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Murder accused British farmer and businessman, Harvey Boulter has asked the prosecutor general (PG) to reconsider the charges he is facing in the High Court. The prosecutor-general has declined to prosecute two men who were accused of the death of a man whose body was found stuffed in a freezer near Katutura’s Herero Mall. A 27-year-old man, accused of kidnapping, raping and strangling a 27-year-old woman to death, is yet to get a lawyer to represent him for his trial. Expelled Independent Patriot for Change party member and former chairperson of the Erongo Regional Council Ciske Smith-Howard has denied defaming fellow councillor Sifried Junios //Garoëb. Omuthiya Town Council has refuted claims that it stole the Othithiya Festival concept, citing the rights to the idea are not patented nor trademarked. The South African government is trying to trace the whereabouts of lawyer Marén de Klerk, one of the key figures in the Fishrot scandal, after receiving an extradition request from Namibia on 15 October last year. The Namibia Airport Company is fighting to have the High Court compel Alliance Media Namibia to pay more than N$20 million for making use of its advertising space at Hosea Kutako International Airport. Ndango zodoropa zaOmuthiya kavapatanene nonkango dina kutanta asi awo kwavaka egano lyaOthithiya Festival, nokutanta asi kapi tavatanta asi lyawo morwa kapi valitjangesa ntani kapi ava lifutire. The Windhoek Magistrate’s Court Thursday ruled there were irregularities committed in the handling of the bribery case of Fishrot accused, James Hatuikulipi and Sakaria Kuutondokwa Kokule and a review is warranted. Judges of the High Court are currently deliberating whether or not the lower court erred in its decision not to release activists Dimbulukeni Nauyoma and Michael Amushelelo on bail. An attempt by the Namibia Wildlife Resorts to be absolved in the N$7.5 million defamation suit filed by its former managing director Zelna Hengari was dismissed by the High Court. TransNamib workers will take to the polls to decide whether they will strike after failed salary negations. A former hostel caretaker, currently serving 68 years imprisonment for sexually violating 10 minor boys, is heading to the Supreme Court to appeal his conviction and sentence. Former CEO of the Roads Contractor Company Kelly Nghixulifwa and his wife are challenging parts of the High Court Act and the Rules of the court, arguing it cost them their commercial farm. Self-proclaimed foreign exchange trader Michael Amushelelo says the preservation order issued by the High Court in 2020 against his bank accounts and properties was illegal as it was not issued in court. The Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund is in court fighting to have a former employee return more than N$500 000 he allegedly transferred to a student. Sports minister Agnes Tjongarero wants to negotiate with Namibia Sports Commission chief administrator Simataa ‘Freddy’ Mwiya to settle their dispute amicably. The trial date of Okahandja resident, Karl Friedrich Eichhoff, accused of fatally shooting a man and burying him with his dogs, is yet to be set. TransNamib and Alliance Media are locked in mediation after the railway company sued the advertising agency for failing to pay for advertising spaces. A woman was convicted by the High Court yesterday of killing her six-month-old baby by hitting him multiple times on the floor in 2019.