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“If tourism recovers many other sectors will follow automatically”

Namibia has seen a noticeable increase in visitor numbers in recent weeks, both overseas visitors as well as South Africans. The coastal towns…

“Sardine run” at Vierkantklip

“Sardine run” at Vierkantklip

Members of the public flocked to Vierkantklip near Swakopmund on Wednesday to collect thousands of pilchards that were swimming in the shallow water.…

Taxi hits cyclist

West Coast Safety initiative reported on social media, a cyclist sustained moderate injuries when he was struck by a taxi at Swakopmund on…

Seventy people left homeless after Tutaleni fire

Seventy people were left homeless after a fire destroyed sixteen shacks and damaged another four at Kuisebmond’s Tutaleni on Monday of this week.…

Man killed at tug shop in curfew hours

A 34-year-old man was arrested for murder after he stabbed and killed 25-year-old Vevangapi Kandjai in Swakopmund on Saturday (8 May 2021). A…

South African cannot stay out of trouble with the law

South African cannot stay out of trouble with the law

A South African man who is in custody for attempted murder, housebreaking and contravening Namibia’ immigration laws is in renewed trouble and also…

Scammers pretending to own mining businesses

Scammers pretending to own mining businesses

Scammers pretending to own mining businesses are trying to scam suppliers of heavy equipment out of hundreds of thousands. The way these scammers…

Locusts destroying plants and trees at Langstrand

Locusts destroying plants and trees at Langstrand

Several residents at Langstrand have reported in recent weeks how swarms of locusts systematically invaded gardens and public open spaces, destroying plants and…

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…