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WALVIS BAY - The government does not have the interests of workers at heart, hence unionists should become bigger players to safeguard the future of the country and the public, says the Secretary General of the Trade Union Congress of Namibia (Tucna), Mahongora Kavihuha. WALVIS BAY - The rape and child trafficking case of the Russian marine pilot, Alexander Krylov (57), and his co-accused Anna Katrina Engelbrecht (27), has now been transferred to the High Court in Windhoek by the Prosecutor General. SWAKOPMUND - The new Insolvency Bill, for which consultations are currently underway, will encourage Namibians not to be scared to take risks when it comes to business opportunities and to make use of all available legal instruments to protect their livelihoods. SWAKOPMUND - Swakopmund resident Sam Imene says more intensive safety training should be made mandatory for all people working at mines – including employees of sub-contractors. SWAKOPMUND - Minister of Justice Sacky Shanghala says there is a need for the Law Reform and Development Commission (LRDC) to also include cross-border insolvency when formalising the Insolvency Bill that will eventually replace the Insolvency Act of 1936. SWAKOPMUND - Swakopmund resident Sam Imene says more intensive safety training should be made mandatory for all people working at mines – including employees of sub-contractors. SWAKOPMUND - A key witness of the Jandre Dippenaar defence team is currently being investigated by the Namibian Police in Erongo after a case of assault by threatening was lodged against the said witness by state witness Johan Joubert. SWAKOPMUND - A skewed and inequitable salary structure and the unwillingness of the Swakopmund municipality and council to address the matter has resulted in a peaceful protest during lunch time yesterday in Swakopmund. SWAKOPMUND - Rio Tinto’s decision to sell its stake in Rössing to China National Uranium Corporation (CNUC) mitigates further job losses in the mining sector as the strategic mine was set to cease operations within the next seven years. SWAKOPMUND - Senior legal officials from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) are currently discussing the implementation of legal instruments that are part of the protocols on Extradition and on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters. SWAKOPMUND - QKR Cooperation Limited has appointed George Botshiwe as the new Managing Director of the QKR Namibia Navachab Gold Mine, effective as of November 01, 2018. Botshiwe replaces Johan Coetzee who served as the managing director of the mine for the past five years. WALVIS BAY - The CEO of the Namibia Ports Authority, Bisey /Uirab, has encouraged Namibian youth to take up a keen interest and explore the ocean economy as a means of job creation and poverty alleviation. SWAKOPMUND - The two suspects arrested in connection with a record cocaine haul with a street value of N$206 million, will have to remain in custody until 30 May next year. SWAKOPMUND - The newly appointed CEO of the Swakopmund Municipality, Archie Benjamin, has pledged his dedication and commitment to fulfil the Swakopmund Council’s vision. SWAKOPMUND - A two-year-old boy and a 30-year-old woman became the first casualties of road accidents in Erongo Region as the region readies itself for the busy festive season when carnage is usually rife. WALVIS BAY - Government’s commitment and effort to attract foreign direct investment was reaffirmed yesterday when President Hage Geingob took the first locally assembled Peugeot 5008 on a test drive. SWAKOPMUND -Visiting the coast does not only mean partying up a storm or visiting the beach as the whole coastal offers other forms of fun that is educative and thrilling recreational activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family. WALVIS BAY - A safe holiday is the best holiday and it is extremely important that residents and visitors to the coast stay within the law and out of trouble while at the coast. SWAKOPMUND - Expectations are high this festive season with tourism and the hospitality industry expecting once again to capitalise on both local and international tourists. WALVIS BAY - Several parents at Walvis Bay who wanted to enrol their children for Grade 1 yesterday had to be shown the door as all government schools are filled to the rafters – while 780 first graders are already on the waiting list for placement.