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Pay your radio licenses too- Tweya

30/09/2017
by Online writer
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Information and Communication Technology Minister Tjekero Tweya while speaking to The Villager this week confirmed that Namibians are also be required to pay for radio licenses.

“I am aware of cases whereby people buy radios in small shops without bothering to get their radios registered, however, getting yourself a license is the right thing to do,” he told The Villager yesterday.

In an attempt to get compliance from defiant citizens, the police have been roped in while the Minister appeared in a daily newspaper symbolically paying for his TV license.

 Tweya could not say whether the issue of radio licenses will also be rigorously enforced as has been seen so far with TV licenses.