• Ngavirue denies being ‘outsmarted’ by Germans

    front NGAVURE s 23 Sep 2016The Windhoek Observer understands that the Namibian delegation for the genocide talks was outsmarted by the German representatives, who questioned some of the facts presented by the Dr Zed Ngavirue led team.

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  • Geingob’s tangible response to ‘struggle kids’ crisis

    front Struggle kids 23 Sep 2016We recognise with admiration the recent re-allocation of N$11,3 million from the Social Security Commission Development Fund (SSCDF), as a tangible and significant response to the seemingly never-ending protests of the so-called ‘struggle kids’.

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  • Windfall for medallists

    Windfall front 23 Sep 2016Deputy Minister of Disability Affairs in the Office of the Vice President, Alexia Manombe-Ncube, has assured the 2016 Rio Paralympic medallists of a financial windfall, after their sterling performances at the recently concluded games.

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    Kandjoze moves to ‘kill’ Kudu

    national 23 sept 2016Minister of Mines and Energy, Obeth Kandjoze, has confirmed that he has received legal advice on the controversial 885 megawatt Kudu gas-to-power project, amid speculation that he had put pressure on the Office of the Attorney General to give him the kind of advice that could be used to can the initiative.

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    Banned McNab remains upbeat

    sports 23 sept 2016Disgraced under-19 national rugby team flanker, Cameron McNab, says he will not give up on his dream of playing for the senior team, after he was banned from the sport for three years.

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