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Consumer News Namibia Magazine April 2013

Consumer News Namibia Magazine April 2013

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Consumer News Namibia Magazine April 2013
Consumer News Namibia Magazine April 2013

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Published by: miltonlouw on Jul 25, 2013
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 APrIL 2013
ISSN 2026-710X 
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When does my debtstop getting bigger?The Land Matters inArt project exhibition Polytechnic of Namibiaenters into an MOUwith the Parliament ofNamibiaRent Control is Neededin NamibiaNamibia’s 2012National Population &Housing Censusresults releasedNamibian Youthrally behind climatechange adaption andMitigation
Namibian CompetitionCommission defnes undertakings
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Willem Gariseb081 249 8161081 551 9337
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When does my debt stopgetting bigger?- P4The Land Matters in Artproject exhibition- P5Polytechnic of Namibia enters into anMOU with the Parliament of Namibia- P6Namibian Competition Commission
denes undertakings
- P8-9SAA improves on-board experience- P9Capacity Advancement Program
(CPA) in Africa kick starts
- P10-11
A consumer’s guide tobuying furniture
- P11
Q & A with Jacqueline Prince
- P12
Namibia’s 2012 National Population &Housing Census results released
- P14
Namibian Youth rally behind climate
change adaption and Mitigation- P15My Point of View- P16-17 
In support of a Basic IncomeGrant (BIG)
- P18Rent Control is Needed in Namibia- P20
Naindjala to meet Sekotswe
in a rematch- P22Toyota Yaris setting therecord straight- P22
Ohorongo Otavi Community TrustDonates new ambulance
- P23
Editor’s Note
et me begin by thanking all our readers and advertisers for all your support in the publication of our Magazine. We are simply therebecause of your support and interest in our publication and wecontinue to be committed in educating and informing consumers on somedynamic principles and ethics that will protect and guide them in their business with retailers.Inside this edition we give you an update on the Namibia 2011 Populationand Housing Census Basic Report published by the Namibia Statistics Agency which noted that the country’s population has grown steadily since1921 rising from one quarter in 1921 through to 1.8 in 2001 and 2.1 in 2011. Wehave also provided consumers with a guide to buying furniture in shops andshade more exciting stories in our regular columns.It is our commitment and responsibility as the Consumer News to be a  watchdog for consumers as we will be the public sphere for discussion of allconsumer related news where consumers raise their issues and the state alsoresponds and update consumers on proceedings which concerns them.Once again we thank you all for taking your time going through the pagesof our May edition. May you be inspired to inspire others to make a positiveimpact in our society, as you read through the pages of this book until we meet again.
ContaCt details
Namibia Consumer Protection Group: Milton Louw. E-mail: miltonlouw@gmail.comNamibia Customer Service Institute: Jon Allen. E-mail:csinstitute@iway.naWebsite: www.namibiacsi.comNamibian Consumer Lobby: Bob Ziekenoppasser. Te: 064 - 46 1461 or 081 284 8000Namibian Standards Institution: Tel: 061 38 6400 / Queries: query@nsi.com.naWebsite: www.nsi.com.na
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