+++ 7/09 – According to Finance Minister Schlettwein, the government wants to ask China for loans of 10 billion Namibian Dollar for infrastructure projects

+++ 7/09 – All state hospitals in the Erongo region have been unable to serve meals to their patients for four days due to delayed payments from the Ministry of Health

+++ 6/09 – International airport east of Windhoek said to be expanded with the help of China for five billion Namibian Dollar

+++ 6/09 – According to Minister of Fisheries, Esau, his Ministry has received 5,193 applications for fishing rights

+++ 5/09 – Motorists in Namibia have to be prepared for further increases in fuel prices due to depreciation of Rand and Namibia Dollar against US Dollar

+++ 5/09 – Employees of state broadcaster NBC fear for their pension because their employer is five months behind with the contributions

+++ 4/09 – Loss of Namibia Dollar against US Dollar makes fuel more expensive: At midnight today, prices for petrol and both types of diesel will be raised by 40 cents per litre

+++ 4/09 – Miners union MUN demands withdrawal of license for tantalite mine at Warmbad, which dismissed all 94 employees on Friday

+++ 3/09 – Government of Namibia continues to seek reparations from Germany for crimes against Herero and Nama during the colonial war

+++ 3/09 – Private nature reserve N/a’an ku sé east of Windhoek apparently wants to keep five relocated lions against other plans of Ministry of Environment

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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