SERVING THE COASTAL COMMUNITY SINCE 1958 NO 6703 TUESDAY 14 NOVEMBER 2017 Tel: +264 64 - 205854 / +264 64 - 461866 /Fax: +264 64 - 204813 / 064 - 461824 / Website: www.namibtimes.net
Confusion at consultation on proposed increase of fishing permits Erwin Leuschner
The consultation on the new levy structure for subsistence, recreational and sport fishing on Friday in Swakopmund was marred by confusion. About 50 stakeholders from various sectors attended the meeting, hosted by the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources.
Swakopmunds first highrise
The meeting was advertised by the ministry with the aim of inviting all stakeholders for a consultative meeting regarding the newly gazetted recreational fishing levies, which made provision for the increase to N$1 500 per angling permit per month. The new levy came into force in June, but after widespread public outcry was temporarily suspended. Currently the old levies of N$14 per month or N$168 per annum are still in-force. Many participants at the meeting were requested to hand in written presentations, but were not aware of that beforehand as it was not advertised. Stakeholders were subsequently invited to hand in written proposals at the ministry. Furthermore, after the speech of fisheries minister
Bernhard Esau (absent) was read out by Deputy Permanent Secretary Ueritjiua Kauaria, the media was requested to leave and not re-cord the input. "I have suspended implementation of this levy to allow for stakeholder consultations, because I value the input of stakeholders on all matters that they are required to comply with", Esau's speech reads. "The recreational levies were introduced in good faith, after a comprehensive and consultative study that was done by the Ministry in 2009 on instructions of Cabinet, and that covered all fees and levies in the marine fishing sector." According to the minister the levies should not be confused with payment of taxes, or other fees such as quota fees. The charging of levies is a "cost-reco-
very" measure to facilitate service delivery on specific items such as recreational fishing. "Recreational levies are allowed in order to recover costs associated with personnel involved issuing recreational licenses, inspectors checking on recreational fishers at the beaches, and inspectors checking dailybay limits at roadblocks." According to Kauaria similar consultations on recreational levies will also be held in LĂźderitz and Windhoek within the next four weeks. Some of the proposals presented during the meeting included a staggered increase of the price of a fishing permit (currently N$14) inline with inflation or introduce different fishing permits for different types of fishing (a specific permit crayfish harvesting for instance).
Stock theft Gabriela Teleman and Founding President Sam Nujoma during the inauguration ceremony of St Raphael Health Recovery Clinic. Read full report on Page 2.
Hit and run suspects still at large Piquet Jacobs
The Namibian Police are still searching for the three drivers connected to the death by hit and run of Walvis Bay resident John Robinson (38) at Langstrand on Saturday morning. A case of culpable homicide and failure to ascertain the extend of injuries or damages sustained and to render necessary assistance are being investigated after a 'hit and run' incident in the early hours of Saturday morning at Langstrand. Continues on Page 2
Brave Warriors Man dies in accident in port victory Piquet Jacobs of Walvis Bay A case of culpable homicide has been opened after the death of a Namport employee, Sackeus Amulungu (53), after an accident in the port of Walvis Bay on Wednesday morning. Amulungu was reportedly directing a truck and a reach-stacker (large forklift) simultaneously when he was hit by the forklift, causing him to fall. In the process the forklift drove over his legs. Continues on Page 2
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Hit and run suspects still at large Continued from Page 1
It is alleged that between 03:30 and 04:00 Robinson, who was walking along the B2, was struck by a small white pick-up, and then by two sedan vehicles. All three of these drivers, who were travelling from Swakopmund to Walvis Bay, had apparently stopped at the scene, but after realising that they had driven over and killed a person fled the scene. A road user travelling from Swakopmund eventually came across Robinson's body and contacted the Police. According to family members, Robinson, his two sisters and his two daughters were visiting family at Langstrand when Robinson decided to walk to the main road to hitch a ride back to Walvis Bay. The three drivers or their passengers are requested to urgently contact Dep. Comm. Iikuyu at 081 246 4757 or the following detectives: Det. Insp. Gurirab at 081 318 2181; Det. Warrant Officer Nghiteeka at 081 268 9687 or Sergeant Kapunda at 081 447 5454 in order to obtain their explanations to solve the matter and provide the family with closure.
Man dies in accident in port of Walvis Bay Continued from Page 1
He was rushed to the Welwitschia Private Hospital where he received medical treatment for the serious injuries he sustained. Although Amulungu received the best medical treatment possible under circumstances, he died on Saturday morning. "It is very unfortunate losing an employee. We send the family our con-dolences and think of them in this difficult time. From our side, we will be investigating the matter thoroughly and learn from this terrible incident to prevent similar accidents from happening", said Namport CEO, Bisey /Uirab in the aftermath of this tragedy.
Dr Nujoma cuts the ribbon at new recovery clinic Piquet Jacobs Founding President Sam Shafiishuna Nujoma inaugurated the newly constructed St Raphael Health Recovery Clinic, which is owned by the well-known Gabriela Teleman of the St Gabriel Community Ambulance Trust. Teleman, who has been operating St Gabriel Community Ambulance Trust for the past 13 years at the coast, had her dream come true to open the health clinic with the financial help of local businessman, Chico Gomes. The clinic provides health services for a range of conditions such as drug- and alcohol addiction, uncontrolled diabetes, mental health deterioration and rehabilitation for accident victims. The clinic is fully operational and equipped with top of the range medical technology and 13 beds. The clinic is staffed by 14 nurses. The clinic is open for anyone and everyone, regardless of financial status. Dr. Nujoma applauded Teleman's initiative and for providing the coastal community with quality health services. "Walvis Bay has become my home and my family, and without my family I could not have made this possible. I have always believed to not ask what my country can do for me, but rather I ask myself what I can do for our country," Teleman stated at the event, echoing the words of John F. Kennedy.
Environmental committee introduces â€œbag for lifeâ€?to the community of Swakopmund Sharlien Tjambari
This past Saturday the newly established environmental committee, approved by the Swakopmund Municipal Council, hosted an awareness campaign at Vineta Woermann Brock and at the Shoprite Shopping centre. The campaign is aimed at introducing a new shopping bag called "the bag for life". The Environmental Committee consists of representatives from various organisations including the Municipality of Swakopmund, the Otto Herrigel Trust, NACOMA Project, Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Ministry of Environment and Tourism and a representative for local retailers. According to the Environmental Officer at the Swakopmund Municipality's Health Department, Paulina Engelbrecht, the environmental committee is responsible for the development and implementation of the so-called Plastic Bag By-law. Other duties include consultations with the retailers and the general public, as well as conducting awareness campaigns about the environmental and health effects of plastic bags. They also wish to encourage the community to use less plastic bags and instead use the "bag for life". The "bags for life" were distributed at Vineta Woermann Brock and the Shoprite Shopping Centre in town. Some were also distributed at the Mondesa Woermann Brock and the DRC informal settlement. The UNAM Environmental Society of the Henties Bay UNAM campus played a role in creating awareness about the effects of plastic bags. During the awareness campaign, viewers had to dance to win the bag of life. Most of the kids dancing received a cool drink. They were excited to be part of the campaign. The campaign lasted for about an hour at each venue. The Environmental Society will be assisting the Environmental Committee with awareness raising. "Next year we are looking into organising role plays at our local schools. Although we are still in the process of developing the by-law, we felt that we want to encourage residents to use less plastic bags, especially now with the festive season approaching", said Engelbrecht.
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Swakopmund’s first high-rise building at the Mole Erwin Leuschner The new development on the old municipal swimming pool erf at the Mole received generally positive reviews when it was presented to the public on Friday at the Swakopmund municipality. "Sur la Plage" will include the first high-rise building to be constructed in the coastal town. The development "Sur la Plage" will consist of three buildings, revealed Dr Jacko Koen, Managing Director of the developer Jimmey Construction. Koen added although the development is presented as part of a public scoping exercise, it has not yet been approved by the Aesthetics Committee. According to Koen the main building to be constructed is located on the sea front of the erf and will feature ten stories (height of close to 40 meters). The two remaining buildings, known as the North Block and South Block, will be constructed behind the main building on the eastern side of the property. Each will feature eight stories (height of close to 30 meters). Below the ground level, the developer envisages a parking garage. The ground floor of the development will house public amenities, including public restrooms, ablution facilities, an ice cream shop and three restaurants. Jimmey Construction will also beautify and modernise the current play park, located between the erf and the museum. The main building constructed on the eastern side will feature apartments, catering for various aspects of the market. There will be one-bedroom studio apartments on offer as well as bigger units and penthouse apartments on the top floor. The South Block will include a hotel component and more apartments. Should all approvals be granted, the construction of "Sur la Plage" might commence as soon as the first quarter of 2018. "This is only a proposal of the development. The plans still need to be approved", Koen reiterated. Adding during construction between 500 and 600 temporary jobs will be created. The first design of "Sur la Plage", which was presented to the public in 2015, was initially designed by architect Deidre de Waal. The new design was drawn up by H&C Architects. During Friday's scoping exercise the development received generally positive reviews. Some residents commented that such a development will enhance Swakopmund and is something long overdue. Others commented on the size and height of the buildings, which would change the image of the town forever. The new Town Planning Amendment Scheme No. 12, which was approved by Town Council in September 2016, makes provision for high-rise buildings. Where in the past developers were not allowed to build structures exceeding 13 meters in height (16 meters with additional consent from Council), this has been amended to 40 meters. ·namib times understands that the scheme has not yet been approved by the line minister.
Krylov’s “recruiter” for young girls Piquet Jacobs appears in court There is a new twist in the case against Alexander Krylov, the marine pilot charged with statutory rape and human trafficking of five underaged girls in Walvis Bay. Krylov had a recruiter who allegedly brought him his victims. She was named as Anna Katrina Engelbrecht (27). Engelbrecht made a first appearance in the Walvis Bay magistrates court and is now an accomplice of Krylov. Both Krylov and Engelbrecht remain in custody, as their bid for bail failed. The case was postponed to 14 November this year.
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Court Walvis Bay court report 6 November 2017 Matthew Fudheni Ankongo (28) was absent at his hearing on a charge of theft by false pretences (6/2015). Accused at large. Eduard Hambondjo (33) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level (5/2016). Matter postponed to 7 November. Accused on bail. Ralph Thighuru (29) was absent at his hearing on a charge of attempted housebreaking with intent to commit a crime unknown to state. Accused at large. Hilarius Kashuupulwa (35) and Andreas Shatumbu (age unknown) appeared on charges of theft (7/2017). Matter postponed to 9 May 2018. Accused on bail. Owen Ilukena Lilugwe (30) appeared on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor (11/ 2017). Matter postponed to 29 November. Accused on bail. Wesley Metjavi (35) appeared on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor (11/2017). Accused found guilty. Fined N$7 000 or 12 months imprisonment. Elvin Brandt (28) appeared on charges of dealing in dependence producing substance and possession of dependence producing substance (11/2017). Matter postponed to 23 November. Accused in custody. Joseph Sadock (36) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (11/2017). Matter postponed to 15 January 2018. Accused in custody.
7 November 2017 Diego Wicomb (25), Benito Du Toit (18) and Martin Humphries (21) appeared on charges of dealing in cocaine (7/2016). Matter postponed to 8 November. Accused on bail. Marthys Maritz (22) appeared on a charge of theft of motor vehicle (8/2016). Matter postponed to 13 November. Accused in custody. Magnus Kotze (29) appeared on a charge of failure to provide a specimen of breath or blood (8/2017). Matter postponed to 9 May 2018. Accused on bail. David Shitaatala (41) appeared on a charge of driving under the influence liquor (8/2011). Matter postponed to 23 January 2018. Accused on warning. Jeremia Amutenya (23) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (9/2017). Matter postponed to 5 December. Accused on bail. Leopard Matias (23) appeared on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and malicious damage to property (7/2017). Matter postponed to 24 January 2018. Accused on bail. Wilfred Uunona (30), Josua Kandengele Dilu (39), Petrus Helao Hilundwa (22) and Martin Mosley Uutoni (40) appeared on charges of theft and trespassing (7/2014). Matter postponed to 11 June 2018. Accused on bail. Wilhem Kashava (41) was absent at his hearing on a charge of culpable homicide (4/2013). Accused at large. Eduard Hambondjo (33) appeared on a charge of
driving with an excessive breath alcohol level (5/2016). Matter postponed to 16 November. Accused on bail. Phillipus Uninas (47) appeared on charges of assault (7/2016). Matter postponed to 12 April 2018. Accused on bail. A minor (16), a minor (16) and minor (17) appeared on charges of murder and robbery (11/2016). Matter postponed to 22 February 2018. Accused released in the care of guardians. Morne Feris (21), Henry Enrico Visagie (36), Jacqueline Imbili (44), Willemina Margarita Visagie (36), Quinton Matthews (42), Marlon Prins (35), Roselli Leonardo (70), Michael Maclobo (40), Velnancio Muller (38), Patrick Ronoco Titus (44), Jeanette Candy Garoes (42), Lukas Shailemo (29), Anna Marie Mutilifa (50), Patrick Hilifa Ihulu (42), Michelle Rudith Hoa-khaos (49), Henoch Heinrich Uirab (49), Allen Joseph Manale (46), Ernest Hoa-khoab (44) and Bernard Van Wyk (33) appeared on charges of fraud and corruptly using office or position for gratification (12/2016). Matter postponed to 31 May 2018. Accused on bail. Levy Joseph (29) and Edwina Lubbe (35) appeared on charges of fraud and theft (5/2017). Matter postponed to 20 November. Accused in custody. Pinehas Fillipus (21) appeared on a charge of theft (9/2017). Matter postponed to 24 January 2018. Accused on bail. Matthias Ndeulita (34) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (11/2017). Matter postponed to 13 December. Accused in custody. Naftali Uukalele (22) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (11/2017). Matter postponed to 13 December. Accused in custody.
Swakopmund Court Report Regional Court Jocobus Eysele (39) appeared on charges of indecent assault and combating of immoral practices act-unlawful carnal intercourse with a girl under sixteen. The matter was postponed to 1 December for plea. The accused have been warned. Fredrick Ekandjo Shambo (25) appeared on charges of robbery, impersonating a member of the police, wearing police uniform without permission and kidnapping. The matter was postponed to 3 September 2018 for plea and trial. The accused remains in custody. Heidi Carina Rossouw (30) appeared on two counts of practicing as a legal practitioner contrary to the legal practitioner's Act 15 of 1995. The accused was found guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of N$5 000 or six months imprisonment.
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Magdalena Kirsten (52) appeared on a charge of theft by false pretences (7/2015). Case against accused withdrawn. Magdalena Kirsten (52) appeared on charges of theft by false pretences (8/2015). Case against accused withdrawn. Hendrick Bam (age unknown) and Mathew Mwanga (40) appeared on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (1/2016). Accused found guilty. Fined N$6 000 or 12 months imprisonment each. Theophelus Shihungile (18) appeared on a charge of attempted murder (3/2017). Matter postponed to 23 November. Accused on bail. Nelson Benson (53) appeared on a charge of dealing in dependence producing substance (12/2015). Matter postponed to 14 November. Accused in custody. Mathew Ernest Coombe (28) appeared on a charge of dealing in dependence producing (9/2017). Matter postponed to 6 December. Accused on bail. Michael Andreas (28) appeared on a charge of failure to provide a specimen of breath or blood and driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor (10/2017). Matter postponed to 1 February 2018. Accused on bail. Alexander Krylov (56) and Anna Katrina Engelbrecht (27) appeared on charges of rape, trafficking in persons and immoral acts (9/2017). Matter postponed to 14 November.
Timoteus Haimbondi (43) and Manasse Haimbondi (31) appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 6 November for legal aid. The accused are on bail. Desmond Owos-oab (19) appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postpone to 17 January for plea in terms of section 119. The accuse remains in custody. Medusalem Kamburu (28) appeared on a charge of theft from a motor vehicle which was properly locked. The case against the accused was withdrawn because the state witnesses were absent from court. Isaskar Naobeb (26) appeared on a charge of theft. The case was withdrawn because investigations were incomplete. Philipus Ngaifiwa (25) assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to5 February for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. James Lakay (56) appeared on charges of falsifying/counterfeiting license number or license mark and displaying a license number not applicable to the vehicle. The accused was found guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of N$4 000 or six month imprisonment. Tuhafeni Nghuumbawali (22) appeared on a charge of murder. The matter was postponed to 10 January 2018 for further investigation. The accused is on bail of N$3 000. Tjavuka Jazikama (40) appeared on two counts of rape and abduction charges. The matter was postponed to 11 January for plea in terms of section 119. The accused remains in custody. Kamboi Kamwangu (26) appeared on a charge of murder read with the provisions of the domestic violence act, act 4 of 2003. The matter was postponed to 15 November for further investigations. The accused remains in custody. Abed Shatilwe (36) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous nosily harm. The accused was found guilty and sentenced to eight month imprisonment term. Barth Petrus L Jacobus (54) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 22 January 2018 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$4 000. Mateus Theodor (38) and a 15-year-old boy appeared on a charge of dealing in dependence producing substance. The matter was postponed to 29 January 2018 for lab results. Mateus Theodor is on bail of N$1 000 and the 15-year-old boy was released in care of guardian. A 15-year-old girl and a 16-year-old girl appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 13 December for juvenile â€“pre-community service. The accused were released in care of guardian. Abraham Itope (30) appeared on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and malicious damage to property. The matter was postponed to 14 November for sentence. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Thomas Alweendo (28) appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 5 February 2018 for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. German Gareb (25) appeared on a charge of dealing in dependence producing substance. The matter was postponed to 30 November for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Ivonne Tjizake (32) appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 5 February 2018 for further investigation. The accused is on bail of N$4 000. Susanna Kandowa (38) appeared on a charge of dealing in dependence producing substance. The matter was postponed to 28 February 2018 for lab results. The accused remains in custody. Hendrick Reinhardt Fourie (59) appeared on five counts of rape charges. The matter was postponed to 8 February 2018 for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Ockert Jooste (55) appeared on charges of fraud and theft by false pretences. The matter was postponed to 22 November for prosecutor general's decision. The accused remains in custody. Precious Kasika (42) appeared on a charge of common assault. The matter was postponed to 20 February 2018 for plea and trial. The accused have been warned.
One arrested, four at large in stock theft case Henock Tjiwana (32) was arrested on Sunday after he and four other suspects allegedly stole five Nguni cattle valued at N$35 000 form a grazing are at farm Onguati in the Karibib district. Tjiwana and his accomplices slaughtered two of the cows and hacked off the other three animals' heel tendons to render it immobile waiting to be slaughtered. Only Tjiwana was apprehended. His accomplices are on the run. The incident took place between 07:00 and 15:00. The spokesperson for Nampol in Erongo, Deputy Commissioner Erastus Iikuyu, confirmed the incident said the suspects chased the cattle to one
Accused in custody. Tiaan Albert (20) appeared on a charge of fraud (8/2017). Matter postponed to 6 February 2018. Accused on bail. Beanca Cloete (33) appeared on a charge of theft (12/2014). Matter postponed to 18 January 2018. Accused on bail. Mateus Nandjedi (48) appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft (6/2015). Matter postponed to 27 November. Accused in custody. Wilhem Kashava (41) appeared on a charge of culpable homicide (4/2013). Matter postponed to 8 February 2018. Accused on warning. Gabriel Shindongo (30) appeared on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor (7/2016). Accused found not guilty and discharged. Mechtilde Donna Musore (28) appeared on a charge of attempted murder (12/2016). Matter postponed to 7 December. Accused in custody. Ashley Cloete (27) appeared on a charge of possession of cocaine (3/2017). Matter postponed to 15 November. Accused on bail. David David (30) appeared on a charge of attempted housebreaking with intent to steal and theft (4/2015). Accused found not guilty and discharged. Samuel Nakale (31) appeared on charges of theft, attempted murder and negligent discharge of firearm (6/2017). Accused found not guilty and discharged. Walter Hoffman (25) appeared on a charge of dealing in cocaine (5/2015). Matter postponed to 21 May 2018. Accused on warning. George Andrew Van Straten (56) appeared on a charge of malicious damage to property (8/2017). Matter postponed to 28 November. Accused on bail. Shi Ngirayi Anymore Chakonda (42) appeared on a charge of theft by false pretences (3/2017). Matter postponed to 30 January 2018. Accused in custody. Jeremia Nauwanga (33) was absent at his hearing on a charge of theft (9/2017). Accused at large. Simon Nashongo (26) appeared on a charge of possession of suspected stolen property (10/2017). Matter postponed to 23 November. Accused in custody. Jerome Vos (26) appeared on a charge of theft (11/2017). Matter postponed to 18 January 2018. Accused in custody.
of the camps at the farm Kranzberg in the Karibib. There they slaughtered the animals and subjected three more animals to inhumane treatment in an effort to render the animals unable to walk or run and thereby awaiting their fate at the hands of these barbaric elements.
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World Diabetes day
Narraville pools the result of water pipe breakages
14 November is World Diabetes Day!
Residents of Narraville expressed their concerns in recent days over large pools of water forming along the railway line. Concerns were these were purified effluent from the sewerage water treatment works south of the airport road seeping through. The municipality of o r i g i n a t e d f r o m the following over Walvis Bay investi- water pipe break- the matter: “The gated the matter ages. Municipality of promptly and can In a statement the Walvis Bay would confirm the water local authority said like to inform resi-
World Diabetes Day (WDD) was created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and World Health Organisation (WHO) in response to a growing concern about the escalating health threat posed by Diabetes. WDD became an official United Nation Day in 2006. The Campaign is represented by a blue circle logo that was adopted in 2007. The blue circle is the global symbol for Diabetes. It signifies the unity of the global Diabetes community in response to the Diabetes epidemic. Diabetes has become known as the Tsust nami of the 21 Century, killing more people than AIDS and Cancer combined. Current statistics from the IDF, WHO and The Centre for Disease Control: · HIV+ 35 million people · Cancer 14 million people · Diabetes 415 million people · Every day 200 children develop Type 1 Diabetes · Every 6 seconds a person dies from Diabetes related causes · Every 30 seconds a lower limb is amputated Worldwide · Up to 80% of Type 2 Diabetes is preventable · 95% of Diabetics are Type 2 and 90% of the complications are in Type 2 Diabetics “Pin a Personality” with the IDF Blue Circle Campaign is for promoting Diabetes Awareness. On Friday 10 November, during the opening of St Raphael Health Recovery Clinic, Dr Silvana Nienaber (Type 1 Diabetic for over 28 years), on her behalf and the behalf of Diabetes South Africa- Durban branch, got the opportunity to “PIN” H E Founding President and Father of Namibian Nation Dr Sam Nujoma.
dents that the recently formed pools of water south of Narraville, along the railway line, are the result of a burst Namport water supply line which broke last Wednesday. The Namport supply line has been closed
off but the pipe is still being repaired. These pools of water consist of potable drinking water and not sewage water coming from the sewerage plant. Children have been seen playing in the pools of water and
although the water is clean (not sewage water), it is advised that children refrain from playing in it. All enquiries should be directed to the Public Relations & Customer Service Division at 0642013394”.
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Namibian vehicle shipment for UN in Darfur imminent
Namibia is shipping a convoy of vehicles to the troubled Darfur Region of the Sudan, as part of the country's commitment to the United Nations peace making effort in that part of Africa. The shipment consists of armoured personnel carriers and general-purpose vehicles. The first of the vehicles already arrived in the port of Walvis Bay and the remainder of the vehicles was due for arrival late yesterday. The vehicles will be loaded on a cargo ship in the port of Walvis Bay in the days to come (picture: for illustration purposes only).
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99 commemoration of Remembrance Sunday held in Swakopmund Erwin Leuschner
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) and the Memorable Order of Tin Hats (MOTH) hosted the 99th commemoration of Remembrance Sunday in Swakopmund. Remembrance Day is commemorated every year on the Sunday the closest to 11 November (Armistice Day) which was the day in 1918 when the guns of World War I fell silent. The occasion this year had so much more significance, as the dedication took place on Sunday of eleven Union of South Africa soldiers and one British soldier whose remains were re-interned at the acre for the war dead in the Swakopmund cemetery. The soldiers were on active service in world War II in Walvis Bay and died of non-combative causes (illness, drowning and accident) at sea and interred at the Mulderene cemetery at the harbor town. This year, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission decided the graves of these soldiers be moved to the Swakopmund cemetery where there is an established acre for the war dead. It was an emotional Sunday. Representatives of Her Majesty the Queen, the German Government, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and veterans and friends gathered at the cemetery for the occasion.
â€œThe soldiers paid the ultimate price to ensure a better tomorrow", said Johan Knoetze, MOTH Namibia Chairman. "We live in a scary world, where death and destruction continue and where children, women and soldiers continue to become victims of war", he added. "These soldiers gave they lives for our today. We gather once a year to honor the fallen, never to be forgotten." The fallen soldiers are Florence, John (22, Stoker, South African Naval Forces), Khafela, A. (Private, Native Military Corps, S.A. Forces), Motlhabane, Maethews (26, Private, Native Military Corps, S.A. Forces), Murphy , J. (25, Able Seaman, South African Naval Forces), Ravens, Albert E. (30, Able Seaman, South African Naval Forces), Beale, Robert William (38, Able Seaman, Royal Navy), Dixon, Gordon (23, Petty Officer, Royal Navy), Haines, A. (51, Staff Sergeant, Q Servcies Corps, S.A. Forces), Kerr, William A. (19, Air Mechanic, South African Air Force), Leach, Arthur William (29, Leading Cook, Royal Naval Patrol Service), Summers, Frederick Albert (41, Engineman, Royal Naval Patrol Service), Van Dalen, P.J. (25, Gunner, South African Artillery).
Colonel Alan Lister OBE Royal Marines, UK Defence Adviser to South Africa, remembers the fallen and laid down a wreath. Photos by Erwin Leuschner
After various officials laid down wreaths, other attendees were invited to do so too. Pictured is Carol-Ann Sowden from Walvis Bay, who also laid down flowers to remember the fallen
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Beer from new Namib Dunes Craft Brewery now on sale
Two matriculants in deadly accident hours after writing final examinations Four young Swakopmund residents were involved in a deadly car accident on the C14 gravel road in the vicinity of the Gaub Pass on Tuesday evening. The accident claimed the life of 18-year-old Saskia de Beer. Two of the occupants who survived the accident were Grade 12 learners of the Swakopmund Private School. They only hours earlier wrote their final exams.According to one of the parents the friends were on their way to go camping in the Namib Nauk-luft Park for three days. As some still attended school that morning they only left later in the day. They were travelling in a Nissan NP300 four wheel drive pick-up and were pulling a camping trailer. At about 22:00, about 50 kilometers before Solitaire at the first descent of the Gaub Pass, the driver allegedly lost control over the vehicle. Sources speculate the camping trailer was the cause, resulting in the pick-up to ultimately overturn and come to a rest on its roof. Nelao Nelly I pray MVA never does that again if what's been said is true. Please MVA, you should know better that the first few minutes of life after an accident is crucial & yet you ask an ambulance crew to turn around? I pray the day will come that a life in Namibia will matter more than logistics! What's done is done, condolences to the family. Cheryl Westerdale How come the MVA has a say in which ambulance service should be dispatched? Surely if you have a private medical aid, a private ambulance service should be dispatched. The MVA should rather stick to dispatching tow-in services and leave life-threatening decisions to the medical fraternity. My deepest sympathy family and friends. Hans-Peter Steinbach They should be sued. Toya Louw Saskia de Beer. You will always be with us and we are sorry you had to leave us so soon .... you were such an amazing beautiful child ... and we LOVE you here or there you meant the world to us. Alex Muukua Life is really short nowadays!!!!!
Adri this is shooking. Shapopi.Jy sal nie weet waneer is jou dag nie. Sterkte aan al die familie. Michael Stabler RIP. Freda Moller Very sad condolences to the family. Maureen Badenhorst Dalita dit is nou regtig onvanpas. Sterkte aan naasbestaandes. Retseh Kruger Baie sterkte aan die naasbestaandes. Dit is so hartseer. Delita Strauss Kruger Retseh. Kyk op my profile of jy weird goed sien. Ek is bekommerd want ek sal beslis nie so onsensitief wees om so iets op te sit nie. Dalk is my profile ook ge-hack. Christa Van Sittert Sorry to hear. ...very bad. Vincent KanidoodMoxa Speed kills. My condolences. Alta Van Schalkwyk Ag dis sooo hartseer.. Sterkte aan al die families. Danel van very sad. Ashleey Given Get well soon pierv in Jesus name. Abe Van Vuuren Sowaar. Driaan Van Sad.
Sulphur spill in Walvis Bay A truck carrying break bulk sulphur powder spilled some of its content close to the main gate of the port of Walvis Bay on Tuesday morning, setting into action a swift environmental clean-up operation. All the relevant emergency services assisted, which include the Walvis Bay traffic department to cordon off traffic from the contaminated area as well as the hazardous waste management services of the municipality. A clean-up team of the company responsible for the load of sulphur cleaned the area, whereafter the fire brigade conducted the final cleaning by hosing off the area. The sulphur was destined for Rio Tinto's Rössing Mine where it is used in the production of sulphuric acid. Rössing uses sulphuric acid in its leeching process when uranium is separated from the mined ore.
Swakopmund is fast making a comeback as the beer brewing capital of Namibia. A unique, new craft brewery is operating at Swakopmund since the end of September. It is called the Namib Dunes Craft Brewery and their product is now on sale at various restaurants and stores in Swakopmund. The two partners and brewers are Du Preez Calitz, who started brewing in his garage two years ago, and André Genis. Initially the team experimented with different recipes and brewed various beers. After noticing a business opportunity, the two visited craft brewers in South Africa and decided to go bigger. The brand-new brewing equipment arrived in Swakopmund in April 2017. With the assistance of family members, especially their sons, they built the brewery at Eastern Concepts complex located in the industrial area.They then started experimenting with different recipes. "Our intention is to brew an Indian Pale Ale, a Blonde Ale, a Weiss-bier, an Irish Red and a Belgian Wittbier. So far, we have finalised our recipes for the Pale Ale and the Blonde Ale and are supplying this to the market and we are receiving great responses", Calitz said to namib times. Mareli Delport Go Dup!!! Bly jul vorder so goed en dat jul so baie belangstelling het. Well done!!! Keep up the good brewing. Jarret The Blonde Ale is VERY NICE guys. Well done!! Johannes Weber We need some beer in Austria, or should we come and try...?? Renate Leicher Baie geluk en happy brewing!
NamPol intervenes at Paheye Primary School in Omaruru
This week members of the Namibian Police had to cut down locks from the gates of Paheye Primary School in Omaruru after parents changed the locks on the gates on Monday and refused to remove them to keep learners from entering the school premises. The incident is directly linked to parents' dissatisfaction with the exodus of good teachers who are not happy with the school anymore. Parents allegedly locked down the school after they learned that teachers at the school were resigning due to various issues with the school's Principal, Martha Garises. According to sources, a total of 430 learners of Paheye Primary School did not attend school on Monday due to the lockdown. The showdown between parents and the principal started at the beginning of the year when Garises was appointed as the school principal.
Nsamba James Really in this time where education is important we still have parents keeping their kids home just for their preferred candidate to be appointed, it's a shame. Simon SmockyNeonga A principal is not some one parents would want to demonstrate for just because they want another person to take over, I mean it can be done due to a certain reason like they indicated incompetence which for real is a hell of a problem in Namibia Rhonna Poor kids What a shame parents you fail the pupils on this .
Driving license revoked for driving 18 small business donated equipment drunken Walvis Bay resident Elizabeth Cronje's driving license was revoked for Brendon Scott Nicely done Mr Eben Platt and your Walvis EMS for securing the scene. Wolfgang Poller Are you sure it was heading to Rossing?
A total of twelve small businesses from different towns within the constituencies of Erongo received various types of equipment donated by the Income Generating Activities' (IGA) programme on Wednesday. The IGA is managed by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare (MGCW). The IGA programme is aimed at contributing to the socioeconomic empowerment of needy communities by encouraging them, especially women, to participate in the IGA programme. It creates self-employment opportunities and in some cases employment for others. According to the Deputy Minister of Gender Equality and Child Welfare, Ms. Lucia Witbooi, the ministry does not want small businesses to remain small, but wants them to grow, expand and create employment opportunities for others. Adri I wonder was this advertised before because the goverment had a project of the equipment Aid Scheme and after almost a year and evaluation they just dont have money for the project ?? this is what the Ministry of Trade says! so my question is
why advertise something and dont meet your promises?and now its this donation for businesses?? Tuyeni Any1 interested to know more about IGAs grant offered by Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare please visit their offices.
one year, and she was slapped by a fine of N$20 000 or one year imprisonment, after Magistrate John Sindano found her guilty last week of drunken driving. Cronje was arrested on 6 February this year. As this was the fourth time that she was arrested and charged for drunken driving, a request for direct imprisonment for a period of 18 months was handed in by the state prosecutor, Sylvia Kauluma. In 2012 Cronje paid fines of N$6 000 and N$8 000 respectively and in 2015 paid a fine of N$10 000 for drunken driving convictions. The court wanted to revoke her driver's license in 2015, but she then pleaded with the Magistrate she is an estate agent and that due to her work she is in need of her driving license. Court records show during a previous court appearance Cronje told the court she had learned a lesson and would never drink and drive again. Adolf Lori PamoShikongo Why only dollar fines? What about addiction rehabilitation or addressing the seemingly underlying problem? Denise Van Bergen Where is addiction rehabilitation available, please? And would the State carry the costs?
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Old scholars association launched for Narraville Piquet Jacobs
The much anticipated Narraville Old Scholars Association (NAROSA) was launched during a gala dinner on Saturday evening, at the Walvis Bay Town Hall. The association's founding member and chairman Zane Jansen spoke at the event and gave insight into how the organisation was born, stating that the association is focused on uplifting the schools of Narraville as well as to empower the learners of the De Duine Secondary School and Narraville Primary School. â€œThe idea behind the initiative is to have old scholars come together to give back to their alma mater. The seed was planted by former De Duine principal and pillar in the Narraville community, Wenty Mouton, and we are honoured to make it a realityâ€?, said Jansen. The organisation will manage contributions of members as well as fundraisers in order to assist the schools in Narraville with upgrading the buildings and even making bursaries available for the learners. The association welcomes all old scholars to join.
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VACANCIES & NOTICES LIQUOR ACT, 1998 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO A MAGISTRATE IN TERMS OF THE LIQUOR ACT, 1998 Notice is hereby given that an application in terms of the Liquor Act, 1998, particulars of which appear below, will be made to the Magistrate of the District of 1. Name and postal
address of applicant: Latakia Inn CC, P O Box 4429, Walvis Bay. 2. Name of licensed business to which application relates: Cat’s Lounge. 3. Address/location of licensed premises to which application relates: Erf 3051, No.5 Sixth Street, Walvis Bay. 4. Nature and details of application: Transfer of a Liquor Licence from Cat’s Lounge to Latakia Inn CC.
5. Where application will be lodged: Walvis Bay Magistrate Office. 6. Date on which application will be lodged: 14 November 2017. Any objection or written submission in terms of section 28 in relation to the application must be sent or delivered to the Magistrate of the District, to reach the Magistrate not later than 7 days after the date on which the application is lodged.
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, details of which are obtainable from the General Manager: Engineering Services. Erf 136 A (16 Ludwig Koch Street) Swakopmund: Special permission to operate a Bed and Breakfast Establishment. (Contact Person: Mr J T Heita (Manager: Town Planning) Tel: +264 (64) 4104403. Any person having any objections to the proposed step may lodge such objections, duly motivated in writing, with the Acting Chief Executive Officer until 28 November 2017.
NOTICE Please take note that Van Der Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties CC on behalf of the owner/s of newly created Portion “A”, a subdivided portion of Erf 1307, Swakopmund, herewith intend to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for the following: REZONING OF NEWLY CREATED PORTION “A”, A SUBDIVIDED PORTION OF ERF 1307, SWAKOPMUND, FROM “UNDETERMINED” TO “INSTITUTION” 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 28 November 2017. Applicant: v/d Westhuizen Town Planning & Properties cc Tel: 081 122 4661 / 081 244 4441 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com, P O Box 1598, Swakopmund
WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Self Catering Unit ON ERF: 0058 TOWNSHIP: Dolphin Beach STREET: 66 Damara Tern 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 2 bedroom, 1 bedroom flat 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 5 December 2017. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): B J Enslin, Arlien Enslin, P O Box 5288Walvis Bay
WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Self Catering Unit ON ERF: 417 Unit 22 TOWNSHIP: Langstrand STREET: c/o Longshore & Orange 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 Self Catering in our existing guest cottage 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 28 November 2017. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): T L Bosman, P O Box 874, Walvis Bay
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TOWNHOUSES TO LET Fairways – 2 Bedr Town house – N$6 300.00 Central – 4 Bedroom House, 4 Bathrooms, single garage with 2 Bedroom Flat, Huge Yard space – N$14 000.00 Contact: Lana – 081-350-1827 Magdel – 081 358 8745 Office – 064 280 600
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APARTMENTS TO RENT IN KUISEBMOND 1x 2350.00 water & electricity included. 1x 2900.00 water & electricity included Available 29/11/2017 Contact: 081 314 9294
TE HUUR GESOEK; Opsoek na ‘n 2 - 3 slaapkamer huis / flat met garage, ingeboude kaste, Narraville of Central Town. Pet friendly, 1 small doggy. Prysklas N$ 5 000.00 N$ 6 000.00 p/m Kontak: 081 339 0374
HOUSES TO LET Lagoon – 4 Bedr House, sitting/dining, sauna, swimming pool, 3 bathr, 2 lounges, sunroom, kitchen with scullery & pantry – 1 Bachelor Flat – N$22 000.00 Meersig – 3 Bedr, 3 Bathr Double Garage, indoor braai, interlocked – N$10 500.00 Central – 4 Bedr House, 4 Bathr, single garage with 2 Bedr Flat, Huge Yard space N$12 000.00 Central – 3 Bedr House, 2 bathr, sitting, kitchen (no stove), 1 garage N$7 700.00 Contact: Lana – 081-350-1827 Magdel – 081 358 8745 Office – 064 280 600
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FLATS TO RENT Lagoon – 1 Bedr Flat – Furnished N$6 050.00 Fairways - 1 Bedr flat, with garage (w/e incl) – N$ 6000.00 Central – 2 Bed Flat in complex, under roof parking – N$5 500.00 Meersig – 1 Bedroom Flat, Single Garage – (Incl w/e) – N$5 150.00 Central – 2 Bedr Town House, 2 Garage, Small Court yard– N$6 650.00 Central – 2 Bedr Town House, 1 Garage, Small Court yard – N$6 000.00 Narraville – One Bedr flats available – N$3 300 Meersig – 2 Bedr Fully Furnished Flat, garage, courtyard- N$9 900.00 Lagoon –1 Bedr Flat with garage, avail end Nov – N$4 950.00 Hermis – 2 Bedroom , garage – N$4 000.00 Kuisebmund – 1 Room with communal bath/toilet (w/e incl) – N$2 500.00 Central – 2 Bedrooms, bathroom, single garage close to Spar – N$ 6000 Lagoon – Bachelor Flat water incl (pre paid elec) – N$3 300.00 Narraville – 2 Bed flat with pre paid water/electr. - N$4 200.00 Narraville – 2 Bed flat with garage, pre paid water/electr – N$4 550.00 Fairways – 2 Bed flat, garage, small court yard, sitting/kitchen, 1 bath – N$6 734.00 Contact Magdel – 081 -358- 8745 Lana – 081-350-1827 Office – 064 280 600
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Walvis Bay TO LET - Central – 2 bedr flat, 1 bathr, open plan kitchen / lounge, single garage. N$6850 - Meersig – 2 bedr, 1 bathr, open plan kitchen / lounge, single garage. N$6500 - Fairway – 2 bedr flat, 1 bathr, open plan kitchen / lounge, single garage. N$7295 - Central – 2 bedr townhouse, 2 bathr, open plan kitchen/ lounge single garage. N$7500 -Fairway – 2 bedr, 2 bathr, open plan kitchen/lounge, indoor braai, double garage. N$7875 Central – 3 bedr house, 1 bathr, kitchen, lounge, tandem garage. N$7500 - Fairway – 3 bedr townhouse, 2 bathr, open plan kitchen / lounge, double garage. N$8560 - Central – 3 bedr townhouse, 2 bathr, open plan kitchen/ lounge indoor braai, small garden, double garage. N$9000 - Central – 3 bedr townhouse, 2 bathr, open plan kitchen/ lounge double garage. N$10 000 Lagoon –Fully furnished 3 bedr town house, 2 bathr, open plan kitchen / lounge, single garage. N$10 000 - Lagoon – 3 bedr, 2 bathr, kitchen, lounge, dining, entertainment area, 3 garages. N$13 000 - Central 3 bedr house, 2 bathr, kitchen / lounge, double garage. N$13 900 w&E included - Lagoon – Lagoon view 3 bedr town house, 2 bathr, open plan kitchen / lounge, double garage. N$14 000 Meersig 4 bedr house, 3 bathr, open plan kitchen/lounge, swimming pool, beautiful garden. N$28 000 furnished, N$20 000 unfurnished. Kuisebmund - 2 bedr flat, 1 bathr, open plan kitchen / lounge. N$3950 - 1 bedr flat, small kitchen / lounge, N$3800 w&E included Narraville - 1 bedr flat, 1 bathroom, open plan kitchen / lounge. N$2950 - 1 bedr flat. N$3500 w&e incl. - 1 bedr, 1 bathr, small kitchen. N$3700 w&e incl. - 2 bedroom flat, 1 x bathroom, kitchen / lounge. N$5400 FEEL FREE TO CONTACT: Yolande – 081 251 9377 / Lydia – 081 241 8980 / Office – 064 272580
To Rent Kuisebmund Walvisbaai : 2 Bedroom free standing house for rent, bathroom, kitchen and Lounge. N$ 4100 p/m. Water included. Call 081256 3349. To let: Langstrand / Longbeach Semi-furnished 2 bedroom flat with full bathroom, open plan kitchen, braai and tandem garage (can park 2 cars) to let, in a very secure and neat complex. Available from 1 December 2017. Price N$6,700 plus N$ 5,000 deposit. Water included, prepaid electricity. Call:081 284 6514
TO LET - SWAKOPMUND CENTRAL N$ 8 800 – 2 Bed, 1 Bath, 1 Guest WC, Tandem – CBD, imm avail N$ 9 900 - 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 garage, imm avail 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 WATERFRONT N$ 12 000 – 3 Bed, 2,5 Bath, Study nook, BBQ, 2 Garage – complex VINETA N$ 13 700 – 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Garage plus 1 Bed, 1 Bath & bachelor flat N$ 13 500 – 3 Bed, 2 Bath, 2 Garage & alarm, imm available MILE 4 N$ 12 500 – 3 bed, 3 bath, double garage, avail 15 Jan 18 N$ 12 500 – Spacious 3 bed, 2 bath town house with double garage, avail 1 Jan 18 OCEAN VIEW Townhouses: N$ 9 400 – 3 Bed, 2 Bath, open-plan, indoor BBQ, 2 Garage N$ 11 000- 3 bed, 2 bath, open-plan, indoor BBQ, 2 garage Houses: N$ 13 000 – 3 Bed, 2 Bath, Indoor BBQ, 2 Garage & alarm Imm avail N$ 13 000 – 3 bed, 2 bath, Indoor BBQ, 2 Garage & alarm avail 1 Dec 17 N$ 14 200 – 3 bed, 2 bath, 2x Indoor BBQ, Sunroom, 2 garage, Avail 1 Dec 17 TAMARISKIA N$ 7700 – 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 garage, avail 1 Jan' 18 N$ 9300 – 3 Bed, 2 bath, double garage, no boundary Walls, avail 1 Dec 17 MONDESA N$ 8800 - 3 Bed, 2 bath, double garage, avail 1 Dec 17 Please call Lucille 081 169 6216 or 064 464 033 TO RENT: Meersig Townhouse, 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, open-plan kitchen / living / dining / BBQ. Double garage, alarm. N$8000.00 p/m Contact: 081 293 2073
TO RENT: Storage / Warehouses Walvis Bay CBD 6th Street. N$8000.00 p/m + VAT. 150 square meters, alarm system included, very secure. To view contact Caroline: 081 129 4399 GRANNY / BACHELOR FLAT TO RENT - Walvis Bay On suite full bathroom, private entrance, secure parking, free WIFI. Including: Water and electricity. N$6000.00 p/m + deposit Very spacious Please call: 081 254 8142 FLAT TO RENT: Narraville Available 01-01-2018 Narravillem Central Area near shops. Single person only. N$ 3 000.00 p/m No garage - parking inside W/E incl. Deposit N$ 3 000.00 No garage - Parking inside yard. Kitchen, bedroom / b.i. cupboards. Shower / toilet - fully tiled Burglar bars Separate entrance. To view: 081 244 1320 081 303 7861 PROPERTY IS WEALTH
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Please call Lucille 081 169 6216 or 064 464 033
TO RENT: Walvis Bay, Central Flat ground floor, 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, open-plan kitchen / lounge, double garage, outside braai, court yard, alarm, blinds. N$6500 + deposit - N$6500. Available 1 Dec 17 Contact: 081 151 4488
TO RENT: Vineta, Total renovated house like new, SWK N$ 10500 p/m, exl. Water and electricity, old style large rooms free standing, three bedroom home, new bathroom. New Large open-plan kitchendinning room, very large lounge area all floors, in stunning parkade wood, spacious courtyard with braai. Back and front, and very large double garage. New motorized access gates. House Available 15 November. Contact 081 638 6300
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ARANDIS N$ 2090 – Bachelor flat with bath, no garage, imm avail N$ 3650 – 2 bed, 1 bath, kitchen/lounge, no garage, avail 1 Dec 17 N$ 3650 – 2 bed, 1 bath, kitchen/lounge, no garage, imm avail N$ 4070 – 2 bed, 1bath, house, no garage, imm avail
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CAPRICORN ESTATES SWAKOPMUND TO LET Ocean View – flat 2 bedroom, bathroom and garage safe area N$ 7300 pm Town Center 2 bedroom furnished garage N$8700.00pm Ocean View 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom pet friendly, garage N$ 8800 pm SWAKOPMUND INDUSTRIAL – TO LET STORE 35 m² N$ 1850 pm STORE 56 m² N$ 2920 pm Show room, 2 offices kitchenette and toilet 300 m² N$ 15000 pm JP VAN DER WALT 081 127 2736 CAPRICORN ESTATES
LONG BEACH N$ 4950 – Bachelor flat, garage, W&E excl, imm avail N$7500 – 2 bed, 2 bath, open-plan , balcony & BBQ, single garage, Furnished, imm avail N$ 11 500 - Spacious 3 Bed, 2 bath, 2 Garage, 3 Balconies, & sea View, imm avail
TO LET KUISEBMOND Various size shops available at Kabeljou Mall and Darra Court Please contact Yolanda 081 158 3463 to view
TO RENT: Fairways Estate Bachelor flat, build in cupboards, kitchen, bathroom. N$3800.00 + deposit. Secure area, no garage. Immediately available. Contact: 081 760 1704 / 081 369 1444
Walvis Bay OFFICES & WAREHOUSES TO LET Warehouses & offices available for rent 55 sqm up to 775 sqm in light industrial Immediately available Contact: Magdel – 081 358 8745 Lana – 081-350-1827 Office – 064 280 600
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TO RENT: Two bedroom flat Kabeljou area Remote control garage N$ 4 200.00 p/m + deposit N$ 4 200.00 W/E incl. Electricity pre paid. Contact: 081 206 6256
COMMERCIAL N$ 9 200 – VAT incl Office space on 1st floor CBD, Reception & 2x offices
TO RENT: Walvis Bay Hannah’s Cottages Modern 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, open-plan kitchen / lounge. Plenty cupboards, 1 garage, included diswasher, blinds, G4S, water and dish. Extra parking space outside for another car. Pre-paid electricity, no animals. Still available due to strict selection. Place is for a married working couple with two small kids. Private, safe courtyard at the back. Safe & quiet complex with long term tenants. Available from 1 Dec / 1 Jan. Rent: N$6000.00 p/m + deposit. Contact Hannah: 081 124 2151
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TO RENT: Narraville Lark Street 2817 1 bedroom flat, preferably for one person. W/E incl. N$ 2 550.00 p/m No deposit Contact: 081 249 8989
WAREHOUSES N$ 4950 – VAT incl 96m² Workshop with office space, imm avail Warehouses available from N$ 12 500 to N$ 15 600
TO RENT: Tamar Village, Fairways 2 Bedroom flat, BIC, courtyard, single garage. N$6200.00, dep can be paid in installments. Available 1 December 17 Contact: 081 141 2406 / 081 252 9161
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WALVISBAAI: Te huur - 2 slaapkamer Stil area. Ruim en sonnige twee slaapkamer met altwee “en suite” badkamers. Baie kaste, oop plan kombuis, sitkamer. Groot buite braai. Afstandbeheer vir enkel motorhuis en hek. Alarm. Koopkrag. Jammer geen troeteldiere of kinders. N$ 7 000.00 p/m Water ingesluit. Plus deposit. Desember beskikbaar. Prys vir gemeubileerd op aanvraag. Kontak: 081 250 4694 064 203 342
TO LET - SWAKOPMUND INDUSTRIAL OFFICES: N$ 7100 – 95m² office space on 1st floor, imm avail N$ 9900 – 155m² office space on 2nd floor, imm avail N$ 22 000 – Large office space to rent, Excl VAT,
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TO RENT: Walvis Bay - 2 bedroom flat. Quiet area. Neat and sunny two bedrooms with both en suite bathrooms. Lots of cupboards, open plan sitting room & kitchen. Big outside braai. Single garage. Remote door and gate. Alarm. Pre paid electricity. Sorry - No pets or children. Prefer elderly. N$ 7 000.00 p/m Excl water Plus deposit. Available December (Also furnished - price on request) Ina: 081 250 4694
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To Rent Swakopmund Central Town 1 Bedroom Flat, BIC and open plan Kitchen with BIC and Stove. Own garage N$5500.00 W&E excluded Available from 01 Dec or 01 Jan18 081 129 1683
TO LET WALVIS BAY - CBD Various sizes of shops available at the Pelican Mall. Please contact Yolanda 081 158 3463 to view
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PROPERTY TIMES TUKA PROPERTIES CC FOR SALE Swakopmund – waterfront •3 bedrooms Townhouse 2 bathrooms, main bedroom with a Jacuzzi and full bathrooms, open plan kitchen, court yard and double garage selling with furniture for N$ 2.6 mil ·5 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, Open plan kitchen, living rooms , study, double garage with a 2 bedrooms Flat, 2 bathroom, open plan and double garages for N$4,280 000.00 Ocean view •4 bedrooms family house, 2 bathrooms, TV room, open plan kitchen, one outside with double garage for N$2,900 000.00 Vineta •3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms 3 study, kitchen, Dining room, TV room, lounge 3 garages and 2 Bedroom flat selling for N$ 2,680 000.00 •A specious 2 bedrooms apartment , 1 bathroom, open plan kitchen, court yard and single garages for N$ 890 000.00 • 4 Bedrooms house, 3 Bathrooms, kitchen, Living room, Dining, entertaining area, indoor braai area, with a specious 2 bedroom flats , three garages for N$2, 996 000.00 Kramersdorf 4 bedrooms, 3 garages, kitchen, living room, and others with a bachelor flat for N$3, 103 000.00 Plots in Kramersdorf • 2X 875m² Single residential N$1,342,660 each Town house- Mondesa •2 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen & living room with a garage for N$750 000.00 •2 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen & living room with a garage for N$795 00.00 Tamariskia •3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living, single garages room with 2 bedroom flat and double garages selling for N$1,900.000.00 Walvis Bay - Narraville •3 Bedroom, 2 bathrooms, Living room , kitchen, Double garages with two flat behind selling for N$1,337 500.00 For more info call 081 241 5447/ 081 128 0595 / 081 275 5508 064-461217 Email: info@tukaproperties. com Website: tukaproperties.com
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For Sale: Old Age Home: Walvis Bay House Palms, Walvis Bay Two Bedrooms bic, Two Bathrooms, living room, kitchen bic with private courtyard. Price N$ 1,100,000 excluding all costs Contact Details: 081 203 3437 / 081 128 8875 Huis Te Koop: Huis Palms Oue te huis Walvisbaai 2 Slaapkamer huis met ingeboude kaste, 2 badkamers, Kombuis met ingeboude kaste en stoof, Sitkamer en privaat agter plaas. Prys N$ 1,100,000 Kontak : 081 203 3437 / 081 128 8875 INVEST IN THIS YUCCA VILLAGE FOR SALE PROPERTY It consists of 2 bedroom, fitted kitchen, lounge, bathroom and single garage. Secure complex. In Narraville. Price: N$780 000.00 If interested, contact Ndeshi: 081 326 8742 for viewing the property. FOR SALE: One bedroom flat + 1 garage for sale in Swakopmund CBD and close to the sea. No agents. Call: 081 200 0265 CAR WASH 4 SALE SWAKOPMUND CONTACT OWNER 081 740 8939
TUKA PROPERTIES cc TO RENT Walvis Bay • One bedroom flat, kitchen, toilet and shower for N$ 2700.00 water & electricity Incl. • Bachelor flat for N$1950.00 water incl, and prepaid electricity. Mondesa- Tulinawa • 2 Bedroom house, 2 bathrooms, Living room, Dining, Kitchen and single garage for N$6400.00 water & electricity excl. Oletweni • Bachelor flat with toilet and shower for N$2400.00 •2 Bedrooms, open plan kitchen, 2 Bathrooms and Double garage for N$5200.00 water included and pre-paid electricity. Ocean view Seagull Haven •3 Bedrooms, 2Bathrooms, Open plan kitchen, Indoor Braai Area, Court yard and garage for N$8 000.00 water & electricity excl. For more info call 081 241 5447/ 081 128 0595 / 081 275 5508 064-461217 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: tukaproperties.com
TOWNHOUSES 4 x Beautiful 3 Bedr townhouses with open plan lounge to dining room to fitted kitchen, guest toilet, two bathr, one en suite, double remote garage. Central near all amenities, spacious. From N$8600pm water&E NOT included. HOMES Lots of spacious 3 Bed family homes with open plan lounge to dining to fitted kitchen, 2 bathr, 2 garages & lots more from N$10750 pm LANGSTRAND Lovely 3 Bed family home with lounge to dining to fitted kitchen, 2 bathr, double garage for N$11500 pm or NEAREST OFFER – Move right in! CENTRAL Huge Family home with 4 Bedrs, study, huge kitchen, 2 bathrooms, double garage, garden. Good Area for N$13750 pm OR NEAREST OFFER. Move right in or 1 December 2017. NARRAVILLE BRANDNEW FLATS 2 Bedr flats from N$5750pm brand new with open plan lounge to kitchen, full bathroom, garage, outside braai some of them. First Floor. No Courtyard.
INDUSTRIAL WORKSHOP TO LET Workshop - 200m² Offices - 60m² Yard total - 1100m² Car ramp Place in town, 18th road. Contact: 081 129 6845
Vacancy : Person with Experience in Re-boring Engine blocks and skimming of cylinderheads in Swakopmund Must start A.S.A.P. Call 081 303 1289
House to Rent : Vogelstrand Swakopmund 3 bedroom 2 full bathrooms Double automatic garage, secure complex, available mid December 2017 Price N$9200/month Please Whatsupp ONLY +264 85 124 9826 To Let Swakopmund Seaside Estate 4 Bedroom fully furnished Sea-front House and bachelor flat, 3 garages as from February 2018 for N$25,000.00 pm Kramersdorf - House with 5 bedrooms and bachelor flat, 2 garages and paving form January 2018 for N$13200.00pm Call Birgit 081 275 7827 TO LET SWAKOPMUND Warehouse/Workshop with alarm 135m² Tel 064 463 224
OFFICES AND SHOPS Lots of shops and offices in the CENTRE of the CBD from N$9500 pm upwards
VACANCY Walvis Bay Office -Control Room Operators -Armed Response Officers -Security Officers Requirements: *Grade 10 or higher. *Previous experience will be an added advantage. *No criminal records. *Driver's License for drivers If you are ready to join our team please forward your CV to opsmanager@security. com.na or Deliver in person at Hage Geingob Street No 59,Behind Protea Spar, Town
HUUR ‘n TROKKIE 3,5 t / 4t Ek verwyder bou rommel / vullis / huistrekke / kantoor trekke. Enige tipe vragte. Bel my gerus. Ek laai self. Eugene: 081 611 1111
WAREHOUSES Here you can pick and choose from N$11000 pm with offices and two toilets, & much more. BRANDNEW! STORAGE SPACES 40 x Storage spaces available 31m2 underroof, about 2.8 meters in hight. Come store your valuable items. 24 Hour Security, walled in. SECURE! CALL THUNDER ESTATES YOUR NUMBER ONE IN RENTALS AT THE COAST AT 064 – 207354 OR 0818081548 OR 0812775080 OR 0811292427
WANTED: I am looking for a second hand two seater couch in grey or cream. Walvis Bay. Cell: 081 243 9544
TO HIRE CONTAINERS TO BUY/RENT And storage yard in Swakopmund with 24/7 access. Office or ablution alterations. Cowboys, 064-418150 or 0811464770
TE HUUR: 3 ton lorrie te huur Walvisbaai, Swakopmund, Langstrand, Dolfynstrand. Bourommel, trekke, tuinvullis. Ons laai self! Skakel: 081 333 4211
Beach Hotel Swakopmund offers an Assistant manager position Candidates must meet the following minimum requirements: •at least 5 years experience in the hospitality industry •at least 2 years in a leading position •at least grade 12 •knowledge in MS Exel, Word •knowledge in reservation software •excellent English communication skills •willing to work on weekends & public holidays •Interested Candidates must forward their cv to: employment@ beach-hotelswakopmund.com
Looking for an Assistant Chess Coach. Must be between ages 20-23 years forward cv to ; royalchessmindsacade my @gmail.com Closing date 17 Nov
WANTED: Need a garage for my car, near Tamar Village / Fairways / Gracemere Units. Contact: 081 220 7308
WANTED: I am looking for an outside room in Town Must be from N$ 1 500 N$ 2 000.00 p/m I am a single person. Contact: 081 650 9462
VACANCIES: Tiler needed. Carpenter, door fitter needed. In Swakopmund Sms details to 081 641 4700
VACANCIES Safari company looking for French speaking guides: We are looking for french guides to join our team on a permanent basis. Requirements: 1.Must be fluent in french 2.Must have PDP license 3.Know Namibia in depth 4.Must have at least 1 year guiding experience in Namibia 5.Must have guiding Qualifications. Send CV to email@example.com
Vacancy: Looking for qualified welder with 5 years mechanical experience Please contact Nicole: 081 271 6780 send CV to swakopmechanicalser firstname.lastname@example.org. 2 Phillip street Swakopmund VACANCY: Cabinet maker needed In Swakopmund Contact: 081 638 6300
CARS FOR SALE VW Polo, 2014 TSI Comfort Line, Sun Roof, spotless, full service record, 35,000 km N$ 188,000 onco Cell 081-202-7810
FOR SALE: 2009 TATA 32-Seater Bus. Good running condition. All paperwork in order and valid SADC Clearance. N$175,000. Contact: 081 451 6536
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE ITEMS FOR SALE SWAKOPMUND CALL 081 567 4522 1 x Defy 210lt Chest Freezer - white [like new] N$2250.00 • 3 Microwaves from N$650 each •3 x Fridges Defy starting from N$1500 each •1 x Anvil Gas-oparated Professional Chip Fryer N$5500 •1 x kelvinator 350lt Metalic Fridge [1 year old] N$2750.00 •5 x Casio Cash Registers starting from N$850.00 •5 x Fishing Rods & reels N$350 [each] •5 x BOX Tv’s 53cm 74cm Starting from Price range of N$650.00 each •1 x 5m Long Wall Unit Imboua Finish Bargain at N$2500.00 Call 081 567 4522 Wood For Sale Swakopmund Sekelbos Wood now for SALE, long lasting coals perfect for braaing and warmth. 15kg bags for N$40.00 Contact 081 263 0071 / 081 290 1446
GARDENING FOR SALE Gardening & Palms for sale, Swakopmund Big and small palms, and planted. Also garden designs and irrigation. Palm and tree removal, pruning, 30kg pure matured cow manure bags delivered. Call Gunther 081 638 6300
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NOTICES SSS CLASS OF 2007 The class of 2007 is planning to have a reunion next year (2018) and we are looking for everyone who completed school at SSS in 2007 to join us in making this a reality. We plan on raising funds which will go towards the development of the school. Contact Sir Charles 081 416 3383 or Mr. Nicolao @ 081 336 2254 if you belongs to SSS Class of 2007. NINO’S PIZZA & FAST FOODS Situated in Sam Nujoma Ave on the right side of Motovac. Fresh takeaways everyday. OPENING HOURS: Monday to Saturday: 08:00 - 22:00 Sunday (beginning of month) 08:00 - 20:00 (end of month). Deliveries: N$30.00. Order for delivery no later than 21:00. We also serve breakfast. Come and see for yourself. Call for deliveries: 200 991
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Missing Ginger CatReward offered Our 2-year old spayed male ginger cat Tigger has been missing from our home near the Wustbude Restaurant in Vineta since Thursday evening 26 October. He is wearing a whitish plastic fleacollar with a bell and small reflectors clipped onto it. We offer a reward for assistance or information leading to his safe return. Please call Cell 0812752240 or 0814230635 if you have found or seen him or please take him to the SPCA Swakopmund
TRAINING MICHELLE TRAINING CENTRE Register yourself in the following courses: bookkeeping Pastel accounting Office administration Computer studies Sewing & fashion Designing English for communication Afrikaans language Contact us: 081 781 0090 081 310 2588 Lessons are on weekly basis Find us @ Pelican Street, Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay
38 Windhuker Street Swakopmund Tel :064 404 419
COURSES GERMAN COURSE FOR ADULT BEGINNERS: Learn to speak German and improve your job opportunities!!! Limited space available. Register no to qualify for a discount. Experienced mothertongue teacher. Courses for Kids are also available. Contact 081 607 2685
If you need any prayer please feel free to contact me 24 Hours a day 7 Days a week PETRUS KLEIN 081 417 5441
SERVICES ROOF REPAIRS BIG RAIN is on the Way. Four layer painting work, with 8 year roof repair and Wall painting guarantees. Call Gunther anytime, 081 638 6300
CLOSING TIME: 10:00 day prior to publication
KALI SHUTTLE. Daily shuttle services: Windhoek - Swakopmund - Walvis bay and all towns enroute. Any dedicated transfer in Namibia. Schedules: Windhoek, Wikas service station @ 07h00 & 14h00.. Swakopmund Woolworths parking @ 08h00 & 15h00. Walvis bay, Pick' n' pay parking @07h00 & 14h00. Contact Cel +264 817009938 / Tel/Fax: +264 64462497. Email: kalishuttle@gmail. com
BRACHAH CATERING SOLUTIONS Services: Catering services, event management, chairs & table hire, chair covers, hire, table cloths hire, cutleries hire, jumbing cast hire, decoration items hire, decorations, generators hire, braai stand hire, toilet hire, tent hire. Contact: 081 633 3608 / 081 430 2290 brachahinvestment@ gmail.com
TRADITIONAL DOCTOR: Dr. S Jeke (The Best). Bad Luck - Luck Muti Love Problems Marriage to keep your lover just for yourself Work problems Promotions - To get tenders and to boost your business - People don’t want to pay you back Pregnancy Problems Protection of Farms, Houses, Cars and Animals - Sexual transmitted sickness all sickness Asthma, BP - Remove to-koloshi from bodies, houses Men’s power sexuality Spiritual doctors in need of more spiritual powers, etc. House Nr.(79) 3191D Johanna Benson Street Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay. Cell: 081 303 3149
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Roof repairs & Home renovations By the Austrian Master builder, plumbing and electrical work, geyser replacements. No job to small, modern bathrooms, swimming pools, metal work, wood work, etc. Call Gunther anytime, 081 638 6300 ERONGO ALARMS AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS WE DO CCTV CAMERAS ALARM INSTALLATIONS ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS INTERCOM SYSTEMS GATE AND GARAGE MOTORS DSTV ELECTRIC FENCES SECURITY CONSULTING CONTACT US 081 233 9825 erongoalarms@gmail. com
TRADITIONAL DOCTOR BANDA A well known, registered traditional doctor He helps with lost lovers, love & marriage problems, luck charms, fortune telling, business matters, customer attraction, win tenders, he also heals diseases, asthma, epilypsy, mental diseases, swollen glands, legs, stomach, women problems, men power. In Walvis Bay - Beranie Court in Hage Geibob str, next to Multi Save. Contact: 081 740 7321 DR YUSUF ARAFAT Using arabic healing methods. Powerful african traditional medicines, knowledge of stars, astrology, pacmstry, solve all life matter, luck, business, fortune, work, diseases, love. Call Yusuf: 081 343 1134
Home Tech Swakopmund We do REPAIRS Call 081 756 5756 House Hold Appliance ; Stoves, Fridges, Microwaves, Box Tv’s & LCD. Reasonable Prices we will come and collect & deliver Free Quotes Please Phone 081 756 5756 CAR KEYS: We program & supply new & spare keys, program 2nd hand ECU’s & air bag ECU’s, all cars make & models. For a free quote contact: RDJ SERVICES & SUPPLIES. SMS / CALL WHATSAPP: 0813746444
DR JUMAH THE WITCH DOCTOR For all problems of life, diseases, protection, theft, cases, marriage, love, business and many more. Visit me at Beranie Court in Walvis Bay or call Dr Jumah the witch doctor 081 640 9818 / 081 880 5300 Traditional medicine can be abused but cannot be stopped this is African way of life. True doctors do not hide their names and identities. Dr Jumah is a witch doctor and healer.
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JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am a 38 year old lady looking for work in Walvis Bay or Swakopmund. Housekeeping, cleaning offices or ironing. Mondays to Fridays. I am hardworking, trustworthy, honest and born again. Ready to start anytime. Contact: 081 211 9380 HILDEGARD: Dringend opsoek na enige soort huiswerk in Walvisbaai. Was, stryk en skoon maak. Skakel: 081 387 9789 GEORGINA: I am a 26 year old with grade 12 studying hospitality - tourism. Looking for the following work: bar tender, waitress or domestic work. I can do anything and is ready to start immediately. Contact: 081 649 7878 JOB WANTED: I am a 24 year old lady looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay. I am very hardworking, honest and friendly, 3 times a week. Ready to start immediately. 081 708 3663 JOB WANTED: I am a 30 year old looking for domestic work, ironing, washing and cleaning. 081 311 8347 JOB WANTED: I am a 29 year old lady looking for domestic or office cleaning work. 081 254 8771 JOB WANTED: I am a 25 year old lady looking for domestic work, Mondays to Fridays. 081 801 7550 JOB WANTED: I am a 27 year old lady looking for domestic work from Mondays to Fridays in Walvis Bay. Call: 081 408 7445 WANTED: I am looking for any kind of work but not selling in tuckshops or bars. I am very intelligent, kind, honest and serious person. I am willing to start anytime. 081 869 2899 JOB WANTED: We are two young woman looking for any kind of work in Walvis Bay. We are 21 year old and we are hardworking woman. We are ready to start as soon as possible. We are looking forward to start working. Mondays to Saturdays. Contact: 081 607 2141 081 649 4691 WERK GESOEK: Ek is opsoek na huiswerk vir drie tot vier dae ‘n week. Maandae tot Vrydae. Kan onmidellik begin.081 240 8143 Ek is Helena en is dringend opsoek na vakansie werk in Swakop of Langstrand of Rosmund Golf Estate. Ek kan ook huisskoon maak werk doen woonstelle skoonmaak of Kantore skoonmaak, ek kan dadelik begin werk van maandag tot vrydag Skakel 081 788 1659 Ek is 21 jaar oud en is baie dringend opsoek na huiswerk en kinders oppas werk, ek rook en drink nie en is gewillig om te leer. Kan werk van Maandag tot Vrydag in Swakop. Skakel asseblief 081 440 6307
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Liefdevolle Eggenoot en Vader
Ernest August Carstensen * 25-02-1943 + 12-11-2017 Psalm 40 vers 1 Ek het die Here lank verwag, en Hy het Hom na my toe neergebuig en my hulp geroep gehoor
Roudiens: Vrydag, 17 November 2017 om 11:00 by Moedergemeente, Walvisbaai Navrae: Maureen: 081 269 0072
Rus in Vrede my man - Maureen en kinders Rian, Marius en Annelie
Winston Henry Groenewald * 13-04-1951 + 07-11-2017 Psalm 23 The Lord is my Shepherd Memorial Service: Wednesday, 15 November 2017 19:00 at Anglican Church, Narraville Funeral Service: Saturday, 18 November 2017 09:00 from De Duine School Hall
Contact: Udele: 081 291 3832 Paula: 081 304 5384 Buddy Esau: 081 277 3050
Deutsches Haus. Contact 081 645 0888. * 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. * 24/25 Nov: Advent Market at the LIONS Old Age Home. Friday from 15:00 and Saturday from 08:00, organised by the Organisation for Caring for People with Disabilities. To book your stall / for more information please contact Almut 081 299 1902 or CarolAnn 081 209 8169. * 2 Dec: Christmas Market from 12:00 21:00. ***************
* 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. * 26 Nov: Lagoon Park Family Christmas Market theme - “Christmas’’ from 09:00 15:00. * 1 & 2 Dec: The Cancer Association “Weihnachtsmarkt’’ at the Town Hall. * Every Saturday: Open Air Arts *************** Exhibition at the Mole next to tennis courts in Swakopmund. Oil paintings weather permitting. * Bridge: The Swakopmund Bridge club * Permanent Collection: Woermann meets every Monday evening at 19:00 at Haus Gallery in Bismarck Street. Fine Lions Old Age Home. Contact: Ed collection of the Swakopmund Arts Association’s “South West Masters’’ and Barbour 064-405 604. “The Swakopmund Rotary Club: contemporary Namibian art works. Meets every Tuesday evening from 17:45 Open Mondays to Saturdays 10:00 in the conference room of the Hotel 12:00 and 15:00 - 17:00.
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Sentrum Pharmacy Summer Corporate League Bowls 2017 FINALS The final games were played on Friday, 3 November 2017. Magic ran away with 1st and 2nd prizes in the Shield division. Sentrum 1 did very well in the Plate Division and is contenders to look out for in the next corporate league. On Friday the 13th October, teams had to dress up or do something for Halloween and only one team STYLES & SMILES made an effort. The most improved First-comers also went to STYLES & SMILES. The youngest team to enter was DOLPHIN SCHOOLS whose entry was sponsored by Dave Gibbons of Coastal Cellular Swakopmund. The whole team also received free junior membership for a year. Then for some reason the lights on Rink A went out. So everyone made an effort to light up the green with their cell phone lights. Winners and Prizes were as follows: SHIELD DIVISION: 1st Winners: Magic Wood 2nd Place: Magic Shop 3rd Place: Procon
PLATE DIVISION 1st Manica Finance 2nd Place: Sentrum Pharmacy 1 3rd Place: EBH Namibia WOODEN SPOON SHIELD Tunacor PLATE Sentrum Pharmacy 2 JOCKEY AWARD Lotter Kroh Architects G-STRING AWARD Manica BEST SPIRITED TEAM: L.A.P.D.(Blaauws Group) Also their first time to enter a team and they got fined for bringing "guns" onto the premises. Thank you once again Sentrum Pharmacy who sponsored this corporate league. Tunacor sponsored 4 boxes of hake fillets.
Jukskei Streekskampioenskappe A - afdeling; · Noorde (59.5 punte) · Sentraal (42 punte) · Weste (39.5 punte) B - afdeling; · Noorde (49.5 punte) · Weste (48 punte) · Sentraal (45.5 punte) C - afdeling; · Sentraal 2 (53.5 punte) · Sentraal 3 en Noorde 1 (51 punte) · Sentraal 1 (50 punte) D - afdeling: · Weste1( 37.5 punte) · Weste 2 (36 punte) · Sentraal 2 (35.5 punte) Baie geluk aan al die wenners.
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Brave Warriors wins Dr Geingob Cup at a packed Staduim NFA Media-officer
A brace by Hendrick Somaeb and a strike by Peter Shalulile in the first half were enough to see the Brave Warriors defeat the Warriors of Zimbabwe 3-1 in the 2017 Dr Hage Geingob Cup played a packed to the rafters Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday afternoon. In the match in which the visitors had to win to avoid a third defeat to the host this year, the Brave Warriors had the momentum from the start with great ball control and purposeful play and it was no surprise as Hendrik Somaeb found the opener on 14 minutes with a speculative shot from outside the box that Zimbabwe goalkeeper Edmore Sibanda failed to hold onto and the ball sailed over the line to send the stadium in into frenzy of celebrations. The Brave Warriors continued the ascendancy and Peter Shalulile showed his class yet again as he finished with a glancing header from a corner-kick on 18 minutes. Zimbabwe however got a lifeline after Denzil Haoseb was adjusted to have brought down Marvelous Nakamba and Tendai Ndoro converted for Zimbabwe on 34 minutes to bring them back into the contest of the 2017 DR Hage Geingob Cup. But the Ricardo Mannetti coached Brave Warriors were not to be denied their third goal as again that pair of Shalulile and Somaeb caused havoc for the Zimbabwean defence and the lat-ter was brought down leaving referee Thembisile Windvoel with the option of pointing to the spot for the second time with 45 minutes.
Somaeb sent the Sibanda wrong way and saw his kick come off the inside of the upright and over the line to restore the host 2-0 lead before halftime. The memorable event also saw the Mexican wave do rounds inside the stadium as zealous Namibians and Zimbabwean enjoyed a great afternoon of top-draw entertainment and football at the cathedral of Namibian Football, the Sam Nujoma Stadium as substitute Absalom Iimbondi tripped the cross bar with a well taken free kick in the referee's' optional time. After the match coach Mannetti was overwhelmed with the performance and the attendance on the day. "You don't have choice as a player when the stadium is packed like. The players will respond and this is electrifying, well done to all the fans and to the marketers and the biggest marketers, the players for this great day. We played very well and players had a good day even the substitutes and our defence assisted by the midfield was fantastic". He added that his team also revealed that the request from the president to win the match was motivating. "It's extra pressure when the President is watching you and if you turn that pressure into motivation. The presence boasted the boys and they wanted to be remembered", said Mannetti.
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Namibian Darts select best players The Namibian Darts Federation on Saturday selected the best players at its trials held at Walvis Bay. The player will represent Namibia at the Region Five Championships in Gaborone, Botswana at the end of August 2018. Sixty of the best darts players from only six of the fourteen regions in the country fought it out on the dart boards for a place in the national team. The tournament director, Mr. Frans Husfieldtn told namib times that the player performed well overall and the those selected can be regarded as the best among the best. The Development Director of the Federation, Mr. Reginald Williams, confirmed a few practice games will be held to prepare the players. The Federation would like to take a junior boys and a junior girls teams to the championships. The juniors were not present at the trials and the Federation will hold trails for the juniors early next year for the selections. Three of the women senior team players are from the Namibian Police Force in the Oshana Region. This is the first time ever that the three women played in the trails and a first for the national team. These women are very happy and were overwhelmed of joy. Two third of the player that were selected is the product of the Chairperson of the Namibian Police National Sports Council, Major General Des Shalunga. More than fifty percent of the dart players in the country are member of the Namibian Police countrywide. The National teams that were selected with region in brackets are: Senior men's team: Gavin Van Der Hoven (Kharas) Erold Strauss (Kharas) Clint Langenhoven (Erongo) Johannes Langenhoven ((Kharas) Sakaria Mwahalaka (Erongo) Roger Boon (Erongo Region) Senior Women's team: Annelize van Brakel (Khomas) Lovisa Mutumbulwa (Oshana) Velena Albanus (Oshana) Maria M Jairus (Oshana) Veteran Men's team: Reginald Williams (Erongo Region) Frans Husfieldt (Khomas) Veteran women team: Brigite Viviers (Khomas) Christine Van Der Heever (Kharas Region)