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Desire for Farms By Blacks Surges
[Namibian]THE desire to purchase commercial land by previously disadvantaged Namibians surged in the third quarter of this year accounting for 43% of total loans approved, Agribank announced yesterday.
City Police Murder Case to High Court
[Namibian]THE three Windhoek City Police officers accused of murder after they severely assaulted a 17-year-old who later died of his injuries last year made their first pre-trial appearance in the Windhoek High Court yesterday.
This Campaign Is Boring
[Namibian]I AM going ahead and say it ... Both in style and substance, this is the most boring election campaign ever! In my opinion the first election towards independent Namibia and the 1999 election when the Congress of Democrats (CoD) first came into the picture were the most exacting in the history of our democracy.
Rukoro Chieftaincy Rejected
[Namibian]SEVEN Ovaherero and Ovambanderu traditional authorities have rejected Vekuii Rukoro as the paramount chief of the Ovaherero people. The selection of Rukoro as a replacement for the late paramount chief Kuaima Riruako who died in June this year has not been accepted by several leaders of the Ovaherero and Ovambanderu community.
Gibeon Projects Get a Boost
[Namibian]THE Gibeon constituency office, through its development fund, recently handed over equipment, materials and goods worth over N$180 000 to 30 people for micro projects within the constituency.
Namibia's Infrastructure Funding Challenge
[Namibian]NAMIBIA has a very ambitious infrastructure development programme requiring investment of at least N$223 billion over the next six years.
Corruption Gets Defence Official Six Years in Jail
[Namibian]AN OFFICIAL in the Ministry of Defence has been sent to prison for six years after he admitted that he was involved in a corrupt scheme in which close to N$800 000 was embezzled from his employer.
Danagogo, Pinnick Expected in Namibia Today
[Guardian]IT was excitement in the Super Falcons' camp yesterday when news filtered in that the Sports Minister, Tammy Danagogo and President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick, will arrive in Namibia today to cheer the team to victory in the final against the Lionesses of Cameroun.
Corruption gets defence official six years in jail
AN OFFICIAL in the Ministry of Defence has been sent to prison for six years after he admitted that he was involved in a corrupt scheme in which close to N$800 000 was embezzled from his employer.
Mock election' to test EVMs
THE Electoral Commission of Namibia will carry out a nationwide 'mock election' to remove scepticism over the Electronic Voting Machines.
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