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MARIENTAL - Following the introduction of a countrywide curfew last year, some residents of Mariental are feeling the impact on their businesses, especially bar owners and those in the transportation industry. Construction of the 264-km northern railway line extension project that started in the copper town of Tsumeb in 2001 stands at 90% progress, minister of works John Mutorwa has said. Defence minister Peter Vilho has explained the existence of Namibian Defence Force (NDF) camps set up within 500 metres of civilians’ dwellings in villages in the Zambezi region, saying it is to prevent members of the public from being injured by projectiles that could be launched from such areas. "There are days when I wake up feeling suicidal; it hurts” In March 2020, the supply of water from the Hardap Dam to the local irrigation scheme was cut off due to low water levels, which stood at about 6.6%. GOBABIS - The ministry land reform on Friday handed over 988 land hold titles, under the Flexible Land Tenure System, to the beneficiaries of Freedom Square informal settlement in Gobabis. An African for Africans has gone; a minder of Namibian exiles has fallen asleep; an astute diplomat is no more; a skilful negotiator has left us. Born in Burundi on 10 November 1941, in Kabuye Village, Bujumbura Province, Bwakira grew from a village boy to a law graduate, eventually becoming the towering figure at the United Nations (UN) and African Union (AU), epitomising selflessness and humanit Dear ministers of basic and higher education, I am writing to you on behalf of hundreds of concerned TVET instructors who are currently teaching pre-vocational subjects in our primary and junior secondary schools across Namibia. Gondwana Collection Namibia, a major player in Namibia’s tourism industry, has turned to the High Court of Namibia to force short-term insurer, Hollard Insurance Company of Namibia, to pay out what it calls “agreed commitments” under a business interruption claim. The labour ministry issued a statement late last week confirming that payments to security service providers are up-to-date. Letshego Holdings Namibia financial results for the financial year ending 31 December 2020 indicate an after-tax profit of N$341 million. As FirstRand presented its interim results for the six months ending 31 December 2020, the bank’s interim performance reflects some improvement in the operating environment despite sustained pressure on consumers and businesses.