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Man, 39, allegedly rapes daughter, 15

Man, 39, allegedly rapes daughter, 15

Eba Kandovazu THE police in Ondangwa are investigating a rape incident in which a 39- year-old man is accused of raping his 15- year-old daughter at the Onamambili village. According to Nampol Spokesperson, Inspector Thomas Aiyambo, the incident occurred last Friday around 20h00 in the bushes. Aiyambo says the victim’s aunt alerted the police. The man, who cannot be named to protect the identity of the victim, has since been arrested. “The suspect found the victim with her two cousins while escorting her home. The suspect told the victim to go with him to collect his phone from a certain…
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Man stones girlfriend to death and burned parts of her

Man stones girlfriend to death and burned parts of her

Tujoromajo Kasuto IN the Aminuis Constituency in the village of Otjongwe in the Omaheke Region, it is alleged that a fatal fight erupted between a 27-year-old man and a 25-year-old woman, identified as Christine Brander, which led to her death. The duo were romantically involved. NamPol Spokesperson, Kauna Shikwambi, says the suspect took a stone and beat the deceased several times on the head causing her death. It is further alleged that he then made fire and burned the deceased's face, thighs, face, and back. Then after he dragged Brander’s lifeless body for about 40 metres and placed the body…
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Nampol welcomes alcohol ban

Nampol welcomes alcohol ban

Staff Writer The Namibian Police Force (NAMPOL) has welcomed the newly amended government regulations which have imposed a total ban on the sale of alcoholic beverages during the on-going lockdown, reversing earlier regulations which had allowed alcohol with a content below 3 percent to be sold. Under the new gazetted regulations, liquor is now defined as any spirits, wine, beer, cider or other beverage containing alcohol intended for human consumption, excluding alcohol intended to be used for medicinal purposes. “The amended regulations make it easier for us to enforce the lockdown and we are glad the leaders heeded to our…
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