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Sierra Leone’s first lady, Fatima Maada Bio has praised the #BeFree Youth Campus in Katutura, reassuring attendees that she will replicate the initiative in her home country for the benefit of the youth. Sîsengu tsî !Nari!oabadi Ministeri, John Mutorwab ge ge mî, ge ǂoa ge wekheb !nâ ǀAeǁgams di beros Trans-Kalaharib sîsenxasigu beros dis tawa ge mî, nēti ī berosa nēpa ǁkhowa-ams di ǂâibasens, ǂharuguba !khōdana tsî omkhâisens ǂnamipe a ǀaweǁguisa daoǁgaua sîsenǂuis ai !ammâihe hâsa, !gōsase Namibiab, Botswanab tsî Suid-Afrikab !aroma. New Elementary Namibia is passionately working towards holistically raising the standard of community-based early childhood development centres in informal settlements. Swakopmund lifeguard Jonas Sheyavali’s ultimate dream is to provide a proactive platform for young people to develop their swimming skills and play his civic duty by contributing to the reduction of drowning cases in the country, a worrisome tragedy that can be avoided. Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila says the government has set aside N$892 million to, among others, arrest food insecurity in the country and address drought-related issues, coupled with malnutrition. After being diagnosed with tuberculosis in South Africa, Karen Husselman was briefly admitted there but insisted on being brought back home to a familiar territory that later became a depressing environment, as people started being scared of her. Health minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula has pleaded with Namibians to break the culture of silence and seek help, as suicide is a major public health problem, with far-reaching social, emotional and economic consequences. Indonesian ambassador to Namibia Wisnu Edi Pratignyo says trade relations between the two nations continue growing from strength to strength. The Namibian Police have reminded journalists to be extra careful when covering volatile events, especially those that involve the presence of the police. Namibia follows global trends in terms of the informal economy’s contribution to overall economic health. This is according to industrialisation and trade minister Lucia Ipumbu, who said it is estimated the informal economy contributes about 24% of the country’s GDP and around 56% of the labour force. Deputy health minister Utjiua Ester Muinjangue says oral health is not a luxury, but a fundamental human right and Namibia’s journey to achieving universal health coverage should prioritise oral health. Ministera goukanguki Dr. Kalumbi Shangula kahundilire vaNamibia vahageke mukaro ogu vakara nago gokumwena makura vatameke kupapara mbatero, morwa eyi yokulidipaga nyamoge muntu ngesi kuna kukura ndi asi kuna kara udigu wounene, morwa kuna karamu nye malikwamo dona geparu, magano dona gomuntu ntani eparu nalyo kuna kudigopa nomukaro dona nonzi. President Hage Geingob says the future comes with an inherent responsibility for the youth, which cannot be executed by individuals abusing alcohol and drugs. The Old Mutual Foundation has injected N$500 000 in a new project, the Indaba, aimed at addressing societal matters that face Namibian youth like unemployment and equate preparing for the working environment. The health ministry has said reducing harm to patients is, and will remain a critical part of all their interventions, hence they are working together to ensure that every patient in Namibia receives high-quality care without harm. The national Population and Housing Census kicked off with some hiccups that the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) has said are being dealt with. Member of Parliament Inna Hengari said countries are built on ideas and not on rhetoric, and there is a need to ensure the current circumstances of unemployment, poverty and inequality are addressed without taking away more jobs, using the fourth industrial revolution. The University of Namibia (Unam) is buzzing with excitement today as the inaugural Unam Got Talent show unfolds on its main campus. Spearheaded by Vilho Hakandume, a student representative council for Recreation, this event marks a significant milestone in the university’s history. President Hage Geingob has said the terrifying gap between the wealthy and the marginalised is not just a moral concern but also a threat to global stability and harmony. Despite efforts to ensure Namibians abroad vote during election time, the numbers are not sufficient for those in the diaspora to be counted during the census.