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Saleh ASSI GETS AROUND U.S. SANCTIONS

Saleh ASSI, a Libanese national who has been under embargo by the American treasury and is not allowed to exercise any commercial activities due to said sanction, has found other means to escape the surveillance and vigilance of the justice system.

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Same old Soccer House shenanigans

Wonders shall never cease to happen and wonders constantly keep on happening, wrongfully at the Soccer House. We have accused the previous administration of all corrupt sorts of practices and the current administration is at the forefront, thereof.

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Radical socio-economic transformation attainable with right class consciousness

To give Namibia’s early resistance advocates, none of whom exist today, and latter day liberation/freedom proponents and agitators if not agents provocateurs, and today’s agents of change, whoever they are and may be, and/or ought to be, the benefit of the doubt, there can be no denying that the country’s basic document, the Constitution, which paved the way or heralded the country’s independence in 1990, is as good as could have been expected in its times.

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There is a time for everything

March 21, 2020 is the 30th year of Namibia’s independence and the inauguration of Namibia’s third president Hage Geingob for his second and final term in office. These dual celebrations are not about one individual, but about what Namibia as an entire nation of 2.6 million people, stands for.

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Radical socio-economic transformation attainable with right class consciousness

To give Namibia’s early resistance advocates, none of whom exist today, and latter day liberation/freedom proponents and agitators if not agents provocateurs, and today’s agents of change, whoever they are and may be, and/or ought to be, the benefit of the doubt, there can be no denying that the country’s basic document, the Constitution, which paved the way or heralded the country’s independence in 1990, is as good as could have been expected in its times.

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Covid testing and tourism

The hard-hit tourism sector has pushed the Ministry of Environment and Tourism to support new wording in the Covid restrictions for entering visitors. The Ministry has agreed to review the regulations regarding when the 72-hour Covid-free test must be done for tourists.

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