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New Era Newspaper Wednesday November 22, 2017

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New Era Newspaper Wednesday November 22,

Vol. 23 No. 061 Windhoek Namibia Wednesday, November 22 2017 Inside Today Students accidentally burn down hostel About 11 boys at the Oshela Secondary School in Ohangwena Region lost after their room was gutted The blaze tore through the damage to three other rooms Page 3 Robert Mugabe Mugabe steps down Staff Reporter Windhoek T h e s p e a k e r o f t h e Z i m b a b w e a n p a r l i a m e n t J a c o b amid a heated debate on the impeachment of Zimbabwean President yesterday that the aging head of state, who ruled Zimbabwe for more than 37 years, has MUGABE on page 2 Uncertainty over N,8 billion bond downgrade Desie Heita Windhoek The latest downgrading of has put in a predicament institutions holding Namibia’s N,8 billion in bonds and notes, Fitch Ratings downgraded all of the market to BB+ from BBB-, which is essentially a note to those holding the bonds that such bonds are prone to changes in the conditions of the it still pose challenges to institutions they only hold high yield bonds that are itself considering how long to hold onto the bonds that are not rated according to DOWNGRADE on page 2 Bullish… Treasury has promised to immediately address the concerns raised by Fitch. Children’s future threatened by poverty and violence – UNICEF Photo: Emmency Nuukala No easy path … Children in the world feel disenfranchised and key Staff Reporter Windhoek face a much bleaker future, much worse despite the progress that has been made in According to the UNICEF analysis, 180 most of the world’s children, the fact that UNICEF on page 2 Philemon Kanime Voters’ roll fraud charges reinstated against Kanime Roland Routh Windhoek Following a successful appeal by the prosecutor-general against the Section 174 discharge of former Nangombe, former Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) boss Philemon Kanime, and the former systems administrator at Sarel Jacobs in January 2014, two judges of the Windhoek High Court yesterday ordered High Court Judge Alfred Siboleka, who wrote the judgment in agreement with Judge Christi Liebenberg, yesterday set aside Jacobs that acquitted Nangombe VOTERS on page 2 BOOK ON THE GO Our app has been reimagined from the ground up so you can get a little more from it. You can now make and pay for your bookings while on the go. View our resorts and camps even when you are offline. NamLeisure Card applications can also be made right from the app. Download it now for your iOS and Android device.

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