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The 2021 edition of the Nedbank for Autism Series was launched on 20 February at Omeya Golf Club, and came full circle at Omeya recently when the final took place. The Office of the Judiciary has announced the appointment of Benhardt Kukuri as new executive director, replacing founding ED Rolanda van Wyk who went on early retirement this year. Namibia is in an unenviable position as a developing country, its economy is very fragile and it is trying to weather the pandemic. The speed or pace at which hate-crime murders and executions of gay marriages/LGBTI people are taking place is overwhelming Although rental markets across most advanced economies are on a path of recovery due to the resumption of normal life, improved pace of Covid-19 vaccination and job growth, these dynamics remain farfetched in the Namibian market. While some people believe that ‘quitters never win and winners never quit’, this has not been true for Viktorio Mimi Martita, who quit her full-time job as an office administrator to become a pharmacist. After successfully hosting Science Week in Windhoek last week, activities now move to the Swakopmund Museum from 6 to 11 December 2021. Namibia’s super bantamweight champion Matheus ‘The Beast’ Heita says he is still riding the crest of the wave following his last knockout win over compatriot Julius Sheetheni – and come Saturday, he again plans to reign supreme. African culture has been a critical weapon in the struggle against slavery, racism, colonial subjugation, and economic marginalisation, says Swapo parliamentarian Eveline !Nawases-Tayele. Many rural schools in the Zambezi region are still faced with several challenges when it comes to teaching and learning, and the Ioma Combined School in the Katima Rural constituency is no exception. The education ministry recently received food supplements for marginalised children at Early Childhood Development Centres (ECDCs), as well as educational supplies for children with disabilities and special needs from the Japanese government and Unicef. Being diagnosed HIV-positive does not mean the end of life; it merely requires one to make adjustments to one’s lifestyle and to start living positively with purpose, determination, rigour and perseverance.