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An employee of the Rehoboth Town Council was arrested on Wednesday and appeared yesterday in the local court for a case of alleged corruption. The family of 29-year-old Quitenline Bonnita Eixas, who was brutally raped and murdered in the early morning hours of Sunday, 23 May 2021, has urged members of the public to assist the police in tracing the suspect. As Covid-19 numbers escalate throughout Namibia, the police have urged events organisers to adhere to the Covid-19 health regulations that limit 50 people per gathering or face the consequences. Staff at the National Art Gallery of Namibia (NAGN) have maintained their prolonged pleas to be heard have fallen on deaf ears and that their accusations against their superior have provoked suspensions and victimisation. The World Health Organisation (WHO) and the ministry of health have pleaded with churches to adhere to Covid-19 measures to restrict the spread of the virus as well as to encourage members to get vaccinated. The health ministry’s executive director, Ben Nangombe, said Namibia is well equipped to fight Covid-19, as the ministry has requested for the redeploying ofdefence health facilities and manpower. Namibia is now in the third wave of Covid-19 infections with a sharp increase in positive cases, deaths as well as hospitalisations while an overwhelming majority are vaccine hesitant and would prefer praying over inoculation. A man from Katutura was arrested for assaulting a member of the City Police during the curfew hours of Sunday morning. Naha Namibia ise italimani ni lindinda labulalu labutuku bwa Covid-19, mi nombolo yababa swalelwa kakokwani inze iekezeha hahulu, babañata banze balobazwa mwalipatela, silundwamanje basweli kuzinyazinya kutabiwa lindonga zasilelezo. Naha Namibia ise italimani ni lindinda labulalu labutuku bwa Covid-19, mi nombolo yababa swalelwa kakokwani inze iekezeha hahulu, babañata banze balobazwa mwalipatela, silundwamanje basweli kuzinyazinya kutabiwa lindonga zasilelezo. As many as 527 learners and 165 teachers have tested positive for Covid-19 countrywide and are currently in isolation, education ministry executive director Sanet Steenkamp confirmed yesterday. The health ministry has suspended all non-emergency referral patients from regions to the Central and Katutura intermediate hospitals in order to decongest the two state facilities to accommodate Covid-19 patients.