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New Era Newspaper Thursday April 26, 2018

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New Era Newspaper Thursday April 26,

Inside Today Shanghala warns against AR protest outside Oshakati Court Page 3 Mining industry Page 9 should support value addition - Alweendo Lions don’t lose fights against dogs, Simon tells Meroro Page 24 Vol. 23 No. 160 Windhoek Namibia Thursday, April 26 2018 Malaria makes a deadly comeback … kills 22 in three months A file photo of former President Hifikepunye Pohamba and DRC President Joseph Kabila. SADC places Pohamba’s DRC mission on ice Staff Reporter Windhoek SADC has noted the substantive progress made in the volatile Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) ahead of December 23 general elections and would thus no longer delegate former Namibian President SADC had previously announced that Pohamba would be its special envoy The regional bloc thanked the Namibia former head of state “for his readiness and SADC on page 2 Ignorance among communities that are refusing to open their doors to health spread of malaria, might be among the reasons why malaria has increased. Kuzeeko Tjitemisa Windhoek At least 22 people have died of malaria across the country over the past three months, while 13 909 infections have been recorded, health minister Bernard Between January and March last year, 18 people The most affected regions are bordering neighboring Angola, whose malaria transmission while motivating his ministry’s 2018/19 budget MALARIA on page 2 NAC hunts for CEO as it prepares to sort out HKIA congestion N million factories for Keetmans Matheus Hamutenya Keetmanshoop Two manufacturing plants - one for garments and another for furniture – are nearing completion at Keetmanshoop and will create about 50 jobs once fully functional, Cheers to the South… The garment and furniture plants at Keetmanshoop. Photo: Matheus Hamutenya the Namibia Development Corporation President Hage Geingob in his State of the Nation Address (SONA) recently alluded to these developments – which he said formed part of government’s ‘growth at home’ strategy that could propel Namibia to achieving her industrialisation ambitions Geingob said the construction of these two facilities at Keetmanshoop was proof that government is committed to achieve its targets towards the realisation of Vision FACTORIES on page 2 Selma Ikela Windhoek Namibia Airports Company has begun, and advertisements for the position are expected to appear in newspapers within expected to advertise next week a tender for intermediary work to alleviate current Airport, which has thus far frustrated The intermediary work is also expected to positively impact on the safety and security concerns of the airline operators, including international airline operators, NAC on page 2 New Era Newspaper @NewEraNewspaper #NewEraNewspaper appclassifieds/discover

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