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In the face of widespread poverty and ongoing drought, Kunene governor Marius Sheya has highlighted the urgent need for unity and strongly criticised the resurgence of tribalism, which he said is impeding regional progress. IN recent months, the Namibia University of Science and Technology (Nust) has garnered significant attention, for all the wrong reasons. Over the past few months, the Namibia University of Science and Technology has enjoyed significant media attention for all the wrong reasons. Meatco employees yesterday took to the streets to voice their grievances and demand significant improvements to their working conditions and pay. Amid persistent talks regarding the potential downfall of Meatco and the growing demand for restructuring, CEO Mwilima Mushokabanji has expressed confidence in the company’s progress and is optimistic about its resurgence. Parliamentarian Henny Seibeb has accused ministers of turning parastatals into cash cows to foot their globetrotting desires through subsistence and travel allowances. Following a Cabinet directive to operationalise the dormant Rundu abattoir, renovations have been completed and a successful trial slaughter undertaken, the Meat Corporation of Namibia CEO Mwilima Mushokabanji has said. A majority of National Council parliamentarians have rallied behind Swapo member of parliament Jerry Ekandjo’s private member’s bill in opposing same-sex marriages in Namibia. Mokukwama ntumwa raka zoCabinete omu vageve asi evango lyokatomeno moRundu lyahepa kurugana ngesi , vahepa kuliwapukurura ano ngesi ewapukururo lina pun are ngesi kuna kuza nye vatameke kutomenapo yimuna, kampani ezi zaMeat Corporation zaNamibia mukurona gwazo pamberewa Mwilima Mushokabanji yimo ngoso katente. President Hage Geingob says marriage in Namibia is between a man and a woman. Namibia Revenue Agency commissioner Sam Shivute expressed his disappointment with how little the fishing sector is contributing to the country’s total revenue. Residents of Maltahöhe have expressed serious concern about the level of alcohol and drug abuse among the village’s young population, habits that threaten their well-being. The British high commissioner, Charles Moore said the surge of Namibian asylum seekers in the United Kingdom is putting immense strain on that country’s asylum system, making it challenging for individuals from war-torn nations and those genuinely in need of protection to access it. The Anti-Corruption Commission has come under renewed scrutiny after seemingly clearing two prominent public figures of maleficence recently. Tourism minister Pohamba Shifeta has issued a warning to both the government and citizens pushing to reciprocate the United Kingdom’s ending of visa-free entry for Namibians. Katjaimo remains resolute in his stance that the purpose of the trip was to support the Namibian team at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, opposing the narrative that they had intended to seek asylum in the UK. Meet Zachary Itodo, a Windhoek resident whose unparalleled commitment is serving his community. In a world where borders define identity and citizenship, there exists a population that remains invisible, trapped in a state of despair and anguish. Seventy-five per cent or over N$5 billion worth of tenders awarded by the Central Procurement Board of Namibia (CBPN) went to 100% Namibian-owned companies in the past six years. Health executive director Ben Nangombe has rejected any assertion that public health is in a “crisis”, saying characterisation is significantly distant from the reality on the ground.