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Due to continuous budget cuts, the education ministry has mooted a public-private partnership plan to fund its accelerated infrastructure development plan. Over N$3.5 million was paid to 46 communal conservancies to offset losses incurred by their respective members as a result of human-wildlife conflict incidents. Labour inspectors attended to and resolved 3 486 (73%) of 4 793 complaints, of which N$2 83 million has been recovered from employers on behalf of complainants. The long-awaited construction of a student village will finally be realised in the current financial year, higher education minister Itah Kandjii-Murangi said in her budget motivation last week in the National Assembly. THE government over the long-term needs an estimated N$10.5 billion for both bulk and rural water projects. The legal drafting of the much-awaited Land Bill is at an advanced stage and will see it re-tabled in parliament this year. Gaxuse a !âusa ǂnuwihes student hâ!khaib dis gen ē marikurib !nâ nî !khōǂgāhe, tis ge ǀgapi ǁgau!nâs ministers, Itah Kandjii-Murangisa ǁîs di mariǂnûiǂuis di ǂanǂans !nâ !Haosi ǂNûsa !nâ ge mî. The Osona Village homeowners’ association has rejected what they refer to as an abrupt decision by the Okahandja municipality to increase, by more than 100%, the monthly levies charged on individual accounts under the sectional title scheme. Due to budgetary constraints and cumbersome processes, only four individual veterans’ projects were processed during the last financial year. President Hage Geingob said as a government with love and concern for the humanity of all people, they remain committed to the constant improvement of Namibia’s healthcare infrastructure. With the winter season upon us, President Hage Geingob has once again called on Namibians who are unvaccinated to get their Covid-19 shots against the deadly virus. The environment and tourism ministry, with the approval of the Cabinet, has announced the 2022 hunting season for the hunting of huntable game and birds. Prominent clergy, who commented in their personal capacity, argue that in healthy marriages, built on core values of love and respect, rape is non-existent. Namibia has once again raised its voice by telling critics of trophy hunting to listen to those who have a track record in conservation, and that countries banning hunting and the import of trophies would not help conservation. Scores of people who illegally occupied land at Okahandja are facing eviction after the local municipality applied for a court order to force settlers off the unserviced property. Namibians breathed a collective sigh of relief as the news broke early last night that four ‘missing’ tourists were alive and well after a distress call was received by tourism officials over the weekend. A fierce battle is brewing between political parties, with some having launched their 2024 election campaigns, while others expose purported unfair labour practices countrywide in an attempt to win the hearts of the electorate. As tourists return in numbers to explore Namibia’s unique beauty, the tourism sector is facing a shortage of vehicles for rent. A lawyer representing the Grootfontein municipal council has recommended that the local authority press charges against its under-fire CEO Kisco Sinvula for alleged serious violations. The many Okahandja residents, who occupied or will occupy unserviced municipal land, will have to fork out an extra N$50 to the council per household once the new 2022 proposed tariffs are implemented.