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The Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) says unhappy, rejected students who applied for state funding for the 2021 academic year have been given the full picture for their application rejection. The veterinary services have so far managed to vaccinate 70 354 cattle out of 75 000 target population against foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), which is fast spreading in the Zambezi region. The tourism industry fears a bumpy road still lies ahead of them, despite relatively favourable protocols, which encourage international tourists to visit the country. Namibia has indicated its intention to contribute to the United Nations Food Systems Summit by convening dialogues at both national and sub-national levels. Despite fears that coronavirus infections have not dropped sufficiently and many people are still vaccine-hesitant, the education ministry’s executive director Sanet Steenkamp believes resuming face-to-face learning is of paramount importance. Pre-primary to grade 9 pupils, currently on a winter holiday, will resume contact learning on 4 August 2021. While government continues to urge all Namibians to get vaccinated against the deadly Covid-19, Zambezi only has two fixed vaccination points and three mobile teams to cover the entire region. Health minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula has warned healthcare workers who ignore scientific evidence and spread anti-vaccination messages to patients and the public will face prosecution. The education ministry says significant progress has been made towards the implementation of the Covid-19 plan for the construction and renovation of ablution facilities, hostel accommodation and water provision. The education fraternity has remembered late higher education deputy minister Veno Kauaria as a “real educationalist”, who served the interests of all Namibians. Mutayi obona zamipendo yalimunanu kutisa cwale use upendile likomu zelikana 70 354, hala zelikana 75 000 zelelezwi kusilelezwa kwabutuku bwataku ni mulomo, bobunze buambalakana kakuankufa mwasikiliti saZambezi. Muuso hauzwelapili kususueza bayahi kaufela banaha Namibia kuya kwamupendo wakuisileleza kwabutuku bobusituhu bwa Covid-19, sikiliti saZambezi sina nilibaka feela zepeli zeinelezi, ni likwata zetalu zezamaya kusebeleza sikiliti kaufela. Namibia’s lion population continues to grow steadily, with 2020 statistics indicating that the wildcats’ population stands at approximately 800 countrywide.