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A-Ming Clothing shop owner uses workers to domestic work

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At least four employees of a Chinese A-Ming Clothing shop at Divundu in the Kavango East Region claim to have been unfairly fired from work.

Employees said they were fired without warning.

The employees at the A-Ming shop have been at home for a week now, saying they still do not know why they were fired.

The employees stated that despite the long hours and alleged bad working conditions, they still want their jobs back. 

Rosvitha Dinyando, one of the employees and shop manager, says the N$1,000 they received monthly made a difference in their lives. 

Dr. Emmanouel Ndoukve buried

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Family and friends gathered at Rundu to pay their last respects to Dr. Emmanouel Ndoukve during a memorial service.

Dr. Ndoukve, who died last week while visiting his clinic at Divundu, was buried in Rundu.

Originally from Nigeria, 57-year-old Ndoukve came to Namibia 23 years ago to establish his medical practise.

In a speech read on his behalf, Kavango East Governor Bonifastius Wakudumo described Ndoukve as a tireless medical practitioner dedicated to saving lives in the region.

Stakeholders in road safety launch 2022 festive season campaign

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Stakeholders in road safety have launched the 2022 festive season campaign as the time to take off gets closer.

For the past two years, the months of July, August, October, and December have consistently recorded the highest crashes.   
        
After the global ministerial, a conference on road safety in Stockholm, Sweden, Namibia joined the global community in creating the second chapter of the Decade of action for road safety 2021-2030.

Relocated Divundu residents at loggerheads with Council

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Residents of Divundu Village in the Kavango East Region who were relocated by the settlement committee and the council to pave the way for development are at loggerheads with the council over the non-payment of compensation fees.

The residents say they are still waiting to be compensated seven years after the relocation process started in 2014.

The group of about thirteen individuals gave up their land to the Divundu Village Council to allow it to carry out its envisaged developmental projects.