The Namibia Airport Company (NAC)'s Chief Executive Officer, Bisey |Uirab, has stated that the company met with relevant parties through the High Court-initiated mediation process to release cargo stored at the Hosea Kutako International Airport (HKIA).

This follows a cargo dispute during the eviction of Menzies Aviation from the airport.

The cargo in question includes urgent blood reagents needed by the Blood Transfusion Service of Namibia, which were in the possession of Menzies Aviation during their eviction from the HKIA.

|Uirab clarified that the blood samples will be released; however, in terms of the rest of the cargo, agreement has yet to be reached.

Engagements, he said, will be held without compromising issues pronounced by the courts in relation to the handover of stated cargo to their owners.



Celma Ndhikwa