09-Sep-2014 to 11:08

Namibian traditional leader castigates men who abuse their spouses

APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — – The Chairman of the Council of Traditional Leaders in Namibia, King Immanuel Elifas Kauluma has called on Namibian men to do away with the perception that having paid lobola or dowry for their women gives them the right to treat them as their personal property, including abusing them.

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09-Sep-2014 to 08:27

Namibian press highlights poor turnout at Swapo manifesto launch

APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — Namibian press was Tuesday dominated by reports of poor turnout at the ruling Swapo party election manifesto launch, concern at the mushrooming of traditional authorities and covert campaigning for the Herero chieftaincy.

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08-Sep-2014 to 21:30

Namibia conducts supplementary voter registration

APA-Gaborone (Botswana) — The Namibian High Commission office in Gaborone will conduct a supplementary voter registration on September 8-20, APA learnt here on Monday.

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08-Sep-2014 to 13:56

SADC health ministers adopt common Ebola position

APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — Health ministers from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) have adopted a common regional position on the travel of persons and trucks or commercial vehicles from Ebola-affected countries.

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08-Sep-2014 to 12:11

Namibia: Pohamba commends traditional leaders on GBV fight

APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — Namibia’s President Hifikepunye Pohamba on Monday commended traditional leaders for speaking out against gender-based violence (GBV) and joining hands with the government in fighting the scourge.

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08-Sep-2014 to 08:22

Namibian press reports on Swapo poll promise, Pohamba tender

APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — A promise by the ruling Swapo party and the awarding of another multi-million-dollar tender to President Hifikepunye Pohamba’s daughter were the main topics of interest in the Namibian press on Monday.

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07-Sep-2014 to 20:59

Namibia on right economic path - Report

APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — The Global Competitive Report 2014-2015 that ranked Namibia at 88 out of 144, said the Southern Africa state has potential to improve its ranking and is on the right path to be among the top twenty performers by 2030.

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