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Since the start of the current marketing season in May 2020, more commercial imports were received – and by end of December 2020, Namibia has imported about 29 400 metric tons of cereal. Two former executives of the Namibia Institute of Pathology (NIP) have questioned the manner in which the company handled a disciplinary process, which recommended their dismissal in October last year. Namibia will know next week whether the new variant of the novel coronavirus, which was confirmed in neighbouring South Africa, is responsible for the surge of local infections reported in December last year. Cabinet has formally taken a final decision to continue with plans to file for voluntary liquidation of Air Namibia, President Hage Geingob revealed yesterday. Mokugusapo udigu ou vanakara nawo woyimaliwa, ntani ekonomi lyetu lina pilire kuwapa, ministeli zerongo kavageve mbudi asi kuna kukagusapo mavango nagenye gana kara asi kapisi gourongi meyereko lyoyimaliwa kutunda momvhura ezi 2020/21 ntani 2021/22 dogoro komeho oko. Namibia and Botswana yesterday reaffirmed their initial plans to jointly set up a multi-billion-dollar pipeline that would draw water from the Atlantic Ocean that will be shared as desalinated water by both countries. One of the former executives of the Namibia Institute of Pathology (NIP) Jennifer Kauapirura has denied reports her employment contract was terminated for alleged misconduct. International relations minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah has defended the usage of a government car with a driver by the former executive director in the ministry Selma Ashipala-Musavyi. The University of Namibia has produced about 300 medical doctors since the School of Medicine opened its doors in 2010. The majority of small-scale farmers remain trapped within the subsistence agriculture system and according to the authorities this has resulted in a slower transition in the local economy to more industrialised methods that produce sophisticated high-value goods for export and domestic markets. The government of Japan has pledged to provide food aid worth about N$50 million in support of the Namibian government’s efforts in tackling hardship caused by the prolonged drought and Covid-19 pandemic. The education minister, Anna Nghipondoka, has encouraged learners who last year sat for the revised Namibian Senior Secondary Certificate Ordinary (NSSCO) level and who qualify for admission for the advanced subsidiary (AS) to proceed to that level.