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The Namibian police have dismissed 56 members from the force, while 41 others are currently on suspension pending the finalisation of their cases in the courts for various offences, including assault of members of the public. Khomas governor Laura McLeod-Katjirua has expressed concern over some members of the public’s non-adherence to Covid-19 state of emergency regulations as well as the rampant vandalism of property meant to help fight the pandemic in the informal settlements such as water tanks. A 31-year-old woman from Ondangwa in the Oshana region wants justice after her former lover, who is accused of distributing a sex tape involving both of them, was arrested over the weekend. The Ondangwa Magistrate’s Court has remanded a 26-year-old man in custody following his appearance yesterday for allegedly distributing a sex tape involving himself and a former lover on social media. The Namibian police in Khomas region are looking for two unknown male suspects, who allegedly raped a 12-year-old minor girl in the presence of her mother and younger sister. More than 1 000 residents of Mix settlement, situated north of Windhoek, yesterday received land occupation acknowledgement certificates from the Minister of Rural and Urban Development, Erastus Uutoni. A number of children at Mix settlement, which is situated north of Windhoek, are missing out on education due to the absence of a school at the settlement. The suspect in a gruesome murder in Windhoek has turned himself to the police last week Thursday, after having been on the run for more than five days. Residents in Havana informal settlement are reeling after yet another brutal rape and gruesome murder shocked the community at the weekend. The police have questioned three people of interest following a cash-in-transit robbery at the Black Chain mall in Katutura on Sunday. Sexual assaults against women and children have become an epidemic of horror, with more disturbing reports highlighting the country’s horrific rape crisis. The police have impounded two vehicles, two shotguns and N$100 000 cash from three suspects linked to the cash-in-transit robbery at the Black Chain mall in Katutura on Sunday. Yet another case of murder-and-suicide has been reported in northern Namibia after a 26-year-old man allegedly strangled his girlfriend before drowning himself in an earthen dam this week. Relatives of the late Amalia /Hones, who died in 1963 and buried at farm 508, part of the Havana informal settlement, have requested the City of Windhoek to put the relocation process on hold while they investigate the burial site. Nearly 80% of people who have tested positive for Covid-19 in the country have recovered from the virus, according to yesterday’s figures from the health ministry. The governor of the Khomas region, Laura McLeod-Katjirua, has strongly condemned the high rate of violence in the country against women and children. The pilot project has the target of completing the construction of 1 200 low-cost houses by July 2022 in the Khomas region. The bounty is for the whereabouts of suspects who raped a 12-year-old girl in the presence of her mother Julia Muetudhana, who resides in Eros, has offered shelter to the minor girl who was allegedly raped in the presence of her mother and younger sibling in Havana recently. Crime has surged in recent weeks across the country, with cases such as rape, murder and housebreaking hogging the headlines.