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Pupkewitz Megatech

Pupkewitz Megatech

Eileen van der Schyff Pupkewitz Megatech Walvis Bay has undergone a “facelift”! The branch manager, Morne Grundeling and his team would like to invite everyone to come see what they have to offer in their new beautifully laid out store. According to Morne, their focus is now is their large variety of decorative lighting. You […]

Fish Eagle Rally Spreads it’s Wings

Fish Eagle Rally Spreads it’s Wings

The Playboys Motor Cycle Club (PMCC) will once again host the very popular Fish Eagle Rally hailed as the largest motorcycle rally in Namibia from 5 to 7 October in Walvis Bay. The venue for this year’s drag races, which forms part of the 19th Fish Eagle Rally, have however been shifted from the vicinity […]

Get ready for the festive season

Get ready for the festive season

Mayor urges stakeholders in Walvis Bay to prepare in time Floris Steenkamp Walvis Bay’s mayor Alderman Immanuel Wilfried on Tuesday night called upon all stakeholders, whether individuals, the private sector or the municipality of Walvis Bay, to step up their various preparations for the Christmas holidays, as he once again wants visitors and holiday makers […]

Prince William visits Namibia

Prince William visits Namibia

Floris Steenkamp Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge (pictured) expressed his satisfaction this week on Namibia joining the Commonwealth Clean Oceans Alliance which seeks for the eradication of plastics, not only from the Ocean but also from all national parks. The Duke of Cam-bridge made this re-mark during a Reception hosted in his honour earlier […]

5-Month old bay needs your help

5-Month old bay needs your help

Sharlien Tjambari The Deputy Mayor of Swakopmund Maria Elago plays a bigger role in the community by helping those in need. This week she donated some diapers and formula milk to a family that struggles to feed and clothe a five-month old baby. During an interview with namib times, Elago said the only reason why […]

Adonai Trust reaches out to inmates

Bank Windhoek and Adonai Trust have joined hands to host Money Map training sessions for close to 200 inmates at four correctional facilities across the country. The first two-week session commenced at Walvis Bay on Monday, 17 September and will conclude on Sunday, 30 September. Themed ‘Your journey to financial freedom,’ the Money Map training […]

EBHN and MMMC sign agreement

EBHN and MMMC sign agreement

Rudi Bowe A recognition and procedural agreement were signed between Elgin Brown & Hamer Namibia (EBH Namibia) and the Mining, Metal, Maritime and Construction Workers Union (MMMC). The purpose of this Agreement is to provide a healthy partnership framework for the 294 employers under the management level of EBH Namibia. The agreement will foster and […]

FCS Annual Spring Day Team Building Event

FCS Annual Spring Day Team Building Event

Eileen van der Schyff Financial Consulting Services (FCS), has a yearly team building event which takes place on Spring Day each year. The event this year took place on the afternoon of 7 September, starting as a Charity drive during lunch hour in aid of the SPCA and the Cancer Association, after which a “Something […]

Finance for 5,78 MW Solar Plant

Finance for 5,78 MW Solar Plant

Bank Windhoek, in conjunction with Enertronica Group, recently financed the construction of the Trekkopje Solar Project, in the Erongo region as part of the development of solar parks in Namibia. Built by Enertronica Group, a multinational industrial company specialising in renewable energy, the project incurred construction costs of N$137 million, excluding development costs. The Trekkopje’s […]

Cancer fundraising activities

Cancer fundraising activities

The Walvis Bay Voluntary Committee of the Cancer Association of Namibia hosted several events and campaigns recently in order to raise funds in Aid of Cancer. The highlight however, took place on 14th July when they hosted a Gala Event for the ladies, the-med “Be a Superhero for Cancer”. This event was attracted by local […]