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WINDHOEK – Ohangwena Region leads the list of regions with the highest number of illegal fencing in communal areas, according to data released at the 2nd National Land Conference currently being held in Windhoek. WINDHOEK – The Namibia Non-Governmental Organisations Forum (NANGOF) wants the establishment of an inclusive body of stakeholders to monitor and implement the resolutions of the 2nd National Land Conference that will be formulated by delegates. WINDHOEK- President Hage Geingob has hailed the 2nd National Land Conference that he said was inclusive and successful, adding that Namibians demonstrated to themselves and to the global community that the country is a matured democracy. WINDHOEK – Official opposition Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) leader, McHenry Venaani, yesterday denounced the 2nd National Land Conference, saying the resolutions were crafted by highly skilled people in such a way that it will never compromise government. WINDHOEK- The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology is mourning Senior Journalist and Associate Editor of New Era Publications Corporation (NEPC), Desiewaar Heita, who suddenly passed away last week at his house due to an alleged freak accident. WINDHOEK- President Hage Geingob wants to restore and re-establish trust and fairness in the resettlement programme, saying that trust is gained through transparency and accountability. WINDHOEK- President Hage Geingob has told Safety and Security Minister Charles Namoloh to put his shoulder to the wheel and start implementing laws prohibiting illegal fencing in various communal areas without further delay. WINDHOEK – There were moments of high drama in the National Assembly after a Swapo MP did not take kindly to opposition critique of the New Basic Education Bill, with a Swapo MP calling her rival a ‘Koevoet.’ WINDHOEK - Normally when one visits a farm, they expect a welcoming farming environment that consists of the bleating of goats, the mooing of cattle, bawling, not to mention the cackle of chickens. Alas, that is not the greeting one got at Ongombo West. Especially on the section of the farm allocated to the former farm employees, who did so well as farmworkers but apparently have failed to prosper WINDHOEK - President Hage Geingob is impressed by the relationship between Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta and the country’s opposition leader Raila Odinga. WINDHOEK- Bunya, a tiny village in the Kapako Constituency, Kavango West Region has been chosen as the host for this year’s Southern African Development Community (SADC) World Food Day celebration. WINDHOEK - Minister of Urban and Rural Development Peya Mushelenga yesterday approved the request by the City of Windhoek (CoW) management committee to suspend its Chief Executive Officer Robert Kahimise over a study loan he took from the City. WINDHOEK- President Hage Geingob on Saturday declared Namibia’s backing for Kenya’s quest for a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council for the year 2021- 2022. WINDHOEK – For the umpteenth time, government yesterday moved to clarify and strongly defend its decision to lease four farms, measuring 17 385 hectares, to a Russian company that intends on investing billions into infrastructure, conservation and jobs. WINDHOEK – The City of Windhoek’s management committee will today convene a special meeting to officially suspend its CEO Robert Kahimise and to appoint an acting CEO, New Era has learned. Kahimise’s suspension was approved by Minister of Urban and Rural Development Peya Mushelenga, following a written request by some members of the management committee to suspend him. WINDHOEK - Lawyers representing suspended CEO of the City of Windhoek Robert Kahimise have asked that their client be reinstated as he was suspended illegally. WINDHOEK - Opposition parties are waving red flags with regard to the massive Russian farms deal, saying the multi-billion dollar arrangement could open the floodgates for other wealthy foreigners to acquire prestige Namibian land. WINDHOEK - Workers at the country’s largest trade union federation, National Union of Namibian Workers (NUNW), face uncertainty due to the federation’s delicate financial situation. WINDHOEK- Horasis Chairperson Dr Frank Richter during a courtesy call on President Hage Geingob on the margins of the World Investment Forum (WIF) extended an invitation to Geingob to be the guest of honour at the 2019 Horasis Global Meeting in Cascais, Portugal next April. DORDABIS- Disgruntled, landless, hopeless, sad and hungry is how best to describe the over 1 200 residents of the sleepy village of Dordabis some 90 kilometres east of Windhoek.