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Road users put in danger by NDF-driver

Road users put in danger by NDF-driver

A road user on the B2 coastal road was left frustrated and totally flabbergasted on Saturday morning as the driver of this NDF-vehicle ignored the double solid line on the Swakopmund bridge and overtook several vehicles. The driver had no regard for either his own life and those of other road users when he overtook […]

Remax Coastline Properties hosts blood donation day

Remax Coastline Properties hosts blood donation day

Every year, on 14 June, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day. The theme of this year’s campaign is “Blood connects us all”. It focuses on thanking blood donors who save lives every day through their blood donations and strongly encourages more people all over the world to donate blood voluntarily and regularly […]

We need more proposals for community upliftment projects – Clr Mensah-Williams

We need more proposals for community upliftment projects – Clr Mensah-Williams

Addressing the community of Swakopmund, Mensah said her team from the National Council is not there to make laws for the people, but they are there to make the laws with the people, “and we want to encourage you to participate in the law-making process of Namibia” said Mensah-Williams. Williams further said that the National […]

Another truck overturns at Swakop roundabout

Another truck overturns at Swakop roundabout

A truck transporting close to 40 tons of frozen meat overturned at the notorious round-about in Swakopmund close to the truck port on Friday morning. This is the second truck to topple over in just a month’s time. The driver was slightly injured and admitted to hospital for further treatment. According to information received at […]

Land error

Land error

The namib times has taken notice of planted gum-poles fencing the new Pelikan Platz development in Narraville, especially those drilled into the road opposite the cemetery. Contact was made with the developers of the project, Reydev Holdings (Pty) Ltd and Reydev representative, Jacques Reyneke, informed the namib times that this specific piece of the road […]

Shackfires devastate coastal communities

Shackfires devastate coastal communities

19 shacks were razed to the ground during a fire in Tulinawa in Swakopmund on Wednesday evening. A further three shacks were destroyed in DRC yesterday morning bringing the total amount of shacks that burned since Friday evening in Swakopmund close to 40. “These east wind conditions pose a problem. Residents should be extra careful […]

Nantu threatens to drags GRN to court

The Namibia National Teachers Union (NANTU) have decided to engage the Labour Commissioner in order to settle the three month dispute between them and the government over salary increment, transport and housing allowance increase which the government have up to this point not responded positively to. According to the Erongo Regional Chairperson of NANTU, Jonathan […]

Trustco pays bonus to paid-up Shield members

Trustco Insurance and Trustco Life Ltd – Namibian based short- and long term insurance companies today announced a Nawa bonus pay-out to existing paid up Shield members. Currently the insurers have 120 000 policy holders covering in excess of 300 000 insured members. Legal Shield, the core product of Trustco Insurance has to date paid […]

Mensah-Williams on outreach visit

Mensah-Williams on outreach visit

The entire Swakopmund Constituency community is invited to attend a very important outreach visit program by the Chairperson of the National Council, Ms Margaret Mensah-Williams which will take place on 15 July at the Multi-Purpose Centre in Mondesa at 09:00. The main purpose of the visit is to enhance public participation in the law-making process. […]

Container terminal 56 % complete

Container terminal 56 % complete

The Namibia Ports Authority (Namport) released statistics recently confirming the N$4 billion container terminal project on reclaimed land in the port of Walvis Bay has now reached 56 % completion. This project is the first of its kind in Namibia and involves the reclamation of 40 hectares of land in the port of Walvis Bay […]