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WINDHOEK - The Windhoek Regional Court is expected to hear the trial of five men who stand accused of a deadly armed robbery in Windhoek nearly a decade ago. WINDOKO – Katengo kakayemela maticele mwanaha Namibia ili kakazibahala ka Teachers’s Union of Namibia (TUN), kabulela kuli buñata bwa maticele habana hande liseli mwakuluta mukoloko ozamaisa tuto omunca, ili wo muuso nokalile kutahisa lilimo liketalizoho zefelile. WINDHOEK - The Fishrot Six have turned to the High Court once again in a bid to have search warrants issued against them set aside, while also challenging the seizure of their assets by the Financial Intelligence Centre. WINDHOEK - A 32-year-old woman has been slapped with 10 years imprisonment for the killing of his live-in boyfriend of seven years in 2015. WINDHOEK - A police reservist, who was arrested on Friday for allegedly attempting to bribe an Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) officer in an attempt to recover ATM cards belonging to two of the six suspects in the bribery fishing scandal, made his first appearance that same day in Windhoek Magistrate’s Court. The court has refused bail to a 35-year-old man arrested last year for allegedly killing and burning his live-in girlfriend last September. The prosecutor general is set to decide the fate of 42-year-old Erastus Heita, who stands accused of killing his girlfriend and mother of his children nearly two years ago in Windhoek’s Otjomuise residential area. After a day of oral arguments in the High Court yesterday, Judge Thomas Masuku is set to deliver judgement on the urgent application of the incarcerated former Cabinet ministers and their co-accused on 27 February. The Windhoek Regional Court has issued a subpoena against a man who was initially arrested in connection to N$5 million worth of heroin that was found at the Hosea Kutako International Airport in 2016. Windhoek Regional Court is set to resume the trial of two men who stand accused of killing an Acacia High School learner nearly six years ago. The police are yet to conclude their investigations into the case of an officer of the Namibian Defence Force (NDF) who is accused of shooting and killing a 32-year-old civilian last year. The Katutura Magistrate’s Court has issued a final postponement to the investigating officer dealing with the case of three Angolan women who were caught with more than N$2.2 million in cash at the Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA) in December last year in order to conclude investigations in the matter. A man who was arrested last year on suspicion that he robs and prey on lone women in Windhoek’s Goreangab is set to stand trial in August in the Katutura Magistrate’s Court. A group consisting of two brothers and two friends, who are accused of robbing and killing a man in Dorado Park nearly three years ago, will be tried in March. Two men who were arrested last week in connection to the death of a 45-year-old man whose body was found in Windhoek’s Suiderhof suburb have approached the court with the hope of being released on bail. The Katutura Magistrate’s Court yesterday refused to provisionally withdraw a case against a woman who stands accused of killing her neighbour over alcohol in 2018. A man who was sentenced to 28 years imprisonment for murder is seeking leave to appeal his murder conviction in the Supreme Court. Independent presidential candidate Dr Panduleni Itula, who last week declared President Hage Geingob as a legitimate head of state, has once again launched another legal bid to have the Supreme Court review its judgement of last week, which upheld the results of last year’s presidential vote. A group of young people, who were arrested in Windhoek in connection with the killing a 27-year-old Congolese refugee in June 2018, walked out of Katutura Magistrate’s Court as free men and women after the court struck their case from the roll last week. A former state prosecutor who was arrested for allegedly illegally scrapping charges from the court system will be tried today.