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SWAKOPMUND - An elderly female resident of Swakopmund, who is believed to have suffered from depression, allegedly committed suicide on Saturday morning at her family home. SWAKOPMUND - Namport CEO Bisey /Uirab says government and the institution is currently exploring the possibility of a Public Private Partnership (PPP) to maximise benefits for the Port of Walvis Bay, as the new container terminal is expected to be completed within the next two months. SWAKOPMUND - The daring, daylight escape from the Swakopmund police station holding cells of four dangerous suspects accused of murder has resulted in a nationwide manhunt for the fugitives by the Namibian police. WalvisBay – Muhakuli gomosipangero sepangero moKeetmnshoop noupenda kazire momvhura zina kuroka zonene noruhanzo, mankumpi gomanene negano eli kakerev nalyo asi gahepa kukapopera mukake ogu gomakwedi 11 vamurete kosipangero sepangero moKeetmanshoop omu kakere asi ana pumbwa uhaku pangenderera momapeu kagapwelireko. WALVIS BAY - The Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources says samples collected from hundreds of dead penguins tested by the Central Veterinary Laboratory tested positive for Avian Influenza H5N8, a type of bird flu. WALVIS BAY - Right holders, who have had rights for up to 20 years, have a tough battle ahead as they have to account for what they have invested in the fishing sector, says Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources Bernhard Esau. WALVIS BAY - What was meant to be a well organised and befitting send-off for the late Topnaar chief, Seth Madawa Kooitjie, was turned into a ranting platform by the Ovaherero Traditional Authority chief, Vekuii Rukoro, against the government with regard to the artefacts of the late captain, Hendrik Witbooi. WALVIS BAY - The Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Bernhard Esau, says Namibia’s fish stocks are healthy and are being sustainably managed. WALVIS BAY - A bidding proposal by four fishing companies who formed a consortium and are now trying to sell 12 357 metric tonnes of horse mackerel to the highest bidder to the tune of up to N$43 million has sent tongues wagging in the local industry. WALVIS BAY - The four fishing companies that formed a consortium to try and sell their horse mackerel quota has cancelled their bidding process following a strongly-worded letter by Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources Bernhard Esau last week. SWAKOPMUND - Henties Bay resident Gerson Gawiseb (29), accused of viciously assaulting and robbing an elderly woman at the holiday coastal town, was denied bail. SWAKOPMUND - A Swakopmund woman was arrested over the weekend for allegedly manufacturing cannabis oil and being found in possession of at least 71 weed plants.