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New Era Newspaper Thursday February 15,

Vol. 23 No. 113 Windhoek Namibia Thursday, February 15 2018 Inside Today Same content, different containers, says Dienda on While some political experts and analysts have welcomed President Hage Geingob’s cabinet reshuffle as a move in the right direction, Elma Dienda of the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) is sceptical of the Page 3 Air Namibia to resume Ghana route end of June The national carrier Air Namibia yesterday confirmed that it will Ghana, as of the end of June Page 9 Sports Ministry will no longer be a cash cow – Uutoni The well-known trend of sport administrators j u m p i n g a t e v e r y opportunity to travel with various national teams to international competitions and in the process dubiously pocket excessive S&T money will be a thing of Page 24 “As I prepare to bow out, albeit de facto that will only happen like to thank all the council members under and with whom for their guidance and trust,” Hangula stated.” – Unam VC Professor Lazarus Hangula ACC bashed for bounds Roland Routh Windhoek Windhoek High Court Judge Thomas Masuku yesterday lambasted the Anti- Corruption Commission (ACC) for overstepping its authority when it agents searched, seized and attached two trucks and four containers full of timber from New Force Logistics, a local freight and the property on January 2 after a search BASHED on page 2 Lawyer Khadila Amoomo Unam VC to step down in July Albertina Nakale Windhoek The vice-chancellor of the University of Namibia (Unam) Professor Lazarus Hangula has announced he will step down from Kuzeeko Tjitemisa Windhoek argumentative clause on lumpy skin disease (LSD), which has prevented Namibia from exporting beef to that country, the former agriculture minister John Mutorwa Mutorwa, recently appointed as the new minister of works and transport, made this announcement while bidding farewell to staff at the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and “By the way I am coming from State House now – we met the Chinese delegation and they have decided to relax all Hangula has served the university for 25 years in various academic roles since he joined through the National Institute for Social and Economic Research (NISER) in February 1993 – four months after Unam’s official Hangula has been the vicechancellor of the university since Katjavivi, the current Speaker of He revealed his plans to resign yesterday during Unam’s 2018 lady Monica Geingos was the Warming to… UNAM on page 2 conditions that prevented us to export meat to China,” said Dr Milton Maseke yesterday said the agriculture ministry is looking into the proposal the Chinese have made and as soon as that is done the minister will sign the new BEEF on page 2 John Muyamba Rundu Castro Domingo, 32, the man who allegedly killed and buried his girlfriend, 26-year-old Cecilia Murotwa, made a routine appearance in the Rundu Magistrate’s Court yesterday and was denied bail due Domingo was arrested on Sunday and is said to have confessed to the police on Monday that he secretly buried his girlfriend strangled her at Divundu, and after driving with her corpse for a distance of 200km, he buried her Domingo appeared on two serious charges, a charge of murder read with Provisions of the Domestic Violence Act and a charge of defeating and obstructing Other reasons for denying him bail was that investigations are still at a preliminary stage and that it would not be in the public’s interest, as well as the administration of justice, for him consequently postponed to May 14 to allow him time to acquire legal representation of his choice due to Domingo appeared before Rundu magistrate Barry Mufana while public prosecutor Steven Haradoeb represented the state apparently ended their relationship and the suspect could not accept Happier times… Castro Domingo, on the left, with Cecilia Murotwa Photo: Contributed by relatives

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