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WINDHOEK – Maria Vaendwanawa, the chief regional officer (CRO) of the Omaheke Regional Council, WINDHOEK – Exiled resident of the former Caprivi Region Mulife Muchali, wanted for his perceived involvement in the infamous attack on Caprivi in 1999, has ended 20-year exile in Vancouver, Canada as he WINDHOEK – Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein last Tuesday tabled two bills in Parliament, which are the Financial Services Adjudicator Bill and the Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (Namfisa) Bill. WINDHOEK – Newly elected Ondangwa Urban Constituency Councillor Leonard Negonga yesterday explained the delay in his swearing-in, saying that it does not entirely depend on him. WINDHOEK – The High Level Panel on the Economy that is tasked to attract investments worth N$15 billion over the next two years will this week submit its first recommendations to President Hage Geingob ahead of this month’s Economic Growth Summit. GOBABIS – President Hage Geingob is expected to visit Gobabis, Omaheke Region next week Thursday. WINDHOEK – Kunene Governor Marius Sheya has warned the region’s inhabitants against exploiting ethnic division, saying Namibia has only one Kunene and the context of north and south Kunene is being used by WINDHOEK - Government has dug in its heels and refuses to yield to demands by civil servants who want an average of nine percent salary improvements and fringe benefits over the next three years. WINDHOEK – The Deputy Minister of Disability Affairs Alexia Manombe-Ncube has said if Namibia is serious about addressing issues of equality, the country should drastically boost the number of women with WINDHOEK- Discontented with what they say is the slow service delivery and land, residents of Gobabis WINDHOEK - One of Namibia’s richest men, Quinton van Rooyen has said Mexican billionaire investor Alberto Baillères interest in acquiring Erindi, Namibia’s biggest privately-owned game reserve, should bring a smile to every Namibian face. WINDHOEK - According to statistics presented by the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) last week, women are in the majority when it comes to being registered voters. WINDHOEK - The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) says it has set aside N$1.5 billion in reserves to make provision for any inaccuracies with the current data set. WINDHOEK – Seasoned diplomat and current Minister of Presidential Affairs Martin Andjaba has been appointed as acting Minister of Education, Arts and Culture, State House announced yesterday. WINDHOEK - Ovaherero Paramount Chief, Advocate Vekuii Rukoro has described the Presidential Commission of Inquiry on Ancestral Land Claims as an election gimmick. GOBABIS - President Hage Geingob challenged residents of Omaheke Region to use their democratic right and meet him at the ballots if they think he had not delivered on his promises, as he kicked off with his series of town hall meetings here yesterday. GOBABIS - President Hage Geingob has told traditional leaders to stop flooding State House with their disputes and rather solve their squabbles using the existing traditional justice system. Residents of Omaheke Region last week Thursday flocked to the Ben Van Der Walt Primary School hall in Gobabis to engage with President Hage Geingob on issues affecting them and their communities. The President is on a series of such meetings, with each region to interact with him. Journalist Kuzeeko Tjitemisa captured some of the interactions as follows: WINDHOEK - Namibian Defence Force (NDF) acting-chief, Air-Vice Marshal Martin Pinehas has accused the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC)’s Omurari radio station of fabricating news surrounding the WINDHOEK- Omusati Regional Governor Erginus Endjala has said the region has a potential to become the country’s food basket as it has close to 800 000 livestock.