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Anti-Corruption Commission requests tracing of two accused

Anti-Corruption Commission requests tracing of two accused

Anti-Corruption Commission requests trace accused in corrupt case file ACC ERO-18-002731FK and in corrupt case file ACC.HQO-14-001173 (CR NUMBER 687/06/2014) The Anti-Corruption Commission urgently requests the public to assist with the tracing of Mr Tomas Iipinge and Mr Brown Abraham, also known as Rasta. They are wanted in connection with corruption cases being investigated by […]

Man dies of Insecticide toxicity

Man dies of Insecticide toxicity

Eileen van der Schyff A 38-year-old man died after a roommate sprayed quickphos insecticide in the shack, they live in. The shack is shared by five people. When Kamungu Henock Nehongo returned home from work on the morning of Saturday 10 August, he found one friend had died and another was unconscious. The owner of […]

AIMS brings dangerous goods training to industry at the coast

AIMS brings dangerous goods training to industry at the coast

Walvis Bay Corridor Group Earlier this month, the African Institutional Management Services (AIMS) announced that it received accreditation from the Namibia Civil Aviation Authority on 24 May 2019. According to AIMS Marketing and Business Development Manager, Ms. Natasja Gawanas, this now makes them a certified Aviation Training Organisation (ATO). The Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) […]

Corridor Group congratulates Government

Corridor Group congratulates Government

The Walvis Bay Corridor Group extends its heartfelt congratulations to the Namibian Government, the Namibian Ports Authority and indeed the entire Namibian Nation for the foresight of investing in economic infrastructure that will greatly contribute to the economic upliftment of our country’s future generations. The Inauguration of Namport’s new container terminal at the Port of […]

School Board appreciates staff

School Board appreciates staff

The School Board Members of De Duine Secondary School recently showed their appreciation to the teachers and institutional workers of the school. The most fundamental psychological need is to be appreciated. We all want to feel fully appreciated for what we do. Donavan Paulse, a School Board member of De Duine Secondary School said at […]

Lombardt-Fire Truck operational, residents say otherwise

Sharlien Tjambari  With the recent fire in Ongulumbashe informal settlement which burned down two shacks right opposite the Fire Brigade Department of Usakos, residents feel that the department is just a white elephant. The Fire Station was completed towards the end of 2015 and is situated in the Hakhaseb location just opposite Ongulumbashe informal settlement. […]

Shameless plundering

Shameless plundering

Floris Steenkamp The plundering of the coast’s natural environment and natural resources continues. In the latest trend people are entering the Namib Naukluft Park near Swakopmund and destroy various forms of vegetation for firewood. Pictures here show where a Tamerisk has been plundered and bundled for firewood. This is one of dozens of examples. A […]

Hands off our white mussels

Hands off our white mussels

Floris Steenkamp Only hours after the Namib Times reported on Tuesday of Fermar Seafoods CC harvesting tons of white mussel on the beaches be-tween Pelican Point and Paaltjies (the local name for the border with Sandwich Harbour), the Ministry of Fisheries cancelled the business’ exploratory fishing right to harvest clams and white mussel. He further […]

How not to do it….

How not to do it….

TransNamib had to learn the hard way this week that an emolument attach order against an employee’s salary is not to be taken lightly. The national rail carrier failed to pay over the amount they deducted from the employee to an attorney’s trust fund. That resulted in the Deputy Sheriff on Tuesday attaching all of […]

Environmental clearance for Walvis Bay dump site

Environmental clearance for Walvis Bay dump site

Rudi Bowe  Waste removal fees paid by ratepayers must be re-invested in better and sustainable waste disposal infrastructure and techniques. This was the call recently by the Minister of Environment and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta, during a visit to the Walvis Bay municipal dump site. The Walvis Bay municipality applied for an environmental clearance certificate from […]