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Babies Behind Bars in Walvis Siglinde de Villiers

With the recent advent of the sad affairs surrounding the death of an infant in custody in Windhoek, a Walvis Bay woman has come forward with shocking news. Allegedly, the practice of locking up infants with their mothers is not unique to Windhoek. She claimed it happens at the coast as well, highlighting an incident in Walvis Bay. Following a brush with the law on a misdemeanour, the woman (name known to the Namib Independent) stated that when confined in the women’s holding cells for a day or two she encountered what she describes as a tragic scene of a mother and baby curled up in the cells. “I was horrified at the spectacle. I simply could not believe what I was witnessing. What does it say about our people, if we can put a baby only about a year old in a prison holding cell? That image haunts me to this very day.” The woman claims that enquiries as to why everyone in the overcrowded cell was locked up showed that ninety percent were in for murder. The victims were males such as husbands, boyfriends and family members. While she could sympathise with the terrible circumstances that pushed these ladies to a point where they were left Continued on Page 3

Quality of House Under Construction Questioned Dorcas Mhungu A builder on holiday at Long Beach alerted this newspaper to a house under construction at Long Beach that raises the brows of

professionals in the construction industry. The building might collapse under the weight of the roof because the openings were bridged with U-blocks instead of concrete lintels.

The source said the structure, which is at the roof level, did not have a post at the right angle of the corner window. Openings wider than the stipulated 2.5m were all bridged using U-blocks that

the commentators doubted were fortified. Kevin Adams, Walvis Bay Municipality, said though council has building inspectors, it is not the responsibility of the municipality

to supervise builders and building contractors. He referred the reporter to the owner of the house for the goings on at the house. The Namib Independent in the afternoon of the same day went Continued on Page 3


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Babies Behind Bars in Walvis Continued from Page 1

with no option but to kill, the fact that the prisoners were murderers only compounded her utter disgust and disbelief that an infant could be placed in the same environment. “I asked the mother (as beautiful as her child) why she was locked up. According to her she and her child had come down from the North and rented a shack in the back garden of a family member. Her hope was to find work to support her child. After being unable to find work, she and the infant returned to the North. To her surprise she was arrested up North

as her family from whom she rented the shack laid a charge against her on account of not paying rent. She and the infant were transported by the police back to Walvis Bay, spending a night in the Otjiwarongo holding cells as well,” said the woman. These cases are not unique as our court system is way behind. In instances like this the perpetrator would appear before court briefly to be notified of the charges and provided the opportunity to plea. In most instances of a plea of innocence, bail is often set depending on the severity of the crime. Where a

suspect cannot pay bail (often as low as N$500) they are simply sent to the very overcrowded and inhumane holding cells at the local police stations. On account of the fact that the courts are overcrowded and these types of suspects cannot afford to retain the services of a lawyer they are left to the devices of the public system. This means that a suspect – not yet proven guilty – may spend months and in some cases more than a year in terrible conditions before getting a court date.

A court appearance may result in a small fine only or an acquittal. In previous interviews with John Walters, Office of the Ombudsman, the Namib Independent was informed that the police cannot cope with the incarceration methodologies instituted by the courts and that even though the holding cells are overcrowded, unhygienic and not fit for humans to exist in, the police do not even have the resources to improve the conditions. Only on Monday was an SMS sent into a daily newspaper insisting that Walvis Bay stop incarcerating

babies. This attests to the fact that the practice is not unusual and is an ongoing practice. Upon enquiries, the Deputy Commissioner of Walvis Bay, U Kashuupulwa, said that she is not aware of any infants incarcerated with their mothers in the Walvis Bay holding cells and that all further enquiries should be directed towards Commissioner of Public Relations of Nampol, E Kanguatjivi. “In the event of a mother with a child being arrested, it is the duty of the officers to locate a family member who can take care of the child while the mother is incarcerated.”

Quality of House under Construction Questioned Continued from Page 1

Corner window before changes

to the house and saw the builders making changes to the corner window. A builder was building a pillar at the right angle of the corner window. Part of the corner window had also been closed up on both ends to make it smaller. Contacted for comment, the owner of the house, who lives in Windhoek, asked why the paper wanted to defame her builder. She said the building inspector had called her that morning after the reporter sought a comment from the council and she was happy the inspector told her what changes should be made to correct what is wrong. “I am worried now because that plan has been changed and yet council approved it without the pillars,” the owner said. She later called the builder and told him that the newspaper was out to destroy his reputation and the builder came to the Namib Independent offices.

Builders reducing window size and erecting pillar

He said the very concerns raised now by the source of the story he had raised with the architect but he had not amended the plan. “I know my job and I mentioned to the architect that there was need for pillars so that the building can carry the weight of the roof. I explained the hazards of going ahead without pillars,” the builder explained. An architect who was asked to comment on the pictures of the building said it was difficult to tell if the contractor used steel fortified U-blocks but said the use of pillars is recommended to fortify the roof carrying capacity of the structure and these were not there. Another builder who was shown the pictures of the house said he is shocked that ordinary U-blocks were used for the lintels at the wide openings. “There is supposed to be a lintel of

concrete to support the upper layers of these bricks and the roof. When they do the roof, I can assure you this thing will collapse.” He added that even though the builders have reduced the window size and put a pillar in, the lintels are still needed. “I don’t know who is going to buy that house. That house is going to fall or develop cracks after a short while because there is no steel wiring on those U-blocks from the look of it. These are ordinary U-blocks that were used. If they have steel wire how come there is a half block here,” the builder said, pointing to the picture. “This is a cheap way of building that risks peoples’ lives,” he fumed. The garage part also risks collapsing, the builder said, because of the inability to carry the added weight of garage electric motors mounted at the top and the doors that

are also weighty. “Whoever is going to buy this house will be buying nonsense. The architect did his job properly because all the specifications are there and in accordance with the building regulations. Council approved the plan based on these specifications. The architect specifies that the lintels must be precast concrete lintels but this is not what is on the building.” Another builder said in November last year a part of a roof of a house in Meersig collapsed, due to the use of U-block, instead of concrete lintels. Standard Building Regulations, Chapter 2, Administration Part V for the Territory of South West Africa, forwarded to the reporter by Adams, exonerates council and its employees from any responsibility in the event that processes are not adhered to and if something goes wrong, the owner of the building is liable.

Corner window reduced

Said Adams, “We wish to point out that it remains the responsibility of the owner of the building to ensure that the structure is built in accordance with the requirements contained within the Standard Building Regulations. “However, this does not release the local authority from its duties in terms of enforcing the provisions of the regulations and/ or other applicable legislation. This would include, among others, the granting of approval and the phased inspection of construction work. “The latter entails excavation, underfloor sheeting, flooring, sewer installation and completion of the structure. “It is therefore critical that owners ensure that the builders they contract have the necessary credentials. The local authority is unfortunately not in a position to perform quality checks during the construction phase.”


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New Ambulance Service in Town The twin turbine engine Bell 222 helicopter has full marine application configuration (floats and winch), which means it can do sea rescue as well. The Jetranger, MD500E, and Hughes 500 C and Cessna 210 are used for patient transportation in case of “walk on” patients, Smith said. With their move to Walvis Bay, LifeLink has teamed up with Auto Help,

Tanya Calitz Last week saw a new ambulance join the lifesaving network in Walvis Bay to extend their services in assisting with the numerous amount of life threatening incidents and accidents on the coast. LifeLink have their head office in Henties Bay. They opened doors in November 2012, and have already grown to a fleet of four ambulances, forestalling another three ambulances to join later this year. Currently LifeLink has an ambulance service in Windhoek, Okahandja, Swakopmund and now Walvis Bay. According to the company founder, Brian Low, the business has grown

significantly well over the past couple of years. He is looking forward to delivering a good service here. The Walvis Bay Ambulance is manned with four well-trained and qualified crew members, all registered with the Allied Health Professions Council of Namibia (AHPCNA), who between them have over 35 years’ experience. “Our ambulances are equipped with advanced technology. They are also custom built ambulances all the way from the UK, which means they comply with the European Standards for Ambulances,” Low explained. LifeLink base their service standards on the UK model for emergency services. LifeLink also offer an air ambulance facility to patients in need

the local motoring assistance company, which means they can assist with both medical and motoring emergencies. LifeLink Emergency Rescue Service is registered with the Ministry of Health, as well as NAMAF. In case of emergencies, call one of LifeLink’s two 24-hour lines: 999 from any landline 0859 247 from any mobile network.

of an emergency transfer. “We are in conjunction with Expedite Aviation, who provides an air ambulance service,” Low said. Flight Operations Manager, Izak Smith, explained: “The Bell Longranger, Bell 222 and Cessna Citation Jet all have full medevac/ air ambulance capabilities with litters (stretchers) as they were purchased as air ambulances and operated as such. These aircraft have facilities for stabilising the patient before transferring in what is called “the golden hour”. These facilities include Electronic Cardio Graph monitor, Cardio Defibrillator, Respiratory Ventilator, Oxygen, Immobilisation equipment with Advanced Life Support Paramedic Care on board.”

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“It is the only clinic of its sort in Namibia, and I have adapted my prices specifically for the coastal community,” she states. Still busy with a lot of e-learning, Kruger has the final September exams looming on her horizon. “Eventually I want to expand to other animals such as horses. One can apply the same theory to them but I still have to master the practical part,” Kruger concludes.

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First Coastal DBN Branch in Walvis Dorcas Mhungu The Development Bank of Namibia settled for Walvis Bay as the ideal place to open its first branch on the coast. By end of April, the doors will be open. Corporate Communications Manager

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in Walvis Bay Tanya Calitz Walvis Bay’s new Commercial Sales person, Andy Brown, says as part of M&Z Motors 2015 Vision, they decided to pay much

deserved attention to the Commercial Vehicles side. “The idea behind focusing on this division is to enable our Coastal branch to better assist our already existing clients here, and provide them with a

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better face to face service, along with getting some new clients to join our well established M&Z family,” explains Brown. In the past they used to sell commercial units, but the transactions and communications were all done through the Windhoek office, according to Brown. Now they can handle all the transactions right here. “Besides marketing and the selling of the entire range M&Z Commercial has to offer, we also have a well-equipped workshop and parts department to ensure that our coastal customers get better, faster and more convenient service,” states Brown. He finds that M&Z is set apart is the fact that they can give their clients advice on purchasing the right vehicle for their specific application through state of the art software that can calculate anything from the pay load distribution to performance, finance, maintenance and costing down to the cent per kilometre,

in order to make a better informed decision. Customers are now able to purchase any Fuso truck, Mercedes Commercial Vehicle or Freightliner truck they require directly at the Coastal branch. “We are gearing ourselves for

the huge move and transformation, which will be the opening of our state of the art facility in Swakopmund end 2015. “We want to leave our clients with the peace of mind that the future with M&Z Coastal is truly a bright one,” says Brown.

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Walvis Bay/Swakopmund/Henties Bay - Passenger & Commercial Vehicles +264 64 203 792 Louis +264 81 293 2348 Karmen +264 81 302 857 1 Andy +264 81 220 8026

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VACANCY:

Erongo Regional Electricity Distributor Company (Pty) Ltd, commonly known as Erongo RED, is mandated to distribute and supply electricity in Erongo Region. We are proud to announce that Erongo RED is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants from the designated groups defined in the Affirmative Action Act (1998) are encouraged to apply.

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Grading Level: C4 Business Unit: Network Support Services Duty Station: Omaruru PURPOSE OF THE JOB: To ensure that all electrical installations are done by registered contractors and comply with the Standard Electricity By-Law. REQUIREMENTS: • Level 3, Trade Diploma and N3 • Wireman’s Licence • Supervisory Training

Any Purpose, Every Terrain, Hard Working

KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: • Inspection and testing of all new and existing installations to ensure compliance with Electricity Supply Standards • Issuing of licences to registered contractors • Data collection for special investigation through measuring, testing or logging electrical parameters with the aid of special instruments EXPERIENCE: • Three (3) years’ experience as an Electrician • Two (2) years’ experience as a Foreman LICENCE REQUIRED: • Code BE Driving Licence is required Applicants who comply with the above-mentioned requirements may submit their CVs plus certified copies of educational qualifications and testimonials to: Mr Festus Newaya, Human Resources Division, P.O. Box 2925, Walvis Bay or hand-deliver at Erongo RED Head Office, 1st Floor Erongo RED Building, 91 Hage Geingob Street in Walvis Bay. Please note that no documents will be returned and no faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews.

CLOSING DATE: TUESDAY, 11 FEBRUARY 2014

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TEL + 264 64 214 600 FAX +264 64 214 601 ERONGO RED BUILDING 91 HAGE GEINGOB STREET P O BOX 2925 WALVIS BAY NAMIBIA

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Thursday, 06 February 2014

BUSINESS BOXES

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Bliss Investments (Cleaning Services)

We specialise in the following fields...

SPECIALS!! • Lounge Suite/ Sofa • Cleaning 6 Seater • Cleaning N$450, • Mattress Cleaning N$300, • Carpet Cleaning N$300 per room.

Residential Commercial Marine Industrial Ventilation Service & Maintenance

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COMPANIES IN NEED OF Payroll/s "outsourcing" (VIP Payroll Program) Contact: Desiré Tuit Cell No: 081 124 2922 E-mail: desire.tuit@gmail.com

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T: +264 64 206003 F: +264 64 206009 chamore@iway.na c/o Union Street & 5th Road, Walvis Bay, Namibia

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Travel arrangements Logistics - Flight bookings - Passports - Car Rentals - Work Visa’s/ In-transit Visas - Hotel bookings - Transfer/ Shuttle Services

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CLASSIFIEDS Accommodation Holiday Accommodation Langstrand Fully furnished Luxury see view: sleeps 8 N$2 400 per day 081 129 1770

Services Reën is OPPAD! Verf, Seël, Herstel van alle Dakke en Mure. Geskrewe Waarborg. 081 454 6870 RAIN is coming. Paint, Seal, Repair of all Roofs and Walls. Written Guarantee. 081 454 6870 PRODEL CONSTRUCTION For all your Construction needs Johann 081 128 0848 Renovations Building/ maintenance additions/ paint Wiina 081 463 4539 or Theo 081 241 6116

Wanted Urgently looking for a 2 bedroom flat or a 2 bedroom townhouse, single and pet friendly. Price range N$5 500- N$6 000 Incl. W&E negotiable 081 634 0574 House to buy I am looking for anyone who is selling a house in Walvis Bay or Swakop, Less than N$270 000 Call 081 429 8897 Domestic Work Am 27 year boy from Walvis Bay, I am looking for a domestic job. Monday to Friday. Call 081 300 7242

Translations "Se hacen traducciones de inglés a español y viceversa. English - Spanish. Spanish English translations. Please, feel free to contact: verokaddour@gmail.com"

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Ford F250 Rims With Tyres, Size 305/50R20. Walvis Bay N$8 500 2 Tyres in great condition! Call 081 249 9270 Property for Sale IN WALVIS BAY Price reduced!! Erf for • Deutz F8L413 engine sale in Henties Bay ext (taken apart to over10, With 2 boundary walls, haul but complete ) Erf SIZE 649 m2 N$15 000 N$250 000 • F8L714 Engine complete Call 081 249 9270 N$20 000 2011 Chevrolete • Magiurus Deuts 232 white cruze 1.6 for sale. 6x4 bogie + additional diffs N$135 000 for spares Full service history, 65 000 N$20 000 km. Extended warrantly. • Diesel pump 015 bosch What a bargain. 051 2597 for 10 cylinder Contact 081 399 3513 deutz Polo Gti N$5 000 2007 model 104 000 k's • ERF TRUCK 6x4 Cummins 6CTA engine with N$105 000 neg (Eaton 6103 gearbox broken) Contact 081 239 6435

PRICES NEGOTIABLE CONTACT MATTHYS OR MELANDIE 064-207482

goods for sale Animals for sale Chaw-chaw dogs- pure breading’s (originals) 3 male and 1 female. Colour beige, 3 month old. Prize is negotiable. Contact 081 255 8356

Volvo FH12 - 2003 N$200 000 Car-Carrier N$140 000 Good Condition Cell: 081 148 7040

6x2.4m flat deck loading box To Let N$30 000 (Truck as is); N$20 000 (engine), Century Real Estate N$10 000 (load box), 2 bedroom outside flat N$15 000 (chassis cab) N$3 700 • 4T Toyota Dyna striped 2 bedroom flat with bic and 1W Toyota engine stove (4cylinder) Cab & Chassis N$5 500 & Front axle 6x2.2x0.4m Call 081 255 7511 Loading box Prime Shop/Office Space N$20 000 To Let In Heidi’s Ecke • Fuso Mitsubishi Centre, Walvis Bay 6D15 engine - chassis cab, Area 161m2 gearbox broken Load box Call Johan 081 124 9269 6.8x2.3x0.5m loading box N$15 000 SIGN WRITING • 24 Valve Toyota L/C ASSISTANT NEEDED engine block, Diesel pump N$15 000 Applicant must have at least • Lexus engine one year experience in & original control unit (ecu) painting on walls. Phone or email for a interview. & wiring loom & gearbox Cell 081 129 6179 N$10 000 Email: donelia@iway.na • Toyota Dyna 4T Truck Loading box. Engine seized – complete N$15 000

Services

The Haven

Domestic Workers looking for work are invited to register at The Haven's Domestic Workers Employment Agency at 160 Hage Geingob Street, Walvis Bay, from 09h00 to 13h00. Mondays to Fridays Mondesa Swakopmund General Dealer – Import & Export. Incl: Shelving, Display Cab’s, CCTV, 2x Tills, Computer, Scanner and Stock. All for N$350 000 (Neg) Call: 081 799 4444

UK Vehicle Importation facilitated on your behalf by the experts. Strictly 2005 models and above. Any kind of vehicle or truck sought. Call 081 347 1558

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420 Litre Defy Chest Freezer (new) N$3 500 or nearest offer. Contact 081 332 9740 Goods for sale Loose parts of a primera Nissan 1998 model for sale. • Gear box and engine • 3 x tyres plus wheels The whole parts of the car are for sale. Contact 081 212 5472 or 081 758 1684 Hurry up it’s a bargain I am looking for Nissan primera 1998 model body parts to buy as well. Services Eagle painting cc One square metre N$70 only in Swakopmund & Walvis Bay Contact 081 407 9860 Kotze's Plumbing Quick service, quality service at a reasonable price. Installing & maintaining plumbing Call 081 243 3116 or 081 301 9304 Contact 081 407 9860

Walvis Bay Sport Club NOTICE TO MEMBERS

The Annual General Meeting Will Be Held At The Namib Park Bowling Club Date: Wednesday 26 February Time: 18H00

WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Place of Instruction (TRAINING CENTRE)(state specifically nature of consent) ON ERF NO: 366 TOWNSHIP: NARRAVILLE STREET: SAM NUJOMA DRIVE 147 (Give street name and number) In terms of the abovementioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/ we, the undersigned have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a OFFICE AND CLASS ROOM FACILITIES On the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 and 106 D, Civic Centre. Any person having any objection to the approval of this application must lodge such objection, together with grounds thereof, with the General Manager: Roads and Building Control, (Town Planning), Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay and the undersigned, in writing, not later than 13TH FEBRUARY 2014 NAME AND ADDRESS: APPLICANT(S) FILLEMON NENDONGO PO BOX 867 WALVIS BAY

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TENDERS ARE INVITED FOR THE SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF OVERHEAD LINE MATERIAL TO ERONGO RED STORES IN WALVIS BAY, SWAKOPMUND AND OMARURU FOR A TWO-YEAR PERIOD.

Erongo Regional Electricity Distributor Company (Pty) Ltd, commonly known as Erongo RED, was established within the context of the Government’s National Development Plan and envisages a dynamic and efficient commercialised Electricity Distributor for the Erongo Region.

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Closing Date: Document Enquiries: Document Fees: Telephone: Facsimile: Technical Enquiries: Telephone:

Friday, 28 February 2014 Mrs. A. Welgemoed N$260 (non-refundable) +264 (0) 64 214 600 +264 (0) 64 214 601 Mr. S. Muller +264 (0) 64 217 600

Documents in a sealed envelope clearly marked: “Tender 02/2014”

• Walvis Bay Town Pay-Point • Narraville Pay-Point • Kuisebmond Pay-Point

• Head Office • Technical Building

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

TEL + 264 64 214 600 FAX +264 64 214 601 ERONGO RED BUILDING 91 HAGE GEINGOB STREET P O BOX 2925 WALVIS BAY NAMIBIA

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For and on behalf of

Mun. of Walvisbaai 1 Feb 2014 at 10h00

We pawn or buy assets

Nissan Patrol, Nissan 1600 Toyota 4X4 S/C, Roof sheets Lights, Pallets, Wood planks Wood beams, Lounge suites Furniture, Tyres, Fridges WALVIS BAY Restaurant equipment, Camping gear,209 Electronics, Tel 064 026 Laptops, Base and lead Guitar, Beds and more

Addressed to the Chairperson of the Tender Committee and placed in the tender box at the Enquiries desk at: Erongo Red Building, 1st Floor, 91 Hage Geingob Street, Walvis Bay; or be posted to the Chairperson of the Tender Committee, P.O. Box 2925, Walvis Bay, to reach him at the latest by: 11:00 on Friday, 28 February 2014 Please note no faxed or e-mailed documents as well as documents received after the specified closing date and time will be considered for evaluation.

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NAME AND ADDRESS: APPLICANT(S) Petrus Amutenya 44 Evergreen Street Narraville, Walvis Bay

Asset Disposal

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CONSENT: HOME BASED BUSINESS (Cash Loans)(state specifically nature of consent) ON ERF NO: 3191 TOWNSHIP: Walvis Bay STREET: Evergreen (Give street name and number) In terms of the abovementioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, the undersigned have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/ establish a Peter and Joy’s cash loan On the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 and 106 D, Civic Centre. Any person having any objection to the approval of this application must lodge such objection, together with grounds thereof, with the General Manager: Roads and Building Control, (Town Planning), Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay and the undersigned, in writing, not later than 30th January 2014

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TEL + 264 64 214 600 FAX +264 64 214 601 ERONGO RED BUILDING 91 HAGE GEINGOB STREET P O BOX 2925 WALVIS BAY NAMIBIA

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16 | Sport

S POR T

Victory for Walvis Bay Cricket Over the Weekend Last Saturday WBCC played against Swakop 2 at the Cricket Oval. WBCC’s Captain Colin Peake won the toss and chose to send the boys from Swakop to bat first. Bowlers Helmut Mack and Colin Jones picked up a few quick and important wickets early in the innings. The only batsman who was able to achieve double figures for the Swakop team was Marc Steele. He scored 26 runs from 54 balls before getting caught by Hennie v/d Westhuizen. Due to disciplined bowling and great fielding Swakop 2 was only able to reach a total of 84 all out after 31.3 overs. The Bowlers of WBCC with the best figures were: Helmut Mack with 8 overs, 14 runs and 3 wickets. Colin Jones with 5 overs, 23 runs and 2 wickets. Colin Peake with 2.3 overs, 3 runs and 2 wickets. WBCC then took to the batting.

Swakop 2 took three early wickets in the first five overs. It looked like Swakop 2 stood a chance of defending their total, until openings batsman Nian Grobler started punishing the bowlers. Nian Grobler went on to score 50 runs from only 41 balls and hitting 6 sixes. The Rentzke brothers (Elton & Leeroy) came in and stood their ground to score the last 18 runs needed to win the match. WBCC reached the total of 85 in only 14 overs for the loss of 5 wickets. The Bowlers of Swakop 2 with the best figures were: Julian le Roux with 4 overs, 18 runs and 2 wickets. Fritz Coetzee with 4 overs, 13 runs and 1 wicket. WBCC would like to thank their sponsors Walvis Bay Ship Chandlers and Walvis Bay Cricket Club for their undying support and loyalty. We hope to make our sponsors proud and keep holding the Number 1 Rank in the coast.

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