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Elections Advertising - Hits and Misses
[Namibian]IN the countdown to tomorrow's elections, political parties have been jostling each other to catch the attention of the 1,2 million voters that are expected to cast their votes.
Natis Standards Same Countrywide
[Namibian]In the face of accusations of deliberately failing those who go for tests to obtain driving licences, the Roads Authority says its NaTIS centres countrywide have the same standards and has denied that people are made to repeat tests so that the authority can make more money.
Parliamentary Debate Standards Have Fallen
[Namibian]POLITICAL veterans have agreed that the quality of debates and general output in the National Assembly have declined and some fear that it might get worse if the situation is not given serious attention.
Gays, Lesbians Re-Apply for Registration
[Namibian]Advocacy group, Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals of Botswana (Legabibo), will re-apply to register as an organisation, it said on Tuesday.
Reinvesting Is a Business Imperative
[Namibian]OSCAR Capelao, Chief Financial Officer of FNB Namibia has advised Namibians to invest their savings in the local economy.
Financial Planning With Your Family This Festive Season
[Namibian]SINCE the holiday is around the corner, this means more 'family time.' It is important to make use of this time to structure your dreams, goals, resources, and responsibilities of the entire family. If you have a partner or children, you may need to show them the importance of this exercise and how all will benefit in the long run.
Affirmative Repositioning - the Start of a New Protest Era?
[Namibian]THE LAND revolution is here! But after the submission of the mass land action applications by thousands of youth to the City of Windhoek, then what next for the Affirmative Repositioning movement?
Transnamib to Double Locomotives
[Namibian]TRANSNAMIB Holdings has concluded a deal with Transnet Engineering of South Africa that will add 21 locomotives to the company's fleet of class 33 GEs. This will double TransNamib's current fleet of serviceable locomotives from 21 to 42.
Nation Gears for Elections
[Namibian]DESPITE all the challenges from the row over the Third Constitutional Amendment Bill to suspicions about the electoral voting machines (EVMs) as well as the election court challenge this week, Namibia votes tomorrow.
Ngurare Fights for Amupanda
[Namibian]SWAPO Party Youth League secretary Elijah Ngurare has backed the three suspended youth leaders, pleading with the party leadership to reverse their suspension.
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