News from the coast
22 October 2018 | Local News
Since the Namibia Development Corporation intends to establish the Pioneer Industrial Estate, the ministry indicated last month that they require the remainder of Farm 58 (+/- 2000ha) to realize its mandate to industrialize Namibia.
The municipality is also looking at including the area east of Dune 7 in the expansion of the Walvis Bay town and townlands boundary.
Erongo also reports on the appointment of Richard Storrie as the new managing director of Rössing Uranium Limited as from 29 October 2018. Storrie joins Rössing from Rio Tinto Serbia where he successfully led the Jadar project over the last five years.
On the sporting front, Erongo reports on the National Artistic Gymnastics that took place at The Dome in Swakopmund on Friday and Saturday. The competition saw gymnasts from all over the country battling it out for the top spot. In other news, the Namib Daughters soccer team also took on NUST Babes in Swakopmund in the national women's soccer league on Saturday.
What's on at the coast this week
Friday, 26 October
• Zumba Fitness Swakopmund hosts a flash mob at Platz am Meer to raise awareness about breast cancer. Info: 081 687 8833 or 081 126 1623.
• 20:00 The Portuguese band SENZA performs live at Desert Tavern. Tickets: N$80 at the doors.
Saturday, 27 October
• 19:00 The Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre hosts a 'Light up the 80's' party, with an LED show at 20:00. Dress up and dance the night away while enjoying the drinks and food promo. Tickets: N$100.
• The Namibia Annual Sports Awards take place tonight at The Dome in Swakopmund. Corporate tickets cost N$800 each while individual tickets cost N$400 per person. The Namibian Sports Awards reward Namibian sports stars for their efforts in keeping the passion of sport alive in the hearts of Namibians through their efforts in local and international sports competitions.