+++ 10.08. – Conflict within Vice-President’s Office over the awarding of contracts for food-supply for marginalised communities

+++ 10.08. – Ministry of Environment and Tourism commits its employees with “Customer Service Charter” to customer-oriented work

+++ 9.08. – Due to lack of funds, Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) stops paying reimbursements to students

+++ 9.08. – Supermarket chain Shoprite Namibia continues to give way in dispute with 93 employees who joined a strike three years ago by offering to drop disciplinary hearings

+++ 8.08. – Former Acting Managing Director of TransNamib, Hippy Tjivikua, apparently has been involved in a million dollar scam

+++ 8.08. – Miss Namibia Selma Kamanya wants to support nature conservation and especially protection of rhinos

+++ 7:08. – Financial experts warn of doubling public debt over the next seven years if government continues to operate with budget deficits

+++ 7:08. – Vice-President Mbumba launches e-learning system of the private Edugate Academy: Students in Tsumkwe being taught from Otjiwarongo

+++ 6.08. – After hearings for land conference commercial farmers warn against expropriation of farmland without compensation

+++ 6.08. – Following massive public protest and pressure from the government, supermarket chain Shoprite Namibia withdraws claim for damages against employees

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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Allgemeine Zeitung (German); Namibian, Namibian Sun and New Era (English); Republikein (Afrikaans)