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'Children With Disabilities Should Not Be Limited'
[Namibian] PARENTS should not look at their children's disabilities but theie abilities in order not to limit the children, the founding director of Mainstream Foundation, Sylvia Chidunka, said yesterday.
Exploring Nation's Diamond Future
[Namibian] WHEN the SS Nujoma sets sail later this year to explore for, and sample, diamonds off Namibia's coast, it will not only be the culmination of many years' work, but also a glimpse into the country's future.
Do Whistleblowers and Journalists Get Enough Protection?
[Namibian] THERE IS a lot that is good to be said about justice minister Albert Kawana taking the Whistle-blower Protection Bill to the National Assembly last week. Some might argue that the mere tabling of the proposed law to protect people who report bad ethical conduct, is in itself the most important and positive step.
Duplicate Home Ownerships a Headache for Arandis
[Namibian] Owning a house is not an easy thing but it becomes more difficult when one gets a loan to buy one only to find out that the property already belongs to somebody else.
A Plea for Irrelevant Education
[Namibian] DUE TO the pressures of popular demand for relevance in education, we have lost sight of the purpose for which true education exists.
Woman Guilty of Attempt to Murder Husband
[Namibian] A WINDHOEK businesswoman who was charged with conspiracy to murder her husband in late 2011 was found not guilty of the alleged conspiracy, but convicted of attempted murder yesterday.
Fish Suffocate in Mud
[Namibian] THE sudden inflow of water after a prolonged dry spell caused fish to suffocate from mud and silt at Lake Oanob, the fisheries ministry said yesterday.
Gina Jeanz Illustrates Estée Lauder
[Namibian] Gina Mwoombola, also known as Gina Jeanz, has long been a Namibian woman to watch.
Ex-Casuals Evicted From Namport Premises
[Namibian] A GROUP of former Namport casual workers were ejected by police from the parastatal's head office at Walvis Bay yesterday, following a Walvis Bay Magistrate's Court order.
Locals Demand Answers on Missing Council Money
[Namibian] FRUSTRATED Koës residents want answers from the village council over a range of issues, including suspiscions of missing council money and tender irregularities.