Daily Archives: June 3, 2020

Woman arrested for driving under the influence at Rehoboth

A 28-year-old woman was on Wednesday arrested for drunken and negligent driving after she drove into a truck at the Banhoff Station/B1 national road intersection near Rehoboth. Namibian Police Force Crime Investigations Coordinator for Hardap, Deputy Commissioner Eric Clay said

Windhoek Magistrate on Wednesday granted the State another chance to allow the police to complete their investigations in the case Fishrot corruption scandal

Windhoek Magistrate Ingrid Unengu on Wednesday granted the State another chance to allow the police to complete their investigations in the case of 10 men arrested in connection with the Fishrot corruption scandal. On 29 May 2020, Deputy Prosecutor-General Ed

Delegation comprising seven officials from the Karibib Town Council and representatives of the town’s informal settlements paid a visit to the Gobabis Municipality yesterday

A delegation comprising seven officials from the Karibib Town Council and representatives of the town’s informal settlements paid a visit to the Gobabis Municipality yesterday for a study on up-scaling informal settlement upgrading. The purpose of the one-day visit was

No bail for Fishrot accused Ricardo Gustavo

Ricardo Gustavo, the former client director at Investec Management Namibia and one of the 10 arrested in connection with the Fishrot corruption scandal, was on Wednesday refused (denied) bail. The 43-year-old Gustavo was denied bail in a judgement handed down

New National Disability Council board inaugurated

Minister of Gender Equality, Poverty Eradication and Social Welfare, Doreen Sioka, on Wednesday inaugurated new members who will serve on the National Disability Council board for three years effective from 01 June 2020. The inauguration took place at the After

Karibib Town Council delegation makes learning visit to Gobabis

A delegation of about seven officials from the Karibib Town Council together with inhabitants of Karibib informal settlements visited Gobabis Municipality on Tuesday for a study on up-scaling informal settlement upgrading. The purpose of the one day visit was to

Nghipunya appears in court on culpable homicide charge

The suspended chief executive officer of the National Fishing Corporation (Fishcor) Mike Nghipunya on Wednesday made a first appearance in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court on a charge of culpable homicide. Nghipunya is also facing charges of reckless and negligent driving

State grants further postponement in Fishrot case

The Windhoek Magistrate has on Wednesday granted the prosecuting authority (State) another chance to allow the police investigating team to complete their investigations in the case of 10 men arrested in connection with the Fishrot corruption scandal. On Friday last