Leandrea Louw

Dwergieland Pre-primary School in Walvis Bay recently held its Mr and Ms Dwergieland Junior and Senior beauty pageant.

The Dolphin Schools donated bags of dog and cat food to the Walvis Bay SPCA. Learners walked through the streets of Walvis Bay last week and collected money from locals. Seen here are the Junior and Senior Student Representative Council. Photo contributed

The Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) welcomed the one-stop border posts control bill which was recently passed without amendments in the National Assembly.

Missing portions of regional transportation corridors between Namibia and its neighbours with the Port of Walvis Bay are to be completed.

The permanent secretary of the ministry of works and transport, Willem Goeiemann, recently outlined these plans at the Africa Rail Conference.

Leandrea Louw

About 25 cyclists from Walvis Bay and Swakopmund held a meeting to kick start the Namsafe Cycling Campaign that deals with safety of cyclists on roads.

Otis Finck

Macro Fishing dismissed two of 14 crew members after they were found guilty on charges of theft during a disciplinary hearing recently.

The company’s fleet manager in Walvis Bay, Hugo Burger, confirmed this and said the two fired crewmen were known troublemakers.

As part of its 10 year anniversary, Project Shine received a donation of N$80 000 from Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL), a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group. Project Shine comprises of two environmental activities namely a clean-up and an awareness campaign.

Adolf Kaure

The Kwese Friday Fight Night series will host its next tournament dubbed Desert Storm on 28 July at the Dome in Swakopmund.

Adolf Kaure

The lawn bowls school league is set to commence soon.

The third annual Husab marathon was launched in Swakopmund last Thursday.

The marathon will take place on 5 August at the Husab access road near Arandis.

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