MARIENTAL: Five boys aged between nine and 12 years were charged with bestiality with a goat in the Gibeon village on Friday last week.
Bestiality is sexual intercourse committed by a human being against an animal.
The case follows another report of bestiality in Rehoboth on Monday of the same week.
Hardap Regional Commander of the Namibian Police Force (NamPol), Commissioner Kobus Meyer said in a report obtained yesterday that the incident happened between 15h00 and 16h00 last Friday.
The boys allegedly jumped through the window of the Kriess Primary School hostel at Gibeon to go and swim in the sewage dam nearby, where they found the goat and committed the immoral act.
Team Namibia is currently in the process of developing a long-term strategy that will define the organisation’s purpose, specifically in terms of creating a sustainable impact on Namibia’s economy.
Team Namibia markets Namibian products and services nationally and internationally under one generic brand and creates a preference for Namibian products and services globally.
The chairman of Team Namibia, Tarah Shaanika made the announcement during the organisation’s Spring Networking Session held here yesterday morning.
The networking session was aimed at celebrating a new season for the organisation, as well as taking stock of its current initiatives.
He noted that the long-term strategy must be done in relation to Government’s Vision 2030, taking into account the inter-dependencies between consumers, manufacturers, service providers and retailers.
During the session, new Team Namibia members who recently joined were also introduced.
These are Pick ‘n Pay Namibia, Q&A Consulting Services, JJ Strydom Entertainment and Annabella Hilda Loubser (textile and print design).