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Locals Excited About Independence, But Still Feel Left Out
[Namibian] RESIDENTS of Rundu's informal settlements say Independence Day celebrations held in the town on Tuesday show that they are now also being considered part of the country.
Plot Thickens in Premier League Saga
[Namibian] WITH no financial backer in sight and elite clubs reportedly threatening to boycott the FA Cup, the Namibia Premier League's proposed new kick-off date may not come to pass.
Basketball Artists School Becomes Independent
[Namibian] THE Basketball Artists School (BAS) in Katutura on Monday became independent from its German-supporting association Isibindi e.V.
New Pay Package for Kenyan Doctors to Rival South Africa and Namibia's
[East African] Kenyan doctors will remain the highest paid in East Africa, after signing a return-to-work formula that will see them get an additional $560 to $700 a month in the form of a risk allowance backdated to January this year.
Namibia Deliberates Suing Germany Over Reparations
[Deutsche Welle] Pressure is growing for Germany to compensate victims of a genocide in colonial-era Namibia. The government in Windhoek wants to sue Berlin but both sides are still set on continuing with ongoing negotiations.
Defects Keep RA Workers Out of New Building
[Namibian] ROADS Authority (RA) staff were prevented from moving into their new N$219 million building in Windhoek's southern industrial area last week after defects were detected on the ground floor of the structure.
Whites Feel Excluded From Independence Celebrations
[Namibian] DTA of Namibia member of parliament Nico Smit says white Namibians do not attend independence celebrations because the event has been politicised.
Namibia Celebrates 27 Years of Independence
[This is Africa] Today is Namibia's Independence Day. The country attained its freedom in 1990. We honour all those who sacrificed their lives during the struggle against South African foreign rule and German colonialism, and remember all those who died in the liberation war. Happy Independence Day to our Namibian brothers and sisters.
End Extreme Capitalism - Iyambo
[Namibian] VICE President Nickey Iyambo called on Namibians to halt old practices which promote the extreme form of capitalism with only a few of the same people empowering themselves.
Namibians Find New Careers in Chinese Road Projects
[Focac] Windhoek -Amid lackluster economy and surging unemployment, some Namibians have found solace in the road construction sector, where, thanks to some Chinese projects, new jobs are emerging.