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Duits!hūb ǀaedī-aos ge ûikuriga DRC ǁanǁguib ǀhûhâsib hîa Tsoaxubams, Erongo ǀkharib !nâ ǁgoes din xa nî ǂâihōhe. ǁÎs ge N$9 miljun marisa ǀkhaeb ase ge mā DRC !nâs ǀhûhâsib omkhâisens !aroma sentersa nî ǂnuwihega. The Association of Local Authorities in Namibia’s president Samuel !Oë-Amseb has said the central government needs to consider an improved funding formula for local authorities’ capital projects. Namibia needs to build competent and accountable institutions to manage oil revenue and minimise the risk of corruption by closing all legislative loopholes in order to avoid an oil curse. A consignment of 42 000 tonnes of petroleum coke (petcoke) is currently being offloaded at the port of Walvis Bay. Petcoke is a final carbon-rich solid material that derives from oil refining, and is one type of the group of fuels referred to as cokes. WALVIS BAY – A Swiss woman, who was in possession of an artefact taken during the Ovaherero-Nama genocide, has returned the piece to Namibia. The mother of a murdered five-year-old boy from Walvis Bay has laid the blame squarely on the uncaring attitude and negligence of the police in the town. Family members of Riddick Ricky Narib, who is accused of killing his stepson, Wilfred Dantani Eiseb, on Friday, issued a heartfelt apology to his mother and Namibians at large for the senseless killing. The often-assaulted mother of the five-year-old boy who was allegedly killed by his stepfather, was caught between a rock and a hard place when she attempted to withdraw one of the assault cases against the accused. Memory Eises was hit with a brick in the head. Parents of primary school learners who did not obtain spaces in schools are urged to be patient as the Erongo Regional Council is addressing the delay experienced with the construction of a new school. Family members of the one-year-old boy who was allegedly killed on Friday by his mother, a former policewoman, said his father was trying to get full custody of the child. The Erongo Regional Council has established a financial assistance fund to help underprivileged students in the region. The Erongo region does not have enough ambulances to respond to medical emergencies. The Namibia Institute of Mining and Technology employees said the institution needs to address its wage bill by getting rid of unnecessary positions. A young woman from Walvis Bay ended her life by drowning at Independence beach early yesterday morning. The Namibia Institute of Mining and Technology employees want the ministry of higher education to immediately discmiss their board of trustees. The South African government is in the process of disposing of eight dilapidated houses they own in Namibia. At least 47 artisans were verbally dismissed on Monday after failed wage negotiations. Labour consultant and community activist August Bikeur says it is time unionists and the labour ministry takes a critical look at workplace conditions and make employee wellness programmes compulsory to avoid another tragedy. Former CEO of the Walvis Bay Municipality, Muronga Haingura is suing the Walvis Bay municipality, activist Knowledge Ipinge as well as Gertrude Usiku, the employee relations officer for N$1.5 million. The fishermen who were rescued after their vessel caught fire last Sunday off the Namibian coast opened up yesterday about their near-death experience.