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New Era Newspaper Wednesday December 13, 2017

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New Era Newspaper Wednesday December 13,

Vol. 23 No. 075 Windhoek, Namibia Wednesday, December 13 2017 Matheus Hamutenya Keetmanshoop Keetmanshoop Rural Constituency Councillor Elias !Kharuxab has shot down claims that he had asked his volunteer to stop working Inside Today Nampol to set up festive emergency centres With the number of road accidents on the rise and lives being needlessly lost as a result, the Namibian police will be setting up temporary emergency centres to cater for peak-season emergencies. . Page 3 IATA ropes in global airline industry to The International Air and Transport Association (IATA) has called on governments and law enforcement agencies around the world to provide clear and anonymous mechanisms for airline staff members to report potential human Page 9 a member of the Landless People’s Movement.New Era understands that Charles Jossop has been a volunteer at the councillor’s satellite for Development (WAD) centre in Keetmanshoop since November last year, but was Selma Ikela Windhoek The health care risk waste treatment facility expected to open next year in the capital city is environmentally safe. towards the end of last month informed he could no longer work there.Jossop claims he was told by the councillor ation with LPM, a movement Jossop has fondly supported since its inception. COUNCILLOR on page 2 Not true… Keetmanshoop Rural Constituency Councillor Elias !Kharuxab The facility, which consists of a fuel pump, autoclave and incinerator, came about as a result of the municipality identifying gaps in how health care risk waste is generally managed in the city. Maria Amakali Windhoek that the country is currently experiencing, the judiciary system is working hard to ensure the backlog of court cases is shortened. The lower courts recorded a total of 44,857 criminal cases brought before them during the 2016/2017 financial year, and out of that number, the lower courts Pilchard fishing banned until 2020 Albertina Nakale Windhoek rate for lower courts at 56% COURTS on page 2 In an attempt to help save the is in danger of extinction in Namibian waters, Cabinet has endorsed that the total allowable catch (TAC) for the species be set at zero metric ton for the 2018- This is contrary to media Bernhardt Esau early this year reportedly ignored advice from pushed ahead with the allocation of pilchard quotas, a species declared “depleted” and in danger of extinction off the Namibian coast. At the time, Esau denied allegations he had ignored recommendations from scientists in the ministry, adding he was not merely pushing for the interests of pilchard companies. Minister of Information and Communication Technology Tjekero Tweya, who yesterday announced the Cabinet decision on the TAC, defended Esau, say- advice. PILCHARD on page 2 Till further notice… An aerial shot of Lüderitz harbour. Fishing companies may not catch pilchard until at least 2020. Photo: Nampa CoW’s N million incinerator declared safe INCINERATOR on page 2 All set… Windhoek municipal section engineer Stellio Tsauseb at site. Photo: Selma Ikela New Era Newspaper @NewEraNewspaper #NewEraNewspaper appclassifieds/discover

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