SERVING THE COASTAL COMMUNITY SINCE 1958 NO 6726
TUESDAY 13 FEBRUARY 2018
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Hopes kept alive to restore Sea Rescue fraternity mourns the death of Report on Page 2 tin mining at Uis Richard Schumacher
Port of Walvis Bay key Chinese global “Belt and Road” network
Port of Walvis Bay set for 400 % increase in electricity usage by 2019 - STS-cranes the reason.. Floris Steenkamp The port of Walvis Bay's electricity usage is set for an increase of close to 400 % when its four ship-to-shore cranes (STS-cranes) are commissioned by the end of the year. Each ship-to-shore crane at peak load is expected to draw 2, 5 megawatts [10 megawatts in total], as opposed to the port's current entire power demand of 3, 5 megawatts. Each crane will be supplied with electricity by a trailing cable which conveys electricity at 11 000 volts. This was said on Friday by the chief executive officer of Namport, Mr. Bisey /Uirab on the occasion of the arrival of the four giant cranes aboard the heavy cargo vessel Zhang Hua 8. The cranes were custom built for Namport in China and departed the port of Shanghai destined for Walvis Bay on 30 December 2017. /Uirab explained the port of Walvis Bay evolved to accommodate larger container ships, in line with international customer demand. Container handling equipment inevitably also has to keep up the pace with size and capacity, and therefore these STS-cranes are now set to replace the role of the mobile harbour crane the port of Walvis Bay used the past 21 years. In fact the port of Walvis Bay boasts nine mobile
harbour cranes, but with the advent of the ship-toshore cranes these mobile harbour cranes will now shift roles to bulk cargo handling. Mobile harbour cranes can load and unload 15 containers per hour. The new STS-cranes load and unload an average of between 30 and 40 containers per hour. These four STS-cranes were manufactured by ZPMC and were delivered with the container terminal on reclaimed land now clicking on to just past the three quarters completion mark. ∙Other features of the STS-cranes as outlined by Mr.Uirab: each crane came at a cost of N$110 million; the height of each crane with the boom in operational position is 70m; the height of the crane can increase to 122m with the boom raised; boom outreach from seaside leg is 69m; on a clear day the cranes will be visible from Swakopmund; each crane weighs 1 290 tons.
Vehicle and train collide at Swakopmund
The late Richard Schumacher The death occurred on Sunday of Mr. Richard Schumacher (50), perhaps best known for the major role he played over many years at the Sea Rescue Institute of Namibia's Station 1 (S.R.I.N. Walvis Bay). Mr. Schumacher for several years called Walvis Bay and Angola home, after taking up a job opportunity in that country. He later relocated to Henties Bay and was for the past few months living there permanently with his wife and toddler daughter, after his contract in Angola expired. Former colleagues of the S.R.I.N. yesterday described the late Mr. Schumacher as a very dedicated member of the sea rescue fraternity, an easy person to work with and an able and dependable colleague at sea. According to a close relative Mr. Schumacher complained on Saturday of not feeling well. On Sunday morning his wife rushed him to the Medi-Clinic Cottage Hospital in Swakopmund where he was admitted to the intensive care ward. He sadly passed away within twenty minutes after being admitted. Funeral arrangements are yet to be announced. Picture: Koos Liebenberg
Tugs welcome new cranes with water salute
Bank Windhoek Indoor Hockey League resumes
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WBCG CEO S.R.A.NEWSLETTER N0 67 Johny Smith “Don't look back,” the saying goes.....”You're not going that way.” But sadly something needs to be said about our annual Christmas moves on Fair, which was such a disappointment. The site rental is expensive
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Contributed Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) CEO Johny Smith bade farewell to the group on 31 January after 11 years of uninterrupted service. Smith was appointed as the new CEO of TransNamib by the board of directors and had his first day of office on 1 February. Clive Smith, the current Project Manager: Logistics Hub of the corridor group has taken over as acting CEO. The outgoing CEO thanked the board, his team, co-opted members and strategic partners in Namibia, the SADC region and the international community for their support, commitment and perseverance. "You are central to WBCG's ability to provide high-quality transport, logistics and wellbeing services to our customers. I have full confidence in the team and Clive Smith who will be leading them during the next few months to further develop our corridors to create more value for Namibia and the SADC region." WBCG board chairman Bisey Uirab said Smith's visionary leadership and commitment to see results helped develop the corridor concept not only in Namibia but also in Africa and the world over. "The Namibian corridors are today well known for being a significant contributor to the development of the country thanks to his efforts." He further stated that the board was sad to lose Smith at this point when corridor development is being discussed and the significant role that the logistics hub under the strong leadership of WBCG would play. The board is however happy that he will continue to play a significant role in the development of the Corridor Group by virtue of his new role. Smith said he viewed his journey at WBCG as an experience of a lifetime and that he was fortunate to be part of a public private partnership that transformed and led the transport and logistics sector from a Namibian perspective. He received many accolades during his tenure at WBCG including the CEO for Logistics award in Africa. He has also led the corridor concept for Namibia as best practice which has become a best model for corridor development on the continent and at a global level. Clive Smith has 20 years of commercial and management experience and previously held various developmental and management roles in the banking, fishing, transport and logistics sectors. He said that he was looking forward to this new challenge of steering the Corridor Group in the interim and explained that he maintains a high level of performance driven by an inherent urge to make tangible contribution towards the improvement of business ideals. "Resultantly, I am humbled by the confidence bestowed on me by our board to lead the group during this exciting period as we continue to position Namibia as the preferred gateway for trade in southern Africa." A core focus for him during the period of transition would be ongoing stakeholder engagements, whilst at the same time enhancing the WBCG business development activities through its regional offices to ensure the organisation remains steadfast to its core mandate, of attracting volumes to the corridors. Smith is currently serving on the board of Roads Authority as well as the Namibia Trade Forum. He is also a member of the steering committee of the National Logistics Master Plan, the technical committee of the National Single Window Project and was the deputy chair for the Transport Thematic Working Group responsible for the development of the current National Development Plan 5.
Hopes kept alive to restore tin mining at Uis Continued from Page 1 Erwin Leuschner The company AfriTin Mining Ltd. still clings to hopes of re-opening the Uis tin mine located in the Erongo region, some 125km east of Henties Bay. Despite shares for the AIM listed company continuing to plummet the re-opening of the mine could provide a significant economic boost for the town and also for Erongo. The company, listed on London's junior market, announced in January that it had, through its Namibian subsidiary, Dawnmin Africa Investments (Pty) Ltd, purchased the entire front end crushing component for the processing circuit of the plant. The equipment includes a jaw crusher, three cone crushers, stacking and conveying equipment and the electrical switchgear. AfriTin has in the meantime appointed Crushplant & Utility Spares CC, a Namibian based engineering firm, specialising in the construction and installation of crushing equipment to match the equipment to the required specifications and associated installation at mine site. AfriTin has the goal of commercial production from the Uis tin mine later in 2018. However, this goal might be easier said than done. AfriTin de-merged from fellow Aim-listed miner Bushveld Minerals with the aim of raising between £2 million and £6 million to put the mine, which has been out of production since 1990, back into production. Since 9 November 2017, when AfriTin listed on the stock exchange, shares have been on a downward spiral, dropping from 3.95 pence to 2.20 pence (yesterday). The company wishes to mine the metal as tin is commonly used in solder for electronics. Initially it announced to produce 5,000 tons of tin concentrate over the next five years.
and two days are just too long. There are no main draw-card features, too much of the usual shop merchandise on offer, and generally the fair is regulated and controlled in excess. Swakopmund has evolved and several Christmas Fairs were organised, very successfully, so perhaps it is time for a rethink of this traditional fair.... now called 'Summer Fair' but who is kidding who? The Christmas Fair was renamed the 'Summer Fair' for reasons we can guess at, but its timing and its history make it the official Swakopmund Christmas Fair.This is the year of reckoning, we are told. Hopefully it means that the authorities will actually make their presence known and be visible. In that case we would not have cars for sale parked across pavements with total disregard for general access, taxis crossing streets before the lights change, motorbikes blasting down the street with loud exhausts and the constant sight of people urinating at the side of the road, in public view. This sight, in particular has become more and more frequent... confirming that at best we are a third-world country. The battle against the deviously, suspiciously and underhand passing of the relaxation of height restriction law continues. The Swakopmund Residents Association, supported by many Swakopmund residents, continues to question and examine the way in which this law was mysteriously approved, accepted and passed by our councillors. Questions regarding integrity and capability are being asked of our municipal leaders and when we ask for meetings and answers we are made assurances, but are then delayed and avoided as deadlines come and go. As Shakespeare wrote, so long ago...”There is something rotten in the state of Denmark.” Swakopmunders, the battle continues, and our committee has taken this issue much higher than our unreliable and dubious councillors. Thankfully, the Aesthetics Committee has rejected the design of the intended building, Namport has refused any building height which interferes with the beam of the lighthouse and the Ministry of Presidential Affairs has also objected and asked Council to "intervene and put on hold until the matter is properly addressed with all stake holders.” Without doubt alternative and underhand plans continue in the making, so we cannot relax.There are those who say that our protest stands in the way of progress. The truth is we do not mind higher buildings at all, and we welcome progress, but with intelligent design. Throughout the world it has been proven that high-rise buildings along a sea front or view site, damage the value of any development behind them. The businesses or apartment blocks at the back of these tall buildings lose light, become restricted and unappealing and investments and potential are lost. These areas become run-down and seedy, rentals fall, living standards become low, and in time, run-down areas develop. This is the danger that we face. This is a fact in Durban, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town, just to name some obvious examples Swakopmund is a popular tourist attraction, loved for its international atmosphere, its charming beauty and its ease of living. Tourism is our major income source. Why would we allow greedy developers and uninformed, unreliable municipality officials to destroy that? If a developer wants to invest in a great sea view with a high-rise building, we have no objection to such a development on the outer edge of our town, where the sea views will be just as wonderful. This is not the time for apathy regarding this problem, as no doubt other opportunists will try for high-rise buildings in other central town areas and slowly but steadily, the attractiveness and appeal of our town will be lost. Ask yourself...would you like your home or business to be behind one of these buildings? We closed our petition once we had passed the total of two thousand signatures as we wanted it handed in before the yearend, but we are constantly asked for it to be re-opened as people become more aware of the consequences of this failure in common sense and honesty.
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Walvis Bay important to China’s future “Belt and Road” plans The completion of the port expansion project on reclaimed land in the port of Walvis Bay will pave the way for Namport to be the number one port authority in Africa, says the Chinese Ambassador to Namibia, Zhang Yiming (pictured left). Ambassador Yiming made this remark on Friday Walvis Bay as the most important deep-water port in the port of Walvis Bay at a quay side function on the Atlantic coast of South West Africa, but where Namport took delivery of four ship-to- would also play a pivotal role in the establishment shore cranes, manufactured in China. of a global logistics network on land and on sea Ambassador Yiming further said the expanded which China envisages as the “Belt and Road” port would not only enhance the inter- initiative. connectivity of Southern African economies with
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Court Walvis Bay Court 6 February 2018: Salvano Basson (23): found guilty of drunken driving (October 2016). Fined N$6000 or two years imprisonment. Driving license suspended for three months. Jesaya Shisande (46): appeared on a charge of failing to safeguard a firearm (May 2017). Matter postponed to 7 February for trial. Accused free on bail of N$2000. Quinton Angumeb (26): appeared on a charge of theft (April 2017). Matter postponed to 7 February. Accused remains in custody. Andreas Nangolo (21); Joseph Shikongo (27) and Kanisius Hangula (25): found guilty of fraud. Nangolo â€“ fined N$4000 or six months imprisonment; Shikongo fined N$1500 or three months imprisonment; Hangula fined N$10 000 or two years imprisonment. Case against fourth accused Andreas Iyambo (22) withdrawn. Alusius Skrywer (29): appeared on a charge of theft (August 2017). Matter postponed to 6 March. Accused free on a warning.
Silence Chiradza (30) and Simon Nashongo: appeared on charge of possession of suspected stolen property. (October 2017). Matter postponed to 7 August. Bail of N$10 000 and N$5 000 granted the accused remain in force. Joey Yon: appeared on charge of assault with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm (December 2017). Matter postponed to 2 August. Court record shows accused were granted bail of N$1000 but remains in custody. John Hendrick Johnson (30): appeared on a charge of theft of a motor vehicle (November 2017). Matter postponed to 6 March for accused to obtain legal aid. Accused in custody. Fillipus Nandeshifeni (28): case of theft against the accused transferred to the regional court. Next court appearance set for 13 February. Accused remains in custody. Liduleni Shivanda (19): appeared on charge of assault with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm. Matter postponed to 7 March. Bail of N$1500 granted.
Swakopmund Court Regional Court Naambo Wilhelmina David (27) appeared on charges of murder read with provisions of domestic violence act, act 4 of 2003 and concealment of birth. The matter was postponed to 23 February for legal aid. The accused is on bail of N$1500. Liona Natangwe Hakamba (37) appeared on a charge of rape. The accused is at large and a warrant of arrest was issued. Marchell Unaeb (25) and Miller Ariseb (25) appeared on charges of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft and robbery with aggravating circumstances. The matter was postponed to 20 August for plea and trial. The accused have been warned. Melar Ariseb (33), Boetie Gawanab (35) and Magdalena Noabes (32) appeared on charges of theft of a motor vehicle, assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and theft. The matter was postponed to 6 April for legal aid. Melar Ariseb is at large and a warrant for his arrest was issued, his coaccused have been warned. Riaan Duncan (23) appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to 6 April for legal aid. The accused remains in custody. Romanus Mandume Avelinus (21) appeared on charges of kidnapping and rape- unlawful carnal intercourse with a girl under the age of sixteen. The matter was postponed to 22 February for continuation of trial. The accused is on bail of N$2000. Michael Kauhona (36) appeared on charges of robbery, housebreaking with intent to commit the offence of robbery and possession of a fire-arm without a licence. The matter was postponed to 10 April for legal aid. The accused remains in custody. Magistrate Court Baldwin Uri-Khob (22) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 20 February because the docket was not at court. The accused is on bail of N$2000. Joas Doeseb (39) appeared on charges of dealing in dependence producing substance and possession of potentially dangerous dependence- producing drugs. The matter
was postponed to 5 March for lab results. The accused remains in custody. Oswald Modise (36) appeared on three counts of rape charges. The matter was postponed to 23 February for bail application. The accused remains in custody. Hendrick Reinhardt Fourie (59) appeared on five counts of rape charges. The matter was postponed to 14 May for prosecutor general's decision. The accused remains in custody. John Richard Beukes (50) appeared on a charge of reckless or negligent driving. The matter was postponed to 13 June for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Lukas Atanasium (37) appeared on a charge of theft of stock. The matter was postponed to 18 April for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$1000. Theresia Petrus (20) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The accused is at large and a warrant of arrest was issued. Samuel Newaka (34) appeared on a charge of malicious damage to property. The matter was postponed to 19 March because the docket was not at court. The accused is on bail of N$2000. Dawid Goa-Eiseb (31) appeared on a charge of murder. The matter was postponed to 8 April for further investigation. The accused is on bail of N$5000. Festus Shihepo (39) appeared on a charge of murder. The matter was postponed to 30 May for further investigation. The accused is on bail of N$2000. Victor Shambo (69) appeared on charges of culpable homicide and driving with an excessive blood-alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 30 May for further investigation. The accused is on bail of N$5000. Juuso Kambueshe (45) appeared on charges of fraud and theft. The matter will be heard at Katutura Magistrate court in Windhoek on 22 February. The accused is on bail of N$5000. Paulina Kapofi (29) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 19 March for legal aid. The accused remains in custody. Kosmos Kouyuni Sikongo (29) and Simon Kanyewa Sikongo (23) appeared on three counts of rape. The matter was postponed to
30 April for prosecutor general's decision. The accused remains in custody. Chimorenga Geingob (28) appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 6 March for legal aid. The accused is on bail of N$1000. Venaune Mutanga (36) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 14 May for plea and trail (final remand). The accused remains in custody. Johannes Shikongo (45) appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 15 March for legal aid. The accused is on bail. Omari Nzeymana (29) appeared on possession of cocaine. The matter was postponed to 24 April for lab results. The accused is on bail. Jacob Amakali (33) appeared on a charge of robbery with aggravating circumstances. The matter was postponed to 29 March for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Johannes Hauwanga (32) appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 19 March for legal aid. The accused remains in custody. Soloman Van Der Byk Winston (37) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 7 March for plea. The accused remains in custody.
Tamariskia residents are â€œno showâ€? at Nampol meeting Sharlien Tjambari
A scheduled meeting by members of the police with residents of Tamariskia in Swakopmund had to be postponed on Sunday, after not a single member of the public turned out for the event. The meeting, which was scheduled to take place at the Atlantic Junior Secondary School, was to inform residents of the situation with regard to crime in Tamariskia. Constable Kaujova, the community liaison officer at the Mondesa police station, is therefore [once again] calling upon all residents of Tamariskia to attend this very important and educative meeting, relating to information on common crimes in Tamariskia such as housebreaking, theft, domestic violence and other matters affecting the community. Due to the "no show" by the community on Sunday, 11 February the meeting is postponed to 22 February. The meeting will take place at 18:00 at the Atlantic Junior Secondary School hall. "I am pleading and urging everyone to please find time in their busy schedule to attend this very important meeting", said Kaujova. The lack of interest by the residents whenever NamPol calls on community members to attend this type of meetings is nothing new and sadly quite common. Residents turn a blind eye and do not see the benefits of such meetings. namib times representatives attending these meetings in the past has witnessed several of these meetings postponed as literally not a single member of the public were present. For more information regarding the meeting contact Constable Kaujova on 0812713720.
Mercedes SUV hits moving train in Swakopmund Nelson Mandela Road in Swakopmund was closed for traffic for about an hour yesterday morning [Monday 12 February] after a vehicle collided with a moving train. The accident occurred just before 6:00 at the railway crossing close to the Riteway service station. No injuries were reported. Details surrounding the incident remained sketchy, but eyewitness reports indicate that the driver of the SUV might have been at fault. Photo: West Coast Safety Initiative
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Water salute welcomes new ship-to-shore cranes
Two tugs of Namport in the port of Walvis Bay displayed an impressive water salute on Friday morning to celebrate the arrival of four ship-to-shore cranes for the new container terminal on reclaimed land. Also see more on page 1 and page 9 of todayâ€™s edition.
Mon 12 February High Tide: 01:56 Low Tide: 07:46 High Tide: 14:02 Low Tide: 20:05
Wed 14 February High Tide: 03:03 Low Tide: 08:54 High Tide: 15:09 Low Tide: 21:05
Tue 13 February High Tide: 02:32 Low Tide: 08:22 High Tide: 14:37 Low Tide: 20:36
Thu 15 February High Tide: 03:32 Low Tide: 09:24 High Tide: 15:39 Low Tide: 21:34
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Swakopmund Neighborhood Watch looks back at successful season of law enforcement Erwin Leuschner The Swakopmund Neighborhood Watch (SNW) is looking back on a successful holiday season with regard to law enforcement activities. Fewer incidents of crime were reported compared to the same time period the previous year.
“The season were busier than the previous one, but overall there were less drama. Yet, there were many cases of driving under the influence, remarked Dewald Swart of SNW. Right from the onset of the holiday season members of the neighborhood watch, in particular reservists, were active every day and night, patrolling the streets together with members of the police. “Visitors quickly realised there was a zero tolerance for criminal or unruly behavior, Swart explained. Of particular concern to the Neighborhood Watch was the so-called Klipjetty, which members had to patrol every night. The visibility of member of the Neighborhood Watch, coupled with their quick response proved successful: The culprits who robbed a tourist of her iPad on the beach were quickly apprehended and were very soon thereafter sentenced to a jail term by the court. Despite the holiday season now of the distant past, the Neighborhood Watch has still been very busy. “We noticed an increase
in cases of housebreaking again”, Swart said. Most of the cases were reported in the suburb of Ocean View. “We really encourage residents to install beams and turn their alarm systems on at night. It happens time again that residents, who do have alarms, do not activate it by night or when they leave their homes”, he said. As it has been the case in the past, burglars and thieves target houses which have windows with an aluminium frame. “The culprits can quickly remove the window by using a screwdriver. (Therefore, the need for burglar bars or electronic surveillance mechanisms like alarm systems and beams”, he said. In most cases the occupants only realise they were victim of a burglary the next day when they wake up. “The thieves usually target laptops, cash and cellphones. We also noticed they do not take iPhones anymore, as it can be traced”, he explained. Swart encourages residents to note down the “IMEI” code in their phones. With this code number the phone can be traced, even if a new SIM card has been inserted.
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The heavy load carrying vessel Zhen Hua 8 was received with huge fanfare in the port of Walvis Bay This morning, delivering four ship to shore cranes to Namport. It will now require a six week operation to unload the partly assembled cranes directly onto the quay of the new container terminal. Lynn Booysen Hopefully they didn't encounter any heavy seas - that looks soo top-heavy! Jan Soderlund Well, they made it to the final destination, so...
Matheus That's China, no way you can ignore them.... Festus D. Ruben Heavy duty kao thankx to P R C
Erongo Regional Councilor and former mayor of Swakopmund, Juuso Kambueshe, was granted bail of N$50 000 in the townâ€™s magistrates court yesterday afternoon, after making a first appearance on charges of fraud and theft Kambueshe is accused of fraud and theft by former business partners to the tune of N$5 million. Sitting in the public waiting area in the court's corridors before his appearance yesterday, Kambueshe declined to comment on any details. Ndafa Aish our former council, people we voted in power, i m speechless.
Anastasia Harases people we trust Jiaying Du it is too little Zuma Be strong bra
Swakopmund might soon receive a brand new tourist attraction, which will not only be unique to Namibia, but - according to the developer - to the entire continent The development of a 3D Museum (three-dimensional), on a property measuring 20 hectares has received a nod of approval from the Swakopmund Town Council. The application for the unique development was made to Council by the company Robotrino Investments, calling itself an "Agency for Communications". Peter Odendaal What absolute nonsense and wishful thinking this is obviously a ploy to get hold of a large piece of land for residential development...a 3D Theatre is a pipedream!...and that in Namibia nogal! Ian J Izaacs Ja dit maak nie sin. Ek dink ook dit gaan uit loop op n housing development move. Dit sal interesant wees om te weet die die betroke partye is en wat die koste gaan wees vir so iets. Waarom so min informasie gee. Ek ryk n rot!!! Georg Erb a well camouflaged property transaction. 20 000 square meters will yield about 20 residential erven. Can the town council really be serious? Could the public also be informed about the identity of the developer? Britt Biller Thats really exciting for everyone Peter Odendaal Ah Britt get real! Britt Biller Haha, Peter Odendaal have a great weekend Peter Strange I've been to the Museum in Swakopmund. Already looks pretty 3D to me..... Eloise Diergaardt Dylan Olivier Ludmilla Ann GroenewaldtKlazen Amanda LudmillaGroenewaldt Harriet-Ann Naftalie Moisel Isaacs..... onthou julle.... Dylan Olivier It will be awesome . . . Lourens Horn Nice Peter Odendaal What utter nonsense! Sterjos Swakop's sour grapes positive comments in 3,2,1... Peter Odendaal Not sour grapes - just reality! Terry Ndokosho Cool... didn't know our country could afford such things. David Botha It sounds like it would be located at the new hotel! Carlo Wilfred Izaaks Daai sal kwaai wees... Moro Leopoldt Mmmmm Olaff Marais 20 000 sqm = 2 hectares. 'Powell Petaya we see them too... Sylvia Siemens Great, wonderlik,
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The Chinese Ambassador Zhang Yiming (in the grey suit) proudly looks on as the ship with the cranes are tying up alongside. The terminal on reclaimed land is a turnkey project driven by China Harbour and Engineering Company (CHEC).
Kate Airey (OBE*) represented the British High Commission in Namibia to the function on Friday. Airey is the next British High Commissioner to Namibia and will follow up the current H.C., Jo Lomas. *Order of the British Empire.
The Deputy Minister of Transport Sankwasa James Sankwasa (middle) awaiting the arrival of the ship to shore cranes along with Namport CEO Mr. Bisey Uirab and Swakopmund Mayor Clr. Paulina Nashilundo.
Arrival of massive ship-to-shore cranes celebrated with a most enjoyable and interesting quay side ceremony.
Mr. Elzevir Gelderbloem, the port engineer who with his team of dedicated specialists has been seeing through this project from humble beginnings on paper more than a decade ago to the current countdown of the completion of the terminal towards the end of 2018.
Hafeni Ndemula (left), well known local politician and trade unionist seated with Mr. Bisey Uirab, the Chief Executive Officer of Namport.
Some Namport staff members with Mr. Festus Shilongo, the former regional commander of the Namibian Police in Erongo who is at the helm of Namportâ€™s security and risk management services.
The Mayor of Walvis Bay Aldermann Immanuel Wilfried seen at the function on Friday with some of the more than 300 guests who attended this historic event.
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Rössing Uranium appoints new Kambueshe on charge General Manager of Operations of fraud and theft: “I For the first time in 41 years of Rössing Uranium's operations, a female professional has been appointed as General Manager: Operations. Liezl Davies is holding the position since 1 February. This was announced by Managing Director Werner Duvenhage. Davies took over the position from Martin Tjipita who will be leaving Rössing to take up a senior executive role in the Namibian operations of an international company involved in the resources sector. Liezl, a born Namibian, studied Industrial Psychology, specializing in Human Resources Management. She started her career at TransNamib and then joined Namdeb and De Beers Marine in various human resource related areas. She focused on training and development, organizational effectiveness, performance management and strategic planning. Davies joined Rössing in July 2012 as Manager: Organizational Effectiveness and in 2013
became the Manager: Business Improvement. In August 2014, Davies was tasked to take up the role as Manager: Processing. She now led the plant and processing department, with the aim of developing optimal processing operational plans and guide safe, efficient operations. Davies moved on to become Manager: Productivity in October 2016 where she was responsible for overseeing the portfolio of improving work designs to maintain sustainable production. With over 20 years of experience in the mining industry, Davies is a person extremely passionate about making a difference and contributing to people's lives in a positive manner.
anticipated this” Erwin Leuschner
Erongo Regional Councillor Juuso Kambueshe was released on bail to the tune of N$50 000 on Thursday afternoon, after he appeared on charges of fraud and theft in the Swakopmund magistrates court. His next appearance is scheduled for 22 February in the Katutura Magistrates Court in Windhoek. A background and details of the charges brought against this high-ranking coastal politician remain vague. The charge sheet only contains the two counts as well as the transfer order for the matter to be moved to the Katutura magistrates court. Kambueshe appeared on a J50 warrant of arrest which was issued by a Windhoek Magistrates on 13 September 2017. According to the warrant of arrest, Kambueshe faces 21 charges of fraud and one count of theft, which he is alleged to have committed between November 2013 and November 2015. Kambueshe was still serving as mayor of Swakopmund during that time. After serving as mayor for three years, he moved up on the political ladder and since has been the Swakopmund constituency councilor for the Erongo Regional Council. The criminal charges stem from a civil matter between Kambueshe and his former business partners: Chinese nationals Cheng-Yuan Lee, Cheng Mei-Jane Lee, Tien-Po Huang and Hsiao-Yin Sung. It concerns a property deal at Swakopmund. The civil matter has been dragging on in the High Court of Namibia for several years already. According to a Judgement in the civil matter, the case revolves around a property (Erf 2827) measuring 10 000 square meters, located in Mondesa. Kambueshe is alleged to have sold his total member's interest to the above-mentioned Chinese businessmen for N$7.3 million. The amount was later reduced by an addendum to the sales contract. The Chinese allegedly paid an amount of about N$2.5 million as a 20% The transfer of the property never took place. In October 2017, a Judgment was delivered in the High Court of Namibia in which it was ordered Kambueshe repay the amount plus interest amounting to about N$5 million – [the same amount for which he is facing criminal charges]. "I anticipated this (…) I was made aware to either settle the civil matter in their (complainants) favor or face criminal charges. They have made good on that threat", Kambueshe said as he addressed the court on Thursday. He added that they (the Chinese businessmen) "extended threats to tarnish my name as I am a politician by career". Kambueshe did not have a lawyer present, but said he was "surprised" when bail was granted to the tune of N$50 000. "The high bail amount appears to be tantamount to a punishment (…) Even my salary doesn't even make up for that amount", he said. He requested Magistrate Jorina Jagger to reduce the bail amount. Jagger said a reduced bail amount cannot be addressed in the Swakopmund magistrates court, as it is under Windhoek's magisterial jurisdiction and can therefore only be addressed in Windhoek. "I cooperated fully and it appears that the State is punishing me for cooperating", Kambueshe replied. Adding: "I was under the impression that this is merely an investigation". The state was represented by prosecutor Tuaundamuje Katjiundu.
13 FEBRUARY 2018 NOTICE Please take note that Van Der Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties CC on behalf of the owner/s of Erf 328, Mondesa, herewith intend to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for the following:
REZONING OF ERF 328, MONDESA, FROM "SINGLE RESIDENTIAL" WITH A DENSITY O F 1 : 3 0 0 M Â² TO " L O C A L BUSINESS". Any person having any objection against such application should lodge their objection/s in writing within 14 days of the last publication to both the Chief Executive Officer of the Swakopmund Municipality and the applicant during normal business hours. Closing date for objections or comments is 6 March 2018. Applicant: v/d Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties cc Tel:081 122 4661/ 081 244 4441 Email: andrew.namfu@gm ail.com / firstname.lastname@example.org m, P O Box 1598, Swakopmund
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WALVIS BAY * Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday: Book Exchange at the Mission to Seafarers. All Welcome. * Every Tuesday: Blood clinic (NAMBTS) at Welwitschia Hospital next to indoor pool. *14 Feb: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 *24 Feb: Flea market at Haus der Jugend on behalf of Caring People with Disabilities * Sun. 25 Feb: Lagoon Park Family Market. Summer Vibes from 9am - 1pm. * 6 Maart: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by Five Fold Ministry. *21 March: MOTH Wreathlaying ceremony at Jakkalswater 11h00 * 3 April: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by Anglikaanser Kerk. *11 April: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 *28 April: Flea market at Haus der Jugend on behalf of Caring People with Disabilities *29 April: MOTH Wreathlaying ceremony at Trekkopje 11h00 * 1 Mei: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by Bethel Congregational Kerk. *9 Mei: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 5 Junie: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by Harvest Time Community. *13 Junie: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 3 Julie: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by Temple of Truth. *11 Julie: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 *15Julie: MOTH Wreathlaying ceremony at memoral at Usakos/Delville Wood 11h00 * 7 Aug: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by V.G.K. Kerk. *8Aug: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 Moth Congress venue to be confirmed * 4 Sep: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by St. Petrus Rooms Katolieke Kerk. *11 Sep: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 *22 Sep: MOTH Parade International Day of Peace 21st * 2 Okt: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by Maranatha Lutherse Kerk. * 5 -7 Oct: 9th Fish Eagle Rally at Walvis Bay – Sparta
United Club. *21 Okt: MOTH Parade at Shellhole Remembrance of Battle of El Alamien 11h00 * 6 Nov: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by Methodiste Kerk. *11 Nov: MOTH Rememberance Day Parade at Harriers Park Memorial *14Nov: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 4 Des: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur om 09:00 by Christen Gemeente. * Every Sunday Lunch - Potjiekos at MOTH CENTRE * Everyday Pub lunches available ************** SWAKOPMUND * Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous helpline 081 243 2649. * Bridge: The Swakopmund Bridge club meets every Monday evening at 19:00 at Lions Old Age Home. Contact: Ed Barbour 064-405 604. “The Swakopmund Rotary Club: Meets every Tuesday evening from 17:45 in the conference room of the Hotel Deutsches Haus. Contact 081 645 0888. * “The Swakopmund Lions Club: meets every 3rd Thursday of the month from 17:30 in the Lions/Den c/o Rhode Allee and Lüdritz Street. Contact: 081 205 6162/081 335 8899. * Swakopmund Toastmasters: Meet every first and third Monday of the month at the Europa Hof Hotel, Bismarck Str 39, Swakopmund, Namibia from 19:00 - 20:30. *9 Feb: Arts Association presents “Handauf Herz”. Hanjo Böhlke Aula,Namib High School. Chansons, Geschichten und Gedichte aus aller Welt. Gesang: Jana Kühn, Bajan: Anton Kryukov Tickets at the door: N$100, children N$50 *10 Feb: Rössing Marathon National Championship at Vineta North Sports Field, Swakopmund. *************** ART EXHIBITIONS * Every Saturday: Open Air Arts Exhibition at the Mole next to tennis courts in Swakopmund. Oil paintings - weather permitting. * Permanent Collection: Woermann Haus Gallery in Bismarck Street. Fine collection of the Swakopmund Arts Association’s “South West Masters’’ and contemporary Namibian art works. Open Mondays to Saturdays 10:00 - 12:00 and 15:00 - 17:00.
Get your life back Alcoholics Anonymous meets every Monday and Thursday at 18:30 at the Roman Catholic Church, Swakopmund Al Anon meetings for the family of alcoholics are run at the same time.
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PROPERTY TIMES TO RENT: Tamariskia Swakopmund 3 bedroom house, garage, BIC, burglar bars, bathroom, open plan sitting room & dining room. W/E excl. N$ 7 500.00 p/m Plus deposit Payable in two months Immediately available. Contact: 081 147 7969 Accommodation @ Arandis looking for 6 Nimt students to rent a House N$ 1500 per student pm. Parents Please Contact 081 422 4843 To Rent Mile 4 Swakop Star Fish str 15 A luxury House available for Rent. It is 50 meter from the sea N$9,000.00 pm water and electricity included. Deposit required, Please contact Ben +264 812 461 254 or +264 811 240 396 Flat Rental; Mile4 Swakop Starfish Street N$5000 for the Flat, water and electricity included. a Month deposit required. Contact Ben +264 812 461 254 or erastus +264 811 240 396 To Let Swakopmund Warehouse / Workshop with alarm 135m² Tel 064 463 224 TO RENT/SELL: Warehouse to lease / sell 760 m² Walvis Bay Industrial Area, With office & ablutions 640 m² yard area Please contact: Chris: 081 128 0678 Office Space To Rent in Swakopmund New Industrial area Contact : 064 275 402 Cel 081 151 5953 price : N$3000 including Water & electricity To Let: SWAKOPMUND TOWN: 2x 2 bedroom apartments, furnished, 1 garage, to rent for N$ 7000 – 8500 excl. water and electricity. Phone Birgit 081-275 7827 Bachelor Flat to Rent Swakopmund Phone after 5 o°clock 064 462 038 To Rent Swakopmund: Vineta- Ext15, 2bedroom free-standing house, single garage, 2 bathrooms, interlocked, pets-friendly and with BICs available for rent, price N$8 800 G4S account included. Call 081 124 5325 / 081 572 9029
TO LET - SWAKOPMUND CENTRAL N$ 7700 – 1 bed, 1 bath, basement parking, Basic Furniture, water incl, imm avail N$ 8000 – 2bed, 1 full bath, guest toilet, openplan Kitchen/lounge, tandem garage with balcony, imm avail N$ 8500 – 3 bed flat, 2 bath, double garage 3rd floor, avail 1st of Apr 18 N$ 10 000 – Furnished, 2 bed, 2 bath, 1 garage, Imm avail N$ 16 500 – 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 3 Garages, ground floor, sea view flat VINETA N$ 13 500 – 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Garage, alarm, imm available N$ 15 500 – 3 bed, 2 bath, double garage, kitchen/lounge/dining, entertainment area + 2 bed flat with a garage, avail 1st Apr 18 N$ 13 200 – 3 bed house, 2 bath, kitchen, lounge, dining, double garage, PLUS 1 bed flat with garage, and bachelor flat, avail 20th of Feb 18 MILE 4 N$ 9 200 - Fully furnished, 2 bed, 2 bath, open-plan kitchen/lounge, single garage, avail 1st March 18 N$ 12 500 – 3 bed, 3 bath, double garage, Basic furniture imm avail N$ 12 500 – Spacious 4 bed, 2 bath town house with double garage, imm avail N$ 15 500 – 3 bed, 2 ½ bath, kitchen, lounge dining, TV room, study and laundry, indoor BBQ, Tandem garage, basic furniture, imm avail Call Lucille on 081 169 6216 or Erika on 081 158 3464 or 064 464 033 TO RENT: Kuisebmond 2 bedroom flat with open plan kitchen, with bic and lounge. N$ 4 200.00 p/m Water incl. Pre paid electricity. Contact: 081 268 8086 Swakopmund Tamariskia flat to rent (Erf 272, Copper Street): Two bedroom flat:N$6000.00 water included and N$6700.00 water and garage included. Contact: 081 159 8755 /
OCEAN VIEW Townhouses: N$ 11 000- 3 bed, 2 bath, indoor BBQ double garage Houses: N$ 11 800 – 3bed, 2 bath, double garage, Indoor BBQ, avail 1st of March 18 N$ 19 000 – Furnished,3 bed, 2 bath, double garage, open-plan kitchen/lounge, scullery& indoor BBQ, Imm avail HAGE HEIGHTS N$ 11 000 - 3 bed, 2 bath, double garage, imm avail MONDESA N$ 6400 – 3 bed, 1 bath, no garage imm avail N$ 7150 – 3 bed, 1 bath, no garage, imm avail N$ 7150 – 3 bed, 1 bath, no garage, avail 1st March 18 INDUSTRIAL OFFICES: N$ 7 100 – 95m² office space on 1st floor, imm avail N$ 9 900 – 155m² office space on 2nd floor, imm avail N$ 22 000 – Large office space to rent, Excl VAT, WAREHOUSES Warehouses available priced from N$ 12 500 to N$ 15 600.00 COMMERCIAL N$ 9 200 – VAT incl Office space on 1st floor CBD, with Reception and 2x offices LONG BEACH N$ 7 300 – 2 bed, 2 bath, open-plan kitchen/ lounge with balcony & BBQ, single garage, Furnished, imm avail N$ 7700 – 3 bed, 2bath, double garage, openplan kitchen/lounge/dining, indoor BBQ, avail 1st of March 18 ARANDIS N$ 1800 – Bachelor flat with bathroom, no garage, imm avail N$ 3750 – 2 bed, 1 bath no garage, flat, imm avail N$ 3815 – 2 bed, 1 bath, no garage, avail imm N$ 3850 – 2 bed, 1bath, house no garage, imm avail Call Lucille on 081 169 6216 or Erika on 081 158 3464 or 064 464 033
TO RENT: Walvis Bay Industrial Area Syncrolift 2nd Street East Office space available. Contact: 081 124 3904 Langstrand – To Let. Fully furnished 3bedroom apartment, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen and lounge. Double garage and balcony with braai and sea view. Water included in rent. Prepaid Electricity. Unfortunately no pets. N$ 8500/month. Available immediately. Contact 081 256 7472. TO RENT: Rooms to rent including W/E 1 bedroom with bathroom, lounge and inside braai N$4000 2 bedroom, BIC, sharing toilet and kitchen: room 1 N$2100 room 2 N$2500 Upstairs room with bathroom 3000 Situated in Hermis Contact 0818323556 TO RENT: Narraville 2 bedroom flat each bedroom with its own toilet and shower N$ 5 750.00 p/m kitchen / sitting room. W/E incl. Available immediately Deposit N$ 3 000.00 Contact: 081 423 6000 TO RENT: 1 bedroom flat, small kitchen, shower & toilet with hot water, burglar bars, fully tiled. For a single person. Immediately available. N$ 2 500.00 p/m W/E incl. Deposit N$ 1 000.00 payable in 2 months. Contact: 081 240 9800
To let: Walvis Bay Central 2 bedr. apartment with 2 en-suite bathr., open plan lounge/dining area/kitchen. Automated garage. W&E excl. Available immediately Price: N$ 6 500-00 Call: +264 81 286 5248 WANTED: Pensioner lady with 2 small dogs is looking for 2/3 bedroom accommodation in Swakopmund Double garage. Contact: 081 124 4555 Business for sale: WALVIS BAY restaurant and coffee shop in town centre for sale; SWAKOPMUND restaurant and retail business for sale in town centre. Phone Birgit 081 275 7827
FOR SALE Narraville, Walvis Bay N$ 1 375 000.00 * 4-Bed, 2-bath House * Beautiful Kitchen with BIS & BIC * Dining area, Lounge * Entertainment area with Indoor BBQ * Double Garage, Erf size: 858m² * Pre-approved plans available for 4 flats Contact: Emily - 081 293 0335 SWAKOPMUND - TO LET MILE 4 DUPLEX3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS, NEAR SEA, GARAGE, BRAAI, N$7500pm LANGSTRAND – COSY BACHELOR, FURN, NO PETS, GARAGE, N$4500pm TOWN CENTER – 2 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS, GARAGE, COSY, WARM AND SAFE N$8000pm CBD – BUSINNESS OFFICE 100 m² WITH 2 BEDROOM FLAT ON TOP (must see) N$ 17500 pm VINETA – FURN, HOUSE, 3 BEDROOM, 2 GARAGE, NEAR MALL, ALARM, BEAMS N$14000pm FOR SALE TAMARISKIA : DOLPHIN VILLAGE 2 BEDROOM, BATHROOM, GARAGE, YARD ND 925,000 SWAKOPMUND – 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT, 1 BATH ROOM, GARAGE ND 1.2 mil VOGELSTRAND- 3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH, 2 GARAGE, BIG YARD, TOWN HOUSE, (MUST) ND 2.3 mil JP VAN DER WALT 081 127 2736 ZEE 081 265 6363 CAPRICORN ESTATES
HOUSE FOR SALE!! Ocean View close to Spar. Only N$ 1 920 000.00. 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 owner at 081 487 1960
Malakia Properties MAHETAGO Sectional Title 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Kitchen bic with stove Lounge and Garage N$685 000.00 JABULANI 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Kitchen, Lounge Plus Bachelor Flat N$870 000.00 ARANDIS 2bedrooms,bathroom Kitchen, Lounge Plus 2Bachelor Flats With 2bedrooms, each N$550 000.00 TAMARISKIA PLOTS FOR SALE N$480 000.00 Malakia Office 064-406783 Cell: 081 297 7253 Email:malakiaproperties @yahoo.com
TAMARISKIA VACANT ERF 375m² @ N$ 374 000-00 ROSALIN 081 412 4246 Malakia Properties TO LET MONDESA Inside rooms from N$ 1500.00 –N$2200.00 JABULANI Flat: 1bedroom,bathroom and kitchen N$3300.00 W/L Inclusive OLWETWENI 3bedrooms,2bathrooms Kitchen, Lounge and single Garage N$5500.00 W/L Excl Avible on 1/ 3/2018 OLWETWENI 2bedrooms,bathroom Kitchen, Lounge, single Garage Alarm system N$5500.00 W/L Excl Avble 1/3/2018 MAHETAGO 3bedrooms, 2bathrooms Kitchen, Lounge N$5200.00 W/L Excl Avble 1/3/2018 MONDESA 3bedrooms, bathroom Kitchen, Lounge and single Garage N$5500.00 W/L Excl NARRAVILLE FLAT 1bedroom, openplan kitchen and bathroom parking area N$3000.00 W/INCL All Dep-required Office 064-406783 Cell: 081 297 7253 Property for sale, Meersig Walvis Bay Size 1449m² with buildup structure, Good location. Erf 4507 W, Price +2000/N$/m² Inclusive rezoning;1:300 Thebe 081 215 8919 ERVEN FOR SALE Swakopmund Mile 4 (extension 1) Measuring approximately 932 m². A street away from the sea. Price N$980 000. Call 081 763 6333
Mays Trading CC For Sale Walvis Bay, Narraville N$ 880 000 3bedrooms with BIC 1bathroom, kitchen , lounge, built in braai ,boundary walls. Plus Flat with extra income of N$ 2 500.00 erf size 504m² Narraville, N$1,350 million Very neat, well located,4 bedrooms ,3 bathrooms ,fitted kitchen, lounge, tv room with indoor braai ,double garage. Interlocked, alarm system ,boundary walls. Walvis Bay, N$2,6 Million Well Located. Next to business property ,ideal to rezone into business. 3 bedrooms. lounge, diningroom, bathroom, kitchen, garage. Spacious property. Erf Sizes1251m² Walvis Bay, Kuisebmond, N$ 990 000 Great investment 2bedroom house with kitchen and bathroom. Plus 1 spacious bedroom Plus 1 bedroom flat with onsuit. Plus one bedroom flat. Plus outside toilet and shower. Plus garage Total rental income N$ 8 700.00 p/m Tenants in place Narraville, N$730 000 Residential corner erf for sale Erf size 882m² Walvis Bay Industrial Property, N$4 Million Industrial Erf size-3651 m² Walvis Bay Industrial Property, N$9.5million Erf size- 4200m² high boundary walls and office on the erf. Walvis Bay, Narraville, N$ 1,850 Million Spacious ,beautiful ,double storey house, Spacious main bedroom upstairs with onsuit ,walk-in-closet and balcony, Ground floor 2 spacious bedrooms with built-in-cupboards,1full bathroom, spacious open plan lounge and dining room area with fitted kitchen with island in centre and wash room. Tv room/or extra bedroom. double remote garage and swimming pool .Very neat house with blinds ,high walls, interlocks Walvis Bay, Narraville ,N$1,870 Million 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan fitted kitchen ,lounge ,entertainment area with built-in bbq. Tandem garage. Plus 2 x 2 bedroom flats with one single garage (income N$5500/flat) Plus 1 x1 bedroom flat (N$3000) Erf size 797m² Narraville, Walvis Bay, N$ 2.6 Million Lovely spacious ,neat as a pin, family home for sale, 4 bedroom house, 3 bathrooms ,lounge, dining room, spacious fitted kitchen with built-in-cupboards and fridge and dishwasher and 2x tandem garages and a beautiful garden. Indoor swimming pool, interlocked and outside braai. Safe en secure ,high boundary walls , well located near to schools and many more extras. We are urgently looking for houses and properties to sell. Contact Tracey 081 302 3806 Mounien:081 860 1938 maystradingwb@gmail. com
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DEATH NOTICES God saw him getting tired, and a cure was not to be. So He put His arms around him and whispered, “Come to Me.”
GERALD BLANKENBERG With tearful eyes we watched him suffer, and saw him slowly fade away. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands put to rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best.
FROM: ZENODENE, ANGELO & ANGIE
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Bank Windhoek Indoor 2018 Summer Squash Hockey League resumes League Contributed
The Bank Windhoek National Indoor Hockey League started this past weekend in Windhoek with games in the first and second divisions for both the men and women teams. development league," said Namibia Hockey In the women's first league, the Masters Union's President, Marc Nel. defeated United 2-1. The Angels, an offshoot Games will be played in three different men's team from Saints, won 2-0 against BDO and women's leagues, namely Premier, First Wanderers. In the main game of the day, and Second. Another first is the introduction of Saints defeated Windhoek Old Boys Sports a Masters Men's division where six teams of Club (WOBSC) 12-0. In the women's second players 32 years and older, will play against division, Saints defeated Gurus 5-0. each other. This fixture will be announced later In the men's first division, current champions in the season. Gurus narrowly outpaced WOBSC and The Bank Windhoek Premier League will eventually won 5-3. In the second division commence after the end of the International Gurus and WOBSC Young Guns drew 2-2. Hockey Federation's (FIH) Hockey Indoor The last game of the weekend saw Saints World Cup, which is currently taking place in exhaust newcomer's 062-OKH with a 4-0 Berlin, Germany. The games will be played at score line. DTS, Wanderers, The Dome in Swakopmund Exciting season ahead and the Indoor Sports Hall in Walvis Bay. A total number of 55 teams from 13 different The next games are scheduled to take place this clubs have confirmed their participation in coming weekend at Wanderersand the Indoor the upcoming season. Sports Hall in Walvis Bay. "This is slightly more than a 10 per cent For more information regarding the Bank growth from last year. We are proud to Windhoek Indoor Hockey League fixtures, announce that, for the first time, we have a please contact Ruan Oosthuizen at team from Okahandja participating. It is a 081 323 8484 or send an email to new club which consists of players from the firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2018 Summer Squash League commenced on the 31st January. The rule is that players will play continuously for 20 minutes and the player that accumulates the highest score is the winner. Just a reminder, 20 minutes does not sound like much, but believe you me on the squash court it takes like forever. Last week's results was held up due to some unforeseen or should that rather be foreseen circumstances. The results for the first and second rounds are as follows:Wednesday, 31st January. Group A Angelo Titus beat Michael Stauder 36-30. Leslie Bosman beat Joshua Wood 40-30. Brandon Grane beat Arno Kok 42-32. Wilko Aschborn beat Danie Greef – W/O. Group B Trevor Heath beat Ettienne Beukes 38-37. Jorn Wormsbacher beat Richard van der Meer 44-42. Ryan Gruhn beat Werner van Riet 50-29. Gerard Hough beat Robert Schaaf 35-29. Group C Eric Mans beat Christo van Wyk 40-28. Christopher Hill beat Craig Hearn 39-30. Johann van der Merwe beat Chelsea de Gouveia 36-29. Bykes Muashekele beat Oscar Fernandez 36-30. Michael Truter beat Carla Cummings – W/O. Group D Charlton Brussel beat William Lottering 36-27. Ricardo von Stein beat Doyle de Haas 39-33. Lindsay Lottering drew with Liandro Martins 38-38. Jaco de Jager beat Reinette Mentz 53-26. Diana Meyer beat Stefan Swartz 61-28. Group E Alan Hartungbt Victor Rigby 46-40. Anna Maria Venter beat Lindi Dreyer 47-36. JC Platt beat Zeenad Martins 51-33. Charmaine Kandombo beat Kirsten Wolhuter 64-35. Rory O'Sullivan beat Aljanedro Dick 44-38. Jakkie Nel beat Estelle Bothma – W/O. Group F Rozario September beat Deborah Wood 38-9. Jacoline van der Merwe beat Eunice Platt 49-23. Frans Beukes beat Heibri-Ann Hartung 54-27. ElniseLandsberg beat Nelson Shikukwete 49-46. Christina Beukes beat Tiaan van der Westhuizen 56-34. Wednesday, 7th February. Group A Brandon Grane beat Joshua Wood 43-30. Angelo Titus beat Arno Kok 34-33. Leslie Bosman beat George Bekker 46-22. Imanuel Amorongo beat Cecil Humphries – W/O. Michael Stauder beat Wilko Aschenborn – W/O. Wynand Labuschagne beat DanieGreeff – W/O. Group B Drikus Zwart beat Ryan Gruhn 32-31. Robert Schaaf beat Ettienne Beukes 42-30. Wynand Breytenbach beat Ze de Britto 40-37. Werner van Riet beat Richard van der Meer 47-45. Gerard Hough beat JornWormsbacher 47-28. Trevor Heath beat Chantel de Gouveia – W/O. Group C Johann van der Merwe beat Bykes Muashekele 38-32. Craig Hearn beat Chelsea de Gouveia 40-27. Christopher Hill beat Christo van Wyk 67-32. Eric Mans beat Carla Cummings 37-33. Oscar Fernandez beat Ricku Mans 41-30. Michael Truter beat Floris Steenkamp – W/O. Group D Reinette Mentz beat Diana Meyer 39-29. Jaco de Jager beat Lindsay Lottering 50-29. Liandro Martins beat Kobus Oelofse 53-27. Doyle de Haas beat Patrick Quinn 42-41. Stefan Swartz beat William Lottering 50-30. Ricardo von Stein beat Charlton Brussel – W/O. Group E Aljanedro Dick beat Kirsten Wolhuter 46-36. Jakkie Nel beat Charmaine Kandombo 46-37. Zeenad Martins beat Estelle Bothma 60-36. JC Platt beat Anna Maria Venter 48-37. Alan Hartung beat Lindi Dreyer 57-35. Victor Rigby drew with Rory O'Sullivan 41-41. Group F Christina Beukes beat Nelson Shikukwete 65-22. Heibri-Ann Hartung beat ElniseLandsberg 45-41. Frans Beukes beat Eunice Platt 52-18. Zola Nel beat Tiaan van der Westhuizen 54-50. Anet Bosman beat Rozario September 47-40. Jacoline van der Merwe beat Deborah Wood – W/O. A gentle reminder that Group B will be playing this week's round at Buccaneers Squash Court on Tuesday 13th, the others can fix to have some Hearty games on Wednesday 14th.
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Namibia bags 9th position in World Cup THE Sea flower Namibian women's hockey team finished ninth from twelve countries at the 2018 Women's Indoor Hockey World Cup. The Cup concluded on Sunday in Berlin, Germany. In 2011 the Namibian team ended in tenth place. bian ladies 12-0. The Namibian team a 5-0 lead at break. Namibia got its first played six warm-up With the start of the matches in Germany second half, Kiana- point on the log with a in the run-up to the Che Cormack score 3-3 drew against AusCup of which they her first and the first tralia. The 16-year-old won three, lost two goal for Namibia. She Cormack was at it and one draw. followed it up with a again and scored a hattrick goal. Namibia were drawn second goal. in group B, Germany Marcia Venter also Maggy Mengo, Jocelle (number 2 on the scored, but her goal Deysel and Gillian world rank), Czech was disallowed for an Hermanus were doing superb work in the Republic (3rd), infringement. Ukraine (7th), AusThe Namibians con- defence and the Namitralia (8th) and cluded the game with a bian goalkeeper Petro Russia (17th). 6-2 defeat to the Czech Stofberg carried out exceptional saves. The first day was a Republic. nightmare for the With the players still a In the fourth game, the Namibian ladies, as bit nervous and the Namibian women kept they lost their opethrashing of the first their hopes alive of ning game against game still fresh in their reaching the quarterCzech Republic. minds, they played finals with a wonderThey got off to a poor their second game ful 3-2 victory against start and conceded against the newly the Ukraine. This time the first goal within crowned European it was Gillian Herthe first two minutes Champions, Germa- manus that scored two of the game. ny. The German ladies goals and Kiana - Che Czech Republic had demolished the Nami- Cormack scored one.
In the defence, Jocelle Deysel and Dure Boshoff and Maggy Mengo were brilliant for Namibia whilst Petro Stoffberg again kept up the pace with some truly fine diving saves. In their last pool game, the Namibians’ dream to qualifying for the quarter-finals came to an abrupt end. They drew the game 5-5 against Russia. The Namibians had to win the game to qualify, but the Russians were the better team on the field to force a draw. The goals for Namibia were scored in this game by Gillian Her-
manus 1, Kiana - Che Cormack 3, and Maggie Mengo 1. The Namibian keeper Petro Stoffberg was the star for the Namibians, as even in this game she kept the momentum going again achieving some spectacular saves. Then came the pos i t i o n a l p l a y - o ff s against the USA. The Namibian ladies produced an exceptional performance and beat the United States on a penalty shootout to claim the ninth position at this Indoor Hockey World Cup. The United States had a 3-1 lead at halftime,
but Namibia fought back to take a 5-3 lead. Maggy Mengo and Kiana Che Cormack scored two goals each and Dure Boshoff one goal. With four minutes to go, the USA struck back with two goals to force the game into a penalty shootout. The Namibian keeper Petro Stoffberg held her nerve and saved three of the shots by the USA. The shot by Gillian Hermanus was saved, but Kiana Che Cormack scored to give Namibia a 1-0 win, victory and the ninth overall position at the World Cup.
The Namibian team played 6 games: won 2; drew 2 and lost 2. Cormack, who now only made her World Cup début, achieved the honours of top goal scorer (9 goals). She shared the honour with another country’s top goal scorer. Host Germany beat the number one team in the world, Netherland 2-1 to won the World Cup.
Donation for Blue Waters Sport Club appreciated Shafa Shitatu from Shafa's Trading Enterprises on Wednesday handed T-shirts and caps to Blue Waters Sport Club. The hand over took place at the office of the football club in Walvis Bay. Shitatu at the handing over said the sponsorship is part of his business’s social responsibility drive and promised there are more to come. He had the message for both the club’s players and supporters. In his vote of appreciation, Tostao Imbili the manager of Blue Waters Sport Club applauded the management of Shafa's Trading Enterprises for the donation He reiterated the importance of the private sector to keep the momentum for Namibian sport by being involved in sponsorships. On the picture: the Manager of Blue Waters, Tostao Imbili, and Shafa Shitatu from Shafa's Trading Enterprises.
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