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New Era Newspaper Thursday September 14, 2017

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New Era Newspaper Thursday September 14,

ol. 23 No. 280 Windhoek, Namibia Thursday September 14 2017 SME Bank clients disappointed over claims Edgar Brandt Windhoek T yesterday morning when irate customers of the now defunct Katutura to get back their liquidators, Bruni McLaren, requested Katutura branch start with letters A to C to claim the bank’s branch in Katutura, Inside Today NUST student leader calls for audit Namibia University of Science and Technology council member Oscar Mwandingi says the institution should call in an external auditor to look council and stakeholders. Page 3 Uranium shortage predicted SME on page 2 International Atomic Energy Agency Dr Martin world will face a shortage of uranium within the next three decades, as demand Page 9 New Era Newspaper Acting Ohangwena CRO to sue council Nuusita Ashipala Ongwediva interviews held in Windhoek two years ago. Judge President Petrus Damaseb CRO on page 2 @NewEraNewspaper #NewEraNewspaper Staff Reporter Windhoek The Association of the Ovaherero Genocide In the USA in conjunction with the Ovaherero Chief Adv David Frederick, chairman of the Nama Traditional Authorities Association, said in a statement issued yesterday that the American Roland Routh Windhoek Two High Court judges this week issued an order that over road traffic cases and give motorists a chance Museum of Natural History Namibian human remains. Some of the remains the German genocide of the Ovaherero and Nama what was then South West 1885 to 1915. Prof Felix von Luschan, a to defend themselves on why they feel their licences in line with Section 51 Christi Liebenberg said in a review judgment of three A heated exchange… Benestus Herunga (left), SME Bank’s acting CEO appointed by the provisional liquidators, explains to the angry crowd of bank lients how the claims process works. In the photo below, Herunga tries to calm down angry customers who deposited money with the now defunct bank. Photos: Emmency Nuukala Namibian human remains discovered at American museum ethnologist at the Museum for Ethnology in Berlin from 1885-1910, originally collected the Namibian body the German Society for large collections containing REMAINS on page 2 Courts to give motorists leeway before suspending licenses magistrate cases, where convicted for contravening had sentences in varying follow. COURTS on page 2 appclassifieds/discover

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