A massive land invasion is allegedly underway at the N≠a Jaqna Conservancy in Tsumkwe West where members of the !Kung community of San people are left cut off from every opportunity to make a living by settling Oshiwambo farmers who reportedly fence off huge 36 square kilometre tracts of land fo...
A massive land invasion is allegedly underway at the N≠a Jaqna Conservancy in Tsumkwe West where members of the !Kung community of San people are left cut off from every opportunity to make a living...
A pill regularly prescribed to alleviate the side effect of certain medicines on the stomach lining is raking in huge profits on the black market and is sold for ten times the price than when obtained...
In the early morning hours of Tuesday 30 homeless people in the capital were forcefully rounded up by City Police officers from the streets.
Despite the development of a School of Medicine in Namibia and the lack of study opportunities in South Africa, Namibia is forced to fork out about N$1 billion to pay the Republic of Cuba to train 750...
The lives of a newborn baby and mother were saved when the mother gave birth outside the Windhoek Central Hospital (WCH) on Tuesday, 14 May.
The Moclair Bed and Breakfast establishment on Tugela Street in Wanaheda, Katutura, is the latest to fall victim to a serial conman.
Less than a day after a front page article appeared in Informanté last Wednesday, dealing with fugitive André Mulder who was wanted by the Walvis Bay police for attempted murder and fraud, information...
|Martin Nangombe abandons Long Beach with piles of debt|
|Written by Floris Steenkamp|
|Thursday, 17 May 2012 10:49|
Coastal businessman Martin Nangombe is reported to have abandoned the Long Beach Restaurant which he rents from the Municipality of Walvis Bay some days ago, leaving behind a mountain of unpaid bills, among others a hefty N$65 000 in rent in arrears he owes the Local Authority.
Nangombe rented the restaurant and kiosk as well as the oyster bar on the jetty at Long Beach for some N$8 000 per month, but could never get the business off the ground properly. Nangombe’s tender for the rental of the complex was renewed by the Municipality’s tender board some years ago, despite the fact that he was in arrears of N$100 000 in rent. His “second chance” also ended in disaster and this at the expense of the Walvis Bay tax payer.