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A full report by the parliamentary standing committee on natural resources concerning illegal lithium mining after hearings were conducted in the Daures constituency in May, is still being awaited. An overwhelming interest in the sale of 14 erven in Walvis Bay resulted in the sale being cancelled at the last minute. Namibia kwakara tupu novatareli ndi inspekta wonomina vatatu, mukaro ogu guna kara asi kuna pumbwa ekeverero lyewa koyihorokwa yina kara konomina moErongo. Vatareli ava kuna kara asi kurugana unene asi ngapi nadirugana nomina nokutura nonkambadaro omu navagusapo udigu wangesi. Namibia is currently in demand due to the impact that green hydrogen has on the world, and the nation must have the same vision to attract investors. Urban and Rural Development minister Erastus Utoni has called on the Erongo Regional Council to reassess the prices of erven at Wlotzkasbaken, and ensure that they are affordable for all Namibians. The partner of Dutch national Roland Masolijn, who was fatally shot in Swakopmund last year, Makreta Horases may have her assets forfeited to the state due to her failure to file an application for legal aid or oppose the preservation of property order filed by prosecutor general Martha Imalwa. Arandis Town Council employees will receive a 4% salary increase, effective from 1 July, following the approval of the town’s 2023/2024 budget by the Ministry of Urban and Rural Development. The African continent is grappling with a staggering financial loss of approximately N$750 billion annually due to illicit financial flows and other various forms of organised crime. Etosha Fishing employees will be returning to work on 30 October after the company yesterday announced the resumption of operations to process the relief quota allocated to them by government. Swakopmund resident and law graduate Octavio Maketo has successfully transformed a leisure activity that began during the 2020 Covid-19 lockdown into a flourishing aquatic fish farming business. The Erongo Police have arrested three of the seven men in connection with an armed robbery where the group ambushed two security guards and robbed them of money they were about to deposit in the bank in Karibib. The Arandis, Omaruru and Usakos town councils are under pressure as residents of the three towns are grabbing land. The transition to Farm 37, also known as Green Valley, has begun at a slow pace, with only one family successfully moving from backyard squatting to their land in the new township. Large stockpiles of lithium ore are amassing at the Port of Walvis Bay, ready to be exported by a vessel that is scheduled to dock in the country next week. The land grab which took place in Omaruru over the weekend could have been politically motivated, and exacerbated by the relocation of over 30 families from the town’s single quarters. Oshikumungu shevakulo ledu la ningwa mOmaruru mexulilo shivike vati ola xwaxwamekwa kopolotika. Minister of Gender Equality, Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare Doreen Sioka said tackling the under-representation of women in the National Council continues to be an ongoing battle. Kiosk owners trading along the beach in Swakopmund say that moving their kiosks to the tennis court in town will kill their businesses. Over 10 000 passengers are expected to disembark at the coast as Namport and the tourism industry gear up for the passenger liner season. Karibib CEO Lesley Goraseb has resigned.