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Kamwi
How can Minister Kamwi want to allow medical staff to make mistakes, which the public must just accept? It is corrupt! Then they can sterilise all women and nothing wil be done to them. Read more about Say it

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Namibian men are also bullied

Concerned man writes:
A couple of local newspapers have published letters recently that criticise all Namibian men for the spate of violence against women. However, these writers fail to comment on the violence against men. One interesting question was asked: “What went wrong?”
Why has there been so much violence taking place in Namibia?
Why are men killing women in this country like animals?
What triggers a man to throw his whole life and future away by committing a crime? Does he feel justified to take his partner’s life because she was?
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African Renaissance in the Namibian context

Jesaya Hano-oshike writes:
African Renaissance is a philosophy or ideology that seeks to convey a positive vision of Africa as a peaceful, democratic, and market-oriented continent.
It aims to attract foreign trade and investment, as well as the thousands of talented Africans and billions of flight capital now in safe havens abroad.
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NAU praises Geingob Read more about News shorts

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Church
Dear concerned member of Christ the King in Onekwaya West. Did you witness the election of church wardens and all board members on March 30? Do have an audited financial report? Once you witness and read the financial report in my possession, I can also agree with you that something is wrong with this congregation.

Archers and swimmers
Congratulations to our archers and swimmers who returned to Namibia with so many medals! How we wish other sport codes can follow your example! Read more about Say it

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Dukwe refugees need political solution

Mulife Muchali writes:
The fear-mongering tactics meant to force Caprivian refugees to return home won’t work. Such misguided and ill-advised proposals as reported by the Namibian Sun can only work if the signatories to the 1951 Geneva Convention - Botswana, Namibia and other SADC states - abandon their commitment to the United Nations treaty, which would be catastrophic!
Namibia and its SADC member States are signatories too many refugee protocols, such as the AU Convention Governing Specific Aspects of Refugee Problems in Africa, which was adopted in 1969.
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Vision 2030 is achievable

Indileni Set Sam Iipinge writes:
In his introduction to the Vision 2030 document the Founding President of the Republic of Namibia, His Excellency Dr Sam Nujoma, said: “By the year 2030, with all of us working together, we should be an industrial nation enjoying prosperity, interpersonal harmony, peace and political stability.”
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Castration
Why is Swapo’s MP Ncube so ignorant of the developments in the country, by showing such a low reasoning by calling for the castration of women murderers? Before Swapo's administration crime and all vices were minimal. Then came Swapo, with its out this world laws and policies, messing up the once orderly situation. She must instead tell her arrogant party government to restore the situation to its original state. Read more about Say it

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Blouwes community eagerly awaits minister's decision

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City land

I want to commend Margareth Mensah-Williams for her bravery and speaking up against her greedy fellow politicians who think they deserve land more than the poor who voted for them. Thank you Honourable Mensah-Williams for standing up for the voiceless. You are a true leader and I wish others were like you instead of just enriching themselves even though they already get all kinds of special benefits but they continue to want more. Read more about Say It

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