-President Hage Geingob says progress towards the elimination of the bucket toilet system has been less than satisfactory.
-Namibia this week lost a renowned and respected photographer and journalist in the person of Tony Figueira.
-Members of the National Assembly have given their support to the Ministry of Health and Social Services' budget of over N$6 billion, and have appealed for improved service delivery.
In the past year, government has taken bold steps to curb corruption.
The Motor Vehicle Accident Fund together with road safety partners will roll out a series of road safety measures during the Easter weekend.
Government expressed concern over people handing out money to street children as it encourages them to beg and live on the streets.
Over 900 students from the University of Namibia's Faculty of Education took their oath as teachers on Tuesday at an Oath-taking and Meritorious Award Ceremony, which was held in Windhoek.
About 600 students graduated from the University of Namibia on Wednesday morning from a total of 3 925 students who will graduate this year.
President Hage Geingob has called on opposition parties to join hands with government in the fight against corruption.
The land question should not be confined to redistribution, but also on the need to increase agricultural productivity.
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