-The National Assembly has passed the Public Private Partnership Bill.
-Residents living in informal settlements around Otjiwarongo are not sitting on their hands and waiting for government to provide.
-The Minister of Health and Social Services will visit the Ohangwena region on Friday to assess the malaria situation there.
-The case of a man accused of decapitating his girlfriend at Oshakati three years ago resumed in the Oshakati High Court.
-Convicted offenders at the Elizabeth Nepemba Correctional Facility have found a way to assist in education by repairing desks and chairs in the Kavango East and West regions.
-After 27-years of independence many Namibians still don't understand their democratic responsibilities in inclusive regional governance.
-Eleven radio journalists from the //Karas Region are undergoing a one-week training workshop, on professional journalism in Keetmanshoop.
-Children of the liberation struggle, undergoing training at the Berg Aukas Youth Skills Training Centre, have expressed satisfaction with the government's development programme.
-The National Unity Democratic Organisation plans to hold a land conference to stimulate ideas, plans and proposals to Government before the national land conference which is scheduled for September, this year.
-The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry says it has not received any application to export donkey meat from Namibia.
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