• 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. 

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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. 

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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. 

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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.

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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. 

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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.

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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.