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Health care workers in grave danger

A total of 1 350 health workers have contracted the novel Coronavirus since the pandemic was first recorded in Namibia in mid-March 2020.…

Namibia ready for Covid-vaccine

Namibia ready for Covid-vaccine

Twenty percent of Namibians will receive the Covid-19 vaccine in the foreseeable future. That represents approximately 500 000 people. However, to achieve a…

Bagging plant a first for Walvis Bay

Bagging plant a first for Walvis Bay

As the first of its kind in Namibia and a historic milestone for the port of Walvis Bay, Manica Group Namibia has recently…

Mutjavikua laid to rest at Grootfontein

Mutjavikua laid to rest at Grootfontein

The former Governor of Erongo Cleophas Mutjavikua was laid to rest this past weekend at Grootfontein. Mutjavikua passed away of Covid-19 complications on…

The late Mr Hans Botha

The late Mr Hans Botha

A former resident of Walvis Bay and well-known business entrepreneur, Mr Hans Botha, passed away in Windhoek on Sunday at the age of…

Missing man

Missing man

Police are searching for Daniel Sisoyo (34), a Namibian male, who went missing on Saturday, 9 January. Sisoyo was last seen at Farm…

Namibia’s Covid-19 situation worsens

Namibia’s Covid-19 situation worsens

Namibia’s health minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula on Wednesday warned Namibia’s Covid-19 situation has worsened in leaps and bounds. Where the country’s Covid-19 infection…

Karibib man crushed under front-end loader

Karibib man crushed under front-end loader

The 57-year-old Mr Alfeus Heingo was crushed under a front-end loader at Karibib on Monday, after the heavy earthmoving machine rolled down an…

Coming Events View all

The International School of Walvis Bay will have its Annual International Day this coming Saturday, 29 June at Jan Wilken Stadium. Prepare for a day filled with fun…

Mr Keith Gelderbloem (pictured above) is proud to announce the opening of his Sentra super-market in the Narraville suburb of Walvis Bay. The store opens tomorrow (26 June)…

Rudi Bowe  Walvis Bay fishing companies Omaru Fishing and Seaworks as part of their corporate social responsibility donated fish to numerous vulnerable community groups. A total of 6…