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WALVIS BAY - The Namibia Ports Authority signed a memorandum of understanding with the Dunkerque Port in France to share information and expertise with regards to infrastructure development, tourism and management among others. SWAKOPMUND – Salary delays at public enterprises have become nearly a norm as the country continues to battle adverse economic conditions. SWAKOPMUND – Swakop Uranium employees have made startling allegations against the mine involving the covering up of almost fatal incidents involving Chinese contractors involved in drilling and blasting. SWAKOPMUND - The Mineworkers Union of Namibia (MUN) yesterday said it would remove Erongo regional governor Cleophas Mutjavikua from its wage negotiation team after an audio recording emerged of him supposedly supporting retrenchments at Husab mine. SWAKOPMUND - Namibia has 121 regional councillors of which only 18 are women. Also, no females serve on the Omaheke, Omusati and the Zambezi regional councils, however they each have seven male councillors. SWAKOPMUND - Namibia cannot continue to speak about gender equality and equal representation of men and women in politics and decision-making when its female folk are confined to the margins of such discussions. WALVIS BAY - Every Namibian is obligated to report any form of violations, especially gender-based violence, if they want a safer nation. SWAKOPMUND - Swakopmund resident Cheryl Antoinette Green (57), who was arrested a week ago in Swakopmund for being in possession of cannabis products she said were herbs, was yesterday granted bail of N$5000. SWAKOPMUND - The Swakopmund Municipality has availed land for the planned construction of 1590 social and debt-financed houses at the coastal town, to ease the housing shortage at the town. WALVIS BAY - It appears the use of dagga for ‘medicinal’ use appears to be on the increase at the coast with yet another coastal resident at the leafy suburb of Meersig busted with pot. SWAKOPMUND – Omukalimo gwomoSwakopmund, Cheryl Antoinette Green (57), ngoka a li a kwatwa po oshiwike sha za ko sho a li a kwata nepangwe ndyoka ta ti iihemba, okwa li a pewa ombooloha yooN$5000. Green okwa li a tulwa miipandeko komiya dhaShinana, ta fekelelwa okuyenga omagadhi gepangwe osho wo a adhika niimeno yepangwe otututu, yi li 71. SWAKOPMUND – Muyahi wa tolopo ya Swakopmund, Cheryl Antoinette Green, walilimo zemashumi aketalizoho kaze supile (57), yana tamilwe liviki zepeli za kwamulaho kamulatu wa kufumanwa ni matokwani ane aize ki mulya, nalukuluzwi viki SWAKOPMUND - Minister of Finance, Calle Schlettwein says investment in road infrastructure requires significant resources hence sustainable funding models must be developed and prioritised to contain operations within the financial means at all times. SWAKOPMUND - Economic development and social transformation is only possible with a well-developed and maintained road infrastructure that is an enabler for economic growth and the smooth movement of goods and people. SWAKOPMUND - Government and the explosives industry have the responsiblty to improve the way explosives are managed in the country in order to protect its citizens at all cost. UTUSEB – A meeting to discuss the way forward for the Topnaar community, following the recent death of its chief, Seth Kooitjie, turned chaotic on Saturday afternoon. WALVIS BAY - Inspector General of the Namibian police Sebastian Ndeitunga has appealed to the coastal community and business sector to acquire and employ technical equipment and systems such as closed circuit television systems (CCTV) in crime-prone areas. WALVIS BAY – The Walvis Bay municipality has donated N$70 000 to government schools at the town for the development of gardening projects. SWAKOPMUND - Three trial awaiting murder suspects, who escaped from the Swakopmund Police station holding cells were each sentenced to 18- months imprisonment for escaping from lawful custody. SWAKOPMUND - Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) director general Paulus Noa has ordered the board of directors of the Institute of Mining and Technology (Nimt) to investigate corruption claims that allegedly occurred under it nose.