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WINDOKO – Fulai ya Sisole sanaha (NDF) yene isizwe kwasikiliti sa Zambezi, ikalile kufaela kokuna ni linziye viki yefelile. More than 500 learners at Omundudu Combined School, who were withdrawn by their unhappy parents pending investigations and a hearing into the alleged misconduct involving two senior staff, have since returned to school. Police chief Sebastian Ndeitunga has cautioned political parties to avoid political violence ahead of what is considered tense regional council and local authority elections. Oshana governor Elia Irimari says although youth unemployment is a national problem, the regional council on its part continues to implement rural development programmes to help create employment opportunities for young people. Ministry of agriculture Executive Director Percy Misika says the commercial commencement of slaughtering of livestock at the Katima Mulilo abattoir will enable cattle farmers to sell their cattle to the abattoir. The Namibian Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) national coordinator, Kalimbo Iipumbu, is optimistic his party is going to perform well in the upcoming regional council and local authority elections, scheduled for next month. The growth and acceptance of opposition politics may be the main factor that more constituencies are to be contested in the upcoming regional council and local authority elections scheduled for 25 November 2020. Players in the tourism industry can now heave a sigh of relief after the government yesterday announced the relaxation of Covid-19 restriction, including the removal of the five-day mandatory test for international visitors. National Youth Service (NYS) Commissioner Felix Musukubili has said given the unemployment rate in the country, particularly among the youth, not all NYS former trainees have secured employment or can create self-employment. Mukurona govaporosi Sebastian Ndeitunga kageve marondoro konombunga politioka asi vahalihamesera komukaro gomudona komeho omu vana kukakondjera mavango momahoroworo gana kuwiza age tuna kumona asi mahoroworo gomadigu unene govakansela wonomukunda ntani wokugendesa nodoropa. The Namibian Bus and Taxi Association (Nabta) has welcomed the relaxation of Covid-19 measures by the government, including the removal of restrictions on passenger numbers in public transport, private vehicles and group tour operators. As part of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations (UN) Day in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic, which is having a major health and economic impact across the globe, the UN praised the Namibian government for its decisive and unprecedented action in containing the spread of the virus.