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Namibian population could be 3,5m by 2030 Piquet Jacobs
Namibia's population demographics is undergoing a drastic transition. The population is expected to grow from 2,2 million people (2016) to 3.5 million by 2030, according to the Namibia Ports Authority's chief executive officer Mr. Bisey /Uirab. /Uirab added this anticipated population growth will create many steep challenges for the country which Government alone cannot prevent through imparatives like Vision 2030, NDP5 and Harambee Prosperity Plan. /Uirab underpinned stakeholder involvement from non-Governmental quarters is critical to assist to mitigate the challenges we face by 2030. Mr. /Uirab made these remarks on Tuesday at the 10th anniversary celebration of the Namport Social Investment Fund (NSIF), one of the flagship examples in Namibia of stakeholder involvement. Education is one of four focus areas of the NSIF and on the subject /Uirab said education is one of the sectors that faces challenges as a result of rapid population growth. "With rapid growth come varied challenges that are quite evident among others within the Education sector, where we see shortages of classrooms, overContinues on Page 2
Two suicides in Swakopmund
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Swakopmund was hit by yet another suicide, when a 29-year-old man took his own life by hanging himself on Wednesday evening. The incident took place at about 18:00 in Immanuel Khambo Street, in the Mondesa suburb of Swakopmund. The deceased, Martin Jos Bakas Hamaseb, was found by family members hanging from the roof of his locked bedroom. The deceased did in fact leave a note, but the reason behind his suicide is still unknown. The next of kin have been informed.
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Walvis Bay has experienced three consecutive days of shack fires which caused havoc and much destruction since Monday afternoon, when the first fire broke out in Kuisebmond's Sea Point area. Three more fire incidents followed, of which one occurred on Tuesday and two more on Wednesday. The shack fire on Monday was caused by a suspected electrical cable failure Continues on Page 2
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from one of the shacks, claiming 10 shacks in the Sea Point suburb of Kuisebmond. Fortunately, no injuries were reported, though all properties were incinerated. Another fire broke out in the Sea Point area on Tuesday afternoon, also claiming a number of shacks. The fiery chaos continued on Wednesday afternoon, when the fire siren was sounded twice. The first fire alarm was to alert firefighters of a fire in Maraboe Street, Tutaleni, which destroyed seven shacks and everything in them. The fire which allegedly started in one of the shacks, spread to the neighbouring shacks while most of the owners were at work. No one was injured and the cause of the fire is still unknown. Shortly after, the fire siren was sounded once again, this time to alert of a fire in Theo Ben Gurirab Street. By the time of going to press the severity of the incident was still unknown. Due to the huge loss, neighbours soon after the fires jumped to assist the victims. Neele Nambili and her husband reached out to their church for help. The Deutsche Evang-Lutherische Kirche collected boxes filled with clothes and food from parish members to donate to the victims, as well as 30 new blankets.
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A couple from South Africa shared with the South African media this week their recent ordeal at Dune 7 near Walvis Bay, when they were held at knifepoint by four men and robbed of all their valuables. The robbers slashed three of the victims' vehicle tyres before speeding off. Gert Pretorius (69), a retired Fire Brigade Chief, and his wife Emma (70) told the Middelburg Observer that on 3 August they stopped at Dune 7 as part of their tour through parts of Namibia. Pretorius walked a distance from the vehicle to pick up pebbles and his wife remained at the vehicle. His wife noticed a vehicle passing which turned around and drove towards them. Four men emerged from the vehicle and pulled knives with which they threatened Mrs Pretorius. She tried to draw Mr Pretorius' attention by whistling and when he turned around he too was grabbed and threatened with a knife. They searched the couple and took a wallet, a purse and cellphone from the couple. The robbers then searched the vehicle and took cameras and bags which contained tent pins, a cellphone charger and a cosmetic bag. The robbers then took away the car keys and slashed three of the Pretorius' vehicle's tyres in order to prevent them from either following them or finding help in time from the nearby Dune 7 Adventures. The couple walked to Dune 7 Adventures where little time was wasted to call the police and roadside assistance. The Police recovered the cosmetics bag which thankfully contained the vehicle's keys. Unfortunately, their bank cards, identity documents and driving licences were in the stolen wallet and purse. A Walvis Bay resident, Mr Johan Swanepoel, assisted the couple by providing his bank account for the couple's children to transfer money, which he then withdrew and gave to them. From media reports it was clear that Namibia's image as a safe country for tourists and visitors is frequently tarnished by incidents of theft and armed robbery. The Middelburg Observer is a widely read publication and the article found its way to several news outlets which concentrates on Namibia as a tourism destination.
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hand on Monday morning, by shooting himself with a pistol, Joachim Adalbert Kulik ended his own life in front of the apartment he was renting in Waterbank Street, Kramersdorf, Swakopmund. The deceased was found in a pool of blood, with the pistol in his hand by a domestic worker around 10:00 on Monday. The domestic worker was alerted by the sound of the gun going off, while she was busy cleaning in the main house. She immediately informed the landlord of what had happened, and the police were summoned. What led to the suicide is unknown, as no note were left behind, although the landlord told police that she had noticed Kulik behaving very strange in the days leading up to the incident. Kulik lived alone and his only brother currently resides in Germany. No foul play is suspected, but the investigation continues. The body was taken to Walvis Bay Police Mor-tuary for postmortem examination to determine the cause of death.
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Homeless assaulted by Swakopmund Neighbourhood Watch Sharlien Tjambari
A group of ten vulnerable and homeless young men who shelter in an old building at the old Little Foot Nursery centre says their stay there has become a nightmare because of members of the Swakopmund Neighbourhood Watch.
This group of homeless men complained this week of harsh treatment at the hands of members of Swakopmund Neighbourhood Watch. This follows only days after a similar incident at the Vintage Bar and Grill in Swakopmund where community policing members and members of the Namibian Police's permanent Force entered the premises and pepper sprayed patrons. They alleged alcohol was served outside the hours allowed by the establishment's liquor licence. Yet, no charges were pressed against the owner of Vintage. Instead the community policing group were embroiled in arguments with patrons who had to evacuate the place as a result of the pepper gas that was sprayed. Two of the patrons were “arrested”, assaulted after they were handcuffed and later threatened at the Mondesa police station with sodomy, if they did not delete the video footage. Burger confessed to the editor of namib times, Floris Steenkamp, that indeed he assaulted one of the patrons who at the time was cuffed with his hands behind his back. Four people witnessed this incident, yet at the time of going to press no action had been taken against Burger.
The young men approached namib times this week to share their grievances. According to Captain Kalola (28), he has been sheltering at this location for close to three years now. Kalola says the first year they stayed there they felt safer than sheltering in Mondesa. However, when the Swakopmund Neighbourhood Watch established they were sheltering there, they allegedly started to harass them. This included being pepper sprayed in the middle of the night whilst sleeping. “We have been tortured by these men. We have not complained, because these people feel we have no voice and no say. The worst of all is we have no power against them. Fighting back is dangerous, because they have weapons and nobody will believe us that it was self-defence” explains Kalola. The young men approached namib times and complained they feel that the neighbourhood watch is not treating them fairly. On Monday of this week, around 05:00, they heard shots fired in the direction of their place of stay. The noise was very loud. “We looked out of the window to see who was firing the shots. We realised it was a white pick-up we recognised from the Swakopmund Neighbourhood Watch. The vehicle pulled away”, explained Kalola. The young men say they tried approaching NamPol to lay a complaint about the neighbourhood watch, but every time they are chased away. Kalola also said whenever there is a housebreaking somewhere in town, members of the neighbourhood approach them and start to hurt them physically, threaten them and accusing them of crimes. “We hurt no one. We are just living at the centre and during the day we watch over people's cars to get
some money in exchange, so we have something to eat. We are harmless, but people treat us as criminals. Most of us here have not even been in a jail cell before. We just want to be left alone”, says Kalola. The group says they believe that the neighbourhood watch should invest their time in arresting the real criminals, rather than spending time torturing them on a daily basis. The young men say they simply want to be left alone and not to be forced into a position where they have to defend themselves against those who are supposed to adhere to the law too. They also said they would be delighted if the Swakopmund Municipality avail them a small home where they can all live, because they do not have parents or anyone to care for them. Sipapa Domingo (22) showed the media his health passports. He was recently admitted to hospital. Domingo suffers from mental illness and admits often he cannot remember some events in his life as a result of his mental illness. Domingo approached namib times to plead for a blanket and some warm clothes. He says the floor he sleeps on is very cold, and this makes him ill. The constant fear of the next round of assault, pepper spray and gun shots affect them all. “I have not been sleeping lately because I now live in fear. I am frightened, I know my friends will take care of me, but how do we protect ourselves from armed people?”, asked Domingo. The young men said they wish President Hage Geingob reads this and can find a way to help them. They also plead with the Namibian Police's regional command to draw the line as to how far the rights and duties of members of community policing go.
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Swakopmund Court Report
Regional Court George Jose Silvesta Bloodstaan (20), Patric Snewe (20), a 17-year-old boy, a 16year-old boy, Censley !Nanuseb (29), Bonny 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 14 September for legal aid. The accused are on bail of N$2 000 and the minors have been warned. Kasper Uiseb (28) appeared on charges of murder and defeating and obstructing the course of justice. The matter was postponed to 17 August for plea and trial. The accused remains in custody.
Magistrate Court Abiud Muvangua (26) appeared on a charge of fraud. The matter was postponed to 4 September because the accused was absent. The accused has been warned. A 16-year-old boy and Jurgen Karumbu (20) appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 19 September for legal aid. The 16-year-old boy is on bail of N$2 000 and Jurgen Kalumbu remains in custody. Sydney Nanub (26) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 13 November for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Kaltenkutji Jacobs (23) appeared on possession of suspected stolen property. The matter was postponed to 30 October for plea and trial. The accused is on bail.
Samuel Uirab (37) appeared on a charge of assault by threat. The matter was postponed to 14 August for plea. The accused remains in custody. Manfred Khoeseb (21) appeared on a charge of common assault. The accused was found guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of N$2 000 or 10 months imprisonment term. Fritz Goseb (26) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 10 August for plea. The accused remains in custody. Malakia Negumbo (29) appeared on a charge of receiving stolen property. The matter was postponed to 21 September for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Ricardo Doeseb (22) appeared on a charge of murder. The matter was postponed to 23 August for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Twahn Kafiamali (25) appeared on a charge of dealing in cocaine. The matter was postponed to 25 September for continuation of trial. The accused is on bail of N$3 000. Prasanna Ganga Welgamage Don Seneviratne (43) appeared on eight counts of fraud charges. The matter was postponed to 7 September for legal aid. The accused remains in custody. Lukas Atanasium (37) appeared on charges of stock theft and theft. The matter was postponed to 5 September for further investigation. The accused is on bail of N$1 000. Casius Tjipute (26) appeared on charges of reckless or negligent driving and failure to ascertain damages. The matter was postponed to 28 September for further investigation. The
Crime Prevention Tips Crime prevention is all about being aware of your environment and remaining alert to situations that could make you an easy target to crime. Here are a few suggestions and examples of common sense behaviour that will help you make life safer and more secure. Protecting your property Preventing thefts from vehicles: · It is advised to have an alarm installed in your car. · Always lock the doors and leave windows rolled up. · Keep books, CD players, and valuables out of sight. Expensive items in full view invite theft even if the vehicle is locked. · Place valuable items in the boot of your car not the front or back seats. · Know the license plate, year, make and model of your vehicle. · Do not ever leave money, cheques, or credit cards in your car. Preventing bicycle theft: · Always keep your bicycle locked and chained to a stable object. · Check on the lock by pulling on it to make sure it is secure. · Use an engraver to place an identifying mark on your bicycle. · You must always be able to identify your bicycle. · Never loan your bicycle or other property to strangers. · Be sure not to park your bicycle in a deserted or poorly lit area. Preventing theft from offices: · Be aware! Be attentive. · Do not showcase your office. · Always close and lock your office when it is not occupied. · Lock your desk, file cabinet, locker, etc.
Reporting a crime or emergency It is an important responsibility of a victim or witness of a crime or other emergency to report it to appropriate authorities in time. Crimes are expected to be reported within 24 hours. When filing a report attempt to provide as much detail as possible about the situation, including at least the following: · Your name; · Your location and telephone number where you can be reached; · The nature of the crime you are reporting; · Any other additional information requested by the appropriate officers. If you witness a crime: If you happen to witness a crime, pay particular attention to what the offender looks like and any cars involved. Remember that when reporting a crime bt telephone, remain on the phone until the officers are fully briefed with all necessary information. Try to be prepared when providing at least the following details about the offender: · Age, race, height, and weight; · Hair colour and style, beard and moustache; · Notable characteristics (acne, scars, glasses, mental state, etc.) · Clothing description; · Location where last seen; · Last known direction of travel; · Vehicle description and distinctive markings Witnesses who wish to remain anonymous may do so. It is more important that a response be dispatched as quickly as possible.
accused is on bail of N$4 000. Erens Esau (23) and Nolita Jolene Sidman (40) appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 28 September for plea. The accused are on bail of N$1 500 each. Chris Van Wyk (18) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 17 October for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Levi Shikale (23) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 6 September for further investigation. He accused is on bail of N$1 500. Darius Gariseb (32) appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 7 September for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Jona Erastus (42) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive blood alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 30 November for lab results. The accused is on bail of N$4 000. Koliman Naseb (18) appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to 20 September for legal aid. The accused remain in custody. Nghiyolwa Nangolo (27) appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 19 September for legal aid. The accused remains in custody.
The Namibian Police Force Walvis Bay is looking for the under listed fire-arm licence applicants in connection with their applicants Leon Rudolf Sagner Andre Visser Francois Johan Becker Adriaan Johannes Van Der Westhuizen Thomas Shane Russel Stander Vincent Fernandes Jao Fernando De Pao Dirk Jacobus Kotze Armand Herle Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of these applicants can contact Detective Inspector Gurirab at 081 318 2181 or 064 219 014.
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Three vehicle ships to call
Three vehicle carriers (roll-on roll-off vessels) are scheduled to call at Walvis Bay in the days to come to offload imported vehicles. Morning Cherry is scheduled alongside today, followed by Clover Ace on Tuesday and Wisteria Ace next Saturday. The port of Walvis Bay is the import hub of the second hand imported vehicle trade, with most of the vehicles in transit to neighbouring Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana. Fri 11 August 2017 High Tide: 04:27 Low Tide: 10:19 High Tide: 16:49 Low Tide: 22:49
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11 AUGUST 2017 Garth Prince
Music of the Motherland Filming in Namibia: August 16-30
Airport arrival at 3:10pm Wednesday, Aug 16: Tamariskia Primary School & Swakopmund Secondary School Swakopmund Thursday, Aug 17: 10am 2:30pm, Beach & Downtown Scenes (Q&A) Friday, Aug 18: 10am 2:30pm, Residency Day 1 at
Kuisebmond Primary School Saturday, Aug 19: 1pm - 3pm: Residency Day 2 at Kuisebmond Primary School Mascato Youth Choir 5pm: Mascato Alumni Reunion: Bring & Braai (Potluck) (at Dolphin Park) Sunday, Aug 20: BREAK (or back-up shooting day in case of flight delays) Monday, Aug 21: 9am 2:30pm, Residency Day 3 at Kuisebmond Primary Tuesday, Aug 22nd 9am 2:30pm, Residency Day 4 at Kuisebmond Primary Wednesday, Aug 23: Residency Day 5 Performance at Kuisebmond Community Hall 1pm Thursday, Aug 24: Omaruru Game Lodge: game drive Noon check-in and 2:30pm game drive Friday, Aug 25: Otjohorongo family farm Saturday, Aug 26: to Wednesday, Aug 30th Windhoek: Family Reunion & Interviews with Music Industry Professionals
Garth Prince gave up a successful popular music career with his band Afroshine when he immigrated to Canada to join his then fiancée and raise a family. Launching his solo career in a foreign country presented many challenges, but with determination and a strong work ethic, Garth prevailed. After earning the support of the Edmonton arts community, he became known as the “African Music for Children guy”, and developed proven methods for teaching African singing and dancing to nonAfrican students and educators. Students learn these unique folk songs with ease and enjoyment. Canadian director Alicia Krawchuk and her team follow Namibian-Canadian children's artist Garth Prince as he returns home for the first time in nine years. Garth heads to Namibia hoping to recreate his popular Canadian residency program for the benefit of students in an African school. “Music of the Motherland” captures his home-coming and uncovers the reality of Namibia's history in music and culture. The ever-increasing demand for his workshops and residency program made evident the need for expanding his music repertoire, and staying relevant and in touch with his roots. To that end, Garth applied for and received a grant from the Edmonton Arts Council to return to Namibia in August of 2017. In African schools, residencies are scarce and there is no standardized music curriculum. Garth hopes to give back to the African communities from which the songs originate by using the same music to teach basic music theory to these students. Garth chose Kuisebmond Primary based on the needs of the school. It is located in Kuisebmond, a township in the coastal town of Walvis Bay, where elementary-aged students in are often overlooked when it comes to art programming. Since he grew up near this area, and his mother is a retired teacher who volunteers at the school, Garth has considerable insight regarding its needs. Through staff consultations, he learned that the school is in the initial phase of forming a school choir. Garth's skills and experience could contribute significantly to this project. The school requested that Garth work with the choir students during the residency, which will culminate with a concert for the entire school to attend. This performance, which will be filmed to create example performance videos for Canadian students, will help nurture an even deeper understanding and appreciation of the music and culture. His program will be as follows: Tuesday, Aug 15 Walvis Bay
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Swakopmunders celebrate the town’s 125th anniversary Swakopmund turned 125 years old on Friday. The town's 125th anniversary celebrations commenced with an opening ceremony on Friday, 4 August at 10:30, at the Amphitheatre. The event was opened by Governor of Erongo, Clr Cleophas Mutjavikua who said the day was not only a birthday celebration, but a celebration of cultural diversity and remembering the history of Swakopmund.” We are celebrating transformation, from narrow salt roads to paved roads, from small mini-markets to world class shopping malls, from segregated townships to unified suburbs. The Namibian Police's Traffic Law Enforcement Division plans to extend the Sobriety Even in death (cemeteries) our people were separated. Today we Road Safety Campaign to January 2018. The Campaign aims to target 500 000 drivers cater for all our people. This is what we are celebrating today as a with alcohol breathalyzer tests, in order to take drunken drivers off our country's roads. milestone" said Mutjavikua. Alex Muukua CONGRATULATION SWAKOPMUNDERS!!!! Speedsters and reckless drivers will also be targeted with a zero-tolerance approach. The target of 500 000 drivers mean many people will be targeted several times in the months to come, as the Campaign is countrywide and non-stop. All findings during the campaign will be carefully noted, in order to create a database of possible problem areas Three of the four suspects who were arrested in connection with the that can be tackled to bring Namibia's high road death toll to an end. murder of 79-year-old Rosvieta Strzelecki in her home in Vineta in Louw Greeff Doesnt take data to know problem areas just go stand at the okh or reh roadblock for 5min Swakopmund last week made a first court appearance in the Swaand you shall see all of the above including the police asleep. kopmund Magistrate Court on Friday. They are charged with murAllan Roodt Doing an excellent job so far, just read the previous article (and yes I'm being sarcastic). der and robbery. The three suspects are: Daniel Stephanus Nghilifa Tubby Gouws Should be done 24/7 365. (26) who is believed to be the main suspect in the case and who was Benwiseman I wish they cn do better! B. renovating the couple's house, Jerobeam Simon Shidute (23) the Juanita Snyman Jo-ann Jo-Anne Miskey. second main suspect in the case and their accomplice Fabianus Lazarus (24).The case was remanded to 26 September for bail applications and legal aid. The accused remain in custody. It is believed Nghilifa and Shidute entered the Strzelecki home last Four suspected poachers were arrested by the Police at a roadblock near Swakopmund week on Wednesday morning around 08:00. They attacked the early yesterday morning. Four oryx carcasses, two springbok carcasses and a shotgun couple by assaulting them and tying them up. The death of Rosvieta were confiscated. Strzelecki was allegedly caused by injuries she sustained during the The animals were shot in the Namib Naukluft Park, according to a police spokesperson. attack. She was allegedly strangled. The arrests were made at 00:30 on Monday, after a tip-off was received from the public. Rika de Meyer Ek hoop hulle word toegesluit en die sluitels word weggegooi. After receiving the information, police officials set up a road block and soon a Toyota pick- Om n oumens so aan te rand en haar dood te veroorsaak verdien nie om genade te kry van ander nie hulle het n eggenoot, kinders en kleinkinders sonder n vrou up with the registration mark N21313S was pulled over.
Sobriety Campaign to run until January 2018
No bail for Strzelecki murderers
Four poachers arrested
Jp Really Please let me ask a question. Either the police think the public is stupid or the reporter that wrote this column think their readers are stupid, which is it??? Let me quote: " "We found a shotgun and believe it was used to kill the game." A shotgun killed Springbuck and Oryx???? Since when???? Who are you trying to fool??? Look at the carcasses of the animals and you will know what caliber gun was used. Man o man is it that difficult??? Do you know how close to a WILD ORYX or Springbuck you must get to kill it with a shotgun? 20-30meters and then you must have at least a slug or buckshot. Come on think for yourselves!!! Who wrote this article? Show us pictures of the carcassess... Go ListeUba ChiDevi jst leave th guyz they r struggling for a living unless they r workng then u can sue them for tht Lesley Page Working or not it is illegal Tertius Meyer They drive a double cab toyota but they are struggling??!! Fiona Sara BrunzelNakale Tertius Meyer are you sure the car belong to them..? Tertius Meyer Maybe they stole it?? Hilja Does the animals also belong to govern-
ment? What is going on in to this world of ours? God created people's and animals on earth but he did not informed anyone that the animals belongs to government. Leave the people alone so that they can survive because the government doesn't have job for every one they only have job for those whose already rich, leave poor people alone Arnolduz Seibeb Leave the guys, its a struggle, gaan sort uit corruption Rüdiger We all have to buy game from wherever its available. Parks are sanctuaries where game lves in peace. This is steeling from the heretage. Tuflex Kobus This is what God provided us to survive on tsek!!! Alex Muukua Jerrrrrrrrrrrrr en ek lus alreeds mooi gebraaide vleis..atatatats Jona James idiot!! Kasangapaulus Those who have kill animals they are arrested and those who have kill sme bank when will arrested? Pierre Calitz Sluit toe en gooi sleutel weg Sylvester McNab NEE BROE DT SAL NI HELP DS SWAPO KKM K N J GA STEEL OOK DA GA OZ TRONK TOE MA NI HULE DS ALTYD SO Zamoxx Dis di mense se tyd....
n ma en ouma gelaat. Dis siek verby hulle verdien die doodstraf. Ons government moet die doodstraf terug bring vandat dit weg gevat is is die moorde net elke jaar meer en meer.
Armed suspects rob service station Six armed robbers targeted the Total fuel service station in Narraville late on Sunday. A case of armed robbery has been opened. The suspects fled with N$54 000 in cash and various other items, including a computer box which records the premises' close circuit television system. The police said: "It is alleged that between 21:30 and 22:30 on Sunday evening six masked suspects entered the Total shop, five armed with pistols and one with a knife. The suspects held the workers at gunpoint and demanded money. The suspects left the scene with N$54 000 removed from the safe, the CCTV camera box and remote controls, a Toshiba laptop and a bundle of keys. A white Toyota Corolla was seen in the area during the robbery, but no further details could be obtained and is not clear if it was the get-away car. No arrests have been made in connection with the incident yet. NamPol request assistance from the public, asking anyone with information to contact Detective Inspector Ashikoto at 081 255 4504". Kuume Haludilu Please next time don't report everything that happened. U are informing the nation but at the same time u are teaching the would be criminals how to commit crime and get away with it. That must stop immediately!
Presidency clarifies President Geingob’s Long beach accident victims escape statements with regard to the develop- with slight injuries On Saturday at around 23:15, a Polo Vivo collided head-on with a ments at the SME Bank Jeep on the B2 coastal road in the vicinity of Long Beach. The Some media-houses have misrepresented some aspects of the comments made by President Geingob at his media conference of Monday 31 July 2017 with regards to recent developments at the SME Bank. Some reports hold, in part, that the President exonerated Honourable Frans Kapofi, Minister of Presidential Affairs and former Chairperson of the SME Bank and Dr George Simataa, the Secretary to Cabinet and most recent chairperson of the SME Bank from any responsibilities with regards to state of affairs at the bank. Jp Yeah, experience taught us that if you use the not guilty until guilty statement YOUR GUILTY!!. Dr. Hage There was so much expectation positive when you took over, but it now proves that you are the MOST CORRUPT president of the 3 so far. So sad Benwiseman Whom are u lecturing? Bcs the
masses are fools, now u giving us grade 1 lessons, rite.. Carlito Spencer Still the same statement...they just made it sweeter Peter Odendaal hahahaha.. its calle "back tracking"!
occupants of both vehicles escaped with their lives, but drunken driving is believed to be the cause of the accident. It is alleged that the driver the Polo Vivo, Tari Van der Merwe (23), was driving from Swakopmund to Walvis Bay. She was the sole occupant of the vehicle. The Jeep, which was travelling from Walvis Bay towards Swakopmund was carrying three occupants including the driver, Mr Hannes Uys (43). According to NamPol's spokesperson for Erongo Uys was allegedly under the influence of alcohol. Uys was admitted to the Welwitschia Private Hospital under Police guard. Allan Roodt Seriously, how many more accidents will it take until the traffic department wakes up and realizes there is a serious problem on the roads and actually does their job which we pay taxes for and addresses the issue? David Hession Can't believe that there are so many accidents on Namibian roads.
11 AUGUST 2017 ESTATE NOTICE Estate No: 1023/2017 In the Estate of the late C o l i n R o b e r t Lautenbach, Id no: 290614 0016 3, who died on 28 May 2017, resided at 5 Löwenhof, Am Zoll, Swakopmund, Namibia, and who was widowed. Creditors and debtors of the above estate are called upon to lodge their claims or pay their debts to the estate at the undermentioned address within a period of 30 days from date of publication of this notice. H E AHRENS Agent of the Executor c/o KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Haus Altona 2 - 6 Tobias Hainyeko Street P. O. Box 1455 SWAKOPMUND (Ref: HEA/AV EST 166/0001-50)
NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION The High Court of Namibia Main Division held at Windhoek. Case No: I 676/2016 In the matter between: Mino Cliff Gariseb Plaintiff and Max Nuseb Defendant To : T h e D e p u t y Sheriff: Walvis Bay A Sale In Execution will be held by public auction on 8 August 2017 at 10:00 in the forenoon at the Office of the Deputy Sheriff for the District of Walvis Bay, 130 6th Street, Walvis Bay, Namibia during which there will be sold in execution as a result of an attachment made on 12 April 2017 under Writ of Execution issued on 29 November 2016 by the above named Plaintiff against the Defendant. Terms: “Voetstoots’’Cash to the highest bidder: 1 x Defy Chest Freezer 1 x Dining Room table with 6 Chairs 4 Piece Black Leather Lounge Suit 6 x Bar Chairs 1 x Main Bedroom Headboard with side Tables 1 x Dresser Table with mirror 3 x Steel Frame Tables 1 x Microwave Dated at Walvis Bay on 7 August 2017. ENSafrica|Namibia (incorporated as LorentzAngula Inc.) Legal Practitioner for Plaintiff Per: RM Rukoro No.3 Sam Nujoma Avenue, Business Park Walvis Bay (Ref: D16020/RMR/ avdw)
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WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Place of Instruction (Homework Centre) ON ERF: 1064 TOWNSHIP: Kuisebmond STREET: Kabeljou Street. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Homework Centre on the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 119, 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 undersigned, in writing, not later than 1 September 2017. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Toini Kahatjipara, P O Box 996,Walvis Bay
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'Oesterfees' a huge success Piquet Jacobs
The 'Walvisbaai Oesterfees' attracted crowds of people with its live entertainment and delicious oysters which sold out quite fast. The annual two day festival held their first event in 2012, which also kicked off as a success, and it has grown in strength each year, catering for more and more people. Thousands of oysters were sold at the event, showcasing Walvis Bay's successful oyster industry and the innovative ways to support the seafood and fishing industry. The event brought various well known artists to the stage, names like Ray Dylan and local artists like Jo Nichol, Len Nel and Vaughn Ahrens. People from far and wide came out to enjoy the event, from the stalls to the food available and the live music kept the crowd happy and dancing. the night away. The organisers would like to thank the community for their continued support and promise even bigger and better things for 2018.
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Building a solid credit history By Anton Smit – Executive Officer: Credit Banks generally evaluate credit applications on three basic principles, namely integrity, repayment ability and security. In this article I will focus on one of these basic principles, namely integrity. An important aspect of integrity is your credit “history”. Your credit “history” is a record on how you pay bills or repay money you have borrowed. It includes your record and timeliness of payments of your bank accounts, loans, credit card accounts, store accounts and other lending. A good credit “history” helps you realise your dreams: Buying a home, car, leasing an apartment, getting a job – all these events may require a credit check. Credit grantors such as banks make use of a credit report issued by credit bureaus to determine your creditworthiness by assessing both past and current credit behaviour. How to establish a credit “history”: Begin by opening a savings and cheque account in your name. Over time, your deposits, withdrawals and transfers will demonstrate that you can handle money responsibly. Apply for a loan or finance of an asset, but be aware of the cost, since payment of interest is applicable. Open a clothing account. Start with a low amount and pay your account regularly. Apply for an open, 30 day credit account at shops where you frequently buy. For responsible users, these credit accounts are a
useful tool. All charges are due in full every month, and no interest is charged. Find a friend or family member to be a co-signer/ surety. A co-signer/ surety may help you qualify for credit, but remember that the friend or family member will be responsible if you default on your agreement to pay. Factors that can jeopardise your credit history: Late payments are noted on your credit report, even if you pay it later. You must pay your instalments as per the initial arrangement. Using more credit than your arranged facility. This action has a negative effect and incurs
unnecessary costs like penalty fees. Cheques issued with insufficient funds in your account. In addition to incurring unnecessary excess fees, your cheques may be returned which will negatively influence your credit record. Not paying your loan or asset finance. An unpaid instalment reflects negatively on your credit record and places yo u r c a s h f l o w under pressure if you have to meet m o re t h a n o n e payment the next month. Personal debt is too high. Banks and other lenders take into account your total debt when considering whether you qualify for
additional commitments. If you are placed under administration, declared bankrupt or a summons is issued against you, it will have a serious effect on your credit “history”. If this happens, it will be very difficult to restore your creditability to obtain new credit. Advantages of a good credit “history”: Makes it easier to obtain credit. Favourable terms and rates can be negotiated. Good credit is an asset. It is a valuable tool for building wealth for you and your family in the long term. How to improve a poor credit “history”: Recognise your problem, stay in contact and negotiate new arrangements like extension or new payment schedules or reach a
compromise with your credit provider. Immediately stop taking up more credit. Ensure that you can afford your monthly repayments. Try to catch up on arrear instalments and keep to your arrangements. Whilst banks need to be responsible in the extension of credit, you can be a responsible borrower and thereby limit unnecessary debt.
WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Self Catering Unit ON ERF: 416 TOWNSHIP: Longbeach STREET: Praia Da Lagosta Unit 60. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Self Catering Accommodation Establishment 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 25 August 2017. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Anca Bock, C Beukes, Erf 1637, Queenspark, Rundu
WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Self Catering Unit ON ERF: 244 TOWNSHIP: Longbeach STREET: Kuiseb Avenue.
NOTICE Please take note that Van Der Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties on behalf of the owner/s of Erf 4810, Extension 10, Swakopmund, herewith intend to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for the following: CONSENT TO OPERATE A “PUBLIC GARAGE” ON ERF 4810, EXTENSION 10, SWAKOPMUND. 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 Swakopmund Municipality and the applicant during normal business hours. Closing date for objection is 25 August 2017.
In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Self Catering Unit 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 25 August 2017. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Servaas van Wyk, 21 K R Thomas Street, Walvis Bay
Applicant: v/d Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties cc Tel: 081 122 4661 / 081 244 4441 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com, P O Box 1598, Swakopmund
WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Self Catering Unit ON ERF: 440 TOWNSHIP: Longbeach STREET: Kuiseb Street Unit 2. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Self Catering Unit 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.
WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Pre-School and Homework Centre ON ERF: 177 TOWNSHIP: Walvis Bay, Meersig STREET: 11th Street North, 23 Meersig, Walvis Bay. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Pre-School and Homework Centre on the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 119, 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 25 August 2017.
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 undersigned, in writing, not later than 25 August 2017.
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Elna Esterhuizen, P O Box 467, Swakopmund LongStrandcleaning@gmail.com
NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Monique Brendell, P O Box 4415,Walvis Bay
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Pastoral Centre for St Peter's Catholic Church in Narraville Rudy Bowie
There is no doubt that the coast is a preferred destination for Namibians and visitors from abroad. Some people prefer to come to the coast for conferences or just a weekend away or for holidays. The church perspective mode of just spreading the gospel has shifted from a mere conducting of Sunday services, to other modes, such as giving workshops, training, retreats, prayer meetings, rallies and conferences. The centre will cater for such activities. The youth in the whole western deanery and other regions will now have a space for their activities. Some of these spiritual and social activities require that people come over and spend a night at the centre. We will also be able to invite other Parishes for common programmes. The whole Catholic Archdiocese of Windhoek will be in a position to conduct meetings at the centre as well. The centre will also be open to other churches, companies and the community at large, regardless of their religious affiliation; which gives it an identity as a welcoming home to all. This project will also serve as a self sustaining project for the church. With the income we should be able to maintain the facility and keep it attractive to visitors. This will be a multi-purpose facility and a community centre. Other churches in the vicinity can book it for their workshops and bible studies. People can book in their visitors when they have weddings and funerals. The centre will consist of two blocks: block B which is under construction and block A which will be built when funds are available. We expect the total cost to be higher due to the modern nature of the building and a high cost of materials. We look forward to a modern and a facility of quality. The centre was designed by Kotze Architects. It will consist of accommodation units, conference spaces and a kitchen; which would mean creating several job opportunities for the local community. In addition to sustaining the church, the centre will be a symbol of the Catholic Church's humble contribution to the development of our nation and improvement of our people's wellbeing. Since the last block will be the biggest, we will continue with various ways of fundraising. Any Good Samaritan who wishes to make a contribution towards the centre is welcome. This can be in the form of money or materials. We may name a room or a block after any person who makes a huge contribution. We are very happy to see the centre becoming a reality. May the Lord bless whoever is involved in this project and his protection over those who will be building?
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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. * Up to 11 Aug: Art Exhibition of Local Artists at Photo Volker Galeri. * 11 Aug: International Evening. * 12 Aug: Float Procession through Sam Nujoma Ave from 11:11. Kehraus from 13:00. * 26 & 27 Aug: Moth Congress (venue to be confirmed). * 5 Sep: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Volle Evangeliese Kerk om 09:00. * 13 Sep: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00. * 24 Sep: Moth Parade International Day of Peace . * 24 Sep: Lagoon Park Family Market from 9am-1pm with the theme “Oktoberfest”. * 28 Aug - 9 Sep: WAC Fest at Walvis Bay Angling Club. * 29 - 30 Sep: R.K. St Petrus Kerk basaar Narraville. * 29 Sep - 1 Oct: 18th Fish Eagle Rally at Sparta United Club, Walvis Bay. * 3 Okt: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by AME Kerk Kuisebmond om 09:00. * 4 Oct: Ramos Blood Drives. * 11 Oct: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 22 Oct: Moth Parade at Shellhole Remembrance of Battle of El Alamein 11h00. * 25 - 28 Oct: 11th Namport Erongo Business & Tourism Expo. * 7 Nov: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by My Fathers House om 09:00. * 8 Nov: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00. * 12 Nov: Moth Remembrance Day Parade at Harries Park Memorial. ***************
SWAKOPMUND * Bridge: The Swakopmund Bridge club meets every Monday evening at 19:00 at Lions Old Age Home. Contact: Ed Barbour 064405 604. * 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. * 12 Aug: Arts Association Swakopmund: II'KHOBA Hand Embroidery Exhibition (Handarbeitsausstellung) and Collages by Anne Lacheiner-Kuhn. Opening: LOST AND FOUND16:00 Woermannhaus Gallery. * 13–31 Aug: Arts Association Swakopmund: II'KHOBA Hand Embroidery Exhibition (Handarbeitsausstellung) and Collages by Anne Lacheiner-Kuhn. Woermannhaus Gallery Mon–Fri: 10:00 –12:00, 15:00 –17:00 Sat: 10:00 –12:00. * 15 & 16 Aug: Bienenkorb Kindergarten - Kindermusical Aktion Arche um 18 Uhr at Stadtmission, Swakopmund. * 17 Aug: Scientific Society Swakopmund Annual General Meeting at the Sam Cohen Library at 19:00. * 26 Aug: Cake Sale to be held in front of Standard Bank from 08:00, organised by The Organisation for Caring for People with Disabilities. For more information please contact Almut 081 299 1902 or CarolAnn 081 209 8169. * 3 Oct.: Woermannhaus - Gallery: Opening of poster exhibition “Der Weg zur Deutschen Einheit’’ (The Path to Germany Unity) at 17hrs. Viewing till 23 October. * 14 Oct: Luncheon for all the disabled in the Erongo Region, to be held at Haus Der Jugend from 09:00, organised by The Organisation for Caring for People with Disabilities. For more information please contact Almut 081 299 1902 or Carol-Ann 081 209 8169. * 24/25 Nov: Advent Market at the LIONS Old Age Home. Friday from 15:00 and Saturday from 08:00, organised by the Organisation for Caring for People with Disabilities. To book your stall / for more information please contact Almut 081 299 1902 or Carol-Ann 081 209 8169. * 1 & 2 Dec: Cancer Association 20st “Weihnachtsmarkt” to be held in Townhall. ***************
ART EXHIBITIONS * Every Saturday: Open Air Arts Exhibition at the Mole next to tennis courts in Swakopmund. Oil paintings - weather permitting. * Permanent Collection: Woermann Haus Gallery in Bismarck Street. Fine collection of the Swakopmund Arts Association’s “South West Masters’’ and contemporary Namibian art works. Open Mondays to Saturdays 10:00 - 12:00 and 15:00 - 17:00.
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Erinnerungen an eine Buchhandlung Die Kurzgeschichte des Schriftstellers, Essayisten und Journalisten George Orwell aus dem Jahre 1936 wird hier in vier Episoden wiedergegeben. Folge 2 Wie manche Buchantiquariate führten wir diverse Nebenartikel. Wir verkauften zum Beispiel gebrauchte Schreibmaschinen und Briefmarken - gestempelte Marken, meine ich. Briefmarkensammler sind ein eigenartiger, schweigsamer, fischähnlicher Schlag, der sich aus allen Altersgruppen zusammensetzt, aber nur männlichen Geschlechts ist; Frauen entgeht offensichtlich der besondere Reiz, den das Einkleben kleiner Stückchen bunten Papiers in Alben bereitet. Wir verkauften auch Sixpenny-Horoskope, die von jemandem zusammengestellt waren, der das Erdbeben in Japan vorausgesagt zu haben behauptete. Sie befanden sich in versiegelten Umschlägen, und ich machte nie einen davon für mich selbst auf; aber die Leute, die sie kauften, kamen oft wieder und erzählten uns, wie «wahr» ihre Horoskope gewesen seien. (Zweifellos kann jedes Horoskop einen «wahren» Eindruck machen, wenn es einem einredet, man übe eine gewaltige Anziehungskraft auf das andere Geschlecht aus und der schlimmste eigene Fehler sei Großzügigkeit.) Ein ganz gutes Geschäft machten wir auch mit Kinderbüchern, hauptsächlich «Remittenden» und Restauflagen. Moderne Kin-
Stell dir vor, er hat mich in die Sachbücher-Abteilung eingeladen. Es scheint ihm also tatsächlich ernst zu sein.
Liebe Frau Kinghorn,
dann in einem anderen Laden für einen Shilling zu verkaufen. Dennoch finden die Inhaber solcher Buchhandlungen im allgemeinen, dass es sich mehr für sie auszahlt, sich eine gewisse Anzahl Bücher stehlen zu lassen (wir verloren durchschnittlich rund ein Dutzend pro Monat), als die Kunden dadurch abzuschrecken, dass man ein Pfand von ihnen verangte. Fortsetzung folgt!
derbücher sind ziemlich scheußliche Sachen, besonders wenn man sie in Massen zu Gesicht bekommt. Für meine Person würde ich einem Kind lieber ein Exemplar des Satiricon von Petronius Arbiter schenken als Peter Pan; doch selbst d e s s e n Ve r f a s s e r, James Matthew Barrie, kommt einem noch männlich und gesund vor, verglichen mit einigen seiner Epigonen. Zur Weihnachtszeit verbrachten wir hektische zehn Tage im Kampf mit Weihnachtskarten und Kalendern, die mühsam zu verkaufen sind, aber ein gutes Saisongeschäft bringen. Ich fand dabei den brutalen Zynismus interessant, mit dem christliche Empfindungen ausgebeutet werden. Die aufdringlichen Vertreter der Weihnachtskartenverlage pflegten schon im Juni mit ihren Musterbüchern aufzukreuzen. Ein Satz auf einer ihrer Rechnungen ist mir im Gedächtnis haftengeblieben; er lautete: «2 Dtzd. Jesuskinder mit Kaninchen.» Doch unser hauptsächliches
Nebengeschäft stellte eine Leihbücherei dar die übliche, hinterlegungsfreie «twopenny-library» mit fünfbis sechshundert Bänden reiner Unterhaltungsliteratur. Wie die Bücherdiebe diese Leihbibliotheken wohl lieben müssen! Es ist das leichteste Verbrechen der Welt, in einem Laden ein Buch für zwei Pennies zu leihen, das Klebeschild zu entfernen und das Buch
Ich finde es befremdlich, daß Frau Slabbert die Lions verantwortlich macht für die enttäuschende Besucherzahl bei ihrem Flohmarkt, wo auch ein Mittagessen angeboten wurde. Swakopmund hat nicht nur 230 Einwohner – das ist ungefähr die Zahl der Besucher, die im Altersheim bedient wurde und geschlemmt hat. Es kamen nicht nur Deutsche, sondern auch Afrikaner und Engländer. Warum konnte Frau Slabbert nicht mehr Leute für ihren Flohmarkt begeistern? Lag es an dem Plakat, welches eventuell von der Masse übersehen wurde? Lag es an dem Angebot auf der Speisekarte? Ich weiß es nicht. Ich habe am vergangenen Samstag das Gemeindefest der Lutherischen Kirche besucht. Zur gleichen Zeit fand unterhalb des Café Anton eine große Fete zum 125. Geburtstag von Swakopmund statt. Es wimmelte dort von Menschen aller
Farben. Und beim Gemeindefest? Um 12:30 war der Saal voll besetzt und man konnte entweder leckeren Fisch oder Potjiekost bestellen. Im Zelt waren alle Tische besetzt, denn dort gab es Kuchen, Pudding und Kaffee. Es gibt also viele, viele Menschen in Swakopmund, die alles Mögliche besuchen und unterstützen.
Wir richten uns nach Daten, wo fast alle Lions helfen können, da sie an dem Tag nicht arbeiten, und so werden wir es auch weiterhin handhaben müssen. Mit freundlichem Gruß Renate Witt
Möchten Sie ihren Liebsten zum Geburtstag gratulieren? Melden Sie sich bei Susann Kinghorn; Tel. 405183 oder 0812538850; E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
venus hinterm schlüsselloch wir haben alles versucht freiäugig und mit filterbrille zu sehen was sich hinter türen planetar gereiht im dunklen räkelnd auf hellem zeigen sollte
Illustration: Robert Högfeldt Der Geburtstagsmorgen: Die Huldigung, vergnügt maskiert, in enger häuslicher Bezirkung, von kindlichem Humor regiert, verzichtet gern auf äuß’re Wirkung.
Nee man, tscheck hier: dieser Ostwind macht mich moff. Hab keene Lust mehr auf hot flushes. Bin in any case viel zu alt dafür.
das auge zielte auf selten vorbeiziehendes vom kurs abgekommen vermaßen wir die abstände verglichen aufs neue fantasie und wirklichkeit Anonym
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Südafrikanische Autorin liest in ,,Die Muschel” Swakopmund (sk) In der ,,Muschel” fanden sich zur Vorstellung der Autorin Marita van der Vyfer vor allem Frauen ein. Das ist nicht verwunderlich, greift doch bereits ihr erster Roman für Erwachsene “Griet skryf n sprokie” aus dem Jahre 1992 hauptsächlich Frauenthemen auf. Auch sind die meisten Protagonisten ihrer zahlreichen Werke Frauen. Die spritzig-freche, lebenslustige Südafrikanerin lebt mit ihrem Mann und ihren vier Kindern in Frankreich. Marita van der Vyfer
Die in Südfrankreich lebende Marita van der Vyfer liest aus ihrem neusten Buch ,,Misverstand” (Mißverständnis) vor. Fotos: Susann Kinghorn
größte Herausforderung beim Schreiben eines Buches? Ich habe immer gesagt, es ist im Grunde genommen einfach, ein Buch zu schreiben. Bevor ich 20 Jahre alt wurde, habe ich Dutzende Geschichten geschrieben. Die eigentliche Herausforderung liegt darin, das Werk auch zu Ende zu bringen. Das ist, wo die Schafe von den Böcken getrennt werden bzw. all die Menschen, die schreiben wollen, von den Menschen unterschieden werden, die tatsächlich Schriftsteller werden.. 4. Was treibt Sie an? Guter schwarzer Kaffee und gute schwarze Schokolade! 5. Wie gefällt es Ihnen in Namibia? Dies ist mein 5. Namibia-Besuch in 25 Jahren, und jedes Mal bin ich verliebter in dieses Land. Wer mehr über Marita van der Vyfer erfahren möchte, der kann auf ihre Website gehen: www.maritavandervyv er.info
Muschel-Inhaber Peter Reiner hört amüsiert zu, während Marita van der Vyfer auf ihre spritzig-freche Art aus ihrer neusten Publikation vorliest. hat hier einige Fragen beantwortet. 1. Was vermissen Sie als Südafrikanerin in Frankreich? Ich vermisse es, auf den Straßen Afrikaans zu hören. Nicht im eigenen Heim, denn dort spreche ich mit meinen Kindern Afrikaans. Auch höre ich mir im Internet einen afrikaansen Radiosender an. Das Schönste an einem Besuch im südlichen Afrika ist für mich, mit fremden Menschen in Afrikaans zu kommunizieren. 2. Was fehlt Ihnen, wenn Sie in Südafrika sind, aus Ihrer Wahlheimat? Ich vermisse in Südafrika die bunte Palette an Käsesorten, die es in Frankreich gibt. Als ich vor 20 Jahren in Frankreich landete, war ich nicht gerade eine beherzte KäseLiebhaberin, aber ,,wenn in Rom, mach’s wie die Römer!” Jetzt bin ich selbst nach den blausten und rohsten Stinkekäsesorten verrückt. 3. Was ist für Sie die
Die Swakopmunder Physiotherapeutin Marieke Kirchner-Mocke war eine von vielen Küstenbewohnern, die Bücher der Schriftstellerin erwarben und signieren ließen.
Locker vom Hocker Leben oder gelebt werden... ...so lautet der Titel des Buches von Walter Kohl, das ich Ihnen empfehlen möchte, liebe Küstenleser. Walter Kohl hat seit seiner Kindheit darunter gelitten, im Schatten seines politisch mächtigen Vaters, des Bundeskanzlers Helmut Kohl, leben zu müssen. Letzterer hat sich vor allem durch die Mitgestaltung der
Sohn des frischgebackenen Bundeskanzlers beim Eintritt in den Dienst am Vaterland... ein gefundenes Fressen für die Medien” ist. Um ihre Erwartungen zu enttäuschen, fährt er nicht etwa mit einer ,,schicken Limousine” zur Saar-Pfalz-Kaserne, sondern mit dem Regionalzug nach Homburg, wo er kurz entschlossen in einen
ner (Vaters) Nähe sein durfte...”, so Kohl junior. Danach verschlechtert sich die eh meist angespannteVater-SohnBeziehung zunehmend. Sie findet ihr
Gestellte Familienidylle? Helmut und Hannelore Kohl mit ihren Söhnen Walter (links) und Peter. Fotos: Internet deutschen Wiederver- Lkw der Bundeswehr unversöhnliches Ende, einigung ins Gedächtis springt, um somit den als Hannelore Kohl, gebrannt und verstarb lauernden Fotografen das Herz der Familie, ihrem Leben selbst ein vor knapp zwei Mona- zu entkommen. Das erinnert mich Ende bereitet und ihr ten im Alter von 87. irgendwie an das Jahr Mann wieder heiratet. ,,Jeder Mensch hat eine 1995, als der Einheits- Durch das AufzeichFamilie,” beginnt das kanzler Namibia be- nen seiner Gedanken Buch des ,,Sohns vom und Gefühle versucht suchte. Die Namibier Kohl”, zu dem er von seinen Mitmenschen außerhalb der politi- Walter Kohl, sich daständig reduziert wird. schen Branche waren von zu befreien, gelebt ,,Ein banaler Satz?... beeindruckt, als der zu werden, statt zu Nicht, wenn man den Namen Kohl trägt und der eigene Vater einmal für 16 Jahre der mächtigste Mann im Lande war.” Bereits als Sechsjähriger muss er erfahren, dass es Mitschüler gibt, die ihn als Boxsack sehen, an dem sie die Frustration ihrer Eltern auslassen, die mit der Kohl-Politik nicht einverstanden sind. Die Scham ist groß, wenn der ,,Sohn vom Kohl” während der siebziger Jahre des eskalierenden Terrorismus durch die Rote Armee Fraktion per Der Unmut scheint sich in den Gesichtern Polizei-Eskorte zur zu spiegeln: der 80jährige Helmut Kohl mit Schule gebracht wird. Sohn Walter im Jahre 2011. Und dann regiert na- Kanzler mit einem leben, und kommt türlich auch die Angst schlichten Bus von schließlich zu einer Erin dem Kopf eines Kin- Windhoek nach Swa- kenntnis, ohne die sein des, das Terrorismus kopmund reiste - ohne schonungslos offenes noch nicht versteht. flickerndes Blaulicht Werk sinnlos geweDoch im Inneren hat und heulende Sirenen, sen wäre: ,, Durch das sich die Maxime des- wie man es hierzulande Schreiben begann ich, Vaters eingebrannt: von hohen Politikern meinen langjährigen ,,Du musst stehen!” Irrtum zu akzeptieren, gewohnt ist. Nach der Schule ent- Das Jahr der deutschen dass ich Ansprüche an scheidet sich Walter Einheit ist auch auf meinen Vater anzuKohl, zum Militär zu persönlicher Ebene - melden hätte....Heute gehen, genau im Jahre im Verhältnis Vater- kann ich meinen Vater 1982, als sein Vater als und-Sohn-Kohl - ein akzeptieren, so wie er Kanzler vereidigt wird. H ö h e p u n k t : , , I c h ist.” Ich freue mich für Der junge Kohl kennt schätze mich glück- dich, Walter! inzwischen die Presse lich, dass ich während Deine/Ihre und weiss, dass ,,der dieser Zeit viel in sei- Susann Kinghorn
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DUNESIDE HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATIONS
FETE/FAMILY BAZAAR On Saturday, 1 July 2017, the misty weather could not keep learners, parents and teachers away. Dressed in their brand new 50th Celebration t-shirt, people arrived at school as early as 06:00 to start with preparations for the parade as well as food stalls. The Fete kicked off with a parade around the school. Learners from PrePrimary to Grade 12 and parents were dancing and singing while walking behind big float. Song and laughter filled the air and everyone's big smiles chased the cold away. At the Fete, a variety of stalls catered for old and young, colourful face painting, jumping castles, games and lots to eat and drink. The parents challenged the learners to play hockey and netball matches against them. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves and left with full bellies and exhausted smiles.
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A special assembly was held on 7 July 2017, where the guest of honour was the Minister of Education, Arts and Culture, Hon. Katrina Hanse-Himarwa. The minister welcomed enthusiastically with traditional dance and song by Ms Ijungo and learners dressed in their traditional attire. Present amongst the other invited guests were the Governor of Erongo, Hon. Cleophas Mutjavikua, The Director of Education, Mr John /Awaseb, Inspectors of Walvis Bay and Swakopmund Circuits, Principals, Former Principal, Mrs Ansie Du Plessis, previous and current governing body members and teachers, as well as parents and learners of Duneside High School. Mrs Zaskia Weber, a former Dunesider, did a remarkable job as MC, as well as the Mascato Youth Choir, together with Mr Theodore Cookson, entertained guests with a few spectacular performances. After the Assembly, invited guests were treated to snacks and drinks in the tea garden.
Our sincere gratitude goes to our dear honourable Minister of Education who graced us with her presence, as well as all invited guests. Mr Ivan Marshall of Eagle Upholstery (Pop-Up Banner), and Mr Volker of Photo Volker (50th Celebration photo) for their sponsorships.
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VACANCIES & NOTICES
NOTICE CONSENT USES, ERECTION OF BUILDINGS AND USE OF LAND IN TERMS OF TOWN PLANNING SCHEME REGULATIONS Notice is hereby given in terms of Clause 6 of the Swakopmund Town Planning Scheme Regulations that the Town Council considers the following consent uses, erection of buildings and use of land, details of which are obtainable from the General Manager: Engineering Services. Erf 43, Turnstone Street, Vogelstrand: Special permission for Building Height Relaxation from 8m to 10m. (Contact Person: Mr. JT Heita (Manager: Town Planning) Tel: +264 (64) 4104403. Any person having any objections to the proposed step may lodge such objections, duly motivated in writing, with the Acting Chief Executive Officer until 4 September 2017.
VACANCY POSITION: Operations Manager â€“ Logistics REPORTS TO: Marketing Director LOCATION: Walvis Bay COMMENCEMENT DATE: 1 October 2017 CUT OFF DATE: 1 September 2017 QUALIFICATION/EXPERIENCE * Matric and tertiary qualification. * At least 5 years managerial experience in Clearing and Forwarding industry. * Sound knowledge of Customs procedures and Clearing & Forwarding and bond management. * Sound knowledge of Excel and Word. * Financial experience will be an added advantage. * Human Resources experience. * Unendorsed code 8 driver's license JOB REQUIREMENTS * Existing client satisfaction * Implementation and maintenance of ISO systems, policies and procedures * Administration and monthly reporting. * Liaise with internal and external clients/service providers * Sales and Quotations. * Ensure smooth-running of day-to-day operations within clearing and forwarding department * Cover operations within department as and when required. * Business growth (including travelling as required) KEY ATTRIBUTES * Excellent interpersonal skills * Excellent written and verbal communication skills * Attention to detail and accuracy essential * Customer focussed at all times. * Team Player and positive work ethics. * Able to work overtime if required * Ability to work under pressure
APPLICATIONS MUST BE FORWARDED TO THE MARKETING DIRECTOR: 165 RIKUMBI KANDANGA ROAD, WALVIS BAY
11 AUGUST 2017 NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In the Magistrate's Court for the District of Swakopmund held at Swakopmund. Case No 291/2017 In the matter between: Raly CC Plaintiff And Mannie's Plumbing and Maintenance CC Defendant In Execution of a Judgement granted by the Magistrate's Court in Swakopmund on 12 June 2017, a sale will be held on 19 August 2017 at 10:00 at Coastal Auctions, No 19 Hidipo Hamutenya Street, Swakopmund. 3 x Chairs 2 x Scanners 2 X Fax Copier 1 x Office Desk Assorted Loose Computer Parts Assorted Books 5 x Old Radio Receivers/ transmitters 2 x Picture Frames 1 x Book Shelf 3 x Gas Heaters 1 x Chair 1 x Bar Fridge 1 x Damaged AEG Fridge Freezer 12 x Crates with Assorted Spares and Parts and Tools 1 x Loose Power Supply 4 x Boxes with Computer Parts 2 x Rolls Yellow Tape 1 x Roll Plastic Tape ± 55 Bottles with Screws and Fittings ± 20 Bottles Cleaning Detergent ± Paint Tins 3 x Filling Shelves 1x Telephone 1 x Step Ladder 2 x Dust Bins 2 x 20 L Cans 2 x Gas Geysers 1 x Rubber Carpet 2 x Boxes with Various Plumbing, Electrical and Maintenance Parts and Books 1 x Bag With Keys 1 x Work Table 1 x Wash Drum 2 x Geysers 1 x Box With Plastic Fittings 1 x Switch Box ± 4 Boxes Flourescent Tubes 1 x Work Bench with Tools Rolls Hose Pipes 1 x Work Bench ± Drums With Scrap Pipes etc. 8 x Pumps ± 18 Bottles With Screws 1 x Floor Carpet 1 x Roll Rubber 2 x Fans Assorted Loose Tools, Spanners and Screw Drivers 1 x Wood Ladder ± 25 Metal Frames ± 100 Pvc Pipes and Skirting Strips 2 x Rims ± 40 Boxes with Assorted Fittings and Parts 1 x Filling Shelves 3 x Parts Shelves 1 x Tape Shelves 1 x Urn 1 x Vacuum Cleaner ± 7 Rolls Of Cable ± 70 Containers with Screws and Fittings 1 x Pulley System 1 x Uni Cycle 6 x Toilet Buckets 1 x Hob 1 x Extractor 1 x Model Plane ± 5 Tube Light Boxes 1 x Sink Assorted Wood Planks
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± 100 Loose Toilet Pipes, Seats, Lids & Fit 1 x Racket 1 x Pump 1 x Power Supply 1 x Box With Pipes 1 x Wood Box ± Metal Frames and Grid 1 x Printer Terms “voetstoots”: Cash To The Highest Bidder. Signed at Swakopmund on 8 August 2017. KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Legal Practitioners For Plaintiff Tel: 064 – 405051 P O Box 1455 Haus Altona No. 2-6 Tobias Hainyeko Street SWAKOPMUND (Ref: RAL2/0004-60)
ESTATE NO: 620/2016
Vacancy Announcement Etosha Fishing Corporation (Pty) Ltd is a Namibian owned company operating in the small pelagic sector. We are based in Walvis Bay, Namibia and are looking to recruit for the following positions: -
Marine Engineer Class 4
In the estate of the late Christiaan Arnoldus Reichert, Id no: 470914 0044 5, divorced, who was ordinary resident at No.16, Lagoon Mansions, Walvis Bay and who died at Windhoek on 26 January 2016. The First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the above
estate will lie for inspection at the Offices of the Master of the High Court and a copy thereof at the Offices of the Magistrate for the District of Walvis Bay for a period of 21 (twenty one) days from date of publication hereof. JAN HERMANUS OLIVIER c/o Jan Olivier & Co 131 Sam Nujoma Avenue P O Box 597 Tel: 064 - 207871 Walvis Bay
Closing date will be Friday, 18 August 2017 or until position is filled, whichever comes first. If interested, please visit our website www.etoshafish.com.na for the detailed advert for the position.
MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY An equal opportunity Employer The Municipal Council of Walvis Bay offers the following opportunity to Namibian Citizens DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Meter Reader MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY
(PATERSON GRADE LEVEL B1)
(An equal opportunities Employer)
Purpose of the Job: To record water readings at the consumers' premises, in order for the municipality to accurately and timeously invoice the consumers for their water consumption, and to observe, record and report any irregularities.
The Municipal Council of Walvis Bay offers the following opportunity to Namibian Citizens:
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SECRETARY (PATERSON GRADE LEVEL C1) Purpose of the Job To coordinate the affairs of the General Manager's office, as well as to provide a full secretarial support service covering all administrative matters that arise in the day-to-day activities of the General Manager's office, while maintaining a professional image of the office. To attend to all routine planning, scheduling and correspondence tasks, and to screen and evaluate inquiries and requests within the General Manager's office. Key Performance Areas · Secretarial Duties /Office Efficiencies · Effective communication · Information management Educational Qualifications and Working Experience · 3 years Diploma in Secretarial Studies / Office Administration/ Office Management/ Information Administration. · Three (3) years secretarial, clerical or administrative experience reporting to a Supervisor or Manager. · Code B Driving License 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, Ms Hilma Kawiwa at telephone number 064-2013343. E-mail and fax applications are not acceptable. Closing date: Friday, 25 August 2017 NOTICE NO: 40/2017
Key Performance Areas: · Meter readings · Cuts-offs and reconnections (also bulk-water meters) Qualifications and Experience: · Grade 10 (minimum 23 points) plus 6 months experience related to meter readings. Will receive at least 2 -4 weeks in service training to become familiar with all sites to be inspected, all relevant water meter equipment, and related administration. OR · Grade 12 (minimum of 23 points). No prior experience required, but will receive at least 2 -4 weeks in service training to become familiar with all sites to be inspected, all relevant water meter equipment, and related administration. · Code BE Driving License 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 Human Resources Practitioner, Ms Ewaltine !Noarises at telephone number 064-2013306. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted. Closing date: Friday, 25 August 2017 Notice No. 43/2017
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NOTICE: CONSENT USES, ERECTION OF BUILDINGS AND USE OF LAND IN TERMS OF TOWN PLANNING SCHEME REGULATIONS:
Contact Person: Mr. J Heita (Manager: Town Planning) Tel: +264 (64) 4104403.
Africa's Most Influential Women in Business and Government AND Titans: Building Nations SADC South - 2017
Any person having any objections to the proposed steps may lodge such objections, duly motivated in writing, with the acting Chief Executive Officer until 1 September 2017.
The awards are the leading African recognition programme honouring excellence in the private and public sector. The programme covers 23 economic sectors and has for the past seventeen years independently recognised those leaders who are at the pinnacle of their industry.
M.P.C Swarts Acting Chief Executive Officer
“Nominees undergo a rigorous multi-tiered judging process,” says Annelize Wepener, Chief Executive, of CEO Global. “Quality assurance is provided by our audit partner throughout the judging process and the highest possible standard is maintained. Those individuals whom have been recognised as winners in their field can be assured that they have truly excelled.” The SADC South leg of the recognition programme is the first part of CEO Global's recognition programme that takes it around the continent to 8 regions. In each of these regions, country and regional winners are identified. The regional winners automatically qualifying for the Continental Awards ceremony to be held in Johannesburg on 1 November 2017, where the continent's leading man and woman from each of the 23 economic sectors will be selected from the regional winners. According to Annelize, CEO Global's recognition programmes dispels the notion that Africa has a paucity of innovative and progressive leadership talent. “There are tremendously inspirational stories at core of each winner's professional and personal life story. I am really very privileged to interact with these individuals. They deserve the admiration and respect they are afforded, particularly Lifetime Achievers who have often been absolute pioneers in their field.” She also has words of encouragement for finalists: “To be recognised as a finalist is an achievement in its own right. You are without a doubt on the right path and we hope the recognition you have enjoyed spurs you on to greater things.” About Africa's Most Influential Women in Business and Government and Titans: Building Nations Awards The mission of the awards is to identify and recognise Africa's most influential male and female leaders. The nomination process for the Awards is an open process with no professional body affiliation required. Nominations are obtained from the business community and individuals during a nomination window which opens on 1 September and closes 31 December each year. During the course of 2016, just under 4000 nominations across the various sectors were received from across the continent for the 2017 awards. The judging panel comprises leading figures from the business and public sector that have excelled in their own right and understand the demands made upon contemporary leaders. The judging process consists of three tiers and is comprised of 24 representatives from across Africa. None of the judging panels are remunerated for their work and CEO Global extends its sincere thanks to Yvonne Finch (chairperson of the panel) and all the judges for the work they have done and the time they have sacrificed to make the programmes a success. Broadly speaking the judges look for candidates who have made an impact on the profitability/sustainability of their organisation or that of their employer; played a leading role in the development of their sector; willingly developed those around them and invested of themselves in the upliftment of communities. About CEO Global CEO Global is a media company that has during the last 17 years focused on the identification of Africa's leading talent and sharing their success stories. The company's products include, CEO magazines, Africa's Most Influential Women in Business and Government, Titans: Building Nations, FLUID (Future Leaders under Individual Development) and Mentor Me 24/7. For organisations who wish to know more about these products please contact us 012 667 6623 or email@example.com
Notice is hereby given in terms of Clause 6 of the Swakopmund Town Planning Scheme Regulations that the Town Council considers the following consent uses, erection of buildings and use of land, details of which are obtainable from the General Manager; Engineering Services. 1. Erf 3715, (30 Dr.Alfons Webber Street, Kra-mersdorf) Swakopmund; Special permission to operate a Place Of Instruction / Kindergarten.
CALL FOR PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE PROPOSED ESTABLISHMENT OF A TOWNSHIP CONSISTING OF 217 ERVEN AND REMAINDER ON ERF 5761, KUISEBMOND EXTENSION 13 Green Earth Environmental Consultants has been appointed to attend to and complete an Environmental Impact Assessment and Environmental Management Plan (EMP) for the proposed establishment of a township consisting of 217 erven and Remainder on Erf 5761, Kuisebmond Extension 13 in order to obtain an Environmental Clearance Certificate to as per the requirements of the Environmental Management Act (No. 7 of 2007) and the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations (GN 30 in GG 4878 of 6 February 2012). Name of proponent: Oshipe Turnkey Projects (Pty) Ltd Description of proposed activities: It is the intention of the proponent to establish a Township consisting of 217 erven and Remainder on Erf 5761, Kuisebmond, Extension 13, Walvis Bay. The erven will be provided by bulk services including internal roads, a water reticulation system, a sewer system and electricity. Project location: The proposed development is located on Erf 5761, Kuisebmond. A locality plan of the project site and prosed subdivision and land use plan is displayed on the notice Board of Walvis Bay Town Council or can be obtained from the offices of Green Earth at Bridgeview Offices, No. 4 Dr. Kwame Nkruma Avenue, Klein Windhoek. Interested and affected parties are hereby invited to register in terms of the assessment process to give input, comments and opinions regarding the proposed project. A public meeting will be held only if there is sufficient public interest. Only I&APs that registered will be notified of the possible public meeting to be held.
Lewcor Civil Works (Walvis Bay) (Pty) Ltd.
The last date for comments and/or registration is 31 August 2017. Contact details for registration and further information: Green Earth Environmental Consultants Contact Persons: Carien van der Walt/Charlie Du Toit Tel: 081 127 3145 Fax: 061-248608 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
A vacancy exists for a
Marine Engineering Seaflower Group of Companies: incorporating the two main Operators, Seaflower Whitefish Corporation Limited & Seaflower Lobster Corporation based in Lüderitz, is an equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action employer and requires the services of a Marine Engineer for her wet fish trawler vessels. Duty Station: Reporting to: Employment:
Luderitz Fleet and Maintenance Manager Permanent
The primary purpose of the position is to sail as Chief Engineer onboard designated vessels. Key accountability area will include and are not limited to: Maintain and repair all machinery onboard our fishing trawlers Maintain and update logbooks detailing all work performed Ensure compliance with DMA regulations Supervise work performed by workshop as well contractors
Requirements: Namibian Citizen. Marine Engineer Class 4 with 1500+ Kw dispatch Minimum 2 years' experience on wet fish trawler vessels of more than 200 tons. Good knowledge of Safety, Health, Environment and quality rules. Good knowledge of refrigeration, hydraulics, electronics and electricity. Proof of Safety certificates, Medical fitness, updated seamen' book. Candidates meeting the requirements should send their CV with supporting documents to: The Human Resources Department Seaflower Whitefish Corporation Limited. P. O. Box 15 Lüderitz Phone: 063-208100 E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Only shortlisted candidate will be contacted. Closing Date: 17 /08/2017
NOTICE CLOSURE OF ROAD Do take note that Gertrude Rikumba Kandanga Hilukilwa road will be closed from 12 August 2017 @ 07h00 to 13 August 2017 @ 19h00 due to repair works. We apologize for any inconvenience caused during this period
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BIRTHDAY WISHES Brandon-Lee Miranda 12.08.17
Happy Birthday We love you!! Mammie, Pappie & Sisters
LOST / FOUND / REWARD OFFERED
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Our cat Savannah went missing from Kiaat Street Ocean View on Sat 22nd July, but could be anywhere in Swakopmund. A former street cat, very shy and scared of people except owners. Please don't try to catch. Short haired, white with dark grey and orange in her back, head and tail. If you even think you may have seen her, please call immediately 081 144 2080. A person whose tip about her whereabout leads to cat getting back home receives a REWARD.
CLOSING TIME: 10:00 day prior to publication
LIVING VILLA BED AND BREAKFAST Opening its doors to the Walvis Bay, public to pay us a visit in Meersig on 7th Street East number 22. For more information call us 081 617 7690 livingvilla.bb@gmail. com
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HAIR HARMONY BEAUTY SPOT We supply 100% Brazilian hair Brazillian hair prices 200 grams 8 inches N$ 700.00 10 inches N$ 950.00 12 inches N$ 1080.00 14 inches N$ 1150.00 16 inches N$ 1350.00 18 inches N$ 1460.00 20 inches N$ 1610.00 22 inches N$ 1800.00 24 inches N$ 2000.00 26 inches N$ 2100.00 28 inches N$ 2230.00 30 inches N$ 2280.00 32 inches N$ 2400.00 34 inches N$ 2560.00 Visit us in Walvis Bay behind Shoprite Close to Cats Lounge 10th Road Contact: 081 638 5042
UNO TRUST BUILDERS AND RENOVATORS P.O.BOX 650 SWAKOPMUND Tel: 064 461 844 Building, renovating, painting, maintenance, roof sealing paving, plumbing etc. Sound construction methods and proper workmanship by experienced team quaranteed. Contact J Harteveld: 081 148 1939 CLEMENS HARASEB INVESTMENT UPHOLSTERY CLEANING: We do: car seats Mattress, Office chairs Rug carpets, Sofa’s Room carpets baby seats and more 081 615 0356 Repairs done on all Aluminum work such as showers, windows, doors and other repairs needed in and around the house. Contact Gotlieb Nel: 081 643 4423 081 747 6943 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 / WHATSAPP / CALL: 081 374 6444
Holiday Education (Grade 10 & 12) included Namcol Tutorial Classes N$50.00 reg & N$100 per subject. We also offer :effective study skills coaching, extra classes, homework assistance, career guidance, optimize your child’s potential! Call 081 647 7920/1 or visit our website @ www.enquiregroup.com
COURSES GERMAN COURSE FOR ADULT BEGINNERS: Learn to speak German and improve your job opportunities! limited space available. Register now to qualify for a discount. Experienced mother-tongue teacher. Courses for Kids available too. Contact: 081 607 2685
Josef Driving School in Swakopmund :- We offer Driving Lessons Professional and Friendly Instructor. Failing is not an option. NaTis test Swakopmund, Karibib and Walvis Bay Please contact 081 418 3595 King of Medicine is here to solve any kinds of problems like lost lovers in the same day results!!! Males enlargement all size, breast and hips enlargement creams, financial problems, cort cases, lucky stick money, winning gambling casino and many more cal NOW King Makote 081 409 3630 SPECIAL SERVICES: CONTAINERS TO BUY/RENT and storage yard in Swakopmund with 24/7 access. Office, ablution etc alterations. Cowboy's: 064 418150 / 081 146 4770
CHEF FOR HIRE: For your catering needs, weddings, functions, workshop meeting platters, birthday parties etc. or home cooked meals. If you don’t feel like cooking, just call your chef to do the cooking for you at your house or call to order your meal and we will deliver. 081 378 8786 We cook with excellence SERVICES For your build in cupboards, gates, wood and steel, roof repairs. Fitment of garage doors and installing of gate motors. Free quotations in Walvis Bay. Operations in Walvis Bay. Swakopmund and Henties Bay. Contact: 081 147 1867 081 245 6233 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 064 207 897 081 581 0474 INO HALA OKULI LONGELA MWENE??? Ohatu yakula moinima ngaashi: *Okushangifa ongeshefa *Ondungediladila yongeshefa *Omitengenekwa mivalu *Okuehela omikuli (DBN, SME Bank….) * Omavalulo oifendela *Okulongekida otendela *Eedjapo domufika muwa noshikondo sheliko loshilongo, naikwawo ihapu. Tu dengela ko: 081 699 2441 / 081 144 2738 081 581 0474 NATIS CONSULTANT • Licence Renewal • Change of Ownership • Roadworthiness • Police Clearance • Special Permit • Number Plates ANGELO 081 498 6051 firstname.lastname@example.org
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TRADITIONAL DOKOTA THE HEALER DOKOTA BABA CHANDE The powerful traditional healer who never fail no matter how big is your problem in spiritual and traditional way don’t let your problems give you stress day and night. I am here to help you... To bring back your lost lover no matter for how long you break up To stop your love cheating on you Remove badluck from your body Promotion at work Do you want to win the divorce or stop the divorce Misunderstandings in your relationship To chase away the bad evils in your house To boots your business to have more customers Protection of your property To sell your property very fast To win tenders with your business Magic wallet and magic stick Protection of your body from your enemies Women and men who don’t produce Financial business matters Pregnant problems Debt account loan Gambling and casino To see your enemies in the mirror And many more Cell: 081 647 2904
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TRADITIONAL DOCTOR Doctor Oupa Khoromana The Old Man with 40 years experience with very powerful medicine from Malawi is in Walvis Bay. He has come to finish all jobs the others has failed. Specialised in diseases and problems such as bringing back lost lovers, to win your previous job back, to get promotions, complicated court cases, to pass examinations, clean out bad luck, protection of bodies and houses from witchcraft, win gambling and casino, win contracts and tenders. Business attraction, to win a man or woman of your choice, and a husband / wife to be yours only. Stop drinking and smoking, unhealed, swelling feet and legs, high blood pressure, sugar, asthma, epilepsy, pregnancy problems, recover stolen property and many more and other complicated problems. Please note “I don't try I just do it” Contact Oupa Khoromana The Old Man 081 655 9594
TRADITIONAL DOCTOR DR GOGO DIMBA from Malawi is in Walvis Bay with 30 years vast experience in various problems & diseases. Such as bringing back lost lover in 4 days, removal of bad luck, complicated court case, bringing out a person from prison, to get a man of your choice, to stop your lover from cheating on you, jobs and promotions, protection of bodies and houses from witchcraft, pregnancy problems, rejuvinate mens power during sex, penis enlargement, high blood pressure, epilpsy, asma severe headache, swollen feet, unhealed wounds, delete debts, winning contracts & tenders, gambling, financial problems. Come and experience wonderful miracles happening in you life and you will never regret. Contact Dr Gogo Dimba “The Old Man” 081 602 6990
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TO LET CENTRAL 2-bedr. unit, garage @ N$6500 avail. imm. FAIRWAYS FULLY FURNISH 3-bedr unit, 2 garages @ N$10500 p.m. NEAR WALVIS BAY HIGH SCHOOL 3 Bedr house, 1 garage spacious yard N$9000pm
HERMIS 3 bedr house plus guest room with shower, 2 garages N$10500pm
Dianne 081 239 6323
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Malakia Properties TO LET MONDESA Inside rooms from N$ 1900.00 W/L incl 1 bedroom, bathroom And Kitchen N$2700.00 W/Incl TULINAWA 1bedroom and bathroom N$2500.00 W/ Incl 1 bedroom, bathroom And Kitchen N$3100.00 W/ Incl Avble 1/9/2017 JABULANI 3 bedrooms, bathroom Kitchen bic with stove, Lounge and boundary wall N$6000.00 W/ Incl All Dep-required Office 064-406783 Cell: 081 397 2207
TO LET WALVIS BAY CBD Brand new remote garages in secure complex. N$ 750-00 p/m Yolanda 081 158 3463
WALVIS BAY, Fairways. Bachelor flat W/E incl. Alarm system incl. No garage. Parking space N$ 4 500.00 p/m For single person. Contact: 081 147 7626 House 2 Rent Swakop 3 Bedroom Apartment 2 Rent close to the beach with 2 bathrooms and Garage Pet Friendly Price N$8500 + Deposit please call 081 498 6051 TO RENT: Lagoon 2 bedrooms, open plan kitchen and lounge area. 1 garage, available 1 September 2017 N$ 6 000.00 p/m Deposit N$ 6 000.00 W/E incl. Contact: 081 455 3338 TO RENT: Bachelor flat to rent in Narraville immediately available. Flat has security features and are perfect for 1 - 2 people. N$ 3 400.00 p/m W/E incl. Deposit negotiable. For viewing: 081 213 0284 081 325 5230 TO RENT: You only live once, live in style In Walvis Bay Large free standing house on Union Str.H/N 63. 3 bedroom, 3 garages one of which can be used as an office/workshop. Built in cupboards, large pet friendly, big yard, two toilets newly painted and tiled. Pre paid meter, fully alarmed. N$ 8 900.00 p/m Excluding W/E One month deposit and references required. Call: 081v 697 8588 081 378 7347 064 204 986 Email: email@example.com a First come, first served
WALVIS BAY CBD Are you looking for office space. Look no further give me a call. Yolanda 081 158 3463
To Rent Walvis Bay Central Town 4 Bedroom double garage 2bathrooms N$ 9 000.00 p/m Deposit N$ 5000.00 Available immediately W/E incl. Contact: 081 252 9876 Bachelor flat 2 Rent Mondesa, Swakop Bachelor unit with own yard and parking space up for rent in Mondesa for N$ 3 500.00 p/m Rates and water inclusive, pre-paid electricity. Deposit equivalent to the rental amount but payable over 2-3 months. Contact: 081 305 1332 House to rent Ocean View Swakopmund Ext.23 a Spacious 2 bedroom Free Standing House with BIC 2 bathrooms, large open Plan Lounge with Kitchen Double Garage. Sea View. Water included and pre paid electricity N$ 7 500.00 p/m Deposit N$ 4 000.00 Optional with 2 Bedroom Flat N$13500 BIC Water included Separate pre paid electricity Available as from 1 September 2017 please call 081 203 9035 To Rent in Fairview Estates, Walvis Bay 2 Bedroom Town house with 2 Bathrooms, open plan kitchen, lounge indoor BBQ, 1 garage & courtyard N$ 7 250.00 pm Contact 081 147 5420 Flat 2 Rent in Mondesa 3 Bedroom flat, kitchen and bathroom in Mondesa to rent, immediately available. N$ 4 400.00 p/m water included pre-paid electricity. Call 081 477 8633 Bedroom Flat Mondesa 1 Bedroom flat, open plan kitchen with BIC and sitting room, inside toilet and shower. Water incl. N$ 3 500.00 p/m & full deposit. Available immediately. Call 081 418 3595 & 2 Bedroom House open plan kitchen and sitting room toilet and shower. N$ 4 800.00 p/m Full deposit water included Contact 081 418 3595
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TO RENT: Bachelor apartment to rent Makriel Street Kuisebmond W/E incl. N$ 2 600.00 p/m Plus deposito Call: 081 314 9294
Rent in Oletuweni Swakopmund Erf 3046 1 bedroom Bachelor Flat with open plan kitchen, geyser, toilet, boundary wall and pre-paid electricity N$ 2 300.00 p/m Water incl. Deposit N$1000.00 Available immediately Please call Nestor 081 234 0425
Brand new 79m² two bedroom flat including motorised lockup garage. N$ 5 950 pm. Contact: Deidre 081 448 7333 SPACIOUS TO RENT IN MAHETAGO, SWAKOPMUND NEAR WOERMANN BROCK SHOPPING COMPLEX One spacious bedroom, bathroom and a space for kitchen with built cupboards for N$2650-00 available immediately. Water included, electricity prepaid. 0853101660 Flat To Rent Vineta Swakopmund, Omeg Str 1 x 2 Bedroom Flat with kitchen and shower / toilet to rent in Vineta Omeg str. No Garage but there are parking in yard for car. Price N$4500 + Deposit of N$4500 W/E incl. Please call 081 344 3794 To Rent Longbeach 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms, Tandem Garage N$6500 and Deposit, incl water Available 1ste September 2017 Call: 081 464 4429 To Rent in Vineta 1 and 2 bedroom Flats available September 2017 to rent in Vineta Swakop Rent and Deposit neg water & elect included Secure area, pet friendly, NO garage but enough parking Please call 081 274 8746 TO RENT: 3 bedroom house for rent with an option to buy too. It has 3 bedrooms house, 2 toilets, a garage, BIC and alarm and burglar bars. Mondesa Ext 3 next to Mondesa, Woermann Brock. N$6 700.00 p/m Pre-paid electricity, deposit required. Please contact 081 261 8487 / 081 581 0234 TO RENT: Walvis Bay 2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Flat Pre -paid electricity Water Excluded Underground parking N$ 6500-00 per month Contact: Elrie Pieterse 0812507135 TO RENT: Bachelor flat to rent in Walvis Bay, Erf 2953 no 11, Sitrien Street, Kuisebmond. N$ 2 650.00 p/m W/E incl. For viewing and queries. One can move anytime Call: 081 285 0579 TO RENT Central Swakopmund : Modern offices , 100 m², N$7000 & VAT, Contact 081 247 3026
TO LET VOGELSTRAND, SWAKOPMUND 3 bedrooms town house, 2 full bathrooms, guest toilet, automated double garage, indoor fire place, outdoor braai, with sea view in secure complex. Available 1 September. N$ 9 300.00 p/m Contact: 085 124 9826
TO RENT: Wvb Modern 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, open plan kitchen, lounge, Dishwasher, blinds, G4S N$ 200.00 water incl. Pre paid electricity. 1 garage, space for 2nd car outside. Courtyard at back. NO ANIMALS STRICTLY SELECTION Hannahs Cottages Sam Nujoma Avenue 216 N$ 6 300.00 p/m Deposit N$ 6 300.00 Available 1 August or 1 September 2017 Contact Frank Carter: 081 124 2151 TO RENT: Narraville One bedroom flat with kitchen and toilet. N$ 3 000.00 p/m N$ 1 000.00 deposit. W/E incl. Contact: 081 231 7492 TE HUUR: Meersig Walvisbaai 3x slaapkamer met instap hangkaste, 2x badkamers, oopplan kombuis, eetkamer en sitkamer met binnebraai. Dubbel garage met ‘n ekstra kamer met geriewe. Diefwering en alarmstelsel met reaksiediens wat ingesluit is by die huur. Koopkrag en water nie ingesluit nie. Beskikbaar vanaf 1 Oktober 2017. N$ 9 500.00 p/m Kontak Henie Struwig: 081 244 1291 TE HUUR: Meersig 4 slaapkamers, 2 badkamers, dubbel garages. Beskikbaar 1 Oktober. W/E uitgsl. N$ 10 000.00 p/m Tel: 064 200 487 House to Rent Ocean View Swakopmund 4 bedroom 2 Bathrooms Livingroom Open-plan Kitchen Diningroom Interior Braai, entrance hall, 3 garage, courtyard with outside Braai, N$ 13 000.00 pm Water & Electricity Excluded plus Deposit, Available from 18 September 2017 Please phone 081 786 0089
To Rent in Kramersdorf Swakopmund 2 Bedroom Flat to rent with 2 garages and 1 bathroom NO PETS N$ 8 000.00 please call 081 242 3568 Capricorn Estates JP vd Walt 081 127 2736 Swakopmund To Let Ocean View - Flat 2 Bedroom in safe area N$7300pm Langstrandt - Bachelor Furnished Flat with Garage. bargain ! Yearly rental increase waved for 3 years N$5200.00pm Vogelstrandt - Lux 2 bedroom 2 garages, pool 24/7 security N$10500pm Vineta - 2 bedroom garden Flat with Garage w&l included N$6500.00 pm
WALVIS BAY CBD Pelican Mall 80m² shop on ground floor. Yolanda 081 158 3463 TO LET TO LET TO LET TO
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AFRICAN TRADITIONAL HEALER DAKOTA WAGO He is well known traditional healer with powerful healing in traditional and spiritual he helped a lot of people with his special mugat healing no matter how big your problem is, he never fails he specialise in the following: Relationship matters to bring back lost lovers no matter how long you broke up or how far he is. To stop your lover from cheating on you or to sleep around. Get married quickly with your love, divorce matters to win the divorce or stop the divorce. Remove badluck from your body. To chase away bad spirits or tokoloshes in your house. Boosting your business to have more customers, protection of your body from enemies. To win court cases no matter how big your case is. Sendwana oil for luck in gambling. Women with pregnant problems. Men and women who can not produce. The magic stick and the magic wallet Loan and debt. Call Dakota Wago 081 485 2785
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TO RENT: Walvis Bay Industrial Area Syncrolift 2nd Street East Office space available. Contact: 081 124 3904
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TO LET PICK OF THE WEEK STORAGE SPACE IN SECURE COMPLEX NEAR WEIGH BRIDGE 31.3 m² @ N$1950pm VAT excl BRAND NEW WAREHOUSE PLUS OFFICE Ranging between 250 m² to 2500m² CENTRAL OFFICES 110m² @ N$9000 p.m. Vat excl
Dianne 081 239 6323
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KUISEBMOND Various sizes of shops available & for viewing. Yolanda 081 158 3463
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BUSINESS FOR SALE RESTAURANT IN WALVIS BAY As running concern fully equipped stock included. Ideal location 72 seats incl. bar Good turn over Low rent + overheads Owner retiring Contact: 081 146 9696
House For Sale Swakop Ocean View 2 Houses on a 982m² First House: 4 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 Garages, Kitchen, Lounge, Dining Room, In and Outside BBQ plus Second House: 1 x Double Storey 3 Bedrooms, OpenPlan Kitchen, Lounge, in-side BBQ, Big Garage and much more... Please call 081 786 0089
Most beautiful Erf for sale in Heritage Hill. Erf no 2 measuring 1129m² Breathtaking views over the Swakop River and the dunes. For only N$ 850,000-00 Contact Michelle 081 122 7145 House for Sale Ocean View Swakopmund Free Standing House in Ocean View near Spar for sale, 3 bedrooms 2 and half bathrooms with toilets, main bedroom ensuite, spacious livingroom open plan kitchen, laminated floors, indoor braai, solar geyser and double garage. Erf size 622m² House 224m² Price N$1 850 000 contact Owner 081 663 3252 Private Sale Rossmund Phase 2 713 m² erf for N$ 55 0000 Contact: 081 128 0439 081 291 4699
ERF FOR SALE: Tamariskia Erf size 547m² N$ 630 000.00 excl. transfer and bond costs, with plans to build 5 units or build your dream house. No agents! Call: 081 208 7316 Capricorn Estate Agent For Sale Swakopmund JP vd Walt 081 127 2736 Vogelstrandt 2 Bedroom House Excellent Buy N$1.5mil Ocean View 3 Bedroom 2 Bathrooms 2 Garages and Yard N$1.6mil call JP 081 127 2736
SWAKOPMUND VACANT PLOTS RESIDENTIAL 687m² - N$ 747 000-00 586m² - N$ 750 000-00 796m² - N$ 866 000-00 558m² - N$ 800 000-00 BUSINESS 8,970m² N$ 25 000 000-00 neg
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FOR SALE CENTRAL Spacious 2 bed ground floor flat, 1 bathr, open plan living, single garage. Fair size yard, lovely garden. N$890 000 FAIRWAY ESTATE Brand new 3 bedr duplex Townhouse, 2 bathr, spacious open plan living, fitted kitchen, BBQ, guest toilet, double garage N$1 400 000 MEERSIG EXT 1 Stunning 3 bedr home 2 full bathr, huge open plan living, kitchen, BBQ, double garage and large back yard. N$ 2 450 000
Joey 081 129 3293
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CARS FOR SALE: Isuzu KB Double Cab 2014 34 800 km N$ 245 000.00 BMW 1.6, 2007 model with 115 000 km. N$ 80 000.00 Toyota Land cruiser N$ 45 000.00 Contact: 081 148 1332
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WANTED: We buy GOLD and SILVER for CASH, you can bring your unwanted Gold and Silver Jewelry to us and we will refund with cash. Swakopmund, Henties and Walvisbaai Contact 081 344 3794
Thurston Snooker Table with Joe Davis competition cups two competition cues and stand in good condition table is in Swakopmund private home asking price N$ 43,500 Call 081 774 1501
FOR SALE : 2× White Fibreglass Garage doors. In a mint condition. Contact 081 258 2107
FOR SALE: Kuisebmond 3x bedroom, one bathroom, kitchen, lounge and single garage. Big yard for future expansion. N$ 800 000.00 negotiable Preferably bank approved clients. Call: 081 292 7764 FOR SALE: Townhouse, Kuisebmond 3 bedroom flat, 2 bathrooms, 1 garage kitchen and sitting room Courtyard. They are three in complex N$ 600 000.00 costs are excluded Call: 081 217 7959
Wanted to rent in Mondesa Looking for a 2 or 3 bedroom house to rent anywhere in Mondesa form 01.09.2017 Please call 081 141 0689
ITEMS FOR SALE SWAKOPMUND CALL 081 567 4522 3 x Bridgestones “10x20" Truck Tyres with rims like new N$1500 [each] 5 x Fridges Defy starting from N$1500 each 1 x Anvil Gasoparated Professional Chip Fryer N$5500 1 x Frigidaire Upright Deep Freezer 305lt [old school] like new N$2500 1 x Defy 3 plate plug-In Stove with Oven Black [new] N$2200 1 x DEFY SlimLine 600 Build-Inn Stove with Oven & Extractor Fan Demo - Model [like new] Black N$2750 1 x Samsung 34"inch LCD TV like new N$2500 Call 081 567 4522
LIBIDO SPRAY IMPOTENCE / INFERTILITY Natural Products Africa Potato Suppliers Opposite Wimpy Swakopmund 064-404626 081 127 9922
Fax and Answering machine combination, Panasonic using paper rolls. Value N$1200 Contact 081 244 4418 in Swakopmund For Sale Swakopmund Cell 081 420 5973 •1. Computer Set N$3500 •2. Standard TV [LG] & remote control N$1000 •3. Aluminium Door & Frame N$1500 •4. Fridge Freezer N$1500 •5. Glass Table & 6 Chairs N$4500 • 6. Sleeper Coach N$3000 •7. 6 Drawers Wooden Desk N$1000 •8. Body Shaper N$1500 •9. DSTV Dish N$150 •10. Air Cooler N$700 •11. Build IN Oven & Hob N$1500 •12. Complete Shower Door & Trug N$1200 •13. 100 x records all for N$700 Please call/sms or find us on facebook : Singombe Trading 081 420 5973
OTHER PRODUCTS FOR HIRE: * Grinders * Generators * Welders * Saws and lots more We deliver & collect
Contact us at Tel: 064-21 5400 Cell: 081 122 5554 Fax: 064-21 5444 email: saleswb@ coastalhirenam.com
VACANCIES VACANCY: Office Administrator Mature Lady with strong administrative skills. Min 5 years accounting experience. Extremely organised. Experience with HansaWorld a great advantage. Please email CV to: admin.walvis@rhino trek.net
CARS TE KOOP: Ford Bantam bakkie 1300. 76496 km Uitstekende toestand Sleg een eienaar Rede vir verkoop: eienaar gaan verhuis. Kontak: 081 446 5599
GOGGA 081 169 6215
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HOUSE FOR SALE: Narraville 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, huge main bedroom with en suite and lots of cupboards. Lounge, kitchen, dining area, double garage, large erf for further extension. N$ 1 200 000.00 Contact: 081 148 1332
FAIRWAYS HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 Beds, with two full bathrooms, all BIC's, Entertainment area, Indoor BBQ, lounge dinning area, open plan fully fitted kitchen, alarm, burglar bars, outside braai with complete fitted one bedroom flat, double garage, all in immaculate condition, loads of potential for further development , Erf size 760m², House 152m² Flat 49m² asking below valuation N$1 960 000.00 Contact 081 7533 610
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ELEGANCIA INVESTMENTS Narraville 3 bedrooms, kitchen / lounge, single garage N$ 750 000.00 Kuisebmond 3 bedrooms, 2 flats N$ 950 000.00 Swakopmund Plot and plan houses for sale from N$ 890 000.00 Contact: 081 866 9480
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GEHEUE / MEMORY KONSENTRASIE / ONTHOU SKOLIERE / STUDENTE NATURAL PRODUCTS Africa Potato Suppliers Opposite Wimpy Swakopmund 064-404626 081 127 9922
TO HIRE FUNBEES CC Hiring and Sale's of party supplies : jumping castles (variety ) Water-slides (Big and small) Obstacles courses Trampolines Swimming pools Gazebos & small party tents. Popcorn & candyfloss machines. Many more party supplies. Cell:081 827 2719 / 081 827 2739 Email:funbees@izzy holdings.com.na
VACANCY: Looking for an experienced Barista Man / Lady at Cordes + Co Send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org OR hand deliver at Daniel Tjongarero Street, Swakopmund VACANCY: I am looking for a Taxi Permit in Swakop and Walvis Bay to register my cars as a taxi Please contact me 081 826 9157 and I am also looking for a Taxi Driver to drive the taxi in Swakop and Walvis please call me 081 826 9157
JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am a 29 year old lady looking for work in restaurants or domestic work. I have a grade 10 certificate and is good in English, speaking and writing. In Walvis Bay. Contact: 081 441 0427 081 715 3101 JOB WANTED: A 36 year old man is looking for any kind of job around Walvis Bay. Contact: 081 801 2752 WERK GESOEK: Ek is ‘n 39 jarige vrou opsoek na huiswerk of kinders oppas. In Walvisbaai, Meersig, Lagoon, Narraville. Kontak: 081 327 2651 081 649 7865
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JOBS WANTED WERK GESOEK: Ek is 31 jaar oud, en is dringend opsoek na Huiswerk vir 3 dae of 5 dae per week. Ek is betroubaar en eerlik. Skakel my asseblief 081 335 9756 JOB WANTED: A 32 year old Christian trustworthy and hardworking lady is looking for Domestic work or office cleaning for 3 or 5 days per week I even can do baby-sitting work Please call me on 081 805 3166 JOB WANTED: Ueriunga Tjiramba - 27 years old, urgently looking for work as a DRIVER. I have code C1 Driver License with G.P. [goods and passenger] Please call me 081 657 7206 JOB WANTED: Christa Hoës of cell 081 770 9820 is looking for Nanny or Domestic work is Swakopmund. For reference please phone R.G. Kolzing at 081 206 0506 JOB WANTED: Theresia Shipapo of cell 081 303 1809 is looking for Domestic work in Swakop on Tuesdat and Thursday mornings. For reference please phone R.G. kolzing at 081 206 0506 WERK GESOEK: Ek is baie dringend opsoek na huiswerk in Swakopmund vir 5 dae per week van Maandae tot Vrydae. Ek is betroubaar en eerlik en kan dadelik begin werk. Skakel my asseblief op 081 304 8949 WERK GESOEK: Ek is 40 jaar oud en is opsoek na huiswerk vir 3 of 2 dae per week ek kan was, stryk, skoonmaak ek is hardwerkend en betroubaar dit kan in Swakop, Langstrand of Dolfyn strand of Ocean View wees. Skakel my asseblief 081 479 8413 JOB WANTED: I am a young lady 24 years of age looking for Domestic work or work at a Guest House from Monday to Friday or 2 days per week Please call 081 770 9855 JOB WANTED: I am a young lady 27year looking for domestic work, baby sitting, waitress, geusthouse, from Mondays to Fridays in Swakopmund I am able to start immediately. Please phone me on 081 785 3158 JOB WANTED: I am a 21 year old Lady looking for Office or Domestic work, even Child care work from Monday to Friday only in Swakopmund Please call me 081 657 5176
JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am a 24 year old lady looking for domestic work. Washing, cleaning and ironing. Contact: 081 459 0241 WERK GESOEK: Ek is ‘n 44 jarige dame opsoek na huiswerk of strykwerk. Vir 2 - 3 dae ‘n week, ek is baie betroubaar en hardwerkend. Walvis, Langstrand, Lagoon of Meersig. Kontak: 081 205 2457 JOB WANTED: Am a 30 year old lady looking for domestic work and housekeeping. I am free everyday. Ready to start any time. Contact: 081 449 5127 WERK GESOEK: Ek is op soek na Woensdae werk. Ek is baie betroubaar en hardwerkend. Bereid om enige tyd te begin. Kontak: 081 328 9184 JOB WANTED: We are two girls who is looking for work, even cleaning in office. Call: 081 866 0271 081 277 5488 WERK GESOEK: Betroubare jong dame opsoek na enige werk, kinders oppas, huis skoonmaak. Restaurant of kantoor skoonmaak. Kan enige tyd begin. Kontak: 081 424 3218 081 432 4342 JOB WANTED: I am a 23 year old lady looking for cleaning, cooking and washing work. I am available for any work, committed and very punctual. Ready to start any time. You can contact me on the following: 081 841 4622 081 292 5389 WERK GESOEK: Op soek na was en stryk werk op Langstrand of Dolfynstrand, vir 3 dae. Kontak: 081 882 3719 JOB WANTED: Am a young lady looking for work, restaurant or domestic, as soon as possible. Ready to work anytime. Contact: 081 645 4073 JOB WANTED: Am a young lady looking for domestic work or office cleaning in Walvis Bay only. Can start as soon as possible. Contact: 081 566 8011 WERK GESOEK: Betroubare 45 jarige Magde is opsoek na Saterdae se huiswerk. Drink en rook nie. Werk netjies. Dorp, Meersig, Lagoon, Dolfynstrand, Langstrand Ext 2 no 1. Kontak: 081 471 8044
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DEATH NOTICES Doodsberig Mev. Agnes Marais van Outjo Is Maandag 7 Aug in die ouderdom van 89 jr oorlede. Sy laat 7 kinders, 6 skoonkinders, 18 kleinkinders en 19 agter kleinkinders agter.
Haar begrafnis vind plaas Maandag 14 Aug om 10 uur vanuit die NG Kerk op Outjo.
Hendrik C.P. Venter * 09-09-1941 + 06-08-2017 Funeral: Friday, 11 Aug 2017 at the Kruis Kerk, Meersig, at 15:00
Contact: Desiree 064- 203209
Aurora Martins * 10 / 04 / 1938 + 04 / 08 / 2017 Psalm 23:1 The LORD is my shepherd, I lack nothing.
Memorial Service: Date: Monday 14 August 2017 Time: 15:00 Place: New Chapel Pioneerspark Contact: Bela Gomes – 081 260 2609
VACANCIES VACANCY Admin Assistant
We are looking for a motivated, energetic & dedicated person for the position of administrative assistant at our Walvis Branch. Following Requirements are an ABSOLUTE MUST: · Grade 12 · Must have a valid driver's Licence · Previous experience in Admin field · Age 25 – 35 · Applicants with Pastel Accounting experience will have an added advantage. Please email Complete CV's with supporting documents to email@example.com Closing Date: 18 Aug 2017
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Walvis Bay Schools Bowls League The first ever Schools Bowls League in Namibia was held at the Namib Park Bowls Club in Walvis Bay. The league games were played every Thursday day from 6 July to 3 August. On the final day under rather windy cold conditions, Walvis Bay Private High School A proved to be the better side as they beat De Duine SS A 11/6 to win the league. The learners attended training during the league and there is definitely talent that must be developed for the future. The following learners that needs to be looked out for are: Salom Lungameni, Fesus Jonas, Vaino Amadila, Celeste Kandume, Mary-Ann Olifant, Sarafina Namindo, Devine Hareseb, Fabio Aworab, Antonius Kamibeb, Roger Hanganda, Juanita Van Rooi, Abigail Abbit, Ryan Gruhn, Jacques Gryffenberg, Cora Lotter, Sean Kouwenhoven & Robert Herle Devine Hareseb, Antonius Kamibeb, Roger Hanganda and Abigail Abbit were invited to play in a sponsored pairs competition bowler & non bowler where they acquitted themselves admirably. The final standing of the league was; 1st WBPHS A - N$8000.00 2nd De Duine SS A - N$4000.00 3rdWBPHS B - N$2000.00 4th Dolphin Elementary A - N$1000.00
5th De Duine SS B 6thKuiseb SS B 7th Kuiseb SS A 8th Dolphin Elementary B Some of the learners attended coaching lessons during the league and there is definitely talent that should be developed in the future. Some names to look out for are: Salom Lungameni, Fesus Jonas, Vaino Amadila, Celeste Kandume, Mary-Ann Olifant, Sarafina Namindo, Devine Hareseb, Fabio Aworab, Antonius Kamibeb, Roger Hanganda, Juanita Van Rooi, Abigail Abbit, Ryan Gruhn, Jacques Gryffenberg, Cora Lotter, Sean Kouwenhoven and Robert Herle. Devine Hareseb, Antonius Kamibeb, Roger Hanganda and Abigail Abbit were invited to play in a sponsored pairs competition bowler & non bowler over a weekend recently, and acquitted themselves admirably. The organizers would like to thank Poena of Magic Discounters for sponsoring the schools league all the schools with their learners that participated.
At last it was a sweet revenge for Walvis Bay Private High School's (WBPHS) Netball team as they beat the Netball team of Windhoek Gymnasium 35-31 in the Coca Cola National Under 17 Netball league. WBPHS under 17 Netball team lost 31-33 to Windhoek Gymnasium in the final of the Bank Windhoek Super League. This year was the first year that the WBPHS played in the Bank Windhoek Super League. It was a great achievement for the girls to be in the final of the Super League but they wanted to win the cup.
Coastal Bowls Excelled Both Coastal Bowls clubs (Rossmund Bowling Club from Swakopmund and Namib Park Bowling Club from Walvis Bay) reigns supreme for the 2016/2017 season in the final games of the Namibian National Bowls League in Windhoek. Rossmund Bowling Club is the overall winners of the National League for a second successive year of the Namibian National Bowls League. The men's division were won by the Namib Park Bowling Club of Walvis Bay as Rossmund Bowling Club won the ladies division and the second division. Transnamib Bowling Club was the winners of the first division. For the Rossmund Bowling Club this is a magnificent achievement as they are a small club with basically just twenty active bowling members. Congratulations are in order for the two coastal clubs'.
Spur T20 Social League 2017 Final Tomorrow is the 10th and final day of the Spur T20 Social Cricket League for 2017. What great fun it was for everyone. The League hosted 12 teams with Belmet Girls, Spur Development and Pro Ed School consisted 95% of youngsters and proved that no matter your age you are still able to let the other team sweat a bit. PPS Knights, Namibian Radio Services money. Agency (NRSA), West Coast Aluminium Koh-E-Noor is a Windhoek based team that (WCA), Swakop Strikers, all these clubs drove all the way from Windhoek to showconsisted of quite a number of players that case their talent. The Windhoek base team are playing in the Namibian National Crick- won all their group games but lost the one game that matter, the semi-final against Fuel et League. Fuel Pump Repair Warriors (FPRW), Spur, Pump Repair Warriors (FPRW) that ended Massekinners (MSK) and The Parentals second in their group. that consist of only social players with the Tomorrow the Plate Final will be contested youngsters gave the Namibian National between Massekinners and Namibian Radio Cricket League players a run for their Services Agency at 10:00 and PPS Knights
Overall Winners: Rossmund Bowling Club
will play against Fuel Pump Repair Warriors in the final at 14:00. Both games will be at the Walvis Bay Oval. Everybody is welcome to join in the fun. The organisers would like thank all the teams and there players for entering for the Spur Social League without you this would not off been possible. Special thanks goes out to Spur, for sponsoring the tournament, without their assistance the Social League would not have been such a successful event.
Fuel Pump Repair Warriors Social League Players Windhoek based Koh-E-Noor Cricket Team
11 AUGUST 2017
28 NAMIB TIMES
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Nampol athletes win Husab Marathon The 3rd Annual Husab Marathon took place last weekend. The Husab access road close to Arandis was used as the marathon route and saw 829 participants entering in the different categories. The marathon goes from strength to strength and saw a year-on-year growth in popularity. Mathew Jesaya from Nampol was the overall winner of the Husab Marathon and he finished the 42km race in two hours, thirteen minutes and one second. He won a N$10 000-00 cash prize. Leena Ekandjo, also from Nampol, won the Ladies open 42km race, completing it in two hours, fifty seven minutes and forty one seconds. The winners of the 10km races were Kefas Kandjaslili and Ottilie Kaunapawa Aimwata. Speaking at the closing of the event, the Governor of the Erongo Region and patron of the Husab Marathon, Clr Cleophas Mutjavikua stated the importance of the Husab Marathon to integrate Swakop Uranium employees and their families into the communities of the Erongo Region and the country as a whole. Clr Mutjavikua further said the Swakop Uranium Foundation assists the national agenda priority issues of the Government through employment creation and social responsibility projects. Mutjavikua used the opportunity to urge Swakop Uranium employees to continue good working relations with their Chinese colleagues. He said Namibians should adopt the strong working ethics and culture of high performance that is part of the Chinese culture, to
ensure Namibia grow as a prosperous country. The Governor thanked the Peoples Republic of China and China General Nuclear Power Corporation for contributing greatly to the GDP of Namibia. The Husab project remains largest single foreign investment in Namibia to date. As a corporate citizen, Swakop Uranium continues to make positive contributions in our communities. Each year The Swakop Uranium Foundation requests the Governor to nominate a needy charity or school to receive the surplus funds from this event. The Governor this year nominated the Katora Primary School near Spitzkoppe as the recipient of the funds. The funds will be hand over to the school on a date yet to be announced. All the way from Rehoboth were runners Cecilia Lotsch and her husband Willem. The forty nine year old Cecilia inspired many of the young runners. This was her second marathon and she won in the veteran's race. The pair will be back next year as she will have to defend her title. The Swakop Uranium's Cultural group entertained the runners and guests. The cultural group consists of both Chinese and Namibian workers. The Swakop Uranium Foundation thanked all the participants, the sponsors and the media for the support over the past 3 years.
Willem & Cecilia Lotsch Over all men's winners of the 42km race, Mathew Jesaya, Swakop Uranium board member Eliphas Hawala and the overall winner of the women's 42km race, Leena Ekandjo
The Chinese cultural group
Tunacor Fisheries donates netball uniforms to BWSC The Tunacor Fisheries Community Fund made a donation of netball uniforms to the netball team of Blue Waters Sports Club. The Financial Manager of Tunacor Fisheries, Mr Dewald van Heerden, said at the handing over ceremony on 3 August: "Tunacor is thrilled to plough back into the community. We are honoured to assist the nation where we can. We would like urge you (the netball team) to go out and make Tunacor and the Walvis Bay community proud". Blue Water Sports Club in particular the netball players were delighted and thankful for the uniforms. The co-ordinator of Blue Waters, Osvaldo Dos Santos on behalf of the Blue Waters Sports Club and the community thanked Tunacor for the donations to the club and for their commitment to the community at the coast and Namibians in general.
Sha-Riza Smith, Ndeyapo Kandy Mupupa, Oswaldo Dos Santos, Dewald van Heerden, Nomvula Mupupa and Jo-Anne Hendricks