+++ 29/06 – Ministry of Health warns: Five confirmed cases of swine flu (H1N1) in Windhoek and Rehoboth

+++ 29/06 – Prices for petrol and diesel rise by 10 cents per liter in the inland and by 20 cents in the north, whereas on the central coast they remain unchanged

+++ 28/06 – Investigation against head of state oil company Namcor continues to make headlines: Payment of 1.7 million Namibia Dollar for report was illegal

+++ 28/06 – Ministry of Environment rejects criticism from abroad against killing a lion two weeks ago in the Kunene region

+++ 27/06 – Billion Namibia Dollar project of state-owned MTC for provision of nationwide mobile phone reception and internet access lagging behind schedule

+++ 27/06 – Police warns speeders: Radar cameras along the highways now active

+++ 26/06 – Minister of Land Reform, Utoni Nujoma, sharply rejects accusations of allocating a farm in the Erongo region to a relative

+++ 26/06 – Veto of Minister of Finance, Schlettwein: Ministry of Trade has to put multi-million project of business park in Luanda on ice

+++ 25/06 – Despite empty state coffers Ministry of Trade intends to buy a property for a business park in Luanda for a three-digit million amount

+++ 25/06 – Minister of Tourism, Shifeta, at Congress of Hospitality Association in Swakopmund: Travel sector keeps Namibia afloat during the current economic crisis

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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