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NAMIBIA: Textile sector stumbles as foreign owners pull out
19 May 2005 (IRIN ), Namibia's troubled textile industry was dealt a serious blow on Thursday when 1,600 workers were retrenched.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/54520/NAMIBIA-Textile-sector-stumbles-as-foreign-owners-pull-out
NAMIBIA: Textile sector stumbles as foreign owners pull out
19 May 2005 (IRIN ), Namibia's troubled textile industry was dealt a serious blow on Thursday when 1,600 workers were retrenched.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/54519/NAMIBIA-Textile-sector-stumbles-as-foreign-owners-pull-out
NAMIBIA: Programmes on AIDS and sex education scarce in rural areas
18 May 2005 (IRIN ), A senior Namibian government official has expressed concern over the scarcity of programmes on HIV/AIDS prevention and sex education in rural areas, and the resulting negative impact on young people.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/38590/NAMIBIA-Programmes-on-AIDS-and-sex-education-scarce-in-rural-areas
NAMIBIA: Threat of fine, prison sparks response from land owners
10 May 2005 (IRIN ), A recent newspaper advert exhorting the owners of farmland in Namibia to provide their details to the government or face a stiff fine, imprisonment or both, has brought a flood of responses.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/54333/NAMIBIA-Threat-of-fine-prison-sparks-response-from-land-owners
NAMIBIA: Threat of fine, prison sparks response from land owners
10 May 2005 (IRIN ), A recent newspaper advert exhorting the owners of farmland in Namibia to provide their details to the government or face a stiff fine, imprisonment or both, has brought a flood of responses.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/54332/NAMIBIA-Threat-of-fine-prison-sparks-response-from-land-owners
NAMIBIA: BIG could be beautiful for the poor
29 April 2005 (IRIN ), Namibian churches and NGOs have launched a coalition to lobby for the introduction of a universal grant to provide a safety net for the country's poor.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/54153/NAMIBIA-BIG-could-be-beautiful-for-the-poor
NAMIBIA: BIG could be beautiful for the poor
29 April 2005 (IRIN ), Namibian churches and NGOs have launched a coalition to lobby for the introduction of a universal grant to provide a safety net for the country's poor.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/54152/NAMIBIA-BIG-could-be-beautiful-for-the-poor
NAMIBIA: New challenge to election results
22 April 2005 (IRIN ), Four opposition parties have jointly applied to Namibia's High Court to have the November 2004 elections declared null and void, with the request that the poll be rerun.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/54041/NAMIBIA-New-challenge-to-election-results
NAMIBIA: New challenge to election results
22 April 2005 (IRIN ), Four opposition parties have jointly applied to Namibia's High Court to have the November 2004 elections declared null and void, with the request that the poll be rerun.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/54040/NAMIBIA-New-challenge-to-election-results
NAMIBIA: More refugees want to return to Caprivi, UNHCR
20 April 2005 (IRIN ), The voluntary repatriation of refugees from Botswana to Namibia's Caprivi region has encouraged others to follow suit, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) told IRIN.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/53982/NAMIBIA-More-refugees-want-to-return-to-Caprivi-UNHCR

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