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WALVIS BAY - President of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta says Africa will only succeed in propelling Intra-African cooperation if they collectively address issues such as corruption and illegal fishing. WALVIS BAY – The President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, says African countries must take stricter measures to fight the exploitation of their natural resources so that they can benefit people on a larger scale. SWAKOPMUND – A delegation from the City of Atlanta in the USA is in the country to explore investment opportunities in the areas of sea and air transport as well as tourism. WALVIS BAY - Residents of the Twaloloka informal settlement in Walvis Bay are unhappy that they have to share four bucket mobile toilets among 2000 residents in the area. WALVIS BAY - The port of Congo-Brazzaville, Porte Noire and Namport are expected to sign a memorandum of understanding to promote trade and share expertise, as well as promote intra-regional trade in Africa. WALVIS BAY - The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) says the report represented by Rainer Ritter of the Economic Association of Namibia (EAN) on the state of Namport is ‘slanderous.’ SWAKOPMUND - A Walvis Bay resident arrested for the alleged statutory rape of a 15-year-old girl was ordered on Monday when he was granted bail of N$3 000, not to come in contact with the minor or commit a similar act. SWAKOPMUND - A government driver attached to the Office of the President was arrested early Friday morning in Swakopmund for drunk-driving, reckless or negligent driving, after he rammed the government vehicle into the wall of the Swakopmund Veterinary Clinic WALVIS BAY - Consumer lobbyist Rob Parker says it is high time the government protects Namibians against inferior imported chicken portions from Brazil - not only in terms of health implications but costs too. SWAKOPMUND - Meat and meat products worth around N$500 000 were reduced to ashes yesterday just before lunchtime when a refrigerated truck broke out in flames about 30 kilometres on the way to Swakopmund. SWAKOPMUND - A Swakopmund resident Timoteus Iipinge (44), learned the hard way after he was sentenced to 12-months imprisonment on Monday for theft-out of a tourist vehicle. SWAKOPMUND – The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) chief executive officer Paulus Noa says some board directors collect sitting fees but fail to carry out their full mandate especially when it comes to the investigation of corruption and other irregularities at their institution. SWAKOPMUND – Swakopmund businessman, Norbert Sadlowski, who has displayed a replica of the Reiterdenkmal at his Alstadt restaurant, is accused of being insensitive towards the suffering of Namibians at the hands of the Germans during the colonial times. WALVIS BAY - The Walvis Bay Municipality says that it currently has about a 100 unoccupied houses in Kuisebmond and Narraville that were built through the affordable housing programme at the town. WALVIS BAY – TransNamib’s road services will come to an end as from June this year to focus more on its core business – moving cargo via rail. SWAKOPMUND- While Namibian oysters remain one of the most sought after culinary treats on the highly-competitive international mariculture markets, local producers are going at great lengths to meet the high demand. SWAKOPMUND - Zambia was the biggest importer and exporter in terms of cargo via the Port of Walvis Bay during the period April 2017 to March 2018. WALVIS BAY – Pilchard catching Walvis Bay-based fishing company, Etosha Fishing Corporation has been forced to retrench 19 of its employees and also to dispose three of their vessels due to poor catches in foreign waters. WALVIS BAY - The Walvis Bay municipal council has allocated N$107 million of its N$314 million capital budget to land development projects for the 2019/2020 financial year. WALVIS BAY- A teary Bisey /Uirab has urged all Namport stakeholders to render the same support he received to the next CEO of Namport.