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ǁGûn hîa skolǂgâ ra ǀgôana Tsumkwes ǁhûi!nâǂharis !garo!ā skolgu !nâ ūhân ge ra ǂâiǂhansen, ǁgau!nâ-aon hîa !amku hâ!khaina ūhâ tama i tsî tentdi !nâ ra ǁomn nî ǀkhara skoln ǁga doe hîan hâ!khaina a hō ǁkhāna tsîn ôasana ǁgau!nâ-aoo!nâse nî hâsa. "We are fully aware that this water is dirty and not fit for human consumption.” Residents of the Goreangab informal settlement are furious with the Windhoek municipal council, whom they blame for the closure of a mobile police station on the outskirts of the city, thereby depriving residents of basic police services in a crime-infested area. Two students of higher learning institutions in Windhoek appeared in court this week for fraud, and have been remanded in custody. The Khomas police are still pursuing six suspects who robbed a Chinese businessman of an undisclosed amount and goods worth N$1.4 million on Wednesday afternoon. Two men will appear in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court today in connection with the robbery at the Hocland Park home of a Chinese national last week. A Hai//’om San teacher, who has a desire to see more San people educated, has been voluntarily transporting children to school to prevent them from dropping out and ensure they reach tertiary education. Mapokola mwasikiliti sa Khomas basweli kubata babakulubelwa basilezi, baba akalezwa kuli neba uzwelize muuna walipisinisi yasimuluha mwanaha China, masheleñi asika patalazwa ni libyana zateko yelikana lule ni licika (N$1.4 million), Labulalu musihali. The police in Otjiwarongo are investigating what transpired on Friday between 13h00 and 14h00 on the Otjiwarongo-Okahandja B1 road when a tourist was seriously injured, and is now fighting for her life in a Windhoek hospital. The police recovered about N$105 000 in cash and US$1 200 (worth over N$19 000), allegedly stolen at gunpoint from a Chinese national last week in Windhoek. Khomas governor Laura McLeod-Katjirua has expressed concern over residents drawing water from the riverbed, and described the situation as risky, saying there is a need for urgent intervention of water provision to the affected people. A suspected robber who allegedly bought a sparkly new Toyota Hilux bakkie was arrested in Ondangwa on Monday afternoon, five days after a Chinese national was robbed in Windhoek. The Bank of Namibia is adamant no law prohibits keeping large amounts of cash at home or on business premises. This came to light after a Chinese national was robbed of N$1.4 million in cash six days ago in Windhoek. Chief Tsamkxao ‡Oma Bobo of the Ju’/hoansi Traditional Authority says he is concerned that cases against illegal farmers in the conservancy are still not resolved while moving into the area continues. Many of the 140 women who on Friday received their houses through the Shack Dwellers Federation of Namibia jokingly said they have “made it in life”. The handover happened in Okakarara at a ceremony filled with many smiles, tears and gratitude. The harvesting and sale of Devil’s Claw from the Nyae Nyae and N#a Jaqna conservancies significantly contributed to the income of women in 2021, despite the Covid-19 pandemic. Many people in Otjiwarongo still flock to the dumpsite outside town to forage for food in order to survive. Namibiab Marisâuǂgaes ge ǁawosasib Åkha ra mî, Åguis khami ī ǂhanu-i tsîn Namibiab !nâ a Åkhai !khaisa, ǂgui !gôab di marisa ǁgâus tawa tamas ka i o ǂharugu!khaib tawa ūÅgarasa ra !khâikhom-e. An elderly couple in Otjiwarongo started feeding vulnerable children after a child was run over by a municipal truck at the dumpsite five years ago. The University of Namibia has significantly grown from a staff complement of 147 at its inception in 1992 and now boasts more than 2 500 employees, including 83 academic professors.