Martha Imalwa

Murder accused Brit billionaire’s bail conditions relaxed   ….As Prosecutor General’s decision is not ready

Murder accused Brit billionaire’s bail conditions relaxed ….As Prosecutor General’s decision is not ready

Eba Kandovazu THE murder case of Harvey Boulter, the British billionaire accused of murdering his farm manager was postponed for the last time to April, pending a decision by Prosecutor General (PG), Martha Imalwa. Imalwa is expected to decide whether or not Boulter is to be tried in the High Court for the murder of Gerhard van Wyk (54). She will also decide what charges Boulter will be tried on. It is anticipated that the case will be provisionally withdrawn if the PG’s decision is not ready at the next court appearance. Boulter also had his bail conditions relaxed today…
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NamPol opens case against Ethiopian child murder suspect …as PG orders investigation

NamPol opens case against Ethiopian child murder suspect …as PG orders investigation

Rose-Mary Haufiku The Namibian Police (NamPol) has opened a case and started investigations into murder allegations against, Kristofina Amutenya, the ex-wife of Diplomat Petrus Haufiku. Prosecutor General (PG), Martha Imalwa, ordered the police investigation, a development confirmed by NamPol spokesperson, Kauna Shikwambi. “Investigations are underway and there is constant liaison between the Investigating office and the office of the PG,” Shikwambi told Windhoek Observer. The state provisionally dropped charges against Amutenya after Amutenya’s lawyer, Kadhila Amoomo, challenged the decision of the Namibian authorities to arrest and charge her on two counts of murder, and one count of attempted murder upon…
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No request for de Klerk’s extradition . . . as trial looms

No request for de Klerk’s extradition . . . as trial looms

Andrew Kathindi With less than two months before the Fishrot pre-trial in the High Court, Government is yet to begin the extradition process of lawyer Maren De Klerk, dubbed “paymaster” of millions of state funds from Fishcor. De Klerk, who has been indicted by the Prosecutor-General (PG), Martha Imalwa, has been in South Africa for over a year. Director of the Anti-corruption Commission (ACC), Paulus Noa, said the extradition process is initiated by the Ministry of Justice. But the Justice ministry Head of Legal Services responsible for extraditions, Simataa Lennon Limbo, denied this. “No request for Meren De Klerk lies…
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Fishrot case transferred to High Court

Fishrot case transferred to High Court

Maria Hamutenya and Andrew Kathindi Prosecutor General Martha Imalwa on Friday went ahead with the prosecution of the fishrot accused in relation to Nengomar case. Nengomar is the joint venture between Namibia and Angola which was managed by one of the fishrot suspects, Ricardo Gustavo. A state application for former justice minister Sacky Shanghala's lackey, Nigel van Wyk, to be added to the Fishrot Nengomar case, also succeeded when the accused appeared in the Windhoek Magistrate Court on Friday. Van Wyk has been charged with money laundering and conspiracy to commit fraud, defeating or attempting to defeat the course of…
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Three more face Fishrot prosecution

Three more face Fishrot prosecution

Andrew Kathindi Three new names have been added to the “Fishrot” list after the office of the Prosecutor General (PG) said it will charge former Justice Minister, Sacky Shangala’s lawyer Meren De Klerk, along with Phillipus Mwapopi (Accused 8) and Otneel Shuudifonya (Accused 7) for their involvement in the scandal. De Klerk has been living in South Africa since earlier this year and is believed to have fled justice. This comes as the Prosecutor General, Martha Imalwa, has decided to arraign the Fishrot accused before the High Court, which is scheduled for pre-trial on 22 April 2021. This date is…
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