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KEETMANSHOOP - The Constitution of Namibia, Article 95, requires the state to actively promote as well as maintain the welfare of people and create equal opportunities. WINDHOEK – Nominees for one of the most anticipated events in the country, the Namibia Annual Music Awards (NAMAs), were announced over the weekend. KEETAMNSHOOP - President Hage Geingob yesterday equated his nationwide town hall meetings to a concerned father monitoring the well being of his children. WINDHOEK - Kwasa-kwasa/soukous band 4x4 Too Much Power this week lost one of its members Kabeya wa Kabeya Kinoi after a long illness. WINDHOEK - The Simply You Magazine and Lifestyle and Fashion Awards recently held auditions to scout for talented Namibians to host the auspicious honours but to the judges’ disappointment people did not WINDHOEK – Pan-Africanist, Professor Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba, also known as PLO Lumumba, said the youth of Namibia, and any other African country, cannot afford the luxury of being indifferent. KEETMANSHOOP – The Landless People’s Movement of Namibia (LPM), during a media briefing, described President Hage Geingob’s recent town hall meeting in the town as a means of campaigning for the KEETMANSHOOP- Magistrate Melissa Mungunda on Monday found three accused persons not guilty on charges of stock theft, seven years after their first court appearance in the Keetmanshoop Magistrate’s Court. School Corner’s Aletta Shikololo spent the day at the Khomasdal Stadium last week Friday where three private schools in Windhoek held a sports day. I have spent much of my life looking into the lives of people I admire. I have always been one who believes in the power of learning and not making mistakes that can be avoided by learning from those that have WINDHOEK- Namibia Premier League (NPL) former champions Tigers Football Club will in the current transfer and registration window not sign any new players. KEETAMANSHOOP - Over 11 000 eligible voters in the //Kharas Region exercised their right to participatory democracy during the supplementary registration process that ended on Saturday. On the recent World Environmental Day celebrations held in Karasburg in the //Kharas Region, New Era’s WINDHOEK - Thirteen years after Namibia committed itself fully to an attempt to recognise the need to rapidly accelerate access to, affordability of, and incentives to use fertilisers alongside conservation KEETMANSHOOP – A retired communal farmer from Gibeon in the Hardap Region is now forced to keep her livestock at home as a result of the devastating drought prevailing in the country. WINDHOEK - After the drought, it is time for the primary resources to recover and to be followed by accelerated livestock production after an adequate lag period. Advantage is to be taken of the good years WINDHOEK – The Namibia Paralympics Committee (NPC) is in the process of joining forces with a British expert that will help train and set up a highly competitive wheelchair basketball team for Namibia. KEETMANSHOOP - Members of the !Nami#nus Constituency Aids Coordinating Committee (Cacoc) recently held a mentoring workshop in Lüderitz. School Corner’s Paheja Siririka visited Windhoek Afrikaanse Privaatskool (WAP) to witness the handover of tyres for the school busses by Trentyre Namibia. The handing over included a six-tyre set of Goodyear WINDHOEK – Popular Democratic Movement Youth League (PDMYL) Secretary-General Bensen Katjirijova has called for the extension of the supplementary registration of voters that ended last weekend.