Namibian Sun reporting misleads Nation

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In a report by The Namibian Sun Newspaper released today as front page headlines stated that “Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Fund and National Road Safety Council (NRSC) at loggerheads over road death stats.”

“The report stated “Two reputable government entities are painting very different pictures of the extent of the mayhem and death on the country’s roads, while effectively misleading the nation.”

TUN calls for reassignment of inspectors and subject advisors


The Teachers Union of Namibia (TUN) has called on the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture to reassign school inspectors and subject advisors to project schools without enough teachers.

Speaking at the media briefing yesterday TUN's Secretary General, Mahon-gora Kavihuha said the ministry should make use of the inspectors and subject advisors who are restricted to their offices following the directive by the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) to control expenditure on subsistence and travelling allowance.

Khama arrives in Namibia


The President of Botswana, Lieutenant-General Seretse Khama Ian Khama arrived in Namibia on Monday on a two-day State visit.

During his visit, he will hold discussions on bilateral cooperation between Botswana and Namibia with his Namibian counterpart, Hage Geingob.

In a statement issued last week, Minister of Presidential Affairs Frans Kapofi said Namibia views the visit as an opportunity to further strengthen the existing cordial relations between the two countries.

Rukoro defiant over reparations fight

Rukoro defiant over reparations fight

The Nama and Herero communities have made history by being the first two native groups to drag the German government to court for reparations, according to Ovaherero Paramound Chief Vekuii Rukoro.

Rukoro made these remarks as part of a big delegation of the Ovaherero community that formed part of 1 000 mourners who attended the funeral of the 17th leader of the !Aman Nama people, Chief David Frederick, at Bethanie in the //Kharas Region on Saturday.

NUST reduces registration and tuition deposit fees


The Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) has reduced registration and tuition fees for 2018 with immediate effect after consultations with Government.

In a statement availed to Nampa here on Wednesday, NUST Bursar, Mamijoo Tjejamba said the tertiary institution shall reduce the current sum of N.dollars 4 000 to N.dollars 2000 for new registrants or new students.

However, the reduction of the current sum will apply to continuing students under condition.

"NUST shall reduce the current sum for continuing students who settle their outstanding debts," she said.

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