+++ 21/12 – Experts warn: High schools will urgently need to be prepared for new regulations concerning class eleven transfer in the coming year

+++ 21/12 – State telecommunications company MTC wants to contribute to road safety with a new “Don’t text and drive” campaign

+++ 20/12 – Education Minister Hanse-Himarwa blames students and parents for poor grade ten results

+++ 20/12 – Ex-Minister of Health Haufiku has not yet been officially informed by President Geingob about his dismissal

+++ 19/12 – Government moratorium on tree felling in the two Kavango regions is not legally enforceable according to experts

+++ 19/12 – In contrast to previous years accommodation establishments at the coast are not fully booked over the holidays, according to HAN

+++ 18/12 – Leading opposition party PDM challenges controversial lease of four farms to Russian businessman Sardarov in court

+++ 18/12 – Correctional Services asks for farms to help supply the population with fresh produce

+++ 17/12 – President Geingob reprimands Security Minister Namoloh for appeal on behalf of veterans

+++ 17/12 – Bank of Namibia expects GDP to decline by 0.2 percent this year, down from 0.9 percent in 2017

This is a selection of the headlines of the news stories about Namibia that Bush Telegraph Namibia contributes on weekdays to the morning news (“Nachrichten am Morgen”) of the German language private radio station Hitradio Namibia in Windhoek.

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