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Despite ending the state of emergency, declared over the new novel coronavirus crisis, President Hage Geingob yesterday warned it was too early to claim the victory of a decline. The health ministry has confirmed the parcels, prepared by relatives and friends of Namibian students currently studying in Cuba, will finally leave the country this week via Johannesburg. Khomas acting regional education director Paulus Lewin said over 80% of learners in the Khomas region have returned to school except for some few schools, which could not resume due to various reasons. The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) said it has captured approximately 188 000 eligible voters during the just-ended supplementary registration of voters (SRV) process, conducted from 7-15 September 2020. In an attempt to attract more investment to the country, government will soon introduce electronic visa applications, and plans are afoot to grant businesspeople long-term visas. The African migratory red locusts continue to destroy grazing areas and crops extensively in the Zambezi region and have now reportedly started to spread further to other areas. Nguuru gomukunda Zambezi Lawrence Sampofu katente asi vanafarama womoMusele Island vahakambadara asi kusinga nongombe dawo ditunde mevango lina asi dize nako peke, dogoro mukisi ogu gokana nokakombo guna haga. Agriculture minister Calle Schlettwein yesterday said an estimated N$30 million will be required to contain the African migratory red locust outbreak in the Zambezi region, which has destroyed 500 hectares of grazing land. The environment ministry is in the process of reviewing the Environmental Management Act of 2007 to provide reinforcement and punitive measures for non-adherence by issuing admission of guilt fines. Health minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula this week re-introduced a motion seeking the establishment of an African Medicine Agency (AMA), which will serve as the continental regulatory body of medicines and medical products. “At the moment, the numbers are still very low though, as most of the people on the incoming planes seem to be returning residents, students, volunteers and The funding is an increase of about N$200 million from the N$1.3 billion (US$81 million) that the programme provided this year.