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New Era Newspaper Tuesday January 9, 2018

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New Era Newspaper Tuesday January 9,

Vol. 23 No. 086 Windhoek, Namibia Tuesday, January 9 2018 Nine die in accidents yesterday Inside Today Parental involvement needed in education //Karas Regional Director of Education, /Awebahe //Hoeseb has reiterated the call to all education stakeholders, particular parents, to increase their involvement and strengthen their collaboration with the ministry to ensure the success of the country’s children. Page 3 World stocks rally grinds higher; London hits new peak The global 2018 rally continued to grind higher yesterday, with London hitting an all-time peak amid broad gains in Asia and Europe. Page 9 Est. 1990 Est. 1990 Est. 1990 New Era Newspaper Aron Mushaukwa Katima Mulilo Nine people died in accidents that occurred yesterday at Ondangwa and Kikiya village in Zambezi Region, bringing a dark shadow on what was anticipated to be a festive season of fewer accidents than the past few years. Yesterday at Kikiya village in Sibbinda Constituency, three people died on the spot while two others died on the way to hospital after an overloaded minibus they were travelling in left the road and overturned. + + + + R R ACCIDENTS on page 2 Meatco, Brukkaros to share Norwegian quota Proportional… Meat Corporation of Namibia (Meatco) and Brukkaros Meat Processor are again set to share the 1,600-tonne Norwegian beef quota. @NewEraNewspaper #NewEraNewspaper R Sad end… of its eight occupants. Photo: Aron Mushaukwa Staff Reporter Windhoek Meat Corporation of Namibia (Meatco) and Brukkaros Meat Processor are again set to share the 1,600-tonne Norwegian beef export quota, said the Minister of Industrialization, Trade and SME Development, Immanuel Ngatjizeko. Ngatjizeko said that Meatco was allocated 1,300 tonnes while Brukkaros was allocated 300 tonnes for 2018. The quota allocations for 2018 became effective on January 1 and must be exhausted fully in the given year. MEATCO on page 2 Holding out… A resilient farmer, who has not lost hope, ploughing Farmers stop ploughing due to lack of rains Aron Mushaukwa Katima Mulilo Crop farmers in the Zambezi Region have provisionally suspended the ploughing and planting of their spell characterised by a lack of OPEN DAY OPEN DAY DAY FOR FOR DISTANCE DISTANCE LEARNING LEARNING STUDENTS FOR DISTANCE LEARNING STUDENTS Date: Date: 11 January 11 January 2018 2018 11 January 2018 2018 Time: Time: 8 am Date: 8 - am 5 pm - am 5 11 pm January 2018 - pm Venue: Venue: 34 Time: 34 34 Schonlein 34 8 am Schonlein 8 Street - am 5 Street pm - Street 5 pm Street Venue: Windhoek Windhoek 34 West, 34 West, Schonlein Namibia West, Namibia Street Street Namibia Windhoek West, Namibia Windhoek West, Namibia rainfall and low ground moisture. They say they are tired of the wait-and-see game as since the start of the year it has not rained – as a result the land is dry and they are left hopeless and in desperation. FARMERS on page 2 appclassifieds/discover

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