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Ongundu yopolitika ndjoka tayi pangele moshilongo yedhina Swapo oya patululilwa oshipota kongundu yompilameno sho ya taaguluka oondjindikila ndhoka dha tulwa po kepangelo ngele tashi ya mokukondjitha ombuto yoCovid-19. Elanditho lyuunona otali indjipala momudhingoloko gwOpuwo osho wo moRuacana sho aavali oyendji taya landitha po aanoona yawo yaakiintu opo ya vule okuhupa, osho aapanguli mompangu yaMangestrata yOutapi ya fatulula ngaaka oshiwike sha za ko. Child trafficking is on the increase in parts of drought-hit Opuwo and Ruacana, where some desperate parents who are not registered for any State grants are said to be swapping their daughters for money to survive. This resulted in the arrest of a South African national, Kenneth Karner (66), for human trafficking and child sex. Oshikondo shuundjolowele nuuhaku wiimuna moshitopolwa shaMusati osha koleke omukithi tagu dhipaga iingulu moshitopolwa ngoka, nogwa dhipaga nale iingulu 61 muule wethimbo efupi. Health authorities in Omusati yesterday said 61 pigs have died from African swine fever following an outbreak in the region, affecting nearly 200 animals. Omusati State veterinarian Josephat Peter confirmed the outbreak, saying a local farmer reported the first case on 17 March. The future of City Police head Abraham Kanime appears to be hanging in the balance after municipal CEO Robert Kahimise reportedly failed to issue a notice to convene a meeting last week Thursday, where Kanime was to sign a lucrative three-year contract extension. The governor of Omusati region, Erginus Endjala, says the amended state of emergency Covid-19 regulations that allow outlets to sell liquor containing less than 3% alcohol has led to confusion among small business owners who also sell liquor such as the traditional brew tombo. Aaleli ya za kiikondo ya yooloka oya hokolola kutya oyali ya nyanyukilwa uuyogoki mboka wa pumbiwa pethimbo ndika pomatala gopoSingle moVenduka, sho osho uuministeli wUundjolowele wa gandja onzapo ndjoka. Nonande oshigombo shiingulu otashi taandele tashi endelele moshitopolwa shaMusati, iitopolwa yilwe monooli ngaashi Ohangwena onkene ngaa inaya lopota sha shoshigombo shoka, omukuluntu ndohotola gwiinamwenyo moshitopolwa shoka Magano Kephas osho a koleke ngaaka. Oshikondo shuundjolowele nuuhaku wiimuna moshitopolwa shaMusati owa hokolola kutya ngaashingeyi iingulu yi vulithe 100 oya sa omolwomukith Poultry farmers in Omusati region are appealing for the authorities to come to their rescue in supporting them by buying their products that were readily prepared for the Omagongo Cultural Festival, which has been called off indefinitely due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Uuministeli womidhingoloko, omakuti nomatalelopo owa dhipaga oondjamba ne monooli yoshilongo konima sho dha li dha hanagula po iilikolomwa yomomapya yaakwashigwana iiwike iyali ya pita. Uuministeli wUundjolowele nUukalinawa owa kunkulile aakwashigwana ya yande okutaambithatha omamaska ngoka ga longa nale oshoka kasha li mondjila na kasha na uundjolowele. The ministry of environment has put down four elephants, which were part of a large group terrorising villagers and damaging crops of communal farmers in the north. The African swine fever that reportedly killed over 102 pigs in the Omusati region has spread to the University of Namibia’s Ogongo Campus. As such, 23 pigs from Ogongo campus will be culled after coming into contact with infected pigs. Oomwenyo dhaakwashigwana pomukunda gumwe mOshitopolwa shaMusati odhili moshiponga, sho omunageshefa gumwe a tete po omataagulukila, gokanala kaNamWater hoka ka ende moshitukulwa shawo. Residents of the Omatelekelo village in the Ogongo constituency are forced to risk their lives every day for the lack of a proper footbridge on the Calueque-Oshakati canal. Namibia ngashiingeyi oshi li oshilongo shoka inashi lopota iiponga yoCovid -19 muule womasiku g eli 35 muuyuni. WINDOKO – Fibele ya likulube ya Afilika yebihiwa kuli sebulaile likulube ze 102 mwa sikiliti sa Omusati, ise iyandulukezi kwa mutayi wa sikolo sesi pahami sa Unam wa Ogongo. Aakwashigwana yomihoko dha mona iihuna moshitopolwa shaMusati onkene ngaa inaya lola oshikuki shepangelo shoka shedhina Emergency Income Grant (EIG) shooN$750 molwomashongo ga yooloka. The Omusati regional police strongly advised communal farmers to ensure they take care of their livestock because there is a syndicate operating along the Namibian and Angolan border, where criminals steal animals and exchange them at the Mahenene border post to hide their crime.