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SWAKOPMUND - The Namibian Police in Erongo Region have issued a stern warning to motorists and tourists not to stop for any vehicles that appears to have run out of fuel or experience mechanical problems along deserted coastal roads as criminals use these tricks SWAKOPMUND - The Council of Traditional Leaders wants the government to make an example of Hennie Seibeb who recently uttered vulgar and distasteful statements against President Hage Geingob and First Lady Monica Geingos. SWAKOPMUND - State witness Johan Joubert says there is no way that Walter Helmut Joschko, the German national could have avoided the horrific car accident of 29 December 2014, in which he and five others died between Henties Bay and Swakopmund. SWAKOPMUND - A judicial record was set by the Walvis Bay Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday that prosecuted and convicted Lukas Shoombe, 28, for robbing a British tourist of two cameras worth N$9 500 on Tuesday and jailed him for a year. SWAKOPMUND – Erongo governor Cleophas Mutjavikua says the radical youth should expend their energy towards invention and innovation instead of spending valuable time criticising the government. SWAKOPMUND - Rössing Uranium Limited, one of the oldest uranium mines in the world has appointed Richard Storrie as the new Managing Director. SWAKOPMUND - The Swakopmund International Trade Expo (Swaitex) has experienced a decline of 30 percent in exhibitors this year. SWAKOPMUND - The trial of Jandre Dippenaar, who is accused of murder in the aftermath of a fatal car crash in December 2014, was postponed to 18 November for a second expert witness to testify. SWAKOPMUND - The Minister of Works and Transport, John Mutorwa, yesterday reinstated the former deputy board chairperson of the Namibia Airports Company (NAC), Beverly Gawanas-Vugs, to the board. WALVIS BAY - Walvis Bay municipal councillor Simson Nghilumbwa faces possible suspension from council to allow for a smooth investigation into allegations of abuse of a credit card that cost the council N$83 000. WALVIS BAY - Walvis Bay’s Swapo municipal councillor Simson Nghilumbwa, who is also chairperson of council’s management committee, has been placed on a 30-day suspension to pave way for an investigation into his alleged abuse of his official municipal credit card to the tune of N$83 000 in five months. WALVIS BAY - The stern, no-nonsense approach embraced by the magistrates’ courts in Erongo Region has set the tone for swift convictions of criminals, particularly those targeting tourists.