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United Fishermen unhappy with NBC

5 days ago - 18 May 2018 | Local News

Adolf Kaure - A group of over 150 fishermen, known as United Fishermen, held a peaceful demonstration outside the office of the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) on Tuesday and demanded media coverage.The fishermen held placards...

Walvis Bay raises most at spray-a-thon

5 days ago - 18 May 2018 | Local News

The Cancer Association of Namibia (CAN) raised over N$300 000 during a nationwide spray-a-thon cancer awareness campaign in support of children who are fighting cancer. According to CAN, the Walvis Bay CAN voluntary branch brought...

Lack of compliance to PPE legislation

5 days ago - 18 May 2018 | Local News

The Namibia Uranium Institute (NUI) held a seminar focusing on improved safety through­ ­innovation at its head office on Tuesday.The half-day seminar, which was presented by DuPont covered­ new product developments, market­ trends, advancements in...

Local pool club extends helping hand

5 days ago - 18 May 2018 | Local News

The mayor of Walvis Bay, Immanuel Wilfred, visited the Op en Wakker senior citizens club in Narra­ville last week after the Desert Inn Pool Club approached the mayor's office for assistance in revamping the club's...

Another desalination plant on the cards

5 days ago - 18 May 2018 | Local News

Adolf Kaure - The governor of the Erongo region, Cleophas Mutjavikua, outlined several projects which will be done under the Erongo Developmental Agency (EDA) when he recently delivered the state of the region address (SORA)...

Top estate agents acknowledged

5 days ago - 18 May 2018 | Local News

FNB Namibia recently awarded coastal estate agents at an annual gala dinner held in Swakopmund. Johan van der Westhuizen, FNB executive officer business, expressed...

National cleanup campaign drawing closer

5 days ago - 18 May 2018 | Local News

Otis Finck - Keeping the environment clean cannot be accentuated enough and is a continuous battle for Swakopmund. The municipality says it is...

New street names proposed

5 days ago - 18 May 2018 | Local News

Otis Finck - The Suburb and Street Naming Committee (SSNC) tabled a report with considerations and recommendations that was drawn up during a meeting on...

Lions roar

5 days ago - 18 May 2018 | Local News

The Lions is a service organisation that renders assistance where needed in local communities. This is only possible with the support of the...

WE REGIONAL NEWS

5 days ago - 18 May 2018 | Local News

In this week’s edition, Windhoek Express reports on a number of vacancies advertised by the Rehoboth Town Council following the suspension of councillors earlier this...

Dramatic sea rescue at Mile 8

1 week ago - 11 May 2018 | Local News

Erwin Leuschner - Six people, three grownups and three teenagers, had to be rescued from a capsized ski boat on Tuesday. The boat Ajay...

Job creation prioritised at SORA

1 week ago - 11 May 2018 | Local News

Adolf Kaure - The state of the region address (SORA) was delivered by the governor of the Erongo region, Cleophas Mutjavikua, at the Mondesa Multi-Purpose...

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CCTV network discussed

1 week ago - 11 May 2018 | Local News

Adolf Kaure - The introduction of the closed camera television (CCTV) network in Swakopmund was discussed at the latest police public relations committee (PPRC) monthly...

Moms chasing deadlines

1 week ago - 11 May 2018 | Local News

Journalists are often incorrectly made out to be heartless people always ready to broadcast someone's misery to the whole world. With Mother's Day around the...

WE REGIONAL NEWS

1 week ago - 11 May 2018 | Local News

In this week's edition, Windhoek Express reports on the City of Windhoek’s recent approval for the development of Rocky Crest Ext. 5 and 7, although...

Floating home heading for Walvis...

1 week ago - 11 May 2018 | Local News

The World, billed as a private yacht and luxury vacation home in one, will visit Walvis Bay on 1 June. The vessel is known as...

Namport facts and figures

1 week ago - 11 May 2018 | Local News

Despite the challenging operating environment, the Namibian Port Authority (Namport) Group's revenue increased by 3 percent to N$1.248 million. Namport, together with its three...

Water is life

2 weeks ago - 03 May 2018 | Local News

Otis Finck - Walvis Bay could become the first town in post independent Namibia to implement Direct Potable Reuse (DPR) to augment the current water...

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