Daily Archives: June 7, 2017

N$700 000 heist suspect granted bail

The Katutura magistrate's court yesterday granted one of the six suspects in the robbery of N$700,000 from a Puma Service Station in Katutura bail.

Magistrate Antonious Shapumba granted Jafet Ekandjo …

Lack of funds hampers transport masterplan

Amidst financial constraints, the City of Windhoek is struggling to implement its master plan for Sustainable Urban Public Transport (SUPT).

Head of bus administration Johanna Shikukutu said the majority of …

Murder accused’s fate in PG’s hands

The Prosecutor-General is set to decide the future of two men accused of murder.

Eighteen-year-old Faizel Jason Minnies and Quinton Cloete, 21, took the stand in Katutura Magistrate's Court yesterday …

US withdrawal a cruel blow

United States president Donald Trump's controversial decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement has caused anger and anxiety across the globe, and Namibia feels this move will negatively affect …

Necessity of acting judges explained

With the recent multiple appointments of acting judges to the High Court of Namibia, New Era decided to look into why Namibia need acting judges to carry out the mandate …

Confession admitted in Kazeurua murder trial

Judge Alfred Siboleka has admitted a confession made by Matheu Kakurume (30) to a magistrate at Gobabis, after his arrest for the gruesome murder of renowned stock theft investigator Hiambepo …

Schools netball comes of age

The opening matches in this year's FNB secondary schools Netball Classic Clashes brought great excitement to players, fans and parents alike when St Joseph's High School (DAlbra) defeated Eldorado Secondary …

Silver for DHPS at International competition

Berlin, Germany-The Deutsche HAlhere Privatschule Windhoek (DHPS) under the shrewd leadership of the Inclusion team, walked away with a certificate for the second prize in the inclusion competition amongst German …