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During the 2021/22 financial year, the Public Service Commission (PSC) recorded 91 cases of misconduct, of which 76 cases (84%) were processed while 15 cases (16%) were carried over to the following financial year. The town of Rehoboth is finding ways to address land and housing issues to help low-income earners struggling with affordability. Secretary to Cabinet George Simataa said the allocation of N$1.7 billion for the 2024/25 civil servants’ wage increase, despite the existing bloated public wage bill, is “essential” to avoid making them sacrificial lambs. With the end of 2023 drawing near, President Hage Geingob and his administration reflected on the events of the year yesterday. The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Human Resources and Community Development reprimanded the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology (MICT) for not appearing before the committee previously. -Legacy there for all to see -Namibians becoming too tribal While Namibia boasts some of the best roads in the world, there is a glaring reality; that of deteriorated rural road networks, which makes it nearly impossible for residents to access basic services. The confidentiality of past interviews should not be misconstrued as a lack of transparency in the process, Chief Justice Peter Shivute said on Friday. The fixed-term solid waste workers in the Windhoek municipality believe their pleas are consistently being ignored. As Namibia continues to pursue the green transition agenda, the country has cemented its position as one of the countries in the world emerging as a “clean energy superpower” at the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference, commonly known as COP28. Despite discontent concerning the reported unfavourable work conditions faced by fixed-term solid waste workers in the Windhoek municipality, the City of Windhoek insists that it has addressed their demands. As the curtain draws close on 2023 with only a week left until we welcome 2024, it’s time to reflect on the dynamic and eventful year that unfolded within the halls of the Namibian Parliament. The education ministry’s executive director Sanet Steenkamp has expressed optimism about the state of education in the country. Muzamaisi walikolo la tuto Sanet Steenkamp ubonisize sepo hala mayemo atuto mwana. Newly inaugurated President Nangolo Mbumba, who succeeded the late President Hage Geingob, has promised to pick up from where his predecessor left off and continue his legacy. Namibiab ge ǀasa presidenta ūhâ. ǀAsase go ǀnauǂgāhe !Hūb di ǁûb, Nangolo Mbumbab ge ge mîǁgui, ǁîb di ai!gû-aob go ǁnāxūpa ūkhâi tsî ǁîb di ǀumisa nî ai!gû-ūsa. The leadership of Swapo has kept their cards close to their chests regarding the way forward in terms of filling the vacant position of the party’s president. President Nangolo Mbumba says he has no presidential ambitions beyond 21 March 2025, quashing claims that he could run for the highest office in the land in November. South African president Cyril Ramaphosa described the late president Hage Geingob as his elder brother and a close friend. One of Africa’s youngest Cabinet ministers at 27, Theofelus was propelled into her new role by new President Nangolo Mbumba along with John Mutorwa, who, while holding the Works and Transport portfolio, is now also deputy prime minister.