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The environment and tourism ministry has said rhino poaching remains a serious concern with 87 rhinos poached in 2022, consisting of 61 black rhinos and 26 white rhinos. The Namibian Police said it does not condone the unbecoming conduct of its members which tends to attract civil claims against the force. The Russian billionaire Rashid Sardarov, who owns the Marula Game Ranch near Dordabis, has committed to constructing a multi-million-dollar public school for children in the area. Despite the endless challenges plaguing most public schools, including limited resources and bulging learner numbers per teacher, many parents have opted their children out of expensive private schools to State schools. The Namibia Defence Force yesterday confirmed they confiscated a sophisticated sailing drone, believed to have been active at the coast in the vicinity of the Lüderitz for half a year. Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) CEO Digu //Naobeb has confirmed that he informed the board that he no longer wishes to continue employment with the board. In response to reports about the confiscation of a saildrone found in Namibian territorial waters near Lüderitz, the United States embassy in Namibia strongly refuted claims that its government is involved with or has interfered with the confiscated drone. Isaac Hoaeb, who was re-elected as mayor of Otavi on 31 January, assured his continued commitment to solidifying the achievements the council made in addressing the challenges encountered in improving the quality of life for all people. Russiab di !hūǁî bijunmariseb, Rashid Sardarovi hîa Marula !Aub !Garo!āsa ǀGordabes ǀgūse a ǀhonkhoe-aib, ge aitsamaba xu ge māsen, ǂgui miljunmaris ǁkhāsiba !khōǂgā hâ ǂhanub skolab ǁnā !â!âb !nâ ra hâ skolǂgâ ra ǀgôan !aroma ǁîb !garo!ās ai nî omsa. The University of Namibia (Unam) has announced that Namibian students who owe the institution N$10 000 or less are now allowed to register. The majority of Okahandja councillors are questioning the continued cancellation of a cleaning tender. The tender in question aims to serve as an emergency response to clean up filth that has become the norm in Okahandja, which was once cherished as one of the cleanest municipalities in Namibia. The ministry of agriculture, responsible for water affairs, has managed to mobilise funds so that government can excavate and rehabilitate earth dams in various constituencies in the northern communal areas. The environment and tourism ministry has paid out N$24.2 million in compensation for losses caused by wild animals since 2019. An environment and tourism official was arrested with three other men for illegally hunting a protected blue wildebeest in the Daan Viljoen game park, west of Windhoek. Education minister Anna Nghipondoka on Friday encouraged those who piggy back on the hard work of others to seriously look into their work ethics and commitment. Mubeleki mwalikolo la zanaheñi ni bupoti natamilwe nibabañwi babalalu kakuzuma folofolo yesilelelizwe, ili kokoñu yandilu mwasibaka sapabalelo yalifolofolo sa Daan Vilijoen, upa watolopo ya Windoko. The Zambezi regional council is preparing for floods as the level of the Zambezi River continues to rise. In fact, several villages have already been cut off from basic services as vehicles can no longer access these areas due to the heavy rain that fell over the past months. The ministry of education has promised targeted immediate intervention strategies following the dismal outcome of the 2022 grade 11 and Advanced Subsidiary (AS) results. The Okahandja municipality CEO Alphons Tjitombo is challenging anyone who claims that he had a hand in the procurement process of a rented truck from Okakarara to carry out municipal work at the garden town to show evidence. Katengo kasikiliti sa Zambezi kasweli kuitukesaza muunda, mayemo amezi mwanuka ya Lyambai habonaqhala kunanuha kabubebe.