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Employees at Etosha Fishing can breathe a sigh of relief after the company made a U-turn on its plan to lay off some workers. One of the largest uranium producers in Namibia Swakop Uranium has set its eyes on a heap leaching plant that is expected to further boost uranium production. High Court judge Orben Sibeya has instructed First National Bank Namibia to provide documents for a forensic handwriting examination in response to an ongoing fraud claim by Johanna Kahatjipara against the bank. Mayors and councillors of tier two municipalities, town and village councils will now earn more in terms of sitting allowances after the Ministry of Urban and Rural Development granted approval for a 15%, 20% and 25% increase on monthly allowances. The Namibia Fish Consumption Promotion Trust (NFCPT) last month donated 10 computers to the National Youth Council’s Oranjemund Youth Forum and the School Infrastructure Improvement Initiative, facilitated through the office of the Ohangwena governor. varugani vaEtosha Fishing ngesi kuna kuhesera nawa konyima tupu apa kavagusirepo egano lyawo asi varugani vamwe vahepa kuvahagekesa. Businessman Salmon Heita has been added to suspects in the alleged N$14 million fraud and tax evasion case currently being investigated by the Walvis Bay police and the Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA). Walvis Bay resident Justy Moses was left licking his wounds after he recently had his appeal against Hangana Seafood dismissed with costs in the Supreme Court. Infrastructure development, innovation and increased competitiveness are pivotal factors that will position Namibia as a key centre for trade and investment from both local and global stakeholders. There are calls to introduce seal meat to the Namibian market for human consumption as a measure to control and sustainably harvest the country’s seal quota, which is under-utilised. Residents of the mining town of Arandis are urged to give their full cooperation to enumerators, who will be knocking at their doors this week for a local census by the town council. Discrepancies in bank charges concerning loans and despotic increases on defaulting consumers were some of the concerns raised at a public consultation on the proposed Consumer Credit Bill, an exercise spearheaded by the Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (Namfisa). The Roads Authority (RA) has once again awarded a road rehabilitation tender to Zhong Mei Engineering Group. A total of 101 009 Namibians applied for 13 000 temporary jobs which were advertised recently by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) for the Population and Housing Census, to be carried out from 18 September to 3 November. Walvis Bay mayor Trevino Forbes says the town can capitalise on its coastal advantages by focusing on sustainable fishing, marine tourism, port development, renewable energy, marine research and innovation. A Corrupt ion Ri sk Assessment (CRA) report has highlighted tax officials receiving or soliciting bribes, misuse of company equipment such as vehicles, and stealing of NamRA resources for personal gain as some of the risks that exist at the NamRA Domestic Taxes, Western region. Daogu ǂGaeǂguis (RA) ge ǁkhawa daob !gâi!gâi!nâs tendersa Zhong Meib Engineering !Nansa go mā. Nē ǂnûiǂgās hîa Chinese !hūǁîb xa a ǀhonkhoe-aihes ge haka !hūǁî kontraktern ǀkha nē tenders !nâ hâ tsî 30 kilometergu !nūsiba !khōǂgā hâ daoba !Ūsa!khōs tsî ǂGaribeb hâra ǁaegu N$343 miljuns ai !goaxa ǁkhâba xu nî sîsentsoatsoa. The Swakopmund municipality is set to auction off a block of council flats that have become financially unsustainable Vandalism of electricity infrastructure has turned into a costly exercise for Erongo RED, costing the distributor N$70 000 a month to safeguard their infrastructure, translating into around N$1 million yearly. The parliamentary standing committee on natural resources which recently consulted stakeholders, on the seal threat to the fishing industry, is puzzled by the underutilised state-of-the-art horse mackerel facility at Walvis Bay.