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Otjozondjupa Governor calls for inclusion of young people in development efforts

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-Otjozondjupa Governor James Uerikua says his office is committed to advocating a youth development agenda, calling on young people to grab any given opportunities, especially when it comes to vocational training programmes.

TUCNA speaks out on issues of national and regional concern

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-Government's application for a loan facility from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), media freedom in the country and the alleged human rights abuses in Zimbabwe were some of the issues discussed at a media conference by the Trade Union Congress of Namibia (TUCNA).

//Kharas Governor calls on leadership to ensure natural resources benefit all citizens

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-//Kharas Governor, Aletha Frederick has called on regional leadership to ensure that natural resources in the south benefit all Namibians.

Presidential advisor Zaamwani-Kamwi speaks on barriers to economic advancement

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-The Presidential Advisor on Constitutional Affairs and Private Sector Interface believes Namibia can only advance economically if issues of poverty, inequality and high-unemployment are addressed.

OvaHerero, Nama leaders demand removal of German colonial monuments

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-The OvaHerero Traditional Authority together with the Nama Traditional Leaders Association have reiterated their position not to accept an apology from the German government, unless they first acknowledge their wrong doings.

Oshana Regional Police Commander satisfied with motorists' adherence to COVID-19 measures

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-Oshana Regional Police Commander, Commissioner Rauha Amwele says, many motorists are complying with COVID-19 preventative measures as the number of cases are on the increase.

Children with special needs especially challenged by e-learning process

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-Children with special education needs face the biggest challenge in terms of e-learning, suspension of face-to-face learning continue due to COVID-19.

Walvis Bay and Windhoek lead COVID-19 case figures

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-The Erongo Region remains the epicentre of the virus, with nearly 90% of all cases coming from there.

SWAPO veteran Ngarikutuke Tjiriange pays tribute to President Geingob

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-SWAPO struggle veteran, Ngarikutuke Tjiriange has commended President Hage Geingob for the work he does for Namibia and her people.

Namibia records 70 new COVID-19 cases

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-The Minister of Health and Social Services Dr Kalumbi Shangula has pleaded with Windhoek residents to adhere to public health protocols as cases in the city are on the increase.

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