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50-Year-old female in dock over elephant tusks

50-Year-old female in dock over elephant tusks

A 50-year-old female, Karina Cloete, was arrested at Walvis Bay on Monday for the alleged illegal possession of elephant tusks. Cloete made a first appearance in the Walvis Bay magistrates court on Wednesday and was released on bail of N$10 000. She returns to court on 10 February.

Development Bank of Namibia to launch KFW supported Covid-19 business relief loans

Development Bank of Namibia to launch KFW supported Covid-19 business relief loans

Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) has announced that it will launch Covid-19 business relief loans on 18 January 2021. The Bank will provide finance equivalent to 3 months up to a maximum of 6 months turnover for enterprises affected by Covid-19. The term of the loan will be a maximum of 60 months. These relief […]

Cancer Association of Namibia(WO30) interim homes reopen for 2021

Cancer Association of Namibia(WO30) interim homes reopen for 2021

Cancer Association of Namibia (WO30) communicates the annual opening of the CHICA INTERIM HOME for CHILD-HOOD CANCER PATIENTS. Any Namibian childhood cancer patient and one (1) accompanying parent/caregiver from outside Windhoek, who needs to come for treatment in the capital, is accommodated fully complimentary at our home, during the treatment procedure. *medical requirements apply. Cancer […]

Community Development Group gives refreshments to Shoprite strikers

Community Development Group gives refreshments to Shoprite strikers

Sharlien Tjambari A local unemployed youth group, Community Development Group, donated refreshments to the employees of Shoprite, U-Save and Checkers who have been on a strike for three weeks now, the handing over of refreshments took place at U-Save, Shoprite at Mondesa on Friday, 8 January. According to the group’s spokesperson, Jenette Kauzuu, the employees […]

Giving back as a gesture of her gratefulness

Giving back as a gesture of her gratefulness

Using her time off to bring unique happiness, Auditor Ansie Rossouw believes in togetherness and helping each other out thus, she has decided to bake a smile for the less fortunate. Unrelenting in its spread, Covid-19 pandemic has thrown the livelihoods of many into a chaotic twister and 50-year-old Ansie Rossouw, who resides in Walvis […]

Fuel Prices left unchanged for January

Fuel Prices left unchanged for January

The Ministry of Mines and Energy has announced it’s the outcome of its monthly fuel price review for January 2021. In the statement, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Mines and Energy, Andreas Simon said fuel pump prices in Walvis Bay (port of entry) will remain at N$11.35 per litre for petrol and N$11.38 per […]

Search for Lüderitz missing toddler ongoing

Search for Lüderitz missing toddler ongoing

Eileen van der Schyff Altough the 3-year-old Spencer Mandela Nakale who went missing from his aunt’s house at Lüderitz on 28 December 2020, is still missing, the toddler’s father, Nelson Mandela Nakale is full of hope that his son will be found. Spencer came to Lüderitz from the Ohangwena Region to spend the holiday with […]

Christmas and New Year’s babies

It was a Christmas and New Year’s miracle for several local families as they welcomed their new additions to the world. Welwitschia Private Hospital in Walvis Bay said they had no Christmas births this year and only one boy and one girl were born on New Year’s Day at its hospital. Walvis Bay State hospital […]

Swakopmund man remains behind bars for raping two minors

Sharlien Tjambari Heiko Dedig will remain in custody after being accused of raping two minors who were left in his care. Dedig made his first appearance in the Swakopmund Magistrates Court on Monday this week. The 42-year-old man from Swakopmund was denied bail on allegations of raping two minors aged 6 and 10. Dedig will […]

NIMT employees still await their salaries

NIMT employees still await their salaries

Rudi Bowe About 220 employees of the Namibian Institute of Mining and Technology (NIMT) are still waiting for their outstanding 30% of their salaries for November and December 2020. According to a reliable source at NIMT, the institution has been marred with controversy since last year. The company only managed to pay 70% of their […]