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Coastal residents urged to be more vigilant against crime

The attack earlier this week on two elderly women in their home in Swakopmund, by three masked intruders, is a wake-up call for…

Staff overhaul planned for Walvis Bay municipality

The management committee of the Walvis Bay Town Council is deliberating options to increase efficiency and the level of service delivery of employees…

Temporary rail crossing at 14th Road opened 18:00 yesterday

Temporary rail crossing at 14th Road opened 18:00 yesterday

A temporary railway crossing opened at 14th Road in Walvis Bay yesterday. The temporary crossing will now enable DM Rail to close the…

Off you go …….

Off you go …….

Must be removed from waterfront company The Walvis Bay town council wants two former mayors and two suspended senior municipal officials removed from…

Basterkapteinsverkiesing vind plaas op 24 April

Basterkapteinsverkiesing vind plaas op 24 April

Rudi Bowe Namibië se Rehoboth bastergemeenskap gaan op 24 April na die stembus vir die verkiesing van ‘n nuwe Basterkaptein. Lede van die…

Illegal rubbish dump

Illegal rubbish dump

Eileen van der Schyff Walvis Bay residents are increasingly concerned over an illegal dumping area that is growing by the day on an…

All drones must be registered at NCAA

All drones must be registered at NCAA

Contributed Regardless of whether a drone takes off from a Windhoek backyard to catch the last glimpses of Namibia’s spectacular sunsets or if…

Dog-owners’ attitudes has to change…

Dog-owners’ attitudes has to change…

A resident of Walvis Bay frequenting the Walvis Bay lagoon says she is increasingly concerned and frustrated with dog-owners who don’t clean up…

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…