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North and South Clearing wins international award

North and South Clearing wins international award

North and South Clearing, owned and operated by Walvis Bay business couple, Mr. Boetie and Mrs. Adelaine Bruwer, stood proud in London in the United Kingdom recently. The business won the International Crown Award at the BID Quality Convention. The business has shown its total commitment to BID’s QC100 TQM Model and for this achievement […]

Architect Kerry McNamara dies

Architect Kerry McNamara dies

One of Namibia’s most renowned architects, Kerry McNamara, lost a battle against cancer on Monday night. He passed away in a Swakopmund hospital aged 76. He leaves behind his wife Shelagh, three sons Kevan, Rowan and Malachy and daughter Bevinn McNamara. The memorial service will be held later today at the Holy Rosary Catholic Church […]

EBHN changes its stance on Ryazanovka

EBHN changes its stance on Ryazanovka

Ship repair and marine industrial stakeholder Elgin Brown Hamer Namibia (EBHN) put into perspective this week reasons why it would conduct ship repair work to the Ryazanovka, the vessel that has been linked to a controversial application by a Chinese-owned company to the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources to capture live dolphins, orca whales, […]

Möller murder suspects say police manhandled them

One of the five suspects accused of murdering well known tourism businessman, Mr. Hans Jörg Möller in his home in Walvis Bay last year has been injured. David Tashiya [accused 2] says the circumstances under which they were transported between Windhoek and Walvis Bay for their court appearances was harsh, as they remained handcuffed throughout […]

Verkragting van vrou in haar winkel op Hentiesbaai ontvou as ‘n wolhaarstorie

Die aanval en verkragting verlede Dinsdag van ‘n vrou in haar winkel op Hentiesbaai blyk nou een groot wolhaarstorie te wees. ‘n Opname deur ‘n sekuriteitskamera, wat neerkyk op die winkeltjie waar die voorval sou plaasvind, is die deurslaggewende bewys dat die vrou die gebeure van verlede Dinsdag uit haar duim gesuig het. Sodoende kon […]

Husab produces its first Yellow Cake

Husab produces its first Yellow Cake

30 December 2016 marked the official start of the production of Uranium Oxide at the massive Husab Uranium Mine east of Swakopmund. “Swakop Uranium’s (SU) historical moment was realised Friday, 30 December 2016, at 21:56, when SU Drum No. 1: U3O8 was produced, filled with Uranium Oxide,” an internal communique reads. Speaking to namib times, […]

Students scramble for a place at Namcol to improve their grades

Students scramble for a place at Namcol to improve their grades

Registration for the Namibian College of Open Learning (Namcol) have started yesterday, Monday, 16 January. It seems this year there could be logistical problems at the Coastal High School in Swakopmund, as there are so many ex-learners trying to register for 2017 to obtain higher Grade 12 symbols. On Monday, when the registration for Namcol […]

IUM REORGANISATION AT SWAKOPMUND / WALVIS BAY CAMPUSES

The International University of Management (IUM) is in the process of strategic expansion of its academic programmes, research and consultancy services to the different regional clusters of the country. The expansion involves growth in the Kavango regions, the Northern regions and the Coastal regions of our country. IUM has recently completed construction of a campus […]

24 year-old arrested for insurance fraud

The Police arrested 24 year-old Sydney Halupe after he allegedly attempted to defraud his insurance company to the value of N$241 926. He was arrested on a charge of perjury and was released on bail to the amount of N$1 500. The case was reported by Detective Chief Inspector Erastus Iikuyu, acting regional crime investigations […]

Four miraculously escape death as car ploughs into fuel service station

Four miraculously escape death as car ploughs into fuel service station

Service station attendants at the newly opened Walvis Bay Fuel Centre had a narrow escape in the early hours of Sunday, when the driver of a white Toyota pick up lost control of the vehicle at high speed and ploughed into the service station narrowly missing them as well as crucial installations like the fuel […]