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WINDHOEK - The Director of Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources at the SADC Secretariat Domingos Gove said the food security situation in the region is good, but situations of food insecurity may occur in more vulnerable communities such as DRC, Lesotho, south Malawi, south and central Mozambique, Namibia, south Zambia and Zimbabwe. WINDHOEK - Director of Social and Human Development at the SADC Secretariat Duduzile Simelane said the region has successfully reached a milestone of implementing the HIV/AIDS cross border initiative where health services were provided to mobile populations including sex workers at the border posts. WINDHOEK - Some of the journalists who received a SADC media award during the 38th SADC Summit said that there is need to improve access to information and gender equality within the SADC media industry. OTJOVAZANDU - Orutu rotjiwa¿a tjaTjombinÿe rovirumatwa indwi Otjombinÿe Community Heritage Foundation rwa karyaangere ozonganda peke peke nÿeno tji¿a nonÿunÿuuziro yehupo rovandu, tjinene motukondwa twokozombanda nawina ovapwike. Police in Omusati have urged motorists and road users to be vigilant and observe road traffic signs in order to reduce road fatalities. WINDHOEK - Some youths who applied for loans through the Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Services have accused the institution of neglecting their applications. Youths who spoke to New Era on condition of anonymity claimed that they have applied through the ministry, six months ago and up to now there is no response. WINDHOEK – Roads Authority (RA) employees were all smiles yesterday when the company signed a new wage agreement with the Namibia Public Workers Union (NAPWU) that will see them receive a six percent increase for basic salary, six percent increase for housing allowance and six percent increase for transport allowance. In addition, the RA Board of Directors has approved a six percent salary increas WINDHOEK - The Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) has spent over N$4 million on compensation for incidents of human-wildlife conflict resulting in loss of lives, crops and livestock for the period 2016/17 to 2017/2018. WINDHOEK - About 40 learners at the Onampira Combined School in Omusati region have been without classes because of a heated feud between teachers and the school’s principal that arose from a teacher’s transfer. WINDHOEK - Several women in Katutura have warned other jobless people to be wary of a con-woman who demands an advance payment of N$300 through eWallet to find them ‘jobs’ only to disappear once the payments have been made. Our Star of the Week goes to the Dolce & Kapana business venture initiated by local businessmen, Hanso Diehl and Nabil KALKFELD - The Otjozondjupa Region has recorded 616 tuberculosis (TB) cases in 2017, of which 46 were at drug resistant level.