• December 5th, 2019

POSTS BY Maria Amakali

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ACC slams critics over ‘Fishrot’ 

WINDHOEK – No Namibian approached the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) with information on what has now turned into an international fishing bribery scandal, which has resulted in the arrest of local politicians and businessmen. 


‘Fishrot’ lawyers fined for illegal entry

WINDHOEK - South African prominent lawyers who were in the country to represent the ‘Fishrot Six’ were convicted on Friday in Windhoek Magistrate’s Court for entering the country without work permits and ordered to pay a fine of N$10 000 each or consequently 18-months-imprisonment respectively. 

Guard accused of rape, murder set free

WINDHOEK - The Windhoek Magistrate’s Court set free a security guard accused of killing and raping a woman whose corpse was discovered near the University of Namibia’s (Unam) main campus last year.


NDF soldier suffers legal setback

WINDHOEK – The Namibia Defence Force (NDF) soldier accused of fatally shooting a Zimbabwean taxi driver in June suffered a legal setback when the court rejected his application to have the case withdrawn.


Electoral court reserves judgement in EVM case

Windhoek – The electoral court has reserved judgment in an urgent application filed by independent presidential candidate Dr Panduleni Itula against the use of EVMs in next week’s general election without a verifiable trail, among others. Magistrate Uatjo Uanivi will hand down judgement on 25 November after hearing oral arguments from the lawyers representing Itula, ECN and other political parties contesting the elections.  

Muzeko wapulao ushimbululelwa kwa khuta ya sikiliti

WINDOKO – Baana babane babanyazwa mwapulao ya Alex Maluli Mushe mwakweli ya Lungu 2017, baka zekiswa mwakhuta yasikiliti mwa Windoko isaho. Babanyazwa ki Kleopas Malima walilimo ze 24, Kenibirth Ashipala walilimo ze 25, Nande Malima walilimo ze 23, ni Robert Shikongo walilimo ze 25. 

Top NQA executive attempts to kill wife

WINDHOEK - A Namibia Qualification Authority (NQA) top executive is expected to appear in Windhoek Magistrate’s Court today, following an alleged failed attempt to kill his wife in the early hours of Saturday morning. 


Rapist to appear in court on Tuesday

WINDHOEK – A 50-year-old man previously convicted of murder and rape and who confessed to abducting, kidnapping and raping a five-year-old girl in his latest case will make his second appearance in the Katutura Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday.