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New Era Newspaper Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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New Era Newspaper Wednesday, September 20,

Vol. 23 No. 284 Windhoek, Namibia Wednesday, September 20 2017 19 teachers arrested over N million fraud Inside Today Governor Endjala’s driver sues over dismissal The Ministry of Urban and Rural Development (MURD) has been sum- Labour Commission for an arbitration hearing over the alleged unfair and illegal dis- Omusati Regional Governor Erginus Endjala. Page 3 Eos Capital takes majority stake in pre-fab Bay-based insulated panel turer, Panel to Panel. The deal is said to be worth several million dollars. Namibian Competition Commission approval, aims to support the industrialisation offering, establishing export market . Page 9 Staff Reporter Deputy Commissioner Evans Simasiku Ombudsman issues for New Era, Kundana - pers, New Era and Kundana, have again emerged as the only two national newspapers Albertina Nakale T gion, some of whom are believed million. fraud and money laundering, after they allegedly swindled the Minis- government employ, but remained on the government payroll drawing a monthly salary as if ombudsman. anything for granted, even in this mo- managing editor Toivo Ndjebela. Information and Communi- Tjekero Tweya and the NEPC lated NEPC on its fair and registered with the media ombudsman during the period in registered against The Namibian, of media ombudsman. OMBUDSMAN on page 2 Telling the Namibian story… President Hage Geingob on Monday appeared on Russia Today’s On Contact show, hosted by author and social critic Chris Hedges. During the interview, held in New York on the sidelines of the ongoing UN General Assembly, President Geingob outlined the steps taken by the government to attract foreign direct investment through laws such as the recently signed Public Private Partnership Act. According to NBC, Geingob also used the opportunity to map out Namibia’s strategic location, which serves as a gateway to landlocked countries in southern Africa. The president is expected to deliver his speech at the General Assembly later today. Photo: Contributed Others are believed to have been getting salaries not in the range of their agreed - department. Sakuwa told New Era yesterday that the “The ministry undertook an audit and to investigate and then arrested them,” Sakuwa said. Staff Reporter TEACHERS on page 2 UN vote was on not against R2P Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah through the exhaustive informal dialogue sessions that would have allowed all member states to fully agree on what the issue are. item on the agenda of the 72nd General of International Relations, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, yesterday. - years that the item has been put on the UN on page 2 New Era Newspaper @NewEraNewspaper #NewEraNewspaper appclassifieds/discover

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