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Insolvency regulations to be reviewed

1 week ago - 02 December 2019 | Justice

Swakopmund • [email protected] Public policymakers, private legal practitioners and judicial officers from the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) gathered to discuss and share information on legal reforms taking place within the insolvency sector across...

Jail sentence for intoxicated driver

9 months ago - 11 February 2019 | Justice

Otis Finck - Elizabeth Cronje (47) was found guilty and sentenced to 15 months imprisonment for driving under the influence of alcohol on Monday. Magistrate Vicky Nicolaidis also fined Cronje who appeared in the magistrate’s...

LED light campaigners finally see the light

1 year - 26 November 2018 | Justice

Otis Finck - Walvis Bay traffic chief Eben Platt called on motorists to read between the lines with regard to a recent newspaper headline implying that LED lamps are legal. ...

Rape case: father pleads for bail

1 year - 17 September 2018 | Justice

Otis Finck A court case involving a man (46) accused of repeatedly raping his 11-year-old daughter was postponed for the continuation of his bail application to 20 September. The victim reported that her father raped...

Twist in indecent assault case

1 year - 17 September 2018 | Justice

Otis FinckThe indecent assault case against Leroy Henry Kruger, a Swakopmund-based estate agent, was postponed to 19 November for plea and trial. Magistrate John Sindano revoked the arrest warrant issued against Kruger. Sindano further ordered...

Violent killer found guilty in high court

1 year - 10 September 2018 | Justice

A Walvis Bay resident who committed a string of violent acts against three women in 2013 was found guilty in the Windhoek high court. The...

Local businessman accused of indecent assault

1 year - 03 September 2018 | Justice

Otis FinckA warrant of arrest was issued for an estate agent from Swakopmund who is accused of indecent assault.Magistrate John Sindano issued the warrant on...

Seven years in prison for murder of newborn

1 year - 15 June 2018 | Justice

Erwin LeuschnerA 28-year-old woman was recently sentenced to ten years in prison after she was convicted of having brutally murdered her newborn baby in Walvis...

Supplier takes TransNamib to court

1 year - 15 December 2017 | Justice

Otis FinckRodney Hanganda submitted an urgent application at the high court to force TransNamib Holdings to pay approximately half a million dollars due to his...

Mbemukenga remains in custody

2 years ago - 17 November 2017 | Justice

Adolf KaureThe man who confessed to murdering 78-year-old Manfred Hartmann in Swakopmund, will remain in custody until his next appearance in court next year.Unaro Mbemukenga...

Dippenaar trial to resume next week

2 years ago - 17 November 2017 | Justice

Jessica BotesThe trial of Jandré Dippenaar is set to resume in the Swakopmund Regional Court this week and is expected to proceed until the end...

Seas’ case transferred to high court

2 years ago - 10 November 2017 | Justice

Adolf KaureThe case of the woman who is accused of murdering her three-year-old daughter in the vicinity of Mile 108 in September last year has...

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Dippenaar murder trial resumes

2 years ago - 13 July 2017 | Justice

Jessica BotesHarrowing details of an accident which claimed the lives of six people in December 2014 emerged in the Swakopmund regional court yesterday as one...

Möller murder accused plead not...

2 years ago - 22 June 2017 | Justice

Leandrea Louw The men accused of murdering Hans Jorg Möller in June last year, pleaded not guilty on various charges including murder, attempted murder...

Landless in court

2 years ago - 01 June 2017 | Justice

Leandrea Louw The Walvis Bay municipality lodged an ex parte court application against the most recent land grabbers. The application was heard and dismissed on...

Road tender dispute dismissed

2 years ago - 15 December 2016 | Justice

Jessica BotesThe case lodged with the High Court against the successful tenderer for the construction of the freeway between Swakopmund and Walvis Bay had been...

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