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1 day - 15 October 2018 | Local News

In this week’s edition of Windhoek Express, we report on plans surrounding the development of a new industrial township that includes a hospital.WE was in Rehoboth this week, where plans for a demonstration about the...

Fishing conscientiously

1 day - 15 October 2018 | Local News

ont face="Times" >Otis Finck - A group of 48 fisheries observers, inspectors and ship captains attended a responsible fisheries course in Walvis Bay. The course, also known as “the ecosystem approach to fisheries”, tackles...

Matutura plots for sale

1 week ago - 08 October 2018 | Local News

Adolf KaureA closed bid sale will be scheduled for the sale of 89 single residential erven in the Matutura Extension 2 and five erven available for the Matutura Extension 35, the Swakopmund town council announced...

Newspaper vendors to be registered

1 week ago - 08 October 2018 | Local News

Adolf KaureThe Swakopmund town council has allowed registered newspaper vendors to sell newspapers on street corners throughout Swakopmund.According to the town council’s recent monthly agenda, all newspaper vendors will need to register with the health...

Council partners with MSR

1 week ago - 08 October 2018 | Local News

Adolf KaureThe Swakopmund town council has recently entered into a memorandum of understanding with Men on the Side of the Road (MSR) to facilitate the implementation of training and exchange programmes targeting local youth and...

Equestrian park on the cards

1 week ago - 08 October 2018 | Local News

Otis Finck Samate Investments intends to attract international competitions to Namibia through establishing an equestrian facility in Walvis Bay. The management committee (MC)...

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1 week ago - 08 October 2018 | Local News

In this week’s edition, Windhoek Express reports on how the municipality announced that the provision of erven, housing, electrification, water, sanitation and solar power generation...

Centre for vulnerable children planned

2 weeks ago - 01 October 2018 | Local News

Otis Finck - The construction of a centre for vulnerable children is on hold due to the availability and ownership of land. Promiseland...

Bigger and better expo

2 weeks ago - 01 October 2018 | Local News

Otis Finck - The 12th edition of the Erongo Business and Tourism Expo will once again take place at the Civic Centre in Walvis Bay...

Prepare for holiday influx

2 weeks ago - 01 October 2018 | Local News

Otis Finck - Walvis Bay mayor Immanuel Wilfred called on administrators to start with contingency plans for the December holidays. “We need to do...

Municipal games heading to harbour town

2 weeks ago - 01 October 2018 | Local News

Otis Finck - The management committee (MC) of the Walvis Bay municipality recommended council grant approval to host the 2019 Namibian Local Authorities Sports and...

SADC labour experts seek solutions

2 weeks ago - 01 October 2018 | Local News

Adolf KaureOver 30 delegates from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) gathered in Swakopmund for the employment and labour sector joint tripartite technical sub-committees meeting...

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2 weeks ago - 01 October 2018 | Local News

In this week’s Windhoek Express, we report on a new recording studio that opened doors for local artists, how increasing attacks on tourists has compelled...

Setback for shack dwellers

3 weeks ago - 24 September 2018 | Local News

Otis Finck - Members of the Shack Dwellers Federation of Narraville (SDFN) should consider handing the land they received for the construction of 68 low...

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3 weeks ago - 24 September 2018 | Local News

Traffic in the southern suburbs of the capital has been heavily congested since the recent closure of the access road leading to Prosperita off the...

Accolade for local industry player...

4 weeks ago - 17 September 2018 | Local News

Otis FinckAlan Louw (84) became the first recipient of the Namport CEO award. Louw received the award from Namport CEO Bisey /Uirab at the 24th...

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4 weeks ago - 17 September 2018 | Local News

The developers of the Elisenheim estate on the outskirts of the capital have sued the Windhoek City Council for alleged breach of contract, saying they...

Waterfront harbour risky for ski-boats

1 month - 10 September 2018 | Local News

Jessica BotesThe Swakopmund town council will take up the challenges experienced at the waterfront small craft harbour and boat launch with the developer of the...

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