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People living with disabilities are calling on the government to introduce a mass campaign to ensure that they are not discriminated against, especially when demanding for services at private and government institutions. President Hage Geingob has congratulated opposition parties who performed relatively well during the just ended regional council and local authority elections, saying his party was ready to work with them. President Hage Geingob has told his Cabinet colleagues to step up and increase their speed of implementation to the commensurate level of expectations of the population. Vice President Nangolo Mbumba says Namibia is good at planning and must now become excellent at execution. The Cabinet Committee on Legislation (CCL), chaired by the justice minister Yvonne Dausab, has approved amendments to the Combatting of Rape Act as well as the Combatting of Domestic Violence Act. WINDOKO – Mueteleli wanaha Hage Geingob ulumbile likopano zelwanisana zene ezize hande mwaliketisa za likiliti ni litolopo zene felile cwalecwale, mi naize kopano yahae ika sebeza ni zona. Heartfelt tributes poured in yesterday from all corners of the country following the passing on of Swapo parliamentarian and former executive chairperson of the National Youth Council Mandela Kapere. While Namibia is appreciative of the three initial draft tariff offers that are ready for implementation, government said it is concerned about the commencement of trading guided by the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement. Namibia will require nearly N$576.3 million over five years to implement the National Action Plan for Health Security Plan (NAPHS). As tributes continue to pour in for the late Swapo leader Mandela Kapere, National Assembly Speaker Peter Katjavivi says the house has lost a bright parliamentarian with so much promise. In celebrating Human Rights Day, Namibia has pledged to continue recognizing the importance of promoting and protecting all fundamental human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development, to realise the goals of the 2030 Agenda. The month of October has recorded a notable room and bed occupancy with 15%, compared to 5-7% between July and September, which are the traditional high season months for tourism.