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Chinese medical students
So Utoni Nujoma says he sees nothing wrong with becoming a medical doctor after scoring less than the required points in Grade 12? Hage please don’t give this man any position in your administration. Please!

*Is the justice minister serious? If these students could not even qualify to study medicine here, how did they get it right to do so in China? And how ignorant is the minister to defend such nonsense? And these people are expected to come back and treat our poor masses, who cannot go to private doctors. God help us! Read more about Say it

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Elections should be issue-based

Joseph Kauandenge writes:
A clarion call to the voters in the upcoming elections in November is that this election should be issue-based, as Namibia is fast sliding into a country that rewards corruption above honestly - a country that strives to empower the rich and the powerful at the expense of the poor.
Liberation politics and the glorification of battles won decades ago cannot provide food, work or shelter for the impoverished masses of this country.
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PRISONERS’ WOES
Minister of Safety and Security and Minister of Health and Social Services, why don't you talk and agree with one another for the sake of prisoners, especially those in police holding cells, not to queue up for their treatment? At Lüderitz State Hospital, inmates are queuing up like any other patients and some of them are dangerous to the public.
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What constitutes a family?

Do not judge TB Joshua

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Save Namibian students from being deported

Sam Hamunyela writes:
I am a Namibian studying International Economics and Trade in China and in my third year now. I have a loan from the NSFAF.
I learned with shock that some of my fellow Namibian students at Liaoning Medical University in China are about to be deported if the government or the NSFAF does not come to their rescue because they have less than the 35 points required by the NSFAF.
I am advising and appealing to the NSFAF to consider funding these students based on the following points;
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OvaHerero
Why are the Ovaherero always picking fights with each other? Is unity not more important than personal squabbles or differences? I am tired of these arguments and distractions. Why can’t we just support each other as a people?

TB Joshua
It is not up to us to judge who and what TB Joshua is. WE can only speculate, but God knows the truth and the content of his heart. I pray for all the victims and families of those who were in the church building in Lagos, when it collapsed. Read more about Say it

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Readers react to dissention over Rukoro chieftaincy

The newly elected OvaHerero Paramount Chief Vekuii Rukoro has come under fire from certain prominent individuals, including Swapo MP Kazenambo Kazenambo, who accused Rukoro of hypocrisy. This is how some of our readers reacted to the story on Facebook.
Kaptein Pejarukani Ujava Muramba: Chief Riruako was a tactician (may his soul rest in eternal peace). He co-opted the counter-hegemonic force in the name of advocate Vekui Rukoro. Now the challenge is upon Rukoro to prove to the world that he is not a belly politician, but a community leader.
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Politics
Swapo is spreading naked lies that people are rejoining Swapo. We RDP members are still sticking to our guns.

*All presidential candidates, where possible please speak your mother tongue. Too much English is too formal. Make people understand your message properly. Read more about Say it

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