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Teacher gravely injured as vehicle ploughs into group of cyclists on C14 Nampol Head of Operations Division Deputy Commissioner Tobi Gerber also among cyclists who were injured

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Piquet Jacobs A teacher of the Walvis Bay Private High School, Miss AnĂŠ Hanekom, remains in a critical yet stable condition in the high care unit of the Welwitschia Private Hospital, after she and two fellow cyclists were hit by a vehicle on the C14 road near the harbour town on Tuesday evening. The two other cyclists who were injured are Deputy Commissioner Tobi Gerber, and the shore skipper of Hangana Seafood Processors Mr Eugene Louw. Gerber suffered a shoulder injury and cuts in the accident and Louw suffered facial injuries and a bruised lung. Miss Hanekom sustained head injuries and is kept in a medically induced coma to assist in her healing. News of the accident left the Walvis Bay community in shock, but also with a high degree of frustration as vehicle accidents continue unabated to deliver injury, loss of life and despair to Namibians countrywide. Hanekom and Gerber were practising for the upcoming Desert Dash cycling event, but their plans were now cut short thanks to the accident. The incident took place just before 18:00 on the C14 route between the Walvis Bay weighbridge at the new Narraville-C14 T-junction. The cyclists were riding out towards Dune 7. It is believed the driver of the vehicle became confused with the pattern of the oncoming lights and was startled

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Group claims Chinese artisans chosen over Namibian artisans Piquet Jacobs

A group of Namibian skilled workers who could not obtain employment at China Harbour and Engineering Company (CHEC) says the award of tenders to foreign companies, at the expense of local businesses and employment amounts to colonialism. The group organised themselves into a group called the Professional Artisans Skills Organisation (PASO), to give skilled Namibians who struggle without jobs a voice. PASO yesterday demanded the Namibian Government step in and end what they say are Chinese artisans working in Namibia and that whilst the local skill exists. The Group held a peaceful demonstration on Thursday morning and delivered a petition to the Ministry of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment Creation at its Walvis Bay office. The group claims Chinese Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC), who is currently [among others] constructing a fuel storage facility at Walvis Bay has been rejecting applications by local artisans and employs Chinese nationals instead. Continues on Page 2

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More than a thousand individual items and weapons like knives, machetes, axes, screwdrivers, small firearms and even toy guns were confiscated from people who have been wandering the streets of Walvis Bay and Swakopmund at night. The police treat all these confiscated items as potential weapons to commit crimes like robbery and housebreaking. The majority of these items were confiscated during "stop and search" operations. According to police spokesperson warrant officer Iileni Shapumba there is a very disturbing pattern recognized through these stop and search operations: Firstly, the majority if these items were confiscated from youths Continues on Page 2

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Group claims Chinese artisans chosen over Namibian artisans Continued from Page 1 The group of over 200 qualified artisans claim they have applied several times for opportunities to work on the project, but have been rejected. The reason: they [the locals] are not fit to work on 'their' project and requiring them to be tested as artisans at own cost. The group claims that more than 700 Chinese have been allowed to come to Namibia to work on this project, whilst Namibians are competent to do the job. The members of the group have worked on many projects with companies like Langer Heinrich Mine, Trekkope Mine, Dundee Precious Metals, B2Gold Mine and Husab Mine. They demand now the Namibian Government step in and stop allowing Chinese artisans to take over jobs that Namibians are capable of doing. In their petition they also question why Namibian vocational institutions are not considered by the Chinese to produce quality and competent artisans. They are also concerned that by giving foreign companies big tenders it returns some form of colonialism to Namibia.

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Renewable energy projects alleviate some of Namibia’s electricity woes Sharlien Tjambari

The Governor of Erongo Clr Cleophas Mutjavikua recently admitted regional electricity supply capacity has become substantially constrained. There is an increased pressure on the supply of the electricity throughout the country. Namibia has to rely on electricity imports. Despite the constraint the Erongo Region remains pro-active to alleviate the problem, explained the Governor at his recent State of the Region Address. A 3 megawatt (MW) solar energy power plant was launched in November 2016 at Omaruru. A second will be constructed at Arandis. Another milestone was reached on 9 June this year, when a N$120 million solar power plant was commissioned at Karibib. It already produced electricity into the grid since 7 March 2017. "This solar plant at Karibib which will feed 5 megawatts (MW) into the country's national grid at full capacity is one of 14 renewable energy projects under the interim Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariff programme (Refit), initiated by the Ministry of Mines and Energy in coordination with the Electricity Control Board (ECB)", explained Clr. Mutjavikua.

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under the age of eighteen and secondly the majority of the persons from whom these items were confiscated late at night on the streets of Mondesa in Swakopmund and Kuisebmond in Walvis Bay. Warrant officer Shapumba exhibited a portion of these confiscated items and weapons to the media at police headquarters in Walvis Bay on Wednesday and had a strong message to parents who are not actively involved in their children's lives and upbringing. "Why are we failing our youth? Our young children are roaming the streets at night and they are armed with weapons and other items we know are used in violence-related crime and housebreaking". Warrant officer Shapumba explained many youths are trapped in social problems like poverty, high rates of school dropouts, unemployment and parental homes where the youth are not encouraged to take their education seriously and to refrain from becoming involved in gangsterism, the drug trade and involvement in criminal activities like housebreaking, theft from locked vehicles, assault and many other crimes that continues to negatively influence coastal societies. The cycle often turns for the worse when these youths become addicted to alcohol and drugs and subsequently has to steal, rob and even assault or kill just to obtain cash or other valuables to buy the next fix, explained Shapumba. On a question of the legality of stop and searches and the confiscation of any item deemed a potential weapon, Shapumba expressed the Namibian Police's resolve to return order and safety to the coastal communities. "There are laws and regulations in place to govern the carrying of knives and other weapons. What is important is we need to get these weapons off our streets and the Namibian Police will continue to deploy personnel at areas and at times we deemed necessary to maintain public safety", he explained.

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when he recognised the oncoming cyclists. He stepped on his vehicle's brakes and lost control of the vehicle, allegedly hitting the three cyclists. Emergency medical personnel were dispatched to the scene immediately and the injured were transported to Welwitchia Hospital. ∙At the time of going to press it was yet to be determined whether criminal charges would follow against the driver of the vehicle.


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Collision was “impossible” to avoid Erwin Leuschner

“I took my sister's hand and told her that we'll make it, but her hand did not feel as though it was a living hand. Then various people pulled me out of the wreckage." This was the testimony of Antonia Joschko in the Swakopmund regional court where the murder trial of Jandré Dippenaar resumed on Wednesday. Dippenaar is accused of having caused a fatal car crash on 29 December 2014 on the Swakopmund-Henties Bay road which cost the lives of six people. could I make out heaven from earth." After the collision, the Ford Ranger double cab came to rest on its roof, Antonia Joschko was still trapped in her seatbelt hanging up-side-down. "My stomach was very sore. I managed to slip through the seatbelt and sat kneeling on the roof. I looked through the window and saw a burning car," she remembers. She tried to open the door but was unsuccessful due to immense pain in her arms. Shortly thereafter two people approached the vehicle and initially spoke a language she could not understand. They also tried to open the door but failed. They then decided to smash the window. "I turned around to face my sister but I could only see her hair and one hand. I took her hand and told her that we will make it, but the hand did not feel as though it was a living hand," she explained tears running down her face. At that moment, the window was smashed and Antonia Joschko was pulled out of the wreckage. She laid down on the floor but was unable to move due to immense pain. She noticed a man lying close-by with a serious injury on his leg - this person she identified as Jandré Dippenaar in court. "I remember him well as he stared at me a long time. He made me feel unwell," she said. Shortly thereafter an ambulance arrived on scene and the paramedics first attended to Dippenaar and then to her. She was initially transported to the State Hospital in Swakopmund, but later on the same day she was transferred to the Welwitschia Hospital in Walvis Bay. She sustained a broken nose, various broken bones and severe injury to one of her kidneys. During the testimony state prosecutor Faith Chipepera-Nyaungwa asked Antonia Joschko if there was any possibility the collision could be avoided? "That would have been impossible. My father couldn't have avoided it, even if he steered left off the road. The time between me seeing that car and the collision was less than one second," she said. After Antonia Joschko's testimony Magistrate Gaynor Poulton remanded the case to yesterday morning [Thursday for cross-examination by the defence. Dippenaar is represented by Petrie Theron as well as advocate Louis Botes. Botes in his crossexamination stated to Joschko her father caused the accident and he would put proof before court to that effect. Dippenaar, who is out on a warning, is facing a count of reckless or negligent driving alternatively inconsiderate driving, a count of fraud alternatively furnishing false information, a count of not being in possession of a driver's license and six counts of murder. The three passengers in the FJ Cruiser, that died in the accident, were JC Horn, Dinah Pretorius and Charlene Schoombee.

Jandré Dippenaar is facing six counts of murder in connection with horror crash that he is accused of of causing on 29 December 2014. This week the survivor if the other vehicle, Antonia Joschko, testified in the Swakopmund Regional Court Photos by Erwin Leuschner

After an adjournment of close to six months, taking the witness stand was German national Antonia Joschko, the sole survivor of the vehicle in which she, her parents and sister were travelling when Dippenaar's vehicle allegedly slammed into them. Dressed in black, she had to relive that horror day when she lost her father, mother and sister. Joschko (19) was 16 years old at the time. "It had always been my mother's dream to come to Namibia," she said. The family chose to visit the country in December 2014, as it was the time her parents celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary. At the same time, her mother would have celebrated her 50th birthday on 5 January 2015. The family arrived in Windhoek and rented a Ford Ranger double cab vehicle to go on a safari tour through the country. On that fateful morning, 29 December 2014, the family left Palmwag Lodge, where they had stayed the night before. They travelled south along the Skeleton Coast towards Swakopmund. In the vicinity of Cape Cross the family ate lunch, where after they visited the seal colony at Cape Cross. Then their journey to Swakopmund resumed. While describing the setting she said that her father, Markus Walter Helmut Joschko, was driving and that he was always a very conscious and careful driver. Her mother Stephanie SchermuckJoschko was seated next to her father on the passenger seat. Antonia was seated behind her father on the right side while her sister, Alexandra Marlene Joschko (19), was seated next to her behind their mother. According to her the road between Henties Bay and Swakopmund was quite congested on that day and there were many cars travelling in both directions. "As the road had no markings and was not tarred my father drove extra careful," she said. It was a warm day and the visibility was good. "I was talking to my sister along the way. The last conversation I remember was about four friends of ours whom we would meet up with in two days' time," she said. While they were travelling over a little hill "I suddenly saw a big white car appear right in front of us in our lane," she said. "It went so fast. It was less than a second later that the collision occurred." Antonia Joschko remembers her father attempting to evade a collision and steer to the right while somebody in the vehicle gasped. "Maybe it was his instinct, but I think my father saved my life that day," she told the court. According to the witness the collision occurred the moment her father tried to steer away. "I never lost consciousness, but I couldn't make out where I was. Only when the vehicle came to a stand-still,

Antonia Joschko and her lawyer Eberhard Seybold: Antonia Joschko, now 19 years old, testified in the Regional Court this week about what transpired on 29 December 2014, when she lost her father, mother and sister in a horror crash between Henties Bay and Swakopmund. A total of six people died that day

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Court Swakopmund Court Report Regional Court Albertus Beukes (50) and Don Wimmert (43) appeared on a charge of rape- unlawful carnal intercourse with a mentally challenged individual. The matter was postponed to 23 October for continuation of trial. The accused have been warned. Magistrate Court Moses Hanana (45) appeared on a charge of refusing to provide a specimen of breath of blood. The matter was postponed to 20 July for plea. The accused is on bail. Elia Hilithiwa Nambahu (26) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive blood-alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 18 July because the accused was absent. The accused is on bail. A 17-year old boy, Johannes Mbangula (19) Emad Mahoka (20) and Ginola Naukosho (19) appeared on a charge of theft from a motor vehicle which was properly locked. The matter was postponed to19 July for further investigation. The 17-year old boy and Ginola Naukosho were released in care of guardian while Johannes Mbangula and Emad Mahoka are on bail of N$3000 each. Leevi Iyambo (35) and Festus Amwaama (26) appeared on charges of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft, and defeating or obstructing the course of justice. The accused are at large and a warrant of arrest against the two accused was issued. Delvin Kahiri (20) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The accused was found not guilty and discharged. Fillip Tjivahe (19) and Andreas Byl (20) appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 10 August for bail application. The accused remains in custody. Kleopas Paulus (35) and Vilho Shaanika (28) appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 7 August for plea and trial. The accused remains in custody. A 16-year old boy appeared on a charge of theft from a motor vehicle which was properly locked. The matter was postponed to 9 August for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Norbet Katjikurupa (32) appeared on a charge of possession of potentially dangerous dependenceproducing drugs. The matter was postponed to 27 July for plea. The accused remains in custody. Thomas Inane (37) appeared on a charge of possession of a fire-arm without a license. The matter was postponed to 27 July for plea. The accused remains in custody.

Ralph Uiseb (20) appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 24 July for plea. The accused remains in custody. Joseph Hoa-khaob (37) appeared on a charge of dealing in a dependence producing substance. The matter was postponed to 28 August for lab results. The accused remains in custody. Lorencias Gaseb (22) appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 22 August for legal aid. The accused is on bail of N$2000. Absalom Mbadhi (26) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 5 September for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$1000. Robert Maletzky (42) appeared on a charge of possession of suspected stolen stock. The matter was postponed to 6 September for plea and trial. The accused remains in custody. Darius Gariseb (32) appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 7 August for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Sain Karipo (21) appeared on a charge of theft. The accused is at large and a warrant of arrest was issued. Eugene Geingob (19), Uutoni Ashipala (23), Jurgen Kalumbu (19) and Hafeni Mwandi (19) appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 13 August for tracing of accused. Eugene Geingob, Jurgen Kalumbu and Hafeni Mwandi remains in custody while Uutoni Ashipala is large. Trives Natangwe Trives (25) appeared on a charge of theft from person. The matter was postponed to 14 August for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Deon Gariseb (26) appeared on a charge of possession of potentially dangerous dependence –producing drugs. The matter was postponed to 16 October for lab results. The accused remains in custody. Erasmus Nashidengo (31) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 11 July for plea. The accused remains in custody. Festus Michael (20) appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 21 August for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Andy Rooi (28) appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 16 August for further investigation. The accused remains in custody.

Delivery goes wrong

Sharlien Tjambari

On Monday afternoon a Furnmart delivery vehicle with registration number N155-304W went missing in Swakopmund. The vehicle left Furnmart’s at 10:00 on a mission to deliver goods to a client near the Ugab-mouth north of Henties Bay, but it never returned that afternoon. With Monday afternoon approaching and both the driver and assistant not reachable by phone, the manager’s concerns grew. To make matters worse, the client to which the delivery was to be made was also not reachable. By Tuesday morning the vehicle was still missing and the driver and assistant still not reachable. The Police was notified. To everyone’s relief the driver and assistant arrived back at around 14:00 with the goods to be delivered still on the vehicle and intact. They explained to the manager they lost their way and instead took the Spitzkoppe road from Henties Bay. They drove all the way to the Brandberg Lodge. The manager expressed his relief that everyone is safe and that the client would at last get his goods.

AVIS vehicle thief last spotted at Hosea Kutako Intl. Airport Sharlien Tjambari Last week Friday a case of theft under false pretences was opened in Windhoek, after Joshua Hecht, who is believed to be in his forties, allegedly rented a vehicle at AVIS Rent- a-Car, presenting a false credit card. He disappeared. According to the police investigator in charge of the case, Hecht was seen in Swakopmund over this past weekend. He was accommodated at a bed and breakfast. A security video camera recording at Hosea Kutako International Airport's Puma fuel service station shows Hecht filling up the rented car on Monday afternoon around 16:00. Then he headed in the direction of Gobabis. "He had the vehicle’s hazards on. The investigator further explained the police knows Hecht very well. He was involved in similar incidents before and was released from prison late last year after serving time for the same type of offense. His modus operandi remains renting cars with false credit cards and bilking (not paying for accommodation). He confirmed Hecht is not a dangerous person, but he is a career criminal which can cost you dearly with his dishonesty. The investigator suspects Hecht did not reach Gobabis nor the border. He might have turned South. Lüderitz is apparently Hecht’s favourite place. "He is most likely again to book accommodation and then disappear when it is time to pay", said the inspector. The vehicle which was stolen from AVIS is a beige Volkswagen Polo with registration number N 119357 W. If you spot Hecht, Inspector Morgan at 0812474411.

Mothers lose patience with arrogant staff at Walvis Bay magistrates court Piquet Jacobs

A group of around thirty women lost their patience with staff of the Walvis Bay magistrates court on Wednesday, saying it is unacceptable that a computer system-outage at the court delays their maintenance payouts for nearly three weeks now. "This is unacceptable. We have to pay rent and we have to buy food and other necessities for our children. What landlord would accept you cannot pay your rent by the 7th of each month", one of the agitated women told namib times. A second women, with several nodding in agreement, say the problem is agitated by the arrogance of some of the court's employee. "They act thus if they do us a favour and they are arrogant, unhelpful and rude". "We are taking a stand now. Something need to be done to change the staff's attitude and for the Government to fix the system problems", they said. The mothers expressed their unhappiness saying officials have no interest in assisting them, or

answering their questions. The court only assists with maintenance payments on Wednesdays and Thursday until 13:00. Staff then only start with the payouts from 10:00 or 11:00. Those who have not been helped by 13:00 need to come back at another day. A reporter of the newspaper overheard and saw one of the court officials jumping up and attempting to help the women by applying a manuel system. It was met with even bigger frustration by the women. One who said her experience with the overwhelming majority of Government officials are they are arrogant, unhelpful and very little interested in their work.

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Container handling in the port of Walvis Bay remains on the quiet side. Only one container vessel is scheduled alongside for the weekend. Harrier Hunter (pictured above) arrives today to discharge and load containers. Fri 14 July 2017 High Tide: 05:27 Low Tide: 11:20 High Tide: 17:56 Low Tide: --

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Sat 15 July 2017 Low Tide: 00:00 High Tide: 06:15 Low Tide: 12:08 High Tide: 18:46

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Pre-schoolers in Swakopmund first to receive cancer apples Sharlien Tjambari

A total of nine pre-primary schools based in Mondesa and DRC and Christine’s soup kitchen, which feeds school children whose parents cannot afford to feed them after school, were the first to receive apples from Bank Windhoek’s Cancer Apple Project. Thanks to this initiative a total of 750 children received an apple on Tuesday. Last year, right about this time, after an facilities as you see fit", an email from him article about Christine’s Soup Kitchen was reads. published in namib times, a gentleman The teachers at the pre-schools were from Oranjemund called in and said he surprised and at first thought they had to wanted to donate apples to the soup pay for the apples the children was to kitchen. The soup kitchen received three receive. boxes of cancer apples and last week a total The pre-schools which received apples are: of 1000 cancer apples were dropped off at Pinocchio Day-Care and Pre-Primary, the namib times Swakopmund office again, Ngaturihonge Pre-School, Twahangana sponsored by the same person. Pre-Primary, Dorothea Day-Care school, The gentleman requested his name not to be Little Sweet Home Pre-School, New Age published, in a true gesture that the one Kindergarten, Peace Kindergarten, Future hand should not know what the other is Kids Pre-school, Smiley Kids Day Care Ngaturihonge Pre-School Kids and Pre-School. doing when giving to those in need. "Distribute to the needy pre-school

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Rule 65(4) APPLICATION: NOTICE OF MOTION (To Registrar and Respondent) IN THE HIGH COURT OF NAMIBIA (Main Division) Case Number: HC-MD-CIV-MOT-GEN-2017/00228 In the matter between: THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF WALVIS BAY and NEHALE LYAMPINGANA NAFIMANE MHANDA DANIEL HITUKWA MARIA HALWOODI JOLOCONI JOHANNES INOSESIA SHINOVANDU SHIHEPO OCCUPANTS OF ERVEN 6460 TO ERVEN 5777 KUISEBMUND THE DEPUTY SHERIFF FOR THE DISTRICT OF WALVIS BAY THE REGIONAL COMMANDER OF THE NAMIBIAN POLICE FOR THE DISTRICT OF WALVIS BAY INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE NAMIBIAN POLICE

APPLICANT 1st RESPONDENT 2nd RESPONDENT 3rd RESPONDENT 4th RESPONDENT 5th RESPONDENT 6th RESPONDENT 7th RESPONDENT 8th RESPONDENT 9th RESPONDENT 10th RESPONDENT

TAKE NOTICE that (hereinafter THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF WALVIS BAY called the applicant) intends to make application to this court for an order 1 Condoning the Applicant's non-compliance with the forms and service provided for by the rulesof the above Honourable Court and hearing this application as one of urgency in terms of Rule 73(3) of the rules of this Honourable Court; 2 That a rule nisi be issued calling upon the First to the Seventh Respondents to show cause (if any) on a day to be determined by the Honourable Court why an order in the following terms should not be made final: 2.1 Declaring that the First to Seventh Respondents (and all those who through them) are illegally occupying: 2.1.1 Erven 6460 to 6466, Erven 6489 to 6492, Granite Street, Kuisebmund, Walvis Bay, Erongo Region. 2.1.2 Erven 6470 to 6475, Atlas Street, Kuisebmund, WalvisBay, Erongo Region. 2.1.3 Erven 6476 to 6481 Kilimanjaro Street, Kuisebmund, Walvis Bay, Erongo Region; and 2.1.4 Remainder of Erf 192 and Erf 5777, Kuisebmund, Walvis Bay, Erongo Region. 2.2 Evicting and directing the First to the Seventh Respondents to vacate together with their possessions and all those who through them occupy the Erven referred to in paragraph 2.1 (above) within ten (10) days of the order of the Honourable Court. 3 That the relief sought in paragraphs 2.1 to 2.2 shall operate as an interm interdict with immediate effect, pending the return date of the above Rule Nisi. 4 That the Deputy-Sheriff for the District of Walvis Bay assisted by the Namibian Police is hereby authorized to assist the Applicant or anybody else under the Applicant to gain access to and obtain occupation of the Erven referred to in paragraph 2.1 (above) on the eleventh (11th) day following the Order of the Honourable Court referred to in Paragraphs 2.1 and 2.2 (above). 5 That any of the First to the Seventh Respondents who may oppose this application must pay the costs of this application on a scale as between attorney and own client. 6 Further and/or alternative relief. and that the accompanying affidavit of Muronga Haingura will be used in support thereof. TAKE NOTICE FURTHER that the applicant has appointed Tjombe–E lago Inc. of The Village 18, Liliencron Street , Windhoek , Namibia, Namibia. at which he or she will accept notice and service of all process in these proceedings. TAKE NOTICE FURTHER that if you intend to oppose this application you are required to1 notify applicant's legal practitioner in writing within 0 days from date of service of this application, of your intention to oppose this application, by service a copy of your intention to oppose on applicant at the address stated herein and filing the original at the registrar 2 and within 14 days of the service of notice of your intention to oppose, to file your answering affidavits, if any and further that you are required to appoint in such notification an address within a flexible radius from the court, referred to in rule 65(5) at which you will accept notice and service of all documents in these proceedings. If no notice of intention to oppose is given, the application will be moved on the 07th day of July 2017 at 09:00 AM. DATED at Windhoek on this 04th day of July 2017.

Georgitte Losper Legal practitioner for the applicant Tjombe–Elago Inc. The Village 18 Liliencron Street Windhoek Namibia Namibia Office Reference Number: MAS8/0013 Tel: 061-308 841 Fax: 088 613 678

Registrar

TO: Nehale Lyampingana District of Walvis Bay, Erongo Region, Namibia Authorize Code: ZiwLZB Nafimane Mhanda District of Walvis Bay, Erongo Region, Namibia Authorize Code: VwV8no Daniel Hitukwa District of Walvis Bay, Erongo Region Authorize Code: UCNJtU Maria Halwoodi District of Walvis Bay, Erongo Region Authorize Code: Kzd9Gk Joloconi Johannes District of Walvis Bay, Erongo Region Authorize Code: EZRQHz Inosesia Shinovandu Shihepo District of Walvis Bay, Erongo Region Authorize Code: FhvFfK Occupants of Erven 6460 to Erven 5777 Kuisebmund District of Walvis Bay, Erongo Region Authorize Code: ezkN5R The Deputy Sheriff For the District of Walvis Bay District of Walvis Bay, Erongo Region Authorize Code: 7hcAnd The Regional Commander of the Namibian Police For the District of Walvis Bay District of Walvis Bay, Erongo Region Authorize Code: 3Usq29 Inspector General Of the Namibian Police Windhoek, Namibia Authorize Code: DQexTF And TO: Registrar of the High Court Main Division Windhoek

The Applicant wishes to inform the first to the seventh Respondents(or any other interested persons) that they may obtain copies of the application together with all its supporting papers from the offices of Masiza Law Chambers at 246 Nangolo Mbumba Drive Walvis Bay, should they wish to obtain such copies and exercise their rights herein.


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Want to split the restaurant bill? FNB Geopayment makes it possible Press Release

Geopayment is another first for Namibia where customers can split a bill at a restaurant and pull payment to one card, thereby making sharing of the restaurant bill or buying of gifts easier for our customers. "You will find this function on the FNB App under Geopayments. Two App users should select Geo payments and pair their phones together. After pairing, you can make a transfer from one account to another with no need for setting up conventional payment with all the banking details", says FNB Namibia's Desery van Wyk, Manager of Digital Channels. “We are proud of yet another addition to our Ends vast range of products and services as this Note to Editor: allows our customers to make payments to How to make a Geo payment using the FNB anybody in their vicinity. An added feature to App: · Login to your APP the bank's mobile App, Geo Pay allows FNB · Select payments customers to transact with even greater ease · Select once-off option and convenience. It allows you to find and pay · Select Geo-payments other FNB App users within a 500m radius · Select Pay someone without having to add their bank account · Select Person you wish to pay details" van Wyk continues. · Scroll to change the default amount Focusing on person-to-person transactions, · Enter the amount Geo Pay is a service that utilises cellular · Select pay triangulation, Wi-Fi and/or GPS. There is no · Select confirm need to exchange banking details with anybody, as the service authenticates by means of the application's existing Receive a Geo Payment: programming interface. Using Geo Pay, you · Select Geo Payments can make payments from as little as N$1, with · Select Receive a payment the limit set at the user's daily transaction · Select confirm limit, up to N$35 000.

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Team Namibia Highlights its Support for Sustainable Economic Development Press Release

Team Namibia held its annual general meeting on 5th July 2017 under the theme "stimulating economic growth through the consumption of local products and services". Team Namibia, with Pieter Greeff, chair Namibia. He also its ultimate goal of of the board of Team motivated businesses making significant Namibia emphasised for the private sector, c o n t r i b u t i o n t o procurement prac- the public sector and Namibia's sustain- tices in Namibia society to work as a able economic deve- needed to be chang- team to obtain the goals and objectives lopment had invited ed. t h e m i n i s t e r o f He said: "We believe o f Vi s i o n 2 0 3 0 , economic planning that if we increase the which will ultimately and secretary gene- level of local demand enable Namibia to ral of the Namibia through effective reach major ecoPlanning Commis- procurement practi- nomic milestones. sion, Honourable Mr ces, we can increase Mr Tom Alweendo Tom Alweendo to our own production urged Team Namibia address its members capacities. We then members to be deterat the annual general can invest in con- mined even during meeting. tinued improve-ment challenges and emWelcoming the au- to reach optimal boldened the audience, chairman of standards and quan- dience by saying: the board of Team tities needed to com- "Vision 2030 is going Namibia, Mr Pieter pete locally, regio- to be achieved by all Greeff said that nally and interna- of us, because together as a team we Team Namibia con- tionally". tributes to inclusive The minister of eco- are stronger. sustainable eco- nomic planning and "We all have a role to nomic development secretary general of play, the difference by advocating the the Namibia Plan- between what is poscreation of local ning Commission, sible and what is markets for locally Honourable Mr Tom impossible is only produced goods and Alweendo applauded the determination we the efforts of Team have. services. As such the member- Namibia and its We can do what needs to be done, we b a s e d n a t i o n a l members. organisation colla- He encouraged the have proven that we borates in the efforts audience to further can do what needs to o f e m p l o y m e n t build strong alliances be done to solve creation, the gene- and partnerships challenges we have ration of income and where everyone con- faced in the past ultimately in the tributes to ensuring a therefore let us build permanent reduction significant change in on the achievements of poverty. t h e e c o n o m y o f we have reached and

Die woordjie “dankie” is so 'n klein woordjie wat so baie moet sê….. Die dankbaarheid wat Huis Palms teenoor die publiek en al die donateurs moet uitspreek om ons basaar van 1 Julie 2017 so 'n REUSE sukses te maak, kan onmoontlik in een klein dankie saamgevat word. Hiermee wil ons uit ons harte BAIE DANKIE aan almal sê wat ons kom ondersteun en help het. Almal wat ietsie geskenk het. Die voortreflike pannekoekbakkers. Die vrolike entosiastiese braaispan van Helping Hands wat vir baie pret gesorg het. Die tee- en koffiemakers by die teetuin, die mense wat agter die poedingtafel gehelp het. Almal wat hul talent en interessante ware by die stalletjies kom tentoonstel het. Die wat gesorg het vir vermaak vir die kinders, en ook die springkasteel. Die jong mans by die koeldranktafel wat gehelp het, baie dankie vir julle hulp. Die boere wat vleis geskenk het. Al die donasies vir die heerlikste poedings, koeke en ook die pannekoek….Ria van Wyk vir al die insameling van die gebak en donasies…… Baie dankie aan Dewald du Plessis vir die musiek….. jy het beslis tot die wonderlike atmosfeer bygedra ! ALMAL stem saam dat die basaar 'n geseënde dag vol vreugde was. BAIE DANKIE WALVISBAAI! Helping Hands se span*Rent-A-Toilet* Spot-On Catering* Namib Bowls Club* Guan's Packaging *Monica Lotter & pannekoekspan* Ds Vian du Plessis*M&M Signs*Ansie Prosser & Span*Lynn van der Walt*Cobus Louw* Dirk & Anita Kotze* Joanie Du Toit* Louis Sachse* Hester van der Gryp* Meisie du Plessis* Magda Grunschloss* Rina van Staden* Melanie van den Berg* Adelaine Bruwer* Jaco Smit* Volkmar Heydt* Oosthuyzen Familie* Percy van Zyl* Rousseau Hill* Cobus Lotter* Mev Walther* Heidi Hill* Corlia Vorster* Uli Keller* Suzanne Pienaar* Francis Joubert* Elsa Stolze* Martha Burger* Michelle Heyns* Charmaine Dreyer* Almal wat poedings gebring het *Almal se wol, boeke; handwerk en witolifant skenkings* Almal wat stalletjies gehuur het* Thimo Sheehama* Petrus Elago* Sakkie Indongo* Titus David* Mateus Titus (Bennie)* Enige persone wat nie genoem is nie……..Hartlike dank!

move forward". The event was held at the Namibia University of Science and Technology Hotel School on 5 July 2017 and also hosted an interactive networking session where Team Namibia service providers had the opportunity to exhibit their services to the attendants of the annual general meeting. The members approved the appointment of Elzita Beukes, FNB Group Communications Manager, in the Marketing and Communications team of FNB, and Jan Coetzee, who is the founder and managing director of Headway Consulting as new directors of the 13-member board for the organisation. Team Namibia also shared its new high

level strategic focus, which will predominantly focus on the opportunities it will leverage on for its members as well as the goals that the organisation hopes to achieve under its threefold focused initiatives of: stimulating consumer confidence, inspiring competitive standards and impacting economic sustainability. The organisation also focuses on supporting the development of entrepreneurship and further enhancing the capacities of small to medium sized enterprises, in view of sustainable economic development and growth. With this in mind, Team Namibia received the approval of funding from Embassy of Finland for the training and men-

toring of SME's in Katutura. In December and J a n u a r y, Te a m Namibia's efforts were focused on raising awareness of the initiative and mobilising beneficiaries. Over 400 applications to participate in the programme were received. Interviews to select the Top 25 will commence during the first week of August 2017. Issued by: Team Namibia For more information contact: Faith Arnat, Marketing Officer Tel. 061-417 410 The organisation is managed by the consultancy of Global Progressive Synergy under the leadership of Bärbel Kirchner who is also the consulting General Manager at the CIF.

Team Namibia has moved to new offices and is now located at the corner of Stein and Schwabe Street, in Klein Windhoek. The office is open to the public from 08:00-13:00, and is closed for administrative purposes in the afternoons. Team Namibia can be reached on Tel. 061-417410 and via e-mail on info@ team-namibia.com


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Economic Recession and Investment Growth

Namibia's economic recession has caused questions from clients about the relationship between investment performance and economic growth. Should long-term investors hide in higher-returning cash products? Over the short term anything can change the markets, including unsubstantiated rumours and insignificant events. Over the long term, fundamental factors move markets. However, markets and economies do not trend together perfectly – they have different drivers and react at different speeds. Share markets are forward-looking and they discount future company earnings back to today's values. They are therefore ± 2 years ahead of the current economic cycle and they recover while the economy is still in recession. This can

be seen in the business cycle graph above, where the share market expands before the economy picks up (as in March 2009), and falls before the recession (as in 2016/2017). It starts to recover while the economy is still in recession. As we cannot time this, it is better to stay in the market and benefit from the

current low prices which buy us many units. The recovery will come and we want to enjoy this and not miss out on the fast and initial surge in share prices. We can also see from the graph below that for the 2012 to 2017 period the Namibian Stock Exchange (the line graph) moves very differently from

Bond markets look at current and future consumer inflation and discount it into today's prices and yields for bonds of various maturities. With inflation under control in SA and short-term interest rates probably being lowered towards the end of the year to stimulate domestic demand (spending by you and me J), bonds may be making some capital profits. Lower short-term interest rates mean cash and deposit rates being offered by the commercial banks will also become less attractive. Furthermore, over the next year the Namibian Government is increasing the level at which we should hold domestic assets in our investments, from 35% to 45%. Forced inflows into the Namibian cash and bonds market will put further downward pressure on interest rates and lower the returns on our cash products. The good news is, it will probably push Namibian share prices up. Cash products are not the answer. It scarcely beat

consumer inflation over the long-term which means you cannot maintain your living standard – the same amount buys less and less at Spar and Shoprite L! Cash is a parking place and should be used for an emergency fund and as a building block in an investment portfolio. Many studies have shown that you have to be simultaneously invested in the various markets to enjoy the inflation-beating long-term returns on offer from a properly diversified investment portfolio. This is what increases your standard of living – compounding of real investment returns above inflation for long periods of time. Real returns are obtained from real assets, namely from listed property, local and foreign shares. If you are not in the markets, your investor return will be less than the investment returns you could have had as shown in the behavior gap graph below.

The reason is we do not know when the good market days are coming, and to time them correctly we have to be correct (in or out of the markets) 3 out of every 4 times. That is an accuracy rate of 75% which is impossible for anyone to achieve. It is these emotional or panicky movements in and out of markets – cashing out at low points and investing in at high points – that hurt your investor return, because if the best analysts cannot get this right how can you? Thus, stay with your investment plan – stick with your investment aim, investment term, investment

product, investment portfolio and your Financial Adviser. If you are interested in new investments please contact me to discuss these issues. If you are unsure about existing investments, please contact me for a review or for a second opinion. Hendrie Scheun, MSc (Financial Economics) (London), ACFP (Investments) (UFS) and CFS® is a qualified economist with wide international and local experience. He is a Senior Financial Adviser at the Namibian coast focusing on savings and investments and can be reached on (064) 215 326 or 081 127 2244.


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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 July: His House Tri Sport Event, Golf Corporate Day. * 15 July: MOTH Wreathlaying ceremony at memorial at Usakos/ Delville Wood 11h00. * 28 July: Sunshine Centre presents - Celebrating Hope for Every Child - The “Kulila’’ Song by Yvonne Chaka Chaka at Walvis Bay Muncipal Hall at 19:00. *29 Julie: Bethel Congregational Kerk, Basaar vanaf 09:00 op kerkgronde, Narraville. * 29 July - 2 Aug: The Arts of Senses Exhibition from 10:00 - 21:00 at Strand Hotel Welwitschia Lounge. * 1 Aug: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Christen Gemeente om 09:00. Waka Walfisch Karneval 2017:at Atlantis Sport Club Hall 04 Aug: Prinzenball/ Büttenabend 05 Aug: Wakika (Kinder) 11 Aug: International Evening 12 Aug: Float Procession through Sam Nujoma Ave from 11:11 Kehraus from 13:00 09 Aug: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 26 & 27 Aug: Moth Congress (venue to be confirmed). * 5 Sep: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Volle Evangeliese Kerk om 09:00. * 13 Sep: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00. * 24 Sep: Moth Parade International Day of Peace . * 24 Sep:Lagoon Park Family Market from 9am-1pm with the theme “Oktoberfest” * 29-30 Sep: R.K. St Petrus Kerk basaar Narraville * 3 Okt: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by AME Kerk Kuisebmond om 09:00. * 4 Oct: Ramos Blood Drives. * 6 - 7 Oct: 18th Fish Eagle Rally at Sparta United Club, Walvis Bay. * 11 Oct: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 22 Oct: Moth Parade at Shellhole Remembrance of Battle of El Alamein 11h00. * 25 - 28 Oct: 11th Namport Erongo Business & Tourism Expo. LOST AND FOUND * 7 Nov: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by My Fathers House om 09:00. * 8 Nov: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00. * 12 Nov: Moth Remembrance Day Parade at Harries Park Memorial. * 5 Des: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Evangeliese Sending Kerk om 09:00. ***************

SWAKOPMUND * Bridge: The Swakopmund Bridge club meets every Monday evening at 19:00 at Lions Old Age Home. Contact: Ed Barbour 064-405 604. * Swakopmund Toastmasters: Meet every first and third Monday of the month at the Europa Hof Hotel, Bismarck Str 39, Swakopmund, Namibia from 19:00 - 20:30. * Every Saturday: Flea Market & fresh produce outside Wild Rocket Cafe Kriess Arcade from 08:30 - 12:00. * “Vogelzählung an der Küste” (Bird counting at the coast) Ein Vortrag von Dr. Helmut Kohlberg Datum: Am 13. Juli 2017 um 18h00 im Swakopmunder Museum Frei Eintritt, Kollekte * 19 July: Ramos Blood Drives. * 29 July: Flea Market (breakfast brötchens/lucky dip/pancakes/ light lunch), to be held at Haus Der Jugend from 07:00, organised by The Organisation for Caring for People with Disabilities. For more information please contact Almut 081 299 1902 or Carol-Ann 081 209 8169. * 30 July: Sunday Market at the Green Centre, 5 Libertina Amathila Ave from 9am–1pm. Entrance opposite A La Mer Guesthouse. Arts, Crafts, Food, Drinks, great atmosphere and much more! Contact Bea 081 69 29 072. * 26 Aug: Cake Sale to be held in front of Standard Bank from 08:00, organised by The Organisation for Caring for People with Disabilities. For more information please contact Almut 081 299 1902 or Carol-Ann


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14 JULY 2017 LIQUOR ACT, 1998 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO A MAGISTRATE IN TERMS OF THE LIQUOR ACT, 1998 Notice is hereby given that an application in terms of the Liquor Act, 1998, particulars of which appear below, will be made to the Magistrate of the District of Walvis Bay. 1. Name and postal address of applicant: Corina Kruger, P O Box 3081, Walvis Bay. 2. Name of licensed business to which application relates: R e s t a u r a n t & B a r, Corina Kruger T/A Erik’s Cove 3. Address/location of licensed premises to which application relates: Langstrand/Long Beach Portion 42 4. Nature and details of application: Restaurant and Bar Liquor Licence 5. Where application will be lodged: Walvis Bay Magistrate’s Court. 6. Date on which application will be lodged: 31 July 2017. 7. Date of meeting of Committee at which application will be heard:13September 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.

An equal opportunity Employer MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY The Town Council of Walvis Bay offers the following opportunity to Namibian Ben Jacobs Citizens: DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MANAGER: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT (PATERSON GRADE LEVEL D2) Purpose of the Job To manage the Economic Development Division to effectively optimise Walvis Bay's tourism potential, and to promote local economic development and investment opportunities in Walvis Bay through the strategic development, marketing, promotion and sustainable utilisation of existing and potential products and resources. To ensure the provision of museum facilities and services to the residents and visitors of the town and to ensure the effective management of council's resorts. Key Performance Areas Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ

Planning and advice Development / promotion of Business sector Development /promotion of tourism and management of resorts. Investment Promotion Museum Operations Divisional Management

Qualifications and Experience Minimum Educational Qua lifica tion and Ex perience Requirements

B Degree with an economics or any bu sin ess related qualification, with 6 years re leva nt experience, of which at least three years should have b een in a superviso ry / managerial cap acity. OR B-Tech degree with an economics or an y b usiness related qualification, with 8 years re leva nt experience, of which at least three years should have b een in a superviso ry / managerial cap acity. OR 3-year diplo ma with an economics or an y b usiness related qualification, with 10 years rele vant exp erience, of which at lea st three years should have b een in a superviso ry / managerial cap acity.

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Remuneration: The remuneration package will be market related, inclusive of competitive service benefits. Applicants are advised to apply by forwarding a cover letter and a comprehensive CV to: The Acting General Manager: Human Resources and Corporate Services Private Bag 5017 Walvis Bay Further information is obtainable from the Human Resources Practitioner, Mr J Uys at telephone number 064 - 2013204. Attachments of the relevant documents are a must and applications without these will not be considered. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted. Closing date: Friday, 28 July 2017 Notice No. 37/2017

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An der Atlantikküste,in der Namibwüste Möchten Sie zeigen, wie es um Namibias Straßenverkehr bestellt ist? Melden Sie sich bei Susann Kinghorn; Tel. 405183 oder 0812538850; E-Mail: susannkinghorn @gmail.com

A Night of Musicals

Worte der Woche Es gibt Leute, die Magengeschwüre haben, und Leute, die Magengeschwüre verursachen. Aus den USA Ständig gehetzte Zeitgenossen vermitteln den Eindruck, daß sie ihr Leben unbedingt in Rekordzeit hinter sich bringen wollen. Ernst Ferstl (*1955), österreichischer Lehrer, Dichter und Aphoristiker Wer sowieso schon genug um den Hals hat, sollte nicht auch noch eine Krawatte drumhängen Willy Meurer (*1934), deutsch-kanadischer Kaufmann, Aphoristiker und Publizist Auch der Streß hat etwas für sich: Er gibt einem das Gefühl, daß man gebraucht wird. Unbekannt Seit alle gestreßt sind, macht Gestresstsein viel weniger Spaß. Walter Ludin (*1945), Schweizer Journalist, Redakteur, Aphoristiker und Buchautor Was uns am meisten nervt, ist unser letzter Nerv. Brigitte Fuchs (*1951), Schweizer Autorin, Lyrikerin, Sprachspielerin Stress ist eine Ausrede, um nicht zuhören zu müssen. Alain Wirth (*1977), Medizintechniker

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Swakopmund (sk) Lassen Sie sich die Nacht der Musicals am 19. und 20. Juli um 18h00 Uhr in der Horst-Fritze-Aula der Privatschule Swakopmund nicht entgehen. Ob Dschungelbuch, Grease, Frozen, Die Kinder der Prärie, Ma-

Frachtschiff Eduard Woermann Die Eduard Woermann wurde von der Hamburger Reederei Woermann ab Ende 1904 als Frachtschiff nach Südwestafrika eingesetzt. Das Schiff war als Alabama für die in Bremen ansässige Argo Reederei und deren Dienst zu den US-amerikanischen Golfhäfen entstanden. Bei Kriegsausbruch im August 1914 befand sich das Schiff in Rotterdam. 1916 konnte es nach Hamburg überführt werden. 1919 musste das Schiff an die Siegermächte ausgeliefert werden und ry Poppins oder Mamma Mia - die Schüler der Klassen 1 bis 7 haben sich hier etwas Besonderes ausgedacht, um ihrer Schule eine kleine Finanzspritze zu verpassen . Karten zu N$ 40,(Kinder unter 6 Jahren zahlen nur die Hälfte)

Die Eduard Woermann, hier auf einer Briefmarke zu sehen, war 1904 als Alabama von der ebenfalls in Bremen ansässigen Argo Reederei gekauft worden. sind im Sekretariat der PSS bei Mechthild Putzler erhältlich. Erfrischungen, eine Gulaschsuppe, Süßigkeiten und andere kleine Leckereien werden an den Abenden zum Verkauf angeboten.

Quiz - Kaffeebecher

Swakopmund (sk) Stellen Sie sich einmal vor, sie gehen in ein Cafè und bringen ihre eigene Kaffeetasse mit. Ja, es gibt tatsächlich ein Lokal in unserer Küstenmetropole, wo es möglich ist, sich einen Take-awayKaffee in den eigenen Becher gießen zu lassen, wobei man N$ 2,einspart. Warum bietet diese Kaffeestube das an? Nun, weil das Management und Personal umweltbewusst ist. Für die Pappbecher, in dem so ein Coffee to go verkauft wird, werden nämlich Wälder abgeholzt und Millionen Liter Wasser verschwendet. In diesem Jahr hat vor allem Deutschland den Kampf gegen EinwegKaffeebecher angesagt. München verbietet ihn. Die Deutsche Bahn gibt 20 Cent Rabatt, wenn die Kunden auf einen Pappbecher verzichten, der höchstens 7 Cent kostet. In Freiburg startete vergangenen Herbst ein Pfandbecher-System, an dem sich 80 Cafés und Bäckereien beteiligen. Wenn Sie erraten können, welches Cafè in Swakopmund diese Initiative anbietet, schicken Sie ihre Antwort bis zum 17. Juli an

Der biologisch abbaubare Becher aus Bambusfaser und Mais für Take-Away-Kaffee ist ultraleicht und geruchlos. Foto: Susann Kinghorn susannkinghorn @gmail.com Es gibt drei Preise zu gewinnen: 1. Einen Kaffeebecher aus Bambus (120 g) und 250 g Kaffeebohnen im Werte von N$ 310,-; 2. Einen Kaffeebecher aus Bambus (80 g) und 250 g Kaffeebohnenim Werte von N$ 290,-; 3. Einen Kaffeebecher aus Bambus (120 g) im Werte von N$ 230,-. Die Gewinner werden am 21. Juli auf diesen Seiten bekannt gegeben.

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fuhr bei der britischen Union-Castle Line. Von 1921 bis 1933 befand es sich unter norwegischer Flagge und wurde in Hanna Skogland umgetauft. Eine weitere Umbenennung erfolgte 1930 in Modesta, bevor das Schiff in Japan abgewrackt wurde.

Konzert: Korrektur! Die Karten für das Konzert des Orchesters der Verbandsgemeinde Kell am See am Montag, den 17.Juli um 19:00 Uhr im Spitzkoppe-Saal 1 und 2 des Swakopmund Hotel und Entertainment Centres kosten leider nicht nur N$ 10,, wie fälschlicherweise in der namib times vergangener Woche angegeben wurde. Sie kosten auch nicht N$ 100,- wie die Pressemitteilung angab. Nachfragen, die unternommen wurden, nachdem eine Leserin mich auf den falschen Betrag aufmerksam gemacht hatte, haben ergeben, dass eine Karte N$ 150,- pro

Person kostet. Kinder und Jugendliche bis 16 Jahre haben freien Eintritt. Erhältlich sind die Karten bei NAKARA in der Swakopmunder Brauhausarkade Tel: +264 64 405907 Susann Kinghorn


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An der Atlantikküste,in der Namibwüste Annette Kellerman: erste Frauenrechtlerin

Annette Marie Sarah Kellerman war eine populäre australische Schwimmerin und Filmdarstellerin, die Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts als „Australian Mermaid“ bekannt war, 1905 den einteiligen Badeanzug für Frauen populär machte und mit der ersten Nacktszene einer Hauptdarstellerin im Film „A Daughter of the Gods“ (1916) Aufsehen erregte. Sie wurde 1887 in Sydney in Australien geboren und verstarb 1975 mit 88 Jahren in Southport. In diesem Jahr jährte sich ihr Geburtstag zum 130. Mal. In ihrer frühen Kindheit litt Annette Kellerman unter einer nicht genau zu definierenden Behinderung, möglicherweise den Folgen von Poliomyelitis. Um ihre Beinmuskeln zu stärken, ließen ihre Eltern sie schwimmen lernen. Im Alter von 13 Jahren hatte sie dadurch das Handicap überwunden und beherrschte alle Schwimmstile ihrer Zeit. Sie gewann etliche Schwimmwettbewerbe In der folgenden Zeit musste sie allerdings ihre Talente weniger aus sportlichen Gründen nutzen als vielmehr, um ihre Familie zu unterstützen. Da ihr Vater, ein Musiker, keine Engagements fand, zeigte sich Annette unter anderem im Exhibition Aquarium und trat in Schwimmshows auf. Ab 1905 war sie in Europa zu sehen, unter anderem in Konkurrenz zur damals besten österreichischen Schwimmerin Isa Cescu, die sie

Ganz locker vom Höckerchen Erongo Plateau Camp: optimalstes Lebenstempo! Liebe Küstenleser! Obwohl wir durch das internationale elektronische Netzwerk und Transportmittel aller Art in Form von Flugzeug, Schiff oder Eisenbahn irgendwie miteinander verbunden sind, gibt es doch sehr unterschiedliche Lebensweisen auf dieser zerbrechlichen Erdkugel, die unseren Lebensraum ausmacht. Neulich schickte mein Mann mir eine Mail mit einem Videoclip über die schnellste Eisenbahn der Welt, die mit 600 km/h über den Globus rast. Die japanische Magnetschwebebahn Maglev soll zum Jahr 2027 Tokio mit der Industriestadt Nagoya verbinden. Mmmh, ich habe mich als namibisches Kind immer riesig gefreut, wenn eine Eisenbahnfahrt angesagt war. Dann fuhr man in einem alten, blauen Dampfzug mit höchstens 160 km/h über die 107 cm breite Kapschmalspur und schaute sich, magisch gebannt, die urige Landschaft an, während der

meinen beiden Söhnen im Erongo Plateau Camp und sehe um mich herum Büsche, Bäume, Granitkegel, Vögel und strahlend blauen Himmel. Übrigens kann ich nicht anders, als von diesem Camp der Farm Eileen zu schwärmen. Es gibt dort nur vier Campingplätze, alle sauber und minimalis-

tisch mit Natursteinen in die Natur eingebettet. Oliver und Conny Kayser, die beide in Windhoek berufstätig sind, haben hier mit dem owambosprachigen Israel Mbudu im Februar 1998 auf der elterlichen Farm Eileen ein kleines Paradies aus dem Nichts zu errichten begonnen. Das Ehepaar konnte

nichts mitgenommen oder gar zerstört werden. Der Campingplatz hat warme Duschen sowie Spültoiletten, jedes Camp hat eine Feuer-

1907 wurde Annette Kellerman wegen Erregung öffentlichen Ärgernisses festgenommen – ihre sportliche Badebekleidung, ein eng anliegender Einteiler, wurde als zu unanständig empfunden. Doch ihre Argumentation vor Gericht wurde anerkannt und führte letzten Endes dazu, dass die Vor Freiheitsgefühl ausgestreckte Arme neben den Zweigen eines Schwimmkleidung für Frauen nun zweck“Flaschenbaums” (Moringa ovalifolia) auf einem der Wanderwege mäßiger und ungefährlicher wurde. im Erongo Plateau Camp. Im Hintergrund ist der Kranzberg zu Foto: Per Mail erhalten! sehen, der zum äußersten Osten des Erongogebirges gehört. 1906 mit Leichtigkeit men zu sehen; ihre Fotos: Susann Kinghorn auf einem 36 km lan- spektakulärste Filmsich damals mit Israel gen Abschnitt der Do- szene war in dem Holstelle (das Bratrost nur per Mimik und nau schlug. muss allerdings selbst lywood-Film A DaughGestik verständigen. Durch ihr Elternhaus ters of Gods, in dem mitgebracht werden) Er hatte keine Schule früh an öffentliche Auf- sie, - wenn auch an den und einen eigenen besucht und sprach tritte gewöhnt, be- entscheidenden KörWasseranschluss. kaum Englisch. Inschloss sie, in den USA perteilen züchtig beSagen wir es doch einzwischen ist diese gute als Australian Mermaid deckt - vollständig fach wieder mal: NaSeele des Camps, die und Diving Venus ins nackt auftrat. 1970 mibia ist ein Land, in all die Wanderwege geShowbusiness einzu- zog sie zurück nach dem es sich trotz Vetbaut und die Wassertauchen. ternwirtschaft, KorAustralien, wo sie fünf rohre gelegt hat, im Im Jahr 1974 wurde sie Jahre später an der ruption und zunehRuhestand und Elia in die Ruhmeshalle des Gold Coast starb. Sie mender Kriminalität zu empfängt heute die i n t e r n a t i o n a l e n überlebte ihren Eheleben lohnt, weil der Gäste. Auch kann man Schwimmsports auf- mann, mit dem sie 65 Schöpfer oder Evolubei ihm Holz kaufen. genommen. tionsguru nicht an Jahre lang verheiratet Es ist strengstens verDurch ihre Inhaftie- gewesen war, um nur einmaligen, faszinieboten, Holz zu samrung wegen ihrer da- sechs Tage. renden Landschaften meln, denn dem Ehemals als unanständig gespart hat. paar Kayser geht es um geltenden Badebeklei- Quellen: https://de. Das jedenfalls meint die Bewahrung dieser dung wurde die Film- wikipedia.org/wiki/A Wie arm wären wir Namibier ohne das waIhre kleinen Oase des Frieindustrie auf sie auf- nnette_Kellerman bernde Lagerfeuer und den Geruch von Susann Kinghorn dens. Selbstverständmerksam. Annette Kel- und https://geboren. brennendem Kameldornholz? Holz gibt es lich darf auch sonst lerman, die 1912 ihren am/person/annette- im Erongo Plateau Camp zu kaufen. Manager James Sul- kellerman Eisenhengst unter eilivan geheiratet hatte, nem meditativ-monowar in mehreren Filton dahin galoppierte. Ich glaube kaum, dass es das Ziel der japanischen Maglev ist, Passagieren die Möglichkeit zu bieten, beNEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH schaulich aus dem Fenster zu schauen. Vielmehr soll dieser Gepard eines Schnellzuges bis zum Jahre 2027 so verfeinert werden, dass die 280 Kilometer lange Fahrt zwischen Tokio und Nagoya um rund 40 Minuten verkürzt werden kann. Während man in Japan mit 600 km/h durch Auf einem der Wanderwege beim Erongo Plateau Camp begegunterirdische Tunnel neten wir dieser Hornviper (Cerastes cerastes), die träge in der rast, sitze ich mit Sonne lag und ihr Mahl verdaute.

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An equal opportunity Employer MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY The Town Council of Walvis Bay offers the following opportunity to Namibian Citizens: DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES & CORPORATE SERVICES HUMAN RESOURCES PRACTITIONER: TRAINING AND ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (PATERSON GRADE LEVEL C3) Purpose of the Job Provides expert inputs in the design, implementation and coordinates programs and policies that increase efficiency, effectiveness, strengthen employee knowledge and abilities, improve leadership and maintains the organisational culture, organisational structure and the overall health of the organization. The HRP: Training and OD coordinates and liaises with Departments within the Municipality to identify organizational challenges and to set the targets of organizational change through training and other support programs to meet those targets. The incumbent reports to the Manager: Human Resources.

WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Place of Instruction (Pre-School & Day-Care Centre) ON ERF: 2194 TOWNSHIP: Kuisebmond STREET: Breemond Str. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Day Care Centre on the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 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 July 2017.

Key Performance Areas Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ

Policies and procedures Training and Education Interventions Job Attachments, Internship and Bursary Scheme OD Interventions Organisational Establishment Dialogue Program

Qualifications and Experience Minimum Educational Qualification and Experience Requirements

NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Martha Ndeshipenda P.O.Box 5489, Walvis Bay Special Requirements

3 year Diploma in Human Resource Management or equivalent plus at least 5 years' experience in a generalist human resources position with an emphasis in Training and Organisation Development OR B Degree in Human Resource Management or equivalent plus at least 3 years' experience in a generalist human resources position with an emphasis in Training and Organisation Development Code B Driving Licence

WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Self Catering Unit ON ERF: 0009 TOWNSHIP: Walvis Bay STREET: 1st Street North, Meersig In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Self Catering Unit on the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 106D, Civic Centre. Any person having any objection to the approval of this application, must lodge such objection, together with grounds thereof, with the General Manager: Roads and Building Control, (Town Planning), Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay and the undersigned, in writing, not later than 28 July 2017. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Ramos Realtors, P.O.Box 3213 Walvis Bay

WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Self Catering Unit ON ERF: 0071 TOWNSHIP: Walvis BAY STREET:Second Road Nr.12 , Lagoon In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Self Catering Unit on the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 106D, Civic Centre. Any person having any objection to the approval of this application, must lodge such objection, together with grounds thereof, with the General Manager: Roads and Building Control, (Town Planning), Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay and the undersigned, in writing, not later than 28 July 2017. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Mornè 109 Theo Ben Guirirab Walvis Bay

Competencies (Knowledge, Skills, Attributes) Ÿ Sound knowledge of Training & OD best practice o Knowledge is mandatory of: principles, policies, and procedures of Education and Training programs; Ÿ Sound computer literacy Ÿ Sound communication (verbal & written) and interpersonal skills, effective writing skills; editing practices; Ÿ Analytical thinking and problem resolution skills Ÿ Interviewing and counselling techniques; training techniques and instruction methods; task analysis procedures, learning process, curriculum development, training evaluations, and Education and Training systems and products; Ÿ Proficiency in English Ÿ Sound customer orientation Ÿ Outstanding consulting and facilitation skills Ÿ Instructional media application, training reporting, program and curriculum validation, and implementation procedures; training program management; scheduling training events and facilities; conducting assistance visits and training meetings; Ÿ Capable of building strong relationships, and adept / skills at interpersonal connections that inspire trust and confidence with a wide variety of people. Ÿ Ability to make independent judgment; Ÿ Sound knowledge of the National & International Educational Qualification Frameworks. Remuneration: The remuneration package will be market related, inclusive of competitive service benefits. Applicants are advised to apply by forwarding a cover letter and a comprehensive CV to: The Acting General Manager: Human Resources and Corporate Services Private Bag 5017 Walvis Bay Further information is obtainable from the Human Resources Practitioner, Mr J Uys at telephone number 064 - 2013204. Attachment of the relevant documents is a must and applications without these will not be considered. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted. Closing date: Friday, 28 July 2017 Notice No. 36/2017


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Is your life insurance enough to look after your family Press Release

As we grow older, get married, build families and start working, we come to realize more and more that life insurance is a fundamental part of having a sound financial plan. "Depending on your type of product, life insurance is affordable, which means there is little excuse not to be insured," emphasizes Gerhard Mans, Managing Director at FNB Namibia Insurance Brokers. "Life insurance is important because your family and loved ones will be looked after should something happen to you. In addition to providing income to cover everyday living expenses, your family needs financial assistance to cover any outstanding debt, like mortgage, credit cards or vehicle loans. You probably also want to be assured that your children and loved ones are well taken care of when you can't do it yourself anymore. Having sufficient life insurance will give you that peace of mind." Many people who take out a life insurance base the sum insured on the amount of money that will be required to protect their dependants financially should they away. "As your financial circumstances change, it becomes essential to review the sum insured as it may no longer be sufficient to cover the needs of your family or dependants. There are some common situations that should get people to update the amount of cover they are insured for," explains Mans. ·Buying a new house – when taking out a home loan your financial institution may require that you have life insurance in place to cover the debt if you pass away. Depending on the loan amount a portion of your life cover will be ceded against the home loan, leaving your dependants underinsured and out of pocket.

·Children – one of the common reasons why people take out life insurance is to protect the financial future of their children. When you have a new child or the number of your dependants increase, it is important to ensure that your life insurance is adjusted to accommodate the changes. ·Getting a higher paying job - if your financial situation improves, you should update your life cover amount accordingly to ensure your dependants maintain the same lifestyle if you pass away. For example, you could have moved into an affluent suburb and decided to take your children to a private school. ·Marriage – getting married and starting a family is a commitment that comes with several financial responsibilities. Updating your policy cover and including your partner as a beneficiary becomes essential, especially when you are married in community of property. ·Health – if your health condition changes, you may have to consider updating your life cover amount, based on your age and individual circumstances. Furthermore, depending on the nature and severity of the illness you may have the opportunity to claim from your insurer anyway. This would also give you an opportunity to review your policy and the sum insured. “If you are unsure of the amount of life cover you need or whether it's the right time to update your policy, it is advisable to speak to your bank or financial services provider for guidance," concludes Mans.

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FNB warns about ‘associated robberies’ Press Release FNB Namibia has warned against the growing trend of "Associated robberies" which happens when a person is robbed on the way to the bank (to deposit cash) or after he/she has left the bank (after withdrawing cash). Ingrid Veueza Kahona-Katjiukua, Forensics at FNB Namibia elaborates: "We have all read about the latest wave of robberies that took place after large cash withdrawals had been made by customers at banks in the

Ingrid Veueza Kahona-Katjiukua

country. The most significant method is where offenders (spotters) pretend to be clients in the bank with the intention of identifying a potential victim. Please do not be fooled, as women are also used as spotters." The perpetrator or spotter inside the Bank will pass on the information to their accomplices who are usually outside near the bank. The robbers then either confront the customer outside after they leave the bank or they follow the person to an isolated location where law enforcement intervention will be unlikely, such as their home, at office (place of business) or en route to their destination. FNB Namibia wishes to warn customers to be alert about suspicious activities such as groups of people sitting in one vehicle, observing the bank and its operations for extended periods. One should further look out for nervous or agitated behaviour or a person talking on their cellphone when leaving the bank and be wary of surroundings and on the look-out for possible vehicles following them.FNB Namibia remains committed to the safety of all customers and the bank's floor walkers are on extra alert for such incidents, and are tasked with the responsibility of observing and ensuring that all persons in the banking hall are legitimate customers by assisting customers in queues. "We urge all our customers who regularly make large cash withdrawals to make use of alternative solutions to suit their needs, e.g. the use of electronic transfers or consolidated payments. FNB Namibia offers a huge variety of options for customers which negate the necessity of withdrawing large sums of money. These include Bulk eWallet, electronic transfers, cellphone banking, and the FNB banking App. We ask customers to speak to us so that we can find a safer solution for all their banking cash needs." The Bank will continue to work with the Namibian Police Service to ensure that the number of associated robberies decreases and to ensure effective investigation of these cases. The public is also encouraged to report suspicious activities to their local police stations or anonymously through the Crime Report Tip-Off Line Number 0800003312. In conclusion Ingrid said that the bank also urges customers to ensure that they are covered under their short-term insurance policy cover for cash losses.

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The Sky is the Limit for Aygo X-Cite The Toyota Aygo is synonymous with both style and originality. Its famous colour scheme, characterised by the familiar Piano Black used for the X dominating the car's front end, is a true sight to behold. Although oozing copious amounts of chutzpah and character already, Toyota South Africa Motors was still not done with the Aygo, and has now introduced the new Aygo X-Cite to the

model line-up. Other models include the Aygo and Aygo X- Play Black. The X-Cite offers Southern African buyers the option of an affordable, open-top compact hatch with its retractable canvas roof model. Finished in black, the full-length X-Cite canvas roof is factory-fitted and electrically-operated with a switch next to the map light control in the headlining. The full length retractable roof also

ensures that even those travelling in the rear seats also get to enjoy some of the wind-in-the-hair experience. The familiar 1-litre VVT-i petrol engine will animate the Aygo X-Cite, combined with a manual transmission. The XCite also comes standard with Vehicle Stability Control, LED daytime running lights, 15" alloy wheels, SRS Airbags (Driver +Passenger +Side +Curtain) and short pole Antenna.

The pint-sized Suzuki Ignis is being launched at Suzuki in Swakopmund and Windhoek on Saturday 15 July at 10:00.

The Ignis is a compact family car/crossover that's all about funsized, yet practical motoring. Three derivatives are available: 1.2 GL, 1.2 GLX and 1.2 GLX Auto and the distinctive newcomer adds some funkiness to a competitive segment that contains crossover-derivatives of compact hatchbacks and city cars, such as the Renault Sandero Stepway, Volkswagen Cross Up!, Toyota Etios Cross. Futhermore, the newcomer seems particularly well suited to local conditions: 180 mm of ground clearance is a boon on dirt- or poorly maintained roads. Engine and transmission There'll be just 1 engine with two transmission options for the 2017 Suzuki Ignis. It's a 1.2-litre fourcylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine, with outputs of 61 kW and 113 Nm. It may not sound like much, but when you consider the Ignis weighs just 850 kg, performance will be spritely. Suzukis tend to offer great fuel consumption and the Ignis is claimed to sip 5.1 L/100 km. Two transmission options are available: a 5-speed manual and a 5speed automatic. Don’t miss out - visit the new Suzuki Swakopmund Branch on Saturday at the c/o Nelson Mandela & Edison Street and at the same time meet the new management team.


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The new Suzuki IGNIS

* Excl. Doc fees E&OE , Pictures may vary

PUPKEWITZ MOTORS WALVIS BAY & SWAKOPMUND Walvis Bay (+26464) 206-152

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VACANCIES MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY An equal opportunity Employer

The Municipal Council of Walvis Bay offers the following opportunity to Namibian Citizens DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRAFFIC OFFICER (PATERSON GRADE LEVEL B4) Purpose of the Job To contribute towards effective and efficient traffic law enforcement within the Magistrate District of Walvis Bay. Key Performance Areas · Law enforcement & road safety · Law enforcement and crime prevention project · Administration and housekeeping Qualifications and Experience · Grade 12 (minimum 23 points) plus a 6- months Basic Traffic Diploma. · Driving license Code A, CE and PA (Professional Authorisation). · Registration as Traffic Officer, Registration as Peace Officer and having PA shall be obtained upon appointment, but to those that has it, it will serve as an added advantage. · Police Conduct Certificate. Remuneration The remuneration package will be market related, inclusive of competitive service benefits. Applicants are advised to apply by forwarding a cover letter, a comprehensive CV and certified copies of qualifications and any other relevant documents to:

The Manager: Human Resources Private Bag 5017 Walvis Bay Hand delivered applications can be submitted at the entrance of the main building (front desk of the Security Officer) or via Courier Services to Municipality of Walvis Bay, Nangolo Mbumba Drive, Civic Centre, Walvis Bay. Further information is obtainable from the Assistant HR Practitioner, Ms Hilma Kawiwa at telephone number 064-2013343 E-mail and fax applications are not acceptable. Closing date: Friday, 28 July 2017 NOTICE NO: 35/2017

START OF RALLY All Pre-race activities will take place at Steckels Toyota as from 07h00 on Saturday, 15 July 2017 for the arrival of the rally cars for scrutineering. First car starts at 10h00 from Steckels Toyota en route to stage 1 (Martin Luther).


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SERVICES PROFESSIONAL TRADITIONAL DOCTOR Dr Oupa Chimeza now in Walvis Bay Has 23 years experience in various problems and diseases Have you lost all hope? struggling with bad thoughts Getting drunk Abondoning your family Divorce ? suicide Everything is not going forward? Always bad luck on you? Stop there is hope! SMS OR CALL OUPA CHIMEZA bringing back lost lover Penis enlargement To win contracts? Business boosting and to stop chitaka high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer Contact Oupa: 081 602 7102

REWARD REWARD N$ 5 500.00 Lost wallet on Monday 10.07.17 with all documents Contact Please 081 439 2663

NOTICE Chanelle Jarman is back from Windhoek and invites all her clients to visit her at TCA Unisex Hair & Beauty Studio. Come and let a team of professionals give you your best look in extravagant style. Get the special treatment you deserve

SERVICES TRADITIONAL DOCTOR DR GOGO DIMBA from Malawi is in Walvis Bay with 30 years vast experience in various problems & diseases. Such as bringing back lost lover in 4 days, removal of bad luck, complicated court case, bringing out a person from prison, to get a man of your choice, to stop your lover from cheating on you, jobs and promotions, protection of bodies and houses from witchcraft, pregnancy problems, rejuvinate mens power during sex, penis enlargement, high blood pressure, epilpsy, asma severe headache, swollen feet, unhealed wounds, delete debts, winning contracts & tenders, gambling, financial problems. Come and experience wonderful miracles happening in you life and you will never regret. Contact Dr Gogo Dimba “The Old Man” 081 602 6990 J.M. REMOVALS Jyt die vrag. Ek het die lorrie Bou rommel, vullis, meubels, 4 ton lorrie Kontak Jo Ani: 081 288 3855 Fernando: 081 373 7015 Norman: 081 464 4048

TRADITIONAL DOCTOR Doctor Oupa Khoromana The Old Man with 40 years experience with very powerful medicine from Malawi is in Walvis Bay. He has come to finish all jobs the others has failed. Specialised in diseases and problems such as bringing back lost lovers, to win your previous job back, to get promotions, complicated court cases, to pass examinations, clean out bad luck, protection of bodies and houses from witchcraft, win gambling and casino, win contracts and tenders. Business attraction, to win a man or woman of your choice, and a husband / wife to be yours only. Stop drinking and smoking, unhealed, swelling feet and legs, high blood pressure, sugar, asthma, epilepsy, pregnancy problems, recover stolen property and many more and other complicated problems. Please note “I don't try I just do it” Contact Oupa Khoromana The Old Man 081 655 9594 LEONARD UUPINDI CONSTRUCTION P.O. BOX 2883 Cell: 081 272 4326 8 Fiskaal Street, Kuisebmond Renovations Bricklayer, interlock, plumbing, painting, tiles ceilings built in cupboards CAR KEYS We program & supply new & spare keys, program 2nd hand ECU’s & air bag ECU’s, all cars make & models. For a free quote contact: RDJ SERVICES & SUPPLIES SMS / WHATSAPP / CALL: 081 374 6444

LESSONS Swakopmund Pro Music School - Guitar & Keyboard Lessons will be given to children from 7 years up to any age from a music teacher who already made 3 Cd’s and is the singer & guitar player on the Cd’s. Contact details : Leon @ 081 473 8473 or 081 480 2764 lessons will be given in Swakopmund only N$400 per month

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TO LET Swakopmund CBD Penthouse 3bed, 2 bath, Very Large Living Spaces, Very Secure * Private Lift, fully –Equipped N$ 22 000 Furnished 2 bed, 1 Bath, sunroom, kitchen, lounge, tandem garage N$8 800 OCEAN VIEW Townhouse 3 bed – 2 bath Double Garage N$ 9 500 OCEAN VIEW 3 Bedroom house double garage N$10 000 Lucille +264 81 169 6216 Luise +264 81 653 0765 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na To Let Swakopmund Coastal Estates Flats : Central 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Garages Lift N$7 000.00 Central Furnished 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Tandem Garage Lift N$8 500.00 House Central 2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Garage Flat 2 Bedrooms Garage N$13 500.00 Ocean View 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Garages N$11 000.00 Tamariskia 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Tandem Garage N$9 000.00 Call Jan 081-2708005 Hannes 081-1498777 Irma 081-3684469

TO LET SWAKOPMUND: PRIME OFFICE SPACE IN BUSY SHOPPING CENTRE AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY CONTACT: PIETER 081 127 9908 LIEZEL 081 247 5040

TO LET ARANDIS N$ 3650 - 2 bed, 1bath open-plan kitchen/lounge avail imm avail Lucille +264 81 169 6216 Luise +264 81 653 0765 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na

PROPERTIES TO RENT YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE, LIVE IN STYLE. Up market: Meersig new area near Golf Course. Newly built large 3 bedroom house, 3 bathrooms, open-plan kitchen, built in cupboards, double garage, indoor braai, fully alarmed, burglar bars, two courtyards. Five minute’s walk to the Lagoon. Pet friendly. Big yard where plenty of cars can park. Rent reduced: N$ 9,900 p/m W+E excluded. One month deposit required. Contact: 064 204 986 / 081 697 8588 / 081 378 7347 Email: manzur@iafrica.com.n a TO RENT: Bachelor flat big bedroom, open plan kitchen and lounge. Water incl. Pre paid electricity. Deposit N$ 3 300.00 Preferably single person Immediately available. Contact: 081 247 6112

TO LET INDUSTRIAL N$ 22 000 – Excl VAT Large office space to rent N$ 31 000 – VAT Incl, 700m² Workshop, with Store Room, Reception are and office, Imm avail N$ 7100 –Incl VAT 95m² office space First Floor, Imm avail N$ 9900 – Incl VAT 155m² Office space on 2nd Floor, Imm Avail N$ 12 500 - 175m² Warehouse with 60m² office space Imm avail Lucille +264 81 169 6216 Luise +264 81 653 0765 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na

TO LET LONGBEACH 4 Bed, 3 bath double garage, SEA VIEW N$13 000 Dolphin Beach 3 Bed, 2bath, apartment with large balcony, double garage and stunning views WANTED: ALL TYPES OF PROPERTIES TO LET Lucille +264 81 169 6216 Luise +264 81 653 0765 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na

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TO LET Tamariskia N$ 8800 – 3bed, 2bath, double garage, Modern Kitchen, Imm Avail Mondesa N$ 2700 – Bachelor Flat, Avail 1st of Aug 17 Lucille +264 81 169 6216 Luise +264 81 653 0765 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na

TO RENT: 3 bedroom house for rent with an option to buy too. 3 bedr, 2 toilets, a garage, BIC and alarm and burglar bars. It's in Mondesa Ext 3 next to Mondesa, Woerman Brock. N$6 700.00 p/m Pre-paid electricity, deposit required. Please contact 081 261 8487 / 081 581 0234 SWAKOPMUND KRAMERSDORP TOWNHOUSE: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, double garage, indoor + outdoor BBQ, prepaid electricity, N$ 8500 p.m. SEASIDE ESTATES Birgit 0812757827 Central Swakopmund : Modern offices , 100 m², N$7000 + VAT, Contact 081 247 3026 Te huur Swakop/ Kramersdorf: Een slaapkamer woonstel, toesluit garage N$6000 p/m,+ deposit, water & ligte ingesluit. Geen troeteldiere, slegs bestemde hoeveelheid persone 1-2. Skakel 081257-0929 vir afspraak om te besigtig. Beskikbaar onmiddelik TO RENT: A new flat in Meersig One bedroom with its own bathroom, sitting room, kitchen. Security alarm installed. W/E incl. Free wifi DSTV connected. Fully furnished. N$ 6 500.00 p/m Contact: 081 224 1344 TO RENT: 3x bedroom flat with 2x bathrooms, open plan kitchen / dining room, lounge, built in cupboards throughout, single garage In secure complex, close to shopping centres. Available 1 Aug 2017 N$ 6 000.00 p/m Plus deposit Pre paid electricity Water excl. Contact: 081 401 2547

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TO LET Swakopmund CBD l Office space on 1st floor, with Reception and 2x offices N$ 9500 CBD Commercial Space 109 m² N$10 500.00 CBD 1 Bedroom fully furnished apartment with basement parking N$7350.00 Swakopmund - Mile 4 2bed, 2 bath, tandem garage, open-plan Kitchen/lounge, Furnished N$9000.00 Lucille +264 81 169 6216 Luise +264 81 653 0765 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na

FLAT TO RENT: Narraville Central (near shops) Single person Separate entrance Kitchen - open plan 1x bedroom with bic Toilet, shower, hand wash basin (fully tiled) Floors tiled. Parking inside yard N$ 3 000.00 p/m Deposit N$ 3 000.00 W/E incl. Available immediate No pets allowed Contact: 081 244 1320 TO Rent / 2 houses brand new SWK N$ 14000 and 8500 /month exl. Water and electricity, Plush and Classy brand new large homes, Modern style free standing, They are two bedroom homes with 2.5 Bathrooms. Has a Large open plan kitchen, Very Large dinning room and living room. It has a very spacious courtyard and very large double garage. Full Alarm, Available 1 July, Contact Gunther 081 638 6300

TO LET Henties Bay N$ 4400 - 3bed flat, 2 baths no garage, water incl, imm avail WANTED: ALL TYPES OF PROPERTIES TO LET AND FOR SALE IN HENTIES BAY Lucille +264 81 169 6216 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na

PROPERTIES TO RENT TO RENT: Walvis Bay Industrial Area Syncrolift 2nd Street East Office space available. Contact: 081 124 3904 WAREHOUSES AND OFFICES TO LET: 1 x Warehouse and office 240m² to rent immediately available 1 x Warehouse 167,4m² to rent - immediately available Factory park Walvis Bay Contact Charmaine 081 625 9607 To rent [direct from owner] Ocean View, Japonicastr 9 [near Vineta Spar] Entrance with Guest Toilet, Sitting room, Living room, dining area with kitchen [with build in braai] and sliding doors to paved “court area” Scullery [place for washing machine, Tumble dryer, Dishwasher] Main bedroom with double facilities full bathroom [ensuite] large! 2 x sleeping rooms Full Bathroom, Toilet, Guest room with bathroom [en suite] with sliding door to “court area” Double garage with remote door. Outside toilet, Alarm system, koopkrag, Solar/electric geyser, Boundary walls Available mid July 2017 N$14750 per month Call 081 129 4898 or heads@iafrica.com.na TO RENT KUISEBMOND Bachelor Units (one big, open-plan room) with own bathroom! N$ 2500 rent per month incl water excl electricity. Max 4 people per room. No Animals or cars please! Deposit required. 081 128 4088 TO RENT: WALVIS BAY. Area behind Municipality. Sport Rd. Bachelor Units (open-plan room) with kitchenette and bic. Single Garage. N$ 3000.00per month excl water & elec. Deposit required. 081 128 4088 Emma Nangolo-Kamatoto Properties Dolphin Beach Beautiful 4 bedroom family house, garden, double garage, 2½ bathrooms, braai area, lounge, laundry room, dining room. N$ 13 000.00 p/m neg. Water incl. Alarm. Swakopmund 2 bedroom garage, open plan N$ 6 500.00 p/m neg. Langstrand Fully furnished one bedroom unit. BIC, W/E incl N$ 6 000.00 p/m For sale: Various properties on Langstrand and Ocean View price ranging from N$ 2.8 - N$ 4.8 million Contact Emma: 081 122 8067


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Te huur Swakop/ Kramersdorf: Een slaapkamer woonstel, toesluit garage N$6000 p/m,+ deposit, water & ligte ingesluit. Geen troeteldiere, slegs bestemde hoeveelheid persone 1-2. Skakel 081-257-0929 vir afspraak om te besigtig. Beskikbaar onmiddelik Flat To Rent Swakopmund Mondesa 1 Bedroom, with bathroom, open plan kitchen and living room, water included, Available 1 August Deposit N$3500 Monthly N$3500 please call 081 418 3595 SWAKOPMUND KRAMERSDORP TOWNHOUSE: 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, double garage, indoor + outdoor BBQ, prepaid electricity, N$ 8500 p.m. SEASIDE ESTATES Birgit 0812757827 House To Rent Mondesa Swakopmund 2 Bedroom House, open plan Kitchen and Living room, 1 bathroom. Water included, available 1 September Deposit N$4800, monthly N$4800 Contact 081 418 3595 Woonstel te Huur in Vineta Swakopmund Groot kamer met volle badkamer en kombuis. Geskik vir 1 tot 2 persone. Agter in erf N$4000 pm W&E ingesluit Onmiddelik beskikbaar Skakel 081 323 3531 vir meer inligting Te huur Swakop/ Kramersdorf: Twee slaapkamer woonstel, toesluit garage N$8000 p/m,+ deposit, water & ligte ingesluit. Geen troeteldiere, slegs bestemde hoeveelheid persone 1-3. Skakel 081-257-0929 vir afspraak om te besigtig. Beskikbaar onmiddelik

TO LET Brand new 79m² two bedroom flat including motorised lockup garage. N$ 5 950 pm. Contact: Deidre 081 448 7333

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TO RENT Walvis Bay – Kuisemund •One bedroom flat, kitchen, toilet and shower for N$ 2700.00 water & electricity Incl. Swakopmund – Vineta •3 Bedrooms 2 bathrooms, living room, kitchen, study room, dining with a single garage for N$ 10 000.00 pm water & electricity excl. now available •2Bedroom flat 1bathroom open plan kitchen, with a single garage for N$6000.00 water & electricity excl. Available from the 1st August 2017 •Back yard 2 bedroom flat with a garage in Vineta for N$ 6000.00 water incl & electricity excl. available 1st August2017 •6 Bedrooms 2 bathrooms kitchen, living room dining rooms entertainment area with IBQ and double garage for N$12 000 water and electricity excl. available 1st September 2017 Mondesa •2 Bedrooms 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen & living room with a garage for N$ 5000.00 For more info call 081 241 5447/ 0813789008/0812755508 064-461217 Email: info@tukaproperties.com Website: tukaproperties.com

Swakopmund - to let mile 4 – 2 bedrooms, duplex pet friendly N$ 7500 pm Mile 4 - 3 bedroom house N$ 9000 pm Ocean view – flat 2 bedroom, safe area. N$ 7000 pm Oceanview – one bedroom flat no garage N$ 4500 pm Oceanview - 3 b/room house N$ 13000 pm Vogelstrandt – bachelor flat N$ 4000.00 pm Main beach – 1 bedroom flat N$ 5900 pm Langstrand bachelor/ furnished N$ 5280 pm For sale : Oceanview 2 bedroom flat yard N$ 900,000 Tamariskia 2 bedrooms garage neat/cos N$ 980,000 Jp van der walt 081 127 2736 Capricorn estates agency Flat to Rent Vineta 085 590 1013 Kleines Garten Flat [1Pers] Teilmöbliert Plus Garage Licht u wasser frei keine Huastiere N$5000 plus Deposit Call 085 590 1013

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Central Swakopmund : Modern offices , 100 m², N$7000 + VAT, Contact 081 247 3026

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N$2000.00 Kuisebmund, 1 bedr without garage N$4500.00 – Kuisebmund, 2 bedr with garage N$3500.00 – Narraville, 1 bedroom without garage N$9000.00 – Very modern Meersig, 3 bedr flat, 2 garage N$8500.00 – Fairways, 3 bedr, double storey, 2 garage N$9000.00 – Very modern Meersig, 3 bedr flat, 2 garage

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FOR SALE WALVIS BAY CBD 3 bed house , 2 garages Flatlet at back, 1250m² ERF Can be rezoned 1:250 Can get business rights N$ 1 690 000-00 WALVIS BAY Central PRICE REDUCED !!! 3 bed, 2 bath unit with open plan kitchen/lounge 1 garage, small quart yard. CC Registered N$ 1 080 000-00 WALVIS BAY Fairways 2 Bed, 2 bath unit with open plan kitchen/lounge 1 garage, small quart yard. N$ 1 190 000-00 WALVIS BAY Central 3 bed house with f lat & 3 Garages. 1250m² ERF. Ideal for developer Below valuation! Can be rezoned 1:150 N$ 1 690 000-00 Call Joey 081 278 0518 NARRAVILLE Plot & pre approved plan available for N$ 470 000.00 Corner erf 493m² Plan consist of open living / dining room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 guest toilet, double garage, inside & outside braai. Boundary wall on street side Price negotiable Contact: 081 647 3646 203 055

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OMUKUMO PROPERTIES House for sale Narraville 3x bedrooms, 2x bathrooms, open plan kitchen, lounge and tandem garage, a big erf and approved plan for a 2x bedroom flat Future extension N$ 990 000.00 negotiable. Please call: 081 155 3130

HENTIES BAY PARK VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT **Brand new sectional title two bedrooms, 2 bathrooms from N$ 720'000.00 ** Brand new single title deed 2 bedrooms, two bathrooms, tandem automated garage N$ 1.1 mil ** Brand new single title deed 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, double automated garage N$ 1.3 mil. Nd outdoor braai. All units with cement roof tiles, aluminum windows, alarm system DIRECT FROM THE DEVELOPER : 0851249826

Coastal Estates For Sale Swakopmund Erven Ext 9 1451m² N$ 1 500 000.00 Ext 35 600m² N$ 475 000.00 Dolphin Beach 609m² N$440 000.00 Call Jan 081 270 8005 Hannes 081 149 8777 Irma 081 368 4469

BUSINESS FOR SALE RESTAURANT IN WALVIS BAY As running concern fully equiped stock included Ideal location 72 seats incl. bar Good turn over Low rent + overheads Owner retiring Contact: 081 146 9696 FOR SALE: Narraville 3 bedroom house, bathroom, kitchen with bic and stove, lounge, entertainment and general dealer Bank valuation N$ 800 000.00 Lots of space for further extension. Contact: 081 614 3274 For Sale @ Langstrand 2 Bedroom Apartment, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen, diningroom and lounge. Balcony with outside braai. Heated Tiles and alarm system cc registered N$1,150 000.00 NO AGENTS contact number 081 149 1382 081 153 3939 FAMILY HOUSE FOR SALE Central Walvis Bay 1002m² 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, huge kitchen with 2 stoves, lounge, dining room with inside bbq. 4 garages Plus 2 bedroom flat lounge, dining room with inside bbq 1 garage nice garden Nearby school Contact: 081 351 3225 Business For Sale: Swakopmund. Contract in place. Serious Buyers Only Call 064 463 414

FOR SALE: Private sale in Walvis Bay. Brand new house in Lagoon and Golf course area. 3 Floors, 4 bedrooms. Fully modern equipped. N$ 4 400 000.00 negotiable. Contact: 081 248 1225 PRIVATE SALE Narraville - Sun Valley House freestanding 2 bedrooms, bathrooms, lounge with fully fitted kitchen with outside BBQ. Alarm & burglar bars. Interlocks Land size 360m² Valuation N$ 1 000 000.00 Contact: 081 312 7000 FAMILY HOUSE FOR SALE 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, huge kitchen with 2 stoves, lounge, dining room with inside bbq, 4 garages. Plus: 2 bedroom flat, lounge, dining room with inside bbq, 1 garage, nice garden Nearby Private High School N$ 3,4 million Price under valuation Contact: 081 351 3225 Malakia Properties For Sale TULINAWA 3bedrooms, 2bathrooms Kitchen bic with stove, Lounge, Single Garage and boundary wall N$900 000.00 Bank approved only TO LET MONDESA Inside room from N$1400.00 to 1900.00 W/L incl TULINAWA 1bedroom and bathroom N$2500.00 W/ Incl JABULANI 2bedrooms, bathroom Kitchen bic with stove, Lounge and boundary wall N$5500.00 W/ Incl Dep-required Office 064-406783 Malakia 081 297 7253

PROPERTIES WANTED TE HUUR GESOEK: Swakopmund Opsoek na 2 slaapkamer huis of woonstel in kompleks vanaf 1 Jan. 2017 Prysklas: N$ 5 000.00 N$ 5 500.00 Kontak: 081 243 0646 081 470 9806

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Coastal Estates Swakop House For Sale House Ideal for 2 families or Geusthouse Erf 881m² House 760m² 4 Spacious Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 Kitchens 2 Sculleries 2 TV Rooms Lounge Diningroom Indoor Braai Outside Braai 6 Garages High Boundary walls Alarm N$2 950 000.00 Call Jan 081 270 8005 Hannes 081 149 8777 Irma 081 368 4469 TUKA PROPERTIES CC

FOR SALE Walvis Bay – Sea point •3 bedrooms house, openplan kitchen with a lounge, one bathroom and double garage, all interlocked for N$850 000.00 Swakopmund – waterfront • 3 bedrooms Townhouse 2 bathrooms, main bedroom with a Jacuzzi and full bathrooms, open plan kitchen, court yard and double garage selling with furniture for N$ 2.6 mil Ocean view •4 bedrooms family house, 2 bathrooms, TV room, open plan kitchen, one outside with double garage for N$ 2,900 000.00 Tamariskia •3 Bedrooms house, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living room, single garage with a one bedroom flat for N$ 1,330 000.00 Tamariskia • 6 bedrooms, 4 upstairs and 2 downstairs Two bedrooms are ensuites,3 garages, washing room 2 sitting rooms Selling for N$1, 800 000.00 mil Town house - Mondesa • 2 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen & living room with a garage for N$ 680 000.00 •2 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen & living room with a garage for N$ 690 000.00 For more info call 081 241 5447/ 0813789008/0812755508 064-461217 Email: info@tukaproperties.com Website: tukaproperties.com HOUSE FOR SALE: Kuisebmond 5x bedroom, dining room, lounge, 2x bathrooms and 2x garage N$ 980 000.00 Tuhafeni: 081 233 4466

YOSHI GUESTHOUSE In Walvis Bay, centre of town, own bathroom, selfcatering, sparkling clean, secure parking, quiet environment, conference facility, DSTV, free wifi. Call: 081 148 6387 GHO01045

WANTED WANTED: This n That We buy and sell second hand furniture and household appliances. We give the best offers in Town, find us in Sam Nujoma Avenue, between Magic Discounters and Fashion world. Contact Els: 081 255 5809 Lawrence: 081 324 1285

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NOTICES & VACANCIES NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In the Magistrate's Court for the District of Walvis Bay held at Walvis Bay. Case No: I 1743/16 In the matter between: Fiscon Investments 293 CC Plaintiff and Rodney Hanganda Hendrik Dawid Defendant In execution of a Judgement against the above Defendant granted by the above Honourable Court on 21 July2016 the following goods will be sold in Execution on 11 Auagust 2017 at 10h00 at the following address: No.130, 6th Street, Walvis Bay, Republic of Namibia: “ Voetstoots and Cash” to the highest bidder, viz: 1x Alva Gas heater

1x3 PieceLounge Suite 1x Coffee Table 1xSamsung Flat Screen television 1xDSTV Explora decoder 1x Carpet Frames 1x Plasma Unit 1x Canon Printer 1x Mirror wall Frame 6x Bar chairs 1x Television Unit 1x Side Board 1x Dining table with 8 chairs 1x 2 Piece Lounge Suite 1x 3 piece Lounge Suit 1x Coffee Table 1x Plasma Unit 1x Kenwood Major Titanium Mixer 1x Delonghi Cappucino Machine 1xSamsung Microwave 1x Samsung Freezer digital inverter 1x Samsung Double door freezer 1x 2 Door wardrobe 1x Couch 2x Small table 1x ¾ Bed 1x2 Door/drawer wardrobe 1x Double bed 1x Sony computer screen

1x JVC Channel digital Amplifier 2x Bedside tables 1x old white drawer cabinet 2x white drawer cabinet 1x DSTV HD Decoder 1x DSTV Decoder 1x LG Flatscreen Television 1x White box freezer 1x Double bed headset 1x Dressing Table 1x Sleeper Couch 1x Trojan Bicycle 1x Laptop Levon 1x Apple Ipad 1x Trojan Treadmill 2x Bedsides tables 2x Couches 1x Dressing table 1x Mini home gym 1x KIC Box Freezer 1x Red Vehicle (Duinebesie) 1x Chair 1x Gazebo 1x Industrial Leather Date at Walvis Bay on 12 July 2017. JH OLIVIER JAN OLIVIER & CO Legal Practitioners for Plaintiff 131 Sam Nujoma Avenue Walvis Bay (Ref: JHO/pvw/FIS5/0022

WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Home Based Business (Tailor) ON ERF: 5241 TOWNSHIP: Walvis Bay STREET: Theo-Ben Gurirab. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Tailor 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 4 August 2017. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Selma Elvas, P O Box 5227, Walvis Bay

DEATH NOTICES R.I.P De-Mazshu Croza * 01-07-1964 + 11-07-2017 Ray Croza:081 297 1519 John Weber:081 204 8119

2 Tim 4:7 ‘You have fought the good fight, you have finished the race, you have kept the faith.’ From Family


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Namib Diesel Social League Namibia wins gold at 2017 NASP African All Stars Archery Championships

Wow! How time flies when you are having fun. It just seems like the other day the socials started and it was mentioned that it was long this year, and here we are heading into the penultimate week. It ends next week with the final two rounds being played Wednesday and Friday respectively. Prize giving will be held after play at Buccaneers on Friday evening 21st. The results for Wednesday the 28stare as follows:WB Hardware & Building Supplies [4] vs Synapse [2] 1. Luke Allen vs Leslie Bosman 2-3. Les was 2-luv down and fought back to take a good match. 2. Jenny Pahl vs Peter Pahl 3-1.Hmm .. I wonder if there was any side bets on this?? Well played, Jen. 3. Chantel de Gouveia vs Blackie Zwart 3-0.Chantel laid the foundation for a perfect win with light-footed, swiftness over the court. 4. Ricku Mans vs Ockie du Plesses 1-3. Once Ockie got his game up to speed he managed to maintain the lead. 5. Patrick Quinn vs JakkieNel 3-0. It was incredible, Patrick piled on the pressure and it was clobbering time. 6. Estelle Bothma vs Heibri-Ann Hartung 3-0. Estelle remained level headed and cracked Heibri with her clever play. Gateway Logistics [5] vs Magic Discounters [1] 1. ImanuelAmorongo vs Gerard Hough 3-1. Yeah, Nanna's just a cool dude. 2. Richard van der Meer vs JornWormsbacher 3-0 Rich took no chances. 3. Christopher Hill vs Truman Fisher 0-3. Truman came through for the weakened MD team. 4. Ettienne Beukes vs Floris Steenkamp 3-1. Hmm.. Seems a bit rough for Floris to go up against a No.3 reserve? 5. ChristelleEimanvs ?3-0. W/O. 6. Dina van der Meer vs Christina Beukes 3-0.A good win for Dina. AluminiumWerkstatt [3] vs Supatronix [3] 1. Jan de Smit vs Emil Dorgeloh 0-3.Injury a thing of the past Emil put the Nix back in Supatro. 2. Jaco de Witt vs Ze de Britto 3-1. Ironman got the better of Supaman in this round. 3. Sharde Fisher vs Edwin van Urk 3-0. Nee wat, when Sharde's shot's work he's in a class of his own. 4. Christo van Wyk vs BykesMuashekele 1-3.Bykes played his game and rode the wave to victory. 5. Anna Maria Venter vs JC Platt 0-3. JC kept his charge after a tough first game to get the better of Anna Maria. 6. Victor Rigby vs Anet Bosman 3-0. Victor played his game and Anet flat lined. Rent-A-Drum [5] vs Fuel Pump Repairs Africa[1] 1. Ze-Elias de Jongh vs Stefan van Tonder 3-0. w/o. 2. Cabous Olivier vs Robert Schaaf 3-1. Cabous throttled Roberts's fuel source and disposed of him.

3. Bertus Fokkens vs DrikusZwart 3-2. Bertus' refused to give up till the odds tipped in his favor. 4. Ricardo von Stein vs Doyle de Haas 3-1.Rapid Ricardo drummed in into Doyle before he sealed his fate. 5. Anneke Wormsbacher vs Michail Pretorius 2-3. With an impending IOU on his mind, Michail's motor was kept running full time. 6. Amy Volker vs Cindy Kruger 3-0.Hmm… It looks like winning is becoming an occupational plus for Amy. Seawork [4] vs JAJ Logistics [2] 1. Brandon Grane vs Sergio Figueiredo 3-1.Brandon played well and netted a big win. 2. Jurgen Sander vs Dirk Bosman 3-2. It was a good 5setter, which Jurgen just managed to clinch. 3. Ryan Gruhn vs Craig Hearn 3-2. Ryan did a superb job as reserve. 4. Reinette Mentz vs Liandro Martins 2-3. Yet another tough long match. Liandro had to pull out all the stops for this excellent result. 5. Jon Allen vs Kobus Oelofse 1-3. What more can I say about super-sub. Well played, Dude. 6. Bernette Louw vs Greer Coppin 3-0.With the tide in her favour, Bernette landed a good catch.

First Guarding [5] vs Terra Nova [1] 1. DanieGreeff vs Angelo Titus 3-0. It seems Danie's tactics could easily be, first guarding then attacking to produce awesome results. 2. Trevor Heath vs Wynand Breytenbach 1-3. Nee wat, Wynie, those cross court drops and unexpected services had Trev totally flummoxed. 3. Eric Mans vs Carla Cummings 3-2.Both players have a great fighting spirit, so a 5-setter was always on the cards. Eric managed to keep his guard up and take a good match. 4. Lindsay Lottering vs Sam Webster 3-0. Lindsay on top of her game showed who was boss. 5. Anthony van der Meer vs Stephanie Wittman 3-0. Anthony took no chances agains Steph. 6. Yvette Greeff vs Jacoline van der Merwe 3-1. Yvette did the perfect job with a well-executed first wave of attack. Keep next Friday evening open, as the merry making after a super social league is going to be epic. ‘

Poor finishing lets Brave Warriors down against South Africa Submitted by NFA media officer

Lack of composure in the final third yet again cost the Brave Warriors victory as they went down 1-0 to South Africa in the 2017 Cosafa Cup Plate Final at the Moruleng Stadium, South Africa on Friday night. Coach Ricardo Mannetti's post-match analysis told a recurrent story that is haunting the Brave Warriors in many games thus far. The team failed to convert a first half penalty and had two good chances in added time of the match, but could not just get the elusive goal on the day. Captain Ronald Ketjijere sent his seventh minute penalty wide of goal and then in additional time at the end of 90 minutes, substitutes Benyamin Nenkavu and Peter Shalulile were off the mark to draw their side level. “It was not just going to go in. we could have played 100 more minutes and still could have not gone in. when you look at the tactics and you are creating chances then you are on the right track, but we need to score”, says Mannetti. Roger Katjiteo was impeded in the box and Namibia won a penalty which Ketjijere sent wide with South Africa gets the only goal in the 36 minutes through Mohau Mokati,

his long-range shot deflecting off Denzil Haoseb, completely wrong footing Max Mbaeva. Going into the future, the Brave Warriors will be hosting Zimbabwe on next week Saturday in the 2018 CAF African Nations Championship (CHAN) Qualifiers and Mannetti gave a run to lot players eligible for that encounter. Riaan Hanamub started at left back with Ferdinand Karongee at centre back and Larry Horaeb at right back. Wangu Gome and Ketjijere manned the engine-room with Itamunua Keimuine upfront. “I gave a chance to about seven local-based players preparing for Zimbabwe. These players had no proper game time in over a year, not even friendlies. Coming here, our expectations were maybe a bit emotional as you cannot have a league and expect to overcome players who play week in and week out. But over and above that we created chances and that gives us hope”, Mannetti states.

National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) championships was hosted by Archery Namibia. The event was held at the archery fields of SKW. A total of forty one females and eighty eight archers from four countries took part in the championships. The countries were, host nation Namibia and the three visiting nations, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana. With the wind not always kind for all the participants, they lost time in looking for arrows that was blown away by the wind. On Friday evening, the new NASP Africa Council was born. NASP Africa Council is Chairmen: Wilhelm Greeff (President of the National Schools Archery Program of South Africa) Secretary: Karola Woortman (Secretary NASP Namibia) and Members: Botswana, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia. The council will in future coordinate events, training and new rules for the whole of Africa. NASP Namibia would like to thank the following sponsors who made the event a success: Afro Pumps and Metal Craft, Your Butt Archery Supplies, Namibia Breweries Limited, Trophäendienste, Heja Lodge, Aqua Royal, SR Refrigeration, GM Electro Mechanical Solutions cc, Goba Lodge , Hotel Thule, Safari Hotel, Franklin Electrical South Africa, Gobabis Toyota, Rampoint, Toekoms Bow Hunting Safaris, Nimue, LATTY INTERNATIONAL South Africa, Luderitz Nest Hotel. Last, but not least SKW for the use of the facilities, appreciation to all the parents of the archers who supported their children and lent helping hands where needed, the NASP Namibia Committee, who have been busy preparing this event for months. Namibia can pat itself on the shoulder for a job well done.

Development 3D Junior Girl Gold Mia Delport Namibia B Team Silver Elizabeth Whitaker Zimbabwe Development Bronze Jessica Stutchbury Zimbabwe Development Development 3D Junior Boy Gold Wian Van Zyl Namibia B Team Silver Sean Manaloto Zimbabwe Development Bronze Alexander Hair Zimbabwe Development Development 3D Senior Girl Gold Megan Robenson Centre shot South Africa Silver Marichelle Botha Centre shot South Africa Bronze Nicole Zimbabwe Development Development 3D Senior Boy Gold Jannus Van Den Berg Centre shot South Africa Silver Filippus Albertus Opperman Namibia B Team Bronze Loutjie Jacobs Centre shot South Africa Development 3D Girl Champion Winner Megan Robenson Centre shot South Africa Runner up Marichelle Botha Centre shot South Africa 2nd runner up Nicole Zimbabwe Development Development 3D Boy Champion Winner Jannus Van Den Berg Centre shot South Africa Runner up Filippus Albertus Opperman Namibia B Team 2nd runner up Loutjie Jacobs Centre shot South Africa All Star 3D Junior Girl Gold Jordyn Logan Zimbabwe National Team Silver Nazia Petkar Botswana National Team Bronze Aamerah Osman Botswana National Team All Star 3D Junior Boy Gold Michael Van Der Merwe South Africa National Team Silver MJ Van Der Westuizen National Namibia Team Bronze Bryce Hill Zimbabwe National Team All Star 3D Senior Girl Gold Beuli Emri Opperman National Namibia Team Silver Isabel Louw National Namibia Team Bronze Yasmin Van Der Merwe South Africa National Team All Star 3D Senior Boy Gold SJ Nel South Africa National Team Silver Jan Harmse Visser South Africa National Team Bronze Leander Van Brakel South Africa National Team

All Star 3D Girl Champion Total Wi n n e r J e n n i f e r - R o s e Tennant Zimbabwe National Team Runner up Beuli Emri Opperman National Namibia Team 2nd runner up Isabel Louw National Namibia Team All Star 3D Champion up Team Winner Juan-Douw Lourens South Africa National Team Runner up SJ Nel South Africa National Team Boy 2nd runner up Jan Harmse Visser South Africa National Team Development Bull's Eye Junior Gold Mia Delport Namibia B National Team Silver Jessica Stutchbury Zimbabwe Development Girl Bronze Elizabeth Whitaker Zimbabwe Development Development Bull's Eye Junior Boy Gold Gavin Muller Centre shot South Africa Silver Anthony Tumazos Zimbabwe Development Bronze Wian Van Zyl Namibia B Team Development Bull's Eye Senior Girl Gold Megan Robenson Centre shot South Africa Silver Marichelle Botha Centres hot South Africa Bronze Janel Rossouw Centre shot South Africa Development Bull's Eye Senior Boy Gold Morne Visser Namibia B Team Silver Filippus Albertus Opperman Namibia B Team Bronze Deandre Nagel Centre shot South Africa Development Bull's Eye Girl Champion Winner Megan Robenson Centre shot South Africa Runner up Marichelle Botha Centre shot South Africa 2nd runner up Janel Rossouw Centre shot South Africa Development Bull's Eye Boy Champion Wi n n e r M o r n e Vi s s e r Namibia B Team Runner up Filippus Albertus Opperman Namibia B Team 2nd runner up Deandre Nagel Centre shot South Africa All Star Bull's Eye Junior Girl Gold Jordyn Logan Zimbabwe National Team Silver Nazia Petkar Botswana National Team

Bronze Saba Molosi Botswana National Team All Star Bull's Eye Junior Boy Gold Michael Van Der Merwe South Africa National Team Silver Bryce Hill Zimbabwe National Team Bronze MJ Delport Namibia National Team All Star Bull's Eye Senior Girl Gold Benice Nagy South Africa National Team Silver Beuli Emri Opperman National Namibia Team Bronze Yasmin Van Der Merwe South Africa National Team All Star Bull's Eye Senior Boy Gold Duncan Botha South Africa National Team Silver SJ Nel South Africa National Team Bronze Jan Harmse Visser South Africa National Team All Star Bull's Eye Girl Champion Winner Benice Nagy South Africa National Team Runner up Beuli Emri Opperman National Namibia Team 2nd runner up Yasmin Van Der Merwe South Africa National Team All Star Bull's Eye Boy Champion Winner Duncan Botha South Africa National Team Runner up SJ Nel South Africa National Team 2nd runner up Jan Harmse Visser South Africa National Team Development 3D Team Winner Namibia B Team Runner up Centre shot South Africa 2nd runner up Zimbabwe Development Development Bull's Eye Elimination Winner Namibia B Team Runner up Centre shot South Africa 2nd runner up Zimbabwe Development All Stars 3D Team Wi n n e r S o u t h A f r i c a National Team Runner up National Namibia Team 2nd runner up Zimbabwe National Team All Stars Bull's Eye Elimination Wi n n e r S o u t h A f r i c a National Team Runner up National Namibia Team 2nd runner up Zimbabwe National Team


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Kudus ends Premier League with a narrow defeat Rudi Bowe

The young talented rugby players of Kudus narrowly lost their last game of the Premier League on Saturday against Wanderers at the Narraville stadium. The end-score was 3839. Both teams bagged six tries with the fly half of Kudus Aureliou Plato converting four tries. Wanderers fly-half Macho Prinsloo was successful with only three conversions. In the last minute of the game Kudus was leading 38-36, but Wanderers’ fly half managed a last second successful drop kick, re-arranging the scoreboard to 39-38 as the end-whistle sounded. Try scorers for Kudus: Michael Hummel 2, Rayton Paulse, Virgil Bampton, Bavin Botha and Lawrence For Wanderers: Christie du Plessis, Jamie Joseph 2, Nelius Theron, Gerhard Lotter and Zaynor Platt.

The other results of the weekend’s final Premier League games were: Reho Falcon 17-FNB Western Suburbs 39; Rehoboth Rugby team 31 Trustco United 27. The game between Walvis Bay and FNB UNAM was cancelled by semi-finalist Walvis Bay Rugby Club to minimise risk of injuries. The NRU Premier League final log standing; FNB Unam 75, FNB Western Suburbs 55, FNB Wanderers 48, Walvis Bay Rugby Club 38, Kudus 33, Trustco United 38, Rehoboth 26, and Reho Falcon 8.

The Premier League semi-finals will be between Western Suburbs and Wanderers and Unam against Walvis Bay Rugby Club at the Hage Geingob stadium in Windhoek on 22 July 2017

Fourteen-men Namibian team runs in fifteen tries Rudi Bowe

The African Gold Cup match between defending champion Namibia and Senegal started on a bumpy ride when Namibian Louis Van Der Westhuizen was red-carded after just sixteen minutes into the first half. Despite this setback, the score at half time was 36-0 for Namibia. Namibia’s defence remained solid throughout and resulted in the winning score of 95-0. The Namibian try scorers were: Louis Van Der Westhuizen, Darryl de la Harpe, A.J. de Klerk, Thomasau Forbes, Johann Tromp, J.G. Greyling, Adriaan Booysen, Justin Newman, Theuns Kotze, two tries by Lesley Klim and four tries by captain Rohan Kitshoff. Eugene Jantjies converted seven tries and Theuns Kotze added three conversions. With this victory Namibia is top on the log with ten points and the Simba's of Kenya second on the log. This coming Saturday Namibia will host Zimbabwe in another Africa Gold Cup match at the Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek. Photo (courtesy of Informanté).

Namibia RCFAI & Kickboxing Academy held its Grading NAMIBIA RCFAI & KICKBOXING ACADEMY held their first grading for 2017. The grading of 36 students was done by from strength to strength and the students Sensei Lesley! Hoaeb on the 8th of July are improving tremendously. 2017. All 36 students passed their grading NAMIBIAN RCFAI & KICKBOXING and received white, red and blue belts ACADEMY has classes every day from Monday to Thursday. These classes can be respectively. A second group will be tested in 2 weeks’ attended by anyone of all ages. kickboxing for fitness and confidence in their personal lives. time. The students were submitted to a It is also open for those who don't intend to Master Joe Viljoen will visit Namibia again this year and will host rigorous test/exam.The Academy is going compete in competitions, but want to do a seminar and training camps.

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