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Regional and Local Government Law: Part 3

Lack of boldness
Most council members believe in nothing better than what is there. They have no vision for the regions and towns although they travel the whole world for capacity building and partnership. Our council members have been to China, Denmark, Dubai, Germany and many other countries where the word “impossible” is almost not known. Yet ask our councillors and staff members to come up with an initiative, the word “impossible” leads their thinking. Some of our leaders are scared and do not dare the “impossible”.
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Say Its

Hage
Venaani please leave President Hage Geingob alone. Can you do any better? At least the president is doing something for the many landless Namibian people.

*Why is the DTA president attacking Hage Geingob? We should all stand and work together to get the land issue sorted out.
Happy birthday comrade President Hage Geingob. May the good Lord continue to bless you with many more healthy years as you take our beautiful Namibia to greater heights. Read more about Say Its

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The local authority stink

Namibia appears to be turning into a sewage-soaked nation – the stench of unhygienic muck and filth, coupled with mountains of dirt and garbage permeating the senses of those who dare to venture into the areas where people are disadvantaged and living a life of poverty and depravation. While on the surface, towns look reasonably clean and pristine, one only needs to wander into the shanty town areas where the poor live in shacks to see the vast difference in basic amenities like the running water, sewerage systems, garbage removal, electricity, etc. Read more about The local authority stink

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Namibian children abandoned

Media in Namibia continues to carry coverage of Namibia’s school children in remote areas learning under difficult and sub-human conditions. It is their quest and thirst for education that can move the emotions of only those with compassionate hearts and logic to understand that quest.
Equally worrying is the revelation that teenage pregnancies in these remote centres are high - an apparent indication that somewhere along the line their desperate situations may be contributing to their vulnerability.
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Namibian children abandoned

Media in Namibia continues to carry coverage of Namibia’s school children in remote areas learning under difficult and sub-human conditions. It is their quest and thirst for education that can move the emotions of only those with compassionate hearts and logic to understand that quest.
Equally worrying is the revelation that teenage pregnancies in these remote centres are high - an apparent indication that somewhere along the line their desperate situations may be contributing to their vulnerability.
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Today is D-Day

The threatened AR land grab was suspended on July 26. According to a release by Job Amupanda from the Affirmative Repositioning movement, “Although the details are still coming we can inform our youth that dreams of our homes are near, very near! It is for the above reasons that we announce the suspension of Our LAND OCCUPATION PROGRAMME for 31 July 2015. We will not be occupying land on 31 July 2015. We will be clearing land on which our homes will be built.”
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Today is D-Day

The threatened AR land grab was suspended on July 26. According to a release by Job Amupanda from the Affirmative Repositioning movement, “Although the details are still coming we can inform our youth that dreams of our homes are near, very near! It is for the above reasons that we announce the suspension of Our LAND OCCUPATION PROGRAMME for 31 July 2015. We will not be occupying land on 31 July 2015. We will be clearing land on which our homes will be built.”
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Today is D-Day

The threatened AR land grab was suspended on July 26. According to a release by Job Amupanda from the Affirmative Repositioning movement, “Although the details are still coming we can inform our youth that dreams of our homes are near, very near! It is for the above reasons that we announce the suspension of Our LAND OCCUPATION PROGRAMME for 31 July 2015. We will not be occupying land on 31 July 2015. We will be clearing land on which our homes will be built.”
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