• September 22nd, 2020

POSTS BY Eveline de Klerk

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Men survive vicious leopard attack

Three men from Usakos in the Erongo region survived a vicious attack by a leopard on Monday and are currently being treated at a local hospital after sustaining injuries during the terrifying encounter. 


Service station robbers on the run

The Namibian police in Erongo are appealing to the public to assist them in tracing unknown suspects who carried out a robbery at the Puma Service Station in Kuisebmond yesterday morning. The robbers got away with N$77 000. 


Fishcor, Seaflower in messy divorce

WALVIS BAY – A war of words has erupted between the interim board of the National Fishing Corporation of Namibia (Fishcor) and its Walvis Bay-based Seaflower Pelagic Processing (SPP) over the controversial partnership, which also resulted in a recent court challenge. 


Covid-19: Seek medical care early

​​​​​​​WALVIS BAY - Some Namibians are compromising their chances of surviving Covid-19 by seeking medical assistance at the last minute, while they barely can breathe.


Walvis isolation facilities not comparable - health

WALVIS BAY - A Covid-19 isolation facility constructed by government at the Walvis Bay state hospital and one erected by a local private hospital are not comparable, health ministry executive director Ben Nangombe said on Friday. 


Family ordered to vacate council property

WALVIS BAY – A young woman from the Topnaar community finds herself in a precarious predicament after she was served with a notice to vacate a rental property that belongs to the Walvis Bay municipality and which has been occupied by her family since 1986.


Welwitschia adds 40-bed isolation facility

WALVIS BAY - The Welwitschia private hospital, which has been at the forefront of fighting Covid-19 in Walvis Bay, has completed a 40-bed isolation facility to cater to more patients that are positive.