The Minister of Health and Social Services Bernard Haufiku says that he has other health related priorities to tackle at this point, which do not include the controversial topic of legalising abortion.
The Office of the Attorney General has dismissed attempts by disgruntled players in the lucrative fishing industry to have the powers of the Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources Bernard Esau stripped.
The Swapo Party Youth League (SPYL) has finally set the date for its much-anticipated central committee meeting which is expected to seal the fate of members of the current National Executive Committee (NEC).
Cabinet members continue to voice their concern secretly about Government’s decision to work with the Affirmative Repositioning movement (AR), despite the fact that the Office of the President has defended the action.
Minister of Safety and Security Retired Major-General Charles Namoloh has confirmed that the Financial Intelligence Unit is investigating whether the Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement has any foreign donors.