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New Era Newspaper Tuesday, February 6, 2018

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4 NEWS Tuesday, February 6 2018 | NEW ERA Armstrong to approach court over botched Rundu deal John Muyamba Rundu Rundu-based property developer Armstrong Properties and million case to court or to start Armstrong company gave Friday to compensate them a private-public partnership (PPP) agreement signed be- Rundu Mayor Verna Sinimbo referred all media queries to the Thikerete for more information regarding the outcome of the Sources said the matter has divided the council as some councillors are against the proj- the broader picture as the project Proponents of the project insist the planned construction Speaking on behalf of Armstrong company, Ferdinand preparations to either the High decision to cancel the PPP agreement came after several councillors started disagreeing the go-ahead by the previous Some councillors allegedly used the complaints by some of the community that the project suburb on an 82-hectare plot in an area south of the Rundu- suburb to be developed by local Rundu has since independence seen the development of suburbs such as Millennium Park, Queens Park and recently Aochamub CEO Staff Reporter Windhoek Former presidential press secretary Albertus Aochamub has accepted the position of Namibia Airports Company (NAC) acting chief seconded by the presidency last tated by the resignation of current ing in that position for the last substantive position as NAC’s Matheus Hamutenya Keetmanshoop Three men accused of the murder of an elderly couple at their farm in in the Keetmanshoop Magistrate’s Julius Frederick Arndt, 40, An- killing Giel and Sarie Botma at farm Lindeshof on Friday night, - outside due to lack of space as the accused, and the police had //Kharas regional commander Commissioner Rudolf Isaak and All three accused are charged - licence, possession of ammunition, theft of a motor vehicle, intent to rob and robbery, but Arndt faces an additional charge Magistrate Frans Anderson, after the prosecutor Marlon Adams objected to bail, saying the court fears the three might abscond once given bail, and that the investigations are still at a sensitive stage The prosecution also asked strategic executive for corporate acting CEO for a period of 12 months or until such time a sub- position of the chief executive fourth quarter of 2018,” NAC’s board chairperson Rodgers Kauta Kauta said Aochamub has demonstrated throughout his fully in different environments, designing and leading strategies that resulted in impressive value that the three suspects be kept at the Keetmanshoop police holding Haulies Visagie, one of the condemn the senseless killing of the couple, said the presence of the community is to demand justice, saying people from dif- He said Aochamub is a trans- president of the Southern African Broadcasting Association (SABA) and also former vice- According to the statement, decade track record in senior management in telecommunica- commercial banking, public broadcasting and the government He has from 2010 to 2015 served as the managing director of Namibia’s public broadcaster, the here as a diverse community and //Kharas regional governor dismayed by the killing of the elderly people, saying she hopes Aochamub Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) and led the broadcaster to being amongst the top three in Southern Africa to have successfully deployed digital terrestrial television ahead of the global The CEO position at the troubled parastatal became vacant suspension in June last year, on full pay, pending investigations Since his suspension, the strategic executive for human resources, Josephine Soroses, acted in the position before being replaced Koës double murder suspects denied bail Suspects… Photo: Matheus Hamutenya less old people, so I hope those responsible do not get bail, they All three suspects indicated aid services, and the magistrate for further police investigations

Tuesday, February 6 2018 | NEW ERA NEWS 5 delayed for four years Nuusita Ashipala - ers are still taught in dilapidated pela said though the situation is still move our learners to one side of - - - as government last year needed an - - Nepela said he was in no posi- In addition to the dilapidated - New Era was also reliably in- - IUM achieves another historic milestone Staff Reporter Windhoek The privately-owned International University of Management (IUM) has attained another praiseworthy milestone when it developed 30 - IUM that has grown in leaps with a handful of students to group of experts and its stake- - - of transition from the old to the in order to ensure that no students will be disadvantaged during the transition from the from the old to the new quali- extra opportunities and extra as- extra opportunity is the Tran- dents with the transition to the in one of the following programmes – Business Admin- - on a break in studies for three years or less were also eligible provided students with an intense short revision of sub- - vided by universities all over the world during the summer designed to provide opportunities to students who needed the extra help in order to move The most important reason of doing well in supplementary have already learned and build knowledge to draw upon in an is offered worldwide and at Town and University of Na- for students who might have IUM students are drawn - Fountain of knowledge…..IUM students attending the summer school Monday, 5 February 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Swakopmund Town (Ferdinand Stich Str 4) 13:00-18:00 Tuesday, 6 February 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Gobabis Town (NG Church Hall) 13:00-18:00 Walvis Bay Town (Behind Welwitschia Medi-park) 13:00-18:00 - This was revealed in the latest daily flood bulletin - - The bulletin said water levels terday and remains higher than Okavango, Zambezi water levels rising - - Nampa Good news …The water level of the Zambezi is rising Wednesday, 7 February 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Ramos Realtors Namibia (Walvis Bay) 09:00-16:00 Thursday, 8 February 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-18:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Elgin Brown & Hamer (Walvis Bay) 10:00-15:00 Friday, 9 February 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Shoprite (Swakopmund) 10:00-15:00 Sponsored by:

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