Apr 2014


Fishtival to feature more prominently in future

Fishtival stalls

Despite a slow start on the first day, the Walvis Bay Fishtival event gained some heartening momentum on the second and final day and finished by way of huge merrymaking on Saturday evening.  All in all, about 2,500 visitors made their way to the Fishtival, in the midst of several other events which took place […]

Mar 2014


Delay in arrival of new Wheelie Bins


The Municipality of Walvis Bay wishes to inform the public that there will be a delay in the arrival of new refuse bins. Although new bins had been delivered recently, this consignment did comply with the tender specifications. It is expected that bins of a better quality will be delivered within the next five weeks. […]

Feb 2014


Use sidewalks – Mayor tells scholars


Speaking at an ordinary council meeting earlier this week, Walvis Bay Mayor Uillika Nambahu said she has observed with great concern that scholars do not use demarcated sidewalks when crossing the road at designated scholar patrol sites. Nambahu stressed that she finds it a very serious concern given the fact that children pedestrians are the […]

Feb 2014


Crimes of ‘Passion’ create an unwarranted lack of security in Namibia

DSCN5471 website

Walvis Bay Mayor, Uillika Nambahu, earlier this week condemned the acts of violence that have been on the increase across Namibia in recent weeks. Nambahu said she finds it very sad to constantly have to read about murders and domestic violence incidents. Reports in the Namibian media have highlighted one heinous crime after another being […]

Feb 2014


Walvis Bay to celebrate the fishing industry with FISHTIVAL

Walvis Bay Fishtival 2014

The Mayor of Walvis Bay, Uilika Nambahu, announced on Wednesday that the Walvis Bay Fish Festival, better known as the FISHTIVAL, will be held in April this year. Nambahu highlighted that the main income for Walvis Bay comes from the port, the fishing industry and related industries. According her, together these industries also provide the […]

Jan 2014


Erongo’s brightest awarded

Johny Doëseb (middle) with , The Governor of the Erongo Region, Cleophas Mutjavikua, Mayor of Walvis Bay, Uilika Nambahu, Erongo Education director, John Awaseb and the recipients of the awards or their representatives.

One of Walvis Bay’s well known businessmen, Jonny Johnson Doëseb, who is the founder of JJD Earth Moving ploughed back into his community by awarding the top ten performing grade 12 learners in 2013, in the Erongo Region.The donation of N$100 000 which was divided equally amongst the ten students, will be paid towards their […]