+++ 9/11 – High Court deals deathblow to Competition Commission’s investigation against fuel trader Puma concerning possible inflated prices at the airports Eros and Ondangwa

+++ 9/11 – Government’s policy of savings forces Ministry of Health to put plans on hold to build or renovate eight hospitals and three health centers

+++ 8/11 – Concerns about possible downgrade of the International Airport by International Civil Aviation Organisation declared as unfounded by NAC CEO Hangala

+++ 8/11 – About 400 buffalos drowned in Chobe River in northeastern Namibia because steep bank prevented them from coming to shore

+++ 7/11 – Conflict over dead desert lion in northwestern Namibia: Lion protection organisation speaks of poisoning, Ministry of Environment rejects this as speculation

+++ 7/11 – European Union crosses Namibia off the list of countries deemed to be non-cooperative tax areas

+++ 6/11 – After brutal murder of graphic designer Lindie Prinsloo in Swakopmund, the alleged perpetrator apparently hanged herself in her garage

+++ 6/11 – First Lady Monica Geingos receives the “World without Aids Award” in Berlin together with British musician Bob Geldorf

+++ 5/11 – After brutal murder of graphic designer Lindie Prinsloo in Swakopmund, police are searching for her ex-boyfriend

+++ 5/11 – Determining topic at AGM of umbrella organisation of German schools associations AGDS: Namibians of German descent need a common mouthpiece for their interests

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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