+++ 21/09 – Experts see main reason for economic recession in Namibia in government’s policy of savings

+++ 21/09 – NA Speaker Katjavivi threatens to ban journalists who use their cameras to zoom in on private data shown on smartphones of members of parliament

+++ 20/09 – Ministry of Defense can not account for hundreds of millions of expenses

+++ 20/09 – Air Namibia is considering using just one plane instead of two on the route to Frankfurt, without reducing the number of flights

+++ 19/09 – Ministry of Education wants to introduce harsh penalties to prevent government schools from compelling parents to pay contributions

+++ 19/09 – Severe sentences for murder and rape: High Court sentenced two offenders in separate cases to life imprisonment

+++ 18/09 – Namibian Non-Governmental Organisations’ Forum criticises that public does not have much to say at the land conference

+++ 18/09 – After two raids on tourists in the Erongo region hospitality industry wants to discuss countermeasures with the police

+++ 17/09 – According to figures from the Namibian Statistics Agency, government purchased less than half of the land offered to it in the course of the land reform process

+++ 17/09 – Investment of millions of Namibia Dollar in the fisheries sector creates hundreds of new jobs in Walvis Bay

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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