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As November turned to December, we are rejoicing due to the fact that we are extremely flooded with sports all over the country. A rapid assessment on the impact of the Covid-19 national measures on community-led HIV responses in the SADC region shows a complex scenario in which interventions aimed at containing the spread of Covid-19 significantly disrupted community-based responses to HIV and AIDS, while also catalysing creativity and innovation in the way Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) respond to the health and right Turkish Airlines has expanded its footprint in Africa and has commenced with a permanently scheduled cargo operation once a week between Istanbul, Johannesburg and Windhoek. Internet adoption has more than doubled globally since 2010, however, the majority of countries with lower rates of internet access are in Africa, according to the World Economic Forum. According to a recent Agricultural Bank of Namibia report, good rain received early in 2020 resulted in an expected bumper harvest for Namibia’s grape sector On 25 November 2020, Namibians from all walks of life headed to the polls to vote for our regional and local authority councillors. No pun intended but our political leaders’ love for money and power is frightening and sometimes very embarrassing. Namibia is currently going through its most enduring and soaring economic downturn. For any organisation to be regarded as capable, it can be assumed that it has to achieve results attached to the functions associated with such an organisation. In his book, “The Night Without a President,” Sikota Wina, the first Zambia Minister of Local Government and Housing at independence in 1964 relates the events which led to President Kenneth Kaunda to step down on that fateful night of 14 August 1968 at a Party Convention in Choma, Southern Province. In an essay entitled “My Year of Making Lists,” the American writer Hua Hsu reveals that he fell into an obsession with lists in February this year. Life is a quality or an intelligence that possess all creation. Gospel artist of this year in the Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) Maranatha has launched her latest single titled ‘There is Hope’, complemented by a music video. Earl Nightingale, in his book, titled ‘The Strangest Secret’, wrote that if you ask a hundred men and women why they go to work every morning, you may be surprised by their answers. How many times have you heard the saying “Hurt people, hurt people? GOBABIS – Police chief Sebastian Ndeitunga has called on members of the force to be disciplined at all times, saying this was a cornerstone of policing. NKURENKURU – The newly elected councillors of the Nkurenkuru local authority have vowed to bring services closer to the people Kavango East governor Bonifatius Wakudumo has called on stakeholders to ensure their efforts are well coordinated in the fight against gender-based violence. OTJIWARONGO – The governor of Otjozondjupa, James Uerikua, has urged the newly elected councillors in the region to work in unity and harmony in order to effectively and efficiently deliver services to the people.