WINDHOEK – Windhoek High Court Judge Christi Liebenberg on Monday reserved his judgement in the murder trial of Rhyno Richardo du Preez, 36, and his co-accused and former lover Rachel Elizabeth
WINDHOEK - Windhoek High Court Judge Christi Liebenberg yesterday sentenced Lukas Nepela Nikodemus, 49, whom he convicted on two murder counts and one count of defeating or obstructing the course of justice, to two life imprisonment sentences and eight years.
WINDOKO – Yanali mubeleki mwakatengo ka Global Fund ili yanyazwa kamulatu wakukunupa folomani wahae nikuholofaza yana beleka niyena nabonahalile fapila muatuli Christi Liebenberg viki yefelile. Simataa
WINDHOEK - Refugee Commissioner Likius Valombola, 54, made a routine pre-trial appearance in the Windhoek High Court yesterday on a charge of murder for the death of former Namibia National Student Organisation (Nanso) executive, 27-year-old Helao Kapembe Ndjaba.
WINDHOEK - The murder and robbery trial of the five men accused of breaking into the residence of Walvis Bay businessman Hans-Jorg Möller and shooting him when he came to the defense of his wife and children, is set to start in the Windhoek High Court today.
WINDHOEK - The man who admitted to have accidentally shot and killed elderly farmer Willem Cornelius de Klerk, 71, last week took to the witness stand to testify in his own defense.
WINDHOEK – One of the accused in the murder and housebreaking trial of three farmworkers accused of murdering their employer and looting his residence testified yesterday that he was threatened by his co-accused to take part in the theft for which he is on trial.
WINDHOEK – Hendrick Uirab, a resident from Mariental yesterday pleaded guilty to a charge of murder read with the provisions of the Domestic Violence Act before Windhoek High Court Judge Dinnah Usiku at the High Court situated at the Windhoek Correctional facility.
WINDHOEK – A 31-year-old man who was only employed for about two weeks by an elderly, white farmer near Outjo and then allegedly killed and robbed his employer, pleaded not guilty to all the charges that he faces in the Windhoek High Court before Acting Judge Orben Sibeya.
WINDHOEK - Coastal estate agent Erwin Sprangers, 58, and his wife Lorinda Sprangers, yesterday pleaded not guilty to a charge of fraud and five charges of theft by conversion, alternatively theft, before