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Chinese in court over rhino horns

20 hours ago | Justice

The two Chinese nationals who were arrested last week for possession of rhino horns worth more than N$400 000 appeared in court yesterday and their case was postponed to next month. Yonghui...

Money-laundering suspects granted N$1.5m bail

20 hours ago | Justice

Three suspects implicated in a massive fraud and money-laundering case involving N$3.5 billion have been granted bail of N$1.5 million each by the Windhoek Magistrate's Court. Chinese nationals Huizhong Tao and Huan Jinrong, as...

Dippenaar to plead today

20 hours ago | Justice

Jandré Dippenaar, 32, is expected to plead and provide the court with the plea explanation today as his murder and fraud trial begins following a gruesome car accident on 29 December 2014. The trial...

Money-laundering suspects get N$1.5m bail

1 day - 23 January 2017 | Justice

Three suspects implicated in the massive fraud and money-laundering case involving N$3.5 billion were today granted bail of N$1.5 million each in the Windhoek Magistrate’s Court. Chinese nationals Huizhong Tao and Huan Jinrong as well...

Sanlam says pension claims are false

6 days ago - 18 January 2017 | Justice

CATHERINE SASMAN The Sanlam Group has categorically denied that it is in the process of facilitating pension payouts to former SWATF members, as is alleged by a group who is...

Bail ruling on Monday

6 days ago - 18 January 2017 | Justice

FRED GOEIEMAN The two Chinese nationals and a Namibian allegedly involved in the N$3.5 billion money-laundering fraud will hear on...

Legality of arrest under spotlight

1 week ago - 17 January 2017 | Justice

A man who escaped after his arrest on two counts of housebreaking argued that the Magistrate's Court erred when it ordered his detention. Ruben...

Okombahe man guilty of murder

1 week ago - 13 January 2017 | Justice

FRED GOEIEMAN After a two-year trial the High Court in Windhoek yesterday ruled that a man from Okombahe had direct...

Defence grills top cop in fraud case

1 week ago - 11 January 2017 | Justice

OGONE TLHAGE Tasked to head the investigation into a N$3.5 billion money-laundering scam, Chief Inspector John Mutongwe mumbled in court...

Bail for 7 in tax-fraud case

1 week ago - 11 January 2017 | Justice

Magistrate Rhivermo Williams has granted bail to seven of the 13 people involved in fraud at the Inland Revenue Department in Walvis Bay.They were granted...

Julius accused of interference

2 weeks ago - 10 January 2017 | Justice

STAFF REPORTER Laurantius Julius, accused of money laundering and fraud charges in the N$3.5 billion customs fraud case, has meddled...

Fraud accused insists he is merely a driver

2 weeks ago - 06 January 2017 | Justice

STAFF REPORTER A bail hearing in a money-laundering case involving two Chinese men and a Namibian businessman, which started on...

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Money-laundering bail hearing postponed

2 weeks ago - 05 January 2017 | Justice

The money-laundering case involving Chinese nationals Tao Huizhong and Jinrong Huang, as well as Namibian customs official Julius Laurentuis, has been postponed for a third...

Bail hearing continues in high-stakes...

2 weeks ago - 04 January 2017 | Justice

STAFF REPORTERA money-laundering case involving a customs official and two Chinese men was again postponed to today for a bail hearing.The case was briefly heard...

Money-laundering case postponed

3 weeks ago - 30 December 2016 | Justice

ELLANIE SMIT A multi-billion-dollar fraud case involving three Chinese nationals and a Namibian customs official from Walvis Bay continued...

Kidnapping couple appear in court

3 weeks ago - 30 December 2016 | Justice

The couple accused of kidnapping two-year-old Miguel Ndakula Hinaunye Aluvilu in Swakopmund last week made their first appearance in the Outapi Magistrate's Court yesterday. ...

Pangolin suspects granted bail

3 weeks ago - 30 December 2016 | Justice

ELLANIE SMIT Three Namibian men who were arrested last week for trying to sell a pangolin skin to undercover police officers have been granted bail...

Commission to probe Swapo abuses

1 month - 19 December 2016 | Justice

The Committee of Parents and the Truth and Justice Committee have announced the names of Namibian and other players who have agreed to investigate claims...

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