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Car overturns on C34

Car overturns on C34

On Tuesday morning, a vehicle lost control on the C34 road behind Dune 7 causing the vehicle to veer off the road and overturn multiple times. St Gabriel Ambulance Service and E Med Rescue 24 arrived at the scene to provide emergency services to the 4 occupants who sustained injuries. Serious, less serious and minor […]

Wilna holds onto the reigns at 11th Hollard Coastal Open Championships

Wilna holds onto the reigns at 11th Hollard Coastal Open Championships

Rossmund Golf Course played host over the weekend to the 11th Hollard Insurance Ladies Coastal Open. A field of 22 ladies from Omeya, Windhoek, Walvis Bay, Henties Bay and Rossmund entered, being an official event on the NALGU calendar there was the additional incentive of Merit List Points. The tournament this year was also the […]

Contempt of court – Emily Schneider-Waterberg back behind bars

Contempt of court – Emily Schneider-Waterberg back behind bars

Well-known Swakopmund estate agent Emily Schneider-Waterberg, who stands accused of malicious damage to property and assault, is once again in custody after her bail was revoked in the Swakopmund magistrates court on Friday. Schneider-Waterberg missed two court appearances and a warrant of arrest was issued. When she appeared in court on Friday, Magistrate Nelao Brown […]

Swakopmund housing list close to 9 000 mark

Close to 9 000 Swakopmund residents are in need of a home – and more applications are handed in on a daily basis. These figures were revealed during the recent Town Council meeting, where it was decided that the registration process will continue. The registration process by the Swakopmund municipality was initiated in 2013. It […]

Martin Luther Museum to open again soon

Martin Luther Museum to open again soon

The iconic Martin Luther Museum on the eastern outskirts of Swakopmund might open its doors again soon – after being closed for two years. Town Council has approved an application by two private individuals who wish to revive the popular landmark museum. According to the Agenda the two private persons Esterina Carstens and Odette Labuschagne […]

Daures constituency-Fearsome elephants are back again

Daures constituency-Fearsome elephants are back again

Elephants have once again made their appearance in Omatjete, Daures Constituency in the Erongo region and this time they have destroyed houses during the evening of 2 February. According to Benhard Mauha, a farmer at Omisema village in the Ozondati district, there were about five to six elephants that night. The elephants destroyed three houses […]

Ministry of Mines and Energy Erongo Regional Office inauguration date unknown

News on when the Erongo Regional Office of the Ministry of Mines and Energy, which is based in Swakopmund will be inaugurated is not yet known. The offices were expected to be inaugurated last year, but this has not happened yet and have raised eyebrows. The building have unique fixtures on its roof, called the […]

Municipality battles two large pipe leaks in two days

Municipality battles two large pipe leaks in two days

The Swakopmund Municipality fixed the large pipe leaks by Friday afternoon, after working ’round the clock for almost two days. The first leak occurred at about midnight on Wednesday in Hage Heights (namib times reported) followed by another major pipe failure at the NHE houses between Tamariskia and Mondesa on Friday morning. According to a […]

Arsenal wins Alcatraz Pre-Season

Arsenal wins Alcatraz Pre-Season

Walvis Bay hosted the first ever Alcatraz Pre-Season soccer tournament over the weekend, an event aimed at getting the youth off the streets to the soccer field as spectators in order to spent their free time more productive and balanced. Some 200 spectators attended this action packed event that was held at the Kuisebmond soccer […]

Merchant Shipping Agreement between Namibia and Germany

Merchant Shipping Agreement between Namibia and Germany

Namibia reached a major milestone earlier this week in its ongoing drive to establish the country as a logistics hub in the Southern African market. A merchant shipping agreement was reached between Namibia and Germany, which takes the country one step closer to this goal. A statement received from the German Embassy in Windhoek in […]