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Workers at the Bethesda Medical Centre in Soweto Katutura alleged this week that they have not been paid their salaries since June last year.

Retired Chief of the Namibian Defence Force (NDF) Lieutenant General Martin Shalli says the public should not allow last week’s unfortunate killing of Zimbabwean taxi driver Talent Fambaune by an NDF soldier blind them from the wonderful work that the army and the police are doing in maintaining peace and stability in the country. 

Minister of Economic Planning and Director General of the National Planning Commission, Obeth Kandjoze, says he is not bothered by people who accuse him of being corrupt without providing the evidence. 

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