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As the world scrambles in deciding how to deal with the latest Coronavirus sub-variant, of which two cases have been confirmed in Namibia, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has issued a statement, saying closing international borders is merely an ineffective knee-jerk reaction. Standard Bank Namibia yesterday contributed N$400 000 to the project Never Walk Alone for the procurement of shoes for underprivileged children across the country. A 17-year-old Windhoek High School learner lost his life on Saturday after sustaining injuries as a result of an experiment with a BB gun. As the growl from Windhoek residents bemoaning the state of law and order in the city becomes louder, City Police chief Abraham Kanime said his forces would be on the ground to prevent criminals flourishing and try their level best to ensure the safety of residents. Mines and energy minister Tom Alweendo says Namibia is one of the front-runners in becoming a continental green hydrogen hub. The National Youth Service security recruits have demanded that the service be liquidated and for government to take it over as they demonstrated over late pay and an array of grievances. Morwa sivaro sovatungimo mositata saVenduka, noveta nonongendeseso dahepa nado kukara dinakwata moyitji,mukurona govaporosi wositata Abraham Kanime katente asi vaporosi vendi ngesi tavakarugana momunene omu navapira kukatarerera notjotji dikagendagure mositata ano vatungimo vahepa kuparuka monaruwa. Mobile Telecommunications Limited last week handed over various machinery and equipment to technical and vocational education training (TVET) graduates and for gardening projects from across the country. Communication Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) spokesperson Katrina Sikeni has urged cellphone users to register their subscriber identity module (SIM) cards before the deadline of 31 December 2023. European Union Commissioner Jutta Urpilainen said a crucial thing for Namibia right now is to invest in teacher training, which ultimately sets the tone for the foundation of early childhood and pre-primary education. Health Minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula said over the past two decades, the number of annual deaths among people living with HIV has more than halved, and the rate of new HIV infections is almost four times lower. The long distances many learners in remote rural areas have to travel to access school has on numerous occasions led to them quitting. EUROPEAN Unions Kommisares Jutta Urpilainens ge ge mî, ǁî-i kaise nē ǁaeb !nâ Namibiab !aroma a ǂhâǂhâsa xū-i ge, ǁgau!nâ-aon ǁkhāǁkhākhâis !nâ ǁguirisa tsî nēs ǀkha !gao!gao ǁgau!nâs ai ǂâisa gere ǂnûise The country’s biggest telecommunications company, MTC, yesterday clarified that gathering customers’ biometric information during SIM card registration should not cause concern. When Ladislaus Shikerete saw people still use plastic bags despite the plastic bag levy introduced in Namibia in August 2019, he decided to turn plastic waste into profitable products. Getting screened for cervical cancer is a lifesaving step for women. The Namibian Society of Composers and Authors of Music (Nascam) board has been accused of bullying and side-lining employees, scrapping birthday bonuses, not employing a new CEO, and getting rid of an employee without notice, among other things. Filmmakers Ndakalako Shilongo and Othilia Tutu Mungoba relish the opportunity granted to them to attend the Jo’burg Film Festival and later assist in the creation of the Namibian chapter of the Sisters Working in Film and Television (SWIFT). The chairperson of Namib Desert Diamonds Bryan Eiseb told New Era that Namibia is endowed with natural resources, and there is a dire need to use that and uplift the youth and ultimately address issues of unemployment and education. Many tourists and locals alike are often seen taking pictures or having their pictures taken with the meteorites along Post Street Mall in Windhoek.