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New record set at archery competition

New record set at archery competition

On 23rd July, Berg-Op Academy hosted a NASP Archery competition and had 69 participants from 9 different schools/ organisations. The school/organisations that took part were: Berg-Op Academy, Community Hope School, Windhoek Gymnasium, St. Paul’s , Elnatan, Walvis Bay Private High School, Carpe Diem Homeschool, St. George’s and SKW Archery. Rassie van Zyl from Windhoek Gymnasium […]

Voormalige Huis Palms werknemer en haar vriend sit glo agter inbrake

Voormalige Huis Palms werknemer en haar vriend sit glo agter inbrake

‘n Voormalige werknemer van die Huis Palms tehuis vir bejaardes op Walvisbaai, Edwina (Winnie) Lubbe, en haar vriend, Joseph (Joe) Levy het Vrydag vlugtig in die landdroshof op Walvisbaai op ‘n klag van huisbraak verskyn. Dit is nadat die polisie die twee kon verbind met een van die reeks inbrake wat gedurende Januarie vanjaar by […]

Walvis Bay the preferred trade route for Zambia

Walvis Bay the preferred trade route for Zambia

With about 14 million inhabitants, Zambia was named one of the world’s fastest economically reformed countries offering countless commercial opportunities. Zambia emanates extensive trade prospects to both domestic and international markets. With export categories covering copper, ash, vase metals, tobacco, sugar, wheat, soybean and maize, this country is continuously establishing itself into a fiscal centre […]

Tourist lauds honesty of Sheet Street workers

Tourist lauds honesty of Sheet Street workers

Sheet Street Swakopmund have the most honest and loyal employees of them all says foreign visitor called Pam who lost her iPad in Sheet Street about a week ago. According to the Store Manager who identified herself as Lucy, two ladies came into Sheet Street on the morning of the incident and after they left […]

Corruption and favouritism enemies of peace, stability and development

Corruption and favouritism enemies of peace, stability and development

President Hage Geingob inaugurated the Walvis Bay International Airport’s N$100 million terminal on Friday, 22 July, commending all stakeholders for the impressive piece of infrastructure; and using the opportunity to caution the “Mr. and Mrs. 10%” accepting bribes referring to them as “enemies of peace, stability and development”. The President also cautioned against dishing out […]

Train drags sedan about 80 metres

Train drags sedan about 80 metres

A female driver of a sedan vehicle sustained less serious injuries on Friday morning after a train hit her car in Swakopmund and dragged it about 80 metres on before coming to a standstill. The incident occurred just after 07:00 at the railway station in Mandume Ya Ndemufayo Street. “There was very thick fog, so […]

Two trucks collide head-on in Swakopmund

Two trucks collide head-on in Swakopmund

Four people were injured on Saturday evening after they were involved in a head-on collision between two trucks on the temporary detour road close to the Riteway Service Station in Swakopmund. According to initial reports, the driver of a smaller truck lost control while entering Swakopmund, smashing head-on into a stationary truck which had broken […]

Walvis Bay’s Stevens moves and shakes South African Rugby

Walvis Bay’s Stevens moves and shakes South African Rugby

Damian Stevens, a 21 year old Namibian scrumhalf, who represented Namibia in England at the most recent Rugby World Cup, will be seen running out for the Sharks’ under-21 side as well as the senior side. This comes after he moves from Western Province to the Sharks ahead of the Nashua Currie Cup season. Stevens […]

Road rage suspect a serial offender

The taxi driver that allegedly recently endangered the lives of other road users in Walvis Bay in an extreme incident of road rage towards a female driver who honked at him for ignoring a stop sign and almost crashing into her vehicle, is in a whole lot of trouble. After a front page report on […]

Poacher gang flees – leaves vehicle with three oryx carcasses

The Namibian Police has on Wednesday evening confiscated three Oryx carcasses which were poached in the Namib Naukluft National Park. The three suspects managed to escape in the desert under the cover of darkness after the police took up pursuit. They left the getaway car with the carcasses behind. The incident was announced yesterday during […]