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End your busy day with Chops, 15:00 - 18:00

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Week in Review - 29 September 2017

Namibia is now ranked the seventh most competitive country in Africa. This places Namibia in the 90th position out of 137 economies. Meanwhile, Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein says that Namibia will establish an Infrastructure Fund by the end of October to finance current and future infrastructure and The City of Windhoek has established a Mayoral Relief fund to support vulnerable Windhoek communities to redress increased poverty levels. The Swakopmund Community on Tuesday, held a silent protest in-front of the Magistrate’s Court to show their disapproval regarding recent murders in town. And in Walvis Bay, the Namibian Police force will be tightening the screws on drunken driving has they prepare for the festive season.  
  
This week saw South Africa’s performance in the 2017/2018 World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Index drop down 14 positions. According to the African News Agency, corruption, crime and theft, as well as government instability were cited as the primary reasons for the country’s drop. In light of the country’s economic decline; South Africans all round the country added their voice to the growing call for President Jacob Zuma to step down, The Congress of South African Trade Unions protested against corruption in the ANC as they went on strike; and for the first time, university and college students in South Africa will be able to access HIV prevention medication called Truvada. Truvada is an anti-ret-tro-viral pill that reduces the risk of contracting HIV by at least 90% if taken daily.  
  
Elsewhere in Africa, Angola’s new President, Joao Lourenco on Tuesday said that in the next five years his government will seek to set the inflation rate within acceptable and controllable limits. Ghana’ Economy on Wednesday began to show signs of recovery with higher petroleum production and better industry performance as the economy recorded a 9 percent growth in the second quarter. A government based in eastern Libya said today it would bar entry to U.S. citizens after President Donald Trump’s administration included the African County in a new travel ban and Ethiopia has granted amnesty for thousands of prisoners in celebration for the Ethiopian New Year.  
  
It was  historic week for woman in Saudi Arabia, as the long-standing driving ban was finally lifted, allowing Saudi Arabian women the right to drive from June 2018. China warned on Tuesday that any conflict on the Korean pe-nin-sula would have ‘no winners’ after North Korea accused US president Donald Trump of declaring war on it. US Republicans have fallen short yet again in their seven year drive to repeal Obamcare and Interpol has approved the Palestinian Authority’s membership.  
  
And finally, Hugh Hefner dies at age 91.