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Some National Council lawmakers are in support of a motion that calls for an urgent investigation into the causes of the 2022 high failure rate which saw many learners not making the cut for university entry requirements. The Ministry of Labour and Home Affairs in Botswana has announced that country and Namibia will sign an agreement to permit the use of national identity cards for the two countries as travel documents to cross their borders. More and more health facilities continue to operate without the emergency services of an ambulance countrywide – a situation putting the lives of many patients at risk as they can’t access medical attention on time. At the recommendation of the gaming and entertainment board, the environment and tourism ministry has extended the period by six months to register all unregistered gambling machines and operations. A parliamentary standing committee on education matters has noted with grave concern the mushrooming of community hostels, which in some instances, are believed to be established for financial gains. Ministeli zovarugani ntani nezi zeyiyomonda zosirongo mosirongo somaparambo saBotswana kavageve mbudi asi sirongo sawo nesi saNamibia tavakanyatera malizuvho omu navakagava asi varuganese tupu mafano gosirongo goyirongo eyi yivali nsene asi kwakuza oka dingura yiyo tupu nolikida makura yina kumangurukire kukadingura. Swapo vice president Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah has promised to bring back lost public trust after the ruling party’s support dropped markedly during the November 2020 elections. It has emerged that one of the main challenges leading to poor academic performance and lack of school supervision in the Zambezi region is the delay in appointing teachers and principals. The once-hyped multi-million-dollar Kongola crocodile farm has become a white elephant after the state-of-the-art ranch was left incomplete for years. Tiyeho yakukenya maticele ni bazamaisi balikolo isinuzwi kuba hala butata bobutisa kusa eza hande mwatuto mwasikiliti sa Zambezi. espite having quality meat and healthy livestock, farmers in the Zambezi region are dissatisfied with the prices of their produce fetch, as many resort to the informal meat trade. Stock theft and timber smuggling remain a major challenge in Sibbinda and Kongola constituencies as local farmers lose livestock which is often driven into neighbouring Zambia through the thick unguarded border. At least nine schools in the flood-prone Kabbe area have been inundated by heavy floods, leaving learners and teachers fearing drownings or being bitten by snakes, which have found the swampy schools’ field a haven. Busholi bwa likomu busiyala kuba butata bobutuna mwalilalanda za Sibbinda ni Kongola, mi balimi bazwelapili kulatehelwa kilimunanu zabona zenatelwanga mwa Zambia kwamuseto osa kantelwi. Likolo zelobañwi mwalibaka zetibiswa kimezi amuunda mwasilalanda sa Kabbe lipotolohilwe kimuunda, kusiya baituti ni maticele mwasabo yakutiba kapa kulumiwa kilinoha, ili zese fumaneha mwamilapo yeli mabapa ni sikolo. Kutokwa linzila ni maino abaituti ni maticele kibutata bayahi basikolo batalimana ni bona. Community conservation leaders from four Southern African countries in the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area are up in arms because the UK government intends to prohibit the import of wildlife trophies by means of legislation. Despite the fact that flash floods are causing misery in the Zambezi region, most residents, especially fishermen, see it as an opportunity to cash in as fish resources come in abundance. The community of Sibbinda is divided over the recent appointment of a cleaner at the constituency office, as the aggrieved parties feel the recruitment process was unfair. The reappointment of auditor general Junias Kandjeke for another five-year term has provoked an instant assessment of his performance, his possible successor and the powers of his office from members of parliament (MPs). An assessment has been undertaken in the Zambezi region’s flood-prone Kabbe area to determine the number of farmers who are affected, as they had their fields flooded in various villages.