Namdock 3

The long-awaited arrival of Elgin Brown & Hamer Namibia's (EBH) massive 195 metre by 43 metre floating dock finally became reality when it was moored in the harbour at around 06:00 on Friday morning. http://www.namibtimes.net/forum/topics/namdock-3-promises-significant-benefits

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First Guans Packaging tournament a success

Guans Packaging (Pty) Ltd held their first soccer and netball tournament over the weekend, at the Kuisebmond Stadium.

According to Benson Duban, the event organizer and also the Head of Sports at the company, the event was a success.He explained that their sole purpose…

'Spin-offs' in Arandis

Saterdag het alle paaie na Arandis gelei, waar ‘n pret-dag, gepaardgaande met ‘n “Spin-off” kompetisie, georkestreer deur Coastal Drifting & Spinning en Dupps Spinners van Windhoek, aangebied is.

Dit was die eerste keer in die dorp se geskiedenis dat so ‘n kompetisie daar aangebied is en die opkoms word as…

Desert Raceway makes its debut

Despite hot and windy conditions spectators flocked to the debut event of the Desert Raceway Dirt oval racing on Saturday.


Petrol heads were spoilt for choice with quad bikes, V8s and midget vehicles racing for their respective titles. 

Situated 7km outside Walvis Bay on the road to Dune 7 towards Rooibank, the brand new…

Sailing enthusiasts gear up for Bart’s Bash

The Walvis Bay Yacht Club and the rest of the Namibian sailing community are gearing up to participate in a global sailing event called Bart’s Bash on 21 September.

Named after the Olympic medallist and America’s Cup sailor Andrew ‘Bart’ Simpson, the idea of the race is to break a Guinness record by having the…

Entertainment

Campbells bring 'Fanta en Cola'

The well-known Campbells brothers performed at Sarah se Gat at the Walvis Bay Waterfront on Saturday evening where they had the crowd hanging from their lips performing their latest album 'Fanta en Cola'.

The brothers Harry (39) and Tony (37) told the namib times that this was approximately their fifth time to…

Chippa unleashes Experience count

Ivan “Chippa” Nauyoma, a local Kwaito-Funk artist, is well on his way to make a name for himself in the music industry and is about to release his second album “Experience count”.

The CD that will be available before the end of this month, is guaranteed to make even non-believers believe,…

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Local healthcare assistants graduate

This week sees the first graduates completing their final assessments of the healthcare assistant’s course in Swakopmund.

Healthcare is one of the growing careers in the world, accommodating the advancement of technology within the nursing field. There have been no nationally recognised courses here or in South…

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