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National Council goes on recess

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The 11th session of the 6th National Council went into recess today and will resume on April 8th this year.

Vice Chairperson of the National Council, Victoria Kauma, commended MPs for demonstrating unity, resilience, and the spirit of collaboration, despite grieving for the late President Hage Geingob. 

The Vehicle Mass Bill and High Court Amendment Bill of 2023 have been passed and referred to in terms of Article 75 to the National Assembly, and Kauma has thus commended MPs for their tireless effort and unwavering commitment to the service of Namibian citizens.

Sombre atmosphere prevails at National Council's opening

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The Vice Chairperson of the National Council, Victoria Kauma, addressed the assembly during the official opening of the 11th Session of the 6th National Council, acknowledging the sombre atmosphere prevailing due to the recent death of President Hage G. Geingob.

Kauma urged members to observe a moment of silence in honour of the late President, highlighting his significant contributions to Namibia. 

Despite the collective grief, she emphasised the importance of fulfilling the constitutional mandate, citing Articles 74 and 75 as guiding principles.

Rundu celebrates 33rd belated independence

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Rundu Urban Councillor Victoria Kauma says she's happy with the level of development in the constituency, though at a slow pace.

She was speaking at a 33rd belated independence celebration at Rundu.

Kauma pointed out notable changes in the areas of education, roads and health services, in particular the realization of the maternity ward at the Rundu State Hospital. 

Amarok Club Namibia donates to mother of five

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The Amarok Club Namibia has come to the aid of a destitute mother of five in Sauyenwa, an informal settlement west of Rundu.

Siyapa Maria Mayanga and her children used to sleep in a structure made of plastic and old corrugated iron sheets.

Mayanga can only buy food for her children by collecting bottles to sell, and she sometimes has to beg.

The Amarok Club came to her aid, constructing a corrugated iron house worth N$15,000 for them.

Mayanga takes care of three of her children, while the other two live with their father's family.