Vol. 23 No. 093 Windhoek Namibia Thursday, January 18 2018 Inside Today Murder-forhire accused refuse to attend court The five men and one woman involved in the murder-for-hire trial currently underway in the Windhoek High Court yesterday morning refused to attend court because the accused are not getting lunch while waiting for their trial to proceed after the lunch break. Page 3 Peer-to-Peer schemes: If it’s too good to be true it probably is The Bank of Namibia (BoN) says it has become aware of the rise in online- and has commenced with the assessment process to determine their legitimacy. Page 11 It’s all or nothing against Uganda - Ketjijere Brave Warriors captain Ronald ‘Stigga’ Ketjijere says Namibia have not yet achieved anything at the African Nations Championship (CHAN) and will have to give it their all when they face Uganda tonight. Page 24 the !Aman Traditional Authority Venaani calls for state funeral for Frederick Kuzeeko Tjitemisa Windhoek Venaani has called for !Aman Traditional Authority Chief David Fred- labelling the tribal chief as an “ardent Frederick died last week Friday illness. In an open letter to President - penned this request to you knowing my place in our parliamentary de- there is no co-governance and never Ovaherero, Nama lawsuit in limbo … as Berlin sticks to its guns Lahja Nashuua Windhoek T is set to establish a students’ organisation purportedly to plug the gaps that are currently ignored by the Namibia Ndala who will lead the planned Landless People’s Movement Students People’s Movement. Photo: Contributed New student body on the cards … as alternative to Nanso shortcomings prevailing in the country’s education system. independence and will fall under the auspices of minister Clinton Swartbooi. BODY on page 2 FUNERAL on page 2 “He was an ardent in post-independence bution and access to equitable land – McHenry Venaani Kuzeeko Tjitemisa Windhoek Berlin yesterday insisted the US district court has no jurisdiction over an independent principle of state immunity. This contradicts media reports that suggested the German government had accepted a court summons to appear in the United States Federal Court in New York in the class-action lawsuit for alleged crimes The founding member of the US informed the media that the German government had accepted a court summons to appear in the United States Federal Court in New York in the class-action lawsuit. But Berlin through its embassy in Windhoek said “the Federal Republic of Germany rejected the service of this action – via the US State Department and the US Embassy Berlin – because the service of the complaint on foreign State violates the LAWSUIT on page 2 WE WOULD LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU Participate in our surveys and stand a chance to WIN a weekend away for two at any NWR Resort worth N$ 5000. Visit www.nepc.com.na to participate.