Exactly how many millions did the government lose by not taxing the vendors? Because we are unemployed we are selling to support ourselves.*** *** SMS Of The Day WHY does the Ministry of Finance expect those struggling people on the streets to pay tax?He added that girls come from very far to sell themselves at the border post that that crosses into the Zambezi Region. There is nothing we can do, they are literally hunting and when I talk to them they tell me they come for business,” he said.
REHOBOTH – The Kunene Second Division Football League on Monday expelled Kamanjab-based Revengers Football Club (FC) from the league after they failed to play six league matches, four of them consecutively, in the league's second more THE third annual Southern African Development Community industrialisation week is expected to broaden the participation of the private sector, youth and women in the implementation of the industrialisation strategy and roadmap." target="_blank" title="Share this on facebook" class="icon25 icon-facebook"• ANNA SALKEUSTHE third annual Southern African Development Community industrialisation week is expected to broaden the participation of the private sector, youth and women in the implementation of the industrialisation strategy and roadmap.SMS Of The Day POOR people in Namibia only have value or are worthy when their votes are needed by the rich and selfish politicians during elections.*Namibian Sun journalist Jemima Beukes was in Kasane, Botswana at the invitation of the Sothern African Development Community, in partnership with Namibia's information ministry.She joined journalists from Namibia, Botswana and Zambia on a tour of the Kazangula Bridge construction area between Botswana and Zambia.Asked what he has done as traditional leader to address the issue, he said he has called meetings with truck drivers.
“I have told them that if you need a female, at least use a condom,” he said.
“They come and knock on the door and we know that knock is not a knock for help but for something else,” he said.
The Kazangula Bridge that costs US1 million is co-funded by the Botswana and Zambian governments, but promises very good spinoffs for other Southern African countries, including Namibia.
“If you come here at around you will find some sitting and walking around like ants.” Chimpende had already been delayed for over three days when Namibian Sun met up with him at Kazangula Bridge.
According Steve Mhungu, another trucker, sex workers announced themselves with a distinctive knock on their truck doors.
' programme that examined violence against sex workers in the southern African region, and the implications for their health and well-being, 94% reported some type of violence over a period of one year.