INTERVIEW | Dordabis residents in land conflict


Residents of Dordabis settlement in Windhoek Rural Constituency yesterday ended up in an all-out brawl over land.

The conflict started with a group of disgruntled individuals who decided to illegally occupy state-owned land and put up structures, much to the annoyance of another group, who insisted they follow the processes in place.

nbc News reporter Emil Seibeb shares more from Dordabis, where a community meeting was held in response to the conflict. 

INTERVIEW | Safety on the beach


Swakopmund is one of the preferred holiday destinations in the country, and with its pleasant weather, it is impossible to stay indoors. 

When the scorching sun comes out, many are drawn to the beach to cool off or enjoy activities such as volleyball and beach soccer.
However, safety at the beach is vital for those wishing to take a dive into the ocean. 

nbc's reporter Stefan |Uirab spoke to lifeguard Jonas Sheyavali.

INTERVIEW | Festive season road safety campaign in full swing


As the festive season kicks into high gear, the Namibian Transport Department and law enforcement agencies are actively engaged in a comprehensive road safety campaign.

The focal point of their efforts is the B2 Swakopmund Roadblock, strategically positioned on one of Namibia's busiest highways.

nbc's News reporter, Stefan |Uirab, caught up with Inspector Ileni Shapumba, the Unit Commander for Community Affairs in the Erongo Region. 

INTERVIEW | Ndishishii Hamfungu on DRC elections


Millions of Congolese voters will cast ballots in one of the most anticipated elections of 2023 on Wednesday.

With the high-stakes vote, the Democratic Republic of the Congo may have undergone its second peaceful civilian-to-civilian transition since gaining independence from Belgium in June 1960.

nbc News presenter Blanche Goreses spoke to Senior Producer Ndishishii Hamfungu, who is in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.