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Mapokola nebatamile babanyazwa babalalu kakuloba mulao obona zamilyani wabu 13 wasilimo sa 2003, kasamulaho akufumaniwa ni mapilusi akusulula mulwalo. Two suspects are expected to appear in court today for defeating and obstructing the course of justice after they assisted a suspect to flee from an accident scene, where a couple died when a vehicle plunged into their shack while they were fast asleep. A 39-year-old Windhoek man appeared in the Katutura Magistrate’s Court yesterday on rape charges after he allegedly sexually assaulted his stepdaughter. Justice minister Yvonne Dausab says she is appalled at the paltry fine that was slapped on a Chinese businesswoman last week for allegedly pouring urine on a street vendor in Katutura’s Okuryangava. The Katutura police are investigating a case of murder after the body of an unidentified woman was discovered with several stabbed wounds on the chest. The City of Windhoek council on Tuesday approved a proposal by Smart City Sweden Research Institute to conduct a waste to an energy feasibility study in Windhoek. The body of a woman that was found near Windhoek’s Hosianna Parish on Thursday has been identified as of that Charmaine Saron, a political activist and mother of four minor children, from Rehoboth. The Road Fund Administration has been asked to amend its current payment requirements to allow instalments from motorists who are unable to pay annual registration fees at once. The police in the Khomas region are looking for three suspects who held a taxi driver at gunpoint and robbed him of the vehicle and other valuables on Friday at Hakahana. The 33-year-old taxi driver was robbed of his Nissan Note valued at N$37 000 and a cellphone (iPhone 6) worth N$3 600. Women and children continue to suffer sexual violence at the hands of men as the police investigate several cases in which three women and a boy were sexually violated over the weekend. About 30 people were left homeless in Windhoek yesterday after they were apparently evicted from their home of more than 30 years. The evictees were staying in a complex on Kinshasa Street, Wanaheda, when they were served with eviction notices in April this year. They are part of 300 residents who received the eviction orders in April. The police confirmed that one of the suspects linked to the murder of 28-year-old Charmaine Saron, who was stabbed 24 times and dumped in a riverbed behind the Hosianna Church in Katutura last Thursday, has been detained. The chairperson of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on ICT and Innovation, Modestus Amutse, has commended the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation for introducing radio drama series on all their stations, saying it will promote Namibian cultural diversity and art. Chaos erupted on Tuesday evening when a group of people who were evicted from a Wanaheda compound allegedly resorted to vandalising the entire compound. A suspect, linked to the murder of 28-year-old Charmaine Saron, who was stabbed 24 times and dumped in a riverbed behind the Hosianna Church in Katutura a fortnight ago, has been apprehended at Keetmanshoop on Saturday. The rate of suicide in Namibia continues to rise, with law-enforcement authorities announcing eight new cases and four murders over the previous week. The City of Windhoek says it has started an investigation after one of its municipal buses was involved in an accident on Monday, leaving two passengers injured. Government has threatened to revoke the refugee status of refugees engaging in criminal activities. Information and communication technology minister Peya Mushelenga has urged stakeholders in the ICT sector to redouble efforts to ensure 100% internet coverage nationwide. The police in the Khomas region are investigating a case of culpable homicide after two brothers lost their lives in an accident in the early hours of Saturday in Windhoek.