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New Era Newspaper Tuesday March 20, 2018

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New Era Newspaper Tuesday March 20,

Vol. 23 No. 136 Windhoek, Namibia Tuesday, March 20 2018 Omakange-Opuwo road washed away Damaged… The washed away part of the Omakange-Opuwo road. Photo: Contributed Nuusita Ashipala Ongwediva H in Kunene and Omusati regions, with the situation envisaged to worsen One of the roads af- of which a 330-metre stretch was washed The road was ex- di-Omugulugombashe gravel road was also Governor Erginus Endjala told New Era late Endjala said the Roads construct and maintain to determine the cost of However, the com- time sent a team to the access to the road and the drivers are using a cautioned to be vigi- ROAD on page 2 Inside Today Coast faces hepatitis drug shortage Maria Amakali/ Selma Ikela the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) were arrested - Geiriseb, 29, Naemi Katu- 28, and Nangolo Namngol, 28 are drug law enforcement ments Geiriseb and his coaccused each face a charge of - - - ing the owner of a cannabis - DRUG LORD on page 2 Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr he will investigate the and B medication in the Page 3 INSIDE Find your bumper Independence Anniversary supplement Human folly… This illustrative photo of a Brown Pelican coated in oil in a huge oil spill that occurred in 2010 along the Gulf of Mexico. Photo: National Second oil spill at Walvis lagoon Eveline de Klerk The detection of a second goon has raised fears among coastal residents that the oil - at the lagoon should not be treated as an isolated inci- - to determine the cause of the hence the origin must be sible before more damage is The lagoon is one of the major tourist sites at the and is home to hundreds of SPILL on page 2 Judgement reserved in SME Bank urgent application Roland Routh Zimbabwe and further abroad, SME on page 2

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