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The Landless People’s Movement leader, Bernadus Swartbooi, has said his party will do whatever it takes to block the planned uranium mine in the Aminuis constituency in the Omaheke region. Chief of the Maharero Royal House, Tjinaani Maharero, has raised concern over the lack of genocide history in schools’ curricula, claiming that this leads to academic genocide and intellectual deprivation. Nausab ǂhanuga ge mâmâisa ge dī, nēti ī ǂkhari-omn di sîsenūsab Namibiab !aroma 2017ǁî kurib ǀams ai ga ǀamǀamhâ ti, xawe di ge omaridi hîa Kuneneb, Hardap tsî ǁkharas ǀkharigu dina koro kuriga nēti ī mîmâis khao!gâ !kharu tsî noxopa nē ǁhōxuhe ra ǂkhari-om!nôana ra sîsenū. Water minister Calle Schlettwein has said the quest to mainstream the discussion around the importance of water is hamstrung by the fragmented way in which nations deal with the sector. The race has begun to succeed the late Omukwaniilwa Immanuel Kauluma Elifas as the chairperson of the Council of Traditional Authorities in Namibia. President Hage Geingob has extended warm felicitation to President João Lourenço on his re-election as the president of Angola. Retiring police chief Sebastian Ndeitunga says his 17-year and four-month journey as the country’s top cop has not been easy but added he executed the task with honour, dignity and dedication. Former Ovaherero Genocide Foundation president Utjiua Muinjangue has labelled the German government 'a joke' after the European nation reportedly rejected to renegotiate the N$18 billion offer it has promised to aid projects in Namibia over 30 years to atone for its role in genocide and property seizures during 1904-1908. Namibia and Botswana are expected to sign a memorandum of understanding for a one-stop border post at the Trans-Kalahari–Mamuno entry point, a move aimed at facilitating the free movement of people and goods between the two nations. A local authority councillor has been arrested for possession of cannabis. With a combined experience of close to 60 years in the top echelons of national politics, four long-serving politicians Albert Kawana, Doreen Sioka, Calle Schlettwein and National Assembly speaker Peter Katjavivi will be stepping down from active politics in two years’ time. Landless People’s Movement (LPM) parliamentarian Henny Seibeb on Tuesday moved two separate motions that seek to address strategies to permanently write off water and electricity debts of local authorities. Political analysts have urged the country’s political parties to follow Independent Patriots for Change’s model in how they handle party officials accused of engaging in questionable business or committing crimes. President Hage Geingob has expressed the need to enhance and consolidate the implementation of existing agreements between Namibia and Botswana. President Hage Geingob will today set sail on a nine-day working visit to three nations: Angola, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. The 10 Swapo candidates aspiring to become the party’s next leaders will now have to square off in leadership debates in front of party delegates, the first of its kind, party president Hage Geingob revealed yesterday. The Japan International Cooperation Agency Namibia’s resident representative Takehiro Susaki has expressed worry that the country is not fully utilising JICA, calling on Namibians who find themselves in need of development aid to approach his office. • Party sets strict campaign rules • Kapofi withdraws from race • Jerry lawyers up National Assembly speaker Peter Katjavivi has expressed his family’s gratitude for the support and prayers that Namibians and the international community have shown, following the passing of his “dear wife” Jane Katjavivi. Economic analysts have dismissed the proposal by Landless People’s Movement parliamentarian Henny Seibeb to permanently write off the water and electricity debts of local authorities as unsustainable and unrealistic for both utility companies and local authorities.