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SERVING THE COASTAL COMMUNITY SINCE 1958 NO 6758 FRIDAY 8 JUNE 2018 Tel: +264 64 - 205854 / +264 64 - 461866 /Fax: +264 64 - 204813 / 064 - 461824 / Website: www.namibtimes.net

inside LHU saga to Pres. Windhoek Crematorium Geingob

Body of one day old discovered at Walvis Bay waste disposal site halts all cremations Floris Steenkamp

Problems with gas installation cited as the cause - coastal funeral homes suffer

Rudi Bowe The best she could do to render some kind of dignity to this lifeless little body, lying among household garbage on the rubbish dump, was to pick up a piece of dirty carton in her equally dirty and sunweathered hands and making waving motions to ward off the flies. After the pictures were taken, a dirty old rag was used to cover the baby's body. Ready for the Namibian Police to do what they have done at the Walvis Bay dump site so many times over and over: that is to remove the baby's body from among the rubble and taking it to the police morgue. Trying to puzzle out how did it come about that this baby, estimated to be only a day old, landed up in a garbage bag and was dumped at the waste disposal site. Hopefully an arrest and a mother appearing before a magistrate on charges of baby dumping. Perhaps murder? These scenes were playing off at the Walvis Bay dumpsite on Wednesday afternoon after dump scavengers discovered the body of a dayold baby. It is suspected the baby was placed in a household garbage bag and found its way through the municipal waste disposal system to the waste site. People were visibly shaken. There was an eerie silence as everyone awaited the arrival of the Namibian Police. The light skinned body was taken to the police mortuary where an autopsy will be carried out to determine the dead child's ethnic origin and what the cause of death was. At the time of going to press there were more questions than answers. The deceased's gender was also yet to be announced. For the coast this is a horrendous year. In Walvis Bay three babies were dumped. Three more in Swakopmund. It means six babies dumped in the first five months of 2018 at the coast. Never had a chance on life. Continues on page 2

Undertakers at the coast said this week frustrations are growing, as no cremations are taking place at Namibia's only crematorium, the Windhoek Crematorium currently. Family members of the deceased are not interested in explanations anymore, as to why weeks go by in which they do not receive back the cremated remains of their loved ones. “We are really frustrated. We cannot give our clients answers and explanations any more. People are suffering emotionally as a result of losing loved ones, yet they cannot have final answers as to when the ashes of their loved ones are returned to them”, a parlour owner of Walvis Bay said this week. Phone calls to other funeral houses confirmed just that. Funeral undertakers usually make use of the cremation services at Upington in South Africa's Northern Cape in the event of the Windhoek Crematorium not functioning. However, this could increase the cost of a cremation by as much as N$8 000, it was further explained. Not only is the Upington Crematorium's cremation tariff higher than Windhoek Crematorium, but the cost of transport is also significantly higher due to the long distances from Windhoek and other towns to Upington. Also, the South African authorities require additional paperwork, as mortal remains are literally exported from Namibia and the cremated returns then repatriated. “It takes additional time and it increases the cost of a cremation”, confirmed an undertaker at Swakopmund. An inquiry to a senior official in the City of Windhoek confirmed the Windhoek Crematorium is currently experiencing major problems with the facility's gas installation. The last cremations were carried out in the first week of May, meaning for the past month no cremations took place. There are also no chances of re-activating the old diesel-burning crematorium, as it is in a state of total disrepair. The new crematorium uses gasenergy, but the problem for the gas installation is apparently very complex and could take time to repair. One funeral parlour in Walvis Bay is sitting with the mortal remains of sixteen people who have to be cremated. With Windhoek Crematorium apparently not being able to provide a time frame as to when everything would normalise, loved ones are becoming frustrated. “We even have a family overseas who is having a very bad experience, as they do not know when their deceased loved one's ashes would be sent on to Europe. It creates a negative perception of how we do things here in Namibia”, remarked a third funeral parlour owner.

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It was over even before it began. The question was asked again on Wednesday. Not a new question, but a question to which we seem not to be able to get an answer to. Abortions are illegal in Namibia and the country, both on Government level and private sector level are trying to keep mechanisms in place for disheartened mothers to give off their new-born babies and to afford these little people a fair chance to life. The Deputy Mayor of Walvis Bay, Councillor Penelope Martin, was the first to publicly speak on the latest incident: “Baby dumping is an issue for which I will continue to try and find a solution. I believe girls are dumping their babies because they might still be in school. Others are victims of rape and many are walking with the harsh reality they don't have any means to care for the child they are expecting. Others don't know where to knock for help and get answers to the pressing problems.

Need for better cooperation between unions and public enterprises Sharlien Tjambari At the opening of the 3rd Annual General Meeting of Public Enterprises Chief Executive Officer's Forum, which took place in Swakopmund yesterday, Public Enterprises Minister Leon Jooste confirmed is unhappiness with the fact trade unions only approach his ministry when they need help. Jooste explained: “We have met with the unions quite often and most of the time they only meet with us when there is a problem. And that is exactly my problem. We should not only be meeting with unions when there is a problem. Unions are key stakeholders in the country's being and what I often found was that somehow [and sometimes] there is a failure to share accurate information with unions”. As a result of the sharing of inaccurate information in these both-ways communication platforms information meetings often turn into conflict meetings. “We would like to have fixed annual meetings with the unions and share information”, Jooste offered. Dr Audrin Mathe, the Chairperson of the

Contributed The term Blue Economy is now widely used by Namibian leaders. More specifically, in the fishing industry where it is acknowledged in the country's 5th Development Plan (NDP5) that without a healthy ocean and healthy fish resources, the potential of a Blue Economy cannot be fully unlocked.

The concept of a Blue Economy simply means the sustainable use of ocean resources for economic growth, improved livelihoods, jobs and ensuring the continuation of the ocean's health (defined by the World Bank). However, it is also now accepted that a Blue Economy lies beyond the country's fishing industry only. To unlock a Blue Economy for Namibia would then simply mean all sectors of the economy depending in one or another way, on the ocean need to assume the responsibility to keep the ocean clean and healthy and to derive the maximum economic potential from what we extract from the ocean. In his recent keynote address in Walvis Bay, at the opening of a stakeholder conference on the proposed opening of a marine engineering and maritime studies school in Namibia, the Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources Bernhard Esau, demonstrated to what detail a Blue Economy can be defined. He took the current situation in Namibia as an example, where there is still a lack of local skills in the marine engineering and maritime sectors (both Blue Economy sectors). As long as Namibia must make use of foreign skills in these sectors, that means the country has not yet unlocked its potential to create as many as possible seagoing jobs for Namibians or creating jobs on land critical for the maritime sectors like marine engineering, ship repair and marine industrial engineering. Few other examples of sectors and industries that are dependent on a healthy ocean for job creation and economic growth: The Fishing Industry: according to Minister Esau the Namibian fishing industry is the largest income earner after mining. It employs 16 500 people directly, sustains a further 45 000 indirect jobs and generates N$10 billion annually in export revenues. If the fishing industry depletes fish resources or lacks the ability to add value to raw fish products to maximise profits, the Blue Economy potential is diminished. Maritime Transport: Walvis Bay is the gateway for trade between the world markets and Southern

Chief Executive Officer's Forum, indicated that this PE-CEO's Forum was established to encourage co-operation between public enterprises, in order to advance the socioeconomic goals of the Government of Namibia as their common shareholder. The forum creates an opportunity for public enterprises to give input into legislation, policies and other directives. It also provides a platform for exchange of ideas on key matters affecting public enterprises such as governance, strategy and operations. This engagement facilitates benchmarking of best practices and promotes skills transfer. Ton the picture herewith, the Minister of Public Enterprises Leon Jooste during the official opening of the meeting yesterday.

African markets. It forms part of the global shipping network where as many as 80 % of trade goods are transported by sea (World Bank). It is important for Namibia to guard its Blue Economy potential by preventing marine pollution. That includes maintaining strict standards for all forms of shipping to prevent oil spills and oil pollution. Equally, all land-based processes related to port operations need to be operating safe and free from polluting the ocean. Tourism: Polluted oceans and beaches are certain to negatively influence marine tourism. Tourism in all its spheres has the responsibility to assist keeping the ocean and beaches clean and healthy, in order to maximise job creation and earnings from marine- and beach tourism. Waste Management, including sewer management and air purity: Namibia can only maintain its Blue Economy potential as long as it prevents and controls the pollution of the ocean and beaches by reducing the presence of plastics in the ocean, maintain pristine beaches and at all cost prevent any forms of sewer water and other waterborne pollutants from the ocean. In this instance the fishing industry has already close than two decades ago installed measures to reduce contaminated water from fish processing pumped into the sea and to curb air pollution from various fishing industry processes like fish meal production. (Sources: The World Bank; Commonwealth and own research). Safety and Security: the protection of Namibia's Exclusive Economic Zone against illegal, unreported, unregulated fishing (IUU), the dumping of fish and working with other nations to curb illegal, unlicensed fishing activities are also a critical element in protecting and maintaining a Blue Economy. A clean ocean fights climate change: The world’s oceans play an integral part in the fight against climate change by serving as so called carbon sinks. There is a direct, positive link between a healthy ocean and its ability to absorb carbon dioxide.

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MUN threatens to bring Langer Heinrich Uranium issue right to President Hage Geingob’s doorstep Sharlien Tjambari Some 600 workers who are retrenched by Langer Heinrich Uranium (LHU), after a decision in April this year to place the mine under a care and maintenance regime, demanded on Wednesday there are other alternatives to save their jobs. They told the Governor of Erongo, Clr Cleophas Mutjavikua, LHU should be forced to sell the mine and for the new owners to restart production and in doing so save job opportunities. Workers affiliated to LHU's recognised bar- protect them are not doing what they were gaining unit, the Mine Workers Union of elected for. The petition further said that workNamibia (MUN), launched a peaceful march ers are being exploited on a daily basis, employto the Office of the Governor where they han- ers are not adhering to the basic employment ded a petition to the Regional leadership and conditions and nothing is being done to address also demanded attention be paid to the LHU- this issued. problem at once. Failing of which, workers In the petition of Wednesday, the union also stasaid they will be taking their plight to the tes that multi-national companies are unOffice of the President. touchable. They come under the disguise of Workers charged they are dissatisfied with “investors”, but at the expense of the workers. the way Government, at both regional- and “As registered trade union, we are not aware of national level handled the LHU problem. the conditions under which these companies are Since LHU announced in April the mine given rights and under what conditions they would not restart production after a uranium operate in our country. We need the intervention stockpile runs up, the MUN has expressed of your office in this matter”, the petition addissatisfaction at various occasions. They dresses Governor Mutjavikua. firstly accused LHU of not playing open Speaking on behalf of the union, John Hacards in the run-up to the decision to close the mutenya, alleged that “most” mineworkers are mine. In the latest petition they accuse the paid a meagre N$1 000 per month and that with Namibian Government of sitting idly whilst no fringe benefits like medical aid [ or any other LHU compromise the work of 600 people. benefits]. The Union and its members feel that Go- The petition further accused LHU of refusing to vernment does not have the interest of its citi- bargain in good faith nor adhering to Namibian zens at heart and the leaders who they elect to legislation that guides labour related processes.

Fire incident at Steve’s T/Away A fire incident occurred at the well-known Steve's Take Away in Walvis Bay on Tuesday. It is believed the fire was caused when a heated light bulb fell from its fitting in the ceiling, landed on flammable material which then caught fire. Fire damage was minimal. The business operations were not negatively influences. As the Walvis Bay municipal fire brigade was leaving the scene after assisting Steven’s Take Away’s management and staff, another call of a fire was received. The caller indicated the fire to be in the same area of town. After again responding to the area, the fire brigade could not detect any other fires. The Municipal Fire Chief Dennis Basson in the aftermath said it is a criminal offence for people to make hoax calls to any emergency services. He was reluctant to jump to any conclusions and did not exclude the possibility that the second call was caused by some confusion by the caller. Chief Basson called upon the public to always keep fire safety in mind. Fire prevention and safety rest upon the following pillars: Preparedness: Install smoke alarms if possible, to be alert and for prompt reaction. Know your local emergency numbers e.g Fire Brigade, Ambulance and Police Come out alive: Make provision and know your secondary exit or emergency escape routes. Keep low at all times during a fire emergency evacuation to protect yourself against the heat and to ensure you get adequate oxygen. Electrical Safety: Avoid overloading of electrical circuits. Have all your electrical defaults fixed only by a qualified licensed electrician. Only use qualified electricians for electrical installations. Candle (open flame) Usages: Never place a candle near highly combustible materials. Never leave a candle unattended for a longer period in the presence of children. Safe house keeping: Store all flammable liquids and gas cylinders in an enclosed area. Do regular inspection and cleaning. Emergency Numbers: 081 922, 081 122 0833 or 081 122 0888.


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Walvis Bay Court report

Court Swakopmund Court report Regional Court Leon Simataa (27), Robert Mukwena (32) and Michael Bossie Narib (43) appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 12 November for continuation of trial. The accused are on bail of N$20 000 each. George Jose Silvesta Bloodstaan (20), Patrick Snewe (20), a 17-year-old, a 16-year-old, Censley Nanuseb (29), Benny Fernantus Katamila (18) and Julius Boicky Lenga (20) appeared on charges of murder- attempted murder and assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 13 July for mental observations report. George Jose Silvesta Bloodstaan, Patrick Snewe, Benny Fernantus Katamila and Julius Boicky Lenga are on bail of N$2 000 each, while the minors were release on warning. Fuheni Ankonga (39) appeared on a charge of use of vehicle without owner's consent. The matter was postponed to 26 October for plea and trial. The accused have been warned. Romanus Mandume Avelinus (21) appeared on charges of kidnapping and rape-unlawful carnal intercourse with a girl under sixteen years. The case was finalised and accused was found not guilty, the case was acquitted. Baerend Gaseb (25), Melvin Sagarias Xoagub (27), Seuna Livona Descande (18), Elandre Descande (20), Elmel Gariseb (26), Cornelis Eichab (27) and Mohamend Gawanab (26) appeared on a charge of murder. The matter was postponed to 13 May for legal aid. The accused are all on bail of N$6 000. Katrina Boois (49) and Develing Boois (23) appeared on a charge of dealing in cocaine. The matter was postponed to 20 July for plea and trial. The accused have been warned. Zacheus Christiaan (23) appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to 3 August for legal aid. The accused have been warned. Lincoln Isaacks (20) and Mareshall Goagoseb (21) appeared on a charge of theft of a motor vehicle. The matter was postponed to 3 August for legal aid. The accused have been warned. Johannes Gideon Bam (40) appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to 3 August for legal aid. The accused have been warned Christiaan Naholo (33) and Nghituvali Leticia (33) appeared on charges of theft and fraud. The matter was postponed to 11 June for continuation of trial. The accused are on bail of N$2 000. Salmon Jaarsak (35) appeared on charges of assault and rape. The matter was postponed to 18 June for continuation of trial. The accused

remains in custody. Josef Silio Sinvula (30) appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to 22 January 2019 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$3 000. Magistrate Court Joseph Mushimba (42), Diyeve Nicodemus (35) Sandrag Mberirua (32) and Paulus Ortners (39) appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was struck from court roll. Ronnie Tsandi (40) appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to 6 July because it was transferred to the Swakopmund regional court. The accused is on extended bail of N$500. Kambambi Tjamburo (32) appeared on a charge of murder. The matter was postponed to 28 August for prosecutor general's decision. The accused is on bail of N$1 000. Philipus Ngaifiwa (25) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postpone to 11 July for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Paulus Iyambo (25) appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 18 October for continuation of trial. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Shidiwe Christiano Shidiwe (29) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 21 June for plea. The accused is on bail of N$4 000. Johannes Hauwanga (32) appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 18 July for plea and trial. The accused remains in custody. Neville Roman (30) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 16 July for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Andre Skrywer (20) appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 11 July for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Paulus Hafeni Mandume (28) appeared on a charge of impersonating a member of the police. The matter was postponed to 19 June for fixing of trial date. The accused remains in custody. Herbert Brandt (21) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 20 November for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Johannes Jacobs (30) appeared on charges of failing to ascertain injuries sustained and failure to ascertain damages. The matter was postponed to 17 October for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$4 000. A 15-year-old boy appeared on a charge common assault. The matter was postponed to 13 June for juvenile pre-community service. The accused have been warned.

Omega Hoebeb (18), Underage boy (17), Housebreaking with the intent to steal (March 2018) Matter is postponed to 18 July 2018. Both of the accused remains in custody. Petrus Ndakalako Povanhu (27), Drunk driving (July 2018) Accused was found guilty. Fine amount of N$8 000 or 12 months imprisonment and driver's license suspended for 3 months. Helaria Naalo Gerhard (21), Paulus Shinghundje (28), Sevelius Michael (22), Theft (July 2018) All three of the accused were found guilty. Fine amount of N$2000 or 90 days imprisonment. The three accused remain in custody. Erwen Garoeb (46), Theft (July 2018) Accused was found guilty. Fined with the amount of N$600 or thirty days imprisonment. The accused remains in custody. Nicolaas Maritz (47), Drunk driving (November 2016) Matter is postponed 29 October 2018. Warrant of arrest was issued. Silas Silas (28), Indecent assault (October 2017) Case was withdrawn against the accused. Owen Llukena Lilugwe (30), Drunk driving (November 2017) Matter is postponed to 21 November 2018. Palasidas Iyambo (44), Attempted murder read with the provisions of the Domestic Violence Act, Act 4 of 2003 (July 2018) Matter is postponed to 3 July 2018. The accused remains in custody. Jonas Sindjungu (41), Assault and malicious damage to property commonly read with the provisions of the Domestic Violence Act, Act 4 of 2003 (July 2016) Matter is postponed to 5 July 2018. The accused remains in custody. Ruben Groenewalt (46), Assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm read with the provisions of the Domestic Violence Act, Act 4 of 2003. And another count of assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm (June 2018) Matter is postponed to 24 July 2018. Lahia Shivute (35), Assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm (May 2017) Matter is postponed to 17 July 2018. Wilbard Malapi (48), Assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm (July 2017) Matter is postponed to 17 July 2018. Apius Ganaseb (30), Assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm. (July 2017) Matter is postponed to 17 July 2018. Underage boy (17), Theft (December 2017) Case was withdrawn against the accused. Ennis Kgobetsi (21), Two counts in drug dealing. (March 2018) Matter is postponed to 3 September 2018. The accused remains in custody. Izack Mateus (39), Theft from a motor vehicle which was properly locked (July 2018) Matter is postponed to 12 July 2018. The accused remains in custody. Sem Shikumbu (32), Assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm (June 2018) Matter is postponed to 11 July 2018. Liina Sakaria (33), Theft from employer (June 2018) Case withdrawn against the accused. Isra Peter Kanyemba (26), Dealing in drugs (June 2018) The accused was found guilty. Fine amount of N$500 or thirty days imprisonment.

Two men hire robber to rob them and share money later Eileen van der Schyff

Kuisebmond: A Security guard and cashier at the Le Palace Gambling house faked an armed robbery by allegedly hiring a robber to rob the two at the local Gambling house while on duty. It is alleged that on Sunday, 3 June, an armed suspect entered the said Gambling house and pointed a firearm at Pineas Gerhard Moroko, a security guard who was standing with Willemina Merida, the cashier. He tied them up and took cash to the amount of N$45 200 and two cell phones. It was detected that during the preliminary investigation, the security guard and cashier faked the robbery and further investigation brought to light the two were not really robbed at all. They allegedly hired someone from Windhoek to rob them while on duty, and later share their unlawful earnings between the three of them.

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Petrol theft the cause of truck explosion Two trucks parked next to one another caught fire and was totally destroyed by the flames on Tuesday. The incident occurred twenty kilometers from Omaruru on the route to Kalkfeld. The trucks were stationary next the road at a rest stop. A Unitrans Namibia Ltd tanker truck, carrying thirty thousand liters of petrol, caught fire. An explosion soon followed and the inferno that ensued also engulfed and destroyed a Zambian-registered truck parked nearby. The Zambian-registered truck was carrying frozen fish. Both trucks’ journeys originated in Walvis Bay. According to the spokesperson of the Namibian Police in Erongo, Deputy Commissioner Erastus Ikuyu, both trucks were found parked close to each other facing Omaruru. The forty one year old driver of the tanker alleges he experienced trouble with the speed of the truck and pulled over and fell asleep. He was nowhere to be found at the scene and was later traced at Otjiwarongo to provide an explanation. The Zambian driver, known only as a certain Mr Luca, disappeared. His whereabouts is still unknown. ¡ Unitrans Namibia is preparing to lay charges of theft and malicious damage to property.

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Twelve vessels to call at port over the weekend and Monday

A total of twelve vessels are expected to call alongside in the port of Walvis Bay as from today up to Monday. These vessels are the bulk carriers Top Confidence and Ocean Breeze; the general cargo vessel Solanjo; the fishing vessels Mediva Star and Carapau I; the container vessels Maersk Cabo Verde and Amanda D; the reefers Meita Maru and Nova Caledonia; the petroleum tanker ship STI Queens; the crew boat Michael G. McCall and the vehicle carrier Aquamarine Ace.

Friday 8 June Low Tide: 03:46 High Tide: 10:08 Low Tide: 04:08 High Tide: 10:16

Sunday 10 June High Tide: 00:25 Low Tide: 06:41 High Tide: 13:04 Low Tide: 18:50

Saturday 9 June Low Tide: 05:51 High Tide: 12:11 Low Tide: 17:58

Monday 11 June High Tide: 01:15 Low Tide: 07:27 High Tide: 13:50 Low Tide: 19:38

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Brand new mayoral vehicle for Swakopmund costs N$700 000 The Swakopmund local authority council has allocated a total of over N$2.2 million for the purchasing of new vehicles. Of this allocated amount, N$700 000 will be used to purchase a new mayoral vehicle whilst the corporate services and finance departments will get new vehicles estimated at N$200 000 each. The traffic department will also be receiving two new patrol vehicles, which will cost the council a total of N$1.4 million. The health section must be thankful for the allocation of N$70 000 for derusting and respraying of its existing vehicles. Gregory J Kauluma They should instead redirect that fiscus and donate vehicles for NAMPOL. What happened to the Mayoral Mercedes Benz German saloon, which is being driven around by traffic officers. Eckhardt Demasius is gone and the way things are going I don't know? Elijah Saushini I do not see any equitable allocation of resources here nor is there any prioritisation. How can one office spend N$700 000 on a single car that only benefits an individual and only allocate a paltry N$70 000 for the health section that need to rich out to the whole community, apparently they are not important, they can do with an old rusty car that need derusting, what a rational council this is. Diana Mutumbulwa Please upgrade our roads in Mondesa/drc cars are being damaged by those roads,and we need a drainage system on our roads, that's a total waste of money,we need more class rooms at our schools and stationaries as well. Engelhard Aggas Ugam So u got 2.2 mil to spend on cars yet u want a forced voluntary contribution of ten dollars from all residents while basic commodities and utilities will increase end of June? We are all being hit hard. Werner van Zyl WTF? Why can't the mayor drive a Jan Japan vehicle worth 80 000 so that the funds can be properly used where it is needed... Stella Diana Ganases I also don't see the need of a new car for the mayor, while there already one is...they can use that N$700 000 and built extra classes at schools as to tell us in the beginning of each school year, there is now space or the classes are full. Mercelin Dankii Gawanas I'm sure that 2.2 million is more than enough to build a whole new block in our overcrowded hospital and still feed the kids at the orphanages for a couple of months. Nelao Nelly Tuhemwe Wonders shall never end! And the hungry remains hungry only waiting for a pathetic "food hamper" on Christmas Day.

Young Tom A vehicle for N$700 000 and tomorrow will hear certain projects could not be implemented due to lack of funds. What is their priorities? Sidwin Taube Well firstly I dont see that the money has to go to any other state institutions as it involves the town council. But also there is no use of buying the mayor a new vehicle as the current one is still in an imaculate condition. Silvio Van Wyk And thats why our goverment is broke and thats why hundreds gets retrenched, some families have no food tonight and they drive luxury cars. Johan Adam Raubenheimer If the mayor had any pride she would make sure her fancy vehicles finances were used for one or two new ambulances! Paul Khachab Swakopmund is going down favor for CEO position. Riaan Vermeulen Whats wrong with a VW Polo? Getting from A to B is the objective? Eu Gene Tht 700 000 was enough for at least 2 fully equipped ambulances. Zuma Diken People stop complaining.The council will buy that vehicle like it or not.. Keep voting my People. Hans FokkenMushroom Strydom The people of swakopmund are the ones who voted the decision makers into power. So. This clear misuse of funds is the will of the people. Denny LoneWolf Saal N$700 000 for Mayor car and N$70 000 for health section to respray old cars. Mariette Brand This is a total waste of money! Our country is starving! Buildings falling apart! Hospitals gone too sh@t! NOT enough schools for all! I can go on and on!!! So a new car will fix all!!! Think again!!!! Andrew Meyer Nee jong..... dit is mos n "BELANGRIKE MAN" en as hy nie die super luukse kar ry nie,,,,, dan geniet hy mos nie aansien nie... Maak mens briesend Yasser Al Zahir The mayor has a Mercedes Benz that's is in use ,why is council buying another vehicle? Denise Bouman Amazing, how do they justify this. Josure Endjala N what about the Mercedes Benz.

Joseph Angula Not all mondesa boy wach your tongue. Danienilo Komesho Shitana God mercy for poor people who never see 700 000 dollars. Mayambi Lolo Kayunde Swapo is corrupt this is their mayor and they pretent to be holy no condermnation at all of this misuse of public money. Kaboy Neshila That is what happen when you glorify the Mayor. The mondesa roads are paved so let's not complain. Lyle T Dempers You vote you get. Peter Steenkamp Shithole. Peter Steenkamp Showoff is more important, no wonder the country is in shambles. Clare Green Valentine Dis nie lank nie dan moet tariewe weer dringend styg. Teer liewer Swakop se strate. Hans-Peter Steinbach Definitely people got their priorities mixed up. They are showing the masses a fat "toffee".


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Press release

Training for Members of the Topnaar Traditional Council Aonin Fishing Holdings (Pty) Ltd a Walvis Bay-based, wholly Namibian-owned fishing investment company, has trained a group of sixteen (16) members of the Topnaar Traditional Council in much-valued trust management skills this past week. Trustees play a vital role in the management of a business and therefore need the knowledge and skills to fulfill their obligations, and tackle challenges which come with their duties. The Topnaar Traditional Council received the 2-day training on May 24 and 25, as part of the company's commitment to empowering communities with leadership skills, with the primary objective to benefit the Topnaar local community. Aonin Fishing Holdings established the Topnaar Community Foundation Trust, and allocated 10% of its shareholding and dividends to the Foundation. The Foundation's trustees are selected from members of the Topnaar Traditional Council. One of the trustees will also be nominated to serve on the Aonin Fishing Holdings board of directors, to represent the Topnaar Community and to actively take part in the management of the company. The company, with investments in the hake and horse-mackerel fisheries, thereby empowers the Topnaar community to actively participate in strategic and investment decisions in the fisheries sector. The training equipped the trustees to do their work, in applying the company's dividends, in a manner that is transparent and accountable. In addition, the counsellors were updated on investments made by Omaru Fishing (Pty) Ltd and Atlantic Sea Products (Pty) Ltd, in the hake and horse mackerel fisheries sectors respectively over the past twenty years. Omaru Fishing Chief Executive Officer, Ingrith Kasper, says the company considers such training of traditional communities a valuable empowerment tool, an important socially sustainable investment instrument in Namibia's economy, and an essential building block of local socioeconomic development capacity. She says the current economic climate in Namibia requires a sincere sense of responsibility, an understanding of good governance and a commitment to

accountability from every company trustee. The Topnaar Community Foundation trustee training workshop had a practical approach, having been especially designed to provide participants with a clear understanding of the Trust law and its application in Namibia. Topics included core aspects of the Beneficiaries of a Trust and Their Rights; the Duties, Obligations and Responsibilities of Trustees; as well as Liabilities of Trustees in line with recent legal developments in Namibia. Topnaar Traditional Counsellor Sebedeus Swartbooi, thanked Aonin Fishing Holdings for the induction course, which had been facilitated by the legal firm Murorua Kurtz and Kasper Incorporated. He said, “I now understand the investments in which the Foundation has a stake. I can now right-fully protect and defend what is mine!� At the conclusion of the workshop, the 16 participants said that they felt empowered with a much better understanding of the investments made and the key ethical and legal issues of managing a Trust. They were especially happy and positive because the training was conducted in their native, Nama language.


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CRAN CEO Festus Mbandeka

CRAN Hosts Consultative Meeting On Spectrum Assignment MEDIA RELEASE

Namibian High Court Judges' Training Retreat The High Court of Namibia, in collaboration with The Commonwealth Secretariat, conducted a successful Judges' Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Retreat. The 2018 Namibian High Court Judges CPD retreat was held from 28 May to 1 June at the Seaside Hotel and Spa in Swakopmund. The Bangalore Principles on Judicial Independence and Namibia's Guidelines for Ethical Judicial Conduct, place a premium on the continuous professional development of judges. According to the Judge-President of the High Court, the Honourable Justice Petrus T Damaseb, “it is a matter of regret that judges' Continuous Professional Development (CPD) has not enjoyed priority in Namibia. I have, therefore, decided to hold a CPD retreat every year for the judges of the High Court, commencing 2018.” This year's training event

was devoted to the consideration of judicial ethics in the context of judges' conduct both inside court and outside court. Additionally, the judges used the retreat to share experiences in judgment writing. The judges also discussed the performance of the Court. They discussed the problems which result in delays in the finalisation of cases and ways in which the delivery of justice in the High Court can be improvised. The judges also discussed aspects of the Rules of Court and Practice Directives which have presented difficulties and agreed on amendments to deal with the challenges identified.

The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) hosted a public consultative meeting on the Regulatory Framework and Spectrum Assignment Strategy on 05 June 2018 at the Namibia Institute of Public Administration and Management (NIPAM). “CRAN deems it prudent to keep abreast of the latest trends and technology developments to ensure the efficient use of and regulation of spectrum in Namibia. The Authority therefore developed a spectrum assignment strategy that will set out objectives for spectrum management and provide clarity in respect of the Authority's approach to efficiently control, plan, administer and license radio spectrum”, stated Festus K Mbandeka, Chief Executive Officer. Mbandeka added that Radio Frequency Spectrum is a limited national resource that is the backbone for the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) sector that offers communities and commercial entities with various communication offerings. It therefore requires prudent management and robust regulation to ensure equitable access and efficient utilisation to meet the communication needs of all stakeholders. Regulation and management of this scarce resource is achieved through a regulatory framework that is driven by the development and implementation of national strategic direction, legislation, regulations and procedures. CRAN is responsible for facilitating and allocation and availability of spectrum so that it is an enabler for the socioeconomic development and access to communications services and ICT infrastructure. The Spectrum Assignment Strategy promotes competition through minimisation of constraints on spectrum use within a service and technology neutral license regime and allows for similar services to be offered on different technological platforms. CRAN will ensure the fair distribution of spectrum that in turn would provide services based on the requirements of the various category of service licences awarded. The Spectrum Regulatory Framework aims to provide stakeholders with equitable access to spectrum resources and ensure that a wide array of the latest technological services are made available to Namibian consumers. “The Authority developed a spectrum assignment strategy that charts the way for planning spectrum resources, determining spectrum fees and assigning spectrum to new and existing stakeholders”, concluded Mbandeka.


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The Cgals are eagerly preparing for the 10th World Choir Games On Saturday 23 June and Sunday 24 June the coastal towns of Namibia will be treated to vibrant performances under the guidance of Wilna Liebenberg by the Cgals Chamber Choir of Namibia at two concerts given at the German Lutheran Church, Swakopmund. The choir has gone from strength to strength after their category win at the previous Games in Sochi, Russia. In 2017 they passed the UNISA advanced choir examination with 97% which once again places them on the 'honour roll' of UNISA. They also sang the 2017 ABRSM (Royal School of Music) advanced ensemble examination

and passed with the highest possible mark. These performances will also create a platform for local singers and pianists that take lessons with Vera Malherbe and Wilna Liebenberg, two music teachers whose students regularly receive accolades for their excellent results in their practical and theoretical examinations. The Cgals Choir is busy with the preparation of 12 pieces

which will be performed at the World Choir Games from 4 to 14 July in Pretoria, South Africa. To prepare for a competition on this level with difficult repertoire, every experienced music teacher will agree, can take up to 18 months of intense practice to master! The pieces include a composition by Wilna Liebenberg (Psalm 23) which has been specially composed for the competition, pieces

of the Renaissance genre (Duo Seraphim: Victoria), Late Romantic Period ( Ta n t u m E r g o : Faure) even a current day Afrikaans Art cycle (4 Elemente en Epiloog: Niel van der Watt) and for example a traditional choir work (We are the

daughters of our Land Namibia: composed by Wilna Liebenberg with words by a Cgals choir member Karen Miller). The choir consists of 26 members that work very hard to compete in International competitions and is one of only

two Namibian choirs ranked in the top 500 choirs in the world. Tickets to the Gala concert can be bought from any Cgals member, or from Charmaine at the office of Karen Miller Architect, 407121. The cost of tickets is

N$100 for Saturday and N$50 for the matinee on Sunday, intended for school groups and arranged seniors groups. Do not miss the event, as this promises to be one of the musical highlights of 2018.


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WALVIS BAY * Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday: Book Exchange at the Mission to Seafarers. All Welcome. * Every Tuesday: Blood clinic (NAMBTS) at Welwitschia Hospital next to indoor pool. * Every Sunday Lunch - Potjiekos at MOTH CENTRE. * Everyday Pub lunches available. * 13 June: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00. * 24 June: Lagoon Park Family Market, from 9am - 1pm. Join us for some lovely 'Classics in the Park'. * 30 Junie: Huis Palms basaar. * 30 June: Bethel Congregational Church Senior Women's Fellowship present JENNA LEIGH BILONG, presenter of E-News. Theme: “Hide behind your lipstick” at Narraville Town Hall at 15:00. * 3 Julie: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by Temple of Truth. * 11 July: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00. * 15July: MOTH Wreathlaying ceremony at memoral at Usakos/Delville Wood 11h00. * 7 Aug: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by V.G.K. Kerk. * 8 Aug: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 Moth Congress venue to be

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confirmed * 4 Sep: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by St. Petrus Rooms Katolieke Kerk. * 11 Sep: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00. * 22 Sep: MOTH Parade International Day of Peace 21st. **************

“KARNEVAL” Is Back In Town – Worldwide…

SWAKOPMUND

In towns and villages of Namibia 'Karneval' was originally established by German speaking Namibians, the first one being the WIKA (Windhoek Karneval) established in 1952. However, it is celebrated with great passion and in various fashion by many communities worldwide! Where and how did carnival originate? Its origin dates from the middle ages and is based on religious traditions, influenced – as are many other religious events – by pagan customs. The word carnival stems from the Latin 'carne vale', meaning 'meat fare-well', since carnival originally was celebrated just before the start of the Christian fasting period leading to Easter. Its followers are thus afforded a festive season of over-joyed eating, drinking, dancing and making fun of all and sunder, before Ash Wednesday ushers in the somber fasting period. The wearing of masks and fancy dresses, coupled with general exuberance and utter jollity originates from pagan traditions intending to scare away evil spirits and, instead, attract good spirits and their graciousness. The largest and probably most enigmatic carnival is celebrated annually in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, initiated by former slaves from Afri-ca, who with masks and feathered costumes tried to appease and charm the spirits. These days thousands of artists from many of the large Samba dancing schools are competing against each other with dances, glamour and much bare skin in exuberant street processions. The European counterpart to Rio Carnival is the 'Fifth Annual Season' (as opposed to four climate seasons…) in Santa Cruz on Teneriffa. Up to 500,000 actors are entertaining the excited fancrowds during colourful street processions. The festival ends with the 'Sardine's Funeral', when the final procession accompanies a large artificial sardine to its fiery cremation – symbolising the end of winter. The probably third-largest carnival event is taking place in the Andalusian town of Cadiz with dancing and music, such as Paso Doble, Flamenco and African rythms. A religious climax is experienced with the Bolivian carnival in Oruro in the Andes mountains, where dancing with the devil 'Diablada' is centre stage – ghosts, dragons and bird- and snake-creatures are portraying in dance-like fashion the battle of good against evil. Everywhere in the world, just as in Namibia, carnival embodies an exceptionally exuberant, joyful cultural event, providing for a short period of unusual collective boisterousness and happiness – aiming to create joy for all, sorrow for none!

* Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous helpline 081 243 2649. * Bridge: The Swakopmund Bridge club meets every Monday evening at 19:00 at Lions Old Age Home. Contact: Ed Barbour 064-405 604. “The Swakopmund Rotary Club: Meets every Tuesday evening from 17:45 in the conference room of the Hotel Deutsches Haus. Contact 081 645 0888. * “The Swakopmund Lions Club: meets every 3rd Thursday of the month from 17:30 in the Lions/Den c/o Rhode Allee and Lüdritz Street. Contact: 081 205 6162/081 335 8899. * Swakopmund Toastmasters: Meet every first and third Monday of the month at the Europa Hof Hotel, Bismarck Str 39, Swakopmund, Namibia from 19:00 - 20:30. * Up to – 30 June: Woermannhaus-Gallery: Group Exhibition – Swakop Caleidoscope Woermannhaus Gallery Mon – Fri. 10:00 – 12:00, 15:00 – 17:00, Sat: 10:00 – 12:00. * 15. Juni: Küska - 33. Swakopmunder Karneval - Prinzenball at Haus der Jugend. * 16. Juni: Küskika. * 18. Juni: Damenabend. * 19. Juni: International Evening.

Did you know that carnival is by no means an exclusively German cultural festival ?


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Christian Youth Group donates towards shack fire victims Eileen van der Schyff

…and this is only the beginning of bigger things

Kuisebmond: a Christian-faith non-profitable organisation (NGO), “FEAR NOT I AM YOUR GOD” recently made a donation towards victims of a fire that destroyed three shacks. The donation was made last Friday. The donation also highlights the increased risk this time of the year when many shack residents are forced by the cold to light fires or use candles, lanterns and gas equipment to prepare food and to keep a household going. Mr Jacob Gabriel, the chairperson of Fear Not I Am Your God, collected some basic necessities which they handed over to the fire victims who lost everything on 20 May in the fire. After receiving the donations, the vision of the Group was shared with the victims and guests who witnessed the handover. The Group believes

you are never alone, despite your life's challenges. They share the message through gospel singing and music and preaching the Bible which they believe is the Word of God. “No problem is ever bigger than God”, it was explained. “It was long journey for the Group. I have a heart for helping and I don't like seeing people living with difficulties. Be that phy-

sically, health-wise or emotionally”, Gabriel explained in an interview with namib times. The group's mission is to visit orphanages, prisons, hospitals, old age homes and schools. “The idea of starting a group like this was born when I was very young. However, I think it was just not the right time to come up with the Group, because I was not equipped”, Jacob fur-

ther explained how his vision went from idea to action. Jacob believes that God has been preparing him. He went on by proclaiming: “God blessed me on 17 July 2016, when I shared the long dream I had with my wife. And it became reality”. Adding, the group is yet to be launched

officially. The launch is scheduled for the foreseeable future. The group will continue to focus on activities such as singing and performances, preaching the Bible and hosting crusades. One key area of focus would be to encourage school going children to do well at school and complete

school. Education is the essential foundation to adult life, believes the Group. The Group will also visit hospitals, prisons and old age homes to encourage those who face hardship and abandonment in those segments of society and to help carry the message across that

the time has come to defeat Gender Based Violence in all spheres of Namibian society. And, Jacob revealed with much enthusiasm: we plan to record a CD. “The Group is blessed with talented singers and this all is only the beginning of bigger things”.


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An der Atlantikküste,in der Namibwüste Unbekannte Schönheiten: Überlebenskünstler Flechten Namib Wüste (mw). „Lichen field“. Was für ein Name für dieses Naturwunder: Sie halten Temperaturen bis über 80°C aus und holen ihren Wasserbedarf fast ausschließlich aus dem Nebel. Sie wachsen auf Büschen, Felsen, ja selbst auf den Steinchen der gravel roads. Und sogar auf in der Wüste weg geworfenen Glasscherben sind schon Flechten gefunden worden. Flech -ten (engl.: lichen) bestehen aus zwei völlig unterschiedlichen Organismen, die sehr eng miteinander leben, nämlich in einer Symbiose. Es ist ein Pilz, ein sogenannter Myko-

biont, der in einer Partnerschaft mit einer Grünalge, einem sogenannten Cyanobakterium, lebt. Da sie zum Leben Wasser benötigen, aber in der Wüste kaum Wasser durch Regen vorhanden ist, saugen sie Wasser aus Nebel und Tau wie ein Schwamm auf. Die berühmte Flechte Teloschistes capensis kann sogar bei einer Luftfeuchtigkeit von nur 82% wachsen und gedeihen. In der Namib Wüste sind bisher etwa 120 Flechten Arten beschrieben worden, viele von ihnen sind selten, und eine große Anzahl ist hier sogar endemisch. Es gibt – je nach Aussehen Krustenflechten, Blattflechten und Strauchflechten. Ihre Farbpalette reicht von orangen über

Die schwarze Xanthoparmelia namibiensis findet man überwiegend auf Quarzsteinen. Diese weit verbreitete Art lebt in der Namib in einem Küstenstreifen von über 40km Breite. Martin Weigand

roten hin zu grünlichen oder grauen Fruchtkörpern. Auch die Farbe schwarz ist reichlich vertreten. Flechten gehören zu den ältesten Lebewesen überhaupt, viele hundert Jahre Alter sind keine Seltenheit, und in Einzelfällen können sie sogar bis zu mehreren tausend Jahren alt werden. Weltweit gibt es ca. 25.000 Arten. Da sie die in der Luft/im Nebel enthaltenen Schadstoffe praktisch direkt aufnehmen, reagieren sie sehr schnell auf Umweltverschmutzungen. Sie gehören damit zu den sogenannten Zeigerorganismen, d.h. sie sind Lebewesen, durch deren Vorkommen auf bestimmte Umweltfaktoren zurück geschlossen werden kann. Hier in

unserer Namib Wüste kann man sich sogar an der Himmelsrichtung orientieren, in die Flechten auf den Steinen wachsen. Die Caloplaca elegantissima beispielsweise wächst auf der Nord-Ost Seite der Steine. Wer sich mehr mit unseren einheimischen Flechten befassen möchte, dem ist das Bestimmungsbuch „Lichens of the Namib Desert“ von Volkmar Wirth zu empfehlen, an dem u.a. auch die Swakopmunderin Elke Erb mitgewirkt hat. Es ist im Klaus Hess Verlag erschienen und in den hiesigen Buchhandlungen und im Museum Swakopmund erhältlich. Martin Weigand

Lappiesfontein An der Stelle, an der heute das Aquarium steht, gab es den ersten Zeltplatz in Swakopmund mit dem Namen “Lappiesfontein“. Die Stadtverwaltung hatte ihn zusammen mit dem Kurausschuss zur Saison errichtet. In der Nähe des Zeltplatzes wurden früher auch Märkte von Inländern abgehalten, so z.B. für Hühner und Bokkies oder auch für Felle und Leder, auf dem auch die frühere „Swakopmund Tannary“ ihren Bedarf für die Vellies deckte. Das Foto stammt aus der Zeit vor 1970 und wurde von Annelise Ahrens eingesandt. Martin Weigand

Caloplaca elegantissima (hier in Gesellschaft mit anderen Flechten) fällt durch die rosettenförmig angeordnete Struktur in leuchtender orange-roter Farbe auf. Sie ist endemisch in Süd-West Afrika.

Die Martin Luther Lok aus dem Jahr 1896 ist im gleichnamigen Museum und Vintage Farm Stall an der B2 vier km außerhalb Swakopmunds Richtung Usakos zu besichtigen. Martin Weigand

Martin Luther in neuem Glanz Swakopmund (mw) Von außen ist es nicht unbedingt sehr einladend, aber innen wird man angenehm überrascht: Das Martin Luther Museum fährt nun „zweigleisig“, in der Mitte steht die strahlende alte Martin Luther Lok, geputzt und poliert, und drum herum allerlei Vintage- und auch Trödelware zum Verkauf. Als vor einem Jahr der Evangelisch Lutherische Weltbund seine Vollversammlung anlässlich der 500-Jahr Feier der Reformation in Windhuk abhielt, wollten viele Besucher die Martin Luther Lok besichtigen. Da hatten Odette und Esté aus Outjo die Gelegenheit ergriffen und das Museum – das fast vier Jahre lang geschlossen war – wieder eröffnet und gleichzeitig auch als Shop genutzt. Der Raum ist sehr sauber und gepflegt, die Lok steht in der Mitte, drumherum sind die alten Fotos drapiert, die aus hygienischen Gründen

nicht direkt auf dem Boden stehen. Die Verkaufsartikel, wie z.B. alte Silberlöffel aus Rhodesien, selbst Eingemachtes oder auch Modeschmuck, sind im ganzen Raum verteilt, nehmen jedoch nicht die Sicht auf das Museumsstück. Und an den Wänden hängen alte, aber dekorative Kleidungsstücke aus der Zeit um 1800. Wir freuen uns,

dass dieses schöne Stück aus dem Winterschlaf erweckt wurde und, liebe Swakopmunder, macht Euch bitte selber ein Bild davon und kommt, das Museum besuchen. Der Eintritt ist frei, und wem's gefällt, der kann auch ein schönes selbstgemaltes Bild von Odette kaufen. Martin Weigand

Möchten Sie die Leser wissen lassen, welche spezielle Haushaltskleidung Sie tragen? Melden Sie sich bei Martin Weigand: Cell: 081 600 5131; email: weigandm@gmx.de


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An der Atlantikküste,in der Namibwüste CAPE CROSS

Was ist des Weltalls Majestät? Unfaßliche Erhabenheit, wonach der Geist verlangend späht auf Brücken über Raum und Zeit.

Das Kreuz am Cape Cross erinnert an die Landung des Portugiesers Diego Cao im Jahr 1485. Martin Weigand

Was durch die Seele ahnend klingt in stiller Nacht, ward hier Gestalt. Und unser kleines Ich versinkt vor einer Schöpfung Urgewalt. aus: Cuno Hoffmeister, Sterne über der Steppe, Leipzig 1955

Swakopmunder Hospiz schließt die Pforten

Es ist mir aufgefallen... ...dass in diesem unseren Lande, meiner Wahlheimat Namibia, die Kinder gegenüber den Erwachsenen mehr Respekt zeigen als in meinem Geburtsland Deutschland. Dies beobachte ich überall im täglichen Leben – sei es auf der Straße, sei es bei meinen Besuchen in den Schulen oder sonstwo. Es sind nicht nur Nuancen im Unterschied, sondern es ist sehr auffallend. Ich habe den Eindruck, dass hier in Namibia die Familien, sprich Eltern und Großeltern, auf der einen Seite, und die Schule auf der anderen Seite „an einem Strang ziehen“, und sei es unbewusst. Es herrscht in der Gesellschaft die Tradition vor, dass man den Älteren oder insgesamt Respektspersonen gegenüber, höflich auftreten soll, ohne unterwürfig zu sein. Diese Einstellung ist leider in Deutschland zum großen Teil abhanden gekommen. Schüler treten gegenüber dem Lehrpersonal oft unver-

schämt auf (entsprechende Meldungen in der Presse schrecken in letzter Zeit verstärkt auf), die Lehrer „kämpfen auf verlorenem Posten“, da sie seitens der Eltern oftmals keine Unterstützung erhalten. Im Gegenteil, man macht ihnen noch Vorwürfe, wenn sie Kinder deutlich auf falsches Verhalten hinweisen. Über die Gründe mag man unterschiedlicher Meinung sein: ist es einfach nur die Folge der völligen antiautoritären Erziehung, die nach Weltkrieg II begann, oder etwa das übertriebene „Selbstverwirklichungsstreben“, das soweit geht, dass bereits in Kitas oder Kindergärten den Kindern kein Wunsch verwehrt wird, um es etwas überspitzt zu formulieren. Wie oder was auch immer, die Folge ist, dass die Kinder im späteren Leben, spätestens aber, wenn der Eintritt in die Berufsausbildung oder das Arbeitsleben beginnt, massive Probleme haben, sich an-

zupassen. Ich selber habe diese Erfahrung bei meiner ehrenamtlichen Tätigkeit in einer verbands- ähnlichen Organisation in Deutschland gemacht (hier waren mehrere Hundert Betriebe organisiert), dass wir nämlich aus genau diesem Grund mit vielen Jugendlichen Schwierigkeiten hatten, nicht nur wegen schlechter schulischer Ausbildung (das ist ein anderes Thema!), sondern wegen fehlender Bereitschaft oder Unvermögen, sich an das Berufsleben bzw. an die allgemeinen gesellschaftlichen Normen anzupassen. Hoffentlich bleibt uns diese gesunde Einstellung in Namibia noch möglichst lange erhalten! Martin Weigand

Lateinische Lebensweisheiten – audiatur et altera pars: es soll auch der andere Teil bzw. die andere Seite angehört werden! Dies ist einer der Grundsätze der Rechtsprechung. Um nicht zu einem vorschnellen, also zu einem Vorurteil, und damit oft falschen Urteil zu kommen, sollte man - also jeder von Uns (!) - vor einer endgültigen Beurteilung einer Sachlage alle Aspekte der Situation betrachten und abwarten, bis auch die andere Seite, also in der Regel der mutmaßliche „Täter“, sich geäußert hat. In unserem Zeitalter der sozialen Netzwerke hat sich leider verstärkt die Unsitte verbreitet, dass oft nach dem Augenschein be- bzw. geurteilt wird. Eine Person gibt die Meinung vor und die meisten hängen sich dann daran – ohne den eigenen Kopf einzuschalten und ohne zu wissen, wie es wirklich war.

Scheckübergabe an das Johanniter Hilfswerk. Kurt Johannesson, Liesel Koepp, Klaus Kuhn, Brigitta von Somnitz (von links). Nach 10 Jahren ehrenamtlicher Tätigkeit unter der Leitung von Annetha Botha (Gründerin) und Liesel Koepp musste der Swakopmunder Hospizverein Ende Mai 2018 schließen. Grund für die Vereinsauflösung

ist mangelndes Interesse an dieser Tätigkeit, ein Umstand, der vielerorts große Nachwuchssorgen hervorruft. Das noch vorhandene Guthaben aus Mitgliedsbeiträgen sowie Spenden in Höhe von insgesamt ca. 26.000NAD wurde

in Anwesenheit von Kurt Johannesson und Brigitta von Somnitz, Präsident b z w . Vo r s t a n d Johanniter Hilfswerk, von der Vorsitzenen des Hospizvereins Swakopmund, Liesel Koepp an den Vorsitzenden des Johanniter Hilfswerks Swakop-

und, Klaus Kuhn, ü b e rg e b e n . D a s Geld soll für Erste Hilfe Lehrgänge und Ausbildungsmaterial verwendet werden. Kurt Johannesson, bedankte sich vielmals bei Liesel Koepp für die Spende. Martin Weigand

Martin Weigand

Wortspiele der Woche – Wenn Schwimmen schlank macht, was machen Blauwale falsch? – Wenn die Stiftung Warentest Vibratoren testet, ist dann „befriedigend“ besser als „gut“?

– Wenn ein Schäfer seine Schafe verhaut, ist er dann ein Mähdrescher? – Welche Farbe bekommen Schlümpfe, wenn man sie würgt?


16 NAMIB TIMES NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In the High Court of Namibia Windhoek – Main Division CASE NO: HCMD-CIV-ACTCON-2017/00696 In the matter between: Gruhn Builders CC Execution Creditor and JJD Earthmoving & Construction CC

8 JUNE 2018 Execution Debtor

In execution of a Judgement against the above Defendant granted by the above Honourable Court on 1 June 2017 the following goods will be sold in Execution on 6 July 2018 at 10h00 at the following address: No. 130, 6th Street, Walvis Bay, Republic of Namibia: “Voetstoots and Cash” to the highest bidder,

WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Selfcatering Unit (Unit 1) ON ERF: 101 Dolphin Beach TOWNSHIP: Dolphin Beach STREET: Cnr Damara Tern & Kelp Gull. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, the undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Self Catering on the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 106D, 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 29 June 2018. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): G Boshoff, P O Box 109, Walvis Bay

viz: 8 x Filing cabinets

6 x Office tables 20 x Chairs 4 x Computer unit sets wit speakers 3 x Small Tables 1 x lsensyn Printer 1 x Roostool measuring tape 1 x Dumping level unit set 1 x Siemens telephone system 2 x HP Printers 1 x Boardroom Tables 2 x Bar fridges (white) 1 x Toshiba Laptop 1 x 3 Piece Lounge Suite 1 x Canon Printer 1 x HP Printer 1 x Logitech computer Speakers 1 x JVC Flat Computer Screen 1 x HP Computer Mouse 1 x Toshiba Portable Hard Drive 1 x Sony Flat screen Television 1 x DSTV Player with speakers Samsung 1 x Coffee Table x L-Shape Lounge Suite Unit 1 x Russel Hobbs Percolator 1 x White Bar Fridge 1 x LG Microwave 1 x White door Freezer 1 x Red Trailer x Gazebo Assorted Vehicle Tyres Assorted Vehicle Parts & Accessories Assorted Motor Cycle

Parts & Accessories 1 x Sports Vehicle (black/green/orange) 6 x Trojan Gym Sport Equipment 4 x Red Toolboxes with Tools 1 x Homemade Metal Table 4 x Shelves with parts, Tools & Electrical Equipment 1 x Blue Trailer 3 x Wooden Boxes with Tools & Parts 1 x Homemade table with Bench grinder 1 x Big Drill Press 1 x Homemade table 2 x Jacks 1 x Makita Grinder 4 x Engines & Parts 4 x Metal Lockers 1 x Homemade Table 1 x Puma Compressor 1 x Diesel Tank on Trailer 1 x Blue Compressor 1 x Homemade Table 1 x Blue Trolley with Parts on 1 x Black Toolbox 1 x Industrial Lift (Vehicle FCA) 1 x Oil Drum 3 x Gas Bottles 1 x Vehicle Top in Wood box 1 x Blue Generator on Wheels 2 x Kumatso Stampers 1 x Yellow Great Can Assorted Building materials

1 x Yellow Generator 1 x Yellow Stand Lamp 1 x Yellow Mixer 1 x Generator Trolley 1 x Luigong TLC 1 x Luigong Loader Assorted Construction Equipment Assorted metal plastic and wood products and pipes Assorted Road Boards 1 x White Nissan 4x4 Offroad vehicle – Registration No: N5812WB 1 x Dressing Table 1 x Tigra V8 Black – Registration No: N103-305W 1 x Red Racing Vehicle (JJD Racing) 1 x White Ford Ranger – Registration No: N JJD 22 NA 3 x Beiben Trucks Poverstar (No Registration) 1 x Beiben Truck Poverstar – Registration No: N17818WB 1 x Beiben Truck Poverstar – Registration No: N17817WB 1 x Beiben Truck Poverstar – Registration No: N17820WB 1 x Beiben Truck Poverstar – Registration No: N17815WB Dated at Walvis Bay on 5 June 2018. J H OLIVIER JAN OLIVIER & CO Legal Practitioners For Plaintiff 131 Sam Nujoma Avenue Walvis Bay (REF: JHO/mm/GRU2/0010)


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NOTICE Please take note that Van Der Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties CC on behalf of the owner/s of Erf 5, Vineta herewith intend to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for the following: REZONING OF ERF 5, VINETA, SWAKOP-MUND FROM “SINGLE RESIDENTIAL'' WITH A DENSITY OF 1:600m² TO ''GENERAL BUSINESS” Any person having any objection against such application should lodge their objection/s in writing within 14 days of the last publication to both the Chief Executive Officer of the Swakop-mund Municipality and the applicant during nor-mal business hours. Closing date for objections or comments is 29 June 2018. Applicant: v/d Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties cc Tel: Email:

081 122 4661 / 081 244 4441 andrew.namfu@gmail.com/ winvdw@gmail.com P O Box 1598, Swakopmund

REZONING APPLICATION NOTICE Rezoning: From Single Residential: 1/300m² to General Residential 1 density:1/100m2 Location: Erf 1102, Nangolo Mbumba Drive, Walvis Bay In terms of the Walvis Bay Town Planning Scheme, notice is hereby given that Stewart Planning intends to apply to the Municipality of Walvis Bay for permission to rezone erf 1102 Walvis Bay from 'Single Residential': density 1/300m² to 'General Residential 1': density 1:100m2 to erect twelve (12) dwelling units on the ±1,250m2 site. In terms of the Municipality's long term plan the site is also suitable to be rezoned to permit full General Business business rights. Particulars of this application may be inspected during normal office hours at Town Planning, First Floor, Room 101, Civic Centre, Nangolo Mbumba Drive, Walvis Bay. Any persons having any objection or comments to the approval of the rezoning application may lodge such objection together with grounds thereof, with the Municipality of Walvis Bay and Stewart Planning, in writing, not later than FRIDAY 22 JUNE 2018. MUNICIPALITY: Manager: Town Planning Section Private Bag 5017 Walvis Bay hhitula@walvisbaycc.org.na 064 201 3339

APPLICANT: Stewart Planning P. O. Box 2095 Walvis Bay bruce@sp.com.na 064 280 770

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WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Home Based Business (Cash Loan) ON ERF: 3944TOWNSHIP: Kuisebmond STREET: Coris Street. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, the undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Cash Loan on the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 106D, 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 29 June 2018. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): N D Ngonga, P O Box 4255, Walvis Bay

WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Home Based Business (Cash Loan) ON ERF: 4383 TOWNSHIP: Kuisebmond STREET: House No.38 Karlhagendorn Street. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, the undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Cash Loan on the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 106D, 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 29 June 2018. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Yolanda Bamm, P O Box 2017, Walvis Bay, Karlhagendorn Street

NOTICE Please take note that Van Der Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties CC on behalf of the owner/s of Erf 9794, Extension 24, Swakopmund herewith intend to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for the following: REZONING OF ERF 9794, EXTENSION 24, SWAKOPMUND FROM “GENERAL RESIDENTIAL 2'' WITH A DENSITY OF 1:250m² TO ''GENERAL BUSINESS” Any person having any objection against such application should lodge their objection/s in writing within 14 days of the last publication to both the Chief Executive Officer of the Swakop-mund Municipality and the applicant during normal business hours. Closing date for objections or comments is 29 June 2018. Applicant: v/d Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties cc Tel: Email:

081 122 4661 / 081 244 4441 andrew.namfu@gmail.com / winvdw@gmail.com, P O Box 1598, Swakopmund

MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY An equal opportunity Employer The Municipal Council of Walvis Bay offers the following opportunity to Namibian Citizens DEPARTMENT OF WATER WASTE & ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT

FOREMAN: RETICULATION RE-ADVERTISEMENT (PATTERSON GRADE LEVEL C3) Purpose of the Job: To ensure the effective, efficient and safe operation of the Sewerage Reticulation network, including the maintenance of all pumps and related equipment. Key Performance Areas · Sewerage reticulation network · Sewer pump stations · Removal of blockages · Planning · Administration and housekeeping · Staff supervision and safety Qualifications and Experience · Grade 12 (minimum 23 points) plus 7 years' experience in Waste Water Reticulation of which at least 3 years should have been in a supervisory position OR · 3 year Certificate in Waste Water Reticulation or Trade Diploma in Fitting & Turning plus 5 years' experience in Water Waste Reticulation OR · A 3 Year Diploma in Waste Water Reticulation or Trade Diploma in Fitting & Turning plus 3 years' experience in Water Waste Reticulation. AND · Code BE Driving License Closing date: Friday, 29 June 2018 Remuneration The remuneration package will be market related, inclusive of competitive service benefits. Applicants are advised to apply by forwarding a cover letter, a comprehensive CV and certified copies of qualifications and any other relevant documents to: The Manager: Human Resources Private Bag 5017 Walvis Bay Hand delivered applications can be submitted at the entrance of the main building (front desk of the Security Officer) or via Courier Services to Municipality of Walvis Bay, Nangolo Mbumba Drive, Civic Centre, Walvis Bay. Further information is obtainable from the Assistant HR Practitioner, Mr Absalom N Iiyambo at telephone number 064-2013231. E-mail and fax applications are not acceptable NOTICE NO: MWB-079/2018


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PLEASE! We are in need of your unused Building materials / half tins of paint / unused interlocks / bricks. We will come and collect it at your home. We thank you in advance. NAMIB PRIMARY SCHOOL 081 208 5331

CAR KEYS: We program & supply new & spare keys, program 2nd hand ECU’s & air bag ECU’s, all cars make & models. For a free quote contact: RDJ SERVICES & SUPPLIES. SMS / CALL WHATSAPP: 0813746444

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COURSES SEWING COURSES: O.D Trading Enterprises is offering sewing courses, Tuesdays and Fridays at erf 1566 Mahetago, Swakopmund. For more info Mrs O.Doeses: 081 273 5953

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Dr. Jumah The Witchdoctor Practising as: Jumah African Traditional Healing Methods He is an expert and experienced Traditional medicines and practitioner of herbs of different types He is an expert and experienced in: Natural and artificial diseases, witchcraft and magical diseases, weather and created diseases, african and foreign diseases, love issues and problems, marriages and financial issues and problems, court cases, farm and home protection, livestock development and protection, body protection, confining and catching thieves, employment and business opportunities, luck and lucky charms, gambling and lotto, charms of any kind, talismanic rings and belts, sea workers protection, sea lag diseases and many more... Come in Walvis Bay town centre close to Multi save Shopping centre at Berani court in Hage Geingob street Consultation fee is N$ 100.00 Marriage counseling, stress and depression counseling, business counseling and consultation and plans are also done at a fee. Call today Dr. Jumah the witchdoctor of all times 081 880 5300 / 081 640 9818 Come and see the best doctor! You will live a healthy and successful life in 2018 and beyond! BRIAN FORD PIANO SERVICES: (Factory-trained piano rebuilder / technician / tuner) Hire, rental, repairs, regulating, tuning. Contact: 081 296 4154 Email: pianoworkford@ gmail.com

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VERSATILE BUSINESS SOLUTION CONSULTANCY CC Business plan (ordinary): 1 week - N$5000.00 2018 Fish quotas & fishing rights applications: N$7000.00 NGO’s, PTY, trustees registrations: N$6500.00 4 days only. Loan application DBN, SME, FNB (can assist without collateral) etc: 1 week - N$3500.00 Company registration Cc1 - N$2000.00 including TAX registration certificate letter of accounting officer, close corporation and social security etc - N$2000.00 Marriage dominical application: N$7000.00 Tax registration and good standing: 1 day N$200.00 TAX consultant, TAX / VAT returns & penalty waving / revisions / resubmision / refunds, financial statements N$3500.00 per financial year provisional N$500.00 Social security good standing & registration: 1 day - N$200.00 Work permits from 3 months up to 2 years N$7000.00 Assignments all levels of studies - N$550.00 & projects and researches N$1000.00 Tendering: Variable: N$1500.00 Logo designs: 1 day N$450.00 Contact: 081 853 2464 / 081 790 3998

PROFESSOR DR KANANJI I am here to solve and help people’s problems whoever has been disappointed from others, don’t give up, you still can make it. I solve all problems without fail and don’t delay, just come to me. You will be happy in all your life. I am a specialist in stopping divorce and make peace in your family. Menhood enlargement, results and more rounds in bed. Bring back lost lover and make him / her to marry you no matter what. Get luck charms for gambling, casino, lotto, betting and horses. Love powder to get the love, of your choice same time. Make your lover to think and dream about only. Stop your lover from cheating you and be honest. Come and borrow magic stick, wallet, rats, chikupi for bringing money in you life, get kalunga, Ngungusi to bring money in your house, account. Short boys to make you house. Chase away your bad luck, enemies and tokoloshes from your house. Get the job you want, promotion & double salary every time. Cleasse your money and become profitable in business. Contact: 081 758 2274

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YOUNG LEARNER OFFERS THE FOLLOWING SERVICES: Car cleaning, garden and yard cleaning and dog walks. Please support Emerson and call 081 297 7138 for a quote SMARTIES ACCOUNTANCY SOLUTION Company registration, bookkeeping, financial statements, management of accounts, cash flows, TAX / VAT (penalty wavering, TAX audit preparations, company profiles, tender application. Call: 081 284 0204 etango8687@gmail.com Walvis Bay DR BALA Pay after success Bring back your lost lover the same day, get married quickly to a man or woman of your choice, stop your partner from cheating and make him or her love only you, pregnancy problems, financial problems, get job and promotion, win gambling and casino, hips and breast enlargements, put attraction to your business and many more. Call: 081 326 7804 SERVICES: TULIKWAFENI BUSINESS CONSULTANT We do fishing quotas registration and complete the application, business registration, church registration, bookkeeping, business proposal, financial statement, fitness certificate, SME, good standing certificate and many more. Email: info@tulikwafeni.com Contact: 061 247 720 / 081 660 6584

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Do you need help with the following? Write up's for events, editing documents, proofread a document/s, type up documents, write obituaries, review of manuals/books I can assist you at a minimal fee, I have experience in the field. Contact me at: 0851245650 or email me at ankiez1981@gmail. com.na WANT TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS?? Now is the right time!!! Let us do your: !Company registration !Business plan !Financial projections !Loan applications !(DBN, SME, BANK etc..) !Tax solutions !Tender documents !Good standing / fitness certificates and so much more... Call the Professional business Consultants 081 144 2738 064 207 897

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LAUNDRY SERVICES We make your laundry our business. We do the following: Wash / Dry / Fold / Ironing/Steam. Special rates to our visitors in Swakopmund. We collect and deliver free of charge - Same day service! We are just a tinkle away. Call: 081 170 1546 081 250 4743 DR CHITAMBE Traditional doctor with a difference with a difference, he is in Walvis Bay, but can also be found in Windhoek, he travels all over Namibia upon invitation. Lost love, jobs, removing witchcraft, cleaning bad luck, lucky oil, lucky charms, broken marriages and love, cases, diseases plagues, sleepless nights, nightmares, translating dreams and bringing good life, stopping accidents, magic and bad omen. Call now Dr Chitambe: 081 259 5465 DB AGENCIES: Swakopmund Roadworthy, police clearance registrations, renewal of vehicle licences. N$ 350.00 Danie Murray: 081 336 2599 TRADITIONAL DOCTOR: Dr. S Jeke (The Best). Bad Luck Luck Muti - Love Problems - Marriage to keep your lover just for yourself - Work problems - Promotions - To get tenders and to boost your business - People don’t want to pay you back Pregnancy Problems Protection of Farms, Houses, Cars and Animals - Sexual transmitted sickness - all sickness Asthma, BP Remove to-koloshi from bodies, houses - Men’s power se-xuality Spiritual doctors in need of more spiritual powers, etc. House Nr.(79) 3191D, Johanna Benson Street Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay. Cell: 081 303 3149


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BITCLUB NETWORK PRSENTATIONS – WALVIS BAY Big Life Changing Investment Opportunity with more than 5 streams of Income. Join us for DAILY presentations on how to earn passive Income by investing in Bitcoin Mining. The following topics will be discussed; What is Bitcoin? What is Bitcoin Mining? What is Blockchain? What is Bitclub Network? Advantages of Mining Bitcoin with Bitclub Network. Confirmation of registration of Bitclub Network with Blockchain. Bitclub Network Members Training. Presentations are done DAILY Venue: Suuka Selfcatering, 243 Nangolo Mbumba Drive, Walvis Bay (in the street of police station in town) Monday to Friday – 18:00 to 19:30 Saturday – 13:00 to 15:00 Contact 081 659 6899, 081 334 4396, 081 261 7244 WALVIS BAY CANOPIES & LININGS New Beekman Canopies Available for: Ford extended cab N$14 500.00 Isuzu single cab N$15 000.00 Isuzu single cab exec N$17 000.00 Amarok single cab N$15 000.00 Amarok double cab exce - N$16 000.00 Hilux double cat up to 2014 - N$13 000.00 Np200 for - N$8500.00 Rear standard canopy glass for N$3500.00 We also repair canopies, sell canopy locks, do rubberizing, underbody, anti smash & grab window tinting and VPS paint protection. Call: 064 200 873 / 081 262 2820 CLEANING SERVICES Swakopmund Door to door we clean, offices, houses, gardens, 7 days a week 10:00 am - 16:00 pm everyday - Closed on Saturdays. We are just a tinkle away... Janine: 081 277 0623 081 170 1546

SERVICES TRADITIONAL DOCTOR KALENGA: He can help you through: Pregnancy - Education Court Cases - Love Affairs - Marriage Problems - Bad Luck - Businesses - Protection at Home - Removal of Tokoloshi - Mens’ Power Sexuality - Exams Job Problems etc. Walvis Bay & Swakopmund. Cell: 081 201 7887 Traditional doctor Traditional Doctor Banda Registered healer in Walvis Bay. Under nyasa herbals cc - He cast out spells: he heals diseases, instant results guaranteed, work calling back, lost lovers, work, promotion, attraction protection. He is very powerful. Get the job of your choice, get married keep your relationship faithful. Remove bad luck, chase away tokoloshes, pregnancy, win in life financial intelligence And business expansion. Size in men, women matters. Fortune telling. Call for appoinment +264 81 740 7321 DR VICTOR MZWIRE OSMAN For the first time ever, Dr Victor from Kirimanjaro Tanzania. If you tried and failed and you wanted to give up - here is he answer, love & relationship, business, work, lucky, difficult matters. Call for appointment and consultations. Call Dr Victor: 081 277 9626 DOCTOR NYAMBE Pay after success Bring back lost lover the same day, get married quickly to a man or woman of your choice, stop your partner from cheating make him or her love only you, pregnancy problems, enlargement from 5cm to 30cm, boost your breast - hips, win casino-gambling, financial problems, remove badluck with lyola, get job quickly and many more. Call: 081 368 7335 TUYOLENI RENOVATION AND MAINTENANCE: We specialize in the following: Building, Roof seal, Plumbing, tiling and painting Aluminium and glass Mr M.T.Shaningwa: 081 415 2260 P.O.Box 7633 Walvis bay Madam: P. Hainane: 081 296 2855 P.O.Box 1299 Swakopmund

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TO LET WALVIS BAY MEERSIG N$11 500 – Spacious 3 bed, 2 bath townhouse with double garage N$12 650 - Upmarket 3 bed , 2 bath with double garage N$18 000 – 3 bed , 2 bath house with double garage plus 2 bed, 1 bath flat with single garage CENTRAL N$7 000 – Newly build 3 bed , 2 bath townhouse with double garage N$11 500 – 3 bed, 2 bath house with 4 garages N$12 500 – 4 bed , 2 bath with garages w&e incl HERMES N$5 800 – 2 bed , 1 bath flat with single garage N$8 500 – 4 bed , 1 bath , with double garage w& e incl N$4 400 – 1 bed, 1 bath flat with parking space w&e incl N$3 650 – Bachelor flat with own bathroom w&e incl N$5 800 – 2 bed , 1 bath flat with single garage w incl N$5 500 – 2 bed , 1 bath flat with single garage N$6 000 – 3 bed , 1 bath house with single garage NARRAVILLE N$2 900 – 1 bed flat with own bathroom w&e incl N$4 500 – 2 bed , 1 bath house N$7 300 – 3 bed , 2 bath house with double garage KUISEBMUND N$4 250 – 2 bed , 1 bath with single ( w incl ) N$3 850 – 2 Bed , 1 bath with single garage N$2 000 – 1 bed, flat with own bathroom N$2 200 – Bachelor flat with own bathroom w&e incl N$2 530 – 1 bed , flat with own bathroom w incl N$2 800 – 1 bed, flat with own bathroom w&e incl INDUSTRIAL N$10 000 – 174 m² warehouse with an office N$10 500 incl VAT – 145m² office space (w incl) N$11 000 – 204m² warehouse with office Please call Rhoda 081 4131313 Talitha 081 3373669

PROPERTIES TO RENT To Let: Swakopmund Coastal Estates Central Flat 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Kitchen Lounge Braai on balcony Pre paid meter Garage - N$6 950.00 Town House 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Kitchen Lounge / Dining Room2 Garages - N$7 700.00 House 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Garages Outside braai Water included N$11 000.00 Office/ Shop Space Apex Park Ground Floor 82m² - N$6500.00 Call Jan: 081 270 8005 Hannes: 081 149 8777 Irma: 081 368 4469 TO RENT: A bachelor flat available at NHE Tamariskia with BIC and a big bathroom available: 01.07.2018 N$ 3300.00 p/m + deposit negotiatable. Imms: 081 287 7307 for viewing. TO RENT: Swakopmund, Tamariskia One bedroom, bgic, ceramic tiles Kitchen, bic, ceramic tiles Shower N$ 2 500.00 p/m Water incl. Pre paid electricity No deposit required Contact: 081 334 3464 TO RENT: A luxury 2 bedroom house / flat to rent, 50m away from the sea. Plus two single bedroom flat at the back of the house. Contact: 081 246 1254 / 081 124 0396 4 Bedroom House to rent in HAGE HEIGHT 4 Bedrooms, 4 bathrooms (3 en-suite), lounge, Kitchen, indoor braai area, outside braai area, big yard, pet friendly, with garden, outside toilet, double garage, prepaid electricity and water excluded. N$8500, deposit required. Contact: 081 295 3744 TO RENT: 2 Bedroom house with 2 bathrooms, garage and kitchen / lounge with boundary wall and alarm system, at New NamportKuisebmond (interlocks side), up for rent as of 1st July. For N$5500. W/E excluded! Contact 0813766560.

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Swakopmund Central N$6400 – 1 bed, 1 bath, kitchen, lounge, and single garage, No Animals, and No Smoking, Imm avail N$7000 – 2 bed, openplan kitchen / lounge, sunroom, 1 bath, 1 garage, avail imm N$7300 – 1 bed, 1 bath, o/p kitchen / lounge, basic furniture, with basement parking imm avail N$7500 - 2 bed, 1 bath, kitchen/lounge & 1 garage, imm avail No Animals N$8500 – 3 bed flat, 2 bath, o/p kitchen / lounge apartment with double garage, imm avail. No Animals Vogelstrand N$7900 - 2 Bed flat, 2 Bath, open-plan kitchen/lounge, balcony and BBQ, 1 garage Avail 1st of July 18 Vineta N$13 500 – 3 bed, 2 bath, guest toilet, open-plan kitchen / dining, lounge, double garage, imm avail Ocean View N$13 000 – 3 bed, 2 bath, o/p kitchen / lounge/dining, indoor BBQ, double garage house, with 2 bed flat, o/p kitchen/lounge and 1 bath, Imm avail N$15 300 – 3 bed, 3 bath, open-plan kitchen / lounge, indoor BBQ, double garage, Imm avail Tamariskia N$7300 - 3Bed, 1bath, kitchen, lounge, dining, and 1 garage, water incl. Avail imm N$8900 – 3bed, 1 bath, kitchen, dining, lounge with double garage, Langstrand N$7150 – 2 bed, 2 bath, open-plan kitchen / lounge, tandem garage, BBQ on deck imm avail N$7000 – 3 bed, 2 bath, open-plan kitchen / lounge, double garage, indoor BBQ, avail 1st July 18 Henties Bay N$6900 - 3 bed, 1 bath, open-plan kitchen/lounge, double garage, laundry, avail 1st of July 18 Arandis N$3650 - 2 bed, 1 bath, open-plan kitchen/lounge, imm avail Call Lucille at 081 169 6216, or 064 464 033

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CFS PROPERTIES CC SWAKOPMUND TO LET: HOUSE Tamariskia. 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, open plan kitchen/lounge/dining, bic, alarm, pre paid electricity, single garage, deposit required. Available 01/06/2018. N$7,250-00 HOUSE Kramersdorp. 2 Bedrooms, kitchen, diningroom, lounge,bic,1 full bathroom, guest toilet, tandem garage Alarm, burglar bars, outside toilet, deposit required. N$9,900-00 HOUSE Tamariskia. 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, open plan kitchen / lounge / dining, alarm , bic, pre paid electricity, no garage, deposit required. N$ 6,160-00 HOUSE Waterfront. 3 Bedrooms, 3 en-suite bathroom, open plan kitchen, scullery, lounge / dining, bic, alarm, double garage, pre-paid electricity, Indoor bbq & fireplace, entertainment area walking out on balcony, Spacious house, deposit required. N$ 11,000-00 Irene: 081 353 551 / 064 412320 email: irene@cfsnamibia.com

FLAT TO RENT: Kuisebmond 1x Bedroom flat, 4m big, open-plan kitchen, living room, big bathroom & toilet, warm water free. New NHE, erf 5583, Kuisebmond. Prepaid electricity, DSTV disc. Deposit required N$3000.00 Rent: N$3000.00 Contact Moureen: 081 392 8175 / 081 220 6677

Anzeige: Lagerflächen zu vermieten 18 km landeinwärts von Swakopmund; offene, überdachte und verschliessbare Lagerflächen, geeignet für Möbel, Ausrüstung, Güter, ganze Container, u.ä. 0855-604133 TO RENT: Walvis Bay, 69B, 6th Street Spacious 1 bedroom flat, open-plan kitchen / living room, full bathroom, single garage, alarm, prepaid electricity. N$5500.00 p/m + dep Water excluded. Immediately available, not pet friendly. Contact: 081 653 7990 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom flat to rent in Mondesa close to Woermann including water. N$ 4 500.00 p/m Contact: 081 612 6820 TO RENT KUISEBMUND. Bachelor Units (one big, open-plan room) with own bathroom! N$ 2500 rent per month incl water excl electricity. Max 4 people per room. Deposit required. Contact: 081 128 4088

TO RENT: Meersig 1 Bedroom flat, bathroom (shower). Contact: 085 564 1599 TOWNHOUSE TO RENT: 2 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, big sitting room, automatic garage, fitted kitchen with oven and cooking plates, built-in braai, built-in cupboards in the rooms, G4S alarm, prepaid electricity. Available immediately. Deposit: N$5000.00 (can be paid in 2 months) Rent: N$7000.00 Call for viewing: 081 347 6088 TO RENT: One bedroom flat to rent in Namport, Kuisebmond. With own bathroom, open-plan kitchen for N$3000.00 + deposit of N$2000.00. W+E included. Omuguluombashee Circle Street available. Contact: 081 286 2506 / 081 856 8528 TE HUUR: Baie netjiese, moderne, ruim 2 slaapkamer, eenheid in goeie area, naby privaat skole te huur. Verkieslik langtermyn kontrak en goeie huur verwysings sal voorkeur kry. Prys p/m N$7500.00, water ingesluit. Vanaf 1 Julie 2018. Skakel: 081 271 4188 TO RENT: Walvis Bay New 1 Bedroom flat, BIC, kitchen cupboards + stove, built-in braai, 1 garage, small garden, central, near W.P.H School. N$5500.00 + deposit - N$5500.00 Water + electricity included. 1 July 2018 Contact: 081 151 4488 / 081 732 4946 TO RENT: 64 Mermaid Str, Narraville Bachelor flat to rent. 1 Bedroom, kitchen and toilet. N$3000.00 + N$1000.00 deposit. W+E included. Immediately available. Contact: 081 231 7492


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Classifieds E-MAIL: smalls@namibtimes.net OR smallswk@namibtimes.net

PROPERTIES TO RENT

PROPERTIES TO RENT

PROPERTIES TO RENT

PROPERTIES TO RENT

SWAKOPMUND - TO LET - Vineta House - 3 bedrm, furnished, 2 garages, near mall N$12,000 pm Ocean View - 1 bedrm, bath, unfurnished, beautiful, no garage N$ 4500.00 p/m Mile 4 – unfurnished, 2 bedrm duplex, 2 bath ,1 gar - N$6700.00 p/m Vogelstrandt – 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 gar, 50 m from beach, pool - N$8800 Venita – 3 bedroom 2 bath,4 gararges, pet friendly, 1 bedrm flat N$13 500 pm Langstrandt – furnished bachelor with garage N$ 5500 pm Swakopmund – For Sale Vineta – ext - new mod home nearing completion “GOOD INVESTMENT” N$ 1.9 mil MILE 4 – Duplex 3 bedroom 2 bath, 2 gar, court yard, alarm, safe complex N$ 1.6 mil Vogelstrandt –“ VALUE FOR YOUR INVESTMENT N$ 2.3 mil ” 3 bedrooms,3 bath, 2 guest toilets, 2 garages. Large yard,duplex unit, Inside braai, large balcony, seaview, 200m from sea. JP VAN DER WALT 081 127 273/ 6 jpvdw@iway.na CAPRICORN ESTATES

ROOM TO RENT: Walvis Bay, Kuisebmond, nearby Kabeljou 1x Large bedroom with small kitchen and inside toilet. N$2600.00 p/m W+E included. Contact: 081 437 8142 / 081 258 8548

Zu Vermieten: VINETA 3 Schlafzimmer Haus,Kueche - “Open plan” Ess-Wohnzimmer, Badezimmer, Doppelgarage mit Elektomotor, Alarm, schooner Garten, 9000,/Monat plus Stadtverwaltung Kosten, Deposit N$ 12 000. - ab 01.07.2018 Tel: 081 1288276

TO RENT: Kabeljou Str A bachelor flat with own shower and toilet to rent. Single person. Water and Electricity included. N$1000.00 deposit + N$2000.00 p/m Contact: 081 432 2805

TO RENT: Narraville, Evergreen Street. 2 Bedroom flat with BIC, bathroom, kitchen, lounge / diningroom, outside BBQ. W+E included. Monthly rent: N$4750.00 + deposit. Available from 1 June 2018 Contact: 081 142 6755 / 081 222 0235

Malakia Properties TO LET - NHE 2 Bedrooms, bathroom Open-plan Kitchen N$4400.00, W/ including 3 Bedrooms bic, 2 bathrooms and kitchen. N$ 5500.00 W/L Excl OLWETWENI 2 bedrooms, bathroom kitchen, lounge, tandem garage. Alarm system N$5500.00. W/L Excl JABULANI 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms kitchen bic stove, lounge and parking area. N$5000,00 W/L Excl TULINAWA 1 bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. N$ 2800.00 W/ Including 2 Bedrooms, bathroom kitchen and lounge N$4500.00. W/ Incl TAMARISKIA 2 Bedrooms, bathroom open-plan kitchen and garage N$4500.00 W/Incld MAHETAGO 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms kitchen , lounge, single garage. N$ 5500,00 W/Inclusive MONDESA Rooms from N$1760.00 to N$2500.00 1 bedroom, bathroom kitchen. N$ 2700.00 W/ Incl 2 bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen N$ 3600.00 W/ Inclusive 2 bedrooms, bathroom lounge, kitchen and boundary wall N$ 4500.00. W/ Incl MATUTURA 2 Bedrooms bic, bathroom kitchen. N$ 3700.00 W/L Excl KUISEBMOND KABELJOU 2Bedrooms bic, bathroom Kitchen and Lounge N$4700.00 W/L Excl ARANDIS 1bedroom, bathroom and kitchen. N$2300.00 W/Incl All Dep-required Office 064-406783 Cell: 081 297 7253 Cell: 081 397 2207 Accommodation available for: I am looking for a single lady with sober habits: To share a two bedroom flat in Narraville. It's an open plan kitchen with build in cupboards in the kitchen and main bedroom, and own back yard. N$3000.00 per month (W& E included) Available from: 1st July 2018 Viewing can be done after 17H00 from Monday to Friday Contact: 081 579 4065 / 081 306 5880

KUISEBMOND WALVIS BAY Newly built houses ~ 2 Bed, 1 bath without garage from N$ 630 000.00 ~ 2 Bed, 1 bath with garage from N$ 690 000.00 ~ 3 Bed, 2 bath without garage from N$ 750 000.00 ~ 3 Bed, 2 bath with garage from N$ 825 000.00 Located within Walking Distance from beach Each house on its own 300m² to 525m² plot Call Claudia at 0811696227 to book viewing or for more information!

To rent in Walvis Bay behind Laerskool 1 Bedroom flat with own entrance, kitchen and shower room, 1 garage, own pet friendly yard. Water and electricity included. To rent for N$5200 per month, N$5000 - deposit required! Available immediately For more info message 081 277 9268 TO RENT: Narraville, Sunbird str 2x Two bedroom flats, both with shower, both openplan, both with garage. Water and electricity included. Price: N$5000 p\m each Contact: 081 289 7097 / 081 141 0419

TO RENT: Meersig 2 Bedroom house, sun room, sitting room, open-plan kitchen, double garage & big yard (fits 8 trucks). N$10 000.00 p/m + deposit. Water excluded & prepaid electricity. Contact: 081 333 3625

TO RENT: 2 Bedroom house to let in Matutura, Swakopmund. N$4000.00 p/m Water included Deposit - N$4000.00 Contact: 081 124 8739 / 081 294 9278 TO RENT: Kruis Str, no 10, Narraville, Walvis Bay Semi attached house. 2x Bedroom, spacious open-plan sitting room, kitchen with bathroom. Nearby Woermann Shopping centre. Electricity included. N$4500.00 p/m Contact: 081 140 6655 FOR SALE 2 Bedroom free standing townhouse in Hermes, very quiet area. Open-plan lounge, dining area and kitchen, single garage, built-in cupboards, one spacious bathroom, newly renovated interior, spacious yard, pet friendly, alarm installed. N$1,100 000.00 Only serious buyers, please contact: 081 200 6543

TE HUUR: Walvisbaai 900m² Erf, sentraal, hoë mure, 4m hek, besigheidsregte Skakel: 081 169 6640 TO RENT: Narraville Flats available in Narraville Water & electricity included flats. Contact: 081 200 6172

Bachelor flat to rent in Hermes Bachelor flat to rent in Hermes, with built in oven, stove and cupboards, fan, complimentary DSTV connections, very neat and cozy. N$ 4,500.00 p/m (Water & Electricity included), no garage and not pet friendly. Life time rental opportunity!!! Contact details: Constance @ 0811248112

TO RENT: Walvis Bay Industrial Area Syncrolift 2nd Street East Office space and warehouse available. Contact: 081 124 3904

VACANT ERF FOR SALE ARANDIS 02 JULY @ 18H00 WINDHOEK COUNTRY CLUB Duly instructed by the Executor, JJ Meuwesen as Nominee of F M Oehl Trust CC and as such Executor in the Estate of the Late GSS Yusuf, will Namagri Properties sell, by means of Public Auction: Erf 181 Arandis. Erf Description: Erf 181, 428m² Fully Serviced Vacant Land For Enquiries Please Contact: Alex McDonald +264 81 128 6821 Mara-lee Doiseb +264 81 142 0137 Email: property@namagri.com

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

CLOSING TIME: 10:00 day prior to publication

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

SMALL B & B FOR SALE OMARURU 3 bedroom main house plus 2x 2 bedrooms, guestroom, garage, 1600m² Small pool N$ 1 495 000.00 neg Email: toptrade 3000@gmail.com

HOUSE FOR SALE IN WALVIS BAY Large family house situated in a prime, quiet and safe residential area: 25 Bramwell Str, Cr. Peter Dixon Str. Adjacent to Lagoon park, near Lagoon and Venus shopping centre. 4 Bedrooms (main bedroom with en-suite bathroom), second bathroom, separate toilet. Spacious lounge, kitchen with many cupboards, scullery, separate laundry, large entertainment room with “Binne Braai” (BBQ 36,0 m²), granny flat (43,23m²) with bathroom and kitchenette, tandem garage 13,23m (50,5m²). Passage and lounge walls clad with wood panels. Alarm system and burglar bars on entrance doors and all windows. Well established and maintained garden and lawn. Fig and Mulberry trees in yard. Paved (interlocks) back and front yards. For more information or to arrange viewing contact: 081 248 4674 / 081 274 4721 / 064 202 734 N$2,950,000 negotiable Email: friedhelm@lud wiger.com / renate@ ludwiger.com

WALVIS BAY 4 Bedroom, 3 full Bathroom Double Storey house, with open plan Kitchens & Garages, with Floor Size 283m², Fully Furnished, Indoor BBQ, Dressing room, Scullery. N$ 2 200 000.00 Bargain not to be Missed!! Claudia 081 169 6227 FOR SALE Narraville Sole Mandate Beautiful, very spacious house, in a nice area: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, big kitchen, diningroom, sitting room, garage. N$1150 000.00 only Call: Saloom 081 382 1888 Gold Palace Property Centre

KUISEBMOND Newly-built 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with open-plan kitchen, dining / lounge with garage & stoep. Own 300m² erf. N$925 000.00 Claudia 081 169 6227 USAKOS HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER Erf no 221 Rogan Str, 639m² - 2 Bedrooms, bathroom, enclosed stoep room, lounge, diningroom, kitchen & outside porch with single garage, outbuilding with toilet, fully fenced. N$550 000.00 neg Contact: 081 129 8848 FOR SALE: Erf for sale in Ocean View close to Spar Complex Size 1177 N$ 1 200 000.00 Contact: 081 612 6820 FOR SALE: 3 Bedroom house for sale in Swakopmund, Mondesa Erf 3685, ext. 8 N$ 760 000.00 cost excluded Contact Ms Gideon: 081 250 8488 FOR SALE: 3 bedroom house for sale in Arandis with garage. N$ 390 000.00 Contact: 081 223 1395 / 081 311 3619

FOR SALE: Residential plot for sale in Arandis. N$128 400.00 Contact Tupavali: 081 382 0277

BUSINESS FOR SALE BUSINESS FOR SALE Restaurant in Walvis Bay, fully equipped. As running concern, registered in CC. Special liquor license. Ideal location, 76 seats including bar + outside. Low rent + overheads, good turn over. Price reduced! Contact: 081 223 7899

ACCOMMODATION

CARS FOR SALE: 2008 Volvo Truck + 3 axel trailer. N$260 000.00 excluding VAT Contact: 081 285 9657 CAR SALE: Nissan extra / 4x4 N$90 000.00 Mazda 6 - N$45 000.00 Polo Hachtbach N$65 000.00 BMW 318 2004 Stasiwa N$45 000.00 Audi A62.8 - N$50 000.00 And we are looking for 2016 - 2017 bakkies and any car sale at N$30 000.00 Golf TSI - N$95 000.00 Contact: 081 712 6159 FOR SALE: 2006 Peugeot 307 SW (local). Engine & gearbox 100% serviced. Minor repairs required on body & brakes/ suspension/ battery. N$ 20 000.00 as is_ bargain Contact: 081 845 3933 FOR SALE Garmin GPS Montana 600 N$6500.00 Towbar for Toyota Hilux up to 2015 - N$2700.00 Dometic Generator 2500W N$--------2cx 90W Solar Panels N$1100.00each Contact: 0811242630 Swakopmund

PROPERTIES WANTED WANTED: Urgently looking for a flat/house for sale. CASH! No agents! Budget is N$ ± 1.2million in Swakopmund or Langstrand. Contact: 081 246 1254

2016 Np200 63 000 km With Radio / CD N$110 000.00 Call: 081 262 2820


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Classifieds E-MAIL: smalls@namibtimes.net OR smallswk@namibtimes.net

CARS BARGAIN for a complete engine with gearbox in running condition for a Landrover Defender Tdi, V8. Neat in Walvis Bay at only N$25 000.00. Please call: 081 129 5646 / 081 331 4495 only serious buyers

FOR SALE

2013 Toyota Hilux Raider double cab 4x4 114 000 Km N$ 95 000.00 Call or Whatsapp: 081 578 1404

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE OV - HD DIGITAL SATELLITE TV (Use to be VIVID) The OV - HD decoder is now on world cup soccer special, watch the following channels for free: SABC 1, 2, 3, ETV, Emovies, BBC News and more. No monthly fees. Watch FIFA soccer world cup for free on SABC 1. All 64 matchers. From 14 June - 15 July 2018. Was - N$1300.00 Now - N$999.99 Free to Air Call: 081 259 0123

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE Garmin GPS Montana 600 N$6500.00 Towbar for Toyota Hilux up to 2015 N$2700.00 Dometic Generator 2500W N$--------2cx 90W Solar Panels N$1100.00each Contact: 0811242630 Swakopmund FOR SALE 1x Kelvinator build in stove & 4 plate hob black N$1850 1x Defy 610 smw multifunction stainless steel eye level build in oven N$ 1 500.00 3x Defy fridges from N$1650 1x Samsung sam 45 professional cash register thermal printer (no ink) like new N$3850.00 3x box tv, starting from N$650 8x fishing rods starting from N$350.00 Contact Swakopmund: 081 567 4522

WANTED

MIS: Groot sakke fyn kraalmis te koop. N$ 30.00 per sak Kontak: 081 758 4312

WANTED: I am looking for someone to rent me his / her transport license / permit paper. From Walvis Bay to Windhoek or from Swakopmund to Windhoek. Contact: 081 385 9563

TO HIRE TE KOOP: Dapple en miniatuur worshondjies te koop. Telefoon no: 081 285 7316 FOR SALE: Yamaha DT125 2010 MODEL motorcycle Roadworthy 2100 KM NAD 8000.00

HUUR ‘n TROKKIE 3,5 t / 4t Ek verwyder bou rommel / vullis / huistrekke / kantoor trekke. Enige tipe vragte. Bel my gerus. Ek laai self. Eugene: 081 611 1111

FOR HIRE: PARTY KIDZ SWAKOPMUND Jumping castles and water sides to hire. Contact: 081 242 7787

CLOSING TIME: 10:00 day prior to publication

VACANCIES

VACANCIES

JOBS WANTED

JOBS WANTED

JOBS WANTED

JOB ENTRY LEVEL TRAINING. Nursing assistant, Pharmacist assistant, Medical coding/billing, Medical Reception, Medical Administration, Child Day Care, Office Administration, Executive Secretarial & many more SMS/What's up Name & Course: Windhoek: 081 419 0718, 061 244794, Walvis Bay / Swakopmund: 081 271 2004 Ondangwa / Ongwediva/ Oshakati: 081 295 3458 info@globalinsti.com.

Vacancy for a qualified boiler maker, in Otjiwarongo. Applicants must have: Five years or more years experience as boiler maker, boilermaker construction welding experience, coded welding will be an advantage, proficient with necessary power and hand tools, design of schematics and blueprints, ability to work independently, driver's License is compulsory, experience of managing a team, excellent standards of quality control, experience of keeping accurate records. Send complete CV with Photo and References to Neil's Engineering Services cc. Email: admin@nesnamibia.com

JOB WANTED: I am a 31 year old lady, looking for domestic work or any kind of work, cleaning houses & offices and flats. I can also do laundry and working in a day-care. I have 7 years experience. I am a good lady, respectful. I can iron. From Monday to Friday’s or 3 days a week. I like children. I am a honest person. I can start immediately. In Walvis Bay. Contact: 081 410 1966

WERK GESOEK: Ek soek huiswerk, ek kan was en stryk en skoonmaak in Swakopmund van Maandag tot Vrydag. Skakel: 081 574 7543

JOB WANTED: I am looking for work in hotels, restaurants and bars, as a waitress, bar lady or cooking. Can also do cater and decorate for any events. I have experience in hospitality industry with contact able reference. I can start immediately. Week days at 6 o'clock until close and weekends and holidays. Queen: 081 293 0296

VACANCIES: The Wreck Restaurant is looking for suitable candidates to join our team and fill the following positions: Front of House: *Waiters The successful applicants will report directly to the Restaurant Manager and will be employed on a fixed term contract basis which will be explained during the interview. Applicants must comply with the following criteria: *Namibian Citizen/Permanent Residence *Must be absolutely passionate about people *Age Group 21+ *Bilingual (English & Afrikaans) *Experience in a similar field in a restaurant or hotel environment is a prerequisite! *Good people & communication skills and a team player *Be prepared to work on weekends, public holidays, etc *Be computer literate (Word, Excel, Outlook, Restaurateur/InnKeeper, POS) *Must have solid traceable references Applicants must personally hand in CV's at Beach Lodge, 1 Stint street, Vogelstrand, Swakopmund during office hours or email CV's to hr@the-wreck.com No telephonic enquiries or faxed CV's will be accepted! Only short listed applicants will be contacted for an interview!

Vacancy for a qualified mechanic With proven ability to work with a range of vehicles, in Otjiwarongo. Applicants must have: Five or more years experience as mechanic, ability in vehicle electrical systems and fault diagnostics, ability in pneumatic and hydraulic systems diagnostics and repair, ability to work independently, driver's License is compulsory, experience of managing a team, excellent standards of quality control, experience of keeping accurate records. Send complete CV with Photo and References to Neil's Engineering Services cc. Email: admin@nesnamibia.com

Vacancy for a qualified and experienced mechanical foreman in Otjiwarongo: Applicants must have: Five or more years experience as mechanical foreman, oversee and be responsible to assist the owner in all mechanical activities in and outside of the workshop, control man hours allowed for mechanical work, ensure all budgets are met or improved, ensure high standards of safety and quality are adhered to, assist the owner in running the workshop and field work in a safe manner and within budget and on time, must be able to work unsupervised and lead a team, driver's License is compulsory, excellent standards of quality control, experience of keeping accurate records Send complete CV with Photo and References to Neil's Engineering Services cc. Email: admin@nesnamibia.com

JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am a 25 year old lady, looking for domestic work. In Walvis Bay. Or any kind of work. Contact: 081 471 9715 JOB WANTED: I am 31 years old, looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay, town, Meersig, Lagoon, Narraville. Monday to Friday. I am a hardworking lady. I can start immediately. I can do cleaning and ironing very well. Contact: 081 481 2673 JOB WANTED: My name is Kafila Ngeve. I am 28 years old, looking for work like cleaning, restaurants, take-awya. I am in Walvis Bay. I am ready to start immediately. Contact: 081 280 2143 / 081 593 6776 JOB WANTED: I am a 24 year old lady, looking for domestic work. From Monday to Friday’s. I work very well. Contact: 081 429 1387

JOB WANTED: I am looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay or daycare for babies. I can start form 7 June 2018. Work must start 08:00 to 17:00. Go and come back home. Contact: 081 461 6380 JOB WANTED: I am a 34 year old, looking for work or ironing. For 3 days a week, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday’s. In Walvis Bay. Contact: 081 789 8582 / 081 217 1117 JOB WANTED: My name is Vivian, I am 29 years old, looking for domestic work. I have experience in ironing, cleaning and washing for 5 years. I am in Walvis Bay. In town or in Narraville. I can start immediately. Contact: 081 483 8388 / 081 250 9728 JOB WANTED: My name is Julia, I am 26 year old, looking for work in hotels, restaurants, guesthouses. I am ready to start immediately. I have experience. I can also do cleaning in companies. Contact: 081 593 6776 / 081 280 2143 JOB WANTED: I am a men, looking for work as a carpenter contractor or monthly. I have 12 years experience of work. Oshiwambo speaking, Afrikaans and English. Call: 081 270 3074 JOB WANTED: I am a 36 year old women, looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay, town, Lagoon, Meersig, Langstrand. From Monday to Friday or 3 days a week. I have reference and I can start immediately. Contact: 081 204 8590 WERK GESOEK: 2 Dames opsoek na huiswerk, 1 net vir 3 dae `n week en ander dame, Maandae tot Vrydae. Kan onmiddelik begin. Skakel: 081 765 9326 JOB WANTED: I am a 22 year old lady, looking for any kind of work, except babysitting. I am available everyday. Contact: 081 318 7171 JOB WANTED: I am a 24 year old male, I am looking for work, anything that can be done with the hands, like wood work. Contact Lorenzo: 081 590 5155 / 081 233 5723

WERK GESOEK: Ek is opsoek na huiswerk, was, stryk en skoonmaak. Ek kan ontmiddelik begin in swakopmund of Langstrand. Skakel: 081 211 2303 WERK GESOEK: Ek is 49 jaar oud ek soek huiswerk vir 5 dae in Swakopmund. Ek kan skoonmaak, ek kan ou mense en kinders oppas. Skakel: 081 339 5546 / 081 306 5884 JOB WANTED: I’m looking for house keeping or domestic work or office work. I have grade 12 and office background, I can start immediately. Contact: 081 714 3781 / 081 306 4597 JOB WANTED: I’m a 34 year old lady who has a certificate in health care. I’m looking for caregiver or house keeping or domestic work. I can speak English and Afrikaans, I can start immediately. Contact: 081 839 7020 / 081 653 6267 JOB WANTED: Mature lady 45 year is looking for work as a care giver, helping old, disabled people, child care or domestic work. Mondays to Fridays, can start immediately. In Swakopmund. Contact: 081 833 6334 ELLA: I am looking for domestic work or cleaning work for 2 days. Mondays & Thursdays. Friendly and honest. In Swakopmund. Contact: 081 613 6244 RIHANNA: I am a 27 year old lady looking for work any work, domestic, cleaner, bar lady, restaurant. I have experience. Immediately available. Contact: 081 276 4921 WERK GESOEK: Ek is Senselina opsoek na huiswerk vir 'n hele week, ek is baie hardwerkend en kan enige tyd begin werk. Kontak: 081 758 4280 WERK GESOEK: Ek is 'n jong dame opsoek na huiswerk. Kan wees in hotels, gaste huise ek kan enige tyd begin werk. I am a lady aged 32 years old looking for domestic work, guesthouse, restaurants or general cleaner. I am ready to start immediately. In Swakopmund or Walvis Bay. Skakel: 081 300 7720 WERK GESOEK: Ek is dringend opsoek na huiswerk, kindertuin of kantoor skoonmaak werk vir 5dae per week in swakopmund. Ek is baie betroubaar, rook nie drink nie en ek kan enige tyd begin. Skakel: 081 717 3754

JOB WANTED: I am a 29 year old lady, looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay, 3 days a week or daily. I can start immediately. Contact: 081 254 8771 WERK GESOEK: Ek is `n jong dame, opsoek na kantoor skoonmaak werk of salon assistant werk. Ek het ondervinding of huiswerk. Vir 3-5 dae `n week. Skakel: 081 315 4006 / 081 215 8620 WERK GESOEK: Ek is 39 jaar en opsoek na huiswerk in Walvisbaai, Lagoon, Langstrand of Meersig. Maandae tot Vrydae. Ek het ondervinding as `n nanny van kinders onder 2 jaar. Is baie lief vir kinders, drink en rook nie. Ek is betroubaar. Kan skoonmaak, was en stryk. Kan ook na bejaardes omsien en naweke uithelp. Het verwysings. Kontak: 081 757 0785 WERK GESOEK: Ek is dringend opsoek na 2 dae werk in Walvisbaai. Dinsdae en Donderdae. Kontak: 081 740 6703 WERK GESOEK: Ek is 'n dame van 45 jaar opsoek na huiswerk, kinders oppas en kan kook darby in Swakopmund of Langstrand vir 5dae in 'n week en kan ontmeddelik begin. Skakel: 081 838 1700 / 081 670 8604 WERK GESOEK: Ek is 34 jaar oud en opsoek na werk, skoonmaak, kantoor, strykwerk en kan enige tyd begin. Skakel: 081 314 1695 / 081 276 9551 ELLA; I am looking for domestic work or cleaning work for 2 days. Mondays & Thursdays. Friendly and honest. In Swakopmund. Contact: 081 613 6244 JOB WANTED: I am a 37 year old lady, looking for any kind of work. In Walvis Bay or Swakopmund or any town. Contact: 081 623 9380 JOB WANTED: I am a 30 year old lady, looking for work in Walvis Bay, domestic work or cleaning offices or nanny or working in a guesthouse or restaurant. From Monday to Friday. Town, Langstrand, Meersig, Lagoon and I am hardworking, trustworthy. I have 3 years experience. I can start immediately. Contact: 081 226 6917


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JOBS WANTED WERK GESOEK: Ek is opsoek na huiswerk, kinders oppas, stryk en ou mense omsien. In Walvisbaai, Langstrand en Swakopmund. Maandae tot Vrydae. Kontak: 081 564 9588 WERK GESOEK: Maid is opsoek na huiswerk in Walvisbaai, in die dorp en Langstrand. Is hardwerkend en betroubaar. Kontak: 081 417 0934

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JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am a 25 year old, looking for domestic work. From Monday to Friday’s or Saturday’s only. In Walvis Bay. Contact: 081 635 1725 JOB WANTED: I am a 33 year old lady, looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay. 5 Days a week or 3 days. Contact: 081 292 8165

JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am a 20 year old male, looking for any kind of work or companies. In Walvis Bay. Contact: 081 242 3912 JOB WANTED: I am looking for any kind of work in Swakopmund. Hotel jobs, restaurant jobs, cashier and shop assistant jobs. Contact: 081 404 9780

JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am a 36 year old lady, looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay, town. From Monday to Friday or 3 days a week. I am reliable, hardworking and ready to start immediately. I have 7 years experience. Contact Ndeyapo: 081 401 9162

WERK GESOEK: Ek is `n 43 jarige dame, opsoek na huiswerk in Walvisbaai. Ek is baie betroubaar en hard-werkend. Ek kan onmid-delik begin werk. Verkies-lik in Meersig, Lagoon, dorp of Langstrand. Kontak: 081 432 9260 JOB WANTED: I am a 35 year old lady, looking for domestic work in Walvis

B a y, t o w n , M e e r s i g , Lagoon or Long Beach, not Narra-ville. Only 3 days a week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday’s. I am reliable, hardworking and ready to start immediately. I have 13 years experience and know very well how to clean and iron. Contact Vicky: 081 747 9914

JOB WANTED: I am a 36 year old lady, looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay, town. From Monday to Friday or 3 days a week. I am reliable, hardworking and ready to start immediately. I have 7 years experience. Contact Ndeyapo: 081 401 9162

DEATH NOTICES Dr Wotan Swiegers

13.06.1946 – 30.05.2018 We mourn the loss of the Founding Director of the Namibian Uranium Institute and an Honourary Member of the Namibian Uranium Association, who was not only an outstanding colleague with an enormous vision and life-long commitment to the uranium industry in Namibia, but also a great mentor, and a medical doctor who touched countless lives. It was an enormous privilege to work with him and we will ensure that his legacy will live on in the work we are doing. Our thoughts are with the family and friends in this difficult time. May his soul rest in eternal peace. Members of the Namibian Uranium Association, the staff of the Namibian Uranium Institute and members of the Chamber of Mines of Namibia A public memorial service will be held on the 15th of June 2018 at 18h00 at the municipal Multi-Purpose Centre in Mondesa, Swakopmund. For enquiries: Tel 064 402 393

Message of Condolences

Dr Wotan Swiegers It is with great sadness that we heard about the passing of Dr Wotan Swiegers, a true icon and leader in our industry and in his community. Affectionately known as Doc Wotan, Dr Swiegers has left his footprint not only in the work that he did, the lives that he saved, or the contribution to the uranium industry, but also to anyone who knew him as a colleague or friend.

We wish the family strength in this difficult time.

Orano Mining Namibia Management & Staff


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Sanlam Cancer Golf Day

Well, the wait was worth it, and the SANLAM CANCER DAY got the benefit of 45 hungry to play golfers. All players paid and extra seventy five dollars towards the cancer association, and the auction drew in another three thousand, so it was a good day for the CANSA Association. Andre Barnard handed out the prizes, and sadly we also had to say goodbye to him as he is relocating to Windhoek on promotion. The three divisions, each had a winner. The A division was won by Kevin Wentzel on 41 points. He is in the photo with Andre Barnard. B division was won by Piet van Niekerk with a very good 43 points and I think a new handicap. Frans Grobler won the C division with 36 points. Ladies A was won by Wilma van der Merwe on 31

points. Estelle Bothma won the B division. Two clubs were recorded by Gert Jnr, Willie Els, Andre Burger, and David Peake. Kevin recorded two but failed to write them up. On a sad note we were sorry to hear of the passing of an old club member, Elmarie Coetzee. She was a long serving member of the committee in those years. Our heartfelt condolences to Gerald and family Calendar for the next few weeks is as follows. 9/6 Dulux round two 16/6 PISCS medal 23/6 Supertronix 1/7 Namibia Ship Chandlers

Gradering by Walvis Bay Kudus stays fifth Sports, Martial Arts Rudi Bowe

Kudus stay fifth on the log after losing 28-37 to the reigning champions UNAM in weekend 9 of the Namibia Rugby Union (NRU) Premier League on Saturday at the Narraville Stadium in Walvis Bay.

Walvis Bay Sports Martial Arts het op Saterdag, 26 Mei hul eerste gradering vir die jaar gehad. Na 'n rowwe drie en 'n half uur se swoeg en sweet, het vyf en twintig studente suksesvol na hul volgende beld gegradeer. Almal het uitstekend gedoen, en Sensei Dorothy Bachmann is geweldig trots op dit wat haar studente bereik het. Die studente is getoets deur Sensei Dorothy Bachmann met die hulp van Sensei Danie Bachmann, Karl Dedekind en Ivonne en Wolfgang Nitz. Die gradering was as volg: Geelbeld: Johandrè Fourie Ruben Dopazo Jayden Maree Louis Maletzky Patricia Dias. Oranjebeld: Gigi Kvilitaia Udo Lawrence Damian Beukes Dionisio Dias Aissah Ndunda Bennie Smith Groenbeld: Zoe Beukes Marko van Zyl Antonio Jordaan. Bloubeld: Adrian Esterhuizen Caleigh Jordaan Jay-Jay Maree

Leigh Westerdale Persbeld: Nicolas Jalon Macquillen 1ste Bruinbeld: Ray Gryffenberg Dgini Visser 3de Bruinbeld: Natascha Sell

Kudus gave a better performance as with the first game between the two teams in Windhoek. Handling errors at the side of Kudus cost them the game. Fifteen minutes into the game Anthoney Jevu and JR Jacobs received yellow cards for dangerous play. They were sent off for 10 minutes each. UNAM that played against 13 men for the 10 minutes could not score any points. The three tries for Kudus were scored by Anthoney Jevu, Allister Miller and Virgil Bamton. Aurelio Plato converted only two tries and added three penalties on the day. Kudus will play there next game tomorrow in Windhoek against Trustco United. A win for Kudus will put them above United and in a play-off position. The second team of Kudus lost to UNAM II 20-21 in what was a tough encounter. The log standing; 1. FNB UNAM 45 points 2. FNB Western Suburbs 27 3. Wanderers 28 points 4. Trustco United 23 5. Kudus 20 points 6. Rehoboth 19 points 7. Reho Falcons one point


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8 JUNE 2018

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Sport Erongo Open Darts Day Send your sports news to journalist5@namibtimes.net

Rudi Bowe

The Snipers Dart Club was the host of the Erongo Darts open tournament that was held on 1-2 June 2018 at the Narraville Pre Primary School hall in Walvis Bay. The event was attended by 12 men's and 3 women's teams. The Dart championships forms part as training for the National Darts teams that will be representing the country at the Region 5 Darts championships in Botswana from 5 August to 1 September 2018. In the men's competition Clint Langenhoven and Gavin Langenhoven each scored three 180's from the twenty five 180's that were thrown with the highest close of 148 were scored by Ansley Muller. The highest close of the woman's competition of 110 was scored by Joey Kotze. The next Dart tournament will be the Oranjemund open Dart day on 27 July 2018 in Oranjemund. The winners of the Erongo Dart day are: Overall

New Premises for Kickboxing Academy Rudi Bowe

Men Snipers, Walvis Bay Oranjemund

Women 1. 007, Erongo 2. Keetmanshoop

The Double winners were: Men: 1. Dave Langenhoven and Bernie Fest, Keetmanshoop 2. Errol Strauss and Ansley Muller, Oranjemund Women: 1. Justina Sakaria and Beata Kolunjamba, Oshana 2. Maria Jairus and Venonia Amomwa, Oshona Singles winners: Men: 1. Dave Langenhoven, Keetmanshoop 2. Reginald Williams, Walvis Bay Women: 1. Annalize van Brakel, Windhoek 2. Susanne Blaauw, Keetmanshoop

All the Students at the new premises The Namibia Ring Contact Fighting Arts International (RCFAI) & Kickboxing Academy has moved to a new premises. The new premises are situated in the Westport Warehouse, Rossing Street in the Industrial Area. It is bigger and can host Kickboxing, Judo, Jiu-Jitsu and Boxing practice sessions and Self- Defence Classes all at once. The completion of this project proves the ongoing strength and vibrancy of the new premises will serve the existing members, the Walvis Bay Community and visiting clubs from all over Namibia. Facilities are critical to the growth and development of students, to ensure club members can prepare for fights and it also enhances a club's identity. The Chairman of Namibia RCFAI & Kickboxing Academy, Philip Muller, said: “Today, I would like to pay tribute to all those who have worked so hard to bring the club's development about. I have no doubt that the opening of these new premises will hold even better times ahead for Martial Arts in the Region and country. With the ongoing development programs in place, it has proven successful, as seen in recent competitions”. Muller thanked the Honourable Deputy Minister of Sport, Ms Agnes Tjongarero, for her inspiration and what she does for sport in the country. He also thanked Master Joe Viljoen, World President of RCFAI, for his inspiration, friendship and his input to Kickboxing in Namibian, the Namibian Sport Commission and Namibian Kickboxing Federation for their support for the Academy. “I would like to thank the local community, parents, students, coaches and instructors who have supported the RCFAI & Kickboxing Academy over the past two years”, Philip Muller said. Mr. Muller congratulates all students of the Academy who achieved through the years and he wishes them all the best for the future. The Erongo Judo Academy (EJA), has for the past four months utilized the premises of the RCFAI & Kickboxing Academy for their Judo training classes. The EJA also moved to the new premises of the RCFAI & Kickboxing Academy. Sensei Henry Cookson, the instructor of the Erongo Judo Academy, said that since he started with the Judo training classes at the premises of RCFAI & Kickboxing Academy, all his students has improved for the better. The success of the students was visible in the Namibian National Youth Games where EJA won 15 Gold and one Silver medal with Courtney Mouton crowned as the best female Judo fighters. Six of the EJA Judo students have been selected to represent Namibia at the Region 5

Games in Botswana. Sensei Henry applauded all the Judo students and their parents for all the effort they put in the Academy and he is proud of all his students. He also thanked the manage-ment of the RCFAI & Kickboxing Academy for their input and for allowing EJA to use their premises. Sensei Henry mentioned that the development that has been done at both Academies is instrumental and done by Mr Philip Müller. Sensei Henry applauds Mr Müller for the offering his time and efforts to the students as he, without any financial assistance, drives students safely home late at night after their training. “At this stage Mr. Philip Müller the Chairperson of the RCFAI & Kickboxing Academy is the sole financial support for the development program of both Academies. Without his financial assistance none of this would have been possible. My plea goes to all corporate companies to support development programs and help the students reach their goals” Sensei Henry Cookson said. Apart from just practicing Kickboxing, Judo, Jiu-Jitsu and Boxing, the students can relax in playing Table Tennis, Basket Ball, Soccer game and other fun games at the venue.

Mr Philip Müller

08 june namib times e edition  

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