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SERVING THE COASTAL COMMUNITY SINCE 1958 NO 6897 FRIDAY 15 JANUARY 2021 Tel: +264 64 - 205854 / +264 64 - 461866 /Fax: +264 64 - 204813 / 064 - 461824 / Website: www.namibtimes.net


Health care workers in grave danger

Namibia’s Covid-19 situation worsens

A total of 1 350 health workers have contracted the novel Coronavirus since the pandemic was first recorded in Namibia in mid-March 2020. Sadly, six of these health workers died of Covid-19, the often fatal form of a Coronavirus infection. These statistics were revealed by Namibia’s health minister, Dr Kalumbi Shangula, on Wednesday during a televised update of the country’s Covid-19 situation. Dr Shangula pointed out the second wave of infections are putting more strain on the country’s medical infrastructure and more health care workers will be needed in the weeks and months to come.

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Namibia ready for Covid-vaccine Twenty percent of Namibians will receive the Covid-19 vaccine in the foreseeable future. That represents approximately 500 000 people. However, to achieve a herd immunity for the nation, as many as 60 % to 80 % of people need to be vaccinated.

Namibia’s health minister, Dr Kalumbi Shangula, on Wednesday announced the first delivery of the vaccine is expected by the end of January or some time in February. This first batch has cost Government N$29 million and a Financial Commitment Agreement (FCA) has been signed for the procurement of the rest of the vaccines at a cost of around N$138 million. It is expected the first wave of vaccines will be administered to health workers and vulnerable people. For the purposes of Covid-19, vulnerable people are identified as above the age of 60, persons living with co-morbidities like high blood pressure and diabetes, expectant females, and children below the age of 10. The Covid-19 vaccine is by far not Namibia’s golden bullet out of trouble. In the weeks and months ahead, until the vaccines are delivered and distributed for a countrywide vaccination campaign, people still need to observe Covid-19 safety rules. A person can fall ill from the Coronavirus within days after being infected. Infected persons can end up severely ill requiring intensive medical care or could succumb to the disease. Note: at the time of going to press Namibia was in line to receive Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine. What makes this vaccine’s distribution complicated, is the fact it needs to be transported and stored in minus 70 Degree Celsius. Dr Shangula gave his assurance on Wednesday that Namibia will be prepared logistically to roll out Pfizer at this extreme low temperature.

Health care workers and vulnerable vaccinated first

Manica commissions bagging plant in the port of Walvis Bay Report on page 2

Community Development Group gives refreshments to Shoprite strikers

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Giving back as a gesture of her gratefulness

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Mutjavikua laid to rest at Grootfontein

The former Governor of Erongo Cleophas Mutjavikua was laid to rest this past weekend at Grootfontein. Mutjavikua passed away of Covid-19 complications on 3 January this year. A memorial service was held for the former Governor in Swakopmund on Friday afternoon. At the memorial service the current serving Governor of Erongo, Cllr Neville Andre Itope described Mutjavikua as a true fighter for the betterment of the lives of the people of Erongo. “We lay Comrade Mutjavikua to rest with the solemn pledge that we will continue to fight for the betterment of our people through housing development, equitable land distribution, water provision, youth employment opportunities, workers' rights, labour harmony and investment promotion”, Andre said. Mutjavikua is survived by his spouse and 6 children. Mutjavikua was buried at the Commonwealth War Cemetery at Grootfontein. A few family members and government officials attended the funeral.

The late Mr Hans Botha

A former resident of Walvis Bay and well-known business entrepreneur, Mr Hans Botha, passed away in Windhoek on Sunday at the age of 78. The late Mr Botha is locally known as the founder of Rent-a-Plant and was the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Africa Personnel Services (APS). Mr Botha’s son-in-law, Mr Robert de Villiers, confirmed Mr Botha’s passing. De Villiers explained his father-in-law was still actively involved in the day to day activities of APS up to the last work day on 24 December 2020. “He was the last one to leave the office on 24 December. We could never imagine he was never to return”. Mr Botha fell ill with the Coronavirus and died of Covid-19 on Sunday. Mr Botha leaves behind his spouse, Annatjie Botha, daughter Annemarie and son-in-law Mr Robert de Villiers, his son Peet Botha and daughterin-law Sarah and five grandchildren.

Missing man Police are searching for Daniel Sisoyo (34), a Namibian male, who went missing on Saturday, 9 January. Sisoyo was last seen at Farm Kanjemundje in the Okombahe district wearing a red jersey, a pair of brown, long trousers and sandals. Anyone who might have information regarding the whereabouts of this missing person can contact Detective Chief Inspector Gurirab at 081 318 2181 or Detective Warrant Officer Gawa!nab at 081 214 3299 or report to the nearest police station.

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Bagging plant a first for Walvis Bay As the first of its kind in Namibia and a historic milestone for the port of Walvis Bay, Manica Group Namibia has recently invested in an advanced mobile hopper and bagging system. The bagging plant arrived in Walvis Bay at the end of 2020 and is currently stationed in the port awaiting the arrival of its first shipment. In a nutshell the bagging plant allows for products to be shipped in bulk and bagged at destination; a revolutionary approach to bulk shipping. The Nectar Hopper and Bagging system is one of the world's most advanced mobile bagging systems and is designed to be completely self-contained. Although technically advanced, it is user friendly and easily operated. Each unit contains 2 bagging lines with built-in scales, strictly certified in accordance with Dutch Weights and Measures (N.M.I), enabling a guarantee of accurately weighed bags and detailed records of delivered and received cargo quantities. The plant's superior and efficient performance translates to significant cost savings, which includes less handling of bags, direct delivery, lower transportation and handling costs, to name a few. The equipment can bag free flowing bulk products at up to 140 tonnes per hour. The mobile design allows movement of facility between berths or even different terminals. The hopper has a capacity of 21m3 and is fitted with a protection frame suitable for touching down a grab directly from the ship's crane. Galvanised steel grids with 30 mm holes on top of the unit prevent lumps or foreign material entering the weighing mechanism. The hopper also comprises a lockable storeroom for secure storage of spare parts. It features two extendable hopper sides (operated by hand winches). These extend the total grab discharge area to 4.5 x 5 meters. Manica Group Namibia looks forward to increased productivity and ease of business for their customers and providing a one-of-a-kind service, whilst promoting Walvis Bay as a premier bulk handling destination.

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Namibia’s Covid-19 situation worsens Namibia's health minister Dr Kalumbi Shangula on Wednesday warned Namibia's Covid-19 situation has worsened in leaps and bounds. Where the country's Covid-19 infection rate stood at 4,7 % in the period 22 October to 22 November, it skyrocketed to 24% on average in a matter of one week between 28 December 2020 and 3 January. The warning is grim. Namibians need to redouble their efforts to cooperate with Covid-19 regulations. Failing of which hospital bed capacity, especially intensive care beds, would be overwhelmed and many people will lose their lives. In what follows are revised Covid-19 measures as well as general information for public consumption, as announced by Dr Shangula on Wednesday. The revised rules will remain in force until midnight on 3 February. The implementation of stricter public health measures is aimed at mitigating the spread of COVID19 in the community and stem the burden on our hospitals to ensure that the provision of essential health services is not disrupted. Our response measures must match the evolving epidemiological situation. After wider consultations and considering both epidemiological and economic indicators, the following measures are introduced. These measures shall take effect on 13.01.2020 at 23:59 and shall subsist for twenty-one (21) days until 03.02.2021 at 24:00. Public Gatherings: Public gatherings (social, religious, sports, entertainment, cultural) and any other form of public gathering is maintained at the current maximum of fifty (50) persons for any such event at any given time. Registers must be maintained at all public gatherings. Attendees of public gathering must sanitise and maintain no less than 2 meters between them. Public gatherings shall not exceed two (2) hours and shall not continue beyond 20:00. Restriction of movement (Curfew): A nationwide restriction of movement is maintained from 21:00 to 04:00. A curfew remains an important tool in limiting human interactions, thereby limiting transmission. Sale of Alcohol: Sale of alcohol and trading hours operations for on-site consumption (shebeens, bars, night clubs, gambling houses, casinos and restaurants) is retained as per current arrangements from 09:00-20:00 Mondays to Saturdays. No sale of alcohol is allowed on Sundays and Public Holidays. Compulsory correct wearing of face masks: Correct wearing of face masks continue to be a mandatory requirement in all public settings, including in vehicles, aircraft and other means of public transport with increased legal enforcement. Salons, beauty parlors or fitness centers: Salons, beauty parlors, hairdressers, pools, spas, gyms, studios and fitness centers shall practice public health measures. Both the service providers and the clients must wear masks, sanitize

and maintain the prescribed distance between them. Restaurants, cafĂŠs and kapana traders: All indoors and outdoor dining tables at restaurants must be positioned in such a manner that they are separated by not less than two (2) meters. Passenger transport: Passengers in public transportation vehicles, including taxis and buses are allowed maximum carrying capacity. Public health measures (wearing of masks, sanitizing) shall be maintained throughout the voyage. Operators must plan the trip in such a way that public transport arrives at the destination before 21:00. Medical services: All non-urgent medical procedures shall be postponed. Visitations to hospitalised patients is limited to not more than two (2) close relatives per visit. Visitation time is limited to not more than ten (10) minutes per visit. All health services shall continue within the prescriptions of these regulations. Reopening of Schools for the 2021 School Year: Indefinite delays in re-opening of schools will have a detrimental effect on the learners. Pre-Primary to Grade 11 opens on 26 January 2021. Advanced Subsidiary Learners (pending results) begins on 16 February 2021. Sports: All sports are allowed, but there shall be no spectators. The number of persons attending a sports event shall not exceed 50. International travel: All non-Namibian travelers must present a negative COVID-19 PCR test result that is not older than 7 days (168) hours at Port of Entry. They will not be required to be quarantined or to be subjected to another test including when exiting Namibia. The period of 168 hours is reckoned from the time the sample was taken. Namibian citizen may enter Namibia with or without any result. In the absence of any result, they will be subjected to a 7-days quarantine and testing at own cost. Burial of Persons who succumb to COVID-19: The period within which the human remains of persons whose deaths are attributed to COVID-19 is seven (7) days. Such burials are conducted by government officials in conjunction with the families and in line with strict requirements for effective infection control and prevention to reduce the risk of transmission of infection. Normal rituals before, during and after the burial are not prohibited provided there is no risk of exposure to the attendees. Protection for vulnerable persons: Vulnerable persons, i.e., persons above 60 years of age, persons with co-morbidities, expectant women, and children below the age of 10 years, are advised to stay at home, except for attending to essential requirements and for health purposes.

Dr Kalumbi Shangula

Karibib man crushed under front-end loader The 57-year-old Mr Alfeus Heingo was crushed under a front-end loader at Karibib on Monday, after the heavy earthmoving machine rolled down an embankment. Heingo died on the spot. According to the Regional Crime Investigations Coordinator for Erongo, Deputy Commissioner Erastus Ikuuyu, the driver of the earthmoving machine lost control of it, causing the deadly accident. Heingo was a passenger on the front-end loader at the time. The driver was briefly admitted to an Omaruru hospital.

Handed himself over to Police after fatal stabbing A 20-year-old man handed himself over to the Walvis Bay police following the fatal stabbing of a homeless man on Sunday night. Elijah Mouers, also a vagrant, allegedly stabbed Brendon Samuel Losper during an argument at a vacant home they share with other homeless people. Losper was seriously injured and ran back into the house where he collapsed and died. He made a first appearance on a charge of murder in the Walvis Bay magistrates court on Wednesday.

Committed suicide after argument Kuisebmond in Walvis Bay has been rocked by three suicides in a matter of days. In the latest incident, Robert Hamukonda (34), ended his life by hanging next to two mini soccer fields on the premises of the Kuisebmond soccer stadium on Tuesday of this week. Hamukonda left his home late Tuesday night, after an argument with another person and soon thereafter ended his life by suicide.

50-year-old female in dock over elephant tusks A 50-year-old female, Karina Cloete, was arrested at Walvis Bay on Monday for the alleged illegal possession of elephant tusks. Cloete made a first appearance in the Walvis Bay magistrates court on Wednesday and was released on bail of N$10 000. She returns to court on 10 February.


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Development Bank of Namibia to launch KfW- Cancer Association of Namibia supported Covid-19 business relief loans (WO30) interim homes reopen Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) has announced that it will launch Covid-19 business relief loans on 18 January 2021. The Bank will provide finance equivalent to 3 months up to a maximum of 6 months turnover for enterprises affected by Cancer Association of Namibia (WO30) communicates the Covid-19. The term of the loan will be a maximum of 60 months. annual opening of the CHICA INTERIM HOME for CHILDHOOD CANCER PATIENTS. These relief loans will be available to 18 January 2021, or on information Any Namibian childhood cancer patient and one (1) accompanying both existing DBN SME borrowers and pamphlets available at all DBN offices in parent/caregiver from outside Windhoek, who needs to come for to enterprises which are not yet clients of the course of late next week. These can also treatment in the capital, is accommodated fully complimentary at our the Bank, as long as these enterprises be emailed to interested parties on request. home, during the treatment procedure. have been in operation for at least 12 The DBN and the Development Bank of *medical requirements apply. months, and meet the qualifying criteria. Germany (KFW) have concluded an Cancer Association of Namibia (WO30) communicates the annual Information on the qualifying criteria can N$450 m concessional loan agreement. opening of the HOUSE ACACIA INTERIM HOME for ADULT be obtained from the Bank's website at The DBN will on-lend the money to CANCER PATIENTS www.dbn.com.na/relief from Monday, Namibian SME enterprises that require Namibian adult cancer patients from outside Windhoek, who need to bridging capital to carry them through the come for treatment or follow-up in the capital, is accommodated at a low-revenue earing period caused by the nominal fee of N$150/day that includes accommodation, 3x meals and transportation during the treatment procedure. pandemic and those enterprises that wish to *Patients that are not financially able, are encouraged to apply for restructure their business operations, to "Accommodation Assistance" through our PFAP (see below); best survive in the changing business *Medical requirements apply. environment. The Patient Financial Assistance Programme (PFAP) to support cancer DBN CEO, Martin Inkumbi says it is hoped patients is now accepting new applications for the next support cycle. that the financial intervention will Families needing support should please engage our Patient Navigators contribute to preserving continuity of SME team at hope@can.org.na or health@can.org.na or 061 237740 business activities and to build a foundation Connect with us and take a glimpse of what CAN does and how YOU for recovery. Although the Bank will – can impact lives and help fight cancer in Namibia: through its normal SME lending – continue https://www.can.org.na https://www.facebook.com/CANamibia to finance SME startups, the priority for the Covid-19 business relief loans will be to preserve business continuity and preserve jobs, and therefore these loans are targeted at existing enterprises. DBN forecasts that the funding will offer financial relief to around 200 SME's. The Bank will customize the loans based on individual enterprise needs. Industries such as tourism, hospitality, and transport and logistics that have experienced the largest loss of revenue due to lockdown-related effects will be prioritised. A lifeline for business continuity and job The facility may also be used for preservation. Development Bank of Namibia diversifying into new business areas that has announced N$450 million in lending for help strengthening resilience of existing businesses affected by Covid-19. The lending companies for future shocks. is supported by the Development Bank of Germany (KFW).

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Community Development Group gives refreshments to Shoprite strikers Sharlien Tjambari

A local unemployed youth group, Community Development Group, donated refreshments to the employees of Shoprite, U-Save and Checkers who have been on a strike for three weeks now, the handing over of refreshments took place at U-Save, Shoprite at Mondesa on Friday, 8 January. According to the group's spokesperson, Jenette Kauzuu, the employees are not only exposed to the harsh elements but also to hunger and thirst as they stand all day in their quest for better wages. “These are our brothers and sisters, and we would like to show our support by providing them with refreshing drinks. It is through this small gesture that we want them to know that they are not alone in this fight and that there are members in the community who are standing by them”, said Kauzuu. The group's aim is to harness and maximise the untapped potential of local unemployed youth through various projects aimed at providing a stream of income, improving living standards and restoring their dignity. Kauzuu further said: “It is only when we join hands that we will be able to positively change the current economic landscape and paint the tomorow that we want to see. We therefore urge the local youth to rise to the occasion and join the cause”. During the strike, Namib Times observed that there were only two employees inside Mondesa's U-Save Shoprite. The other employees

were picketing outside the shop pleading with community members not to buy from any Shoprite chain stores. On 23 December 2020, Shoprite, U-Save and Checkers employees went on strike after they could not reach an agreement for better pay and benefits with their employer. Without reaching an amicable solution last year, the employees, through their union, the Namibian Food and Allied Workers Union (NAFAU) approached the labour court on a basis for the court to interdict Shoprite from using fixed term employees to carry out duties of employees who are currently on a lawful and protected strike. On Friday, 8 January, Judge Shafimana Ueitile ruled in favour of their union NAFAU in its application against Shoprite. Ueitele ruled that no worker should be appointed in place of a striking employee. Some employees said they have been working for more than five years on a temporary basis, earning a salary of N$250-N$400 per week without any benefits.

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) Operations support function for Rössing Uranium Rössing Uranium hereby seeks the services of a reputable contractor to ensure the safe operation of the mine’s Reagents Plant, provide laboratory sampling services and perform Rod charging activities at the Rod mills, with due consideration of all HSEC standards and guidelines of Rössing. The contractor should be in possession of a continuous operating permit. The work would entail: 1. Making up batches of iron source and manganese in tanks at prescribed specifications and frequencies. The objective is to ensure the uninterrupted supply of iron source and manganese to the Leach Plant at the right quantity and correct quality.

Willem Kansieb (centre) the receiving clerk at checkers receiving six packs of twenty four of cold drinks from (ltr) Mcleary Goagoseb, Mathew Goagoseb, Alberto !Auxab and Jenette Kauzuu of the Community Development Group

2. To provide the services of sampling activities in the processing plant. Specific samples will be delivered to the laboratory for the required analyses to be performed, whereas some samples will require in field analysis to be performed and reported immediately. 3. To provide the service of a panel and rod charging crew with required skills to:

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE EXPANSION OF WALVIS BAY GOLF COURSE AND DEVELOPMENT OF WALVIS BAY RESIDENTIAL AREA. Public Consultation Notice in line with Section 21 of Regulation No. 30, under the Environmental Management Act (No. 7 of 2007), related to the proposed expansion of the existing Walvis Bay Golf Course to accommodate an 18-hole Golf Course with a mixed-use mainly medium density residential estate at Portions 217-219 of Portion 193 of Walvis Bay Town and Townlands No. 1, and street portion in Walvis Bay. The Presidents Links (Pty) Ltd has appointed KPM Environmental Consulting as the independent Environmental Assessment Practitioner to conduct the necessary environmental assessment and apply for the Environmental Clearance Certificate. Notice is hereby given of the Public Consultation Process. Should you wish to be informed or comment on the EIA process, please contact the EIA Project Manager at KPM Environmental Consulting by Friday 29th January 2021. Tel. +264 85 223 3448 / 085 277 2797 E-mail: info@kpmenvironmental.com

a. Do poly urethane Screen panel inspection and replacement on numerous vibrating and static screens b. Do charging of grinding rods and scalping of worn rods from four Rod mills on a daily basis c. Collect ore samples once off on a prescribed schedule from various ore feed conveyors. The contractors shall ensure adequate supervision and ensure a suitably qualified and experienced workforce in order to meet deliverables. All rates shall include supervision, the supply of resources, PPE, transportation and all cost related to the tasks. Please access the Rössing website www.rossing.com for more information on this Expression of Interest (EOI) and the Scope of Work. Expression of Interest documents should be submitted by email to rul.tenders@rossing.com.na Enquiries: Absalom.Mbuende@rossing.com.na Tel +264 64 520 2214/ +26481 150 8105 Closing date for submission of the EOI: 29 January 2021 at 16.00 local time Tender documents Following receipt of EOI from companies and a selection of suitable suppliers, these suppliers will then be invited via email to participate in a competitive tender. Tender documents with detailed scope of work and all other relevant information will only be accessible following selection.


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Giving back as a gesture of her gratefulness Using her time off to bring unique happiness, Auditor Ansie Rossouw believes in togetherness and helping each other out thus, she has decided to bake a smile for the less fortunate. Unrelenting in its spread, Covid-19 pandemic has thrown the livelihoods of many into a chaotic twister and 50-year-old Ansie Rossouw, who resides in Walvis Bay, the pandemic pulled a fast one on her, twice. Succeeding many years of service as an auditor, Rossouw qualified for sabbatical leave in last year. All was booked and planned and Rossouw was ready to take her flight to visit England, in March last year however, less than a week before her set departure date the Covid-19 explosion took off and she had to cancel her trip. “It was postponed to December 2020, and yes what happened? a Covid second wave. Travelling is again not an option,” said Rossouw. With her spirits being low the past number of weeks, the disappointment Rossouw spent time over Christmas pondering how to spend her time at home. Finally, an idea dawned on her, she then has set an agenda to bake for charity. “I am truly grateful for the time off. So, my target is to bake 24 cakes came 15 February. I will give the cakes to anybody that will find happiness from receiving a cake. Cake brings a unique happiness that everyone deserves to feel,” she expressed. The mother of two said she is doing this for those who deserve some more love and feel

joy for a few moments. “I am not a master baker, just a home cook that loves to bake. If you know of anybody that would benefit from this, be it for a birthday or any other event. I will bake and deliver.” Her sabbatical will come to an end on 15 February 2021, and she will return to her day job as auditor. “I will have less time for projects such as this however, I will try to find time to continue on a smaller scale.” Rossouw says that amidst Covid-19, many have lost their jobs and some are struggling to meet their essentials. So, despite being locked down, social distance amongst other everyone needs to be on the lookout for opportunities where they can support each other. “Build on your strengths, baking for example is a love of mine and a skill that the Lord gave to me, so I will use it to “be there” for others,” she said. Having only started, the challenges have been few for Rossouw. “I am having a little bit of trouble sifting through the people asking for cakes.” On an average a cake cost her about N$180 to bake. Locals who would like to nominate a recipient for a cake should write to her why the person is deserving of a cake via WhatsApp on +264 81 127 2372.

“Balancing Growth with Resilience” Public Participation Notice in terms of Regulation No. 21 under the Environmental Management Act (Act No. 7 of 2007)

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT Affordable Housing Project of ±330 dwelling units: 5ha Portion of Erf 5757 Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay, Erongo Region of Namibia It is the intention of the proponent to construct about ±330 affordable housing units and related infrastructure on a 5- hectare portion of Erf 5757 Kuisebmond for the affordable housing project in Walvis Bay. The proposed site is an unsurveyed / unserviced 5-hectare and situated on the northern edge of Kuisebmond along Independence Avenue. It is currently planned that this erf be partially subdivided into single residential units. The proposed development is a listed activity and requires an Environmental Clearance Certificate (ECC). · · · · ·

Environmental Assessment Practitioner: Erongo Consulting Group Proponent: Venmar Fishing, Walvis Bay Competent Authority: Ministry of Environment, Forestry & Tourism Commenting Period: 11 to 26 January 2021 Public Meeting: 26 January 2021, 1400 -1600 Hrs @ Kuisebmond Training Centre, Walvis Bay

To register as an interested and affected party (I&AP), request for the BID or comment on the proposed activity, please contact the EAP below: Tel: +264-85-277-2797 & +264-81-277-2797 E: info@erongoconsultinggroup.co.za / erongoconsulting@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/ErongoConsultingEnvironment

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NOTICE OFTHE CONSENT APPLICATION IN TERMS OF THE WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Home Based Office (Cash Loan) ON ERF: 4279 TOWNSHIP: Kuisebmond STREET: 33 Karl Hagendorn Crescent In terms of the Walvis Bay Town Planning Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, the undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish on the site a Cash Loan . Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 105, 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 applicant, in writing, not later than Friday, 5 February 2021. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT: Dr Tomas Panduleni Nambahu, P O Box 3404, Walvis Bay





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NOTICE CONSENT USES, ERECTION OF BUILDINGS AND USE OF LAND IN TERMS OF TOWN PLANNING SCHEME REGULATIONS Notice is hereby given in terms of Clause 6 of the Swakopmund Town Planning Scheme Regulations that the Municipal Council considers the following consent uses, erection of buildings and use of land, details of which are obtainable from the General Manager: Engineering & Planning Services. Ms. R.D. Conradie herewith intends to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for special consent for a second dwelling on the premises of Portion 112, (a Portion of Portion 71) of Farm No 163. Any person having any objection against such application should lodge such objection/s in writing and with-in 14 days of the last publication to the Swakopmund Municipality and the applicant, during normal business hours. Closing date for objections or comments is: 5 February 2021. Contact Person: Ms. R.D. Conradie, Cell: 081 289 1995, Email: conradierene@gmail.com or Mr. J. Heita (Manager: Town Planning) Tel: +264 (64) 4104403.

NOTICES & VACANCIES MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 63(2) of the Local Authorities Act, 1992 (Act 23 of 1992), as amended, that the Municipality of Walvis Bay intends to sell, by private transaction, Portion of Block erf 5757 Kuisebmond to Venmar Fishing (Pty) Ltd or Nominee. DESCRIPTION Portion of Block erf 5757 Kuisebmond. AREA ±50,000m² (±5 Hec-

tares) ZONING Single Residential PURCHASE PRICE N$2,503,000 – excluding VAT (N$50.06/m²) Full particulars pertaining to the intended sale will lie open for inspection by interested persons until Tuesday, 2 February 2021 at Room 30, Municipal Offices, Kuisebmond. For more information, Mrs Dorothy Muller can be contacted at telephone (064) 201 3232 during normal office hours.

the proposed sale may, in writing, lodge an objection together with the grounds/ motivation thereof, to the Chief Executive Officer at the above address or to Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay, before or on Friday, 5 February 2021 at 12:00. Chief Executive Officer Municipality of Walvis Bay Civic Centre Nangolo Mbumba Drive Private Bag 5017 Walvis Bay

Any person objecting to

REZONING NOTICE ERF 73 MEERSIG REZONING: SINGLE RESIDENTIAL: 1/500m² TO INSTITUTIONAL Stewart Planning has been appointed, as above, and in terms of the Walvis Bay Town Planning Scheme and Urban and Regional Planning Act, for the rezoning of erf 73 Meersig (c/o Light House Road & Fourth Road North, Meersig) from Single Residential to Institutional. Erf 73 Meersig is situated in the southern part of Meersig in a well-established predominantly medium density residential neighbourhood. The intention of this rezoning application is for permission to permanently entrench a Place of Instruction (Private School) on Erf 73, Meersig. A previous application for consent use for the development of a Private School comprising of classrooms, a reception, and other ancillary facilities on the ±1738 m2site was approved by the Council on 9 October 2019. Plans/particulars of the application may be inspected at Town Planning, First Floor, Room 101, Civic Centre, Nangolo Mbumba Drive, Walvis Bay. Take note that any person that has objections to the proposed rezoning may lodge such objection, in writing, together with grounds thereof, with the Municipality of Walvis Bay: Town Planning and the applicant not later than Friday 5 February 2021. MUNICIPALITY Manager: Town Planning Section, Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay E: kasino@walvisbaycc.org.na T: 064 201 3339

APPLICANT Stewart Planning, P O Box 2095 Walvis Bay E: bruce@sp.com.na T: 064 280 770


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WARNING PERSONAL SERVICES WEES GEWAARSKU!! “Nuwe motor scam aan die kus” Mev skoonma het met ‘n wit V.Wagen Combi na my toe gekom en met my meegedeel u skoonseun het omvergifnis gevra vir wat hy gedoen het. Nada die wit Renault reeds vir meer as ‘n jaar in my stoor gestaan het. Het skoonpa en skoonseun by my opgedag en my meegedeel hulle wil die voertuig saam neem, ek het hulle ingeneem en versoek om alles deur te gaan, skoonpa het my meegedeel met die woorde “alles is orait” in daar die stadium was ek besig om ‘n trailor optebou. Hulle het met behulp van my werkers die voertuig uit gestoot. 5 meter voor die ingaan was daar ‘n probleem met die wiel, hulle het die voertuig net daar gelos. ‘n Week daarna het ek weer die seun gekontak, die seun was in persoon weer by my: hy het met my meegedeel die voertuig moet net verkoop word. ek het met behulp van my werkers die voertuig tot langs die ingaan gestoot. Ons het ‘n TE KOOP bord opgeplak, die tyd wakgevolg het was baie gespanne tussen my en my werkers want my trailor parte was weg!! Eindelik na 3 maande het iemand opgedag wat belangstel. Ek het die seun verwittig, hy het toe net gevra wanneer hy die geld kan kry? Ek het die geld ontvang en die papiere oorhandig. Daarna het ons alles saam in die voertuig deur gegaan. Groot was my veraasing toe ons my trailor parte onder die motor onderdele vind. Het pa dit gedoen voor sy seun? Wat ‘n voorbeeld.. “Naukloft Nama”




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

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TO RENT: Narraville very neat 2 bedroom flat with kitchen and lounge Very neat bathroom. BIC W/E incl. In a secure place and garage space for one car No deposit required. N$ 4 800.00 p/m Contact: 081 669 6431 081 805 6073 081 221 6431 TO RENT: Morse Road 13 - not pet friendly Bachelor flat Single garage W/E incl. N$ 4 300.00 p/m Tel: 081 124 6948 081 814 1473 TO RENT: Workshop in Walvis Bay, 10th street, No.273, Erven 2349. 370m² including Office space and store room. 380V power. Security system. Yard interlocked. Volker Dieckhoff lapaloma@iway.na Tel. 062 518152; 081 2479648. TE HUUR: SWAKOPMUND GARAGE / MOTORHUIS TE DANTE SQUARE VREDE REDE STR. GESKIK VIR 2 VOERTUIE OF STOORPLEK. N$ 850.00 P/M KONTAK: 081 260 6999 FLAT TO RENT Two Roomsst to rent Available 1 February 2021, Swakopmund Mondesa, Own Shower & Toilet, Hot Water, Free WiFi, Ideally for Singles. W/E incl. Room 1 N$ 1700.00 p/m Room 2 N$1,750.00 p/m + (N$1,000.00 Refundable Deposit). If Couple N$200 additional will be added to cover W&E.) Call: 0813330095 & 0818090399 & 0812615767


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VACANCY AVAILABLE AT MEGASAVE SWAKOPMUND Post designation: Front end controller Scale of salary: Negotiable, depending on suitability Closing date: 31/01/2021 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED Matric MINIMUM EXPERIENCE 3 years' front end / cashier supervisor experience in retail / wholesale industry. 3 years' cashier experience in retail / wholesale industry ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS Must have sound knowledge of staff management and cashier duties. Must be computer literate. Must have relevant retail product knowledge. Must be willing to work long hours and weekends. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Managing cahiers and till assistants' performances an supervising their day-to-day tasks; Customer service; Assistant to General manager. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Submit cv to hannelie@hefergroup.com on or before closing date.

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TO RENT: NHE House 1 bathroom, 2 bedrooms, kitchen and living area N$ 3 600.00 p/m W/E incl. Deposit N$ 1 500.00 Contact: 085 733 3833

VACANCY JThemarthins College has two vacancies for teachers in Walvis Bay 1) Junior Primary teacher Grade 1-3 Class teaching (1 post) 2) English and Afrikaans teacher Grade 4-7 (1 post) Requirements: Diploma in Junior and, or Senior primary Education. Have passion for children and familiar with the Namibian government curriculum. The applicant should be creative, committed, and fluent in English and or Afrikaans. Detailed CV and certified copies of qualification accompanied by a covering letter should be forwarded to: JThemarthins College PO Box 5940, Walvis Bay Inquiries: 0812800648 (strictly NO Sms) The applicants should be able to start on Tuesday, 26/01/2021 All application should reach the school latest Friday, 22 January, 2021

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Vacancy Driver ! A Minimum qualification of

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Licence with driving experience of 5 years !·Good in English, verbal and writing !·High energy levels as the position involves flexi working hours, including weekends !·Willing to travel outside Walvis Bay !·Honest and trustworthy Please forward CV and certified documents to cch@iway.na or hand deliver at Sam Nujoma Street No 209 Walvis Bay. Closing date: Friday 22 January 2021 Looking for a qualified tailor (based in Walvis Bay) to do sewing work on weekends but should be flexible to work during weekdays if required. Applicants can email their CVs to katangaselma@gmail. com Vacancy: Looking for a trustworthy and reliable candidate to run a business. Must have experience in retail and running of a business. Must stay in Swakop. Send cv to witag.heretoserve@gmail. com

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PROPERTIES FOR SALE FOR SALE: Swakopmund Mondesa: 2 Bedroom house with big yard for extension for sale N$600 000.00 Contact: 081 2582960

PROPERTIES FOR SALE FOR SALE: Praya Longa Longbeach modern 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, open plan kitchen, lounge, dining room, balcony with view over sea Fully furnished Blinds bedding, new fridge/washing machine 1 garage. Contact Lydia @ LA Properties 081 241 8980 SWAKOPMUND: PALMCOURT RETIREMENT HOME /AFTREE OORD: Een slaapkamer met enkel motorhuis, koop krag, gratis water, en-suite geriewe, klein oopplan kombuis met ingeboude 2-plaat stoof, sitkamer, DSTV skottel aansluiting, skoonmaakdienste, baie veilig, naby inkoopsen-trum en strand. N$ 580 000.00 Ver onder waardasie. Oordragskoste uitgesluit. JL Pretorius 081 2936199 email: jlpretorius@ mtcmobile.com.na FOR SALE: Unit 4 Huis Palms Old Age Home Walvis Bay Cc registered 125m2 1 bedroom en suite 1 bedroom 1 bathroom Open plan living, dining, kitchen and scullery Double Garage Underroof courtyard Monthly levies Ns 1600-00 N$ 1 800 000.00 Private Sale Contact Kai @ 081 127 2112 FOR SALE: House for sale Hermes, Walvis Bay 2 bedrooms main bedroom ensuite. Extra bathroom large kitchen scullery, extra toilet in garage, very large yard High walls, motorised gate Alarm system and beams House recently renovated 1x bedroom flat, full bathroom, single garage own entrance N$ 2 million Contact: 081 760 7464

PROPERTIES FOR SALE FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house for sale Kuisebmond N$ 550 000.00 650m² Contact: 081 422 6419 FOR SALE: Townhouse in Walvis Bay 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Open plan kitchen Lounge, dining room Double garage Close to Town, one block from Spar N$ 1.5 million Tel: 081 223 7899

HOUSEHOLD/ FURNITURE FOR SALE: Restonic King Size bed (N$3300-)–Still in good condition Metallic Defy Freezer (35000)-Still on guarantee These items are only available as from the end of January- Lay bye options available in order for the owner to keep these items aside for the buyer- Prices are negotiable. Pictures available on request via Whatsapp 081 306 588 081 819 9979

CARS CHEV LUMINA For sale SSV 6l V8 90 000 km 2011 model Spotless Full house F.S.H 20” mags N$ 290 000.00 Tel: 081 223 7899

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JOB WANTED: Vicky is a 24 year old lady looking for work, I have experience. Walvis Bay only. Contact: 081 430 0072

JOB WANTED: My name is Clara, I am looking for domestic work in Swakopmund for Friday’s, I am 44 years old and have 20 years of experience. Contact: 081 229 1744

JOB WANTED: I am a 25 year old lady looking for domestic work or babysitting. I am an experienced and hardworking person I would like to start as soon as possible. I am loyal and i have previous working experience at Bay View

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JOB WANTED: I am looking for cleaner work in an organisation. I believe that I an contribute immensely in execution of task assigned in the enhancement of your company. My working experience thus far has given me the attitude and understanding that would enable me to perform and learn any given task, not only are these the motivating factors for my application but my confidence that I will be an asset to your organisation. Contact me for my full CV thank you in advance - 081 628 2332 JOB WANTED: I am a 23 year old lady looking for domestic work, cleaning and washing around Walvis Bay. Contact: 081 240 6782 081 716 1030 WERK GESOEK: Ek is ‘n 40 jarige vrou opsoek na huiswerk het sober gewoontes en geen klein kinders, stryk goed kan 3 - 5 dae ‘n week werk. Walvis of Langstrand. Kontak: 081 839 3607 Verwysings: 081 128 4594 WERK GESOEK: Ek is ‘n 39 jarige vrou opsoek na huiswerk vir 3 dae was, stryk en huis skoonmaak in Lagoon, Meersig of Langstrand. Kontak: 081 828 3550 JOB WANTED: I am a 36 year old woman looking for domestic work, baby sitting, washing and ironing. I am very hardworking with so many experience. Trustworthy and very neat. Can work 5 days a week or 3 days. Contact: 081 722 7627 JOB WANTED: I am a 30 year old lady looking for any kind of work or domestic work. I have 2 years experience. Contact: 081 608 2128 JOB WANTED: I am a 31 year old lady looking for domestic work, Walvis Bay, Swakopmund or Langstrand. I have 10 years experience and can start immediately. Mondays to Fridays Contact: 081 692 0446

JOB WANTED: I am a 30 year old woman urgently and desperately looking for work in Swakopmund, domestic work, hotel and office cleaning, I am trustworthy and hardworking. I have a family to feed and sisters starting school who need my help, I am ready to start any day and time. Contact: 081 201 3580 WERK GESOEK: Ek is opsoek na huiswerk, kinders of ou mense oppas, ek kan skoonmaak, was en stryk in Swakopmund of Nonidas, Langstrand. Kontak: 081 345 6084 JOB WANTED: I am an IT technician looking for employment in Swakopmund and Walvis Bay, I have experience and own transport. Excellent communication skills, years experience as a tour guide and consultant. Also, do you need a house or pet sitter? Feel free to call for assistance. Contact: 081 202 7942 JOB WANTED: I am a 32 year old lady looking for domestic work, office cleaning, nanny or house keeping. I am ready to start anytime in Swakopmund, Long Beach preferably. I am also willing to care for the elderly. Contact: 081 229 9160 JOB WANTED: I am a 37 year old lady looking for domestic work for 2 or 3 days per week in Swakopmund. I am available to start as soon as possible. Contact: 081 660 1511 / 081 233 3810

WERK GESOEK: Ek is ‘n 34 jarige dame opsoek na huiswerk in Walvisbaai vir 3 dae ‘n week, Meersig, Lagoon of Dorp areas. Drink of rook nie. Kontak: 081 256 1675/ 081 692 8293 JOB WANTED: I am a 29 year old lady, well organised hardworking, self motivated with high initiative. Looking for work in Walvis Bay. I can work under pressure very honest ad friendly. Contact: 081 205 8932 MARIA: Ek is ‘n painter opsoek na enige verf werk, dakke, mure, ceilings. Enige groot of klein werk ek kan dit vir julle doen. Ek het my eie gereedskap, bekostigbaar. Ek maak alles reg. Walvisbaai. Kontak: 081 229 7573 JOB WANTED: Looking for work as a truck driver with 2 years experience anywhere. I have CE drivers license with valid PDP. I can start anytime Contact: 081 457 0714

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Support education and sports Germany continues to support Namibia in the area of education and sports during the COVID-19 pandemic through small-scale support for educational and sports organisations. So far, the Embassy has provided tools for elearning such as laptop computers as well as hand sanitizers and thermometers. The institutions which have received support include the evangelical kindergartens in Swakopmund and Windhoek, the PASCH Schools (Delta Secondary School, Namib High School, Privatschule Swakopmund, Martin-Luther High School, Otjiwarongo Secondary School, Windhoek High School and Etosha Secondary School), the Privatschule Grootfontein, TUCSIN and the Basketball Artist School. Enhancing capacities for eLearning in Schools. Following the closure of education and training institutions, e-learning platforms have become critical in ensuring the continuing education of students of all ages. For this reason, the German Embassy donated notebooks to the kindergartens of the German Evangelical Lutheran Church in Nami-

bia in Swakopmund and Windhoek, which were used to connect the teachers with the children during the school and kindergarten closures. The German Embassy and the Goethe-Institut Windhoek also provided relief to the schools in the PASCH-network, in the form of notebooks, handsanitizers, masks and thermometers. The PASCH-network (Schools: Partners for the Future) is a German initiative connecting more than 2000 schools in 120 countries in order to strengthen their interests in the German language and culture. Currently, there are 9 PASCHSchools in Namibia: DHPS, Delta Secondary School, Namib High School, Martin-Luther High School, Windhoek High School, Otjiwarongo Secondary School, Pri-vatschule Swakopmund, Concordia College Windhoek and Etosha Secondary School in Tsumeb. In addition, the German Embassy provided some relief in the form of thermometers and sanitizers to The University Centre for Studies in Namibia (TUCSIN). Support for the Basketball Artist School On 7 October 2020, Mrs. Ellen Gölz, Chargée d'Affaires a.i. of the German Embassy, handed over trampolines, sanitizers, blankets and thermometers to the Basketball Artist School (BAS) in Katutura. For ten years the Baskeball Artist School has provided academic tutoring, life skills and basketball activities for children and youth from marginalized communities in Windhoek un-der the motto “Education first – Basketball second”. Since the beginning of the CO-VID-19 pandemic, many of the youths have been staying at BAS 24/7, where they are able to stay safe and engaged.


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Tough Martin tames the impossible Rudi Bowe

Leonard Martin successfully tamed the ultra marathon monster The Munga, a non-stop single stage, semisupported mountain bike race through the remote Karoo from 2 to 7 December 2020.

The race started in Bloemfontein, cut through the Rolfontein Nature Reserve 16km north of Petrusville and end in Wellington in the Western Cape and provided five race vil-lages where riders can sleep, eat and shower, plus ten water-points where they can fill up on snacks and water. The race takes place in the middle of the South African summer, so temps are smoking and riders have 120 hours or five days to ride 1100km and make the cutoff. Martin who participated in his fourth Munga race said that it was his toughest, hardest and best race so far, as his preparation for The Munga was spot on with again hot during the day, cold and windy in the evenings with the same bad jeep tracks, mountains, corrugation roads he cover the 1124km in 99 hours and 58 minutes. Martin said “I went through about 51 farms where I had to open and close all the farm gates with each gate worked differently than the previous one. At night it got cold, 4 degrees, and during the day very hot up to 52 degrees Celsius.” Martin said “The Munga is a unique race and is very unpredictable so you cannot do the race with any predictions that you will do or be the winner, as the elements that you go against is deferent everyday.” “The reason that I am doing this is not to be first or to be the champion but is all about the challenges in life and because life is full of boundaries and I like to see what's behind it and after-all I do this for myself, wife and children and family as well as to show the younger generation that you are never too old

to take on a challenge and that nothing is impossible” Martin said. According to Martin there is no deference between the Desert Dash and The Munga. The only difference is that the Dash is hard as it is a single stage that is been done in the night also with deferent elements and terrine. Martin added that both competition are unique and hard and tough but The Munga is tougher as it is over 5 days and longer that the Desert Dash. Part of his preparation for The Munga, Martin participated in the 207km race from Windhoek to Solitaire and also his own race of 235km from Solitaire to Walvis Bay. “The best feeling of my life was to see my son Brandon-Lee Martin waiting for at the finish line, who has supported me with backups on my long training rides and during The Munga was the cherry on the cake” Martin said. Martin thanked his wife, children, specially his son who was his support system from day one up to the last day, my family and everyone for your support message it really helped me through the night with the hauling winds. Martin will compete in The Munga Cape Grit in April this year and in October he will team up with Deputy Commissioner Tobi Gerber for the Cape Epic and than in December he and his son Brandon-Lee will take on the Desert Dash after he competed in The Munga. Martin who is also the Shihan of the Namibia Gojukai karate Walvis Bay dojo said that they resume their training classes and the registration for new beginners is still open. Venue is at the Atlantis sport club. Training times are Monday and Wednesday 17h30 – 18:15 junior 18:15 – 19:00 cadets' 19:00 – 20:00 seniors. Tuesday and Thursday 17:30 – 18:30 for all beginners any further inquiries can contact Shihan Leonard or Sensei Llewellyn.

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Brandon-Lee Martin with his father Leonard Leonard Martin after finishing The Munga Martin at the finish line of The Munga

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