To contact the author and editorial staff send an email to email@example.com
Posts by Maria Amakali:
A controversial tweet about a cultural event has not just caused a public outcry, but has now ignited a legal tit-for-tat. The duo incarcerated for dealing in cocaine with a street market value of N$206 million have lost their chance to petition the Supreme Court over their conviction. Namibian authorities cannot request for the extradition of Icelandic companies’ executives, alleged to have bribed incarcerated politicians and business people to gain access to Namibia’s fishing quotas, when investigations have not yet been finalised. Heritage Health Medical Aid Fund’s operations will continue after the Windhoek High Court dismissed the application of the Registrar of Medical Aid Funds to wind up the company due to financial troubles. A crypto trading company, CBI Exchange Namibia seeks the help of the High Court to force the Bank of Namibia to release its funds after the bank froze its business account for conducting unauthorised banking services. The ongoing joint training of magistrates and prosecutors on the Prevention of Organised Crime Act, facilitated by the office of the prosecutor general, has ruffled the feathers of lawyers. The Windhoek High Court is yet to set a date when it is available to hear another bail application of incarcerated former judicial officer, Jaco Kennedy. An advertising company is demanding more than N$3.2 million from the Independent Patriots for Change after the party failed to honour their 2020 gentlemen’s agreement. Justice minister Yvonne Dausab’s relative is suing her and other law-enforcement agencies in pursuit of decriminalising sodomy in Namibia. An attempt by the National Training Authority’s board to get the High Court to decide on their behalf if they can make use of the Vocational Education and Training Levy to construct new and expand existing vocational training centres, was dismissed. The Windhoek High Court is currently deliberating on whether the Swapo Party Youth League is liable to pay more than N$14 million for the design and supply of an integrated system by True Media. Phelem Masule, the Anti-Corruption Commission investigator, whose promotion was unceremoniously reversed by Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila in 2020, emerged victorious yesterday in the Windhoek High Court. OK Foods, one of only two food retailers in Lüderitz, is seeking the High Court’s assistance to get its store up and running again after it was shut down by the municipality for failing a health inspection. The decision by the Gobabis municipality to suspend its four managers and two junior employees has been declared unlawful by the Windhoek High Court. A group of businessmen and women, accused of defrauding the Ministry of Finance of N$3.1 billion in revenue, will be tried on 1 676 various criminal charges in the Windhoek High Court. Former judicial officer Walter ‘Rooies’ Mostert will remain in police custody and face trial after his application to put a stop to his continued prosecution was dismissed on Friday by the Windhoek High Court. Convicted rapists Russian national Alexander Krylov and his Namibian counterpart Anna Engelbrecht want the High Court to provide an opportunity for them to petition the Supreme Court over their convictions and sentences. The infamous request by corruption-tainted former fisheries minister Benard Esau for a dual sim card iPhone, as depicted in a 2019 Al Jazeera documentary, is haunting him as he seeks to be released on bail. Former fisheries minister Benard Esau has denied giving orders for funds to be transferred to the Sisa Namandje & Co and DHC law firms. Legal trouble seems to follow British businessman and murder-accused, Harvey Boulter everywhere he goes as a group of Emiratis claim he defrauded them out of more than N$56.9 million.