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Personal vendettas at Vaalgras

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Shaningwa
The Minister of Urban and Rural Development is making me so proud. Please deal with them madam Shaningwa. There is too much corruption in our municipalities.
Sophia Shaningwa is already doing good. Please get rid of those councilors at the City of Windhoek.
Sophia Shaningwa I am so proud of you. Please tackle these corrupt people.
All the councilors at City of Windhoek should be fired. They are all corrupt.
Misa
Natasha Tibinyane should not be playing blame games with journalists. Misa has been useless with her at the helm anyway. Read more about Say It

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The Capital Budget 2015

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Xenophobic attacks Read more about Say It

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Urban land is an issue of intergenerational justice

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Onayena road
Can the Onayena council explain why they approved a one-way gravel road with zigzag curves and high bridge bumps to be constructed? The world is moving forward, why a one-way road? My goodness, remove non-visionary leaders. Read more about Say It

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Hage second wife prank
Man of God, Your Excellency Dr Geingob, please say NO to a second wife! This will distort our confidence in your leadership. You are God’s chosen, elected to lead Namibia into a God-fearing nation. Please do not be deceived! This will eventually lead to broken marriages in Namibia. God forbid! Please read 1 Timothy 3:1-7
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Race and land debate is about economic and political power part 1:

Paul T. Shipale writes;
On the 9th of March 2015, Chumani Maxwele who has been at the University of Cape Town (UCT), studying for a BA Degree in Political Science since 2011, defaced the Cecil John Rhodes statue at UCT with human faeces. His decision was not an impulsive one.
The sight of the statue of British imperialist Cecil John Rhodes had pained him for years as he went about life at the UCT, reported the South African weekly newspaper, City Press of 29 March 2015.
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