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Namibiab Omkhâisens Marisâuǂgaes (DBN) di Dana Sîsenǂuira Mâisab (CEO), Martin Inkumbib ge ge mî, ǂgui !kharaga!nâgu !ēdi Namibiaǁîn !aroma !kharaga !âgu !nâ hâsa, !gōsase ǂkhamkhoesib !aroma. Namibia is racing against time to fully comply with anti-money laundering (AML) and countering the financing of terrorism (CFT) regulations to avoid it from being grey-listed by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a global money laundering and terrorist financing watchdog. Employees of the Walvis Bay municipality expressed concern about the competence of their senior management, saying it is playing Russian roulette with the ratepayers’ money. Popular recreational site Dune 7 will be operated by Sandwich Dune Tours and Safari after the environment ministry awarded the Dune 7 concession inside the Dorob National Park to the tour operating company. The Walvis Bay town council on Thursday tabled a N$609 million capital budget for the 2023/2024 financial year. The quest for land reached a climax on Friday when residents, identifying themselves as the backyard tenants’ association were stopped by the Namibian police after invading Farm 37 in Walvis Bay. A renowned Canadian film company, MANKS Motion Picture Studios, is expecting to inject millions of dollars into the Walvis Bay economy by teaming up with a local film company to set up a film studio at Walvis Bay. The stage is set for the Discover Namibia’s Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises and Township Economy Expo that is expected to take place from 29 June and 1 July at the Mondesa Multipurpose Centre in Swakopmund. The Minister of Information and Communicat ion Technology, Peya Mushelenga has urged government public relations and communication officers to adapt to the new trends of information sharing and the use of social media. Access to land remains one of the biggest barriers to home ownership not only in Swakopmund but throughout Namibia. Andrada Mining Limited, which is operating the Uis tin mine, has been criticised for not having all the requisite permissions and blasting equipment, as well as using the wrong explosives by the Ministry of Mines and Energy. Andrada Mining Limited, which is operating the Uis tin mine, has denied contravening the Explosives Act, despite irregularities with blasting pointed out by government earlier this month. The community of Walvis Bay on Wednesday witnessed the official opening of the long-awaited Tutaleni police station, which is aimed at bringing services closer to the community. The Discover Namibia Intra Africa MSME & Township Economy Expo promises to be a platform for fostering economic growth, collaboration and development in Namibia and across Africa. Safety and security minister Albert Kawana has urged SADC police chiefs to redirect efforts in determining challenges affecting deployed personnel on the ground to ensure proper planning. Namibia Investment Promotion and Development Board (NIPDB) executive director for MSME Development, Innovation and Acceleration Dino Ballotti says the board is aware of the country’s unemployment crisis. A farm, called Zambezi Green, is one of the exhibitors gracing this year’s edition of Discover Namibia’s trade expo that started yesterday in Swakopmund. The Walvis Bay municipality has been instructed to re-advertise the position of CEO for the third time now, following the unsuccessful outcome of their last attempt to fill the vacancy. Not only did it claim the lives of his pregnant fiancée and son, but the fatal accident will now also cost Leon Schiefer more than N$300 000 for a car that was written off. The Namibia Revenue Agency is working towards streamlining and enhancing their trade processes to ensure efficiency, security and compliance in the global supply chain, said head of customs and excise Willbroad Poniso.