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New Era Newspaper Friday December 1, 2017

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New Era Newspaper Friday December 1,

Vol. 23 No. 068 Windhoek, Namibia Friday, December 1 2017 Inside Today Esau unveils ambitious strategic plan The Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources has ies Strategic Plan that seeks of marine resources, Page 3 N0 million tractor assembly plant planned for Brakwater A business delegation from Tabliz in northern Iran N0 million tractor as Page 13 Public urged to respect official motorcades Staff Reporter Windhoek T General Sebastian Ndeitunga says motorists and other road carrying VVIPs and VIPs, not only headquarters yesterday, to address motorcade, VIP motorcades and of the Namibian Police inform members of the the state motorcade and one of the functions of the Namibian Police Force is and foreign VVIPs and Laying down the law… Lieutenant-General Sebastian Haitota Ndeitunga, the Inspector-General of the Namibian Police Force MOTORCADE on page 2 Oshikoto regional coordinator for Swapo, Armas Amukwiyu congress lessons Selma Ikela Windhoek Oshikoto regional coor during the recent congress, 41, stood a better chance secretary general, the third AMUKWIYU on page 2 Newly-elected CC members to be sworn in Saturday Albertina Nakale Windhoek on Saturday in get our members of the Politburo of our CC MEMBERS on page 2 Something to read… Newlyelected Swapo SG Sophia Shaningwa hands out copies of the book Leadership at the Helm, to some former Swapo chief whips of the National Council. Photo: Albertina Nakale Illegal… Members of the City Police arrested a lorry driver for transporting seven co-workers in goods compartment of the truck (refrigerator storage), which is out of ing a safety risk to the passengers. The driver was also not in possession of a licence to operate a commercial vehicle and has two outstanding warrants of arrest, which resulted in his arrest. City Police senior superintendent Adam Eiseb said the law does not allow vehicles above 3,500kg to transport people at all and this is an example of how companies work against the law. Photo: Selma Ikela New Era Newspaper @NewEraNewspaper #NewEraNewspaper appclassifieds/discover

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