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Swakopmunders owe more than N$100 million
Swakopmunders owe more than N$100 million ERWIN LEUSCHNER Swakopmund residents owe the town over N$100 million. This...
[Namibian Sun] 30/11/2021
High-tech game changer
High-tech game changerDrones, artificial intelligence to protect oceans A tech company established by four young...
[Namibian Sun] 29/11/2021
Fuel prices to increase again in December
Fuel prices will increase by 70 cents per litre from 1 December due to a hike in global oil prices, the Ministry of...
[Namibia Economist] 29/11/2021
KaDezember blues as fuel price shocks continue
From Wednesday, 1 December, petrol pump prices at Walvis Bay (port of entry) will be N$15,65 cents a litre, and diesel...
[The Namibian] 29/11/2021
SA poet and activist weighs in on genocide compensation
The genocide is estimated to have wiped out over 60 00 Ovaherero people and 10 000 Nama people in an attempt at ethnic...
[The Namibian] 29/11/2021
Big wins for Wanderers, Old Boys
At the Sparta field in Walvis Bay, a great century by Niko Davin led Wanderers to a nine-wicket victory against...
[The Namibian] 29/11/2021
Marais, Brockman return for Sandman
Marais, Brockman return for SandmanTriathlon to invade coast Now in its 34th year, Namibia's annual Swakopmund FNB...
[Namibian Sun] 28/11/2021
Walvis Bay welcomes first passenger vessel in a year
Passenger vessels have since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic not been able to visit Namibia. The MS Europa will...
[The Namibian] 28/11/2021
Walvis Bay welcomes first passenger vessel in a year
Passenger vessels have since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic not been able to visit Namibia. The MS Europa will...
[The Namibian] 28/11/2021
Walvis Bay welcomes first passenger vessel in a year
Passenger vessels have since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic not been able to visit Namibia. The MS Europa will...
[The Namibian] 28/11/2021
Walvis Bay welcomes first passenger vessel in a year
Passenger vessels have since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic not been able to visit Namibia. The MS Europa will...
[The Namibian] 28/11/2021
Motorists, businesses get festive season fuel shock
The petrol pump prices in Walvis Bay, which is the port of entry, will become N$15,65 cents/litre and the diesel price...
[The Namibian] 27/11/2021
First passenger ship arrives at Walvis Bay this Thursday. More to follow in December
The 18-month dearth of passenger vessels at Namibian ports is finally coming to an end this week when the 680 pax ocean...
[Namibia Economist] 25/11/2021
NamibRe Commemorates 20 years of Being the Preferred reinsurer
Namibia National Reinsurance Corporation Limited “NamibRe” celebrated its 20th Anniversary earlier this November...
[Windhoek Observer] 25/11/2021
Walvis Bay entrepreneur joins African women's network
Women in Africa (WIA) 54 was started in 2017 and endorses African women entrepreneurs from all African countries. The...
[The Namibian] 25/11/2021
Green's lawyer questions cannabis forensics
This is according to an affidavit by senior forensic analyst John Shomeya which deputy prosecutor general Henry Muhongo...
[The Namibian] 25/11/2021
Rebirth planned for tourism sector
Rebirth planned for tourism sectorA revised Tourism Sector Recovery Plan is expected to be implemented in the first...
[Windhoek Express] 24/11/2021
Wasserfall suspects won't testify during bail application
The bail application of Azaan Madisia and her brother Steven Mulundu was supposed to have started in the Walvis Bay...
[The Namibian] 24/11/2021
ADC to compete in athletics championships
ADC to compete in athletics championships NAMPA Swakopmund-based Athletics Development Club (ADC) will compete in the...
[Namibian Sun] 23/11/2021
Science Week in full swing
Science Week in full swing Heading to Swakop in December The annual Science Week started in the capital on Monday. The...
[Windhoek Express] 23/11/2021
Alternative route for trucks over the festive season
Alternative route for trucks over the festive season The Minister of Works and Transport, John Mutorwa, temporarily...
[Windhoek Express] 23/11/2021
Shacks burn at Kuisebmond
According to the Erongo police's inspector Ileni Shapumba the fire started in a backyard shack in Galjoen Street...
[The Namibian] 23/11/2021
Shacks burn at Kuisebmond
According to the Erongo police's inspector Ileni Shapumba the fire started in a backyard shack in Galjoen Street...
[The Namibian] 23/11/2021
Shacks burn at Kuisebmond
According to the Erongo police's inspector Ileni Shapumba the fire started in a backyard shack in Galjoen Street...
[The Namibian] 23/11/2021
Shacks burn at Kuisebmond
According to the Erongo police's inspector Ileni Shapumba the fire started in a backyard shack in Galjoen Street...
[The Namibian] 23/11/2021



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