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The trial of Cameroonian-born businessman Antoine ‘Tony’ Mbok and his co-accused Daniel David Nghiwilepo is set to resume on 12 June before Windhoek High Court Judge Nate Ndauendapo. A Namibian man, who claims to be the inventor of MTC’s multiple Aweh concept, is dragging the telecommunications giant to the High Court for copyright infringement. The trial of the biological mother of a nine-year-old girl who was killed and her body burned allegedly by her and two co-accused, was transferred to the High Court by magistrate Dawid Mukuyu on Tuesday. Muzeko wamahe musizana walilimo zelobañwi yana bulailwe ni situpu sahae kucisiwa kibabañwi bababeli, noshimbululezwi kwa Khuta Yepahami kimuatuli yomunyinyani Dawid Mukuyu Labubeli. Thirty-year-old Azaan Madisia yesterday pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and robbery with aggravating circumstances in the death of Shannon Ndatega Wasserfall. Windhoek High Court Judge Orben Sibeya last week set 9 March 2023 as the date to hear the application by convicted drug dealer Grant Noble for leave to appeal his conviction in the Supreme Court. The late Shannon Wasserfall’s son was supposed to remain with Azaan Madisia (30) to wean him off breastfeeding, the boyfriend of Wasserfall testified yesterday. President Hage Geingob has implored the Judiciary to find other means to improve justice for all. President Hage Geingob says the Namibian economy is on the rebound after a long period of lethargic global economic growth and depressed commodity prices, which had a negative effect on the economy. Deputy prosecutor general Henry Muhongo on Friday closed the State’s case against siblings Azaan Madisia (30) and Steven Mulundu (22), accused of murdering Shanon Ndatega Wasserfall. Police inspector general Joseph Shikongo, through his lawyer Nambili Mhata, has sent a letter of demand to activist Michael Saddam Amushelelo to immediately stop spreading false rumours about him through social media, or face a lawsuit of N$1 million. The main accused in the trial of five men accused of the murder of Walvis Bay businessman Hans-Jorg Möller fired his second Legal Aid lawyer, Meriam Kandoni, and appointed Mbanga Siyomunji on a private instruction. Advocate Ed Marondedze yesterday informed Windhoek High Court Acting Judge Kobus Miller that another two Fishrot accused are challenging his decision not to recuse himself from the trial in the Supreme Court. A Windhoek resident, accused of viciously attacking and killing his wife with a hammer, was convicted of murder with direct intent and defeating the course of justice on Tuesday. Russian national Alexander Krylov and his Namibian counterpart Anna Engelbrecht were convicted on charges of rape and trafficking in persons. Two men from the south made separate first appearances on Thursday in the Windhoek High Court before Judge Christi Liebenberg on charges of murder, read with the provisions of the Combating of Domestic Violence Act, among others. The matter in which a security company’s vehicle was robbed of over N$1 million and one of the guards killed, returned to the Windhoek High Court after 12 years. Prosecutor Sylvia Kauluma on Friday strenuously objected to bail being granted to businessman-turned-activist-turned-politician Michael Amushelelo and three of his co-accused after his latest arrest. A Gobabis resident, accused of killing his romantic partner during sexual intercourse, pleaded not guilty to a charge of murder, read with the provisions of the Combating of Domestic Violence Act, yesterday before Windhoek High Court judge Dinnah Usiku. Fishrot accused James Hatuikulipi pleaded not guilty to charges, ranging from corruptly giving gratification as an inducement, bribery or improperly influencing an authorised officer and defeating or obstructing the course of justice in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court.