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Cleaner engines – saving on fuel costs!

Cleaner engines – saving on fuel costs!

In the face of ever-rising fuel costs, there is a new green product on the Namibian market that promises to help the fishing, mining and transport industries save money in the long run. XBEE, as it is known in Europe, is a natural additive for organic fuels based on a cocktail of enzyme technologies. Enzyme-based […]

Kudus take on Suburbs

Rudi Bowe A bruised Kudus Rugby Club will take on Western Suburbs from Windhoek in a Namibian Rugby Union (NRU) Premier league match at “House of Pain” in Narraville Walvis Bay. Kudus lost all their games thus far in the NRU Premier League will have to run on all cylinders if they want to beat […]

Bowls National Champs

Rudi Bowe The 2019 Namibia Bowls National Championships finals will take place tomorrow at TransNamib Bowling Club in Windhoek. The men’s single final will be between Cabous Olivier vs Will Esterhuizen and the women’s single final are between Mandie Steenkamp vs Annelize Opperman The men’s Plate will be between Piet Appollis vs Michael Wells with […]

Swimmers off to Fina World Championships

Swimmers off to Fina World Championships

Rudi Bowe  Three Namibian swimmers will represent the country at the 18th FINA World Championships from the 12 – 28 July in Gwangju, South Korea. This World Championships comprises of 6 different Aquatic events, being Synchronised Swimming, Open Water Swimming, Water Polo, Swimming, Diving and High Diving. The swimmers are Phillip Seidler from the coastal […]

Coastal teams in Semi-final

Coastal teams in Semi-final

Sparta United Rugby Club (SURC) and SFC Vikings from Walvis Bay and Swakopmund respectively are in the semi-finals of the Namibian Rugby Union (NRU) First league. This past Saturday 2018 defending champions SFC Vikings progressed to the of the semi- finals after beating Unam Barbarians 22-14 in their quarter final match at the Hage Geingob […]

Schools Netball League games at Pro-Ed

Schools Netball League games at Pro-Ed

Rudi Bowe Pro-Ed Academy in Swakopmund will host the Capricorn Group Schools Netball League for the first time at Netball courts of the coastal town school. The seven schools that will be participate today and tomorrow with their under 14, 15, 17 and 19 teams are the host Pro-Ed Academy, Walvis Bay Private High School […]

Walvis Bay resident murdered in his children’s home during visit

Walvis Bay resident murdered in his children’s home during visit

Floris Steenkamp A 94-year-old Walvis Bay resident was murdered in his children’s house at Okahandja on Wednesday. Mr Simon Ihulu, also known by the nickname “2Bob”, went to visit his children when he was murdered by intruders during a burglary. The late Mr Ihulu’s son-in-law yesterday confirmed the incident and explained he and his wife […]

Gambling jackpot leads to stabbing and shooting

Gambling jackpot leads to stabbing and shooting

Isaac Chikosi Gambling is dangerous in more than one way. A man was shot several times in Henties Bay over the weekend during an argument over gambling jackpot winnings. Twenty-two-year old Petrus Fillipus (22) ended up being evacuated to Windhoek for medical treatment after he was shot three times in a Hen-ties Bay bar/casino by […]

Supplementary Voters Registration commenced

Supplementary Voters Registration commenced

The countrywide supplementary voters registration process by the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) has commenced yesterday. All prospective voters who are not in possession of a voters card are urged to register. The registration process ends on 27 July so hurry up. If you have the voters card as depicted in the pictures on page […]

Hanse – Himarwa found guilty of corruption

Hanse – Himarwa found guilty of corruption

Namibia’s Education Minister Katrina Hanse-Himarwa was found guilty of corruption in the Windhoek High Court before Judge Christie Liebenberg yesterday. Hanse-Himarwa was accused of irregularities with regard to the allocation of low cost houses at Mariental in Southern Namibia in 2014. A date for sentencing was not yet available at the time of going to […]