+++ 6/07 – Main defendant in the trial for the Avid million fraud sent to jail for 17 years; other four convicts get away with fines

+++ 6/07 – Namibian sports idol Frankie Fredericks will be honored with a statue in the Windhoek Independence Stadium

+++ 5/07 – After failed break-in in a bank in Nkurenkuru police tries to apprehend alleged culprits north of Windhoek: One man shot, one arrested, four on the run

+++ 5/07 – Namibia Airports Company intends to conduct comprehensive hearings of affected parties before conversion and expansion of International Airport at Windhoek

+++ 4/07 – Controversial plans for tobacco plantation in Zambezi region once again in the headlines: Chinese company presents project to cabinet

+++ 4/07 – Namibia’s only crematorium in Windhoek is out of action for weeks only two months after completion of the renovation work

+++ 3/07 – Minister of Environment and Tourism, Shifeta, calls for penalties for trophy hunters who publish photos of themselves and killed animals on social media

+++ 3/07 – Recent discovery of more than 400 kilograms of cocaine in Walvis Bay cause great concern, according to NamPol chief Ndeitunga

+++ 2/07 – City of Windhoek writes off 191 million Namibia Dollar debts of insolvent residents

+++ 2/07 – At the Roman Catholic Hospital in Windhoek 45-year-old man dies from swine flu

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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