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Bank Launches Music Bash

King Tee Dee performing at the launch of SB.09.MF. Photo: Rinelda Mouton

THE Standard Bank 09 Music Festival (SB.09.MF), a collaboration between Standard Bank Namibia and Mshasho, was launched in Windhoek on Monday.


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Covid-19 and tax relief measures introduced globally

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THE global response to Covid-19 has been serious, from enforcing personal protection, restricting movement and large gatherings, and even to introducing tax relief on the import and supply of vaccines, test kits and personal protective gear.


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      Angry mob assaults alleged thief to death

      by Eliaser Ndeyanale

      A 36-YEAR-OLD man was allegedly assaulted and killed by a mob accusing him of being behind housebreaking incidents in Othigo village near Oshakati.

      Oshana police spokesperson warrant officer Frieda Shikole confirmed the incident.

      According to her, the man was assaulted with fresh branches of palm trees and sticks.

      He is suspected to be a thief who have been breaking into people's houses to steal their items.

      The deceased is a resident of Onawa location in Oshakati and is originally from Omaalala village near Ongwediva.

      Some of the items he had allegedly stolen were reportedly recovered.

      Shikole said the suspects have not yet been identified at this stage.

      Police investigations in the matter continue, she said.


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