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Massive grain silo’s taking shape

A massive assembly project is currently executed in Walvis Bay’s 3rd Street East where two 5 100 tons wheat silo’s are completed for…

New container terminal to be managed by private sector

Namport believes this option would return container volumes to the Port of Walvis Bay The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) issued a memorandum this…

Hard at work to beautify the lagoon walkway…..

Hard at work to beautify the lagoon walkway…..

Several members of the public expressed their satisfaction this week with what is happening at the Walvis Bay lagoon. It is a hive…

Namibia’s fuel price increase explained

A growing coal crisis in China and the recent hurricane that ravaged parts of the south eastern United States and the Gulf of…

Wearing no seatbelt and a  four-year-old sitting on her lap

Wearing no seatbelt and a four-year-old sitting on her lap

Eileen van der Schyff A Polo and a pick up were involved in a crash some 7 km east of the Rossmund turnoff…

Peace deal between Widows and Ehika

Peace deal between Widows and Ehika

Rudi Bowe  A years-long quarrel between the Fishermen Widows Trust and Ehika Fishing in Walvis Bay is now in the past. That is…

CSS employees’ shareholders

CSS employees’ shareholders

Rudi Bowe The fifty-two permanent employees of Commercial Cold Storage (CCS) Namibia were recently added to the Erongo Marine Harambee Workers Trust and…

17-year-old pianist in Scholarship competition

17-year-old pianist in Scholarship competition

Seventeen year old Kamaz Nechvile, a student at the International School Walvis Bay, and a piano student of Vera Malherbe, was invited to…

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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…