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New Era Newspaper Tuesday April 17, 2018

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New Era Newspaper Tuesday April 17,

Inside today Nanso reacts to Nghiwete’s suspension Employee share schemes a possible answer to Brave Warriors to face Swaziland in Page 3 NEEEF clause Page 9 friendly Page 24 Vol. 23 No. 153 Windhoek Namibia Tuesday, April 17 2018 Suspended… Hilya Nghiwete has been suspended as NSFAF CEO Berlin to honour Namibian heroes Kuzeeko Tjitemisa Windhoek Germany’s capital city Berlin is to rename streets in the African Quarter in the north-west of the German city after Anna Kakurukaze Mungunda and celebrated The African Quarter in the multiethnic, working-class neighbourhood boasts streets and squares named after the founder of German South West Africa, Adolf Lüderitz and Gustav Nachtigal, its imperial commissioner, as well as the founder of German East Africa in today’s Mungunda is one of nine national heroes of Namibia conferred at the inauguration of of a granite tombstone carrying her name BerlIN on page 2 ACC not eyeing NSFAF involvement 'Namibia does not recognize Jerusalem as Israeli capital' Kuzeeko Tjitemisa Windhoek Namibia has strongly condemned American President Donald Trump’s decision Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, saying it is aimed at altering the character, status and demographic composition of the City The Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Netumbo Nandi- Ndaitwah said such attempts continue to violate the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people to self-determination “We continue to call for the full implementation of all relevant UN Resolutions on Western Sahara and Palestine and Jerusalem on page 2 Albertina Nakale Windhoek The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) confessed it has not received a directive to investigate Hilya Nghiwete on allegations of mismanagement and corruption following her suspension as Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) Chief In an interview with New Era yesterday, ACC Chief of Investigation and Protection, Nelius Becker, said they have not seen any documentation related to Nghiwete’s alleged corrupt The NSFAF board yesterday announced the suspension of Nghiwete, who is also the head of secretariat of NSFAF, with immediate effect pending the outcome NSFAF Chairperson, Jerome Mutumba, revealed that Nghiwete’s suspension is on account of serious allegations that have come to NghIwete on page 2 Home of contention… A photo of Jerusalem, a historical city that Namibia does not recognise as Israeli’s sole territory. Katutura hospital’s perpetual pipe bursts pose danger Dr Fady Ashmawy, Katutura hospital medical superintendent. Photo: Emmency Nuukala Alvine Kapitako Windhoek The medical superintendent at the Katutura State Hospital, Dr Fady Ashmawy, yesterday said renovating the hospital’s old structures – including water pipes that burst every other day - is the ultimate solution to ad- The hospital has been experiencing occasional pipe bursts, The latest interruption occurred Ashmawy explained that most infrastructures at the hospital have not been maintained since 1975 when the hospital was of- “Renovation is the solution,” The general repairs of the hospital have already started and are being done in segments to keep the health services open “You cannot repair everything at once because we are The hospital cannot close for hospItal on page 2

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