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WINDHOEK - Katutura Magistrate’s Court yesterday had to postpone the case of Refugees Commissioner Likius Valombola because of the docket that was not available for court proceedings. WINDHOEK – The Windhoek Regional Court convicted a Windhoek resident for the death of his relative. Magistrate Elina Nandago convicted Benny Goliath on a charge of murder for the vicious attack and stabbing to death of his cousin Jacques Geingob on January 15, 2014 in Katutura. WINDHOEK – Johannes Neuaka, accused of gunning down the mother of his child at her mother’s home in January, will only make a return in court next year. WINDHOEK – The mother of a 27-year-old man allegedly shot dead by Refugees Commissioner Likius Valombola has demanded justice in the matter. WINDHOEK – The Prosecutor-General is set to decide the fate of a man who is currently in police custody for allegedly slitting his ex-girlfriend’s throat and attempting suicide in March. WINDHOEK – A man who three years ago gruesomely murdered his cousin in Katutura was sentenced to 15 years in prison this week. WINDHOEK - Ozina womumati gonomvhura 27, ogu gadipagere komisare govatwjayuki Likius Valombola ngesi awo kuna kuhundira veta zitarepo nawa. Monika Kambonde, ozina womumati ogu vadipaga mokumuroya, Helao Ndjaba, katente asi nampili ngomu asi Valombola katambura unzoni wokudipaga, age simpe kapi gapa ekoro lyanakufa konda asi morwa sinke gadipagera mumati ogu momukaro gwangesi. WINDHOEK – A former Windhoek-based magistrate who resigned following her suspension on criminal charges is set to finally get a date for her trial. WINDHOEK – Two of the three men who were arrested in 2017 for their alleged involvement in an attempt to steal N$1.1 million from Air Namibia will stand trial next year. WINDHOEK – The psychiatrist, who examined a 36-year-old mother accused of strangling her one-month-old baby to death, has declared her fit to stand trial. WINDHOEK – Joy and delight was evident last week when the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court provisionally withdrew the fraud case against former employees of Namibian Sports Commission (NSC). WINDHOEK – A former cabin crew who is accused of using Namibia’s national airline for drug dealing purposes has denied guilt when he took the stand in Windhoek Regional Court for his trial yesterday.