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Illness stalls murder trial

5 hours ago | Justice

The trial of two Americans accused of murdering a Namibian man in 2011 has been stalled due to the illness of one of the suspects. As a result, the trial was adjourned until 22 March...

Mouton to plead in 2018

1 day - 17 October 2017 | Justice

A young man accused of killing a police officer and two civilians while allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol in July 2015, is scheduled to plead to the charges against him on 24 January...

Struggle vet seeks eviction of eight families

1 day - 17 October 2017 | Justice

A veteran of the liberation struggle is asking the High Court in Windhoek to evict eight households who set up homesteads on land in the Katima Mulilo area which he says he inherited from his...

Sentenced court officials out on bail

2 days ago - 16 October 2017 | Justice

Four Oshakati Magistrate's Court officials arrested in 2014 for using their offices for gratification and defeating the course of justice, who were sentenced last Friday, have been granted bail pending appeal.The officials are three former...

Govt faces N$75m lawsuit

5 days ago - 13 October 2017 | Justice

A former treason accused is suing the government for unlawful arrest, prosecution and detention, two years after he was found not guilty on 200 charges including high treason and murder. Gabriel Mwilima alleges he...

N$50 000 bail in Air Nam theft case

6 days ago - 12 October 2017 | Justice

The Windhoek Magistrate's Court yesterday heard that N$190 000 was still missing from the N$1.1 million attempted theft at Air Namibia on 4 October.A second...

Enormous legal bill needs clarity

1 week ago - 11 October 2017 | Justice

The Action Namibia Coalition is demanding that the Namibian government play open cards and put to rest speculation about the huge fees paid to UK-based...

Confessed after finding God

1 week ago - 11 October 2017 | Justice

“When a person grows gradually into the Christian faith, that person gets to know the requirements of being faithful,” a murder accused told the High...

NamPower to disclose documents

1 week ago - 10 October 2017 | Justice

“Every scrap of paper throwing light, however indirectly, on what the proceedings were, both procedurally and evidentially, leading to the decision by the NamPower board...

Airline employee nabbed for fraud

1 week ago - 09 October 2017 | Justice

A man alleged to have attempted to illegally divert N$1.1 million meant for a payment by Air Namibia to the Namibia Airports Company (NAC) made...

Air Namibia accused appears

1 week ago - 06 October 2017 | Justice

Penna Munyunda, no age given, appeared today on charges of fraud and attempted theft in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court. Munyunda is accused of attempting to...

Prisoner sues for N$4.6 million

1 week ago - 06 October 2017 | Justice

Prison authorities are being accused by an inmate of disregarding the provisions of the Namibian Correctional Service Act when they denied him parole and remission.The...

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Avid kingpin accused of lies...

1 week ago - 05 October 2017 | Justice

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Alleged girlfriend killer appears...

2 weeks ago - 03 October 2017 | Justice

An Otjomuise resident, who allegedly shot and killed his 29-year-old girlfriend at their flat in the capital on Monday, has been refused bail.The 41-year-old Erastus...

Mouton's missing docket turns up

2 weeks ago - 29 September 2017 | Justice

Morné Mouton's freedom was short-lived. On Tuesday, his culpable homicide and drunken driving case was struck from the roll of the Windhoek Magistrate's Court because...

Namibia paid one genocide lawyer...

2 weeks ago - 29 September 2017 | Justice

A Namibian lawyer based in the United Kingdom was paid N$16 million for legal advice on the government's reparations demand against Germany for the 1904-08...

Chinese fugitive wants her N$2m

2 weeks ago - 28 September 2017 | Justice

A Chinese businesswoman, linked to the N$3.5 billion fraud, tax-evasion and money-laundering case, has lodged an urgent application in the Windhoek High Court challenging the...

San people begin to assert...

2 weeks ago - 28 September 2017 | Justice

The marginalised San people are beginning to understand their constitutional rights and are demanding access to land, education and employment. This was said by...

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