4 February 2013

Namibia: Dodgy Motorists Warned

Windhoek — The new operating hours of the Windhoek Magistrate's Court are 08h00 until 13h00 and then from 14h00 until 20h00 as of last Friday until this coming Friday, while on Saturday the operating hours will be from 08h00 until 13h00.

According to City Police Superintendent Helena Mootseng, the general public should make use of the extended hours and voluntarily come to the City Police head office to settle outstanding traffic fines.

She said motorists who go to their offices voluntarily will not be penalised. Mootseng stressed that those individuals who will be found caught with outstanding warrants of arrest will definitely be arrested. She further encouraged residents who have received traffic fines to use this opportunity to settle their fines.

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