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Namibia:Govt Facing Financial Ruin

  • Fri, 02 Feb 2018 16:25
[Deutsche Welle] A perfect storm of external events and domestic mismanagement has brought Namibia to its knees. The government cannot even afford to feed its army and the president has stopped using his private jet. AllAfrica News: Economy, Business and Finance

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