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Nurses urged to perform duties with love and care

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The Executive Director of the Ministry of Health and Social Services, Ben Nangombe, urged nurses to carry out their work with love, diligence, and care.

Ben Nangombe made the appeal during an early International Nurses Day celebration in the capital. 

Nangombe says the day provides an opportunity for nurses to reflect on how to positively impact and better serve the nation.

He says that back in the day, nurses were regarded as angels and must therefore avoid compromising this notion when it comes to providing health care services.

NUDO calls for mature discussions around issues facing party

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The President of the National Unity Democratic Organisation (NUDO) has called for mature discussions around issues facing the party and for unity.

Dr. Utjiua Muinjangue opened the party's national council meeting in Windhoek on Saturday.

The National Council is NUDO's second-highest decision-making body, and its meetings seek to iron out challenges facing the Party ahead of the elective congress.

NUDO leader stresses the party is not only for OvaHerero community

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Namibians need to understand that NUDO is not only for the OvaHerero community. 

Its leader Dr. Utjiua Muinjangue said this at the first NUDO National Council Youth League meeting.

The meeting aims to discuss and provide solutions to challenges facing young people as well as matters pertaining to the development of the country.

Dr. Muinjangue in her address implored Namibians to join the party, adding, NUDO is a home for all.

She reminded members wishing to leave the party that every house has its own problems and that divorce is not a solution.

NUDO Leader Utjiua Muinjangue accuses Germany of discrimination 

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The leader of NUDO accused Germany of discrimination after that country refused to renegotiate its offer of €1 billion for the 1904–08 Nama/OvaHerero genocide.

Utjiua Muinjangue says Germany has created a precedent by agreeing to demands for renegotiating compensation for crimes against humanity and therefore should do so with Namibia as well.

Muinjangue cited as an example an order by Konrad Adenauer, a former German chancellor, to re-negotiate settlements with Jewish groups as a stipend for atrocities committed during the Holocaust.