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Panga-wielding robbers Police action leads to the arrest of four armed robbers shortly after robbing 5 Chinese and Namibian in Walvis Bay Eileen van der Schyff Five Chinese nationals and a Namibian suffered a horror attack in Walvis Bay light industrial area on Wednesday, when seven men armed with panga's and knives overpowered and brutally assaulted them before robbing them from cash, cell phones, passports, a laptop computer and other valuables. Thanks to rapid action by the Namibian Police with panga's and knives. An investigation revealseveral arrests could be made. Four of the seven ed the thugs jumped over the fence at XYZ Insuspects were arrested and two getaway vehi- vestment CC, forced open the one window of the cles were also impounded. The arrests and im- premises opened and entered quarters where the poundment of the two vehicles raises renewed six victims were asleep at the time. concerns over the involvement of taxi's and taxi The armed robbers hit their victims and demandrivers in ongoing criminal activity in Walvis ded money. The shocked and intimidated victims Bay, as both these getaway vehicles were taxi's were left no option other than to surrender what and indeed one of the persons still on the run is a they have. The suspects fled the scene with N$30 taxi driver. 000 cash they robbed, a further US$800 in cash, According to police reports, a case of robbery ten cell phones, a laptop computer, three Chinese with aggravating circumstances was opened passports and two driving licenses. against the seven suspects, who all made first They then got into two separate getaway cars, but appearances yesterday in the Walvis Bay magi- their freedom was short lived. Quick action by strate's court. law enforcers soon led to the arrests and the imThe police confirmed the suspects were armed poundment of the two vehicles.
Navy Open Day The Namibian Navy (Namibia Defense Force) celebrates its 15th Anniversary next week. Celebrations starts tomorrow with a march through Walvis Bayâ€™s main street and a naval open day at the naval base. The march starts at 07:45 at the civic centre in Walvis Bay, down 10th Road into the main street, Sam Nujoma Avenue. The public can expect a well rehearsed display. The open day starts at 10:00 where the public can also see ships and navy vehicles on display and some lucky ones will be allowed for a ride on one of the naval vessels. The open day ends at 13:00 so donâ€™t be late.
Lecture on the Liberation Struggle
Hunting Rifles stolen
Spanish captain fined N$25k for Locker vom shooting seal
Walvis Bay and Ponte-Noire, the second largest city in the Republic of Congo, entered into an intermunicipal agreement this week, coinciding with an official visit by the mayor of Pointe-Noire, Jean Francois Kando and his delegation.
A Spanish fishing vessel captain who shot and killed a seal at sea in January this year during fishing operations was fined a total of N$25 000 or two years imprisonment in the Walvis Bay magistrates court on Wednesday. Rey Manuel Insua was fined N$10 000 (or one year imprisonment) for transgressing the Arms and Ammunition Act. He was fined a further N$15 000 (or one year imprisonment) for killing a seal with a method not prescribed by the Marine Resources Act. A fisheries observer aboard the vessel, Carolina Castro, filed the complaint against Insua after a crew man onboard reported his conduct.
The two cities are now officially proclaimed as friendship cities. The aim of the exchange visits is to establish common interests as well as see how we can build an inter-city cooperation for the benefit of our communities. The Congolese delegation was received by the mayor of Walvis Bay, Alderman Immanuel Wilfried. The delegation visited several places of interest, including the port of Walvis Bay's new container terminal and Tunacor Fisheries. On the picture Konde (left) and Clr Wilfried (See more on pages 2 and 3).
Walvis Bay and Pointe-Noire now friendship cities
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Walvis Bay, Pointe-Noire proclaimed as friendship cities Rudi Bowe
Mayor of Pointe-Noire in The Republic of Congo (TRC), Jean Francois Kando and his delegation was on a two day familiarization visit in Walvis Bay after the two cities signed an inter-municipal relationship agreement earlier in the year. The agreement was signed when a delegation comprising of the Mayor of Walvis Bay, Alderman Immanuel Wilfried, The Chairperson of the Management Committee, Cllr Lilo Niilenge, and the Public Relations and Customer Service Manager, Kevin Adams, visited Pointe-Noire. The two cities are now officially proclaimed as friendship cities. The aim of the exchange visits is to establish common interests as well as see how we can build an inter-city cooperation for the benefit of our communities. The agreement was made official by Walvis Bay Mayor Alderman Immanuel Wilfried, and Kandjo Jean Francois, Mayor and Parliamentarian from Pointe-Noire, during the latter's four-day visit at the harbour town. Mayor Jean Francois Kando who was speaking through an interpreter said that the agreement is within the cooperation frameworks that exist between Namibia and TRC as this relationship predates even before Namibia's independence and that the relationship that will establish between the two towns will be mutually beneficial. Walvis Bay Mayor Alderman Immanuel Wilfried said “Through this friendship agreement, the Municipality of Walvis Bay hopes that the prospects of investment opportunities can be created for the mutual benefit of both municipalities. Wilfried added that Namibia and the TRC have a very long history and that the signing of the agreement with Pointe-Noire will allow both municipalities to foster and strengthen the relationship further. It is indeed important that good relations with various countries be established because often we share the same challenges and sharing plans can accelerate growth and development in our respective countries,” he added. These types of agreements will encourage local businesses and organisations to start engaging with counterparts in these countries to obtain the necessary benefits. The Pointe-Noire delegation visited the Walvis Bay informal markets, a local fish factory, Walvis Bay Salt Refiners, Sandwich Harbour, Pelican Point, the Projects of the Municipality of Walvis Bay in the townships and Namport before their departure to Windhoek today.
Namshop in Germany Rainmaker, GIZ, and NamShop have joined forces to enable the youth, women, emerging and small businesses in Namibia to sell their local and genuine products online on the internet and shipped to Europe and soon, worldwide. The new www.namshop.de platform provided by rainmaker in Namibia, the NamShop in Germany, supported by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), is an inclusive platform assisting the internationally market to local Namibian genuine products from the youth, women, emerging and small businesses in Namibia, online. Payment and Logistics processes are completely covered by www.namshop.de. Windhoek, Namibia, 4 September 2019 - www.namshop.de - The award-winning rainmaker digital team in cooperation with GIZ is proud to announce their newest collaboration with NamShop, the first and only platform that sells genuine Namibian products to customers in Europe and at a later stage even globally. www.namshop.de already hosts more than 75 products such as arts and crafts, skin and hair products, amongst other unique and well-known Namibian local products. The GIZ "Promotion of Business Advisory and Economic Transformation" (ProBATS) Project in cooperation with the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and SME Development seeks to support private businesses in their undertakings to drive Namibia's development. Namibia Employers Federation (NEF), supported by ProBATS and rainmaker digital have signed a partnership to support the youth, women and emerging and small Namibian businesses by creating and operating an online sales platform to market their artifacts and other relevant products to Namibia tourists, customers abroad and Namibians who love genuine Namibian products and would like to support local businesses. “It has been quite a journey in this design and development process where technology was the easiest part. The most challenging was designing the perfect business model towards our Namibian suppliers, the logistics to ship products to our overseas customers and the payment management of and purchase. All of this is now seamlessly integrated and taken care of with an operation here in Namibia and one in Germany”, says Thomas Mueller, founder, and CEO of rainmaker digital. Antje Kesselman, the owner of namshop.de in Germany said: “We are thrilled by this collaboration and partnership to grow the number of Namibian products, assist more Namibians to sell their products and to be able to contribute to Namibian businesses and to further optimize our online presence to gain more traffic and revenue for our partners through this partnership.”
Iipumbu encourages international participation Sharlien Tjambari
The only way to stimulate investment in the economy of the country and to share the benefits of global trade is to work together in unity, these were the words of Deputy Minister of Industrialization, Trade and SME Development Lucia Iipumbu in Swakopmund this week.
SWAITEX The Chief Executive Officer of NCCI Charity Mwiya and the Deputy Minister of International Trade and SME Development Lucia Iipumbu at the opening of SWAITEX 2019
During the official opening of the Swakopmund Trade and International Exposition (SWAITEX) which is currently underway at The Dome, Iipumbu said her ministry is proud to be associated with SWAITEX because it demonstrates the Namibian Government's long-standing commitment to the better utilization of resources leading to diversification, industrialization, job creation and poverty reduction. While addressing exhibitors and business community at the opening ceremony Iipumbu said participation in an Expo is an effective way for companies to market their products. “I believe that SWAITEX will continue to serve as an effective platform for exhibitors from various sectors of our economy to promote their products not only to the local market but also to other countries, especially those in the region”, said Iipumbu. She was delighted to note the encouraging international participation in SWAITEX and said she would like to equally urge Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) to continue promoting the event more to see an increasing number of foreign exhibitors. Iipumbu calls on business community to invest in sectors that create new jobs, invest in the skills that young people need and to work with the ministry to build an economy that is free, open and fair. The Expo is organised by the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) annually since 2013. The number of stall registered this year is estimated at 120 stalls. SWAITEX 2019 kicked off on 9 October and ends tomorrow, 12 October.
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Visit from Pointe-Noire Also see front page
Bob Kandetu lecture at the Scientific Society:
The truth yet to be spoken about the Dungeons of Lubango Sharlien Tjambari
The delegation at the civic centre
The delegation at Tunacor
A visit to the port of Walvis Bay
The Scientific Society of Swakopmund held a public talk by author and social scientist Bob Vezera Kandetu. The lecture “The thrust towards Namibia's week, he reflected on his book “Namibia in Independence" was held on 8 October at the Perspective” and his role in the Namibian society Swakopmund Museum lecture hall. Veteran after Independence. community activist and media practitioner Bob This public talk is part of the lecture series "The Vezera Kandetu played an important part in the long road to Namibia - the making of a nation". struggle for Independence. In his lecture this The initiative was started by the Scientific Society Swakopmund as a contribution to 30 years of Namibia's Independence. During his talk, the audience had an opportunity to ask questions regarding the road to independence. Most attendees sought clarity on the so-called dungeons of Lubango where close to 4 000 Namibians were allegedly incarcerated under very callous conditions. That was during the liberation struggle on suspicions of being South African spies. That remains one of the most painful chapters of the Namibian history. Commenting on the issue Kandetu said: “Somebody is sitting with the information of what transpired there. We don't know or have any proof. The truth is yet to be told”. The Scientific Society of Swakopmund will also be hosting the Science Week Film Festival in the Swakopmund Museum, in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Namibia next week. Starting from 14-18 October a series of films that promote science education and raise awareness on topics including sustainability, climate change and environmental issues will be shown. Mr Bob Kandetu
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Court Swakopmund Court Report Regional Court Dawid Goa-Eiseb (34), appeared on a charge of murder. The matter was postponed into 27 July for 2020 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$5 000. Hastings Mashialeti Mushandikwe (32), appeared on a charge of corruptly using office or position for gratification. The matter was postponed to 6 July 2020 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Garibasen Theofelus (28), appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to n15 November for mental observations. The accused remains in custody. Magistrate Court Moya Fineberg (28), appeared on a charge of attempted murder. The matter was postponed to 23 March 2020 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$5 000. Logan Van Wyk (28), appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive blood alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 5 November for trial. The accused is on bail of N$8 000. Hendrik Faurie (61), appeared on a charge of harvesting marine resources for recreational purpose smaller than the prescribed size. The matter was postponed to 26 February for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Chimorenga Geingob (30), appeared on
a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 6 November for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Tobias Paulus (30), appeared on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and malicious damage to property. The matter was postponed to 7 November for plea and trial. The accused remains in custody. Keenan Klein (21), appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 19 November for legal aid. The accused remains in custody. Festus Eelu (34), appeared on charges of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft and possession of suspected stolen property. The matter was postponed to 6 February 2020 for continuation of trial. The accused is on bail of N$3 000. Morne Samuels (19), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 23 October for continuation. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Iipinge Ananias Kaumbu (22), appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive blood alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 10 February for lab results. The accused is on bail of N$8 000. Petrus Benjamin Coetzee (51) and a 15year old-boy, appeared on charges of racial discrimination and assault. The matter was postponed to 7 September 2020 for continuation of trial. The accused have been warned.
Icelandic Tourists Robbed Isaac Chikosi
Three foreigners on a hunting trip to Namibiaâ€™s hunting rifles and some ammunition were stolen during a housebreaking at Henties Bay. The break-in occurred in the early hours of Tuesday morning. According to police reports, two unknown suspects got away with one Merkel Rx Helix calibre 30-06 rifle valued at N$53. 881.62, a Levon laptop worth N$12 000, and two rifle cases valued at N$6 700 each. One of the cases contained a Blaser R8 calibre 375 H&H rifle valued at N$300 000. The perpetrators also took 10 units of ammunition with a value of N$ 8 400, a Samsung cell phone worth N$3 000 and one pair of binoculars worth N$25 109. The suspects entered the house by removing the aluminium window of the sitting room. None of the stolen items have been recovered yet. Police in the region request public assistance to help apprehend the suspects.
Walvis Bay Court Report Nestroy Valombweleni (29), Assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm (October 2018) The matter is postponed to 12 November 2019.Plea and Trial (Final Remand). Bertina Ndimomayele (29), Dealing in drugs (December 2018) The matter was postponed to 3 March 2020. Plea and Trial. (Final Remand) Kunoita Force Shimoshili (29), Murder where the deceased died at a place and day other than that of the assault (February 2019) The matter was postponed to 12 November 2019. P.G Decision (final remand) Elizabeth Vinindwa (59), Two counts of dealing in drugs (May 2019) The matter was postponed to 7 November 2019. Further investigation. Ernest Platt (43), Drunk driving and refusal to give a breath specimen (June 2019) The matter was postponed to 21 November 2019. Plea and Trial. Ripture Tijiuonua (22), Possession of suspected property (October 2019) The accused was found guilty. Albanus Tjiyuvila Sindano (34), Drunk driving (February 2019) The matter was postponed to 20 February
2020. Plea and Trial (Final Remand) Immanuel Erastus (44), Housebreaking with the intent to steal and theft (May 2019) The matter was postponed. Boss Musuuo (51), Rape (July 2019) The matter was postponed. Bail application â€“ continuation of trial. Dirkie Baard (28), Obstruct the Course of justice, Assault on a member of the police and racial discrimination (August 2019) The matter was postponed to 19 February 2020. P.G Decision (Final Remand). Wallace Ngupandjara (35), Drunk driving (September 2019) The accused was found guilty and sentenced. Justus Haikonda (28), Robbery (October 2019) The matter was postponed to 28 October 2019. Further investigation (Final Remand). Roberto Rodrick (24), Malicious damage to property, Assault by threat read with the provisions of the Domestic Violence Act, Act 4 of 2003 and Assault. (March 2019) The matter was postponed to 7 November 2019. Mental Observation Report in terms of Section 79. In custody. Johan van der Merwe (21), Two counts of Possession of drugs (March 2019) The accused was found guilty and sentenced.
Drug arrests Isaac Chikosi
Four individuals were arrested this week in drug raids in Henties Bay and Walvis Bay. Nampol conducted these crime intelligence driven raids. Johan Van Wyk (29), was apprehended on late Monday evening 7 October at his place of residence in Henties Bay. Van Wyk was found in possession of 20 ballies and 9 bankies of pure cannabis (30 grams), 5 halves of mandrax tablets and 5 quarters crushed mandrax with a total value of N$625. Earlier that same day, two Walvis Bay residents were arrested at about 18:50 and were charged with assaulting a police officer with a door, defeating the end of justice and dealing in cannabis and mandrax tablets. Abraham Vries (46) and Gavin Swaartbooi (30) were arrested at Rizzen flats in Walvis Bay when they were found with 50 grams of cannabis and 15 half mandrax tablets valued at N$1 250. Police reports also confirmed the arrest of 48-year-old Delicia Marais on Tuesday 8 October in Narraville for possession of 36 grams of cannabis. All four
suspects appeared in the Swakopmund Magistrate Court and Walvis Bay Magistrate Court respectively on Wednesday.
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Erongo Marine Empowers Young Leaders As part of its ongoing mission to empower, equip and transform, Erongo Marine Enterprises (EME) sponsored ten young leaders, including five students from Namibia's leading Universities, to participate in the Young Professionals Leadership Development Conference which took place in Four of the sponsored youth included interns at the company. The aim of the two-day conference was to encourage and inspire young professionals, help them find inspiration and gain knowledge from established leaders and from each other. Benguela Training Consultants and event coordinator Samuel Mocumi said “We wanted to charge each and every attending young professional to be a change agent and understand how success in leadership is underpinned by determination and emotional resilience; make it clear that limits only exist in their minds”. The conference included presentations by six local industry experts and one motivational speaker from South Africa, Stef du Plessis, a thought leader on employee and workplace culture. “If you are a young leader, you have energy. You bring new ideas and a fresh perspective to the table. You have a lot of potential” Stef du Plessis said. Managing Director of EME Dr Martha Uumati said “At Erongo Marine Enterprises we want to make sure that we nurture young leadership potential and saw this as a golden opportunity to afford these ten individuals the opportunity to take part in such a great event”. Dr Uumati added that this is testimony to the company's commitment to convert its
fishing rights into broadbased social upliftment coordinated through its social development trust, the Arechanab Community Trust. The participants sponsored by EME included C h r i s t i n e v a n Wy k (NUST SRC Member), Kudzai Sibanda (UNAM SRC President), Epaphras Angolo (IUM SRC President), Marvellous Shilongo (NUST SRC Former President) and Simon Petrus, a student at the Windhoek Vocational Training Centre whose studies are also sponsored by the company. EME interns included Orlanda Kambindangolo, Tareree Kaura, Tonateni Shaketange and Joram Shifa. Six of the ten sponsored participants were females. “I wish to thank EME for affording me the meaningful experience and contributing towards my development as an individual both on a personal and corporate level. The conference was very informative and had a major impact on my perceptions and creating a positive workspace for myself and my colleagues all around,” said Christene van Wyk from NUST about her experience. EME intern Tareree Kaura said the following in relation her experience of the conference: “I was empowered when Mr Stef du Plessis said: 'when you expect more of people they show up, but the moment you expect less from them they do not turn up. This is something that struck me because, here I am and Erongo Marine is believing and investing in me ”. Kaura added that the
conference was an enormous opportunity that offered inspiration and a foundation for improving oneself for excellence in one's chosen career. “My take was that to be a leader for tomorrow we must adopt leadership in our daily lifestyle. I learned much about being resilient at my workplace, treating problems as a learning process and taking positive action in the face of adversity” Kaura said. An intern at EME Orlanda Kambindangolo said “This leadership conference brought nourishment into my life because it encouraged, motivated, and inspired me to be a better person”. “As a leader, when you make a commitment you create hope, but when you keep a commitment you create trust” Kambindangolo added. An intern at EME Tonateni Shaketange, offered here advice which she has taken from the conference. Shaketange said “We are not separated by our differences but by our ignorance. If you want to be a transformational leader you have to learn. As a leader your behaviour and attitude influences multitudes”. “It is our behaviour in the workplace that creates unwritten ground rules, which are people's perception that this is how we do things around here. As a leader learn to influence others in a way that it will change their lives in a positive way” Shaketange added. EME intern Joram Shifa said “In order to be a transformational leader, you have to be culturally
Inspired young leaders – Proudly showing off their certificates of attendance are some of the team members who were sponsored by Erongo Marine Enterprises to take part in the Young Professionals Leadership Development Conference which took place in Windhoek earlier this month. From left to right: Marvellous Shilongo (Former NUST SRC President), Paul Tangeni Ndjambula (Executive Assistance to the MD), Oaitse van Staden (Erongo Marine HR Manager), Orlanda Kambindangolo (Document Clerk), Joram Shifa (Intern), Simon Petrus (EME Scholar), Kudzai F. Sibanda (UNAM SRC President), Tonateni Shaetenge (EME Intern) and Tareree Kaura (EME Intern) aware; you should be aware of your workplace culture influence, particularly of the UGRs (unwritten ground rules) which is the perception of the way we do things”. Shifa added “We should influence culture in our domain so that we craft positive UGRs that promote perfection of our work and deliver excel-
lence”. Shifa added that on personal branding as a leadership strategy, he has learnt to let go of his fear by striving towards empowering others, inspiring them and equipping them in order to gain influence that will one day enable his follower(s) to buy into his vision and to do the right
thing even when no one is watching. Other speakers at the conference included Albert Khevare, mentor, coach and HR Business Partner at NAMCOR, as well as five outstanding female leaders including Liezl Davies, the first female Operations Manager at Rössing Uranium; Mercy M Situmbeko, Head of the Vocational Training
Centre and Manager of Training and Development at Nampower; Barbara Kamba-Nyathi, inspirational speaker, life and wellness coach and author; Tabea Boye, an inspirational speaker, awareness coach and growth specialist; and Talita Horn, Chief Financial Officer at Namibia Wildlife Resorts.
Container terminal brings host of new opportunities Walvis Bay Corridor Group Acting CEO, Mr Clive Smith says the new container terminal, which was recently inaugurated at the Port of Walvis Bay, brings with it a host of opportunities for the industry. “Apart from the added capacity, which allows the port to increase its efficiencies and allow Namibia to attract more business, the old container terminal now provides opportunities for private sector to partner with Namport in their quest to develop a dedicated Breakbulk Terminal facility”. According to Namport commercial executive, Tino !Hanabeb, plans for the old container terminal include the bagging of fertilisers and mining chemicals in the port. “Having these processing facilities will help balance the loads to and from the Copperbelt”. Namport director Ms Nangula Hamunyela
stated that Namport has several projects in the pipeline, which will require significant financial investment. “It is a reality that our own financial resources and those of our shareholder are finite, and we should focus on innovative and smart partnerships with the providers of capital and the private sector to realise that these projects of national importance must continue.” She further stated that there will also be investment prospects in projects such as a new car terminal and a logistics centre as well as the development of a Walvis Bay Waterfront.
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STS training concludes The Namibian Ports Authority is proud to announce that of 33 of its staff members completed their training in the operation of ship-toshore cranes. Namport recently commissioned four ship-to-shore cranes at its new container terminal on reclaimed land in the port of Walvis Bay. The training was conducted by Liehberr Africa who emerged as the successful trainer after a comprehensive selection process. The training which is normally conducted over a period of two years commenced in April this year, until August 2019. According to Mr. Lukas Sturn, the General Manager of Liehberr Africa, explained a segment of the training included both simulatorbased training as well as practical sessions.
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World Teachers Day celebrated World Teacher's Day was celebrated recently under the theme: “Young Teachers – the future of the profession”. The main event, attended by teachers of several schools in the Erongo Region took place on Saturday at the Narraville sports stadium with the Acting Minister of Education, Arts and Culture, Martin Andjaba, who delivered the keynote address. According to Andjaba, although teachers are still highly regarded in every society, there is a need to restore the profession. Teachers are too easily blamed for shortcomings in the education system or for the performance of an individual school or individual learner. Often blame is shifted with parents, learners and the wider commu-nities not taking up the responsibility to act as partners along with teachers in the education of their children. “Reflecting on the role of teachers, you will agree with me that teachers were once regarded by learners, parents and communities as highly respected professionals, valued, trusted and accepted as inspirational role models for you people. I must say that indeed this might be the case, however, you will also agree with
me there is a need for us to fully restore the teaching profession. It is true that teachers nowadays are easily blamed and singled out as major contributors towards the failures of education systems across the world. The traditional role known to us of a teacher has changed and more and more challenges are faced, inside and beyond the classroom. Andjaba views the biggest importance of younger generation teachers to continue to improve the overall system through innovation and new thinking. He called upon the more senior ranks to support the younger ranks and to assist sharing their knowledge and experience. According to the Acting Minister, the responsibility of principals and teachers are multiple. There is the responsibility to take care of schools' physical infrastructure and internal systems. There is the responsibility to raise the bar to improve the quality of teaching
and to improve grades. There is also the responsibility to enhance the impact every school have on the learner. “In terms of being accountable, I urge all principals to take a principled stance against any form of decay in their schools: be it moral decay or decline of values or allowing the deterioration, misuse or control of state property or state funds in our schools. Remember, that the school's image and environment is a reflection on your personal and leadership abilities. The Deputy Minister in his address extended a word of appreciation to every teacher for their efforts in the upkeep and further enhancement of Namibia's education system. Note: latest statistics given by Andjaba show Namibia currently has 30 894 teachers, serving in 1897 schools throughout the country. The country has a total 781 380 learners.
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NLZM/NRR Announces Conclusion of First Metals Sales and Leadership Changes North River Resources Namibia is pleased to announce the appointment of Martin Tjipita as its new Managing Director, replacing Dag Kullman who stepped down after taking the company through the construction phase of the Namib Lead and Zinc Mining operations. Mr Martin Tjipita will now take the company through the ramp up process into full operations. Martin Tjipita is a highly experienced, Operations Leader and well-regarded in the mining industry. Martin has 28 years of experience in mining operations and utilities industry at various levels of which 12 years where at Senior Leadership roles in Namibia. He worked for Rio Tinto - Rossing, Namdeb, Paladin Energy, NamPower, NamWater and recently for Imerys Gecko Graphite joint venture. Safety Leadership, Team development and staff engagement featured highly in his successful business leadership profile. The combination of his experience, drive and cultural deveopment makes him an ideal fit for taking North River Resources Namibia into its stages of growth. Andre Nel was also appointed as Chief Financial Officer with effect from August 2019 after Mr Paul Lombard stepped down from his role in May 2019. Andre brings more than 25 years experience in the mining and manufacturing industries, in Africa and Europe, including with De Beers, Anglo American, Norilsk Nickel & Barloworld Equipment. He has previously assisted many start-up operations like Swakop Uranium (Namibia), Konkola Copper Mines (Zambia) and Alufer (Guinea) with operational readiness in the finance and commercial domains NLZM completed their first Pb concentrate sales of 190wmt tonnes in August and Zn Concentrate sales of 1 143wmt in September. The metal product is sold by Concord Resources Limited who signed an off-take contract with NLZM. The concentrate is 95% paid as per these agreements. The plant is nearing name plate capacity of 10 000 tonnes of mill feed per month.
New Appointments North River Resources Namibia is pleased to announce the following appointments:
Martin Tjipita, Managing Director
Martin Tjipita Managing Director
Andre Nel Chief Financial Officer
Andre Nel, Chief Financial Officer
WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Place of Amusement (Lounge) ON ERF: 5439 TOWNSHIP: Kuisebmond STREET: Mbabane Street. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, the undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Lounge & Bar 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 1 November 2019. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Theophelus Angula, P O Box 7404, Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay
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Donation for fire victims Rudi Bowe
Bay Area #064 donated the last of their goods they collected a few months ago to the Office of the Mayor to assist the fire victims in Walvis Bay. The goods collected by Bay Area #064 were intended for the needy in the harbor town. Most of the goods received were donated to orphanages, children homes and old age homes. The group also donated food to Sunshine kids and assisted with a soup kitchen at Home away from Home. Communication Officer of the Municipality of Walvis Bay who received the goods on behalf of the Office of the Mayor Ms Anita Kaihiva said that the Municipality are thankful for the goods and assure the young man that the goods will be handed to the persons that it is attended for. Kaihiva added that the Office of the Mayor are all ways open for donations. The next project that the group will take on is for a girl from Rehoboth that need N$400 000 for a ear operation. The girl will lose her hearing and speech if she does not go for the operation. The group helped a few girls from De Duine Secondary School with their outfits and a ride to their grade twelve farewell recently held in town.
Bay Area #064 hands goodies to orphanages
Bay Area #064 member with all the goodies they received (Back lftr:) Hubert van Tonder, Rayland Beukes, Brian Anderson, Calvyn Stevens, Francois Freeman. Second row is Lyndon Green, Communication officer of the Municipality of Walvis Bay Ms Anita Kaihiva, Elton Blake, and the Acting Personal Assistant of the Mayor Lelanie Coetzee, Rodney Brussel and in front is Don-Juan Andima
Julia and Janine Manuel as they hand goodies to one of the members of Bay Area #064
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Tullow Oil invests in future engineers and scientists Last week Tullow Oil, the British Oil Exploration Company, donated 18 high-end laptops worth N$180,000 to the Mondesa Youth Opportunities (MYO) and Gqaina Primary School, with the assistance of Manica Group Namibia.
Peter Owens (Tullow) with Neels Strijdom and Frans Ndjahera and students from MYO
Notice is hereby given in terms of section 63(2) of the Local Authorities Act, 1992 (Act 23/1992), as amended, that the Council of Walvis Bay intends to lease by private transaction the entire top floor of the Municipal Office Buildings located in the suburb of Narraville, Walvis Bay to the Namibia University of Science and Technology for the purposes of conducting a Satellite Campus.
The laptops were used by Tullow's drilling team based in Walvis Bay and on the Ocean Rig Poseidon drillship during the Cormorant-1 drilling campaign last year and Tullow took the opportunity to donate the computers to the two schools to further the education of young Namibians. Peter Owens, the Country Manager for Tullow Oil, handed over the laptops to both institutions. He told the learners that education is the key to a brighter future and encouraged the learners to work hard and to strive to be pillars in their communities as they are the future leaders of the country with the responsibility of uplifting fellow Namibians. “This donation is part of Tullow's Shared Prosperity drive which focusses on developing peoples' skills to increase local content and build a supply chain to deliver shared infrastructure and to support local communities”, said Owens. Neels Strijdom of MYO gave the delegation of Tullow and Manica a brief tour of the MYO facilities and classes. He said that the Mondesa Youth Opportunities is a non-profit Trust which offers free intensive education for about 120 underprivileged learners who show ability and promise. They focus largely on academics (English, Maths and Reading), but also offer Music, Computer Skills Training and Life Skills. MYO offers learners a nourishing lunch, before starting with afternoon classes to complement their
Tour of computer lab at MYO
usual school curriculum. The Tullow and Manica delegation was treated to a special traditional dance by the Gqaina Primary School during their handover event. This school is located 90km from the nearest town (Gobabis) and is a boarding school for about 300 children. The school was founded by local farmers, to ensure that Bushmen children in the surrounding area receive formal education. Gqaina is one of the few schools that promote indigenous language use and they employ teachers who speak the Ju'hansi language and provide mother tongue education for Ju'hansi learners in Grade 1. Owens urged the learners to make use of the oppotunities presented to them and to work hard. “We would like to see the future engineers and scientist emerge from the local community and perhaps work for Tullow one day. Maybe some of you could be our future drilling engineers,” he said. Manica also assisted Tullow Oil to donate the 17½ drillbit used in the Cormorant-1 well to the Ministry of Mines and Energy for display in the Ministry's museum in Windhoek. The drill-bit weighing 690 kg was transported to Windhoek where it was sand-blasted before delivery to the Ministry.
Peter Owens (Tullow) handing over the donated laptops to Frans Ndjahera (Computer and IT teacher at MYO)
The rental shall be as follows, all amounts excluding 15% VAT: (I) From 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020 at N$ 10,285.00 per month (N$55.90/m²). (ii) From 1 January 2021 to 31 December 2021 at N$ 10.800.00 per month (N$58.70/m²). (iii) From 1 January 2022 to 31 December 2022 at N$ 11,340.00 per month (N$ 61.63/m²). Written objections against the intended transaction must be received by the undersigned before or on 12:00 Friday, 8 November 2019. J A J Kruger Acting General Manager Human Resources and Corporate Services Municipality of Walvis Bay Private Bag 5017 Telephone: (064) 201 3206 Fax: (064) 201 3216 Walvis Bay
Peter Owens (Tullow) and Patrick Kohlstaedt (Manica) with the teachers and learners from Gqaina Primary School
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS Estate Nr: 1979/2017 In the estate of the late Susara Maria Altmann, Id no: 401225 0119 089, widow was ordinarily resident at 72 Andries Pretorius Street, Parrow, Cape Town and who died at Cape Town on 27 September 2017. All persons having claims against the above estate are hereby called upon to file their claims with the undersigned within 30 days from the date of publication hereof. Jan Hermanus Olivier (Executor) Jan Olivier & Co 131 Sam Nujoma Avenue P O Box 597 Tel: 064 - 207871 Walvis Bay
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Namport honours its long serving employees On Friday last week, the Namibian Port's Authority rolled out the red carpet to honour all long serving employees at the Annual Long Service Awards Ceremony. A total number of 129 staff members from the Port of Walvis Bay received certificates and trophies at the glamorous function, with the main objective being to celebrate the efforts of colleagues who have contributed towards the productivity of the entity, over a continuous period of years. Speaking at the function, Acting Chief Executive Officer, Mr Kavin Harry said that the commitment and dedication displayed by the recipients has earned the entity the status of being an employer of choice. As a ports authority, Namport remains committed to providing world class port services to all seaborne trade, through amongst others excellent customer services, sustainable growth and social responsibility with the ultimate aim of contributing to the Namibian dream of becoming a logistics hub for the Southern African Development Community. Mr Russell Eyberg received the most senior category which is the 45 years of service and advised all his colleagues that it has been commitment and a love for his job that made him come back to his workstation year after year! Encouraging the recipients with congratulatory remarks was Namport's Alumni, Mr Benny Farmer who had dedicated 43 years of his life to
the entity. The now retired Mr Farmer reminded the guests that “without teamwork it is impossible to reach one's goals, and further urged everyone to continue working as a team at all times”. Long service awards and certificates are conferred to staff members who have been in the employment of the company for continuous years, in the following categories: 5, 10,15,20,25,30,35,40 and 45 years respectively. A special expression of appreciation goes to 8 employees who have served Namport at the Port of Walvis Bay continuously for: 30 years; Mr Shaheed Saban, Mr Richard Goliath, Mr Josef Nghiholiwe, Mr Ernest Strauss and Mrs Kathleen van Heerden 35 years; Mr Johannes “Wikus” Oberholster 40 years; Mr Israel Oskar 45 years; Mr Russell Eyberg The Port of Lüderitz will have their long-service awards function on 04 December 2019 when 16 staff members will be appreciated. The guests were kept entertained with sounds from the Mascato Choir and by Mr Salvadore Mouers.
Mr Benny Farmer delivering his congratulatory remarks as Mr Cliff Shikuambi of Namport looks on
Honouring Mr Russel Eyberg (in the middle) for 45 years of dedicated service to Namport are Acting CEO Mr Kavin Harry (left) and Mr Elzevir Gelderbloem, Executive Port Engineer (right)
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NOTICE CONSENT USE 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 use, erection of buildings and use of land, details of which are obtainable from the General Manager: Engineering Services. The owner of Erf 2285, Matutura Ext 10, intends to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for special consent for a Residential Occupation - Administrative Office. Any person having any objection against such application should lodge such objection/s in writing and within 14 days of the last publication to the Swakopmund Municipality and the applicant, during normal business hours. Any person having any objection to the proposed activities may lodge such objection/s, duly motivated in writing, with the Chief Executive Officer before or on 1 November 2019. Contact Persons: Mr J Heita, Managr Town Planning, Phone: (064) 410 4403 / 081 150 0269, Email: email@example.com Mr JT Kemba, Cell: 081 380 0193, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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An der Atlantikküste,in der Namibwüste
Der Namib-Wüstenkohlrabi Mein Pickel - von Ingrid Kubisch
Sieht sie nicht aus wie ein großer Kohlrabi, knapp 60 cm im Durchmesser?! Präsentiert auf dem Felsen wie auf einem Tablett zum gegessen werden? Tatsächlich wächst diese Pflanze auf felsigem Untergrund und holt sich die Nahrung/das Wasser über eine Wurzel, die in eine schmale Gesteinsspalte reicht. Foto: Martin Weigand berge, und so ist er Namib (mw) – Im werden. Mir selbst sind allgemeinen nur in quasi endemisch in Na- keine wissenschaftlich Fachkreisen be- mibia. Das größte mir fundierten Daten darükannt, lebt der Wüs- persönlich bekannte E- ber bekannt. Im „Tree tenkohlrabi ( Adenia xemplar hat einen Atlas of Namibia“ von pechuelii) neben der D u r c h m e s s e r v o n Barbara WeisseCurtis Schoko und anderen großen und knapp 250cm und eine Coleen Mannheimer , berühmten Wüsten- Höhe von 130cm und von The National pflanze Welwitschia wächst im Bereich des Botanical Research mirabilis quasi ein Einzugsgebietes des Institute, Windhoek Schattendasein in mitteren Khan. Der 2005, wird eine Zahl puncto Bekannt- grau-grüne Stamm, der von 73 beobachteten heitsgrad. Seinen als Feuchtigkeitsspei- Exemplaren für NaNamen hat er tat- cher dient, ist meist mibia genannt. Aufsächlich wegen sei- mehr oder weniger grund meiner eigenen n e s A u s s e h e n s , rund bis oval mit Zwei- Erfahrungen liegt die nämlich wie ein ess- gen nach oben und Zahl vermutlich um ein b a r e r K o h l r a b i , seitwärts. Normaler- Vielfaches höher. Weiwährend der engli- weise sind diese Zwei- tere Untersuchungen sche Name Elephant ge kahl, da die Raupen dieses „Zwergbaumes“ foot eine weitere d e s e n d e m i s c h e n werden mit Sicherheit Ä h n l i c h k e i t a n - Schmetterlings Acrea noch einige interesspricht. Seinen Bei- hypoleuca seine Blätter sante Ergebnisse brinnamen „pechuelii“ als Nahrung nutzen. gen. hat er von dem Ende Dieser Schmetterling Über Zuschriften des 19 Jhd. lebenden legt seine Eier aus- seitens der Leserind e u t s c h e n G e o - schließlich auf dieser nen/Leser mit weitergraphen und Natur- Pflanze ab. Der Wüs- gehenden Informawissenschaftler E- tenkohlrabi ist zwei- tionen würde ich duard Pechuel - häusig, das heißt, er mich sehr freuen. BitLoesche, der Mitte bildet separate weib- te an folgende Emailder 1880er Jahre u.a. liche und männliche Adresse schreiben: Südwestafrika be- Pflanzen. Die meisten email@example.com suchte. Die Gattung Exemplare wachsen Adenia hingegen derart auf Felsen, dass Vielen Dank. gehört zur Familie man keinerlei Wurzel- Martin Weigand der Passionsblu- werk erkennen kann. mengewächse (Pas- Über das Alter dieser sifloraceae), und da- wahrhaft eigentümlich mit ist der Wüsten- aussehenden Pflanzen kohlrabi verwandt kann nur spekuliert mit der Passionsfrucht! Hat man das Glück und findet ein Exemplar in unserer Region, meist im Bereich des mittleren Khan-Riviers, so fällt auf, dass er in aridem Klima (fast) ausschließlich auf steinigem/felsigem Untergrund wächst. Sein Verbreitungsgebiet erstreckt sich vom ganz südlichen Angola durch das Kaokofeld bis hinunter in die Naukluft-
In zwei Teilen können Sie hier die lustige Kurzgeschichte von Ingrid Kubisch lesen, die auch in der neusten Felsgraffiti erschienen ist: Teil 1 „Pickel sind für Selbstmord!“, weinte ich. Ausgerechnet am allerersten Schultag in Standard 6, an der Windhoek Hoërskool 1968, stand mir ein solches Ungetüm im Gesicht. Ich sehe noch Mamas entgeisterten Blick, als ich dieses jammerte. “Alle Dreizehnjährigen haben Pickel”, tröstete sie. “Karin hat keine!”, schluchzte ich und warf meiner Zwillingsschwester böse Blicke zu. Sie hatte eine Haut so glatt wie ein Babypopo. Schwarze Schoko “Nun reiß dich zusammen und drück nicht dran ‘rum!” Zögernd verließen wir das Auto vor der W.H. S., der Hochschule, die wir für die nächsten sieben Jahre besuchen würden, und ließen unsere Augen über die vielen Kinder und das Schulgebäude wandern. Das Schulwappen, der Kudu vor blauem Hintergrund mit dem Motto Virtus Floreat, hing prominent an der großen Wand. Wir hatten keine Ahnung was das bedeutete und es interessierte uns auch nicht die Bohne. Wir waren so gekleidet wie alle anderen Mädchen auch - puderblaues Trägerkleid, mit weißer kurzärmeliger Bluse darunter und einen dunkelblauen gestrickten Gürtel mit gefransten Enden, der mit Schlipsknoten an der linken Seite in der Taille zu binden war,
beide Teile gleich lang und nicht über den Saum hängend. Die Saumlänge des Kleides nach Spezifikation der Schultracht, nicht kürzer oder länger als 4 Zoll in kniender Stellung vom Boden. Alle sahen gleich aus nur ich nicht. Just in der Rinne neben dem linken Nasenflügel hatte der Pickel sich eingenistet. Mit rotem Hof um die gelbe noch unreife Haube. Bei jedem Wort, bei jedem Lachen oder in meinem Fall, Weinen, spannte, brannte und juckte er. Die Prefekte, einige der älteren Schüler, die sich in ihrer Schullaufbahn durch gutes Benehmen und ebensolche Noten ausgezeichnet hatten und deswegen Aufsicht führen durften, hielten Ausschau nach uns Neuankömmlingen und zeigten uns den Weg in den Skoolsaal, der damals auch als Turnhalle verwendet wurde. Hunderte Kinder standen in der Aula, die Jungen links, die Mädels rechts - die Lehrer saßen oben auf der Empore und der Schulleiter stand an seinem Podium davor. Ich hielt mein Taschentuch über den Pickel. Meneer Beukes sah schon von weitem streng aus und ich war mir sicher, dass er den Pickel genauso missbilligend betrachten würde wie einen Fettfleck auf dem Schulkleid. Es war uns schon
bekannt, dass er seine Schüler zu maßregeln pflegte, wenn sie die Respektlosigkeit besaßen, mit schmuddeliger Schultracht, offenen Schuhen oder ungekämmten Haaren seine Schule zu betreten. Mit ihm war nicht zu spaßen. Seine funkelnden Brillengläser und die glänzende Halbglatze, die ausschließlich in meine Richtung zu funkeln und zu glänzen schienen, bewirkten eine
rasante Verschlimmerung meines Zustands. Das Ungetüm am Nasenflügel schwoll von Sekunde zu Sekunde an. Jetzt wächst es und wird mein Gesicht mit einer heißen feuerroten eitergelben Geschwulst überwuchern. Hilfesuchend wandte ich mich an meine Schwester, aber die war gar nicht da! - Die nachströmende Schülerschar hatte uns getrennt. Ich blickte einem fremden
Mädchen ins Gesicht ein Gesicht mit großen braunen Augen und ohne einen einzigen Pickel. „O dônder!“, rief sie, als sie den für eine Sekunde ungeschützten Pickel erblickte, „dis ‘n lelike ding, daardie!“ Ihre Stimme erklang klar und hell in das erwartungsvolle Schweigen der Schüler. Sofort richteten sich die strafend fun-
kelnden Augengläser des Skoolhoofs in unsere Richtung. Der Pickel schwoll zu Ausmaßen an, die einem Skorpionstich alle Ehre gemacht hätten, und das Mädchen neben mir verwandelte sich vor Schreck über ihren verbalen Ausbruch von einem fröhlichen Spatzen in eine kleine graue Maus.... Fortsetzung folgt
Die Worte der Woche
Vergiss niemals, dass ältere Frauen coole Mädchen sind, die nur schon lange leben!
Hab nie Angst vor dem Altwerden. Du kannst immer noch viel Unsinn machen. Nur langsamer! Anonym So viele Dinge, die früher für mich eine Katastrophe gewesen wären, erzeugen heute nur noch ein Achselzucken. Älterwerden rockt! Anonym Wenn ich alt bin, will ich nicht jung aussehen, sondern glücklich. Anonym Der krumme Baum lebt sein Leben, der gerade Baum wird ein Brett. Aus dem Chinesischen
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An der Atlantikküste,in der Namibwüste Locker vom Hocker Leserbrief zum Locker-Kommentar: Kluge Klima-Kinder? “Darf es auch mal gut sein?” Sehr geehrte Frau Kinghorn, Eigentlich bin ich mir noch nicht ganz sicher, ob ich dieses Schreiben an Sie überhaupt senden soll und darf. Ihre Berichte und Kommentare in der Namib Times lese ich immer sehr gerne. Schon des Öfteren habe ich den Gedanken gehabt, auf diesen oder jenen Bericht in der Zeitung zu antworten, aber dann habe ich mich zurückgehalten, weil ich mir gedacht habe: “Wer, außer ein paar Deutschsprachigen hier in Namibia, liest denn das und wen interessiert denn das überhaupt. Über den Bericht von Ihnen über die ovambosprechende Dame, die Ihnen in Kapstadt so entgegenkam, möchte ich nur sagen, dass ich i m v e rg a n g e n e n Monat eine ähnlich angenehme Erfahrung machen konnte. Ich war bei Natis um meine Autolizenz zu erneuern und ging in das Zahlungsbüro, fand aber keine richtige
Reihe, wo ich mich hätte anstellen können und stand wohl etwas dumm herum. Als ich mich dann aber doch hinter eine Gruppe Männer stellte, die wohl das Gleiche vorhatten, fragte mich ein damarasprechender Mann, ob ich denn schon so ein kleines Zettelchen mit einer Nummer geholt hätte Das war mir neu, und ich fragte ihn, wo ich die bekäme. Er antwortete, dass ich um das Gebäude herum gehen müsste, um mir dort diesen Wisch zu holen. Er muss wohl mein verdutztes Gesicht gesehen haben, als er zu einem jungen Mann sagte, er solle mir sein Zettelchen geben und ein anderes holen. Dadurch konnte ich
meine Lizenz in ein paar Minuten bezahlen, wofür ich ein paarmal dankte. So kann man auch hier bei uns Positives erleben, und ich stimme mit Ihnen überein, dass wir jeden Tag genug Negatives hören . M i t f re u n d l i c h e n Grüßen, Ihr Swakopmunder Senior (Name ist der Namib Times bekannt, wird auf Wunsch jedoch nicht der Öffentlichkeit preisgegeben) Lieber Swakopmunder Senior, ich danke Ihnen für diese positiven Gedanken, die schon dann etwas bewirken können, wenn nur eine Handvoll Menschen
sie lesen und sich zu Herzen nehmen. Jeder gute Gedanke, der geäußert wird - und wenn er noch so unbedeutend zu sein scheint ist eine Energie, die in den Äther geschickt wird und irgendwo seine Wirkung zeigt. Ihre Susann Kinghorn
Ronald Henss: Ein Mann aus Saarlouis an der Saar/ bekämpft' den Verlust seiner Haar'/ mit Salben, Tinkturen,/ Feng Shui und Mixturen/. Und wurd' kahler von Jahr zu Jahr. Harald Herrmann Die haarlose Frau litt in Aalen/ perückenbedeckt Höllenqualen./ Da sagte ihr Mann,/ ich mach mich mal ran,/ Frisur auf die Kopfhaut zu malen.
Möchten Sie zeigen, wo es im Leben lang geht? Melden Sie sich bei Susann Kinghorn; 0812538850; susannkinghorn @gmail.com
Liebe Küstenleser! Seit einem guten Jahr gibt es einen neuen Star am Horizont, den die Gnuherde Mensch weltweit anhimmelt wie eine Göttin. Greta Thunberg bzw. Gretawill-gern-tun-aber-tutnicht-gut, ein 16jähriges Mädchen aus Schweden, meint, die Welt verändern zu können, indem sie freitags die Schule schwänzt, um ein Schild in die Hand zu nehmen, das da ankündigt: “Schulstreik fürs Klima!” Wenn Greta (bzw. die, die hinter ihr stecken!) es bisher auch nicht geschafft hat, den Konsum und die Profitgier der Spezies homo sapiens zu drosseln bzw. dieser Spezies klarzumachen, dass sie sich nicht mehr auf Kosten unserer kostbaren Umwelt karnickelartig vermehren sollte (das Faktum umweltschädlicher Bevölkerungsexplosion hat sie nämlich bisher mit keinem Wort erwähnt!), so ist es ihr zumindest gelungen, dass pubertierende Rotzgören wie meine 15jährige Nichte ihre Großeltern anschnauzt und ihnen vorwirft, dass sie ihrer jungen Generation eine verschandelte Umwelt hinterlassen haben. Wow, das ist nogall häwie, zumal gerade meine Eltern sehr viel bescheidener gelebt haben, als es heute der Fall ist, wo sich just bei einer gewissen Jugend ein erschreckender Güterverschleiss und eine an Fassungslosigkeit grenzende, dreiste Selbstverständlichkeit breit macht. Greta Thunberg geht freitags nicht zur Schule, um gegen etwas zu streiken, von dem sie selbst nicht genau weiss, was es ist (es kursieren genug Videoclips im Internet, die zeigen, dass unsere “Klimaexpertin” ma net kein kluh hat, wenn sie mit unerwarteten Fragen bombardiert wird). Wie viele Kinder in dieser Welt träumen hingegen von einer Schule und würden ihr letztes Hemd dafür ausziehen, um das Vorrecht einer Ausbildung genießen zu dürfen. Greta gehört zu den etwa 1% der privilegiertesten Menschen, die je diesen Planeten
bevölkert haben. Sie und ihre Artgenossen haben mehr Komfort, Rechtssicherheit, gesunde Ernährung, Reise- und Konsummöglichkeiten, medizinische Versorgung u.a. als jede Generation davor und etwa 95% der heutigen Weltbevölkerung. Und noch nie in der Geschichte der Menschheit gab es irgendwo so viele kostspielige effiziente und flächendeckende Umweltschutzmaßnah-
Ministerin KristinePerson von der Sozialdemokratischen Arbeiterpartei gesponsert wird... Gretas Vater wiederum ist nicht nur Geschäftsführer sowohl bei Ernman Produktion AB
Das 16jährige Mädchen Greta Thunberg aus Schweden ist zur Zeit die Ikone in Sachen Klima- und Umweltschutz und wird mehr angebetet als der katholische Papst. wie auch bei Northern men wie heute. Aber jetzt kommt der Grace AB, beides akHammer. Hier handelt tiennotierte Geselles sich nicht etwa um schaften in Schweden ein Mädchen, das sich in einem Nobelviertel echt Sorgen um unsere Stockholms, deren Akarme Mutter Erde tien seit dem ersten macht. Die ganze Auftreten Gretas quasi Greta-Thunberg-Saga durch die Decke gehen, ist eine inszenierte Sa- er ist nebenbei auch che, und dahinter ste- Promotor der Firma cken Menschen, die "WeDontHaveTimeA Geld gerochen haben. B”, deren Gründer IngIngmar Renzhog zum mar Rentzhog ist. Beispiel, der als “Gre- Nachdem Rentzhog tas Entdecker” gilt, ist mit Greta für „WeDont ein schwedischer Un- HaveTime“ geworben ternehmer, der exzel- hat, wurden etwa eine lente Kontakte zu Or- Million Euro eingeganisationen hat, die sammelt. Überflüssig mit viel Geld ausge- zu erwähnen, dass auch diese Aktie seit der stattet sind... Und dann ist da Gretas Greta-PR steil nach Mutter, die ihr Buch oben geschossen ist. über sich und Greta Dass diese CO2-Zertijust an dem Tag vor- fikate ein Riesengestellt, an dem ihr Be- schäft sind und alles kannter Ingmar Rentz- andere als eine wirkhog gerade sein rüh- same Waffe gegen die rendes Foto von Greta Umweltverschmutmit Plakat samt einem zung und Co2, das will herzerweichenden Ar- kaum einer wahrhaben. tikel auf die Sozial- Warum? Weil wir Märmedien platziert - alles chen brauchen. Und rein zufällig natürlich! Greta Thunberg ist die Rentzhog und Gretas liebe Fee in unserem Mutter trafen sich be- Märchen. Armes Mädreits am 4. Mai 2018 chen, das als Mariobei einer Klimakon- nette für ein finanferenz, wo ersterer zielles Interesse missVorsitzender des Think braucht wird! Tanks wurde, einer Ihre Organisation, die von Susann Kinghorn Milliardärin und Ex-
16 NAMIB TIMES NOTICE CONSENT USE 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 use, erection of buildings and use of land, details of which are obtainable from the General Manager: Engineering Services. The owner of Erf 3662, Hendrik Witbooi Street, Swakopmund, intends to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for Special consent for a Car Wash. Any person having any objection against such application should lodge their objection/s in writing within 14 days of the last publication to the Swakopmund Municipality and the applicant, during normal business hours. Any person having any objections to the proposed activities may lodge such objections, duly motivated in writing, with the Chief Executive Officer before or on 1 November 2019. Contact Persons: Mr J. Heita (Manager: Town Planning), Tel: +264 -(64) 410 4403/081 150 0269. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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CLASSES EDUCATIONAL CLASSES Edu-care distributors (Walvis Bay) Educational care centre Year - end exam preparation Registration (hurry up !!!) October maths bonanza !!! Maths classes (Gr7 – 12 )also for namcol/ium AIM TO SCORE We specialized in all educational materials, text books, study learners books ect……….. Back to school prepacked for 2020!!! “We have prepared” Summerized success notes for all the 3 terms 1. Gr 4-5 maths workbook with endless activities 2. Gr 6-7 maths workbook with questions&answers 3. Gr 9 study guide prepared according to the new curriculum 4. Gr 11-12 core maths notes questions & answers old curriculum For more info contact : 081 868 1995 NEXT TO PHOTO VOLKER SAM NUJOMA AVE WALVIS BAY #THANK ME AT THE END OF THE YEAR#
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Tobias Hainyeko Street 16 Am Strand 5, SWAKOPMUND Telephone 064 404571 Cell 081 355 4520 (Established 1991) BUSINESS HOURS: MON – FRI: 08h00 – 17h00 SAT: 08H00 – 13H00 Cidesco Qualified Therapist ·Deep cleanse & facials ·Specialised facials ·Chemical peelings ·Pepita (microdermabrasion) ·Medical needling ·Mesotherapy ·Tinting ·Brow shaping ·Manicure & pedicure ·Shellac gel system (also acrylic) ·Body wraps ·Body peelings ·Endermologie® ·Yoga Thai massage ·Indian head massage ·Bootpress lymphatic drainage ·Swedish massage ·Bellabaci massage ·Light therapy ·Waxing ·Electrical epilation STOCKIST OF: DECLEOR, ENVIRON, GUINOT, HELIOCARE LAMELLE, NEOSTRATA, RVB MAKE-UP. GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE. PASSION IS OUR MOST SPECIAL INGREDIENT !!!
UNO TRUST BUILDERS AND RENOVATORS P.O.Box 650 Swakopmund Tel: 064 46 1844 Building, Renovating, Painting, Maintenance, Roof Sealing, Paving, Plumbing, etc. Sound Construction methods & proper workmanship by experienced team guaranteed. Coastal and inland also Lodges, farmsteads & plots. J. HARTEVELD Cell: 081 148 1939
Testimony: Mr Ngosso made my enemies confess to what they had done to me. Esther (Swakop) first heard of Mr Ngosso on a community radio talk show: I took his number down and booked an appointment. He charged N$ 200.00 to read my fortune. I was shocked when he mentioned that my husband was involved with another woman which I could not believe and he showed me all the bad spell she had done to me in the mirror and I was shocked. I have lived for 20 years with unhappiness in my marriage until now, Mr Ngosso cast a spell and the other woman separated from my husband and she later confessed to me. Today we live a happy life with respect and no fighting afer Mr Ngosso binded him to me. I recommend him to others who are suffering and I regard him as my guide. My husband has been to him and his business has been improved. We both agreed to go public so that the people get to know Mr Ngosso this is the only way I can pay him back, I think he has been sent by God. Appointment number: 081 552 3053
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.
Traditional Doctor Moyo Tired of running up and down, going everywhere but not achieving your real goals, here is your doctor to prove everything for you. He helps with different types of problems such as court cases, love affairs, marriage problems, weak erections which is unable to satisfy your woman, vagina tightness for man to feel always attracted to you house problems, all types of transmitted sickness, high blood pressure, asthma, headaches, chest pains, chasing of bad luck spirits, job problems, stop lover from cheating you [man or woman] Business improvements, all types of good luck. pregnancy problems, have protected life, never give up your life, your doctor is here to cleanse and lift you up. Come at 471 Mandume Ya Ndemufayo Street Mondesa Swakopmund or call Doctor Moyo 081 339 5913
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SERVICES EK HET N 4 TON LORRIE,HET JY N VRAG? Ons verwyder bou rommel, tuin rommel, enige vullis, huis trekke, kantoor trekke en ons ry lang pad. Bel dan praat ons Coenraad Fourie 081 337 0876
Quality Repair And Cooling Service Erf 626 Mandumeya Ndamfayo street no. 7 Swakopmund. Repairs on : *Washing machines *Stoves (gas and electric) *Fridges *Microwaves *Dishwashers *Tumble Dryers Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, Henties Bay and Arandis 24/7 service Contact: 081 840 5302 / 081 688 9145 Email: qualityrepairswakop@ gmail.com
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DR MAZI Same day results. Bring back lost lover, get lover of choice, get married quickly to man or woman, stop your partner from cheating, get attracted to rich man or woman. All pregnancy problems, win gambling and casino, chikita wallet, get job, promotion at work, remove bad luck, manhood enlargement all sizes. Hips and buttocks enlargement and many more. Call Doctor Mazi: 081 221 8201 TRADITIONAL DOCTOR: Dr. S Jeke (The Best). Bad Luck Luck Muti - Love Problems - Marriage to keep your lover just for yourself - Work problems Promotions - To get tenders and to boost your business - People don’t want to pay you back Pregnancy Problems Protection of Farms, Houses, Cars and Animals - Sexual transmitted sickness - all sickness Asthma, BP - Remove tokoloshi from bodies, houses - Men’s power sexuality - Spiritual doctors in need of more spiritual powers, etc. House Nr.(79) 3191D, Johanna Benson Street Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay. Cell: 081 303 3149
MALAWIAN TRADITIONAL DOCTOR Doctor Bomba Bazuka – the name is enough The doctor is in Walvis Bay with 40 years experience and has done wonders and great things in many SADC countries, such as bringing back lost lovers in 4 days. Removal of bad luck, very tough and challenging court cases, binding your love and to be your only. And to get a man/woman you want of your choice. Pregnancy problems, jobs and promotions, business, protection of bodies and houses from witchcraft, protection of kraals farms from thieves, wining tenders, and contracts, revenge kapsule, rejuvenate mens power during sex, magic wallet and get rich within short notice. Chest pains, headache, swollen legs and feet, epelipsy, drinking/smoking, to be released from prison, manhood enlargement. Hips/breast. I know you have been let down by others but now your time has come. Come and experience the wonderful miracles happening in your life and you will never regret. Call/sms Bomba Bazuka: 081 602 7102
TRADITIONAL DOCTOR KALENGA: He can help you through: Pregnancy - Education Court Cases - Love Af-fairs - Marriage Pro-blems Bad Luck - Bus-inesses Protection at Home Removal of Toko-loshi Mens’ Power - Sexuality Exams Job Problems etc. Walvis Bay & Swakopmund. Cell: 081 201 7887 DR RINGAZI Pay after success, same day results. Bringing back your lost lover the same day, get a lover of your choice, get married quickly to a man or woman of your choice, stop your partner from cheating and him or her to love you only, get attracted to a rich man or woman, all pregnancy problems, financial problems, magic ring for money, chitaka wallet, clear debts, manhood enlargement m to xl, hips and breast enlargement, bad lucks and many more. Call Dr Ringazi: 081 204 9299 DR WANJA Pay after success, same day results. Bring back your lost lover same day. Get a love of your choice. Get married quickly to a man or woman of your choice. Stop your partner from cheating To make your lover him or her to love you only Pregnancy problems Manhood enlargement from 5cm - 30cm Hips and breast enlargement. Win gambling in casino Financial problems Remove bad luck using Lyola oil. Get job quickly and clear your debts / loans. Contact: 081 409 5373
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SERVICES Malawian tradition doctor Oupa Nandora (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: 081 760 6553 sms or call find the Old man in Kuiseb, Mass Houses, at NHE 6751 Johannes Nakuafila Street. Malawian Traditional Doctor Gogo Paketi The doctor is in Walvis Bay with 40 years experience and has done wonders and great things in many SADC countries, such as bringing back lost lovers in 4 days. Removal of bad luck, very tough and challenging court cases, binding your love and to be your only. And to get a man/woman you want of your choice. Pregnancy problems, jobs and promotions, business, protection of bodies and houses from witchcraft, protection of kraals farms from thieves, wining tenders, and contracts, revenge kapsule, rejuvenate mens power during sex, magic wallet and get rich within short notice. Chest pains, headache, swollen legs and feet, epelipsy, drinking / smoking, to be released from prison, manhood enlargement. Hips / breast. I know you have been let down by others but now your time has come. Come and experience the wonderful miracles happening in your life and you will never regret. Call/sms 081443 0041
SERVICES TRADITIONAL DOCTOR: Dr. Famba from Visaka Shrine East Africa now he is in Kuisebmond House No.4331 James Brown Str. African Ancestors will never remain silent while innocent people are being tortured by evil people that is why Dr. Famba is here to help and solve problems such as bad luck, lost lovers, job problems, business attraction, win-ning contracts, promotion, stop your loved one from cheating, chasing away unwanted people out of life, weak erection, quit drinking and smoking, pregnancy problems, removing Tokoloshi, BP, diabetes, body and house protection, witchcraft diseases, pass interviews, financial problems just to mention a few. Call now on 081 467 2722 and start a new life. DR MAWULANA 081 804 3188 Afrikan Fresh Herbs Pay after success, same day results Bring back lost lovers same day. Get a love of your choice, pregnancy problems, stop your partner from cheating. To make your lover love him or her love you only. I make a prayer for a person to move all demons on you. Get attached to man or woman to love Get married quickly, remove bad luck. Boosting your business, bring back stolen property, bind house / property, pass exams, win gambling in casino. Get promotion at work, win tenders. Hips and breast enlargement. Financial problems, I solve divorce problems. Clear your debt/loans, to be good in bed. Court cases, I solve unhappy marriages Dr Mawulana 081 804 3188 Dr Atwabi; pay after success, same day results Bring back your lost lover the same day, get a lover of your choice, get married quickly to a man or a woman of your choice, stop your partner from cheating and make him or her to love you only, get attracted to a rich man or woman, all pregnancy problems, hips and breast enlargement, financial problems, magic wallet, chitaka wallet, clear debts, man hood enlargement S to XL and much more.... Call Dr Atwabi 081 233 7274 DR ZANIA Pay after success, same day results. Bringing back lost lover the same day, get a lover of your choice, get married quickly to man or woman of your choice, stop your partner from cheating and make him or her love you only, get attracted to a rich man or woman, all pregnancy problems, financial problems, magic ring for money, chitaka wallet, clear debts, manhood enlargement 5 cm to 30 cm, hips and breast enlargement and many more. Call Dr Zania: 081 254 9875
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
HOUSE FOR SALE!! Swakopmund Ocean View close to Spar. Only N$1 700 000.00 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms both with shower and bath. Spacious kitchen with granite top & 2 bar chairs. Lounge with cladded wall for tv & mounted unit for DSTV etc. Dining room with inside braai. Scullery Double automated garage. Security: Alarm system installed. Beams on all sides of the house. Contact 081 487 1960
FOR SALE: A 300 square meter free standing corner one bedroom house for sale in Mondesa, Swakopmund. Price – N$400 000 (negotiable). Price includes transfer costs. For more information contact Mr Eric at 081 813 7333
Private Sale: Narraville N$ 880 000.00 (Price negotiable) House for sale – Semidetached Three bedrooms, two bathrooms Main bedroom with ensuite bathroom Kitchen and Lounge Approved plans for a Double Garage 1.8 m high Boundary Walls Extra: Backyard Bachelor Flat with monthly rental income of N$ 3200.00 Contact Romano: 081 469 3909 / 081 339 0108 Malakia Properties TAMARISKIA 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Kitchen bic with stove Lounge and double Garage N$ 1.4mil KUISEBMOND 2 bedrooms, 2bathrooms Open-plan Kitchen Plus 5 outside rooms And 2bathroom N$ 880 000.00 Malakia, 064-406783 Cell: 081 297 7253 Email:malakiaproperti firstname.lastname@example.org OMUKUMO PROPERTIES HOUSE FOR SALE (KUISEBMOND) A free standing two (2) bedroom house, with a kitchen/lounge and a bathroom for sale in Kuisebmond. The house have 2 x separate flats, each with a separate bedroom, kitchen/lounge and a bathroom. Rental income from the flats is N$ 5000.00. There is also a big space for future extensions. Price: N$ 720,000.00 (Excluding transfer costs) Please call: 0812927764 /0811553130
We are urgently looking for rental property in the following areas: Long Beach, Dolphin Beach, Swakopmund & Henties Bay, Call Lucille at 081 169 6216
ZU VERMIETEN 3-Schlafzimmerhaus in Kramersdorf Swakopmund 3 Garagen, 3 Flats, geschützter Innenhof. Alarmsystem. Geeignet als Gästehaus / Wohngemeinschaft. Ab 01.11.2019 für N$ 12,000.00 /Monat + Deposit. Tel. ab 14h00 : 064-402927 oder 0812083531
PROPERTIES TO RENT
TO LET WALVIS BAY CBD N$ 4500 – 70m² Shop/office N$ 7500 – 80m² workshop + office N$ 9500 – 90m² shop/office N$ 15 000 – 150m² shop/office N$ 6000 – 80m² shop/office Please call Talitha 0813373669 to view To Rent Narraville : Neat & Private 1 bedroom backyard flat. Spacious open-plan, with built in cupboards, bathroom & kitchenette. W& E included. Extras: Camera & detector, for security. Aluminum windows 7 Door N$ 3600 Single & N$ 3900 couple. Serious & sober people only. Available 1st November Cell 0812297390
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PROPERTIES TO RENT
PROPERTIES TO RENT
TO LET Narraville - Pelikan Platz (flat) water incl, pre-paid 1st Floor N$ 5000-00pm 2nd Floor N$ 4 900-00pm Contact 081 150 5020 Deposit payable over 3 months
TO RENT: 3 bedroom house to rent – Narraville BIC/BIS – gas stove Pre-paid 2 bathrooms Lounge/tv/ dining 1 bedroom flat back yard & lounge/kitchen full bathroom To rent N$ 11 000 for Sale N$ 1 395 000 – valuation N$ 1 440 000 Water must be connected on own name. Call 0812902614/ 081 147 191 TO LET: Central Walvis Bay, Ultra Properties Building One bedroom flat with BIC and Garage, Spacious living room, Kitchen with BIC and BIS Bathroom with bath. Water excluded & Pre Paid Electricity installed. Very safe and secure. Rent is N$ 4650.00 plus Deposit Available Immediately Contact: Sonja at 064207997 Email: email@example.com TO RENT: A Flat to rent in Vineta, Franke str. 37 back yard. 1 bedroom, kitchen, lounge and bathroom, garage included. N$ 5 500.00 p/m water and electricity included. Contact owner Ratonda: 081 375 3608 Memory: 081 313 1052 TO RENT: Kuisebmond U save street 1 bedroom, kitchen (bic) and lounge 1 walking bathroom and closet. Pre paid electricity. Water incl. N$ 1500.00 deposit N$ 2 800.00 p/m Contact Malush: 085 281 1283 Available immediately TO RENT: Swakopmund Windhoekerstr 14 4 interleading offices Cell: 081 272 9736 TO RENT: Tamariskia 2 bedroom flat, water and electricity included. Available immediately. N$ 5 500.00 p/m Contact: 081 441 9608 / 081 215 9739
TO LET SWAKOPMUND OCEAN VIEW 3 bed, 3 bath house with double garage – N$ 11 300 3 Bed, 3 bath house with 4 garages – N$ 13 500 SWAKOPMUND Semi furnished 1 bed flat, water incl – N$ 6000 2 Bed flat with garage, CBD – N$ 7500 3 Bed flat with 2 garages, CBD – N$ 8000 KRAMERSDORF 1 Bed flat with garage – N$ 5900 2 Bed flat with garage N$ 6850 VOGELSTRAND Fully Furnished 2 bed flat with Double garage – N$ 9900 TAMARISKIA 3 Bed house with garage - N$ 6800 3 Bed house with double garage - N$ 8400 MONDESA 3 Bed House with Double garage – N$ 8800 LONGBEACH 3 Bed unit with double garage - N$ 6500 Call Lucille 081 169 6216 for viewing
TO LET: Narraville Walvis Bay Rental Prices Reduced Ground Floor units at Toermalyn without garage N$3850.00 with garage N$4550.00 W&E Excluded, Deposit payable over 3 months
Contact 081 150 5020 for viewings TO RENT: Kabeljou Walvis Bay one bedroom flat, open plan kitchen and sitting room, free wifi N$ 3 000.00 p/m W/E incl. Available immediately. Contact: 081 286 7210 081 205 9653 TO RENT: Swakopmund, Wilto Apartments two bedroom flat, garage, close to beach and shops N$ 6 500.00 p/m Plus water and pre paid electricity. Available 1 Nov Call Koos: 081 293 2073 TE HUUR: Narraville 3 slaapkamer huis N$ 8 000.00 p/m Koop krag. Kontak: 081 288 1523
PROPERTIES TO RENT TO RENT: Meersig ext 2 A new one bedroom flat with BIC, open plan kitchen and a toilet for one person. W/E included, no garage. N$ 3 800.00 p/m + N$ 1 000.00 deposit Contact: 081 250 8702 081 442 8436 TO RENT: Apex Park, Tamariskia 1 bedroom, open plan kitchen, lounge, BIC in Kitchen and bedroom, water and electricity included, no court yard, single garage. Available: 01 Nov 2019 N$ 5 000.00 p/m (Neg) Contact: 081 747 8829 Malakia Properties Estate Agents TO LET MONDESA Rooms from N$ 1 400.00 - N$ 2 600.00 MAHETAGO 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Kitchen and Lounge N$5000.00 W/ Incl 3Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Kitchen, Lounge and Garage N$ 5 300.00 W/ Incl TULINAWA 1Bedroom, bathroom and Kitchen N$2500.00 W/Inc 1Bedroom, bathroom and Kitchen N$3300.00 W/ Inc MONDESA 2Bedrooms,bathroom and Kitchen N$3600.00 W/ Inc OLWETWENI 2Bedrooms, bathroom and Kitchen N$3800.00 W/ L Excl MATUTURA 2bedrooms, bathroom and Kitchen N$3500.00 W/Incl 2bedrooms, bathroom Lounge and Kitchen with bic N$4400.00 W/L Excl TAMARISKIA FLAT 2 bedrooms, bathroom, open plan kitchen, single garage. N$ 5 800.00 W/L excl 2bedrooms, bathroom Open-plan Kitchen N$4500.00 W/Incl All Deposit Required Tel: 064-406783, Cell: 081 297 7253 Email: malakiaproperties@ yahoo.com
TO LET KUISEBMOND 2 Bed flat at Kabeljou Mall – N$ 3100 Please call Yolanda 0811583463 to view
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PROPERTIES TO RENT TE HUUR: Swakopmund, middel dorp, Nathaniël Maxuilili str. 24 2 enkel woonstelle, geen garage en geen kinders of diere. N$ 4 000.00 p/m Kontak: 081 127 9850 TO RENT: Meersig, near Millions Lane two en-suite bedrooms, one extra guest toilet, open plan kitchen, indoor braai, fully alarmed, burglar bars, pre paid electricity. One garage, small pet friendly. N$ 5 900.00 p/m W/E excl. Centre of Town Two minutes walking from Spar Two main bedrooms, one child port. Two showers/toilets. Open plan kitchen. Fully alarmed. Burglar bars, secure alarmed car port. No pets allowed Rent includes water not electricity N$ 5 500.00 p/m Call/whatsapp: 081 378 7347 064 204 986 081 299 4251 081 697 8588 TO RENT: Bachelor apartments to rent in Kuisebmond Makriel Street no 30 W/E incl. N$ 3 1 50.00 p/m Deposit can be paid in instalments. Contact: 081 314 9294 TO RENT: 1 outside room available immediately N$ 2 200.00 p/m W/E incl. Walvis Town, Hermis Contact Cony: 081 422 6419 TO RENT: Kuisebmond, Namport Room available W/E incl. N$ 1 930.00 p/m Contact: 081 244 1265 TE HUUR: Klein woonstel ten volgemeubileerde enkel woonstel. Veilig en privaat, Walvisbaai Lagoon area. Water krag en tv ingsl. Geen garage N$ 3 600.00 p/m Plus deposito Geen troeteldiere Kontak: 081 247 1687
PROPERTIES TO RENT
TO LET KUISEBMOND N$ 2400 – 1 bed flat, water incl N$ 3000 - 2 bed unit, single garage N$ 3300 – brand new 2 bed house near the beach N$ 4200 – double story 3 bed house, water incl N$ 6500 – shop space in main rd Please call Talitha 0813373669 to view
TO LET SWAKOPMUND NEW INDUSTRIAL 55m² Storage garages – N$ 2070 110m² Storage garages – N$ 4025 175m² Workshop, 3phase Electricity N$ 10 350 502m² Workshop, 3phase Electricity – N$ 28 750 Workshop with own Yard, Office Space, wash bay, 3phase ElectricityN$ 40 250 Call Lucille 081 169 6216 for viewing TO RENT: 1 Slaap kamer woonstel Ingeboude kaste Oop plan sitkamer en kombuis ingeboude kaste Stoof N$ 3 000.00 p/m W/E incl. N$ 1 500.00 deposit Available immediately Narraville, Aalwyn str 13 Kontak: 081 578 2854 TO RENT: Kabeljou area, Mola Mola Cresent street Erf 3574/31 Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay A big bedroom, open plan kitchen, bathroom and garage. With G4s alarm W/E incl. N$ 3 500.00 p/m Available immediately Contact: 081 413 1320 081 230 2506
TO LET WALVIS BAY INDUSTRIAL N$ 10 000 – 174m² w/house + office N$ 14 000 – 228m² w/house + office N$ 30 000 – 800m² w/house + office Please call Merle 0811583462 to view
PROPERTIES TO RENT
TO LET WALVIS BAY INDUSTRIAL N$ 10 000 – 174m² w/house + office N$ 14 000 – 228m² w/house + office N$ 30 000 – 800m² w/house + office Please call Merle 0811583462 to view
TO LET WALVIS BAY CBD N$ 5700 – 2 Bed, 2 Bath with single garage N$ 4850 – 2 Bed with single garage N$ 5300 – 2 Bed with single garage N$ 7500 – 3 Bed, 2 bath with garage N$ 5 500 – 2 Bed with single garage Deposit required – Not negotiable Please call Talitha 0813373669 to view
TO LET NARRAVILLE N$ 2700 – 1 bed flat, W + E incl N$ 3850 – 2 bed flat N$ 9500 – 3 bed house with double garage & 1 bed flat Please call Merle 0811583462 to view To let: Home to Rent - Vineta, Swakopmund, with Platz am meer close by. Free Standing Three Bedroom House with BIC, Tandem Garage, Spacious Courtyard with Under-Roof Braai Area and Detached WashRoom, Open Plan Lounge with Fireplace Nook, Granite-Top Kitchen with BIC, BIS, Gas Stove with Provision for 2x19KG bottles (1 Empty Supplied), Master En Suite and Main Bathroom, New Lighting and Light Blocking Roller Blinds throughout. Water excluded & Pre Paid Electricity installed. Rent: N$ 9500.00 plus Deposit: N$ 14250.00, Available Immediately Contact: Marthinus at 064-207997 Email: marthinus@ultratravel. net
PROPERTIES TO RENT TO RENT: Available from 14 October 2019 1 x bedroom, open plan kitchen, lounge with BIC and stove. Single garage with automated door and alarm. Extension 1 Meersig N$ 4 500.00 p/m Water and alarm monitoring included. Pre-paid electricity. Contact: 0812986766/ 0812505060
TO LET USAKOS Mall coming Soon! N$50 per m² for office or shop space, Book your Space today! Lucille 081 169 6216 or Yolanda 081 158 3463
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VACANCIES VACANCY: Nina’s Hair Salon near Protea Hotel Walvis Bay Is looking for five people 1x make up artist 1x barber 3x hairdressers should be able to do professional styling Contact: 081 276 4908
WANTED WANTED: We pay cash for unwanted or broken jeweler. 9ct up to N$ 200 p/g 18ct up to N$ 400.00 p/g Contact: 081 330 2041 081 714 8936
VGK SHALOM ACCOMMODATION: We offer affordable BUT comfortable Accommodation with prices varied from N$ 300.00 up N$ 550.00 in 6 flats with 2-3 beds Included ensuite bathroom, DSTV, free WIFI, private BBQ areas and safe parking c/o Tantalite and Garnet Street. Bookings: 081 230 2385
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Sell your Car, Bakkie or SUV to US. We pay CASH for your vehicle. NA
VACANCIES Phone Antonio or Basie at
Pro Technology Security cc Walvis Bay Office We are looking for the following young and dynamic people to join our team as Response Officers Requirements: *Grade 10 or higher. *Previous experience will be an added advantage *No criminal records. *Driver's License (6 months and older) *Reside in Walvis Bay If you are ready and passionate to join our dynamic team please deliver your CV in person at Hage Geingob Street No 59,Behind Protea Spar, Town Or send to firstname.lastname@example.org AVON REPS: Looking for serious minded people who want to make extra money with AVON, nice rewards as well. Contact A.J @ 081 662 5481
Compost for Sale COMPOST made from seaweed and 10 other ingredients. Specially designed for our meagre coastal soil. 081 127 5442
JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am a 36 year old man looking for driving work from Swakopmund to Walvis Bay, from Swakopmund to Arandis or Windhoek to Otjiwarongo. I don’t drink, I am reliable and hardworking, I can work on contract or even a taxi in Swakopmund. Contact: 081 807 5204 JOB WANTED: I am a 25 year old lady looking for domestic work for 3days or a week or babysitting in Swakopmund only. I am a hardworking, honest, and reliable, I have a great passion for working with babies or kids. I am willing to start anytime. Please contact me: 081 369 4408 / 081 421 6631
TO LET WALVIS BAY – CBD Various size shops and offices at the Pelican Mall Please call Yolanda 0811583463 to view
TO LET KUISEBMOND Various size shops in different areas Call YOLANDA 0811583463 to view
CROSSROAD CAR SALES Tel: 064-403666
Crossroads Car Sales
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
ACCOMMODATION Guest rooms available in Kuisebmond From N$ 200.00 Contact: 081 616 5586 081 293 9264
Honda 450R, very good condition, engine completely rebuilt N$35 000.00 (negotiable) 081 122 6455 081 128 0545
JOB WANTED: A 22 year old lady is looking for domestic work like cleaning and ironing in Swakopmund. Please contact: 081 887 8139 JOB WANTED: I am a 30 year old woman looking for domestic work in Swakopmund or office cleaning work. I can start immediately. Contact: 081 212 3721 JOB WANTED: I am a 43 year old lady looking for domestic work or looking after kids, ironing in Swakopmund, Long Beach, Mile 4. I have experience and can start immediately. Contact: 081 893 8070 JOB WANTED: I am a young lady looking for domestic work, babysitting, office cleaning or any kind of work in Swakopmund. I am hardworking and willing to work under pressure, can start immediately. Contact: 081 342 3147 081 785 3158 WERK GESOEK: Ek is opsoek na skoonmaak of stryk werk vir 2 dae (Maandag en Vrydag) of hele week in Swakopmund, ek kan onmiddellik begin en is baie betroubaar. Kontak: 081 622 5161 081 403 0423
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JOBS JOBS WANTED WANTED JOBS WANTED: Looking for internship in metal fabricating. Currently doing my level 2 certificate in metal fabricating. Have 7 years' experience in construction. Contact: 081 752 8043 JOB WANTED: I am a 39 year old woman looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay. Contact: 081 823 3071 JOB WANTED: I am looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay. I can start anytime in Walvis Bay Call or sms. Langstrand, Town, Lagoon Meersig I am hardworking. Contact: 081 782 6348 DALLY: I am looking for housework in Walvis Bay, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Friday. Call: 081 253 1101
JOB WANTED: I am a 25 year old lady looking for domestic work or office cleaning, baby sitting. Mondays to Fridays. I can start immediately. Contact: 081 274 6035 081 682 1049 JOB WANTED: I am looking for housekeeping work, for 5 - 7 days a week or ironing after old people. I am very hardworking. Contact: 081 645 3770 WERK GESOEK: Ek is ‘ n 36 jarige vrou opsoek na huiswerk Maandae, Woensdae en Vrydae. Ek is bereid om enige tyd te begin. Kontak: 081 755 9603 081 404 5327 JOB WANTED: I am a 23 year old male looking for any driving work I have code CP C1 license. I am very responsible. Contact: 081 464 6340
WERK GESOEK: Ek is 'n jong dame opsoek na huiswerk vir 2 – 3 dae, 'n week. Kan dadelik begin. Kontak: 081 562 0579 081 824 4191
WERK GESOEK: Ek is ‘n jong dame opsoek na huiswerk. Dinsdae en Donderdae. Ek is baie hardwerkend. Kontak: 081 392 3019
JOB WANTED: A 26 year old lady is looking for printing work or domestic work. I have a certificate in computer and business plan management. Contact: 081 863 4531
WERK GESOEK: Ek is 45 jarige dame opsoek na huiswerk of enige werk in Swakopmund, ek kan onmiddellik begin en is baie betroubaar, hardwerkend en verantwoordelik. Kontak: 081 251 1469
JOB WANTED: I am Isabella and I am looking for domestic work or office cleaning work. I am a 36 year old an hardworking, hardworking person, Langstrand, Meersig, Lagoon or in Town. Contact: 081 782 6348
WERK GESOEK: ‘n jong betroubare dame van 42 jaar is opsoek na enige skoonmaak werk, kantoor of huiswerk, kan ook kinders oppas in Swakopmund, ek het jare ondervinding en kan enige tyd begin. Kontak: 081 409 1096
JOB WANTED: I am a lady looking for domestic work, cleaning, mopping, staying with kids, washing and ironing. Contact: 081 658 3853 JOB WANTED: A 24 year old girl is looking for any work in Walvis Bay. I am ready to start immediately. Contact: 081 842 5146 JOB WANTED: I am a 45 year old lady looking for work as a receptionist, administrator, domestic work. Full or half day. I am ready to start anytime. Contact: 081 777 1763 JOB WANTED: 31 jarige dame is opsoek na huiswerk vir 3 dae, weekliks. Dorp, Meersig, Lagoon of Langstrand. Ek is hardwerkend en betroubaar, drink of rook nie. Kan onmidellik begin. Kontak: 081 259 2419
ELIZABETH: I am 36 year old looking for domestic work, ironing, looking after kids, guesthouse work, washing clothes in Swakopmund. I have 11 years experience, I am hardworking and ready to start immediately. Contact: 081 747 0108 VACANCY: Honest, hardworking and energetic person required for domestic duties in Swakopmund. References + 3 years relevant experience required Please contact: 085 524 6915 WERK GESOEK: Merlyn is opsoek na huiswerk vir 2 dae, Vrydag en Saterdag in Swakopmund. Kontak: 081 206 0523 / 081 372 9675 JOB WANTED: I am a 38 year old lady looking for domestic work for 3 days a week. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Contact: 081 302 4295 081 236 2749
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NOTICES NOTICE Please take note that Van Der Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties CC on behalf of the owner/s of Erf 779, Swakopmund herewith intend to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for the following: CONSENT TO OPERATE A GUESTHOUSE FROM ERF 779, SWAKOPMUND Any person having any objection against such application should lodge their objection/s or comment/s in writing within 14 days of the last newspaper publication to both the Chief Executive Officer of the Swakopmund Municipality and the applicant during normal business hours. Closing date for objection/s or comment/s is on 1 November 2019. Contact: Van Der Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties Tel: 081 244 4441 / 0811224661 Email: email@example.com, P O Box: 467, Swakopmund
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NAMIB TIMES NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In the Magistrate's Court for the District of Swakopmund held at Swakopmund. Case No: 124/19 In the matter between: Municipal Council of Swakopmund Plaintiff and Yolanda Charline Beukes First Defendant J E Beukes Second Defendant In pursuance of a Judgement in the Magistrate’s Court of Swakopmund and writ of execution dated 28/08/2019, the goods listed hereunder will be sold in execution to the highest bidder at
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Erf No 4856, John Otto Nankudhi Street Swakopmund on 16 November 2019 at 10:00 namely: 1 x TV Cabinet 1 x Telefunken Box TV 1 x Hisense Sound System Conditions of Sale: “Voetstoots” - Cash to the highest bidder. Date at Swakopmund on 9 October 2019. KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Attorneys for Plaintiff 2 - 6 Haus Altona Tobias Hainyeko Street Tel: 064 - 405051 Fax: 064 - 402159 Swakopmund (Ref: HV/ZBMUN100/2550-COLL
WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Home Based Business (Cash Loan) ON ERF: 3063 Kuisebmond TOWNSHIP: Kuisebmond STREET: Namib Street. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, the undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Cash Loan on the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 106D, Civic Centre. Any person having any objection to the approval of this application, must lodge such objection, together with grounds thereof, with the General Manager: Roads and Building Control, (Town Planning), Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay and the undersigned, in writing, not later than 1 November 2019. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Festus Naushuwa, P O Box 61329, Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay
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JJD for GBV Knockout Project Rudi Bowe
Walvis Bay businessman Johnny Johnson Doeseb will fight against Job Ampundain the MTC Knockout Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Knockout boxing project for the Junior Middleweight title at Windhoek Country Club tomorrow evening. Namibian male personalities will battle it out against each other over three rounds each at the event that is not only a boxing fight, but also a fight against social change with the emphasis GBV. Doeseb said that women and children are mostly the victims of GBV and hence urged men to change their attitude and become the protectors of society as women and children are part of us and we need to protect them. We as men do not have any rights to use violence as a means of letting go our frustrations. JJD said “Violence has no place in our society and tomorrow 12 October the public should expect fireworks when he and Amupanda go toe-totoe”. “We all must make sure that GBV becomes a thing of the past whenever you are angered, it must not be directed to women and children as they are not our punching bags” JJD added. The personalities will be throwing punches over a total of 24 rounds on the night. These punches must never land on helpless and vulnerable women and children but rather on a punching bag. All proceeds of the GBV knockout project will be donated to a charity against GBV of their choice. The much-anticipated fights are: KP Illest vs Paul da Prince (MTC Knockout GBV Jnr Middleweight title) Jossy Joss vs Amos Shiyuka (MTC Knockout GBV Heavyweight title) D-Naff vs Luis Munana (MTC Knockout GBV Cruiserweight title) Theo Ishuna vs Marco Ndlovu (MTC Knockout GBV Heavyweight title) DJ Cheeze vs Sunny Boy (MTC Knockout GBV Super Middleweight title) Johnny Johnson Doeseb vs Job Ampunda (MTC Knockout GBV Jnr Middleweight title).
Johnny Johnson Doeseb
Coach Hennie Horn and Manager Leon Nienaber with the athletes that participated in SACSSA National Championship in Sasolburg
Young coastal athletes at SACSSA Rudi Bowe
Nine young coastal athletes from Swakop Striders Athletics Club and two athletes from UNAM Athletics Club, recently participated in the Southern African Christian School's Sports Association (SACSSA) National Championship in Sasolburg, South Africa. The SACSSA Nationals for athletes between 7 – 19 years are held annually and attracts between 1200 to 2000 athletes from Kwa Zulu Natal; G7; Gauteng; Magalies; Mpumalanga; Vaal West; Limpopo; Zimbabwe; Western Province; Eastern Province; Namibia (Poor Striders) and Central Region. The different provinces in South Africa have qualifiers to select their strongest team for the SACSSA Nationals. In order to get exposure especially for the high jumpers it was decided to send a team that generally goes for high jump but the same athlete does other items as well. Roché Venter represented us in javelin. The team from Swakop Striders consisted of: (With the age in brackets) Geremy van der Walt (7), Arizhia van der Walt (10), Liam Kuhn (11), Simoné Labuschagne (11) Carla Shutz (14), Meagan le Roux (15), Chrislene Klein-Nienaber (16), Roché Venter (16) and René Gillmore (17) with Mbitjita Kaeka (17) and Anana Samuntu (18) from UNAM Athletic Club and Coach Hennie Horn, Leon Nienaber the Team Manager and Hezekiah Ndahalele the driver. On their way to South Africa a short high jump and javelin training camp was held at Gobabis Gymnasium's sports grounds for athletes and coaches from Gobabis schools.
The Poor Striders, with its small team of just 11 athletes, performed exceptionally well as they won 7 gold, 2 silver and 5 bronze medals and show some of the large provinces with more athletes a run for their money. Medal Winners at SACSSA National Championship were; Arizhia van der Walt High Jump – Gold, Carla Shutz High Jump – Bronze, Meagan le Roux High Jump – Gold, Chrislene Klein-Nienaber High Jump - Gold 'a new Record, Long Jump Gold, 100m and 200m – Bronze, Roche Venter Javelin-Gold, Rene Gillmore Triple Jump – Bronze and Mbitjita Kaeka High Jump - Silver, Long Jumping – Bronze and 200m – Silver. The following Namibian athletes are selected to represent SACSSA at the NWU Pukke Top 30 in Potchefstroom on 18 and 19 October 2019, Chrislene Klein-Nienaber, Roche Waiting, Meagan le Roux and Anana Samuntu. Swakop Striders are invited to the NWU Pukke Top 30 and will take 10 of their athletes between the ages of 14 – 19 to get exposure at an international event. Participation at the SACSSA National Championship was made possible by: TY Investments, WIMPY / ENGEN Gobabis, Eastgate Restcamp, G Gertze, M Muller, E Nanuses and A Stephanus.
Paralympics Training Camp Isaac Chikosi
The Namibian Paralympic Committee athletes started with their preparation for the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships in Swakopmund. The training camp will run until 28 October at the Dome and Vineta Sports Stadium. The Para- athletes are hard at work to give a stellar performance at the 2019 World Para Athletics Championships to be held in Dubai from 7 - 15 November. A total of 16 athletes including Bradley Murere and Johanna Benson from the coast are part of the elite team preparing for Dubai. Michael Hamukwaya secretary general and para-athlete coach says he is grateful to the Dome's Health and Wellness Centre for availing their state-of-the-art gym for the training. “We are also grateful to Nampower and the Namibian National Olympic committee for funding the training camp”, said Hamukwaya. “Swakopmund Municipality has also been generous by giving us discounted rates for accommodation at their bungalows”, he added.Nampower sponsored N$147 000 for the training camp.A further N$612 000 was allocated for the World Championships event by Nampower through the Disability Sport Namibia organisation. “To qualify for the 2020 Para Olympic Games in Tokyo, the athletes need to be in the top four at the World Championships for an automatic spot for the Tokyo Games. That is why the World Championships in Dubai are important for the athletes” Hamukwaya said. According to Hamukwaya, the team has secured accommodation in Dubai however, they are still struggling with air tickets and the competition fee of 800 Euros per athlete. Hamukwaya appealed to well-wishers and corporate to support the team wherever they can in this regard.
11 OCTOBER 2019
Cyclists off to Mauritius Eileen van der Schyff
Five mountain bike cyclists from the Erongo Region are competing in the 2019 edition of the Fundsmit Colin Mayer Tour in Mauritius. This 3-days, 180 km race will not only put their skill and endurance to the test, but there is also a taste of the unknown, as there are new, unexplored routes added.
(Fltr): Raquel Coimbra, Alfons Kiesewetter and Luanne van der Schyff at Hosea Kutako International Airport shortly before their departure
The cycle race takes place on the scenic west coast of Mauritius. The 5 riders are Alfons Kiesewetter, Luanne van der Schyff, Raquel Coimbra from Team Cycles4u, Helene Wiggett and Anna-Mart Kruger from The Training Shack (TTS). The teams departed for Mauritius on Tuesday and were in high spirit of anticipation for this magical tropical mountain biking experience. Its magic lies in the simple combination of exciting diverse trails, passionate people and a Mauritian community who share the same passion. The first stage, named the UNICITY Challenge starts today when riders will depart on a 60 km route from SPARC on the West Coast of Mauritius. This beautiful stage will allow riders to bike through Cascavelle, pass by the Chasse de
Medine, discover the Mare Longue Dam and freewheel to the finish line. The 53 km second stage, the SANLAM Cross Country stage will start on Saturday 12 October and will let the riders discover the unseen territories while going through all the private reserves. This stage will start from SPARC Unicity and take riders through Yemen, Matala, Domaine de Grande Riviere Noire, Domaine de Petite Riviere Noire, Casa noyale and all the way back again. The third and final stage, The 54 km GRIT Ultimate Pursuit will give riders a real treat by taking them through the west coast of Mauritius but not without the adrenalin produced by the single tracks. Riders will start at SPARC Unicity and take them through Chasse de Medine, Matala, Bois d olive, Less Salines, back to Matala then Yemen and back to SPARC Uniciti.
Anna-Mart Kruger and Helene Wiggett
Round Table 36 CUP Seven-a-side football tournament Rudi Bowe
The 2nd edition of the 7-a-side Round Table Football Community Upliftment Project (C.U.P) Tournament played out on 25, 27 & 28 September at Atlantis Sport Club in Walvis Bay.
1st Prize – 10x $100 meal vouchers valid at the Raft Restaurant sponsored by The Iris Group, were taken by the team from Indongo Toyota Walvis Bay. 2nd Prize – 10x $50 meal vouchers sponsored by John Dory's Walvis Bay was won by the Tunacor B
team. 3rd & 4th Prizes were sponsored by Etosha Fishing in the form of a case of tinned fish and were received by WBME (Walvis Bay Marine Engineering) and Tunacor A, respectively.
The CUP Seven-a-side football tournament has been established as an annual event hosted by the Round Table Walvis Bay 36 in aid of charity funds for the organisation to assist people in need within the community. The 2019 tournament was a memorable one and the organizers anticipate that this tournament will only grow from strength to strength every year. The 2019 event saw growth in the number of teams entered. This year 14 team entered which as a big step up from last years 8 teams. There were also more sponsors involved – and more prizes donated by local businesses for the competing teams. The teams that entered for the 2019 tournament were; Seaworks Fish Processors, Sparta United FC, Hydroweld, Tunacor FC (A), Tunacor FC (B), Embwiinda FC (A), Embwiinda FC (B), Walvis Bay Marine Engineering, Benguella Eagles, Namops Logistics, Namport FC, Guans Packaging, Indongo Toyota WVB and Waterbay Woods entered to raise funds for charity. The organizer Ricardo Von Stein said “Hosting such an event was made possible by Round Table Walvis Bay 36, partnered with Atlantis Sports Club with assistance from Woermann Brock Hardware and OTB and to make this tournament different to others - we had man of the match vouchers awarded after each game that was played, these vouchers were sponsored by Multisave/Walvis Bay Self Service and were valued at N$50 each”. Von Stein added that they also had meals catered for all the players, team managers and officials which were only made possible through donations and sponsorships from local companies: Multisave/Walvis, Bay Self Service, Namibian Pie Company, Bay Fruit & Veg, Walvis Bay Ship Chandlers, The winners Sparta United with the chairperson of Round Table Walvis Bay 36 Steven Peak, Ashley off, Marlo Green, Pereira Fishing, Gendev Group and Minaqua Water. Emile Dorgeloh, Fabio Silheu and Vice Chairman and tournament convenor Ricardo von Stein in front are Filipe Clara, If there are any companies or individuals that would like to contact Round George Adams, (Captain - Tyrone Mouton) William Buffel, Leroy Losper Table Walvis Bay 36 with regards to this tournament for the future or more information in terms of sponsorship, donations or any form of assistance feel free to contact, Ricardo Von Stein via email: firstname.lastname@example.org A big thank you to all the companies who sponsored teams for this event as well as the sponsors for the tournament! Namib Marine Services - Hickory Creek Spur, Walvisbaai - Iris Boutique Hotel & Restaurant - John Dorys Namibia - Walvis Bay Self Service/ Multisave - OTB Sport Walvis Bay - Atlantis Sports Club - Namibian Pie Company - NPC - Bay Fruit & Veg - Walvis Bay Ship Chandlers - Tunacor Etosha - Gendev Group - Pereira Fishing - Minaqua prepared Water - Woermann Brock Hardware The results were as follows in the C.U.P Final: 1st Prize - consisted of a full 15-man Football Team kit sponsored by Namib Marine Services – the winners this year was Sparta United Social FC. 2nd Prize – 10x $100 meal vouchers sponsored by Hickory Creek Spur were snapped up by Namops Logistics. 3rd & 4th Prizes were sponsored by Etosha Fishing in the form of a case of tinned fish and were received by Namport and Seawork Fish Processors, Chairperson of Round Table Walvis Bay 36 Steven Peak with Nuuyoma Hialris player of the tournament and Chairperson of Round Table Walvis Bay 36 Steven Peak respectively. with Bronze Sandal winner Fabio Silheu golden boot award recipient The Plate Final:
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Hangana Hake Run and Ride 2019 Rudi Bowe
The 2019 Hangana Hake Run & Ride that took place over the past weekend at the coast between Swakopmund and Walvis Bay was a huge success as spelled out by participants and stakeholders. Owned by Hangana Seafood the event drew approximately 1000 local and international participants. The Hangana Hake Run & Ride features a marathon, half marathon, 10km fun run as well as a 90km road cycling, 21km mountain bike, and 5km kiddie's race. The 90km road cycling race is a Namibian Cycling Federation sanctioned event and the marathon is a qualifier for the Two Oceans and Comrades marathons. Hangana Seafood donates 15% of the Hangana Hake Run & Ride entry fee to a charity organisation. This years sponsorship amount of N$30 000 went to the Lüderitz Early Childhood Development Centre. The results of the 2019 Hangana Hake Run and Ride were as follows: 5KM KIDDIES RIDE: Under 10 Girls – 1. Tamlin Leech, 2. Clarissa Strauss, 3. Ashley Martins Under 10 Boys – 1. Dominik Silver, 2. Franslo Wiese, 3.Weitz Van Niekerk 90KM ROAD CYCLING: Elite Women – 1. Courtney Liebenberg, 2. Jeanne Heunis, 3. Lelani Swart Sub Veteran Women – 1. Luanne van der Schyff, 3. Wilmerie Schafer, 3. MaikeBocher Veteran Women – 1. Christiane Beulker, 2. Keren Till, 3. Gerda Venter Master Women – 1. Deborah Baillie 2. Marion Himmel, 3. Rita Maree Elite Men – 1. Drikus Coetzee, 2. Jafet Amukushu, 3. Mackernzy Eiseb Sub Veteran – 1.Andre Vermeulen, 2. Ingram Cuff, 3. Tyrone Kotze Veteran Men – 1. Jaco Lamprecht, 2
Sub Veteran winner Luanne van der Schyff
AdriaanMaartins, 3.Tobie Gerber Master Men – 1. Hentie Hough, 2. Werner Ewald, 3. Nico Gruthn Grand Master Men – 1. Jacques de Beer, 2. Brian Roberts, 3.Gerhardus J. Kotze 21KM MTB: Junior Women – 1.LotteBeulker, 2. JahzaraLoock, 3. Cornelia Alpers Open Women – 1.Zanti Hansen,2.Yolandi Kittler, 3. Yvonne Roodt Junior Men – 1. Julian Nel Justus, 2.Beulker, 3.Phillip Binneman Open Men – 1.MorneHoniball, 2. Robert Schaaf, 3. Ivan Martinez 42KM RUN: Open Women – 1. Risa Dreyer, 2. Stephanie Roland, 3. DunjaPritzen Veteran Women – 1. OttileKaunapawaAimwata, 2. RakelaAkukothela, 3. Eliza Steyl Master Women – 1. Emilia Nambahu, 2. Adri Louw, 3. Ann Swarts Grand Master Women – 1. Vera Thomas, 2. Susanne Eva Ulrike Wiegank, 3. Hazel Milne Open Men – 1. Martin Ntinda, 2. Erich Goeieman, 3. Petrus Haimbodi Veteran Men – 1. Salomo David, 2. David Iyambo, 3. Lindsey Parry Master Men – 1. Kristof Ndunga, 2. Johannes Gawaxamab, 3. Chidi Alex Kanu Grand Master Men – 1. Achim Herma, 2. Henk Basson, 3. Floors Pelser 21.1Km RUN: Open Women – 1. Leena Ekandjo, 2. Beath Naihambo, 3. Nicole Spangenberg Veteran Women – 1. Shani Erlank- Scholtz, 2. Margo Bishop, 3. Renee Graig Master Women – 1. Ansie Breytenbach, 2. Karin Brockmann, 3. Linda Calore Grand Master Women – 1. Juliana Blaauw, 2. Bettie Du Plessis, 3. Alet Schrader Open Men – 1. Nghilyeendele Kornelius, 2. Herman Kathimo, 3. Kephas Gebhard Veteran Men – 1. Joseph Haita, 2. Fillemon N. Haitembu, 3. Arthur Makhaza Master Men – 1. Jackson Hamwele, 2. Manfred Vorback, 3. Joseph Amon Grand Master MEN – 1. Hermann Volkmann, 2. Daniel Botes, 3. John Vermeulen 10Km RUN: Juinior Women – 1. TuulikiMwesheendifa, 2. Simon Potgieter, 3. Anya Potgieter Open Women – 1. Victoria Shapwa, 2. Shiweda Ndinelao, 3. Monika Lasarus Junior Men – 1. Alpo Mbumba, 2. Michael Paulus, 3. Ethan Snyders Open Men – 1. Annanias Simon, 2. Albertinus Goeieman, 3. Ananias Ambunda Disabled – 1. Ishmael Nghilifilwa, 2. Hafeni Elias, 3. Ester Hailongo
Winner in the overall standings of the 90-kilometer men: from left to right Second place, Andre Vermeulen (Sub Veteran), winner Drikus Coetzee (Elite men) and third place Ingram Cuff (Sub Veteran)
The Disabled athletes that participated in the 2019 Hangana Hake Run & Ride
Herman Theron Managing Director from Hangana Seafood on the right and his personal assistant Tanja Payne with the sponsorship cheque
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