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Political parties and candidates contesting next week’s regional council and local authority elections are expected to make their last pitch for votes, with campaign rallies planned across the country. Independent Patriots for Change (IPC) president Panduleni Itula said he was confident that Wednesday’s regional and local authority elections would be credible. In the last push for votes yesterday, Swapo president Hage Geingob promised improved service delivery to turn the dreams of Namibian citizens into reality. WINDOKO – Kasamulaho alikakalezo kuzwelela kwasisole sa naha Botswana, kuli mandui babane bane ba bulailwe kwamukulela wanuka ya Chobe nebana ni litobolo, mapokola banaha Namibia viki yefelile nebalumezi batuleli ba mwamezi, kuyotusa mwakubata litobolo zebulelwa. Health minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula has expressed concern about the growing disregard for the Covid-19 regulations and protocols. Emotions are running high as Namibians anxiously await the final release of yesterday’s regional council and local authority election results. Presidential press secretary Alfredo Hengari on Tuesday hailed the Ombudsman report which states that President Hage Geingob’s remarks that white Namibians had declared a ‘war’ on Swapo by registering in huge numbers did not violate white people’s constitutional rights. International relations and cooperation minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah said that Namibia is deeply concerned about the conflicts in both Ethiopia and Mozambique. After losing its grip over the capital’s municipal council, the ruling party might try to work out a coalition with some of its political opponents, which analysts opined will be a difficult task to accomplish. Eight ambassadors and heads of missions accredited to Namibia presented their credentials to President Hage Geingob at State House on Friday as per the country’s constitution. WINDOKO – Swapo neluzize hahulu mwalilalanda zabutokwa mwaliketisa za Labulalu za likiliti mi litolopo. Swapo politburo member Ngarikutuke Tjiriange says the ruling party is at a point where it should reinvent itself to be more inclusive, including in its decision-making structures. President Hage Geingob has thanked all Namibians for the peaceful and orderly manner in which they conducted themselves during and after the campaigns for last week’s local and regional government elections. President Hage Geingob has made a clarion call to his Cabinet ministers to have a bigger responsibility and help strengthen the fight against division, tribalism, racism, regionalism and corruption, saying these vices stifle the country’s development. The outcome of the regional council and local authority elections has ushered in a new era of coalition politics. A long-cherished dream of becoming the number one resident of the City of Windhoek was realised yesterday by youth activist and academic Job Amupanda. Namibia’s cattle industry is slaughtering around 150 000 cows every year while the country’s livestock industry is worth a booming N$3.4 billion. Meatco confirmed these figures, in its 2019/20 annual report. The Agricultural Bank of Namibia (Agribank) continues to face a liquidation squeeze for various reasons. Former Cabinet minister Kazenambo Kazenambo has been leading a quiet life since leaving his ministerial job in December 2012. Former youth minister Kazenambo Kazenambo believes the next president of the country should be female.