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The Omuthiya Town Council has submitted an application, requesting the environment ministry to grant it permission to make useof the current dumpsite at the town, despite residents complaining of the disgusting smell coming from the landfill site. Two suspects, accused of raping a 17-year-old girl, were denied bail in the Ondangwa Magistrate’s Court on Monday. Katima Mulilo Town Council CEO Raphael Liswaniso has labelled an Affirmative Repositioning (AR) activist, whom he is accused of assaulting, insane and troublesome. Endombo residents have turned their cries to the government and the Tsumeb municipality, with the hope of staving off an eviction order, due next week Monday, following a back-and-forth process stemming from 2017. The Northern Regional Electricity Distributor (Nored) has raised concern over escalating copper theft from its power stations, saying it costs millions in repairs as well as lost revenue. Some Namibian men are reportedly shying away from applying for child support against mothers defaulting on their maintenance obligations. Muzamaisi wakatengo katolopo ya Katima Mulilo Raphael Liswaniso ubulela kuli membala wakatengo kakayemela sicaba ka Affirmative Repositioning (AR), ili yakulubelwa kuli namunatile, watakana mi kisikatazi. In an eleventh-hour intervention, Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila has instructed the urban and rural development ministry as well as that of works to swiftly engage the owner of An unidentified man was shot dead in the early hours of Saturday at Oshaakondwa village of Oniipa in Oshikoto region, where he attempted to break into a house. A San family of four is living in a deplorable condition in the Kuvukiland informal settlement here with no other means of survival, while they don’t even have identity documents. A mother of a four-year-old girl at Onayena had a shock after witnessing her daughter being sexually assaulted in a hut. Trial-awaiting inmates at the Tsumeb police station are alleging police brutality after two were reportedly assaulted by officers earlier this week, as the force carried out a routine search for illegal items. The former CEO of the Omuthiya Town Council, Samuel Mbango, has failed in his bid to return to the position. Police at Oshivelo have intercepted and confiscated illicit products such as cigarettes as well as boxes containing sachets of whiskey with a combined value of N$337 500. Ondonga king Fillemon Shuumba Nangolo has implored his subjects to focus on agricultural activities to boost food sustainability and eradicate hunger in the community. Seven police officers who are accused of brutally assaulting two trial-awaiting inmates at Tsumeb were apprehended last week. They are due to appear in court today, police spokesperson Kauna Shikwambi said. Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement activist Job Amupanda has launched a lawsuit in the High Court in which he is suing government, with demands for the removal of the veterinary cordon fence, known as the red line. Police officers, accused of assaulting two trial-awaiting inmates in Tsumeb last week, have returned to work after paying N$2 000 bail each. A boy, aged 14, died instantly on Tuesday when a sedan taxi he was travelling in collided head-on with a Toyota Hilux pickup, while 11 others survived with severe injuries. The directorate of health in Oshikoto is working on reviving a school programme to provide health services to pupils. This will assist to detect health issues affecting the learners at an early stage.