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Katengo kakhuta yalifasi (ICC), kahanile kupo yakatengo kaCaprivi Concerned Group (CCG), yakuli kabatisise mafu amandui babane, ane apetilwe kimasole banaha Botswana kamaikuto akuli neli mafu asituhu. Namibia has extended its appreciation to SADC member states that contributed troops and personnel to the SADC Mission in Mozambique (SAMIM) and for the cooperation extended to the mission by the government of Mozambique. President Hage Geingob has called on leaders of developed nations at the United Nations (UN) climate conference to support developing countries by capitalising on the Green Climate Fund. President Hage Geingob has described the embargo that the United States of America has maintained against Cuba for more than six decades as a crime. He said this yesterday when Cuban army general Joaquin Quinta Sola and his delegation paid him a visit at State House. German member of parliament (MP) Sevim Dagdelen, whose Left Party is in support of appropriate reparations to be paid to affected communities of the 1904-1908 genocide in Namibia, is scheduled to land in Windhoek tomorrow. A parliamentary standing committee yesterday claimed employee relations at the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation have reached an all-time low following devastating strike action last year. A Swapo central committee member and delegate to the party’s seventh elective congress slated for next week has hailed the manner in which party leaders vying for the top positions have campaigned. President Hage Geingob has said solutions to whatever problems there may be in Eswatini must be found within the Kingdom. The Covid-19 pandemic outbreak, which claimed the lives of more than 4 080 Namibians, exposed shortcomings in the country’s social protection programmes. Namibia’s anti-graft body is often criticised for being toothless, ineffective and not pursuing the proverbial “big fish”, but it boasts of 184 successful convictions since 2006. The Landless People’s Movement, the country’s third-largest party which governs the southern regions of Hardap and //Kharas, said yesterday that it would not form a coalition with any political party in the 2024 general elections. Water at the villages of Otjozondjima and Omawejozonjanda in the Epukiro constituency, Omaheke region is unfit for human consumption, the Landless People’s Movement (LPM) has discovered. Leader of the official opposition, the Popular Democratic Movement, McHenry Venaani, has described President Hage Geingob’s comment during the Swapo congress as “very disturbing”. To honour Namibia’s emancipation from the South African apartheid government, Zimbabwe has given Namibia one acre of land in its Pan-African Memorial Park and Museum of African Liberation Project in Liberation City, Harare, for the construction of an outdoor monument. The introduction of tolls on public roads will rob Namibians of their hard-earned money, Popular Democratic Movement leader McHenry Venaani said on Wednesday. -old guard cement their places -Nandi-Ndaitwah loyalists make cut-Swapo lauds returning officer Omaheke governor Pijoo Nganate has expressed his admiration for Zimbabwe’s agriculture sector’s degree of progress. His region is thus keen to take advantage of the skills market in the landlocked nation in order to improve the region’s agricultural fortunes. If you are a young Namibian farmer, or you want to be one, then Windhoek is the place to be from to 22-25 March next year. Police chief Josef Shikongo warned on Tuesday that stock theft in the Otjozondjupa and Omaheke regions was on the verge of getting out of hand, and that it was up to "us" to stop it. Re-elected Swapo vice president Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah has seemingly wrested control of the ruling party, with her loyalists and backers at the just ended elective congress decisively making up the majority of the executive structure.