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Geingob to attend the inauguration of Angolan president-elect
By Eliaser Ndeyanale PRESIDENT Hage Geingob will travel to Luanda tomorrow to attend the (...)
Confidénte 25/09/2017
Mali’s Growing Gold Economy- Desirable Mining Destination for Investors
BAMAKO, Mali, Sept. 25, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — With the recent steps initiated by the Malian (...)
Namibia News Digest 25/09/2017
Random cop shooting injures three boys
Random cop shooting injures three boys The Oshikoto police are investigating a case of (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017

German genocide response inadequate
German genocide response inadequate Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila last week said the government is “not happy” with the German (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Nam professionals hit back
Nam professionals hit backAsks court to boot Zim nationals Namibian architects and quantity surveyors have filed an application in the High Court (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Nampol's fallen co-founder buried
Nampol's fallen co-founder buriedLauded as a staunch fighter for Namibia The funeral of the late retired Commissioner Joseph Ekandjo was held (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
N$400m owed, Telecom to cut services
N$400m owed, Telecom to cut services Telecom Namibia has strongly advised its customers to pay up or have their services suspended on Wednesday (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Ondangwa vendors turn xenophobic
Ondangwa vendors turn xenophobicSay Angolans should pack up and leave Vendors in Ondangwa accused Angolan nationals of taking away their (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Fraud, forgery case postponed
Fraud, forgery case postponed The fraud and forgery case alleged to have been committed by 51-year-old Nelson Kazombiaze has been postponed to 3 (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Foetal body parts discovered in Arandis
Foetal body parts discovered in Arandis The body parts of a foetus were discovered in a drain at Arandis last week by an employee of the town (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Research into food bank starts
Research into food bank startsImpact of pilot programme to be measured While only operational in seven Khomas constituencies, the impact of the (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Aminuis farmers hope for better season
Aminuis farmers hope for better season Farmers in the Aminuis Constituency of the Omaheke Region are hoping that the upcoming rainy season will (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Pensioner dies in Opuwo clinic queue
Pensioner dies in Opuwo clinic queue A pensioner died while waiting to be attended to at the Opuwo clinic on Thursday morning. The police's crime (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Ministry fights back in Aroab
Ministry fights back in AroabFiles strong defence over Farm Dickbusch The land reform ministry has responded to the Aroab Small Farmers' Union in (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Shot of the Day
Shot of the Day OVER THE WATER: Rohingya refugees arriving by boat, as smoke rises from fires on the shoreline behind them, at Shah Parir Dwip on (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
It is a bottomless pit
It is a bottomless pit American president, Donald Trump, puts Namibia on the global map with his farcical statements about the small African (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Namibia okwa taalela ondjala
Namibia okwa taalela ondjala Ngele Namibia okwa ndopa okutula miilonga omikalo omipe ndhoka tadhi vulu okulongithwa menduluko lyiikulya unene (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017
Omunandholongo a lundulwa omolwa egameno lye
Omunandholongo a lundulwa omolwa egameno lye Ompangu yoPombanda mOndoolopa yaShakati, oya gandja epitiko oshiwike sha piti, opo ku lundululwe (...)
Namibian Sun 25/09/2017

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