Justice

Chinese bribery convicts again denied bail

2 days ago - 17 December 2018 | Justice

ELLANIE SMIT The High Court has dismissed an appeal by two Chinese nationals against a Windhoek Magistrate’s Court order that denied them bail, pending an appeal in their bribery case. Acting Judge Ileni Velikoshi...

Mass action against Swakop Uranium

1 week ago - 12 December 2018 | Justice

Swakop Uranium is being dragged to court by 706 of its workers in two different matters, with claims totalling more than N$53 million.Yesterday, at a case planning conference in the High Court before Judge Shafimana...

Nghiwete fights back

1 week ago - 11 December 2018 | Justice

Suspended CEO of the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF), Hilya Nghiwete, has filed an application with the High Court in which she claims that the NSFAF board was not properly appointed and has no...

Oontamanana pokati kehangano lyaNamib Mills naBokomo

1 week ago - 11 December 2018 | Justice

Mondukumende dhawo dhompangu, menindjela gwomalanditho moNamib Mills, Pieter van Niekerk, okwa popi kutya kashi li mondjila pamulandu gwomathigathano mongeshefa Bokomo Namibia a longithe oombaapila dhokupakela uusila wokuteleka uukuki dha fa ndhoka tadhi longithwa kehangano...

Millers in vetkoek fight

1 week ago - 07 December 2018 | Justice

Namib Mills is suing Bokomo Namibia for alleged unfair competition and wants the High Court to interdict Bokomo from selling its 'vetkoek flour mix' in its current packaging.In his founding affidavit before the High Court,...

No docket in court for child-rape case

1 week ago - 07 December 2018 | Justice

Alleged serial rapist Gewen Gawa-nab (24) appeared before the Katutura Magistrate's Court on Wednesday but the docket was not available and Magistrate Loide Amwaandi-Ndangi had...

Back to court in fight to evict illegal settlers

1 week ago - 07 December 2018 | Justice

The legal battle to evict seven Gam farmers accused of illegally occupying parts of the Nyae Nyae communal conservancy for nearly a decade is set...

Six-month 'payment holiday' mooted

1 week ago - 07 December 2018 | Justice

The government has urged commercial banks to introduce an assistance scheme that would give people who lose their jobs a six-month “payment holiday” in which...

Lecturer denied bail after shootings

1 week ago - 06 December 2018 | Justice

A 44-year-old Unam lecturer, who allegedly shot and injured two men on Monday night in Rundu's Kehemu location, was denied bail by the Rundu Magistrate's...

Sale in execution turns sour

1 week ago - 06 December 2018 | Justice

In an urgent application in the High Court yesterday, Old Mutual Holdings was accused of acting unreasonably and without justification after the company withdrew instructions...

Personally liable

2 weeks ago - 05 December 2018 | Justice

Deputy Chief Justice Petrus Damaseb has warned magistrates and judges that they could be held personally liable if they are found guilty of negligence and...

Rittmann and lover deny conspiracy to kill husband

2 weeks ago - 05 December 2018 | Justice

A Gobabis woman implicated in the murder of her husband in August 2013 in order to supposedly cash in on his inheritance, on Monday denied...

Justice

Agribank may seize Zaire's farm

2 weeks ago - 04 December 2018 | Justice

Agribank was yesterday granted a default judgment of N$3 666 716.44 as well as an order declaring farm Rustig in the Khomas Region as executable.The...

Magistrates must pull up their...

2 weeks ago - 04 December 2018 | Justice

Long delays in finalising cases in Namibia's lower courts, unexplained absences and a host of other problems are delaying justice and need to be tackled...

Bail application by key American...

2 weeks ago - 30 November 2018 | Justice

The bail application by American national Marcus Kevin Tomas who is facing a charge of murder in connection with the killing of Windhoek resident Andre...

Appeal denied in Koch case

2 weeks ago - 29 November 2018 | Justice

An application by the State to appeal High Court Judge Petrus Damaseb's decision to acquit convicted child trafficker Bertus Koch on rape charges and to...

Meatco board unlawful

3 weeks ago - 28 November 2018 | Justice

The appointment of the six-member board of Meatco by former agriculture minister John Mutorwa was unlawful.The High Court this week ruled that the appointment made...

Trio in Koës murder plead...

3 weeks ago - 28 November 2018 | Justice

Three men accused of murdering an elderly couple at a farm near Koës earlier this year pleaded not guilty to all charges at the Keetmanshoop...

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