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Agribank’s mentee and post settlement loan beneficiary Elize Eliphas (32) is a young female resettled commercial farmer in the Maltahöhe district near Mariental in the Hardap region. KATIMA MULILO – Tekisano ya litapi nekalile famisika mwatolopo ya Katima Mulilo viki yefelile, kasamulaho akufela kwa musha wa kukwala bundui. Ovalandifi vomomapandaanda modolopa yaShakati ova hala oku pewa onhele yoku landifila yeli kalekelwa ili mokati kodolopa apa pena omangeshefelo mawa opo va shiive oku mona ovalandi vahapu. Ominista yopevi muuministeli womauyelele nomakwatathano gopaungomba Emma Theofelus okwa pula egumbo lyaatotiveta opo li ikunde ngele otashi vulika opo kaaku tule we iihohela kuunima woku kwatha aakiintu naanona yaakadhona ngele yeli koomathimbo. When public enterprises minister Leon Jooste took over as founding minister in that portfolio, a daunting task lay ahead of him in reforming Namibia’s tax dollar-sucking parastatals, where bailouts are the norm, with little to no accountability. Have you, on more than one occasion, suffered terrible customer care/service? Convinced that your answer will be an emphatic ‘yes’, be assured you’re not alone. Customer care or service sucks in Namibia! The novel coronavirus poses a new global threat. As the world battles this pandemic and as economies and livelihoods are disrupted, the poor and the vulnerable members on our societies are likely to suffer most. Omulumenhu weedula 29, okwa fya eshi a tuwa nombele komukainhu wambulavo mexuliloshivike. Omukainhu weedula 18 okwa kwatwa onghonga keumbo lavo mexuliloshivike kolukanda ledina Donkerhoek modoolopa yaMariental, moshitukulwa shaHardap. Oshiningwanima osha ningwa efimbo lotundi 10h00 yongula. First Lady Monica Geingos has challenged Namibians to reject gendered insults aimed at restricting women to certain societal norms and expectations. The Swakopmund-based Ovahimba living museum Cultural Village members have cried foul over the Swakopmund municipality’s decision to evict them from the Martin Luther Historical Site where they operated. In the seventies and eighties, a good number of political activists in both Namibia and South Africa – especially the then youth – were attracted by the ideals of socialism.