The structures of illegal settlers at Groot Aub may be demolished if they fail to produce valid title deeds.
Namibia is finally going to have a rehabilitation centre that will cater for young people under the age of 18.
-Last year's budget cuts negatively affected the work of Parliamentary standing committees in both the National Assembly and the National Council.
-The Ministry of Health and Social Services has dispelled reports that it is in short supply of the rabies vaccines.
-Chaos almost erupted between minibus drivers and owners of sedan cars over the use of the B1 terminal rank along the Independence Avenue.
-Development partners want President Hage Geingob to commit more resources towards addressing socio-economic challenges as well as highlight achievements in his State of the Nation address.
-Despite the destruction of crops by worms in some parts of the country, Namibia expects a bumper harvest's of close to 70 000 metric tons of white maize this year.
-Opposition MPs say they want the President to suggest concrete measures on how to deal with corruption, improve economic growth, remove the northern veterinary cordon fence and poverty eradication.
The Chief Regional Officer of Erongo has appealed to political leaders to do more in the fight against alcohol and drug abuse at schools.
Nedbank Namibia is sponsoring the University of Namibia's upcoming graduation ceremony with roughly half of the N$700 000 needed to host the event at the Windhoek campus
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