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Police in the Erongo region are investigating a potential drug link around the circumstances leading to the fatal shooting of a Dutch national at Swakopmund on Monday afternoon. A 53-year-old Dutch national, who was murdered in front of his rented Swakopmund home on Monday, was not only known in the drug trafficking network but had a criminal history in the Netherlands, where he was also convicted of murder in 2001. Landless People’s Movement leader Bernardus Swartbooi says Swapo can never be the choice again for Swakopmund, as they had 32 years to develop the town, but failed. WalvisBay ministeragona gonodoropa nekuliko nomukunda doponze Natalia /Goagoses kahundilire vahamenimo novakwatesiko monokampani dopaumwene yipo asi nawo vawizemo yipo vavatere epangero yipo asi natuvenye tuhuyunge eraka limwe mokugusapo udigu womambo. Hostile witnesses and the lack of collaboration or slow response for information crucial to cases from various entities remain a challenge for the Anti-Corruption Commission. In an unprecedented move, the Independent Patriots for Change (IPC) on Saturday elected current Swakopmund mayor Lovisa Kativa to contest for the vacant position of Swakopmund constituency councillor. Landless People’s Movement leader Bernardus Swartbooi says he does not know what to expect from the Pan-African Parliament (PAP). The Affirmative Repositioning movement says it will not field any candidate to contest the upcoming Swakopmund constituency by-election nor will the pressure group back any political party or independent candidate. Namibia understand that a healthy and sustainable ocean will not only fight climate change but also contribute to environmental sustainability, food security, poverty eradication, and social equity. Therefore, Namibia feel compelled to play a pivotal role in the sustainable use of marine resources in the country. One independent candidate and seven political parties will be battling it out in the Swakopmund constituency by-election slated for 12 August 2022. The Google Equiano subsea internet cable that is expected to increase internet speed by over 2.5 times its current speed and increase internet penetration over the next three years was finally brought ashore on Friday morning in Swakopmund. Tertiary education in Namibia has received a significant boost in the form of a futuristic university that will be constructed in Swakopmund to the tune of N$1.6 billion by the Welwitchia Health Training Centre. The Electoral Commission of Namibia will employ 145 polling officials for the Swakopmund constituency by-election. A Swakopmund woman can finally breathe a sigh of relief as the town council resolved to have the particulars of her bigamist husband removed as co-owner of her Build Together house in Mondesa. At least 100 murders were committed with firearms in Namibia, while a total of 410 attempted murder cases were also reported during the last three years. Weapons linked to murders, robberies as well as other illicit crimes were reduced to ashes on Saturday when the Namibian armed forces destroyed 5 532 firearms and 209 933 ammunition at a shooting range outside Walvis Bay. While receiving national documents, shack fire victims at Walvis Bay urged the education ministry to speed up the issuance of duplicate education documents, as they are struggling to secure or apply for jobs. Licensed gun carriers, whether a civilian or law enforcement official, using a firearm to intimidate their partners or threaten others with a weapon, will lose the right to carry it if such incidents are reported to the police. Youth, women unemployment, housing, water and educational infrastructure are some of the most critical areas that need much attention in the Erongo region. Regional governor Neville Andre highlighted this during his state of the region at Swakopmund on Friday. A councillor from the Erongo region expressed his discontent over the impact mines have made in Namibia, despite raking in billions from the country’s natural resources.