Author: Matheus Hamutenya
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BERSEBA - Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila says businesses should be more socially responsible and invest back some of their profits into the communities they derived it from. BERSEBA - The Shack Dwellers Federation of Namibia (SDFN) says public perception that houses built through the programme are not of good quality is misleading. KEETMANSHOOP - Keetmanshoop municipal councillor Hansie Esterhuyse says baby steps are needed in order for youth entrepreneurs to grow their businesses into larger corporations. KEETMANSHOOP – As leaders from all over the country gather for the 2nd National Land Conference in an effort to find solutions to the land question, the only thing some wish for is being able to own a little piece of land they could call their own after this indaba. KEETMANSHOOP - Oranjemund Constituency Councillor Lazarus Nangolo says government should amend the law to ensure communities within mining areas directly benefit from such mines. KEETMANSHOOP - Education Ministry Permanent Secretary Sanet Steenkamp says teachers should stop undervaluing themselves as just teachers and realise they are powerful people that touch many people’s lives. KEETMANSHOOP - The Namibian police in the //Kharas region are concerned over the spike in gender-based violence (GBV) as fresh statistics indicate more cases were reported in the region so far this year compared to the same time in 2017. AUSSENKEHR - Swapo Party //Kharas regional coordinator Matheus Mumbala is furious at the //Kharas regional administrators for letting government projects be vandalised and he wants the culprits to be charged, held personally liable and pay for the damages. AUSSENKEHR - The Aussenkehr shopping complex constructed at a cost of N$20 million was officially opened yesterday, making shopping much easier for the community than in the past. AUSSENKEHR - Karasburg West Constituency Councillor Paulus Efraim has condemned some churches and shebeens in his area saying their operations make life difficult for residents. AUSSENKEHR – Swapo Party coordinator in the //Kharas Region, Matheus Mumbala has reminded the grape companies that they will be judged not on the number of jobs they provide but on the overall well-being of their workers, the majority of whom live in reed houses without toilets. KEETMANSHOOP - A Namibian Institute of Mining and Technology (NIMT) student is recovering in the Katutura State Hospital after he was savagely attacked by dogs at the institute’s Keetmanshoop campus late one recent Saturday night. KEETMANSHOOP – Newly promoted Namibia Premier League (NPL) campaigners Young Brazilians Football Club still have a few rough edges to polish before the country’s flagship football league gets underway, says the team’s head coach Tolla Julius. KEETMANSHOOP - Keetmanshoop Municipality spokesperson Dawn Kruger says the town is working hard to ensure its roads are well maintained and in good condition as this is crucial for tourism and investors. WINDHOEK - The construction of the N$$5.7 billion Neckartal Dam in the //Kharas Region has now been completed, Agriculture, Water and Forestry Minister Alpheus !Naruseb has revealed. KEETMANSHOOP - The Keetmanshoop municipality has rejected claims in a recent news article that accused its officials of having tampered with the mass housing beneficiary list in which some residents were apparently accidentally declared as ‘dead’ while they are still alive. KEETMANSHOOP - Fonteintjie fish farm at Keetmanshoop is grappling with water woes that have compelled it to cram fish in only three of its ponds, as there is not enough water. KEETMANSHOOP - The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry, Percy Misika says the challenge of access to agricultural inputs need to be addressed if Namibian farmers are to farm efficiently and more productively. KEETMANSHOOP - Keetmanshoop mayor Gaudentia Kröhne says traditional plants and other related resources should not benefit only a few but all members of society. KEETMANSHOOP - The //Kharas Regional Council has endorsed the appointment of Otjozondjupa regional council planning director Beatus Kasete as its Chief Regional Officer.