Author: Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
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the party will be stopped at nothing to recall non-performing councillors. Former National Unity Democratic Organisation secretary general Meundju Jahanika announced yesterday he has joined the Swapo candidate for the Windhoek West constituency Emma Muteka wants to bring in a rent-to-own scheme that will allow tenants renting ECN chief electoral and referenda officer Theo Mujoro - quoting section 83 of the Electoral Act - said the only way a duly nominated candidate can be withdrawn after nomination is when a candidate dies or become incapacitated. President Hage Geingob has joined the chorus of world leaders in congratulating Joe Biden and Kamala Harris after the Democratic Party emerged victorious in the United States (US) elections. The family of three brothers and a cousin, who were allegedly gunned down by members of the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) on Thursday night along the Chobe River in the Zambezi region, said they are pinning their hope on the Namibian government to get answers for them. Independent candidate for the Epukiro constituency Sandie Tjaronda has vowed to make the constituency the region’s economic hub by, among others, reinforcing the agricultural sector and building capacity to add value to its raw materials. The family of three Namibian fishermen and their Zambian cousin, fatally shot by members of the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) last week along the Chobe River, claimed the soldiers killed the unarmed men “execution style”. In a display of solidarity following the brutal shooting of four family members last week by the Botswana Defence Force BDF, a series of protests have been organised for tomorrow in Windhoek and Katima Mulilo. he is expected to be conferred an award for outstanding achievement in the field of diplomacy for peaceful conflict resolutions on Saturday. Swanu candidate for the unpredictable Otjombinde constituency Ngajoo Mbuende is oozing with confidence ahead of the regional council and local authority elections. President Hage Geingob and his Botswana counterpart Mokgweetsi Masisi have both called for a speedy investigation into the fatal shooting of three Namibians and their Zambian cousin by the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) last week Thursday. The burial of three fishermen who were fatally shot by members of the Botswana Defence Force (BDF) more than a week ago, and that of their mother, will take place tomorrow at Impalila Island, the family confirmed yesterday. Namibians, who last Friday stood in solidarity with the four slain fishermen at the hands of the Botswana Defence Force, have called for the immediate revocation of the controversial ‘shoot-to-kill’ policy. Higher education minister Itah Kandjii-Murangi yesterday said she was standing by her letter addressed to the council of the Namibia University of Science and Technology following the naming of Dr Erold Naomab as the university’s new vice chancellor. Founding President Sam Nujoma has dedicated the outstanding achievement award in the field of diplomacy for peaceful conflict resolutions, conferred upon him at the weekend in Cairo, to the Namibian people. … president says killing of innocent citizens won’t be tolerated Independent candidate for the Samora Machel constituency Henry Ngenomesho has promised to advance the cause of street vendors and hawkers to allow them to get into the mainstream of the economy. International relations minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah yesterday called on the United Nations to intervene in the disputed Western Sahara after the leader of the pro-independence Polisario Front vowed to end a 29-year ceasefire with Morocco, citing recent border operations as a provocation. Following claims by the Botswana Defence Force that the four fishermen killed along the Chobe River were armed with weapons, the Namibian police yesterday dispatched divers to assist in the search for the alleged firearms.