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His biggest wish was to ensure Namibian radios and televisions play at least 50% local music, and for corporates to sponsor one artist for a year as part of their corporate social responsibility. A group of business people on Friday asked President Hage Geingob to declare an economic state of emergency as many businesses are under severe strain and many others have shut down while public institutions are inconsiderate and unresponsive. President Hage Geingob says the issue of genocide is sensitive, and putting a price on people’s lives is not the way to go because life is priceless. The Forum of German-speaking Namibians said their intention and objectives for setting up the grouping, among others, is to become more visible by promoting dialogue with all cultural groups of Namibia. Defence minister Frans Kapofi has called for cooler heads to prevail when debating the contentious genocide agreement in parliament. Near ugly scenes ensued yesterday as members of the opposition angrily marched to parliament to protest the recently concluded genocide agreement between Namibia and Germany. The first e-bike rental station will open in Windhoek’s central business district (CBD) in November this year. The first e-bike rental station will open in Windhoek’s central business district (CBD) in November this year. An Okakarara-born carpenter has been bedridden and unable to provide for his family for four months because of the unusual and spontaneous fracturing of his bones. The rise of the #MeToo movement has enabled some women to stand up for themselves, uncovering systemic sexual harassment and discrimination, which has made certain industries reassess their operations. For a long time, Namibian films have been crippled by issues of funding and exposure in terms of coverage but things are slowly shifting, and changemakers like Multichoice are uplifting and capacitating local films by investing in authentic African stories. People only see what one allows them to see and amongst the many things about Ockert Branton Jansen (37), that’s not known, is that he is a family-oriented individual who deeply cares for children, the less fortunate and those who suffer from certain illnesses.