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In his judgement, Magistrate BONGANI NDLOVU says injuries the FOUR-year-old child suffered show KAMWALA, a close relative, had raped her continuously.
The child has told nurses at NGOMA Clinic and a doctor at KATIMA MULILO State Hospital KAMWALA would commit the crimes each time he bathed when his wife was not at home.
The Roads Authority will erect more speed reduction and danger warning signs on accident-prone roads in the coming TWO weeks ahead of the festive season.
Mr TENDEKULE says they will close intersections at the WINDHOEK COUNTRY CLUB, PROSPERITY and HEGEL Streets and re-design the BRENT CARLSON Intersection to allow north-bound, right turn lanes.
The AU says while recognising structural and operational barriers to achieve universal access, the draft calls for Member States to scale up TB programs to reach, find, treat and cure all people with the killer disease.
The draft calls for access to TB services in congested settings, high risk areas like prisons, mines and areas affected by conflict and humanitarian emergencies, to help guarantee no one is left behind.
He has told NBC News in an interview that from 12 DECEMBER, or any time without warning, drivers may be confronted with their outstanding warrants of arrest for traffic offences.
The National Police Traffic Unit and the WINDHOEK City Police have together issued at least 85-THOUSAND-400 warrants of arrest for unpaid traffic fines this year alone; and if collected, this will amount to some THREE-MILLION-500-THOUSAND NAMIBIA dollars.
National Police Inspector-General SEBASTIAN NDEITUNGA says officers will mount roadblocks across the country during the holidays, looking out for absconders – who will be arrested on spot.
National Road Safety Council Executive Secretary EUGENE TENDEKULE has given as an example events on the WESTERN BYPASS in the capital, WINDHOEK.
He says the authorities have since reduced the speed limit to 80 kilometres per hour here, but most drivers still overtake other vehicles at unsafe speeds on this road.
Ms THERON says peddlers of such unbecoming images mainly target young people in the age group of 15 to 21; and, in most cases parents of victim school children are not aware of their kids are watching.
She has told the lawmakers her office has approached the NAMIBIAN Police and the Prosecutor General for appropriate laws to control adult content, but none of them has offered any help.