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SWAKOPMUND – Mwana naha China yana tamilwe kakukulubelwa kuli nabata kuleka mubeleki wakatengo katolopo kweta, kakumufa N$200 kuli asike amufa mulatu wamafosisa ahae, nalukuluzwi viki yefelile kasamulaho akulifa mali alikana N$10 SWAKOPMUND - The new container terminal constructed at a cost of N$4 billion at Walvis Bay will be commissioned within three months. Namport upon inquiry yesterday told New Era the new container terminal is currently 96 percent complete with only the final touches being added to the mega project. WALVIS BAY - The #Khaxab Royal house of Chief Samuel #Khaxab says the Topnaar chieftaincy rightfully belongs to the #Khaxab and it should be restored as such by appointing him as the rightful person to take over from the late Chief Seth Kooitjie. SWAKOPMUND - Namibian Institute of Mining and Technology (Nimt) employee Ernst Lichtenstrasser who has been in police custody for almost three weeks, was finally charged yesterday with the murders. SWAKOPMUND - A German company, Blueplanet Investment, will tackle Hepatitis E through a pilot project that will be launched in the Democratic Resettlement Community (DRC) in Swakopmund, with environmentally friendly products they produce in Frankfurt. SWAKOPMUND - Governor of the Erongo Region Cleophas Mutjavikua and several councillors in the region have appealed to government to avail farms belonging to the Namibian Defence Force (NDF) for resettlement purposes. SWAKOPMUND - Four Walvis Bay residents, Logan Pretorius, his fiancé, Sandra Riobo, Ashley Januarie and Curven Vries were on Friday found guilty on a charge of kidnapping and assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm. WALVIS BAY - Swapo vice-president Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah has reiterated the ruling party’s position that members aspiring to stand as independent candidates in elections must first quit the party. SWAKOPMUND - The Erongo Regional Council distributed 12 936 bags of maize meal from November 2018 until the end of March 2019 to farmers and households in Karibib and Daures constituencies. SWAKOPMUND - Karibib and Swakopmund have been identified as the two towns for the establishment of the food bank for Erongo Region. SWAKOPMUND - A Walvis Bay father says Namibian men are at the receiving end when it comes to their children’s custody. WALVIS BAY - A tanker vessel will have be pay up for last weekend’s oil spill that occurred in the port of Walvis Bay. It will also have to fork out for the clean-up of another oil spill that was detected at Longbeach Extension 1, north of Walvis Bay that was traced back to their vessel. WALVIS BAY - The decision by the Namibia Ports Authority (Namport) to dismiss 86 employees would affect at least 328 people that directly depend on the dismissed employees, labour experts say. SWAKOPMUND - The concept of sustainable utilisation of marine resources remains key, but the optimal exploitation of the blue ocean economy needs collective collaboration between Namibian and international stakeholders in exploring this untapped gem. SWAKOPMUND - Former Namibian national team goalkeeper, Denzel Bruwer was arrested over the weekend in connection with housebreaking with the intent to steal and was denied bail during his first court appearance in the Swakopmund Magistrate’s Court. SWAKOPMUND - Desert and coastal agricultural researcher at the University of Namibia (Unam)’s Henties Bay campus Allan Mupambwa says that hydroponic could play a key role both in large scale gardening as well as urban gardening at the coast. SWAKOPMUND - The High Court of Namibia has dismissed the labour appeal of former Usakos CEO Gruzi Goseb’s against an arbitration ruling in which he lost a labour case against the Usakos Town Council 2018. WALVIS BAY – A handful of residents from Walvis Bay and Swakopmund yesterday took to the streets to voice their opinion against any plans to legalise marijuana in the country. SWAKOPMUND – Rio Tinto will accelerate the closure of its Rössing Uranium mine to June 2020 if the N$1.5 billion sale of the mine to China National Uranium Corporation (CNUC) is not approved by the Namibia Competition Commission (NaCC). The mine has about 1000 employees and a lifespan stretching to 2025. WALVIS BAY - About 600 first graders at Walvis Bay might not be going to school in 2020 due to classroom shortage unless extra classrooms are constructed at the coastal town.