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Government, through the finance ministry, is once again auctioning off 87 500 metric tons of horse mackerel from its governmental objective quota, to the highest bidder. Electricity is a necessity and not a luxury anymore. It plays an important role in the development of every household, village and farm in Namibia, mines and energy minister Tom Alweendo said. Magistrate Conchita Olivier yesterday granted Jonas N$5 000 bail following his lengthy bail hearing last week in the Swakopmund Magistrate’s Court. The kidnapping allegations of a young boy at Walvis Bay, who was later found in Windhoek by his father, has turned out to be false. A second suspect has made an appearance in the Swakopmund Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday in connection with the N$1.1 million theft at Standard Bank in Arandis. Siblings Azaan Madisia and Steven Junior Mulundu, accused of the brutal murder of Shannon Wasserfall last year, will return to court on Monday. After the hard lessons learned when last year’s attempt to auction fishing quotas flopped, government announced that it landed N$189.9 million from the sale of 15 948 metric tons of hake, inclusive of N$40 000 from application fees. Siblings Azaan Madisia and Junior Mulundu, accused of the murder of Shannon Wasserfall, will be applying for bail on 21 to 23 June in the Walvis Bay Magistrate’s Court. About 400 fishermen, who were recently employed through a joint venture, are accusing the companies who employed them of cheap tactics to score quotas under the pretence of giving permanent employment. The Walvis Bay municipal council has allocated the biggest chunk of its nearly N$600 million capital budget for 2021/22 budget to land development projects in Narraville, Kuisebmond and Farm 37. Former seamen, who were camping out in front of the Kuisebmond Stadium while on strike, made a U-tun on their chairperson Mathew Lungameni. When a massive fire swept through the Twaloloka informal settlement on Sunday 26 July 2020 in Walvis Bay’s Tutaleni, it destroyed houses and left 121 families destitute.