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Muir, Thomas are the top wrestlers

Romeo Goliath (right) in action against Kevin Vleermuis. Photo: Helge Schütz

JORICK Muir of Windhoek Wrestling Club and Andreas Thomas of the After School Centre walked away with the main prizes at the National Wrestling Championships in Windhoek on Saturday.


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Whizz Young Blood releases Regrets

Whizz Young Blood releases Regrets


WINDHOEK artist and poet Seth Eiaseb known as Wizz Young Blood has released a single titled Regret, featuring South African singer and song writer Shakuna.

From The Twittersphere

From The Twittersphere

A NEW day, a new week and, in less than 24 hours, a new month. More than that, the final month of the year 2020. And, for those who celebrate Christmas, yesterday was the first Sunday of Advent... Now for the business of the day...


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      The Most Important Elections

      by Editorial Team

      FOR MORE THAN 20 years, Namibians have shown low interest in regional council and local authority elections compared to the massive hype that accompanies presidential/parliamentary ones.

      This continued apathy is extremely worrying as it suggests a lack of appreciation for probably the most important government institutions in people's basic lives and livelihoods. Local authorities are the first level of responsibility for food, water, shelter and general safety and security.

      Proof is visible of how municipalities have all of a sudden heard the cry of the voters.

      Politicians have all of a sudden become passionate about service delivery in the past three months. They have given some people plots, houses and have not increased water and electricity tariffs this year simply to win over the electorate.

      Voters should take their responsibilities seriously and stand in queues to ensure that they choose leaders they believe will best deliver quality basic services throughout their five-year term; leaders committed to serving the people in their communities and regions.

      It is at local government level that residents should press their demands to have a direct say in the budget process and how their rates and tax funds are spent.

      Get your voter's cards and identity cards ready. Join the queue this coming Wednesday, 25 November 2020.

      Vote to show politicians and political parties how seriously you hold them accountable for delivering swiftly on the promise of better basic services and the security of earning a livelihood.

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