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WINDHOEK - Minister of Works and Transport John Mutorwa has called on the newly appointed Road Transportation Board to be analytical when executing their functions so as to make a meaning contribution to Namibia’s socio-economic development. WINDOKO – Kutokwa buiswalo kwababeleki mwaofesi yebona zakufa mañolo abukwaezi ili yezibahala hahulu ka Natis, ili babalekisa mañolo abukwaezi mwalinzila zefosahezi kwabakwaezi babasina lyano famukwakwa sihulu bakwaezi babansu, WINDHOEK – Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Director Paulus Noa said yesterday that the corruption watchdog has not received any formal complaints on the much-publicised ‘illegal installation’ of an elevator at a state-owned guesthouse occupied by former Vice-President Nicky Iyambo. WINDHOEK – President Hage Geingob on Saturday thanked late Ovambanderu Traditional Authority (OTA) senior councillor Mateus Karungaiva Katjiteo for working tirelessly to develop the Eiseb community through his involvement in several initiatives, including the repatriation of the Ovambanderu community from Botswana. WINDHOEK – The U.S Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday announced funding of N$24.4 million towards the Ministry of Health and Social Services for the period of April to September this year to fight the HIV/Aids epidemic. WINDHOEK – President Hage Geingob says the bloated public wage bill that is currently at N$29.3 billion is an issue of concern that needs to be addressed. WINDHOEK- President Hage Geingob, in his State of the Nation Address (Sona) yesterday, said Namibia today is in a better position than it was a year ago. WINDHOEK – The Minister of Works and Transport, John Mutorwa, has cautioned drivers, who will be heading to various destinations for the Easter long weekend, to slow down, stick to the speed limit and take regular breaks to ensure that they stay safe on the roads. WINDHOEK- President Hage Geingob in his State of the Nation Address (Sona) reaffirmed his administration’s commitment in fighting against poverty, social inequality and corruption. WINDHOEK- Minister of Information and Communication Technology Stanley Simataa yesterday reaffirmed the government’s “unwavering” commitment to press freedom and the expression of free speech. WINDHOEK- Namibia Wildlife Resort (NWR) Managing Director Zelna Hengari has been placed on suspension following allegations that she contracted the company to a public private partnership (PPP) with Sun Karros Lifestyle Safaris without necessary approval. WINDHOEK – A government report released yesterday has painted ‘terrible year’ ahead after poor rains, with government urged to implement the drought relief measures without delay in order to provide help to desperate communities. WINDHOEK- The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) Director-General Paulus Noa on Tuesday refuted New Era report titled “ACC clears three ministers.” WINDHOEK - Prosecutor General Martha Imalwa yesterday confirmed she is scrutinising an Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) docket alleging the role supposedly played by ministers Katrina Hanse-Himarwa and Alpheus Naruseb in allocating a resettlement farm to Hanse-Himarwa’s son. WINDHOEK - Agricultural Business Development Agency (Agribusdev), the government agency tasked with managing and supervising the green schemes program across the country, has been operating without a valid board since last year. WINDOKO – Piho yamuuso yene izibahalizwe viki yefelile, ibonisa kuli “silimo se ikaba samaswenyeho”, kasamulaho akutokwa pula, mi muuso uelezwa kutaleleza milelo yakulwanisa linanga kusina tiyeho, ili kuli sicaba sesise sizielehile WINDHOEK – State-owned enterprises collectively owe a massive N$43 billion in debts, which equals 25 percent of GDP. What worries Public Enterprises Minister Leon Jooste even more is that commercial SOEs, from which the government expects to receive dividends, collectively received N$1.2 billion from Treasury in bailouts for the 2017/18 financial year. WINDHOEK - Despite President Hage Geingob’s call last year on the Ministry of Land Reform to put its shoulder to the wheel in starting to implement laws prohibiting illegal fencing, the ministry said yesterday it has only remo WINDHOEK – President Hage Geingob has said the late Mvula ya Nangolo – the veteran journalist who died recently and was laid to rest on this year’s Cassinga Day – was a man who relied on planned implementation rather than coincidences. WINDHOEK - President Hage Geingob on Friday implored media practitioners in the country to play a central role in deepening democracy, unity and social cohesion.