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WINDHOEK - Two churches have sprung to the aid of a destitute Babylon father who begs on the streets to raise his daughter who suffers from a chronic illness. WINDHOEK - Windhoek High Court temporarily set aside settlement agreement that would have seen a 68-year-old woman evicted from a house that has been her home for 26 years. WINDHOEK - A barber and printing shop owner in Windhoek’s informal settlement lights his business using a huge solar panel. WINDHOEK - Law enforcement agencies have recorded a total of 611 cases of domestic violence during the past three months with females being the majority of complainants. WINDHOEK - Residents of Ongulumbashe informal settlement in Okuryangava are concerned about possible health hazards emanating from five broken manholes in the area that have been flowing for months without being attended to by authorities. WINDHOEK - Internal police investigations into the murder case of Alina Kakehongo, 24, shot dead by her ex-boyfriend at Luis Botha to determine if the police were negligent in dealing with the matter that sparked public outrage is now complete. WINDHOEK - Children born during the liberation struggle visited the president of the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) McHenry Venaani seeking his involvement in their quest to get jobs, a plight shared by many other youths. WINDHOEK - A secretive Katutura church, owned by a Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) pastor, is under police investigation after being accused of keeping some of its members hostage at the premises. Windhoek - A distraught mother in Katutura’s Ombili location painfully narrated how her daughter dropped out of university after she joined the Katutura-based church raided by the police on Sunday night. WINDHOEK - Crime can be prevented with the use of modern technology and the closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV) are just the best way to go, revealed City police Senior Superintendent Gerry Shikesho. WINDHOEK - A Katutura family of 19 was left destitute after they lost everything in the fire that gutted down their home last week. A man who transported to school Cheryl Avihe Ujaha, the murdered nine-year-old girl whose dismembered body was gruesomely discovered in Katutura yesterday, is under police questioning. A clearly broken Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila, along with other political leaders could barely hold back tears yesterday The City of Windhoek (CoW) is concerned about the growing trend of persons with disabilities being used by property developers in applying for land. Namibian police and the public collectively offered N$46 000 for information leading to the arrest of the perpetrator/s in the murder of nine-year-old Cheryl Avihe Ujaha. WINDHOEK - The father of slain nine-year-old girl Cheryl Ujaha whose dismembered and boiled body was discovered in Katutura last week is confident the suspect(s) will be caught and brought to justice. WINDHOEK – A four-year-old boy survived what his mother described as an attempted kidnap of her son at a shop in Dorado Park after a man allegedly tried to walk away with the boy on Thursday last week. WINDHOEK - Sipokola sa naha Namibia ni limembala zeñwi zasicaba basulile N$46 000 kuyana nibupaki bobukatisa kuli kutamiwe sibulai kapa libulai zamusizanana wa lilimo zelobañwi Cheryl Avihe Ujaha. Ujaha yo mubili wahae nopumakilwe nikubiliswa, nafumanwi Labubeli kakusasa mwamulapo mabapa ni Staanvas mwa Katutura, kasamulaho atondahala kwa ndu yahabo mwa Katutura. Kubile nisililo kuzwelela kwasicab WINDHOEK – Fellow pupils, friends, family, teachers and politicians bid an emotional farewell to slain Cheryl Avihe Ujaha at a fully packed memorial service at Gammams Primary School in Khomasdal yesterday morning. WINDHOEK - The reward for information leading to the arrest of the perpetrator(s) in the murder of nine-year-old Cheryl Avihe Ujaha was increased to N$100 000.