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The All People’s Party (APP) secretary general Vinsent Kanyetu says despite being given a court order, they are still awaiting for a direction from the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) to grant their party access to the alleged spoilt ballots they want to present to the High Court next week. A male police officer was assaulted by four women related to a suspect he attempted to arrest for a stock theft case on Saturday. Men styling women’s hair and nails are not common in Namibia, but Eric Nsamba has taken up space in the female-dominated hairdressing and nail industry – and now gives female hairstylists and nail technicians a real run for their money in Rundu. The discovery of a strange trench in the Mukwe constituency, where several people have gone missing and the lifeless body of a student was discovered floating in the river after he disappeared several days earlier, has caused a stir. The Divundu village will soon boast a state-of-the-art shopping mall, which is expected to transform the face of the Kavango East local authority. The refurbished Katima Mulilo abattoir has slaughtered 732 cattle between 9 June and yesterday, while 660 more cattle are expected to be slaughtered by the end of this month. The directorate of education in Kavango East has constructed 12 ablution facilities at several schools across the region at the cost of N$4.5 million during 2020/2021. A 30-year-old man, who was arrested through a police sting operation on Saturday at Zigizi village in Kavango West, was granted bail of N$3 000 for alleged possession and dealing in pangolin scales when he appeared in court yesterday. The Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) has called on the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) of Namibia to readvertise the soon-to-be-vacant position of the ombudsman. The Rundu Intermediate Hospital will on Friday bid farewell to its head of administration, Dr Joseph Mukerenge. The Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) says it is ready to conduct the Katima Mulilo Urban constituency by-election set for 25 August. Lawyer Bernhard Tjatjara, who recently opened his law firm to serve the Kavango East and West communities, says clients have for more than 20 years been severely hampered in communicating their difficulties to lawyers due to the language barrier.