A prison term of 45-years served as the sternest warning to would-be rapists since independence, which resulted in a man who raped his nieces on two different occasions finally being brought to justice.
YOUR copy of Informanté may be worth N$10 000 in a unique weekly competition to be run through the news columns over the next few months.
An eland caught the first bullet this past weekend, as a precursor to soaring tensions mounting in the Tsumkwe West N≠a Jaqna Conservancy area, where hundreds of farmers from the Oshikoto, Ohangwena,...
The controversial Buffalo’s pub in Gobabis was in the process to be closed down and after a fight that led to the hospitalisation of a businessman, Levi Katire, might be the straw that broke the camels...
The Otozondjupa Police has confirmed the presence of vast numbers of cattle and new permanent human settlements in the protected area of the N≠a Jaqna Conservancy in Tsumkwe West, threatening the...
Willem Abraham, a 60-year-old resident of Rehoboth, lost his eyesight seven years ago due to a wood splinter while chopping firewood.
Hashovali Mwatihanye, who died in the Oshakati Intermediate Hospital last month, was found with a birth certificate of another deceased person that he has been using as his own.
The Windhoek Magistrates Court will today pronounce itself in a case involving four Windhoek Gymnasium teachers accused of inflicting corporal punishment on a former pupil three years ago.
Chemistry and attraction is what you get when you put together a beautiful radio personality and model, with a sexy dancer under the same roof.
THE fight regarding the new Meatco ownership between the corporation and Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry minister, John Mutorwa, is far from over and on a collision course as far as the nomination...
|Chinese giant loses grip on N$3 billion port tender|
|Written by Floris Steenkamp|
|Wednesday, 25 July 2012 22:02|
A port expansion plan for the port of Walvis Bay worth an estimated N$3 billion has now been postponed indefinitely, following a decision by the Namibia Ports Authority this week to cancel the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) phase of the project.
This cancellation of the contract directly affects the China Harbour and Engineering Company (CHEC), which was the only company out of eight contenders shortlisted to tender for the port expansion project.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 July 2012 22:04|