+++ 13/04 – In the Kuiseb Canyon, a leopard attacks a German tourist through the window of the motorhome – victim survives only because of courageous help of his wife

+++ 13/04 – Fishcor buys an old fish factory in Walvis Bay for 160 million Namibia Dollar, although it was only worth 90 million Dollar one year before

+++ 12/04 – President Geingob’s State of the Nation Address: Companies do not have to hand off 25 percent of their shares, but should cut in employees

+++ 12/04 – Herero claim that there is a secret agreement between Namibia and Germany to avoid reparation payments based on misinterpreation

+++ 11/04 – Windhoek Municipality wants to lift ban on the sale of land to religious institutions

+++ 11/04 – President Geingob and Swapo Secretary-General Shaningwa will attend the funeral of Winnie Mandela in South Africa

+++ 10/04 – President Geingob threatens French radio station Radio France International with an injunction suit for a report on corruption

+++ 10/04 – Government rejects criticism of billion Dollar project of MTC for building new cell towers

+++ 9/04 – Fisheries Minister Esau secures parastatal Fishcor the largest share of fishing quotas despite multiple reports of mismanagement

+++ 9/04 – Official presentation of the UNESCO World Heritage site for the dune Namib: Ministry of Environment, Shifeta, assures that prospecting in the area is no longer allowed

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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