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Fuel Prices remain unchanged for August

According to a media release from the Ministry of Mines and Energy yesterday, the current fuel prices will remain unchanged for August 2017. Despite OPEC (Oil Producing and Exporting Countries) staying committed to a cut of 1,8 million barrels per day crude oil production output per day for the past six months, the supply of […]

Tourism-Old NTB licence discs for tour guide vehicles no more valid

Tourism-Old NTB licence discs for tour guide vehicles no more valid

Vehicles transporting tourists for tour operators can no longer operate with the old Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) license discs which has no expiring date. A new disc with a five-year validity is now applicable. Mr Renatus Nyema, Senior Tourism Inspector in Erongo of the NTB confirmed this and explained vehicles transporting tourists have to be […]

Three Drug Related arrests

Three Drug Related arrests

A 28-year-old man was arrested on Friday evening on a charge of dealing in suspected crack cocaine. The suspect was arrested during a deal gone wrong, in position on suspected crack cocaine with a value of N$500. The incident took place at erf no 3327, behind the Rugby field in Narraville. Another arrest was made […]

Two employees arrested along with four more suspects

Two employees arrested along with four more suspects

Two Tongaat Hulett Namibia employees and four more suspects were arrested on Thursday evening and charged with theft, after allegedly loading an extra 160 bags of 10kg brown sugar bags valued at N$17 600 without the owner’s consent. The truck was travelling to deliver in the Zambezi region, when police found the suspects offloading the […]

Walvis Bay Private High School beats HTS in last FNB Rugby Classic Clash in Windhoek

Walvis Bay Private High School beats HTS in last FNB Rugby Classic Clash in Windhoek

The last rugby match of the FNB Classic Clashes was played between Walvis Bay Private High School and HTS at the rugby field of HTS in Windhoek. Walvis Bay Private High School beat HTS 33-14. The visitors took the early lead by posting points on the board first, although it looked as if hosts HTS […]

Jy kan nou hengel vir N$50 per dag

Jy kan nou hengel vir N$50 per dag

Hengelaars wat vir ontspanning hengel kan voortaan ‘n pro-rata hengelpermit teen N$50 per dag uitneem. Daar word ook binnekort regulasies uitgevaardig wat voorsiening sal maak daarvoor dat bestaanshengelaars van gratis permitte voorsien word. Met betrekking tot ontspanningshengelaars: Die permit kan ook vir sewe dae teen N$350 (N$50 x 7) uitgeneem word, of N$1500 vir ‘n […]

New 20m liter water reservoir for Walvis Bay nears completion

During the ordinary monthly council meeting held on Tuesday night at the Council Chambers in Walvis Bay, Mayor Alderman Immanuel Wilfried updated residents on the construction of a 20 million liter potable water reservoir at Mile 7. Construction is already in an advanced stage, Clr Wilfried reported. The project is aimed at increasing water availability […]

Chaka Chaka to launch Kulila song

Chaka Chaka to launch Kulila song

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, Yvonne Chaka Chaka, will be in Walvis Bay to launch the “Kulila” song single and video featuring Namibian music composer, Gerson ‘Dollar’ Mwatile and the Sunshine Centre children’s choir. The renowned world-class performer will grace the stage tonight at the Advocacy, Partnership and Resource Mobilisation fundraising gala event, to launch the much […]

Bonus Marktplatz gets a huge 1.5 ton clock tower

Bonus Marktplatz gets a huge 1.5 ton clock tower

The newly-modernised Bonus Marktplatz development, which will soon be re-opening in Swakopmund, is now home to a massive clock tower. The clock tower was put into its place on the corner structure of Bonus Marktplatz on Tuesday. It was spectacular to see the skill with which a crane driver placed the clock tower on the […]

Warning: Mussels contain high DSP levels

Warning: Mussels contain high DSP levels

Residents along the coast are warned to not harvest or eat any mussels from the Walvis Bay Aquaculture Production Area, as samples from the area revealed high levels of Diarrheic Shellfish Poisoning (DSP). The situation was determined during routine sampling and testing by the Namibian Standards Institution (Nsi). In a press release issued on Tuesday, […]