The illegal strike by over 300 Rosh Pinah Zinc Mine workers affiliated to the Mineworkers' Union of Namibia (MUN), ended with workers returning to their posts on Friday morning.
The Karibib Municipality raised more than N$115 000 on Friday to host the fourth Travel and Tourism Fair next month.
A number of car wash owners whose businesses were closed following the operation of shutting illegal businesses by the City Police earlier this year, have reopened their businesses without meeting the requirements set by City of Windhoek.
-Executive Chairperson of National Youth Council, Mandela Kapere is worried that the current trend of under funding of art institutions and lack of support for artists undermines art in Namibia.
-Government has serviced more than 7 000 erven for residential purposes during last year, exceeding the envisaged target of 5 000 outlined in the Harambee Prosperity Plan.
-New HIV infections among the youth in Africa continue to rise.
-Africa is lagging behind in implementing sustainable national Greenhouse Gas Inventory Management Systems.
-Keetmanshoop residents are invited to visit the town's museum where an exhibition on the unique history of the town and its people are being held.
-Namibians have a collective responsibility to create a culture of peace as articulated in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 16.
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