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Cnr Bismarck Stre & David Hosea Meroro Rd Friday, July 15 2011 1 NEWSPAPER FOR A NEW NAMIBIA NEW ERA NEWSPAPER FOR A NEW NAMIBIA N$ 3.00 (incl VAT) A N N I V E R S A R Y Newspaper for a New Namibia Product Vol. 16 of No. New Era 226 Publication Corporation Windhoek, Namibia Friday, July 15 2011 Vol. 19 No. 040 Windhoek, Namibia Thursday, September 26 2013 Haufiku never resigned from RDP ‘Shape up or ship out’ threaten Kavango River Page 4 Page 5 Bester can’t Inside wait Today for Spurs News... President hospitalised • Low-cost show houses constructed By Mathias Haufiku mechanical problems that need to be repaired. “The at Walvis Bay company that will repair the • Petrus to go on pump told us yesterday that their technicians are in Oshakati at the moment where trial next year only By Staff Reporter • Reforms on cards for equal access to health RUNDU - With the rainy season around the corner, it may only be a matter of time before Rundu’s leaking sewage ponds flow into the Kavango River. The sewage pump in Rundu’s WINDHOEK - President Kaisosi location, which was Hifikepunye Pohamba constructed in 2005, has not was been on functioning Monday since admitted to this a year. local private hos- June pital Shared for by an Namibia, unconfirmed Angola illness. and Botswana, the per- Rundu raw sewage ennial Prime Kavango Minister River Nahas serves Angula as confirmed a source yesterday of fresh water that and the President to was thousands hospitalised, of people but the Prime fish and Minister animals maintained living it along was for an the “annual river. routine Officials medical from the checkup”. town council’s technical News of the President’s alleged department ill health spread who like spoke wildfire to on New Wednesday Era yesterday, night, said with the Sewage water leaking into a tributary that leads to the river less than a kilometre unconfirmed station reports is experiencing claiming that the away. Rundu page 2 pump Head of State was gravely ill. But Premier Angula said he was informed that the President was in hospital for his regular medical examination. “He went for his annual checkup. I am not aware that he has suffered from stroke, only medical people can confirm that,” said the Prime Minister, responding to a question on whether the President had suffered a stroke. Angula, who visited the First Citizen at a local private hospital on Wednesday, said President Pohamba was scheduled to be discharged yesterday. Service “I don’t know if he finally got station discharged but he was expected to come out today (yesterday),” they are fixing a sewer pump station. But they promised that by Saturday they will be in Rundu to attend to our sewer pump,” the town council said. Although the town council recently build a new sewerage pond about 12.2 kilometres away from the town, it is still not in use due to a broken pump. However, residents fear that since all four sewage ponds are filled and are already leaking into a tributary that leads to the river less than a kilometre away, Livestock grazing around the unfenced ponds yesterday morning. Photos: Mathias Haufiku N.00 (incl VAT) Page 32 Finance... • Methealth Namibia workers on strike • AG report expose lapses in health ministry An Ordinance Clearance Team of the Namibian Police on Tuesday detected a TMA-3 anti-tank landmine of former Yugoslavian origin at Otunganga village in Ohangwena and detonated it on Wednesday. This was one of the type of mines used by the Swapo military wing, PLAN, during the war of liberation in Namibia. Squatting is the head of the team, Pastor Supplement inside Chief Inspector Mathias Neshunga, todaypointing at some of the ammunition and other war materials that his team also detected in its operation. Photo: Nampa Angula told New Era. accused of NWR workers in the ready red Simon’s claim Opposition raping grows to strike By Toivo Ndjebela congregant WINDHOEK – The Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) is flattens MVA to MTC towers battling to meet its financial obligations after its liabilities skyrocketed to N2 million in May this year. By Nuusita Ashipala By Desie Heita By Desie Heita of the financial woes of the Financials at the company By Edgar show Brandt that the NWR liabilities MVA. WINDHOEK - Renewed international debate on mobile stood at some N million, but board chairperson Jackie Asheeke WINDHOEK disputed this, - Service saying there station has workers been “under-reporting” across the country of some road accident in which prises 30 percent of current WINDHOEK – The grue- That claim alone com- phones ONGWEDIVA and cancer has - A given selfproclaimed class suburb pastor residents of an who Ap-oppose the erection of a mobile strength to Windhoek’s upper the are real threatening financial to situation go strike at the and hospitality have given parastaral. the Association of Service Station Owners (ASSO) 48-hours notice to lost their lives and for which the MVA has to pay out to village to resist near its erection Ondangwa, near ap- their homes. several Belgian nationals outstanding claims that ostolic telecommunication church Olulongo, tower in a their residential area to continue What remains true though is that the NWR is swimming in a pool of debts, such that the company is struggling to meet former Namibian world victims who sued the fund This has irritated the country’s largest mobile network its respond immediate to their financial demands obligations. for better salaries and working peared in the Oshakati Magistrate’s Court on Monday champion Light boxer shower Harry Simon was jailed, continues tion system. munication towers in the country. Sport... greeting based on the old compensa- operator, MTC, which says it is not the only one with com- conditions. To arrest the deteriorating situation, the company’s board of directors Their notice decided to strike to draw comes money, as service believed station to be N workers this week for the alleged rape mil- to haunt the Motor Vehicle Unexpected light showers had the delegates to the Residents at Bowker Hill, Windhoek, have now added the in South Africa are about to reach a settlement following Accident (MVA) Fund and of a fellow church member. NWR their weeks-long page 2 strike that began on September 09. Na- is UN one 11th of the session main of causes the Conference MVA page of 2Parties run- MTC The page accused 2 pastor is a mibian petrol attendants, through the Namibia Fuel and Allied Workers Union (NAFAWU), are demanding an audience with ASSO to start negotiations on better wages and benefits. Nafawu says it represents the majority of service station workers in the country, a claim that ASSO has questioned. ASSO president Rupert Harmse yesterday told New Era that he has asked the union to provide proof that it actually represents at least 50 percent of service station workers in the country. workers page 2 ning as they moved between sessions. Those with umbrellas had to share with their colleagues as the weather changed from from sunny and warm to an unexpected downpour with cool, breezy weather, as though to remind visitors of nature’s fickleness. Martha Moren and Diana Ozola delegates from the European Union take cover under an umbrella. Photo: Fifi Rhodes 23-year-old Edward Immanuel in whose church a number of miracles are said to have been performed, including healings and as a result started attracting a seizable following with people from other villages camping at his residence. pastor page 2 Woema Weekly auto news Motoring Editor: Donna Co lins • Tel: 061 - 273322 • Enhanced driving pleasure from new Pajero Sport 4x4 The handsome facelift 4x4 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport which is now available at M&Z Motors Mitsubishi showroom, has arrived a l decked out with its next generation 2,5-litre common rail turbo diesel engine, and some enhancing features inside and out, placing this luxury SUV sevenseater thoroughbred into a top value-formoney bracket. Here Dirk Levin (Mitsubishi Sales Manager) is seen with the newcomer, which was introduced to Woema this week. (Photo Donna Co lins) Cymot Rally starts the engines The up-coming Namibian Championship Cymot Ra ly received a sponsorship of N 000, for the event which is being staged in Windhoek for the second year running, starting Friday 4th October and ending Saturday 5th October. Seen here receiving the generous motorsport sponsorship (right) from Andre Gous (Cymot A sistant Brand Manager) are Windhoek Motor Club ra ly organisers and competitors Melvin Gous (navigator) and Dick Corneli sen (driver) with their Subaru Impreza WRX Sti, which wi l be competing against around 20 cars. The start and finish is a the Tony Rust Track and spectators can look forward to loads of ra ly action. Auas Motors joins hands in crime prevention F800GS 2010 model N 000.00 2012 C600 Sport Scooter N 300.00 Auas Motors and Corporate Guarantee have once again joined forces with Leonardvi le”crime prevention” in the fight against crime in Namibia, by donating a vehicle to patrol the area. On September 19, Auas Motors and Corporate Guarant e sponsored a brand new Isuzu KB250 Single Ca bakkie, to the Leonardvi le”crime prevention” unit, to a sist them in their duties. Auas Motors takes pride in a seven-year relationship that the company has with the Leonardvi le “crime prevention”unit, and sees this as an opportunity to give back to the community where it means the most. Corporate Guarantee, which is part of the Nictus Group, an associated company of Auas Motors, was keen to join in this crime prevention for the the Leonardvi le community. Mu ray Hugo(Corporate Guarantee), Gawie Koekemoer(Auas Motors), Kobus Vermeulen(Leonardvi leCrime Prevention) andPietduToit (Leonardvi leCrime Prevention) and JensLaBa re’(Corporate Guarantee). NEW F800 GS N0 000 Used F800 GS 2013 N5 000 NEW F800 GSA Base N5 289.47 Fu l Spec N0 320.18 demo F800GS white N0 000.00. R1200GS LC N7 600.00 DANRIC AUTO Tel: 061-295 8100 • NBF accused of neglecting regions • NFA Galz & Goals trains coordinators • NDF men, women invincible in Volleyball League

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