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New Era Newspaper Friday September 15, 2017

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New Era Newspaper Friday September 15,

Vol. 22 No. 281 Windhoek, Namibia Friday, September 15 2017 Inside Today Brazilians explore Namibia as a logistics hub With its mandate of volume creation, the Walvis Bay Corridor Group continues to introduce international companies to the Namibian market by providing them with a platform to engage local industries. Page 3 Brazilians explore Namibia as a logistics hub With its mandate of volume creation, the Walvis Bay continues to introduce to the Namibian market by providing them with a platform to engage local industries. Page 25 Brave Gladiators lay ambush for South Africa Still fresh from Wednesday’s emphatic 4-0 victory over Botswana, Namibia’s Brave Gladiators will today be striving to take full advantage of South Africa’s Banyana Banyana fatigue when the two sides meet in the 2017 Cosafa Senior Women Championship underway in Zimbabwe. Page 25 Liberalising the telecoms sector “ G o v e r n m e n t ’s d i re c t involvement and shareholding in telecommunication corporations is something that the European Union was during the negotiations... with Namibia and SADC.” – Tjekero Tweya Desie Heita Windhoek N Struggling to survive… Vendors Elina Augustinus (right) and her sister Louise Victor at their tent in an open space in Okuryangava in Katutura, where they trade. See the full report on page 10. Eveline de Klerk LIBERALISING on page 2 Delayed payments halt housing project at Swakop Information Minister Tjekero Tweya Arnold sorry for killing ex-love Maria Amakali Windhoek Under construction… The mass houses at Swakopmund during the recent demolition of substandard structures built by Delta Group Holdings. HOUSING on page 2 ARNOLD on page 2 New Era Newspaper @NewEraNewspaper #NewEraNewspaper appclassifieds/discover

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