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Two arrested for live Pangolin

Two arrested for live Pangolin

Two suspects were caught in possession of a live pangolin at Omaruru on Thursday (2 July). Romeo Kaonde (25) and George Tshikoyeni (19) were arrested after the pangolin, worth N$50 000, was found in their possession. The Police made the arrest of the two about 21 km from Omaruru on the main road towards Karibib […]

Minister demands explanations

Minister demands explanations

Only 20% of  national projects completed Rudi Bowe The National Planning Commission (NPC) is carrying out an analysis to determine why so many national development projects are either delayed or not even out of the starting blocks yet. All regions are now required to provide a list and also reasons for projects, in order to […]

Erongo RED opens customer care office in Omaruru

Erongo RED opens customer care office in Omaruru

Erongo RED inaugurated its Omaruru Customer Care Office last Thursday. This office now brings customer care closer to inhabitants of not only the Omaruru-area but also Karibib, Usakos, Uis, Okombahe, Otjimbingwe and Omatjete, the Chief Executive of the regional electricity distributor Fessor Mbango said at the opening. According to Mbango Erongo RED invested over N$30 […]

Tackle noise pollution at Churches

Tackle noise pollution at Churches

Rudi Bowe The Police at Walvis Bay recently met with church leaders over the problem of excessive noise during church services. The meeting was called after a recent article in the media which highlighted police concerns over noisy church services particularly in Kuisebmond. Many residents are frustrated as these services go on well into the […]

Neumayer Civil Contractors reacts to bus accident

Neumayer Civil Contractors reacts to bus accident

Neumayer Civil Contractors issued a statement over the weekend, expressing regret over a bus accident in Walvis Bay on Thursday morning in which more than thirty workers of the company and service providers were injured. The accident took place on the road to the salt pans where Neumayer Civil Contractors constructs a salt wash plant […]

What is this?

What is this?

There are renewed concerns over the degree of decline currently found in Walvis Bay’s central business district. Many businesses are unfortunately adding to the problem with old motor car and truck wrecks filling our streets. In this instance these two vehicles are seen on the parking lot across the major banks on Sam Nujoma Avenue. […]

Sport day at Walvisbaai Laerskool

Sport day at Walvisbaai Laerskool

Rudi Bowe Walvisbaai Laerskool held their annual sports day for learners in the 8 to 14 age groups in Netball, Rugby and Hockey at their school in Walvis Bay. The sport day started a few years ago with Pioniers Park Primary School in Windhoek and got bigger ever since with the A and B teams […]

Namibia Making Waves

Namibia Making Waves

Its 40 degrees in Barcelona at the World Championships for Inline Hockey and the only thing hotter than the sun is the Namibian Junior Men’s team. Namibia was placed in Pool B with last year’s silver medal team Italy, New Zealand and Ireland. The Junior Men have been working hard for a year and had […]

Harbour town golfers dominate

Harbour town golfers dominate

Junior Golfers from Walvis Bay dominated at the Namibia Junior Golf Foundation’s Annual Junior Golf Open at the Rossmund Golf Club. Willie Els from Walvis Bay golf club had an outstanding round with 76 gross and won the Namibia Junior Open 2019 by 8 shots. Charlie Lohmann from Omeya Golf Club played the first 18 […]

WAYNGIO Golf Day

WAYNGIO Golf Day

The WAYNGIO golf sponsored day (sponsored by Wayne Hart and Sergio Fig) drew only a smallish field of 29 players. The field might have been small and the temperature not higher that 16 on the course, but on the course the golf were cooking and 52 points for a better ball is a whooper of […]