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Minister of Urban and Rural Development, Erastus Uutoni said in future government wants to formulate regulations to restrict the sale of alcohol at the horseshoe market at the Single Quarters where the main business is the unrestricted selling of alcohol. A Groot Aub septuagenarian, who sews face masks that prevent the spread of Covid-19, encouraged other tailors to move out of their comfort zones and start sewing the much sought-after face masks. A five-month-old baby slept outside in a tent for the past two nights with its mother after their shack was razed to the ground on Sunday. They will spend more frigid nights outside, as the mother, employed as a cleaner, is unable to immediately rebuild the shack from her meagre income. Two other children of 40-year-old Rosalia Andjelu are temporarily accommodated by their neighbours. In a strange twist of irony, a 58-year-old-man initially wanted by the police for the alleged theft of N$130 000 tasted his own medicine when he was swindled of N$70 000. Self-proclaimed prophet Jackson Babi and his co-accused Friza Naululu Dumeni, who were part of eight men arrested last week for being in possession of two rhino horns, are scheduled to appear in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court again this morning to set a date for their bail application. The formal bail hearing of self-proclaimed prophet Jackson Babi and his co-accused Friza Naululu Dumeni will start tomorrow in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court. OVER 1 400 fines have been handed out by the police across the country due to people breaching Covid-19 state of emergency regulations between 28 March and 29 May this year. Namibians yesterday formed long queues at liquor stores as government eased Covid-19 regulations to allow the sale of alcohol to resume under looser restrictions. Konyara vantu wokusika ko 1400 kwavapa matengekero morwa epuko eli vavagwana vaporosi mwaza sirongo morwa kapi vasikisamo veta ezi zo Covid 19 vatulire mosirugana kutunda mwa Nsinano 2020 ano ava vakwata kuna kara nye dogoro mwaKudumogona mvhura zeezi. Local so-called prophet Jackson Babi and his co-accused Frizans Naululu Dumeni who were due to appear in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court yesterday for a bail application had their criminal case postponed to 24 July for further police investigations. A 51-year-old vendor who was left with a broken leg after a suspected case of police heavy-handedness and brutality in an incident at his home in Havana informal settlement has opened a case of assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm against law enforcement officers. WINDOKO – Yabizwa mupolofita Jackson Babi niya nyazwa niyena Frzans Naululu Dumeni, ili bane baswanela kubonahala mwa khuta ya muatuli mwa Windoko viki yefelile, kuli bayo ikupela kulibelela muzeko wabona kwande, nebaboni taba yabona iswa la 24 Sikulu kulumelela lipatisiso za sipokola kuzwelapili.