Monthly Archives: October 2017

Sanya Serenity Coast Successfully Promotes Sanya City at the University of Cape Town

CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Oct. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ —  On October 27th, The 2017-18 Clipper Round the World Yachting Race Sanya Committee representatives went to The University of Cape Town …

Supreme Court puts Tswana squabbles to bed

Windhoek-The Supreme Court has at last hammered the final nail into the long-running squabbles of the Itireleng Village Community over ownership of community assets when three Justices of Appeal dismissed …

Cabinet approves total allowable catches for hake, rock lobster

Windhoek-Cabinet has approved the total allowable catch (TAC) for the upcoming hake and rock lobster fishing season.

According to the Ministry of Fisheries latest statistic of 2015/16, the hake industry …

Mashi Traditional Authority clarifies tribal identity

Choi-The Mashi Traditional Authority, under the leadership of Chief Boniface Tembwe Mayuni, has hit back at critics who suggested that the tribe has no identity of its own or an …

Lab results delay after-party murder case

Windhoek-Almost a year after the gunning down of Sheku Bonifatius Tjihepo at a year-end function at a Windhoek pub last year, lab results are still outstanding.

Tjihepo, 35, died from …

Teenager commits suicide ‘to go rest’

Keetmanshoop-A young man cut his life short after he hanged himself with a rope from a tree at Beespos Post in Keetmanshoop on Saturday, leaving a note saying although life …

Mother in court for son’s murder

Ongwediva-Outraged community members and learners from the Oluno Primary School yesterday staged a demonstration to protest against 31-year-old Kristofina Ngesheya being granted bail.

Ngesheya, accused of killing her 10-year-old son …

Surfers ready for Luderitz Speed Challenge

Luderitz-Some of the world's top-speed windsurfers and kiteboarders recently docked at Luderitz and are preparing to grill each other in one of the world's biggest speed sailing event.

The 2017 …