Crime

Neighbourhood watch can benefit Mondesa

1 day - 15 October 2018 | Crime

Adolf Kaure The community liaison officer at the Mondesa police station, constable Cliff Kaujova, says the introduction of a neighbourhood watch in Mondesa could help curb the increasing crime rate in the area.“Neighbourhood watches are...

Pub crawling nanny causes trauma

1 week ago - 08 October 2018 | Crime

Otis Finck A frantic search for two toddlers and their missing nanny ended in a happy reunion last week.At least 30 people were deployed in Swakopmund, and the police put up...

Forum to tackle corruption head on

1 week ago - 08 October 2018 | Crime

Otis FinckAs much as 50% of persons sitting in top managerial, directorship and leadership positions have been appointed through corrupt recruitment processes. “The nation therefore cannot expect much in terms of employment from those who...

Landwye misdaad laat toeriste moedeloos

2 weeks ago - 01 October 2018 | Crime

Yolanda NelMet die hoeveelheid aanvalle op mense wat tans in Namibië waargeneem word, laat dit nie net 'n lelike nasmaak vir besoekers nie, maar het dit ook 'n groot impak op die toerisme sektor. Volgens...

Corridors are key for economic development

4 weeks ago - 17 September 2018 | Crime

Adolf KaureThe seventh Trans Kalahari Corridor Management Committee (TKCMC) joint law enforcement operation took place on the B2 highway near Swakopmund on Wednesday.Speaking on behalf of minister of works and transport John Mutorwa, his permanent...

Namibia greets ‘precious angel’

1 month - 10 September 2018 | Crime

Denver Kisting Cruel death unites nation On Saturdays her mom would drop her at her grandparents’ house so that she could accompany...

CCTV installation drags on

1 month - 10 September 2018 | Crime

Jessica BotesNo progress has been made with the installation of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras in town since the Swakopmund town council approved the project...

Woman fends off knife-wielding attacker

1 month - 03 September 2018 | Crime

Jessica BotesA local woman was attacked by two men at an intersection in Swakopmund on Friday morning . Annelien Derks told Erongo that she was...

PPRC issues safety tips for tourists

1 month - 27 August 2018 | Crime

The Police Public Relations Committee of Swakopmund has issued safety tips for tourists, in anticipation of the tourist peak season which has just started. “Just...

Community takes a stand against drugs

1 month - 20 August 2018 | Crime

Community members and the West Coast Ecumenical Movement, which represents 18 churches in Walvis Bay, gathered at the magistrate’s court to protest the granting of...

Cops ready for action

1 month - 20 August 2018 | Crime

Jana-Mari Smith Windhoek's City Police traffic and crime prevention units have responded to the call of Inspector General Sebastian Ndeitunga to ensure more visible...

School property vandalised

3 months ago - 13 July 2018 | Crime

Otis Finck Vandals entered the Narraville Primary School premises, removed a number of window frames and also smashed a number of windows. Acting principal...

Crime

CCTV footage helps police

3 months ago - 22 June 2018 | Crime

The Namibian police managed­ to trace and arrest two alleged­ robbers in Walvis Bay by using­ CCTV footage of the crime. According to Erongo police...

Community warned against fake police

4 months ago - 15 June 2018 | Crime

Jessica Botes The Erongo crime investigations coordinator, Erastus Iikuyu, has warned the community in the Erongo Region to not fall victim to scams by fake...

Three charged for catching half...

7 months ago - 16 March 2018 | Crime

Erwin Leuschner The clamp-down on ski-boat fishermen not keeping to the rules and overfishing cob continues: three persons were arrested on Sunday afternoon after...

CCTV cameras to be tested...

8 months ago - 09 February 2018 | Crime

Otis Finck The Lagoon Neighbourhood Watch (LNW) group intends to have two Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras up and running within the next...

Human trafficking under the microscope

8 months ago - 09 February 2018 | Crime

A training workshop on ­human trafficking began in Swakopmund on Monday.Speaking at the opening of the five-day workshop, International Organisation of Migration (IOM) Namibia's officer...

Many drunk drivers arrested during...

9 months ago - 05 January 2018 | Crime

Jessica BotesSpecial operations by members of the Namibian police during the festive season, led to the arrest of 62 people who were driving under the...

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