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namib times SERVING THE COASTAL COMMUNITY SINCE 1958 NO 6843 TUESDAY 11 FEBRUARY 2020 Tel: +264 64 - 205854 / +264 64 - 461866 /Fax: +264 64 - 204813 / 064 - 461824 / Website: www.namibtimes.net

African pangolin linked to Coronavirus outbreak in China

One of the men who died at sewerage plant hailed a hero One of the men who died at the Walvis Bay sewerage works in Walvis Bay on Thursday is hailed a hero for having sacrificed his life in an attempt to save the life of another. All indications are that Mr Willem Neshuku entered a sewerage pump station on Thursday at around 13:30 to try and rescue a municipal worker, Mr Mathias Amadhila who was possibly overcome by sewer gas, lost consciousness and then fell into the water. According to a police report Neshuku was working at another station at the sewerage works when a municipal employee called him to come and assist as a colleague was unconscious in the sewer pump station and was floating in the water. Without hesitation Neshuku ran to the pump station and ran down the flight of stairs to try and rescue the stricken Amadhila. It is suspected Neshuku was also overcome by the sewer gas and he too fell into the water. Emergency services were called. The bodies of Neshuku and Amadhila was retrieved from the water shortly thereafter. Meanwhile, the mayor of Walvis Bay, Alderman Immanuel Wilfried offered his con-

dolences to the bereaved families and friends of the deceased and in a statement said more information on the incident is awaited.

At first it was thought to have transferred from animal to human through a bat. Then the prime suspect was a cobra snake. Ultimately, scientists now believe that the new Coronavirus which has hit central China and over 25 countries worldwide made its crossing from animal to human infection via the African pangolin. The African pangolin is the world’s most trafficked wild animal and as a result numbers are under pressure throughout its habitat, including Namibia where people have been arrested and prosecuted for smuggling pangolin. There are known cases in Walvis Bay where both Namibians and Chinese nationals were arrested and prosecuted for pangolin smuggling. Its scales are much sought after in China where it is used in traditional medicines. On many Chinese people it is dawning now that the use of wild animal products for traditional medicines is nothing more than the marketing and cunning of those who makes the profits selling it. Like pangolin, rhino horn, snakes, shark fin, swallows nests and many other wild species, there is no scientific basis to support any healing powers.

Arrested for Mandrax posession at Henties Bay Eileen van der Schyff

Mathias Amadhile

A 24-year-old man was arrested for having Mandrax pills in his possession at the Omdel Location Hentiesbay on Friday. Reginald Hendricks was found in possession of 10 Mandrax tablets valued at N$1 200. Hendricks made a first appearance on drug-related charges yesterday in the magistrate's court at Swakopmund.

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Learnt how to detect corruption

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Coronavirus update

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Oldies win Generations Bowls Cup at Rossmund

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SADC state of transport and trade discussed Sharlien Tjambari

Transport officials from SADC (Southern African Development Community) countries met in Swakopmund this week to discuss the state of transport and trade in the region, the group reviewed the progress made by Cross Border Road Transport-Regulator's Forum (CBRT-RF) since its establishment two years ago.

Homeowners responsible for safety of homesteads Sharlien Tjambari Homeowners are supposed to be responsible for their safety and those of their family members when it comes to electrical wiring, it is not the responsibility of council. This was revealed to Namib Times by the Arandis Town council after a family of 18 were left homeless when a fire destroyed their home last month. Johannes Mwayuhamo and his 17 family members were left homeless after a fire destroyed their home in Arandis on 20 January this year. Residents of Arandis Town council suspected that the fire might have been caused by faulty electrical wiring. The Communications Officer of Arandis Town Council Irene Jacobs said the removal of waste and ashes has been completed in accordance, but the cause of the fire remains undetermined. “With reference to the responsibility of all property electrical/wiring as well as safety, it vests in the user/owners of the premises as per section 2(1) of the occupational health and safety act and regulations (85 of 1993)”, she added. Council advices community members and homeowners, when performing extensions or when making alterations to their dwellings to make use of accredited electrical companies for wiring and installations in order to ensure their safety. A list of accredited and approved electrical service providers can be obtained from local offices of the Erongo Regional Electrical Distributor. It must also be noted that when any alterations are completed, a compliance certificate must be obtained from the Erongo Red and a completion certificate from the Arandis Town Council. When Namib Times asked council they can render any further assistance to the Mwayuhamo family, Jacobs said the Mayoral Relief fund, which assists with the aged members, dread disease victims and cases of natural disaster, was depleted during December 2019 and needs to be replenished. Jacobs further said: “Due to availability, council could only allocate a 3-bedroom home to the family. It must however be noted that this allocation was to be a 3-month arrangement only lasting till the completion of all repairs to the damaged home and after the relocation of the family members”. She added: “Council has however requested the family to list all the necessities to repair the damaged house and replace the furniture destroyed which is not claimable and then we shall initiate a request for donations”

According to the CBRT-RF Chairperson and the Chief Executive Officer of the Cross-Border Transport Agency, Lwazi Mboyi, the cross-border road transport is a vital cog in the mammoth task of creating a better environment for an economically vibrant Africa. “We recognise the fact that Intra-Africa trade is still at its lowest and ours should yet be another attempt to contribute to a significant improvement on that front”. The CBRT-RF was officially established by the SADC Ministers of Transport, Communication and Meteorology to serve as a body that will improve the cross-border road transport systems in the SADC region by harmonising policies and reduce transportation costs, delays and transit times as well as eliminate regulatory fragmentation in the region. Furthermore, this was driven by the need to ensure efficiencies in the cross-border road transport industry through the elimination of the challenges that hamper trade between and amongst countries in the region. Challenges include the weakness in the regulatory framework between countries; failure by member states to fully implement the regulatory framework; failure by regulatory authorities to harmonise regulatory practices and requirements, standards and procedures; incorrect implementation of the road transport agreements and unclear cross-border road transport legislation; and the lack of common understanding of the provisions of the SADC protocol on transport, communications and meteorology and agreements. Mboyi said, given all these challenges, it has always been clear that transportation between different countries in Africa would be a challenge, “today's forum meeting presents us with an opportunity to do an in-depth evaluation of the journey traversed over the past two years since the establishment, to sincerely reflect on what has worked well and all challenges, with the hope of chatting a clear and well- informed programme to take us forward”. The target for the first two-year term of the forum was to set up its institutional and governance framework to lay the foundation for the CBRT-RF to perform its duties in the SADC region.

Christmas elephant is back Eileen van der Schyff

The coast's Christmas elephant is back. After a temporary absence after first spotted near Swakopmund over the festive days of 2019, it was spotted near Langstrand on Sunday. Game wardens guided the elephant back towards the Swakop River on Sunday. It was later spotted in the Rossmund area. The elephant was collared some weeks ago in the Omaruru River after initially guided from Swakopmund northwards towards the Ugab River.


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Nezette Beukes takes the reins at Etosha Fishing Corporation Etosha Fishing Corporation announces the appointment of Nezette Beukes as its new Managing Director (MD), effective 1 January. Beukes held the position of Financial Director at the company from 2015 and has been acting in the position of MD since the resignation of its former MD Pieter Greeff in December 2018. Established in the 1940s, Etosha Fishing is a leading player in the Namibian fishing industry and considered to be one of the foremost round-can production facilities in southern Africa. It is the only remaining operational cannery in Walvis Bay. Over the years Etosha Fishing has entrenched its position as an awardwinning manufacturer that delivers products of exceptional quality. The company subscribes to the vision "excellence in food processing" and operates under HACCP compliance and EU Accreditation. It is the proud Namibian home of the iconic and market-leading Lucky Star canned pilchard brand and a pioneer in the value addition drive of Namibia's horse mackerel with the establishment of its own EFUTA Maasbanker brand in 2013. A born and bred Namibian from Walvis Bay, Beukes completed her school career at De Duine High School in Narraville. Determined to succeed in her professional career, Beukes has worked her way up through the ranks, starting out as an office administrator and later a sales consultant at Edgars. With a strong sense of purpose and dedication, she completed her Bachelor of Commerce Degree through the University of South Africa on a parttime basis while employed at PriceWa t e r h o u s e -

Coopers. Since then her passion, commitment and exceptional competence has landed her prominent financial management positions with leading companies in Walvis Bay before being appointed at Etosha Fishing as Financial Director. “Finance is my heart beat and acting in the position of managing director really took me out of my comfort zone,” Beukes remarks. From the outset she was faced with severe challenges as Etosha Fishing has been under pressure to remain operational and sustain jobs as a result of a three-year moratorium imposed on pilchard catches in 2017. As a pilchard quota holder, the mainstay of Etosha Fishing's business is the catching and canning of pilchards. The company has devised several business strategies to ensure its cannery remains operational, including the importation of frozen pilchards for local value addition. Beukes is particularly proud of the fact that Etosha Fishing was one of the first companies to can locally

caught horse mackerel. Marketed under the EFUTA brand, the company has established a very successful local brand, which she hopes to take to new heights. During the past year she has already proven her tenacity and skilfully weathered the worst of the storm. “I thrive on challenges. Having a family and working full time while completing my degree was both a challenge and a great accomplishment,” Beukes says. With the appointment of Beukes as the company's new MD, Etosha Fishing stands out as a shining beacon of gender inclu-

Nezette Beukes

sivity and women empowerment in the fishing industry. Nearly half of the management team at the company is female, while the majority of the workforce comprises women. “To be recognised for our consistent delivery of quality products in this very competitive business environment is not a matter of how many males and females you have employed. We all work together as a team. It should however serve as a motivation to women hoping to enter this sector that they can also excel in a traditionally male dominated world,” Beukes motivates.

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Swakopmund Court Report

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Walvis Bay Court Report Mahuiriri Tjazuko (37), Assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm read with the Provisions of the Domestic Violence Act, Act 4 of 2003 (April 2019) The case was withdrawn against the accused. Lynique Louw (29), Assault common read with the Provisions of the Domestic Violence Act (August 2019) The accused was found guilty with evidence. Werner Konrad Hinz (36), Drunk driving (September 2019) The case was withdrawn against the accused. No blood results available. Monica Mokhatu (60), Possession of drugs (September 2019) The accused was found guilty. Joseph Angula (24), Theft (January 2020) The case was with-drawn against the accused. State withdraws ITO S6 CPA of 1977. Joseph Pamukeni Aktofel (28), Fraud (January 2020) The matter was postponed to 23 April 2020. Further investigation (Final Remand) Raynaldo Pieters (21), Andre George (32), Housebreaking with the intent to steal and theft (January 2020) The matter was postponed to 17 March 2020. Further investigation (Final Remand) Materno Micheal (42), Refusal to give breath/blood specimen (January 2020) The matter was postponed to 31 March 2020. Legal Representation (Final Remand) Paulus Shivute (23), Housebreaking with the intent to steal and theft (January 2020) The matter was postponed to 12 March 2020. Further investigation (Final Remand) Michael Doeseb (29), Malicious damage to property read with the Provisions of the Domestic Violence Act 4 of 2003. (February 2020) The accused was found guilty. Vima Nghopopirwa (34), Assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm (April 2018) The case was withdrawn against the accused. Complainant in the north and unwilling to come. Petrus Mwanyangapo (20), Theft (August 2019) The case was withdrawn against the accused. Complainant file a with-drawal statement. Deon Nuuyoma (25), Rape (October 2019) The matter was postponed to 18 February 2020. Legal aid. Mervin Damaseb (37), Kidnapping.

(November 2019) The matter was postponed to 15 April 2020. Further investigation. (Final Remand). Gavin Swartbooi (30), Failure to pay maintenance (February 2019) The case was withdrawn against the accused. Anne-Mary Tjombe (40), Theft (December 2019) The matter was postponed to 4 March 2020. Further investigation (Final Remand) Frans Elago Oswalo (24), Housebreaking with the intent to steal and theft (December 2019) The matter was postponed o 1 June 2020. Plea and Trial. Paulus Shanika (37), Mwenyo Leevi Iyambo (38), Theft (De-cember 2019) The matter was postponed to 1 June 2020. Plea and Trial. Donavan Touro (19), Assault common read with the Provisions of the Domestic violence Act 4 of 2003. (January 2020) The matter was postponed to 12 March 2020. Plea and Trial (Final Remand) Phillimon Michael Gonteb (30), Dealing and Possession of drugs (February 2020) The matter was postponed to 26 May 2020. Lab Results (Final Remand) Ricardo Thys (38), Theft (July 2020) The accused was found guilty. William Kandume (26), Malicious damage to property (February 2019) The case was withdrawn against the accused. Witness not at court. Fontein Kazonganaga (36), Rape (June 2019) The matter was postponed to 10 March 2020. Legal Aid. Niklaas Bezuidenhoudt (51), Hendrika Ptlinaus (51), Paul Happy Imbili (21), Dealing in drugs (June 2019) The matter was postponed to 4 March 2020. Legal Aid. Petrus Geiseb (31), Rape (October 2019) The matter was post-poned to 12 March 2020. Further Investigation. Sebastian Narib (29), Housebreaking with the intent to steal and theft (November 2019) The matter was postponed to 10 March 2020. Legal Aid. Mollissa Links (32), Bevromencia Garores (30), Theft, Dis-guising unlawful origin of property. The matter is postponed to 9 March 2020. Legal Aid. Elago Frans (23), Theft (The matter was postponed to 20 April 2020. Plea and Trial (Final Remand) Email Mupolo (25), Assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm. (December 2019) The matter was postponed to 21 April 2020. Plea and Trial.

Kelvin Goseb (20), appeared on a charge of murder-attempted murder. The matter was postponed to 4 March for legal aid. The accused remain in custody. Denville Van Wyk (31), appeared on charges of housebreaking with intent to theft. The matter was postponed to 13 February for continuation of trial. The accused remain in custody. Epson Aebeb (37), appeared on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and assault by threat. The matter was postponed to 29 April for continuation of trial. The accused remain in custody. Asser Shiimi (38), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 31 March for further investigation. The accused is on bail of N$3 000. Fransiska Geises (50), Joas Geiseb (54), appeared on a charge of dealing in dependence producing substance. The matter was postponed to 9 June for plea and trial. The accused have been warned. Patrick Mokoena (40), appeared on a charge of assault by threat. The accused was found guilty and sentenced to six-month imprisonment. Cheophilus Samuel (26), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 2 March because the docket was not at court. The accused is on bail of N$1 000. Petrus Shikokola (30), appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 24 March for plea. The accused is on bail of N$8 000. Lukas Petrus (36), appeared on charges of housebreaking with intent to theft. The matter was postponed to 11 March for further investigation. The accused remain in custody. Ringu Gariseb (35), appeared on a charge of failure to pay maintenance. The matter was postponed to 21 February for plea. The accused remain in custody. Elvis Gurirab (32), appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 26 March for plea and trial. The accused remain is on bail of N$4 000.

U-turn ends in crash Eileen van der Schyff

No serious injuries were reported after this car accident on Saturday in Swakopmund’s the Daniël Kamho Drive. According to Westcoast Safety Initiative, it appears that the driver in one of the vehicles made a U-turn and in doing so was sideswiped by an oncoming vehicle. “It is exactly for this reason U-turns are illegal”, remarked a person at the scene of the accident.


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Swakopmund council learns how Car guards re-registration this Friday to detect corrupt practices Sharlien Tjambari

Sharlien Tjambari

Existing and future car guards are summoned for a meeting, which will focus on re-registration and issuing of car guard's permits. The meeting will take place on Friday, 14 February at 09:00 at the Swakopmund Municipal Training room.

Managers and councilors of the Swakopmund municipality are undergoing a training workshop with the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) of Swakopmund which is equipping the leaders of the town with the knowledge on corruption prevention measures. The workshop is aimed at creating awareness on corruption preventative measures and will to take a deeper look into the systems, procedures and controls of the institution to identify possible loopholes that employees may use to engage in corrupt practices. The main objectives of the workshop are: preventing corruption in government offices, ministries, agencies and public enterprises, addressing public institutions' specific vulnerabilities by systematic implementation of preventative measures, and ensuring decentralization with accountability. According to the Mayor of Swakopmund Nehemia Salomon, the workshop has been designed in a way that it allows an interactive program facilitated by the ACC to enable them as Councilors, managers and personnel of the Swakopmund Municipality to know how to combat corruption by all means. Salomon said: “we need to have this type of training as it will equip and benefit us in assessing corruption risks in our immediate working environment and have the knowledge to take or propose mitigation actions for such risks”.

Swakopmund council learns The Chief public education and corruption prevention officer for Anti-Corruption Commission at the Swakopmund, Tobias Amoonga The training is divided into two phases, phase 1 started on Wednesday and ended on Thursday this week and phase two will be next week Tuesday and Wednesday. The Chief public education and corruption prevention officer for Anti-Corruption Commission at Swakopmund, Tobias Amoonga said with this type of workshop they hope to reduce opportunities and incentives for corruption, minimize wastage of resources in public institutions, review systems to ensure good governance, prepare regional councils and local authorities for the appointment of integrity committees, increase the degree of institutional integrity, accountability and transparency, and corruption risk assessment needs the attention of those who are at the decision making level.

The Swakopmund Municipal Senior Traffic Officer Responsible for Operations Thomas Shindume said the maximum number of guards they can accommodate is a hundred even though they only had 75 last year. “Anyone who wants to become a car guard is welcome to register on Friday”. You should take along a copy of your identification card, a copy of the constituency voter card and proof of the highest grade passed at school. As part of the registration process, guards will also be expected to undergo a police screening to see if they do not have criminal records. “We just want to see if they are capable of taking care of other people's property, that is why we ask for a police screening certificate”, said Shindume. Car guards keep all the money they make on the streets and owes nothing to the Swakopmund Municipality, because they are not employed by the Swakopmund Municipality. The Swakopmund Municipality do not offer them employment but help them with permits and registration.


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Brazilian navy to call at Walvis Bay

A Brazilian Amazonas-class offshore patrol vessel calls at Walvis Bay at the close of February. The exact arrival date of the vessel remains classified naval operational information, but it was said the call at port of the naval vessel has a diplomatic significance for Nambia and Brazil which enjoys close naval ties. Pictured: an Amazonas class offshore patrol vessel of the Brazilian navy.

Thursday 13 February High Tide: 06:24 Low Tide: 12:30 High Tide: 18:46

Tuesday 11 February High Tide: 04:59 Low Tide: 11:00 High Tide: 17:17 Low Tide: 23:13 Wednesday 12 February High Tide: 05:40 Low Tide: 11:44 Low Tide: 18:00 High Tide: 23:54

Friday 14 February Low Tide: 00:39 High Tide: 07:11 Low Tide: 13:21 High Tide: 19:37

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Coronavirus latest update The Coronavirus threat remains anchored in more than 25 countries globally, but the African- and Latin American continents remain 100 % untouched, the newest data shows. The fact that Africa (and by proxy Namibia) is spared so far must serve as a determination to double our efforts to ensure the new Coronavirus does not get its foothold in Namibia. Namibians across the country are doing their bit to prevent the new Coronavirus spreading. Supermarkets and other shops are going at lengths to regularly clean customer surfaces like counters, shopping trolleys, tables, railing, ATM touch surfaces, door handles, toilets etc. Many businesses also has compulsory sick-leave arrangements in the event of people falling ill with fluor cold-like symptoms. Personal hygiene is paramount. Wash hands regularly during the day. Sneeze and cough in a hanker chief or tissue. Replace regularly during the day. No spitting. A global response spiralling down to you and me: There are multiple reasons why continents, regions and countries remain free of the Corona virus infection. That is thanks to Governments on these continents taking a pro-active

approach at various levels: many countries suspended flights to and from China, those countries bordering China have closed borders and in China itself various levels of isolation or quarantine are in place: in central China several cities remain on lock-down with people isolated at home. Across China mass gatherings of people are discouraged, tourism attractions are closed down, factories and many other business sectors remain closed or have installed small service windows at business entrances to assist customers without anyone having to enter the shop. In Namibia the response is on par with the rest of the continent. Thanks to Government's insistence on the compulsory screening of all travellers at all border entry points, including the two sea ports at Walvis Bay and LĂźderitz and at the country's international airports, the country has so far been spared. But it is not only national and regional

interventions. The fight against the Coronavirus outbreak is also the responsibility of every Namibian citizen. Hygiene starts with the individual. Wash your hands regularly during the day with soap and water. When you sneeze or cough, do so in a hanker chief or tissue. Make sure to regularly exchange for a new one during the day. If you feel symptoms related to a cold or flu, make sure to immediately take sick leave and should symptoms persist and get more serious your next call is your doctor. No spitting Death toll nearing 1 000 victims: The death toll surpassed 900 yesterday (Monday, 10 February 2020) stood at 812 people. At the time of going to press yesterday the death toll climbed to 910 with mostly all deaths in central China around the city of Wuhan and surrounding Hubei province where the virus was first detected in January this year. African pangolin the cause of the deadly

disease: Research have now isolated the origin of this Coronavirus strain to the African pangolin, the world's most trafficked wildlife species. The scales of the African pangolin is widely used in traditional Chinese medicine and Wuhan is one of the cities in China where illegal wildlife trade on markets remains a headache to the Chinese authorities. A timeline of horror: 21 January 2020: the first cases are detected. 1 February 2020: number of people infected reaches 10 000. 4 February 2020: the cases reach 20 000. 7 February 2020: the number of infected stand at 30 000. Monday 10 February 2020: total cases of people infected now 40 626. Looking for the deflation point: The World Health Organisation (WHO) has now dispatched an advance team of disease experts to Wuhan in China to study any possible aspect of the virus. The head of the WHO was

quoted by international news agencies that the rate of new Coronavirus infections is showing a slight decline. The world is anxiously awaiting the deflection point: this is the point where city lockdowns, isolation, quarantine, medical institu-

tions and all the other emergency measures in place in place like cancelled transport routes and border closings combined start to reduce new infections Along with that the world's population has acquired knowledge at a rapid pace and this ensures a more uniform pattern of

people taking responsibility and accountability at personal level not to assist with the spread of the virus. As the existing infected people are treated, or sadly some succumb to the new Coronavirus, the threat reduces as the rate of new infections


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Lions supports children fighting cancer The Henties Bay Lions Club donated groceries to the CHICA (Children Fighting Cancer) in Namibia programme of the Cancer Association of Namibia. Children on treatment are accommodated complimentary at the CHICA Interim Home of CAN in Windhoek. Food purchases remain one of the biggest expenses to keep the doors of this project open and the association wholeheartedly thank the Lions members for their support. Mrs Matty Grobler (Secretary of Lions

Club Henties), Mr Gert Grobler (Zone Chairman of Lions Club) (photographer) and Mr Jannie Swartz (President of Lions Club Henties) handed over the donation to Ms Celeste de Klerk of CAN's Erongo Centre in Swakopmund.


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Complaints pour in about children crossings Eileen van der Schyff

Several complaints reached the Namib Times once more over the dangers at some road crossings at schools in Walvis Bay. Ignorant drivers are putting children’s lives in danger by either ignoring pedestrian crossings or darting towards the crossings at high speed. Unfortunately, there is another side of the coin too: mischievous children are playing with the traffic light switches at the pedestrian crossing at the Walvis Bay primary school, often leading to drivers having to apply brakes or having to wait at crossings with no children in sight. Then, poor planning is also featuring centrally. Daily dozens of children has to cross the B2 coastal road at the entrance to Walvis Bay. Although there is ample warning signs, road markings and speed calming mechanisms the danger persists. Drivers going at high speed and children not making use of the proper crossing points are making this a tragedy in the wait. Many children attending school in Narraville are residing in Kuisebmond and has to cross the busy road every day to get to and from school. Traffic safety is everyone’s responsibility. Both drivers and pedestrians need to be vigilant.


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VACANCIES & NOTICES

WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Pre-School and Day-Care Centre ON ERF: 2686 TOWNSHIP: Walvis Bay STREET: Marconi Street no.11. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, the undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Pre-School and Day-Care 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 25 February 2020. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Maria De Lurpes, P O Box 2219, Walvis Bay

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LIQUOR ACT, 1998 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO A MAGISTRATE IN TERMS OF THE LIQUOR ACT, 1998 Notice is hereby given that an application in terms of the Liquor Act, 1998, particulars of which appear below, will be made to the Magistrate of the District of Walvis Bay. 1. Name and postal address of applicant: Lumeris Investments Five CC (Licensee) Art Africa Coffee Shop and Curious CC (Proposed Transferee), P O Box 130, Swakopmund. 2. Name of licensed business to which application relates: From Namibia With Love. 3. Address/location of licensed premises to which application relates: Te r m i n a l B u i l d i n g , Walvis Bay Airport, Kiosk, Farm No.19, Walvis Bay. 4. Nature and details of application: Application for Transfer of a Bottle Liquor License FROM: Lumeris Investments Five CC (Licensee) TO: Art Africa Coffee Shop and Curious CC (Transferee). 5. Where application will be lodged: Magistrate, Walvis Bay, Erongo Region. 6. Date on which application will be lodged: 21 February 2020. Any objection or written submission in terms of section 28 in relation to the application must be sent or delivered to the Magistrate of the District, to reach the Magistrate not later than 7 days after the date on which application is lodged.


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Traditional Dr Herbalist Dr Lovemore Ben Banda (The old man) From Malawi is in Walvis Bay with 30 years vast experience in various problems & diseases such as bringing back lost lover, to get a new job, to win court cases, to clean out bad luck from your body, to pass exams, to pass driving, to protect your body from withcraft, to boost small business to be big business, to be liked with people, to win cntractors, to win a woman or man of your choice, to stop smoking and drinking, alcohol and drugs, divorce, stop your lover to be stingy with money, to make you sleep nicely in your house, to stop bad dreams, a man to be strong in bed during sex, a woman to have feelings for a man, headaches, swelling of your body, madness, epilepsy, joints pain, pregnancy problems, if you need a new baby, period pains, to recover stolen property, BP, ulcers, diabetes, asthma, and many more… Come and experience wonderful miracles happening in your life, you will never regret. Contact: 081 643 1482 sms or call find the Old man in Kuiseb, Mass Houses, at NHE 6751 Johannes Nakuafila Street.

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JOB WANTED: I am a 33 year old lady looking for domestic work in Swakopmund or Long Beach for 3 days per week, I have experience and can start as soon as possible as I am in real need of work. Contact: 081 664 4988 JOB WANTED: I am Petronela Goses looking for any kind of cleaning work in Swakopmund only. Contact: 081 708 5054 / 081 221 4540 JOB WANTED: I am a 29 year old lady looking for domestic work etc in Swakopund, I am ready to start any time. Contact Tresia: 081 227 0179

Isaac Chikosi

The Dein Ball für Namibia (DBFN) project hosted their first beach soccer tournament at Swakopmund Football Club(SFC) over the weekend. The symbiotic partnership between DBFN and SFC paid off this weekend with a well-organised tournament. The DBFN is the brainchild of coach Tony Arjen Daugals. “With DBFN we are supporting the Namibian youth football. We are organizing events like the beach soccer tournament without any entry fees to introduce the children and the sport clubs into Beach Soccer”, said Daugals. Five different age groups participated in the tournament: U9, U11, U13, U15, U17. For the under 9 team Swakopmund United Club took the lead. Genesis Club won the under 11 game and Kanu Academy took the U15 win. SFC won both the U13 and U17 games. According to Daugals, the project received a sponsorship from Germany. “As DBFN we are very happy regarding this tournament. The children are all winners, because they got time with friends, teammates, coaches and parents. It was a great weekend for the Namibian youth football.”

Oldies win Generation Bowls Cup at Rössmund Rudi Bowe

The first leg of the Generation Bowls Cup was played on 25 and very tight, as there were very strong 26 January at the Rossmund Bowls Club at Swakopmund. teams that were T h e G e n e r a t i o n legs with the first leg The Oldies walked paired. Bowls Cup is a new hosted by the young- away as the victors of The final between competition between sters. The Oldies will the first leg with a Diana Viljoen & the Over 60's against host the second leg score of 45 points to Andre Campbell and the Under 60's and later this year. 35 point of the Ly n n e L i n d s a y Payne & Ronan will be played over 2 Points for winning Juniors. Olivier was exciting The Rossmund Club each discipline with Viljoen and namely Fours, Trip- Drawn Pairs was Camphel winning le's, Pairs and Sing- played on 31 January les, a Dinner Party and 1 February with with a Fondue and the Skips and Leads games as well as a p a i r e d t o g e t h e r hosting score contri- through a Draw out buted to winning the of the Hat. The competition was overall cup.

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the Club Drawn Pairs on the very last end by 1 shot. This upcoming weekend they will be playing the Club Drawn Trips competition which promises to bring another strong field of players to battle it out on the greens.

Winners the Club Drawn Pairs Diana Viljoen Runners Up of the Club Drawn Pairs Lynne with Andre Campbell Lindsay-Payne with Ronan Olivier


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Wilna Holds On At 2020 Hollard Ladies Coastal Open Championships Rossmund Golf Course played host over the weekend to the Hollard Insurance Ladies Coastal Open for the 14th year in succession. A field of 28 ladies from Omeya, Windhoek, Walvis Bay, Henties Bay, and Rössmund entered the tournament, being an official event on the NALGU calendar there was the additional incentive of Merit List Points on offer. Play commenced on Saturday morning at around nine – weather conditions were good, overcast with a slight breeze coming in from the north although temperatures heated up as the day wore on - the course was well prepared and the greens were in excellent condition – running fast and firm. Wilna Bredenhann posted a first round score of 81 gross one shot ahead of long time rival Brenda Lens; whilst local girl Rina Knight was putting her stamp on the “B” Division shooting 100 gross – 3 shots ahead of Dina Holtzhausen from Omeya. In the “C/ Stableford” Division Tiekie De Wet had her nose in front with an excellent 41pts giving her a three shot lead over Barbel von Klitzing. Overcast, wet and chilly was the order of the day on Sunday however conditions soon warmed up when the players reached the back nine - as always Diffie and Berndine had everything under control and were there on the course to provide the players with a well needed drink and an extra treat on Number 12. Up and coming players Anja Wessels and Wilmari Woest decided it was the day to put on the pressure shooting excellent rounds of 86 & 87 gross whilst Wilna could only manage a 91 gross – this was however

enough to secure the title by 2 shots. In true Hollard fashion the players were spoilt with lots of surprises both on and off the course not to mention the wonderful prizes on offer – making this a tournament not to be missed and a true highlight on the NALGU Calendar. The tournament was rounded off with a fantastic prize-giving function which included lunch. As always a big word of thanks to Diffie, Berndine, and the rest of the Hollard Team - you guys really make this event something special. Brenda Lens – President of NALGU thanked the sponsors for their ongoing support; the Rossmund Golf Course for the wonderful venue and the Technical Committee for all their hard work. Diffie Nel commented that for him and Berndine Coetzee it has become a family affair and they look forward to seeing all the old faces and make no mistake he never misses a new one – greeting all with a warm smile and a hug. He made special mention of golfer Petra Wolgast who has competed in all 14 tournaments and looks forward to seeing everyone again in 2021. Results: Overall Gross Winner (Champion) – Wilna Bredenhann 172. Overall Best Nett: Brenda Lens 156. Best Gross “A”Div: Anja Wessels 174, Best Nett: Hansina Hinda 159. Best Gross “B”Div: Rina Knight 194, Best Nett: Dina Holtzhausen 174. Stableford Winners: 1st Tiekie De Wet 74 points, 2nd Gaby Adams 66 points, 3rd Mariena Ludwig 65 c/o, 4th Heidi van Niekerk 65 c/o, 5th Barbel von Klitzing 63 points.

Diffie Nel (sponsor), Tiekie De Wet (Stableford Division Winner) and Brenda Lens (NALGU)

Brenda Lens (Overall Best Nett) with Diffie Nel (Hollard

Bill Birch (Referee & Tournament Director) and Brenda Lens (NALGU)

Diffie Nel (sponsor), 14th timer Petra Wolgast and Brenda Lens (NALGU)

Brenda Lens (NALGU President) with Berndine Coetzee (Hollard)

Berndine Coetzee (Hollard), Lynne van der Walt (RGC Lady Captain), Brenda Lens (NALGU) and Diffie Nel (Hollard)

Top 4 vying for honours are Wilna Bredenhann, Anja Wessels, Berndine Coetzee (Hollard), Brenda Lens and Wilmari Woest


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11 FEBRUARY 2020

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29th Rössing National Marathon Championship The results of the 29th Rössing National Marathon Championship held on Saturday 8 February 2020, Swakopmund: Rössing National Marathon Championship The Frank Slabbert half-marathon Rössing 10km Run Winners: - Rössing National Marathon Championship: Open: Men - Mynhardt Kauanivi; 2:20:58.83 Open: Women Alina Armas 2:41:02.43 The first prize for the winning male & female was N$10,000 each plus a development bonus of N$20,000 each. - The Frank Slabbert half-marathon: Open: Men Tomas Rainhold 01:00:05.56; Open: Women Lavinia Haitope 01:12:48.55 - Rössing 10km Run: Open: Men Paulus Daniel 00:30:1.10; Open: Women Shiivomwene Shilongo 00:36:07.95. The start of the 29th Rössing National Marathon Championship held in Swakopmund on Saturday, 8 February 2020. The marathon and half-marathon event had 80 finishers in the marathon and 190 finishers in the half-marathon event. The 10km Run had 324 finishers. The total number of participants at 594 in the 2020 event was slightly more than the 2019 event

The 29th Rössing National Marathon Championship 2020 was won by Mynhardt Kauanivi in 2:20:58. The first woman over the line in the 42km marathon was Alina Armas in 2:41:02

Setting the pace with ParkIsaac Chikosi run Every Saturday, people take on the 5km Parkrun in Swakopmund. Helena Kondjena, a Grade 6 pupil at Hanganeni Mynhardt Kauanivi and Alina Armas were congratulated by HE Mr Zhang Yiming, Ambassador of China to Namibia Primary School is one such individual who turns up for (right in photo) and Johan Coetzee, Managing Director of Rössing Uranium (left in photo). Parkrun every weekend. With 50 runs so far Helena has completed over 250 km since she began Parkrun last year. On Wednesday this week, Helena received an award and recognition for her consistency and commitment.

Ms Sue Wagner with Helena Kondjena as she completed her 50th Parkrun

Helena Kondjena doing Parkrun in Swakopmund

“A teacher at our school spoke to us about Parkrun. She told us it was free of charge and a great way to keep fit. I decided to join, and I have loved it ever since”, she said after being awarded and recognised for reaching the 50 runs milestone. Sue Wagner, a former teacher in Swakopmund shared Helena's story of commitment to inspire other pupils to take up exercise. “When she (Helena) decided to do Parkrun, she was there every single Saturday. Even during the school holidays”, said Wagner. “When she first started, she was a shy little girl. I have seen her grow in confidence.” The old saying, a healthy body is a healthy mind rings true. Helena also participated in the Rössing Marathon on Saturday.

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