-Grandparents caring for grandchildren face unique challenges, as they effectively become parents a second-time around. Such grand-parents are often forced to navigate a range of financial and social challenges, in their efforts to step in.
-A hepatologist says 18% of the Namibian population, have Hepatitis-B.
-City Police are using all possible ways, including bicycle patrol, to fight crime.
-About 400 TransNamib employees are likely to lose their jobs when the company downsizes its operations.
-A suspect in the murder case of a young student of the International University of Management, has pleaded not guilty to the charge, when he appeared in the Katutura Magistrate Court.
-Discrimination is most often practiced by those who do not know better.
-Meatco has launched an investigation into an ammonia leakage at its factory in Windhoek.
-The Economic Planning Minister says government should promote accountability and transparency of state procurement functions.
-A man reportedly shot dead his girlfriend, before turning the gun on himself at Katutura's Single Quarters last night.
-Konrad-Adenhauer Foundation has published a book which identifies a number of ways to construct an all-inclusive Namibian House introduced by President Hage Geingob.
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