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Two of three people on trial for the murder of renowned stock theft investigator Wilfred ‘Major’ Kazeurua want to be released on bail. The non-appearance on the part of the group that was suing the State for more than N$139.1 million for malicious prosecution after they were acquitted from the Caprivi high treason trial resulted in their case being struck from the court’s roll yesterday. A 16-year-old girl is suing the State after she was allegedly assaulted by the police, who claim she lied about some details of being abducted and sexually violated. The High Court has scheduled to hear the matter of a taxi driver, who is suing the State for wrongful arrest and spending 10 years in custody, in October. A group of people, arrested for carrying out an armed robbery at the Puma depot in the Northern Industrial Area of Windhoek on Friday and fleeing with N$1.3 million, were denied bail by the Katutura Magistrate’s Court. Six Icelandic companies embroiled in the ongoing fisheries bribery case are asking the High Court to consider giving them the opportunity to appeal to the Supreme Court after the former’s refusal to allow them to cross-examine prosecutor general Martha Imalwa in her application to have their assets declared forfeited to the State. One of six men convicted for carrying out an armed robbery at Westlane Lifestyle Centre in Windhoek says the Regional Court erred in law when it convicted and sentenced him to seven years imprisonment. Kusabonahala kwasikwata sene sizekisa mubuso kamasheleñi afitelela bolule bamwanda kabamashumi amalalu kabalobañwi (N$139 million), kakuzekiswa kamafosisa kasamulaho akusa fumanwa mulatu mwataha yabukwenuheli mwakubata kuyekuyula sikilitisa Caprivi kwanaha Namibia, nekutisize kuli taba yabona izuswe famukoloko wakhuta viki yefelile. Mubakweli kuyomuhulu waba atuli Hosea Angula, naize muzeko wasikw A former military paramedic serving 35-years-imprisonment for killing his ex-girlfriend four years ago, wants to be granted leave by the High Court to appeal his conviction in the Supreme Court. THE scramble for power within the Swapo Party Youth League has intensified, as some party members threatened legal action if the endorsement of the current secretary Ephraim Nekongo and his deputy Christine Haindaka-Sikongo is not nullified. The trial of two men, accused of killing a pensioner and attempting to kill his fiancée at their home in Outjo, will resume in September. Despite NBC’s decision to be a no-show for the first-ever Media Ombudsman’s public hearing yesterday, John Nakuta decided to forge ahead, saying due process needed to be followed through. Another gang rape convict, who was serving 60 years imprisonment, had his sentence halved to 30 years after a lower court bungled his sentencing. The prosecutor general has decided to arraign medical intern, Dennis Noa with a count of attempted murder, in addition to the rape charge he is already facing. The case of a 31-year-old man who allegedly killed his then 18-year-old pregnant girlfriend in Rehoboth is ready for trial, 10 years later, after having gone through case management in the High Court. Construction workers of a Chinese-owned company, employed for the expansion of the Gibeon-Tses Road, who downed tools earlier this month, have been ordered by the court to resume duty. The High Court is yet to hear what transpired the day when a 27-year-old woman was kidnapped, raped, and strangled to death in 2020 in Gobabis. A senior police officer accused of killing his former lover and mother of his two children in Keetmanshoop, will be undergoing mental evaluation before going on trial in the High Court. The Ministry of Health and Social Services and the University of Namibia media lecturer, Fred Mwilima, are currently in mediation after the latter sued the ministry for N$18 million over the death of his wife, who was shot at work in Windhoek City Centre. Simataa ‘Freddy’ Mwiya will remain as chief administrator of the Namibia Sports Commission until minister Agnes Tjongarero can prove to the court why her decision to direct the board to advertise Mwiya’s position should not be reviewed and set aside.