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Fisheries Inspectors issued over N$34,000 in fines to recreational anglers who were fishing without permits, harvesting the wrong sea products, or fishing in protected areas over the festive season.
City of Windhoek Deputy Mayor, Fransina Kahungu, is hopeful that the Flexible Land Tenure System (FLTS), which is currently being run as a pilot project in some towns across the country, will bring an end to land and housing problems in Namibia.

SWAPO pays out Ngurare

SWAPO Secretary General Nangolo Mbumba has confirmed that the ruling party has settled its dispute with former SWAPO Party Youth League (SPYL) Secretary, Dr Elijah Ngurare, over salary payments owed to him.
Rifts between the descendants of the victims of the 1904-08 German-sanctioned genocide continue to widen after sections of the OvaHerero, OvaMbanderu and Nama people this week distanced themselves from a recent federal class action lawsuit filed in an American court.
nationalAn army of foreign consultants are set to earn a whopping N$26 million in three months, after they were roped in by NamPower to look at the viability and other issues surrounding the Xaris and Arandis power projects.

front St Boniface 13 JanLast year’s top three Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate (NSSC) Ordinary Level achievers, who are all from St Boniface College near Rundu, have revealed some of the secrets of their success, including shunning social media, a great support structure and setting realistic goals.

Teachers Union of Namibia (TUN) Secretary General, Mahongora Kavihuha, has called on the education ministry to abolish all school inspector and examination officer posts, arguing that they are irrelevant and useless.

It is a sad indictment when the biggest news generated by a ministry for the year is that its political head had paid back N$186,000 of a N$630 000 bill, he had incurred while staying at Safari Court Hotel for six months.
No one in their right mind would argue against the notion that 2016 has been a tough year for the Namibian economy.
The Ministry of Health and Social Services, under the stewardship of Minister Bernard Haufiku, who is a medical doctor by profession, continues to be relevant and vocal about the health challenges facing the country.
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