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There is no evidence suggesting that missing Omaruru resident Robby Michael might have walked away from the sea, the police in Erongo have said. Erongo governor Neville Andre has urged young people in the region to apply for the Youth for Green Hydrogen (Y4H2) scholarship programme for 2024. Namibians should embrace the unique cultural heritage embedded in the country’s diversity, which binds the nation. While the National Fishing Corporation of Namibia is determined to stand by its decision to partner with Mabasen Fishing, Malta-based Ocean Whale cancelled the catch agreement it had with Mabasen due to non-payment. Human resources practitioners must serve with utmost humility and professionalism instead of stressing and humiliating their human capital. Erongo residents will have to dig deeper into their overstretched pockets after regional electricity distributor hiked electricity by 8.97%. Komurungu maku munika ayo peno suvaneno kovature va Zonḓati na Matjete mOkarukondwa kOmatoororero ka Dauresa tjinga omaunguriro womuriu womeva amaye ya kokumanuka momautiro wombura ndji mai yende. Eagle Night Watch is facing allegations that it has abandoned some of its guards who were injured in a motor-vehicle accident in June while on their way from the Husab mine, where the security company provides services. The Fisheries Observer Agency (FOA) is navigating financial sustainability challenges, as its current funding model has not been updated since 2014. Erongo ǀkharib di -ǁanǂgāsaben ge noxopa !gamse ǀnai soa-e ūhâ tama ǁhōdi ân !nâ noxopa !gamse !omga nî ǂgā, ǁnāpas -ǁîn di ǀkharisi !nanǀgaib mās ǂharuguba 8.9%gu ǀarosa !nanǀgaib ai go ǀaros khao!gâ. The total landings of quota species for the second quarter of 2023 have declined by 25%, the Namibia Statistics Agency revealed. Local entrepreneurs were urged to come up with more innovative ideas and to diversify and add value to their products and services. Accessing existing markets to sell fresh produce remains a challenge for Namibians entering the crop production field, resulting in these farmers struggling to recoup their investments or make meaningful profits. Authorities have collected samples from the food consumed by a family of seven in Walvis Bay’s Otweya informal settlement on Saturday night that resulted in the death of a family member and the hospitalisation of others. Employees of the popular clothing shop, Style yesterday outsmarted armed robbers in Swakopmund by sending out a distress call unnoticed during the active robbery. Increased funding to the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) has resulted in close to 5 000 more students being assisted financially with their studies this year. A storm is brewing in Karibib as the town’s chief executive officer Lesley Goraseb finds himself in hot water over the state of the council’s affairs that was unearthed in an internal audit. A man accused of defrauding a local businessman of N$2.5 million while pretending to be Swapo vice president Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah had the personal details of the victim, which helped him in the scam. A youth centre in Narraville, Walvis Bay will soon be a reality after the town residents and business community raised more than N$900 000 through donations and pledges to bring the much-needed facility. Namibia only has three mining inspectors, a situation that has raised concerns about the effective monitoring of mining activities in the Erongo region.