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Week in Review - 29 December 2017

While we wrap up 2017 and get ready to celebrate NYE –  the Brave Warriors arrived in Tunis, Tunisia Thursday night following an 18-hour trip from Windhoek. The team is in Tunisia for a two-week training camp prior to participating in their first ever Africa Nations Championship in Morocco from January 11th to February 4th 2018. And while our boys gear up for the tournament hoping to make us proud, the Youth of the Ondangwa Urban Constituency, made their community elders proud. Through their constituency WhatsApp group,  the youth raised over N.dollars 16 000 to buy food as Christmas gifts for destitute residents of Ondangwa town. Meanwhile, The Namibian Police in the Kavango East Region have applauded the public for their cooperation and good behaviour on Christmas and Family Day and further urged the public to continue cooperating with the police as this will improve the general safety in the region.

In news from South Africa, almost 600 Capetonians had to spend their Christmas evening in a community hall after losing their homes and all their possessions in a fire early Tuesday morning. Miraculously, no one was killed or injured in the blaze in the 7de Laan informal settlement. In Pretoria the Constitutional Court has found that National Assembly failed to hold South African President Jacob Zuma accountable after the Nkandla ruling. In response the ANC says it has noted the judgement and will study the judgement and discuss its full implications when the National Executive Committee meets on the 10th of next month.

In Liberia’s first democratic handover in decades - former soccer star George Weah has won Liberia’s presidential run-off election beating opponent Joseph Boakai. And in Zimbabwe, former army commander who led a military take over that helped end Robert Mugabe’s 37 year rule was on Wednesday sworn in as one of the country’s two vice presidents. In Niger, Italy on Wednesday deployed up to 470 troops to Niger to help tackle people-smuggling, while on Thursday, the country signed 16 cooperation agreements with Morocco to bolster bilateral ties.

In international news - Vietnam has been spared the destruction of a powerful storm which left hundreds dead in the Philippines. Typhoon Tembin was downgraded to a tropical depression on Wednesday and failed to make landfall in Vietnam. On Thursday Britain’s Prince Harry has been named the president of African Parks, a conservation group that manages a dozen wildlife areas across the continent. And finally: The City of Windhoek will be partnering with Namibia Breweries Limited Tafel Lager brand to welcome 2018 in style. The music show will take place from 6pm until midnight at the municipal parking area along Independence Avenue between Sam Nujoma drive and Garten Street.

But what ever your NYE celebrations are, please remember that driving under the influence is against the law.

From all of us here at Radiowave – we wish you a Happy New Year!