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New Era Newspaper Thursday January 25, 2018

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New Era Newspaper Thursday January 25, 2018

Vol. 23 No. 098 Windhoek, Namibia Thursday, January 25 2018 Agriculture, Water and Forestry Minister John Mutorwa Inside Today Chinese embassy assists NEPC The Chinese embassy in Windhoek yesterday donated computers worth about N0,000 to New Era Publication Corporation (NEPC), in support of the company’s quest to deliver on its core mandate of disseminating impartial and objective information countrywide. Page 3 Tourism performs well in Q3 amidst challenges The most recent tourism indicate that during the third quarter of 2017 the percent in real terms. Page 9 No Namibia-Angola conflict over water Albertina Nakale Windhoek dismissed media reports implying to start paying for the water that it draws from the Calueque Dam. This follows a report by the Namibian Sun that it appears that Namibia has been defaulting on a northern regions receive water from golan authorities want Namibia to Nujoma reveals Nghidinwa’s intelligence operations Lahja Nashuuta Windhoek joma yesterday chronicled how late former minister Rosalia Nghidinwa operated secretly as an “intelligence operative” to aid the country’s liberation struggle. no surprise that it was Nujoma who handed Nghidinwa her first ministerial post when he plucked her from virtual obscurity and made her a labour deputy minister in 2000. The former president narrated how as a nurse operating secretly for Swapo, Nghidinwa saved the lives Kuzeeko Tjitemisa Ezorongondo, Epukiro of wounded People’s Lib- Nujoma was speaking at the state memorial service for Nghidinwa that was and baseless. Mutorwa countered that Namibia tions with shared borders and shared resources such as water. “There are no impending ‘water are working hard together to realize Honoured… Parliament Gardens yesterday afternoon for a state memorial service held in her honour. Photo: Emmency Nuukala Nguvauva ready for chieftainship of Works and Transport Chief Kilus Munyuku nounced his plans to retire to Omimbondevitano, the Ovambanderu quarters at Omaueyozonjanda, where he will assume his role as the ordained Ovambanderu traditional leader. Nguvauva succeeded Nguvauva, who led the Ovambanderu commu- decades until his death a long illness. NGUVAUVA on page 2 Chief Kilus Munyuku III Nguvauva held in Windhoek yesterday afternoon. NGHIDINWA on page 2 better living standards for all of their people,” Mutorwa said. then colonial powers have been collaborating on the use of water from the Kunene River. Eveline de Klerk Swakopmund WATER on page 2 Pastor resigns over missing 400,000 Lutheran Church, Hosiana Congregation, in Walvis evening during a church meeting, amidst allegations over the missing N0,000 from church coffers. amub mediated the meeting held with members of the congregation to table an audit report that was done following allegations by several church members about which have driven a wedge between congregants. who had been leading the congregation since 2013, on Monday evening took to the podium shortly after PASTOR on page 2 WE WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU Participate in our surveys and stand a chance to WIN a weekend away for two at any NWR Resort worth N$ 5000. Visit www.nepc.com.na to participate. New Era Newspaper @NewEraNewspaper #NewEraNewspaper app.newera.com.na newera.com.nanewera.com.na

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