WALVIS BAY - Unionists representing unemployed seamen have welcomed government’s intervention to help secure them jobs within the fishing industry, but they are demanding the commitment to be put in writing.
WALVIS BAY - Government will negotiate with the fishing industry in an effort to secure work for fishermen who lost their jobs during the 2015 illegal strike as well as those who were laid off after Namsov’s quota was slashed.
WALVIS BAY - Hundreds of people, wearing mostly T-shirts bearing the Namibian flag, rallied yesterday in Walvis Bay to demonstrate against corruption in light of the unfolding ‘Fishrot’ scandal that has implicated former ministers and businesspeople.
ARANDIS – Old voter cards, low youth turnout and elderly people dominated voting in the Erongo Region yesterday where thousands turned up to cast their vote in the much anticipated Presidential and National Assembly elections.
WALVIS BAY - Two vessel captains, of whom one is manning the Heinaste vessel that is currently embroiled in a legal battle over its ownership, appeared last week in the Walvis Bay Magistrate’s Court for allegedly fishing illegally in Namibian waters.
SWAKOPMUND - Some fishing rights applicants and industry players are concerned the process of evaluating over 5 000 applications may be compromised by the FishRot scandal, which has implicated two former cabinet ministers and their close associates.
!GOMENǁGAMS – ǁNāti ī ǁhawos sa ǂhunuma omsa hōbasens dis ge ama kaisa xu !nū tama hâ, ǁnā khoen hîa ǀhûǁarebese omna hōbasens di !nans (shack dwellers federation) !nâ ǁani hân hîa Narravilles tsî