially do so for the tenders they get.
Communities unhappy with dry toilet project
GOVERNMENT’S plan to construct over 6 500 dry pit-latrine toilets across the country has been greeted with little appreciation from rural community members who stand to benefit, calling the system inferior.
Rehab centre’s application postponed
THE Windhoek municipality has delayed an application to build a rehabilitation centre, despite the fact that it issues 12 liquor licences per month.
Ongwediva trade fair opens
THE 15th edition of the Ongwediva Annual Trade Fair opens to the public today under the theme; “Imparting knowledge, enhancing capacity”.
Labour opens criminal case against doctor
THE Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare has opened criminal charges against a prominent Windhoek clinical psychologist Ockert ‘Ocky’ Jooste for not paying his workers and for dishonesty.
ACC investigates fisheries director
THE Anti-Corruption Commission is investigating allegations that a Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources director, Anna Erastus, received about N$700 000 from Omualu Fishing Company.
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