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Walvis Bay mayor challenges Napwu to spill the beans or risk legal action

Walvis Bay mayor challenges Napwu to spill the beans or risk legal action

Walvis Bay mayor Immanuel Wilfred blasted allegations of corruption and tender irregularities against him made by the Namibia Public Workers Union (Napwu) recently – challenging the union to provide specific information to sub-stantiate their “shots in the dark.” Clr Wilfred added he reserves his rights and would respond to these irresponsible and defamatory allegations Napwu […]

Skinned, beheaded seal dumped on beach

Skinned, beheaded seal dumped on beach

A most odd and at the same time sick discovery was made yesterday morning on the beach just north of the new Waterfront development “Platz am Meer” in Swakopmund. A local resident stumbled across a dead Cape Fur Seal which was wrapped in two plastic bags and was even tied up with a piece of […]

Biggest Investment of its kind for Narraville

Biggest Investment of its kind for Narraville

Ground work will soon kick-off to start phase 1 of the new stylish Pelikan Platz, a lifestyle complex which will be located next to the “Walvis Bay – Swakopmund” road’s off-ramp to Narraville. Pelikan Platz is a collection of 282 private ownership homes to be built in 9 phases. The first phase will be done […]

Parliament’s Mensa-Williams visits Möller widow

Parliament’s Mensa-Williams visits Möller widow

The Chairperson of the National Council, Mrs. Margareth Mensah-Williams, on Friday paid a courtesy visit to Mrs Carol-Anne Möller, widow of the Walvis Bay businessman Mr Hans Jörg Möller who was fatally shot during a home invasion and armed robbery in the couple’s harbour town home last week. Möller died some 36-hours after he was […]

Accidents at Kuisebmond Bridge

Accidents at Kuisebmond Bridge

On Saturday afternoon a head-on collision was reported, which resulted in both drivers sustaining serious injuries and had to be extricated from the wreckage by emergency and rescue personnel using hydraulic rescue tools. The accident occurred in Sam Nujoma Drive close to the Kuisebmond bridge in Walvis Bay, in front of Cymot. The driver of […]

Kudus leer Walvisbaai ‘n Rugbyles

Kudus 1 het Saterdag in Narraville behoorlik vir Walvisbaai laat les opsê toe hulle hul buurmanne met 60 – 35 oorrompel het. ‘n Slim wedstrydplan deur afrigter Callie Van Wyk, was egter die doodsteek vir Walvis met Kudus wat hul met hardlooprugby uitoorlê het. Kudus wat sonder vyf van sy gereelde eerste span voorspelers soos […]

Napwu challenged to bring proof of its claim Walvis Bay Town Council and Mayor are “engulfed” in corruption

The Namibia Public Workers Union (Napwu) has been called upon this week to come forward with more details to substantiate the union’s recent public claims that the Walvis Bay Town Council is “engulfed” in corruption and that Councillors were going as far as trying to solicit information from officials of the ACC on whistle-blowers with […]

Walvis Bay experiences a surge in violence and criminal activity – NCCI Walvis Bay

The NCCI Walvis Bay this week called upon the community, law enforcement agencies and community policing groups to shoulder its responsibilities to collectively combat crime and violence in the harbour town. The statement follows in the wake of the murder recently of Mr. Hans Jörg Mölller, a well-known local businessman who was gunned down during […]

Giant ship off Walvis Bay puzzles many a resident

Giant ship off Walvis Bay puzzles many a resident

Residents of Walvis Bay were puzzled this week over a gigantic ship South of Pelican Point on the outer-bound of the peninsula. The vessel was clearly supported by two workboats, increasing not only curiosity but also some concern as it was clear the vessel was close to shore and could have had trouble. The vessel […]

Rössing selling all its residential properties

After 40 years Rössing Uranium Limited (RUL) has now decided to sell all remaining residential properties in Swakopmund. This surprising development is outlined in a letter sent by Rössing to Town Council. Council approved the application at its most recent meeting and decided that part of the proceeds will go to Council. This decision will […]