Daily Archives: September 2, 2014

Woman Murdered At Ubib Reserve

POLICE arrested a 48-year-old man on allegations of beating his lover to death with an unknown object. Karas police deputy commissioner Rudolf Isaak identified the deceased as Katrina Waterboer. Isaak said Waterboer died of internal bleeding after the alleged assault

No Bail for ‘Notorious Struggle Kids’

FIVE ‘struggle kids’, who allegedly entered the Katutura Police Station by force on Friday evening and freed a colleague, have been denied bail. The five – Titus Iita (31), Martin Shikongo (33), Teobard Kahala (32), Toivo Mwatile (29), and John

Ruling Reserved On Stoop Murder Admissions

A RULING that should indicate if the State will be allowed to make use of admissions allegedly made by two of the people accused of robbing and murdering an elderly Windhoek resident in his home five years ago is due

Seibeb Excels in France

Namibian cyclist Costa Seibeb recently excelled abroad when he won the Best Young Rider title at the Tour de Tarentaise in France last week. Riding for the World Cycling Centre team, which is based in Switzerland, Seibeb finished the five-stage

New SA Animal Export Conditions Favourable

THE revised animal export conditions by the South African government have been described as favourable. Acting permanent secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry, Anna Shiweda said yesterday the revised conditions are ‘relatively favourable to our farmers.’ Two

Keetmans Municipal Worker Fights Demotion

KEETMANSHOOP municipal manager Josef Rooi has lodged a case of unfair labour practice with the Office of the Labour Commissioner against his employer, alleging he was “demoted without any just cause”. Rooi is seeking reinstatement to his previous position of

Idle Warriors Worry Mannetti

Ricardo Mannetti is “very worried” about Brave Warriors regulars who continue to see little or no action at club level, which has forced him to call up a host of novices for the next week’s friendly international against Swaziland. Playmaker

Good Rains Predicted for Namibia

SOUTHERN African climate experts expect Namibia to experience a normal to above-normal rainy season from next month to March next year. The current seasonal forecast of regional climate experts is that the approaching rainy season would be normal to wetter