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WINDHOEK- President Hage Geingob on Saturday declared Namibia’s backing for Kenya’s quest for a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council for the year 2021- 2022. WINDHOEK – For the umpteenth time, government yesterday moved to clarify and strongly defend its decision to lease four farms, measuring 17 385 hectares, to a Russian company that intends on investing billions into infrastructure, conservation and jobs. WINDHOEK – The City of Windhoek’s management committee will today convene a special meeting to officially suspend its CEO Robert Kahimise and to appoint an acting CEO, New Era has learned. Kahimise’s suspension was approved by Minister of Urban and Rural Development Peya Mushelenga, following a written request by some members of the management committee to suspend him. WINDHOEK - Lawyers representing suspended CEO of the City of Windhoek Robert Kahimise have asked that their client be reinstated as he was suspended illegally. WINDHOEK - Opposition parties are waving red flags with regard to the massive Russian farms deal, saying the multi-billion dollar arrangement could open the floodgates for other wealthy foreigners to acquire prestige Namibian land. WINDHOEK - Workers at the country’s largest trade union federation, National Union of Namibian Workers (NUNW), face uncertainty due to the federation’s delicate financial situation. WINDHOEK- Horasis Chairperson Dr Frank Richter during a courtesy call on President Hage Geingob on the margins of the World Investment Forum (WIF) extended an invitation to Geingob to be the guest of honour at the 2019 Horasis Global Meeting in Cascais, Portugal next April. DORDABIS- Disgruntled, landless, hopeless, sad and hungry is how best to describe the over 1 200 residents of the sleepy village of Dordabis some 90 kilometres east of Windhoek. WINDHOEK- Nearly 1 700 people have been retrenched in various sectors of the economy in the last five months, revealed the Minister of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment Creation, Erkki Nghimtina, on Thursday. WINDHOEK- The finance ministry has during this financial year paid N$2.1 billion of accumulated invoices, including those arising from the slowdown on projects and penalties, Minister Calle Schlettwein said. WINDHOEK - The turnaround strategies deployed by Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) over the past five years were highly successful and have shown that with the right combination of factors, organisations can meet challenges head on, CEO David Nuyoma said yesterday. WINDHOEK- Government yesterday confirmed the recognition of Chief Turimuro Hoveka and his traditional seat the Hoveka Royal House as a traditional authority in the jurisdiction of Eiseb Block in the Otjombinde Constituency in the Omaheke Region.