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The newly elected junior mayor of the City of Windhoek, Lesley Shetukana, said the youth needs to pay attention to their branding, as it elevates their credibility and ultimately enhances their careers. The Seth Mathaba Boois (SMB) Foundation is offering office space and on-site accommodation to a young professional to set up an office in Kalkrand in the Hardap region free of charge for 12 months. A group of young Namibians from the Eke Ndi Yandja Ondi Serwa Ondaya Project have taken it upon themselves to rehabilitate ward seven of the Katutura Intermediate Hospital for hospitalised learners. The SADC members have vehemently refused to allow a leader from Francophone nations to take over the Pan African Parliament (PAP) presidency. In a year that the Covid-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc in the creative industry and other spaces, Namibian stylist Reinhard Mahalie is tirelessly working around the clock, and his efforts have been recognised by Forbes Africa. The first edition of Vintage Market Namibia pulled crowds from all corners of the city. Former national football team player Paulus Shitaleni Shipanga is philanthropic, forgiving, protective and loves his family. Social activist Josy Nghipandua said zero tolerance against gender-based violence needs to trend, so that whoever goes against the grain is discouraged to behave in a manner that harms the next person. The Allan Gray Orbis Foundation is looking for young Namibians, who are curious, driven, responsible and interested in impacting their communities, to apply for funding for the 2022 academic year to study in South Africa. Last year, Windhoek lost the status of being the cleanest city in Africa to Rwanda’s Kigali but today, Gabriel Hamunyela is hands on deck, aiming at keeping not only the city but Namibia as a whole, clean through his company, Gee and Sons Trading. With the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths rapidly increasing in the country, event organisers and leisure establishment owners now say they will not be accessories to murder, and will do what they can to continue operating while following the rules and regulations to the tee. A rather disappointing scene from a clip, going viral from last weekend, is of artists Top Cheri and Manxebe performing in Tsumeb to a massive crowd, despite the latest Covid-19 gathering regulation to only allow 50 people at an event.