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Fisheries Minister, Bernard Esau, has rubbished reports that the process to evaluate more than 5000 fishing quota applications has been compromised amid claims that politically connected individuals are being given access to documents to perfect their applications.
The Namibian Correctional Services (NCS) is skating on thin ice as the government department tasked with rehabilitating offenders, including some of the country’s hardened criminals, struggles under the weight of massive medical personnel resignations due to low pay.
The ruling SWAPO Party says it plans to enforce a provision in its constitution which compels members to pay 1 percent of their monthly income or salary in a move aimed at bolstering party structures and organs.
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