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“After a protracted legal battle with the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and the Financial Services Tribunal over a period of more than two years, Trustco now has actionable evidence that its financials will need to be restated…,” The lucrative airport passenger and cargo handling tender at the Hosea Kutako International Airport, which is subject to several legal suits, has gotten even more complicated. Menzies Aviation is currently seeking an interdict against the joint venture between Paragon Investment and Ethiopia Airlines over the takeover. British farmer and businessman Harvey Boulter will have to answer to the allegations surrounding the shooting which resulted in the death of his farm manager, as the prosecutor general has stuck to her guns on prosecuting him - despite investigations not being finalised. Affirmative Repositioning activist Job Amupanda says he never intended to portray the finance deputy minister Maureen Hinda-Mbuende as a “cougar” despite her advances towards him. A man, who is on trial for killing his wife with a hammer, claims he cannot recall what happened to his wife after he blacked out during their argument. The High Court yesterday granted an interim order for the N/a’ankusê Foundation to move rare species of birds from the Rare and Endangered Species Trust to their wildlife sanctuary and veterinary clinic in Windhoek. An attempt for bail by one of the accused in the murder of renowned stock theft investigator Wilfred ‘Major’ Kazeurua dismally ended before it could begin after the High Court struck the matter from the roll yesterday. A 36-year-old man who was acquitted of kidnapping and raping his former girlfriend will only serve two years imprisonment for assaulting her. On Friday, High Court Judge Dinnah Usiku sentenced Herman de Klerk to three years imprisonment... A Windhoek resident, accused of killing her 11-day-old infant and further trying to strangle to death her seven-year-old son, will remain in police custody after her attempt to be released on bail failed. The case of a 26-year-old mother of three, who allegedly had her womb removed without her consent in Windhoek Central hospital in 2017, is yet to be determined. A group of businesspeople accused of being embroiled in a scheme that resulted in the finance ministry losing nearly N$3.5 billion in revenue will be tried in the Windhoek High Court. The Gr o o t f o n t e i n municipality claims the suit filed against it by its suspended CEO, Kisco Sinvula is an attempt to cover up serious allegations against him. The fight by the Namibia Bus and Taxi Association (Nabta) to have its former president Vespa Muunda interdicted from representing the association in any capacity, will only be heard next year. A Gobabis resident, accused of kidnapping, raping and strangling a 27-year-old woman, will take the stand next year to answer to the charges. The Namibia Wildlife Resorts and tourism minister Pohamba Shifeta are currently engaged in negotiations to try and find a solution to his disputed decision to grant 20-year exclusive rights to a hospitality company to build and operate a passenger train to Sossusvlei in the Namib-Naukluft National Park. The dispute over the ownership of the plot that houses the Commando Hall in Katutura, remains unresolved, as the two groups claiming it failed to find an amicable solution. Government is not defending the apartheid regime by opposing activist Dimbulukeni Nauyoma’s constitutionality challenge of the squatters proclamation law. A group of young men who were convicted for having kidnapped and raped a young woman in Tsumeb while they were teenagers, were each sentenced to serve eight years in prison for their crimes. The Swakopmund municipality has managed to convince the High Court to set aside its management committee’s decision to appoint the second-best candidate for the position of general manager for corporate services and human capital.