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New Era Newspaper Wednesday January 24, 2018

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New Era Newspaper Wednesday January 24,

Vol. 23 No. 097 Windhoek, Namibia Wednesday, January 24 2018 Windhoek National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor) managing director, Immanuel Mulunga, and IT executive Bonifatuis Konjore, resumed work on Monday after being placed Namcor board chairperson, Patrick Kauta, ecutives had returned to work, adding that the Inside Today Upper middleincome claims more Ever since the World Namibia as an upper middle-income country, many local non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are struggling to remain investigation into their alleged misconduct is forensic investigation to verify allegations Kauta late last year at a press conference lunga and Konjore on special leave pending NAMCOR on page 2 Photo: Emmency Nuukala Ex-girlfriend court appearance Maria Amakali Windhoek allegedly shot his ex-girlfriend to death on Sunday yesterday in the Windhoek Windhoek tura, where he was denied Neuaka, shocked the nation when he fatally shot his ex- 'KILLER' on page 2 Tourism to rake in N.4 billion by 2020 Water tanks rolled out to combat hepatitis E outbreak Page 3 NamPower signs N.5 billion, 25- Diaz Wind Power NamPower has signed a 25-year power purchase agreement with Diaz Wind Power, for the offtake of electricity from a 44 MW wind power Page 9 Photo: Namibia Tourism Expo Windhoek The Namibian hospitality industry is projected to inject coffers by the year 2020 through tourism and other related valueadded activities and services within overall gross domestic product dustry is projected to create 123,000 A bullish Minister of Environment and Tourism, Pohamba Shife- the outlook of the tourism industry of the Tourism Satellite Account in the outlook are consistent with the projected increases in foreign and Tourism Pohamba ists to Namibia is expected to jump the tourism sector over the next four TOURISM on page 2 The health ministry is rolling out potable water tanks to Wind- are currently under the heavy The water tanks were scheduled for distribution to the affected settlements before the end of this week to help contain the outbreak, which has so far infected nearly 300 people, hospitalized eight The councillor of Moses Garoeb Constituency, Martin David, told New Era yesterday that people who are far from wa- from this initiative, which is in its WATER on page 2 WE WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU Participate in our surveys and stand a chance to WIN a weekend away for two at any NWR Resort worth N$ 5000. Visit to participate. New Era Newspaper @NewEraNewspaper #NewEraNewspaper appclassifieds/discover

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