Archive - from 2019 - Namibian Sun Pages 2

2019

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2012

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2011

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2010

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Bribes linked to fishing job...

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Local News

JEMIMA BEUKES AND OGONE TLHAGE Bribery allegations that led to the abrupt resignations yesterday of justice minister Sacky Shanghala and his fisheries counterpart Bernard Esau...

A fish rots from the...

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Columns

“A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes,” Mark Twain once said.In the end, truth will...

Taxman moves on fraud

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Local News

Tax commissioner Justus Mwafongwe says the use of good standing certificates may be one way to ensure that billions do not disappear from local circulation...

Namcor ready to run fuel...

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Business

The Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor) expects to take delivery of the strategic fuel storage facility next month, a company official has told Namibian Sun....

How the 'sharks' were netted

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Fishing

An international scandal has erupted with an exposé of more than 30 000 documents released by WikiLeaks which show that an Icelandic fishing company, SAMHERJI,...

NSFAF explains payment woes

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Education

The Namibia Student Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) has blamed the delayed payment of non-tuition fees to students on the unavailability of funds and its internal...

Opposition are 'baby donkeys' -...

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Local News

Landless People's Movement (LPM) leader Bernadus Swartbooi has described fellow opposition parties as “young donkeys” that are being led around by their noses by Swapo.According...

Hospital ­denies Itula ­allegation

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Health

The regional directorate of health for Ohangwena has denied an allegation by independent presidential candidate Panduleni Itula that a patient at Eenhana district hospital had...

Devil's claw under threat

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Environment

The increase in illegal grazing in the Nyae Nyae Conservancy and Community Forest, as well as illegal fences in the N#a Jaqna Conservancy and Community...

Oshipangelo sha tindi omapopyo gaItula

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Local News

Omukomeho guundjolowele, John Hango, okwa popi kutya aapangwa ayehe moshipangelo shoka otaya pangwa taku landulwa omilandu dhuuministeli.Pethimbo a popitha aayambidhidhi ye mondoolopa yaHelao Nafidi, Itula...

More dark days ahead

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Sports

The Fifa normalisation committee says it still has to consult its lawyers before making a decision on the way forward for the Namibia Premier League...

Mining tourney hailed as a...

3 days ago - 14 November 2019 | Sports

A three-day tournament that featured different mining employees from across the country, which took place at Otjiwarongo from Friday to Sunday, has been described as...

They have to go, says...

4 days ago - 13 November 2019 | Crime

Staff ReporterHighly placed sources indicated this morning that President Hage Geingob is planning to jettison justice minister Sacky Shanghala and fisheries minister Bernhardt Esau from...

Drought food scandal rocks Rundu

4 days ago - 13 November 2019 | Local News

The Rundu Urban constituency office has been accused of only registering residents aligned to Swapo to benefit from the drought relief food programme currently underway.Constituency...

Namibian arrested in Malaysia for...

4 days ago - 13 November 2019 | Crime

A 26-year-old Namibian man has been arrested in Malaysia on suspicion of strangling and dismembering his Nigerian girlfriend. The man was arrested on Saturday in...

Nujoma belongs to all -...

4 days ago - 13 November 2019 | Local News

Academic and political commentator Joseph Diescho says founding president Sam Nujoma would not qualify to be the father of the nation, as he is currently...

Voting on empty bellies

4 days ago - 13 November 2019 | Columns

Three children have died from malnutrition at Amarika in the Omusati Region during the past three months, while an investigation by Namibian Sun has found...

New funding model urged

4 days ago - 13 November 2019 | Local News

Political parties are calling for a new state funding model that would level the playfield when it comes to election campaigning.The ruling Swapo Party says...

Tweya calls journalists 'bad Namibians'

4 days ago - 13 November 2019 | Local News

Industrialisation minister Tjekero Tweya launched a scathing attack on journalists yesterday, when he addressed a group of Emirati investors who presented an ambitious N$25 billion...

ECN sued over Article 47

4 days ago - 13 November 2019 | Local News

Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) Opuwo regional councillor Kazeongere Tjeundo has launched a court bid to be placed back on the party's candidate list for the...

Namibia now a drug user...

4 days ago - 13 November 2019 | Crime

While Namibia used to be regarded as a transit route for drugs to other destinations, statistics now indicate that the country has become a “user...

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