2021-01-07Eveline de Klerk WALVIS BAY – The festive season was relatively peaceful in the Erongo region, with no major crime incidents reported to police, said regional community affairs commander, Inspector Ileni Shapumba. View more
2021-01-06Eveline de Klerk WALVIS BAY – The Namibia Institute of Mining and Technology is set to lose some of its movable assets after the institution failed to honour an N$812 400 settlement order granted to one of its employees who was unfairly dismissed in September 2019. View more
2020-12-18Eveline de Klerk Walvis-based fishing company Tunacor yesterday formalised an agreement in which it will spend at least N$1.6 million a month for the next four months to pay monthly salaries to over 600 former employees of Seaflower Pelagic Processing (SPP) in exchange for a 4 000-metric ton quota from the state-owned National Fishing Corporation of Namibia (Fishcor). View more
2020-12-11Eveline de Klerk WALVIS BAY – The Anti-Corruption Commission says its current investigation into the alleged corruption and lack of transparency in the mass urban land servicing project, as well as the reportedly unaccounted N$24 million at the Walvis Bay municipality, is not compromised. View more
2020-12-09Eveline de Klerk WALVIS BAY – Seaflower Pelagic Processing (SPP) majority owner Adrian Louw says he does not regret investing in Namibia despite an unceremonious fallout with government-owned National Fishing Corporation of Namibia (Fishcor) resulting in potential losses of N$100 million. View more
2020-12-04Eveline de Klerk WALVIS BAY – The newly elected Walvis Bay council yesterday postponed the sale of about 200 erven indefinitely in order to scrutinise what they termed a “flawed” procedure. View more
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