WINDHOEK: Deputy Prosecutor-General Jackson Kuutondokwa today made a second appearance in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court in Katutura on a charge of drunken driving.
Kuutondokwa appeared before Windhoek Magistrate Conchita Olivier on a charge of driving a motor-vehicle while allegedly being under the influence of alcohol.
His case was then remanded until 31 October this year.
Olivier said this was a final postponement for the prosecuting authorities to obtain the results of his blood test to determine the level of alcohol.
The deputy PG is free on a warning, and he was again today warned to appear before court on 31 October this year when the results of his blood test will be made public before court.
Ehanga Holdings today donated basic necessities to the value of N.dollars 10 000 to the David //Khamuseb Primary School Hostel, situated on a farm 100 kilometres north-west of Outjo.
Items donated include blankets, mattresses, washing powder, toiletries and canned fish.
The fishing company, which processes both wet and frozen fish, made the donation to the San Development Programme under the auspices of the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) here.
Speaking during the handing-over of the donation here, Ehanga Holdings General Manager (GM) Karl //Gowaseb thanked the OPM for creating a platform with the private sector to improve the living conditions of marginalised communities.
He said children in rural hostels such as the David //Khamuseb Primary School Hostel mostly have parents with little economic means, adding that the donation is a small token of the company’s social responsibility and at the same time, contributes to the most needy marginalised community members, in this case school-going San children.