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inside 420km water pipeline to transform Erongo Decrease into 300 000 hectares irrigation powerhouse in overall

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The World Group of Israeli private Erongo RED eyes lucrative to visit investors shows interest retail power supply to Floris Steenkamp mines in Erongo Region The Erongo Region is set to become the future agronomic hub of the country, following confirmation that a group of Israeli private investors is looking into constructing a second desalination plant on the coast near Wlotzkasbaken north of Swakopmund. This desalination plant will be key to feeding water into a 420 kilometre long pipeline, which will provide enough water to put as many as 300 000 hectares of land under irrigation. During his State of Israeli private inves- motion entity that was the Region Address tors to set up the set up by the Office of (SoNA) last week, desalination plant at the Governor, the the Governor of Wlotzkasbaken, the E r o n g o R e g i o n a l Erongo Clr Cleop- site where Namibia's Council and several loh a s M u t j a v i k u a first and only desali- cal authorities in the c o n f i r m e d t h e nation plant is cur- Region. The main aim Erongo Develop- rently located. of EDA is to bring inment Agency (EDA) The EDA is an um- vestment to the Region engaged a group of brella investment pro- to bolster employment Continued on page 2

Nampower's supply of bulk electricity to the vast mining sector in the Erongo Region is eroding the profitability of regional electricity distributor Erongo RED. Nampower has an agreement in place to sell electricity at bulk rates to Erongo RED which in turn generates a profit at selling electricity at retail rate to consumers.

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Erongo RED suffers the opportunity cost [the benefit lost from the next best alternative] from the fact that Nampower sells electricity directly to the mines. In his recent State of the Region Address (SoRA), the Governor of Erongo Clr Cleophas Mutjavikua acknowledged this situation and described it as Nampower's “encroachment on the mines in Erongo Region”. The Governor also outlined several other key challenges Erongo RED face. These include the high cost of upgrading bulk electricity infrastructure, pressure to bring electricity services to the people in the region at the most affordable rate, the impact of high cost of electricity to industry competitiveness and the increase in copper theft that often leads to power interruptions and cost of replacing and repairing the systems targeted by the thieves. Page 15


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Irrigation powerhouse Continues from page 1 opportunities, industrial and infrastructure development. The desalination project is known as the Erongo Water Utility. The Israeli's, whom have proven themselves over decades as the masters in transforming arid desert land into green bread baskets, are expected to operate the plant over a twenty year period on a Build, Operate and Transfer (BoT) basis. That is recovering their investment over this period with capital gains and also at the same time transferring the plant into Namibian ownership in five-year increments until full Namibian ownership is achieved at the end of the twenty year period. “Water will be channelled from the plant throughout the region for agricultural irrigation”, Clr Mutjavikua explained. The pipe-line will feed water to so-called Agricultural Green-scheme substations. The pipeline will be running from Wlotzkasbaken southward to Walvis Bay and eastwards and northeast to reach all major centres: Arandis, Usakos, Karibib, Spitzkoppe, Uis, Omatjete, Okombahe, Tubusis and Omaruru. The total area to be developed as irrigation schemes along this pipeline will reach 300 000 hectares. In addition, this pipeline will also provide water for industrial development and to provide potable water for human consumption, explained Governor Mutjavikua. “Subsequently, this will boost agriculture productivity, create agribusiness, enhance food security and increase employment opportunities”, said the Governor. Adding the 300 000 hectares under irrigation will also unlock potential for Namibia to start producing animal fodder for the local animal husbandry sector.

This week, the Grand Orion roro vessel which was built in Japan graced our shores and offloaded 401 units, of which 228 were sedan cars, 4x4 pick-ups and 173 were trucks. Eight of these vehicles are for the local market whilst the rest are destined for our neighbouring countries, like Zambia (89 units), Zimbabwe (257 units), Botswana (16 units), Malawi (42 units), Congo (6 units). The vehicles are coming from Europe. Ms Taná Pesat, Acting Commercial Executive of Namport said that consignments going to these countries, cements the efforts of Namport to enhance intercontinental trades and these ventures are always welcome. It was loaded in Sheerness and Killingholme (UK ports) and Antwerp (Belgium port). The Grand Orion has 12 decks and of these decks are used for truck parking while the rest are for sedans and 4x4's. When fully loaded she can carry 59217 gross tonnes.

Dagbreek again scoops Recycling Prize For the third year running, Dagbreek School for the Intellectually Impaired has scooped up the first prize in the annual 2017/18 Schools Recycling Competition (SRC) initiated and hosted by the Recycle Namibia Forum (RNF). Not only did this school, according to RNF Coordinator, Anita Witt once again breaks all previous records in the volumes they managed to collect, but they were also awarded the Best Improved School prize, given their increase from 222kg of recyclables per learner in 2017 to 275kg per learner during this year. In second place was All Nations Christian School with 111kg per learner, followed by newcomer, Môreson Special School in third place with 81kg per learner. Fourth place was taken by Combretum Trust, followed by Delta School Windhoek. Witt: “With Dagbreek's total volume being 30 tons,

and the two runners-up each of 10 tons, our top three schools managed to collect 50 tons of the total volume of 133 tons collected from March 2017 until the end of February 2018. It is interesting to note that the top three schools all have just over 100 learners – which indicates that the enthusiastic

input from a school principal, teachers, parents and learners can attribute tremendously towards success. The Môreson Special School also deserves recognition for being the first school to be placed under the top three in their first year of participation.” At the prize giving ceremony held recently, Witt also noted that when the competition started in 2009 (with only 10 schools), the average weight collected was 15kg per learner, and that this competition has now grown to 50 schools in Windhoek and at the coast, with most schools exceeding 50kg per learner. Witt: “We would like to thank our members for their ongoing support for this project, notably the sponsors of the prizes. 1st prize of N$10 000 by Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) – a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L)

Group; 2nd prize of N$5 000 by Collect-a-Can and the third prize of N$2 500 by Plastic Packaging. Rent-ADrum was again the sponsor of the 4th and 5th prizes; whilst B2Gold Namibia, sponsor of the Best Improved School, awarded the winner of this category with a visit to their Environment Education Centre near Otjiwarongo. Rent-A-Drum will

be paying all schools for the recyclables collected, and to this end, a total of N$30 000 will be paid to the schools who have managed to collect recyclables to the value of N$200 and more.” Witt stressed that she is confident that this annual activity will continue to grow from strength to strength and that she is hopeful that even more schools will continue to show inte-

rest going forward. Witt: "It is heartening to see the total volumes diverted from the landfill by our youth - in 2016 and 2017 the schools collected 89 and 128 tons respectively. This year an impressive 133 tons were collected. It is also clear that the active engagement of principals and teachers play a considerable role towards successful recycling at schools".

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ACC and PAP (Pan-African Parliament): Empirical evidence of toothless, ineffective, semi-giant pretenders and failures of African institutions I recently took a very keen interest in following the recent 6th Ordinary Session of the Pan-African Parliament. It is really puzzling how African institutions are so similar in structure, status and action that they take in tackling different issues, and being hailed as prestigious big institutions, while all they are, are semi giant pretenders, there to give the minority of people outside them false hope of a better tomorrow, a better country or a better Africa. African institution is politically invested and pretty much aimed at buying votes and maintaining power to feed the elites for more good years for the political elderly elites. One good example, University of Namibia, a public tertiary education institution is slowly turning into a political institution dominated by politicians, in a way losing its credibility with both students and its senior staffs. First, it was an appointment of the Chancellor, who customarily has been the serving President of the country, now it's the Vice President and Prominent member of the Swapo party who has been subject of attention, and in the limelight for all the wrong reasons, mocking the poor with the famous “omake afyoona nyee” (clap hands you poor people). And lately with the jab of blaming “colonialism and apartheid” for the current wave of corruption in the country. Second came the renaming of the University of Namibia, School of medicine to Hage Geingob campus, a staunch supporter and member of the swap party, and the President of the Swapo Party, soon all

the education institutions would be named after all the ruling party's politicians or MPs, what is our education system turning into? All the decisions taken at the University of Namibia are now politically contentious, and reasonably questionable as they are taken with political thinking and individuals will always question, understandably so, such decisions. The ACC has been an issue of discussion over the years, pretty much since it was formed. It was established with an aura of determination and great expectation, much like the administration of the current sitting president and his much coveted rhetoric phrases, Harambee, “Namibian house”, “no one should feel left out” etc., however, as we all have seen, the action of the institution has not matched our expectations. Government spend a lot of millions on ACC's education and corruption prevention materials through increased communications with the public, letting the public know about corruption and how it possibly handle corruption, this amounted to 13 million in allocation in the current budget, this awareness normally raises more questions than answers for the public, the commission has

failed to take more robust and focused initiatives, like paying individuals who report credible corrupt practices, or whistleblowers who expose alleged and credible practice of corruption in the country, to ensure that the country is free of corruption and everyone is encouraged to report these practices instead of getting involved with corrupt people their own share of personal gains. Multiple cases of corruption have been reported in daily newspapers, frankly, you cannot read a newspaper for two days in a row without reading a report of corrupt activities in O/M/ As in the country, mostly making headlines and front page news, cases involving Politicians and high ranking government and public officials. In a way, the public is aware that such cases also make their way to the Commission, from farm allocations to family members by certain individuals while holding public offices, allocation of tenders to friends, fishing quotas to influential politicians and close friends, politicians involvement in allocation and payment of misquoted figures, such as the 36 and 47 million to foreign lawyers, the use of public funds and tax payer's money by politicians to

stay in luxurious hotels and eat nutritional and luxurious meals, we have airport construction and renovations ejected because of corruption (no one is held accountable), awarding of railways construction and renovation tenders to business partners and friends of politicians in public offices, especially Chinese and individuals who over and over makes the trip to China as part of the President's delegation. What about other shameful and selfish acts by individuals holding public offices that has not been documented or reported yet? The ACC despite all the increased funding from government, continues to look like a small fish in the pond, a toothless pretender, all it does is investigate, all the taxpayers' money is spent on investigating but no prosecution of the culprit. Sometimes no action is taken at all. Then what is the point of having such an institution? The same question has been asked of the Pan African Parliament! The ACC should be an autonomous body, it's funded by the taxpayers and should be accountable to them. The institution should be repor-

ted to the National Assembly, Standing committees on progress and the Annual reports should be submitted to the National Assembly each year. The Director of the Commission should be reporting to Parliament to ensure transparency and accountability, he/she should be summoned to Parliament at the request of the Committees to report and explain progress on certain cases and its action thereof, and not to the President or cabinet who only instruct accused culprits of corruption to explain themselves, how does explaining yourself solve or prevent or stop corruption? The Pan-African Parliament is an example of a laughable institution, which calls itself a legislative body, yet all it does is deliberate on several issues and advise the AU, and it ends there. National Council of Province of South Africa has actually in a matter of speaking much power than this Parliament at country level. Which makes you wonder why is it called a parliament at all, instead of a Consultative Forum? The Pan-African Parliament was established by the African Union

in 2004. Since then it has not passed a single law. That's because it's based on a Protocol that gives it only an advisory role. The parliament can gather information and discuss it, but can't make binding regulations to change anything. Its limited “consultative and advisory powers” hamper the African Union's ability to achieve a prosperous and peaceful Africa envisioned in its Agenda 2063. PAP has been accused as a period in the year were African Leaders go on holiday, sit in their fancy rotating chairs, argue with each other and throw around point of orders just for the sake of it. I mean what tangible resolutions come out of that sitting anyway? One of the main objectives of PAP is to make members states “adhere to good governance, transparency and accountability”, how would such an institution achieve such an objective without definite and decision making powers invested in it? How can a dog bite, if it does not have teeth? Namibia is represented pretty much by S WA P O M P s , s o m e , whose names as citizens of

Namibia we do not even recognise. Hon Loide Kasingo, a Deputy Speaker in the Namibian National Assembly, is the Vice President representing Southern Africa, this much tells you about the seriousness of PAP. African institutions are politically invested, and crucially unable to tackle the issues and problems that confront our society. They are dysfunctional in nature and made up of corrupt individuals. PAP itself has been battling with accusation of its President on corrupt practices and misuse of the Parliament's Funds, his refusal to disclose or disseminate the Report on the state of Parliament finances is evidence enough that he is not squeaky clean. How do we expect the issue of corruption to ever end? If it's embedded in the same institutions and individuals that are directly meant to be dealing with it? PAP is an example of Africa's difficulties in improving its governance. There is no lack of African institutions and agencies with impressive names and multimillion-dollar budgets.


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House burgled in Theo- Criminal cases report shows nearly 20 % reduction between 2016/2017 Ben Gurirab Str

A house-owner at Walvis Bay issued a warning this week for home owners to revisit their home security, after he was victim to a burglary in Theo-Ben Gurirab Street. The thugs switched off the electricity supply to his home. When the backup battery of the alarm system was depleted the housebreakers seized the moment.

The Erongo Region saw a visible downturn in some categories of crime from 2016 to 2017, but there remain several problem areas which still needs attention, according to statistics released recently by the Governor of Erongo Clr. Cleophas Mutjavikua in his State of the Region Address (SoRA) last week. Quoting statistics from the Ministry of Safety and Security, there were 68 rape cases reported in 2016. In 2017 the number of case reported decreased slightly to 62 reported cases. With regard to other categories of crime: Assault - Grievous Bodily harm, 545 cases in 2016 and 441cases in 2017. Drugs - 150 cases in 2016 and 181 cases in 2017. Robberies - 179 cases in 2016 and 132 cases in 2017. Culpable Homicide - 37 cases in 2016 and 36 cases in 2017. Stock theft - 135 cases in 2016 and 140 cases in 2017. Theft from motor vehicles - 169 cases in 2016 and 126 cases in 2017 (picture as example above).. Fraud - 295 cases in 2016 and 177 cases in 2017. Housebreaking and theft - 879 cases in 2016 and 811 cases in 2017. Domestic Violence - 393 cases in 2016 and 224 cases in 2017. The total amount of cases for 2016 were 2850 and 2330 in 2017. It represents a decline of 18,25 %

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DBN strengthens its fraud reporting mechanisms The Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) has strengthened its fraud reporting mechanisms, says Senior Manager: Corporate Communication, Jerome Mutumba. cluding cash. This In terms of improved staff within the Bank. fraud reporting, the Says Mutumba, the might also include Bank has outsourced Bank is both ethical, fraudulent disburseits reporting channels and holds itself ac- ments or misuse of to local auditors De- countable for capital payments received loitte. This step was placed under its ste- from the Bank. taken to ensure that wardship. In light of The third is statement potential whistle- this, the Bank is taking fraud, in which a borblowers feel that they proactive steps to pre- rower or potential can report fraud in a vent misuse of its borrower understates neutral environment, funds. Not only is fraud or overstates assets in says Mutumba, the reporting expected to order to present a false Bank has become e x p o s e a t t e m p t e d appearance which can aware of the global fraud, but it will also influence treatment of phenomenon that deter it by creating an applications and mawhistleblowers are environment that is nagement of accounts after borrowing. wary of making re- hostile to abuse. ports for fear of vic- On the topic of the Mutumba goes on to timization. In order to types of fraud that the say that the potential adhere to global best Bank is alert to, Mu- for fraud is well-mapractices, and in ad- tumba says there are naged by the Bank's Risk and Compliance herence with the new three forms at stake. Whistleblowers Act The first is corruption, function, as well as of 2017, the Bank has which commonly con- w i t h c h e c k s a n d adopted the new sists of bribery, con- balances during the apflicts of interest, illegal plication process. He mechanism. The benefits of the gratuities (kickbacks) adds that during the apnew system are that and economic ex- plication process, asswhistleblowers can tortion in which a essment of proposals is report anonymously, service is withheld be- done by three indein a neutral environ- fore payment is re- pendent committees. Post borrowing, acment. This applies to ceived. the public who may The second is asset counts are monitored believe that DBN m i s a p p r o p r i a t i o n , for deviation from resources are being which consists of theft terms. In addition, misused, as well as to or misuse of assets, in- various functions of

the Bank observe borrowers and enterprises in situ. The Bank is determined to hold itself accountable, and to ac-

Lamp post blown over A lamp post was blown over by the southwesterly wind in Walvis Bay’s 6th Street on Friday. It is suspected the lamp post was weakened at a previous occasion by either a vehicle bumping it or vandals who make it their duty to target public infrastructure. The lamp post bowed in the wind and caused a minor traffic disruption before a passing motorist stopped and moved it out of the traffic lane. The matter has been reported to Erongo RED.

hieve this, it will continue to review its mechanisms and adopt best practices as they become apparent, he says.

Mutumba concludes by calling on any member of the public who has evidence of any form of fraud perpetrated against the

Bank to use the antifraud communication channels. More information on reporting can be found at www.

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The World to call on 1 June The cruise liner, The World calls at the port of Walvis Bay on 1 June. The World is currently sailing the Mediterranean Sea before she starts with her southbound cruise to this part of the South Atlantic. The vessel has a total passenger capacity of 1046 people and also offers permanent residence at sea for those who can afford private ownership of a condo aboard the ship.

Tuesday 15 May High Tide: 03:08 Low Tide: 09:13 High Tide: 15:37 Low Tide: 21:25

Thursday 17 May High Tide: 04:30 Low Tide: 10:34 High Tide: 17:00 Low Tide: 22:52

Wednesday 16 May High Tide: 03:48 Low Tide: 09:52 High Tide: 16:17 Low Tide: 22:07

Friday 18 May Low Tide: 05:14 High Tide: 11:18 Low Tide: 17:47 Low Tide: 23:41

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Spotlights on vehicles are legal - court strikes two cases from the roll The mounting of additional lights to your vehicle is legal. That includes spotlights, irrespective of whether it is the conventional halogen spotlights or led (light emitting diodes) spotlights. Two cases have been struck from the roll in the Walvis Bay magistrates court this week where vehicle owners were to appear before a criminal court for having spotlights mounted to their vehicles. They were issued fines by traffic officers and decided to mount court challenges, instead of paying these fines. Veteran traffic official Dave Viljoen, was called in as an expert witness in this regard and made a presentation to one of the state prosecutors in Walvis Bay. In his presentation, Viljoen pointed out spotlights, irrespective whether it is the halogen- or led-type, are not defined in the Road Transportation Act of 2001. The fact that the spotlights are not specifically defined in the Act makes it illegal for traffic officials to issue fines to vehicle owners for fitting spotlights (additional lights) to their vehicles. Further inquiries by namib times, confirmed the Walvis Bay magistrates court will no more hear any cases where fines were issued to vehicle owners who have additional lights fitted to their vehicles. Furthermore, traffic officials also risk now being cited for ill-intentions if further fines in this regard are issued. “Traffic officers need to brush up their knowledge and interpretation of the Road Traffic Act. It is “mala fide” [ill intent] to fine motorists for additional lights when the Act specifically says you may fit any additional lights to your vehicle”, explained a court official. Adding the only prerequisite is when additional lights are fitted to a vehicle, it must go dark completely when the dim switch is activated. That is opposed to the vehicle's standard manufactured lights which are only required to display in either bright or dim mode. Sakariah Namandje Nonsense Point no 1, Road Traffic and Transport Act, is not an Act of 2001 but of 1999. Mr Viljoen and namib times just need to be called to order for misleading the nation with false information

and that is very serious. Lamps are defined clearly in the law. Just read, read and understand. Don't paint yourself gold in public and let others be victimised. Dalene Johnson Can the Namibian police please also be

informed and made aware as were stopped twice with warnings that LED spotlights are not legal and they can confiscate our car licence! We bought car with these spotlights.. and we had to remove it and replace at big expense! Michael May Twenty-fourth Ill need it in black and white in ma hands otherwise the act must be amended it is clearly stated in the act with diagrams on how additional lights must be fitted and how much must be added on vehicles! I'am Katiti Dave Viljoen thinks he is smart. He keeps blinding the public with the notion the that the Act does specify the type of lamps. He keeps omitting Sub regulation 3 of regulation 175 which makes reference to the SABS/SANS standards which specifies the. Jurgen Goliath After one idiot from city police suspended my vehicle licence and I had to send my vehicle for testing again all the inconvenience for nothing! Hans-Peter Steinbach Is die spotlights bo op die dak/rollbar ook wettig? Sover ek weet is daar 'n maksimum hoogte vir enige lig. Jesaja Geros Hango Case closed now we can bright each other at night. Steve Coetzee Berig en hof uitspraak beteken niks die verkeers polisie op die pad maak in elk geval net soos hulle wil. Louw Greeff So can all motorists who were pestered get a refund on their ille-gal fines??? Leonard Lerm Ja volgens my wete dink ek ook dit mag nie bokant jou hoof ligte wees

nie. Kauhahiziua Kanduuombe The officers must come give us the counter act prohibiting sport lights.. Karsten Dammann Andreas Bauer lass deine Leiste ruhig dran.... Renier Botha Was the law amended already!? Hendrick Shetu Filippus Let me not see any officer stopping me again. Mark Koola Eiman Ewald Ochs Elmo Ochs sit maar die jeep se led bar op. Shetunyenga Erwin Simon Iipilosi mbi yokuwelela moradio ongula onene nayiilongeleko sha. Ricardo Mouton En my deplaning is nou aan die wiele gery on life boe the sit. Friedel Steenkamp Thx, now we can drive in peace....trew the knight. Riaan Trollip Die probleem in windhoek is dit city police vat jou kar se lisensie skyfie. Dit maak dat jy die kar moet laat oor registreer by Natis... Hulle gee nie om waar jy vandaan kom in namibia nie. Hulle gee nie n boete nie. Vincent Ndino Shingenge I got answer to many of you pls. Maritza Hugo Bezuidenhout Dalton Bezuidenhout Alex Horn Christo Kruger so hier is dit weer. Julle mag spots op he. Vernon Knowles Bok gaan soek jou geld terug. Manu Paul Don't be mislead. Juliana Junie Kahimbi Check the act please. Tjay Tongo Mbk Victor Songa Musiwa mwa kona kubeya. Hakuna zama fine.

Three Chinese nationals admit to assault of Namibian who owed them rent money Three Chinese nationals admitted in Walvis Bay on Wednesday that they assaulted a Namibian male who failed to pay rent. The incident took place in the harbour town's new industrial area and the 57-year-old Nambian claims to have been beaten with the fists and was also hit with a metal rake, leading to injuries. The Namibian Police at Walvis Bay confirmed the incident and said three Chinese nationals Zhang Xingdong (42), Zhang Xingpeng (age unknown) and Xiao Haoxiang (22) were arrested after a case of assault with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm was laid against them at the Walvis Bay police station. The assault took place at the business premises South-ward Investments, numbers 1 and 2 Langer Heinrich Street in the new industrial area. According to the Police the victim who was assaulted failed to pay his rent for three months and he was assaulted subsequently. No details are known, whether the rent is for a commercial premises or for a residential unit. Instead of appearing in the Walvis Bay magistrates court on the charge of assault with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm, they opted to pay an admission of guilt fine of N$1 500 each after the charge was reduced to that of common assault. The therefore never saw on the inside of the court. Chris Engels It's amazing how they the Chinese can buy property in Namibia and rent it out to the citizens of Namibia who can't afford to buy property in their own country. It's time that the government takes charge and put the Namibian citizens first. Michelle McBrown Hairston Because they can afford to pay admission of guilt they should be let free... totally wrong. To many of us 1500 is a lot of money, there are some who can't afford that! So a 4500 goes freely towards the government and the poor guy endured all the beatin... George Matheus Walvis Bay residents stand up and demonstrate on the streets and demand for the deportation of these Chinese Nationals who think they are untouchable. Ndapewa P Hamunyela Renting to a foreign in own country ...mhuu, suchness. Our leaders are heartless. I rest my case here Dianne van Tonder So.......because they opted to pay the admission of guilt fine of 1500 each, they are free to go. Their next victim might not be as lucky as this one and who will be to blame for that??? Useless piece of s..!!! Takes 3 of them to beat up a 57 year old guy. Natangwe Kautondokwa Shilongo Most of these properties/warehouses were previously owned by Namibians who sold them to Chinese. Now Namibians have to rent such buildings from Ching-Chongs. Chizz Nekongo This is what our Namibia has become. People from other countries come here and OWN buildings, i just dont understand how! And they make OUR OWN PEOPLE, people from Namibia rent in their own country. Melvin Indongo How cum the law in namibia is more severe for nationals compared to foreigners. I feel like namibia is the only place in the world were foreigners a treated better than nationals en this is a general observation Layla Lalita Lucy Davis I wonder on what ground these nationals are in namibian if its work or business they r not allowed to own property they should also rent...... Agneta Matsuis Our leaders have sold our country to the Chinese. We will be colonised by the Chinese soon and it will be 100 times worse than apartheid. Jonathan Goodmine Nautwima II Walvis Bay residents voted their trusted councillors (as their representatives whose one of their aim was supposed to be ; protecting their own people) . They can put a full stop on land sale to foreigners! Walvis Bay residents , you can propose for t.. Eduard Fetzer That's nothing! Just wait! When you think the white people are rassist, just wait a couple of years until even more Chinese will come to the country! Then you will see who is really rassist !!

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Friends of Hope Friends of Hope is a new support group which was established in Walvis Bay. The aim of the group is to help and support people with Alcohol and Drug problems. Tony Jarman and Rubert Davids from Circle of Friends Healing Together, is a Support Group for people in Windhoek assisted with the establishment of Friends of Hope in Walvis Bay. No one should go the recovery road alone, and Friends of Hope will offer a safe place for everyone to meet and share their story. There is nothing more comforting than knowing you have a group of people who truly understand your feelings and care about you. It is a fact that we all know it takes courage to attend a support meeting. The support meetings are not only for persons that are addicted, but parents or anyone with a loved one or friend suffering from alcohol or drug addiction is invited to attend. Come and learn the facts about addiction and how to support your loved one in recovery and much more. Please reach out to Friends of Hope so that a group of people can support you and encourage you to give it a try. The group would love to hear your stories. Friends of Hope is a place for refuge, safe to share, to belong, to learn, to grow and become strong, for healthy challenges and healthy risks, where respect is given to each member, where you can take off your mask and where confidentiality is highly regarded and most of all a place for a possible turning point in your life. The support meetings are not a place for selfish control, for therapy, for secrets nor is it a place where you can look for a date or to rescue or be rescued by others. The meetings is not a place of perfection and long term commitments. You cannot and will not be judged by others

and is not a place for a quick fix. The support group meetings will start

within the next two weeks and the group is looking forward to meeting you.

Rudi Bowe

The permanent members of the group are: Chairperson: Leon Louw Vice Chairperson: Penelope Martin Secretary: Francis Palmer Treasurer: Nadia Garoes Additional Member: Mary Thomas

Ruben Davids and Tony Jarman with the persons that attended the workshop



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NOTICE OF REIMBURSEMENT OF OVER CHARGED CLIENTS: PLACE: Otavi Street 20, Haus Atlantic DATE: 10th & 11th July 2018, Swakopmund TIME: 08:00 am till 13:00 pm 14:00 pm to 17:00 pm PLACE: Outapi Town Hotel DATE: 6th & 7th June 2018 Outapi TIME: 08:00 am to 13:00 pm 14:00 pm to 17:00 pm PLACE: Nexus Group Ongwediva DATE: 4th & 5th June 2018 TIME: 08:00 am to 13:00 pm 14:00 pm to 17:00 pm Please bring the following documents: Id document. Any proof of loans and / or payments made. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT CELL / E-MAIL: /

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WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Home Based Office (Administrative) ON ERF: 1960 TOWNSHIP: Walvis Bay STREET: Jan Jonker Afrikaner Street. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, the undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/ establish a Home Based Office on the site. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 106D, Civic Centre. Any person having any objection to the approval of this application, must lodge such objection, together with grounds thereof, with the General Manager: Roads and Building Control, (Town Planning), Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay and the undersigned, in writing, not later than 5 June 2018. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): M Hanabeb, P.O. Box 61479, Katutura, Windhoek.

NAMIBIAN MARITIME AND FISHERIES INSTITUTE NAMFI was established in July 1996 by the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources as a Trust. NAMFI's primary responsibility is to provide training to the maritime and fisheries industries.

VACANCY: DIRECTOR (based in Walvis Bay) Requirements: ! A recognized B-degree in one of the following fields: Management Studies, Business Studies, Education or Maritime Studies or equivalent. ! Possession of an MBA or Master Degree in a relevant field would be an advantage. ! A minimum of six (6) years experience in the relevant field, of which three (3) years should have been at Senior Management level. ! Good knowledge of the maritime and fisheries legislation will be an advantage. ! Working in a multi-cultural organization the applicant should possess good interpersonal relations. ! The successful candidate should have strong commitment to build and develop the Institute in the best interest of Namibia and should also ensure that the Institute meets the International and National training requirements. ! The successful candidate should be fluent in written and spoken English. ! Computer Literacy Key performance areas: ! The successful candidate will assume responsibility for the overall management of the Institute. ! Ensure the efficient and effective attainment of goals and objectives of institute. ! Manage institute resources in accordance with strategic plans. ! Develop and maintain harmonious working relationships among all key stakeholders. ! Oversee organizational development, including need analysis, planning and implementation NAMFI is offering an attractive remuneration package to the successful candidate. Interested individuals should deliver the following: A comprehensive CV and certified copies of qualifications and should be sent to (no fax): Ms. Lorraine Sarles Namibian Maritime and Fisheries Institute Human Resources 29,1st Street East Old Naval Base P O Box 3228 or Walvis Bay Walvis Bay Tel: 064-270900 CLOSING DATE: 24 May 2018 Designated groups as classified by the Affirmative Action Act are encouraged to apply. Only short listed candidates will be contacted and no documents will be returned.

We are an international leader in the logistics industry and currently have a vacancy for a temporary customs entry clerk. The successful candidate will be required to frame customs entries accurately and liaise with customs and government agencies. Personal Attributes • Be analytical and systematic in their approach • Logical reasoning ability & attentive to detail Following requirements are essential: • Grade 12 • Asycuda World Certificate • Thorough working knowledge of Asycuda World including cross border and bond applications • Extensive knowledge of customs procedures • Computer literate with working knowledge of MS Office, outlook and Excel • Good communication skills Closing date for all applications: 24 May 2018 via e-mail:


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PLOT AND PLAN – DOLPHIN BEACHVERY CLOSE TO THE BEACH 3 Bedroom house with 2 bathrooms, double garage, scullery, sitting room and tv room N$2 200 000.00 Contact 081 208 7316

HOUSE FOR SALE: TAMARISKIA SWAKOPMUND 2 Bedroom, 1 bathroom, open plan kitchen / lounge / dining single garage, pre-paid meter, bic, free standing. Price: N$ 1 080 500.00 Irene: 081 353 551 / 064 412320 email: TO RENT: Walvis Bay: Two bedroom flat from 1 July. Great location! Neat and spacious two bedroom, BIC, kitchen, bathroom, open-plan sit/lounge, indoor braai, remote garage and gate, alarm system. Prepaid electricity, water excluded. DSTV available. Sorry, no children and no pets. N$5500.00 plus deposit. Semi-furnished option also available. Contact: 081 250 4694 / 064 203 342


USAKOS HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER Erf No 221 Rogan Str, 639m² - 2 Bedrooms, bathroom, enclosed stoep room, lounge, dining room, kitchen & outside porch with single garage, outbuilding with toilet, fully fenced. N$550 000.00 neg Contact: 081 129 8848




HOUSE FOR SALE!! Swakopmund Ocean View close to Spar. Only N$1 850 000.00 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms both with shower and bath. Spacious kitchen with granite top & 2 bar chairs. Lounge with cladded wall for tv & mounted unit for DSTV etc. Dining room with inside braai. Scullery Double automated garage. Security: Alarm system installed. Beams on all sides of the house. Contact 081 487 1960

Narraville – 1 Bedroom Flat (no garage pre-paid w/l – N$3 000.00 Narraville - 2 Bedr, bathr, sitting, kitchen, garage, prepaid w/e N$4 750.00 Narraville – 2 Bed flat, garage, courtyard, avail end March – N$5 000.00 Narraville – 2 Bedr flat, no garage, pre-paid water /electricity – N$4 550.00 Narraville – 2 Bedr flat, with garage, pre paid water/electr. & Court-yard – N$4 950.00 Narraville – 2 Bed house single garage, pre paid electricity – N$5 500.00 Narraville – 2 bed flat, garage, courtyard, w/e pre paid – N$4 750.00 Kuisebmund – Room with share toilet & Shower (Hot Water) – N$2 000.00 Kuisebmund – Room with own toilet & Shower & Small kitchen (no warm water) – N$2 000.00 Kuisebmund 1 bedr, kitchen /lounge pre paid w/e – N$2 822.00 Kuisebmund – 2 Bedr flat, no garage - Namsov – N$4 000.00 Hermis – 1 Bedr flat, 1 bathroom, sitting/kitchen open plan (underground parking) – N$4 500.00 Hermis – 1 Bedroom flat (w/e) incl – N$3 950.00 Hermis – 2 Bed flat, parking, yard w/e exl – N$4 500.00 Meersig – 2 Bed, garage, courtyard in complex – N$6 950.00 Lagoon – Semi Furnished flat with garage (w) incl – N$4 500.00 Central – 2 Bedroom flat with garage – N$6 409.00 Central – Pre-fab flat (w/e) incl – N$3 200.00 Central – 2 Bedroom flat with garage – N$6 300.00 Central 3 Bedr Townhouse, 2 garage, courtyard – N$7 700.00 Central – 2 Bedr Townhouse single garage, courtyard – N$6 600.00 Central – 2 Bedroom Town house, 2 garages, courtyard, w/e prepaid – N$6 300.00 Central – 2 bed flat, own yard, w/e incl – N$4 950.00 Central – 1 bed flat, garage, w/e excl – N$4 600.00 Central – 2 bed flat, garage, w/e pre paid – N$5 620.00 Central – 2 bed flat, garage, bath, courtyard, pet friendly (small) – N$6 615.00 Lagoon – Bachelor flat, w incl, no garage – N$3 300.00

Contact Magdel – 081 -358- 8745 Lana – 081-350-1827 Office – 064 280 600


MAYS TRADING CC For Sale WalvisBay, Narraville, N$450 000 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, kitchen, lounge, boundry walls. Semi-detached house with spacious yard and back entrance. Cash clients, preferred. Walvis Bay, Narraville, N$995 000 Double Story House (Needs TLC), 3 Bedroom, 2 bathrooms, open-plan lounge, dining room and entertainment area, study, kitchen, spacious upstairs space for further development, boundary walls, spacious erf, erf sizes 545.6 m² Walvis Bay, Narraville, N$1,150 million 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, open-plan kitchen outside braai, interlocks & boundary walls with garage, erf size 360m² Walvis Bay For Sale N$2.6Million Property Development project on sale in WALVIS BAY. A Free standing corner property 1200 sqm erf 3 bedrooms 1 full bathroom lounge, dining room kitchen with BIC & single garage and boundary walls which was converted from single residential to general residential. excluding costs. Walvis Bay, Narraville, Sun Valley, N$1,250 Mil, ALL COSTS INCLUDED 3 Bedrooms, (aircon in main bedroom) 2 bathroom, spacious open-plan kitchen with lots of cupboards, lounge, dining area, indoor braai double remote garage interlocks & boundary walls SWAKOPMUND: MONDESA N$900,000 2 Bedroom, 1 bathroom freestanding house. open-plan kitchen/lounge. garage. Erf size: 300m² PLUS Flat Narraville, N$4,480 mil (General residential) Erf for sale. Erf size 3973m². Zoning Density 1/150 Walvis Bay, N$1,7 mil 3 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms. lounge. spacious fitted kitchen, garage plus one bedroom flats & two bedrooms flat with a income of N$7500 Walvis Bay, Hermis N$1,9 million (For the developer) 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. lounge. dining room. spacious fitted kitchen. plus 2xone bedroom flats. Corner property. Close to dunes mall. Erf size 1054m² Contact Tracey: 081 302 3806 Mounien: 081 860 1938 Email:maystradingwb@g

TO RENT: Tamariskia, Two bedroom, sitting room, open plan kitchen, one bathroom, single garage, bund wall, both garage and gate on electric motors. Available from the 1st June 2018 for N$6000 per month (water and electricity excluded). Contact 081 122 8068 / 081 280 1145 Langstrand – To Let. Fully furnished 2 bedroom apartment, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen and lounge. Single garage and balcony with braai and sea view. Unfortunately no pets. N$ 5500 P\M. Water & Electricity excluded. Available immediately. Contact: 081 256 7472. BACHELOR FLAT TO RENT! Swakopmund Rykmansdorp ext 3 near Woerman & brock Mondesa - 1 Bedroom Flat,Bathroom & Kitchen with BIC for, water included & Elec prepaid. N$3500, available as from the 15 May 2018 Contact: 0811429378 0812202575 TO RENT: Kuisebmond, Sea View - 2 Bedroom house with build in cupboards, bathroom & shower, open-plan kitchen (build in cupboards + stove), single automated garage, big living room. Water included, prepaid electricity. Relaxing area. N$5000.00 p/m Deposit required – N$5000.00 Available 1 June 2018 Contact: 081 644 4690 TO LET: Walvis Bay, 69B, 6th street, near Venus. Freestanding 1 bedroom flat with BIC, open-plan kitchen, lounge / TV room, full bathroom, outdoor BBQ, remote garage, own entrance. Approved tenants only. Not pet friendly. 12 Month contract. N$5800.00 p/m + deposit, prepaid electricity, excluding water. Available immediately. Contact: 081 653 7990 TO RENT: Bachelor flat to rent. Rent: N$3000.00 p/m Deposit: N$1500.00 W+E included. Open for viewing anytime. Contact: 081 124 3381

Swakopmund Central N$6400 – 1 Bed, 1 bath, kitchen, lounge, and single garage, No Animals, and No Smoking, Imm avail N$7300 – 1 bed, 1 bath, o/p kitchen / lounge, basic furniture, with basement parking imm avail N$7700 - 2 bed, 1 bath, kitchen/lounge &1 garage, avail 1 June 18. No Animals N$ 8500 – 3 bed, 2 bath, o/p kitchen / lounge apartment with double garage, imm avail. No Animals Vogelstrand N$7900 - 2 Bed, 2 Bath, open-plan kitchen / lounge, balcony and BBQ, 1 garage. Avail 1st of July 18 Ocean View N$15000 – 3 bed, 2 bath, o/p kitchen / lounge / dining, indoor BBQ, double garage house, with 2 bed flat, o/p kitchen / lounge and 1bath, Imm avail Mile 4 N$8800 - 2 bed, 2 bath, o/p kitchen / lounge, 1 garage, fully furnished Apartment, imm avail Tamariskia N$7300 - 3Bed, 1bath, kitchen, lounge, dining, and 1 garage Avail 1st of June 18 Tamariskia Ext 3 N$8200 – 3 Bed, 2 bath, kitchen, lounge, dining, and double garage. Imm avail Langstrand N$12 000 - 4 Bed house, with 3 baths, o/p kitchen / lounge, Indoor BBQ, double garage PLUS bachelor Flat, Imm avail. Henties – Omdel N$3300 – 2 bed, 2 bath, kitchen, lounge Avail 1st of June 18 N$2500 – 1 bed, 1bath, open-plan kitchen/lounge Avail 1st of June 18 Henties Bay N$5500- 3 bed, 2 bath, double garage, Avail 1st of July 18 Call Lucille 081 169 6216, or Erika 081 158 3464 or 064 464 033

TO RENT: Walvis Bay Industrial Area Syncrolift 2nd Street East Office space and warehouse available. Contact: 081 124 3904

TO RENT: 3 Bedroom, 2 bathrooms (main ensuite), lounge, dining room + kitchen for rent N$9350.00. One bedroom flat, lounge, bathroom & open-plan bar for rent – N$4950.00 Contact: 081 127 1997 TE HUUR: Walvisbaai Naby Dune Mall Kamer aan enkel persoon, geen kinders of diere nie. Geen plek vir motor nie. Water en ligte ingesluit. Deposito: N$700.00 Huur: N$1900.00 Vooruit betaalbaar. Skakel: 081 351 3225 TO RENT: One bedroom flat available for rent in Kuisebmond, Omugulugombashee Circle Street. For N$3000.00 p/m + deposit: N$2000.00 W+E included. Own bathroom with open-plan kitchen. Contact: 081 286 2506 / 081 856 8528 FLAT TO RENT Central Walvis Bay Modern and spacious 2 bedroom flat, open-plan kitchen / living room, full bathroom, single garage – remote doors. Free water, pre-paid electricity. Outside braai with small court yard Rent N$7900 Deposit required Available : 1 June 2018 Contact: 081 124 5889

TO LET WALVIS BAY CENTRAL N$8 500 – 3 Bed , 2 bath townhouse with single garage N$7 000 – Newly build 3 bed , 2 bath townhouse with double garage HERMES N$6 000 – 2 bed , 1 bath flat with single garage N$8 950 – 3 bed , 1 bath , with double garage w& e incl NARRAVILLE N$3 000 – 1 Bed flat with own bath w&e incl N$3 150 – 1 Bed flat with own bathroom w&e incl N$5 000 – 2 Bed, 1 bath house with single garage N$ 4 200 – 2 bed , 1 bath house KUISEBMUND N$4 250 – 3 bed , 2 bath with single garage N$3 850 – Newly built 2 bed , 1 bath house N$4 500 – 2 bed, 1 bath house with single garage N$3 850 – 2 bed , 1 bath with single garage N$4 200 – 2 bed, 1 bath flat with single garage INDUSTRIAL N$10 000 – 174 m² warehouse with an office N$10 500 incl VAT – 145m² office space (w incl) N$12 000 – 204m² warehouse with office Please call Rhoda 081 4131313 Talitha 081 3373669

FLAT TO RENT: Narraville Single person only. Available 01/06/2018 Central Narraville Separate entrance. Deposit: N$3000.00 in advance, monthly rental - N$3000.00. W+E included. Kitchen (double sink), with bic, bedroom (bic), shower / toilet & hand basin, fully tiled. Parking inside yard. No children or pets. Contact: 081 244 1320


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Modern Duplex House for rent in Fairways, Walvis Bay 3 Bedrooms with bic, all rooms are ensuite, separate guest toilet, open-plan modern kitchen, lounge and dining with indoor braai, double garage, full alarm system, garden with huge potential and small courtyard. Available from 1 June 2018, N$16 500.00 p/m, excl water and electricity Contact 081 128 3273 for viewing as from 7 May 2018

TE HUUR: Swakopmund Netjiese kantoor ruimte 89m² Dr Libertina Amathila Str. Bestaan uit 3 kantoor ruimtes, 1 stoorkamer opwas, toilet Prys aanvraag. Skakel eienaar: 081 260 6999 061 402 302

HOUSES TO LET Meersig – 3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathr, Double Garage, indoor braai, interlocked – N$10 500.00 Meersig – 3 Bedrooms, double garage, 2 bathr – N$8 887.00 Meersig – 3 Bedr, double garage, 2 bathroom N$9 920.00 Meersig – 2 Bed House & 1 bed flat N$11 600.00 Central – 3 Bedroom House, 1 bathroom, tandem garage, no pets, w/e incl – N$8 500.00 Contact: Magdel – 081 358 8745 Lana – 081-350-1827 Office – 064 280 600


TO RENT: Narraville Sun Valley, erf 3421 Noissete Str 1 Bedroom flat, bic iin kitchen and room, openplan kitchen and living room. Water included. N$3200.00 Contact: 081 146 5174

TO LET: MATUTURA HOUSE 2Bedrooms bic, bathroom Kitchen bic and Lounge N$ 4800.00 W/L Excl 2Bedrooms bic, bathroom and kitchen N$3800.00 W/L Excl NHE 2 Bedrooms, bathroom Open-plan kitchen N$4 500.00 W/ including 3 Bedrooms bic, 2 bathrooms and kitchen N$5500.00 W/L Excl Avble 1/6/ 2018 OLWETWENI FLAT 2 bedrooms,bathroom Open plan kitchen, single garage N$ 4 200.00 W/L Excl 2 bedrooms, bathroom Kitchen, Lounge, Tandem Garage. Alarm system N$5500.00 W/L Excl JABULANI 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Kitchen bic stove, lounge And parking area N$5000,00 W/L Excl Avble 1/6/2018 TUTALENI 2Bedrooms, bathroom Kitchen and Lounge N$4600.00 W/L Excl Avble 1/6/2018 TAMARISKIA 2Bedrooms, bathroom Open-plan kitchen N$4500.00 W/Incld Avble 1/6/2018 MONDESA Rooms from N$1760.00 to N$2500.00 1bedroom, bathroom kitchen N$2700.00 W/ Incl 2 bedrooms, bathroom Lounge, kitchen and boundary wall N$5000.00 W/ Incl All Dep-required Office 064-406783 Cell: 081 297 7253 Cell: 081 397 2207




COURSES GERMAN COURSE FOR ADULT BEGINNERS: Learn to speak German and improve your job opportunities!!! Limited space available. Register no to qualify for a discount. Experienced mother - tongue teacher. Contact: 081 607 2685

ANIMALS MISSING AFRICAN GREY Lost in Fairways area. Reward Offered. If found, please contact: 081 561 5648 / 081 415 0150 / 081 205 9691


PROSPERITY HOTEL SCHOOL Register anytime and start Hospitality classes. 1. Waiter / Bar / Waitress 2. Housekeeper / Cleaner Registration fee N$1000 and copy of ID 2xMonths 3. Chef/Cook/Events Decor and Receptionist Registration Fee N$ 2500 and copy of ID 3x Months 4. Computer Class Registration fee N$ 250 or N$ 500 full 1xMonth Find us in Walvis Bay and Swakopmund at 0818851466 Windhoek at Star Hotel in Khomasdal at 0814628224. We also provide trained staff to all establishment.

SERVICES PRODEL RENOVATIONS: Back by popular demand! For all you Renovation and Construction needs JOHANN STEYN 081 128 0848


Walvis Bay Warehouses & Office Space TO LET IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE


Kuisebmond Newly-built 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with open-plan kitchen, dining / lounge with garage & stoep. Own 300m² erf. N$ 925 000.00 Claudia 081 169 6227


FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house in Mondesa, close to Woermann for rent. Water incl N$ 4500.00 p/m Contact: 081 612 6820

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Large Family Home to Rent in Meersig Walvis Bay, 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom (one en-suite), large kitchen (island with stove & hob & oven), large scullery, laundry room, lounge, entertainment room, study room. 2x Build in braai, coal stove, large interlocked yard, 3 garages. N$11 000.00 Water & Elec included. Available immediately. Call: 081 781 0994



FOR SALE VACANT ERVEN SWAKOPMUND MATUTURA 540m² @ N$ 480 000-00 TAMARISKIA 536m² @ N$ 530 000-00 606m² @ N$ 590 000-00 ROSALIN 081 412 4246

BUSINESS FOR SALE Restaurant in Walvis Bay, fully equipped. As running concern, registered in CC. Special liquor license. Ideal location, 76 seats including bar + outside. Low rent + overheads, good turn over. Price reduced! Contact: 081 223 7899

Warehouses from 300m² to 2 100m² available TOWN CENTRE – Office Space close to Namib Times – N$13 000.00 TOWN CENTRE – Office Space in town (6th Street) – N$10 000.00 Kuisebmund – Office Space from 50 to 56m² available – N$4 663.00 Contact: Magdel – 081 358 8745 Lana – 081-350-1827 Office – 064 280 600

NOTICE PET ALERT Dr Christoff Coetzee is relocating consulting rooms to Mediderm. Rooms are in the Swakopmund Medical Centre across the street from Mediclinic Swakopmund. Contact at 064 40 40 80.



HOUSE FOR RENT: Matature House for rent in Matatura, water included and deposit can be negotiated. Deposit: 4000.00 N$ 4300.00 p/m Stanley Gurirab: 081 444 7339 Malakia Properties

SCISSOR HANDS UNISEX HAIR SALON Shop 11, Heidi’s Ecke Walvis Bay To all esteemed clients, Tracey has officially started For your appointments 081 209 4030 081 470 7080


!! MISSING DOGS – WALVIS BAY !! These 2 precious dogs went missing from their home in Fairways on 9 May 2018 Large reward offered for their safe return !!!!!!! CONTACT THE OWNER 0817840321 CONTACT THE SPCA 204041 / 0816291190

OFFICE & HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE REMOVAL SPECIALISTS Namibia - South Africa Household & Office. Mobile: 0814093522 email:

The Haven Academy 160 Hage Geingob Street, Walvis Bay Hospitality Housekeeping Closing date: 18 May 2018 Enquiries: Memory 081 208 0632

B&B ELECTRIC Pieter: 081 129 7349 Andrew: 081 659 8496 Electrical maintenance, new installations and additions, kitchen renovations (electrical)

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Traditional doctor Traditional Doctor Banda Registered healer in Walvis Bay. Under nyasa herbals cc - He cast out spells: he heals diseases, instant results guaranteed, work calling back, lost lovers, work, promotion, attraction protection. He is very powerful. Get the job of your choice, get married keep your relationship faithful. Remove bad luck, chase away tokoloshes, pregnancy, win in life financial intelligence And business expansion. Size in men, women matters. Fortune telling. Call for appoinment +264 81 740 7321

Dr. Jumah The Witchdoctor Practising as: Jumah African Traditional Healing Methods He is an expert and experienced Traditional medicines and practitioner of herbs of different types He is an expert and experienced in: Natural and artificial diseases, witchcraft and magical diseases, weather and created diseases, african and foreign diseases, love issues and problems, marriages and financial issues and problems, court cases, farm and home protection, livestock development and protection, body protection, confining and catching thieves, employment and business opportunities, luck and lucky charms, gambling and lotto, charms of any kind, talismanic rings and belts, sea workers protection, sea lag diseases and many more... Come in Walvis Bay town centre close to Multi save Shopping centre at Berani court in Hage Geingob street Consultation fee is N$ 100.00 Marriage counseling, stress and depression counseling, business counseling and consultation and plans are also done at a fee. Call today Dr. Jumah the witchdoctor of all times 081 880 5300 / 081 640 9818 Come and see the best doctor! You will live a healthy and successful life in 2018 and beyond!


Traditional Doctor Moyo Tired of running up and down, going everywhere but not achieving your real goals, here is your doctor to prove everything for you. He helps with different types of problems such as court cases, love affairs, marriage problems, weak erections which is unable to satisfy your woman, vagina tightness for man to feel always attracted to you house problems, all types of transmitted sickness, high blood pressure, asthma, headaches, chest pains, chasing of bad luck spirits, job problems, stop lover from cheating you [man or woman] Business improvements, all types of good luck. pregnancy problems, have protected life, never give up your life, your doctor is here to cleanse and lift you up. Come at 471 Mandume Ya Ndemufayo Street Mondesa Swakopmund or call Doctor Moyo 081 339 5913

DR CHITAMBE Traditional doctor with a difference with a difference, he is in Walvis Bay, but can also be found in Windhoek, he travels all over Namibia upon invitation. Lost love, jobs, removing witchcraft, cleaning bad luck, lucky oil, lucky charms, broken marriages and love, cases, diseases plagues, sleepless nights, nightmares, translating dreams and bringing good life, stopping accidents, magic and bad omen. Call now Dr Chitambe: 081 259 5465


DR VICTOR MZWIRE OSMAN For the first time ever, Dr Victor from Kirimanjaro - Tanzania. If you tried and failed and you wanted to give up - here is he answer, love & relationship, business, work, lucky, difficult matters. Call for appointment and consultations. Call Dr Victor: 081 277 9626 DR BALA Pay after success. Bring back your lost lover, the same day, get married quickly to a man or woman of your choice, stop your partner from cheating and make him or her love only you, pregnancy problems, financial problems, get job and promotions, win gambling and casino, hips and breast enlargements, put attraction to your business and many more. Call: 081 326 7804 Ons verwyder bourommel, tuinvullis, trekke. Langstrand, Dolfynstrand, Swakopmund, Walvisbaai. Ons laai self! Kontak Maryka: 081 333 4211 CAR KEYS: We program & supply new & spare keys, program 2nd hand ECU’s & air bag ECU’s, all cars make & models. For a free quote contact: RDJ SERVICES & SUPPLIES. SMS / CALL WHATSAPP: 0813746444 PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICES Call now for your family outdoor photo shoot. Contact: Retha 081 150 3417

BRIAN FORD PIANO SERVICES: (Factory-trained piano rebuilder / technician / tuner) Hire, rental, repairs, regulating, tuning. Contact: 081 296 4154 Email: pianoworkford@ DIERKING ELECTRICAL & MAINTENANCE Don’t DIY Call The Electric Guy Need someone to check your electrical needs? Faulty geyser Power tripping? New installments? Call Michael Dierking Now 081 317 2914 LAUNDRY SERVICES We make your laundry our business. We do the following: Wash/Dry/Fold/ Ironing/Steam. Special rates to our visitors in Swakopmund. We collect and deliver free of charge - Same day service! We are just a tinkle away. Call: 081 170 1546 081 250 4743

Spiritual Healer and fortune teller The only family that has been practicing this for over 70 years solver of all problems Testimonies A.S Pastel Windhoek Money and years wasted to so many traditional healers but he solved my problem within 3 days now my business is back and I win a lot of tenders. Thank You Dr. Hamisi Maryann, Walvis Bay My Mzungu husband was on the way of divorcing and now after I visited Dr Hamisi there is no more divorce and am loved again. Thank you Dr Hamisi David, Rundu I was framed for wrong doing by my company mates and was in court, he made me win the case and was promoted immediately. I love the way he does his job with prayers. Thank you Dr Hamisi, I recommend anyone to you! Henry, Swakopmund My wife used to cheat on me when I visited Dr Hamisi, he locked them in bed for 12 hours using his powers till I asked him to release them. Thank you Dr Hamisi, I don't believe how quickly you solved my problem. For appointments: 081 301 2280 Swakopmund, Namibia

CLEANING SERVICES Swakopmund Door to door we clean, offices, houses, gardens, 7 days a week 10:00 am - 16:00 pm everyday Closed on Saturdays We are just a tinkle away.. Janine: 081 277 0623 081 170 1546 DR RINGAZI Pay after success same day results Bringing back your lost lover the same day, get a lover of your choice, get married quickly to a man or woman of your choice, stop your partner from cheating and him or her to love you only, get attracted to a rich man or woman, all pregnancy problems, financial problems, magic ring for money, chitaka wallet, clear debts, manhood enlargement m to xl, hips and breast enlargement, bad luck and many more. Call Dr Ringazi: 081 204 9299

TRADITIONAL DOCTOR: Dr. S Jeke (The Best). Bad Luck Luck Muti - Love Problems - Marriage to keep your lover just for yourself - Work problems - Promotions - To get tenders and to boost your business - People don’t want to pay you back Pregnancy Problems Protection of Farms, Houses, Cars and Animals - Sexual transmitted sickness - all sickness Asthma, BP Remove to-koloshi from bodies, houses - Men’s power se-xuality Spiritual doctors in need of more spiritual powers, etc. House Nr.(79) 3191D, Johanna Benson Street Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay. Cell: 081 303 3149 SERVICES Easy pass driving school is offering driving lessons in Swakopmund. Book 5 hours and get 1 lesson free Book 10 hours and get 2 lessons free N$ 100.00 per hour and call us anytime during the day 081 576 7274 FOR ALL YOUR WELDING JOBS/ SWEIS WERK: ·Security doors & gates ·Burglar windows ·Root trusses & shades ·General repairs on: trailers, concrete mixers & equipment ·Handy/ odd jobs Contact Mr Lenny: 081 300 6094 / 081 434 9570

DR ZANIA Pay after success the same day results. Bring back your lost lover the same day. Get a lover of your choice, get married quickly to a man or woman of your choice, stop your partner from cheating and make him or her love you only, get attracted to a rich man or woman, all pregnancy problems, financial problems, magic ring for money, chitaka wallet, clear debts, manhood enlargement 5 to 30 cm, hips and breast enlargement and many more. Dr Zania: 081 254 9875 TRADITIONAL DOCTOR KALENGA: He can help you through: Pregnancy - Education Court Cases - Love Affairs - Marriage Problems - Bad Luck - Businesses - Protection at Home - Removal of Tokoloshi - Mens’ Power Sexuality - Exams Job Problems etc. Walvis Bay & Swakopmund. Cell: 081 201 7887

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE Kitchen Cupboards for sale N$8000-00. Walvis Bay Contact 081 753 3610 FOR SALE: Whirlpool Dishwasher, Excellent condition. N$ 1500-00 Tel: 081 127 3033


LE MORGAN URN Features: *8 Litre / 32 Cup *Variable Temperture *1800 Watt Concealed Water *Easy-View water level window *Cool touch - two way flow tap *Secure locking lid *Boiling dry protection. Price: N$1500.00 Contact: 081 200 4126

CARS FOR SALE: Fortuner for sale Year: 2011 Colour: White Km: 146000 Price: N$200 000.00 Contact: 081 485 1038

TO HIRE CONTAINERS TO BUY / RENT and storage yard in Swakopmund with 24/7 access. Office or ablution alterations. Cowboys. 064418150 / 081 146 4770

HUUR ‘n TROKKIE 3,5 t / 4t Ek verwyder bou rommel / vullis / huistrekke / kantoor trekke. Enige tipe vragte. Bel my gerus. Ek laai self. Eugene: 081 611 1111

Trailers For Hire Different types and sizes of trailers available to hire in Swakopmund. Deposit will be required for every hire. Call: 081 245 54176 Table and Chairs for Hire Table and chairs available to cater for any event such as weddings, conferences or church services. Strictly cash with each hire. Deposit will be required. Call: 081 455 4176

WANTED: We are looking for used curtains - different sizes! E-mail: toptrade3000@gmail. com Looking to buy used woodwork tools and equipment. Clamps, vice, dust collector etc. Please SMS 0813330300 with details or WhatsApp pictures.

PROPERTIES WANTED WANTED: I am looking for a 1 bedroom flat, with BIC to rent in Narraville. Price: N$2500.00 - N$3000.00. Water and electricity included. As from end of JUNE 2018. Contact: 081 200 4126 / 081 252 9546

VACANCIES VACANCY: Dringend opsoek na n debiteure en krediteure klerk in Swakopmund. Kontak: deon@dmaconsolidated.

JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am Fabiola 37years old looking for domestic work for the whole week or 3 days. Contact: 081 259 0142


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JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am looking for any kind of work in Walvis Bay. Weekends and after hours. Waitress, bar and cooking. I can also do catering & decorating for any event. I can start immediately. Queen: 081 293 0296 / 081 648 1093 JOB WANTED: I am looking for any kind of work in Swakopmund. Hotel jobs, restaurant jobs, cashier and shop assistant jobs. Contact: 081 404 9780 JOB WANTED: I am looking for work. I have experience in hunting guide or any kind of work. Contact: 081 879 0896 / 081 762 0310 JOB WANTED: I am a 31 year old lady, looking for domestic work. I am in Walvis Bay. Contact: 081 379 6686 JOB WANTED: I am a lady, looking for any kind of work, domestic work, babysitting and many more. I am ready to start immediately. Contact: 081 437 3143 / 081 575 7438 ROSALIA: I am a 29 year old lady, looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay town, Meersig, Lagoon, Narraville and Long Beach. From Monday to Friday or 3 days a week. I have 5 years experience and references. Contact: 081 220 8061 JOB WANTED: A 44 year old man, looking for domestic work or cleaning. I have 17 years experience. Contact: 081 287 8467 KAPENA: I’m looking for any type of job, I’m a carpenter and distant driver with code C1 and GP drivers licence. Contact: 081 337 7133 JOB WANTED: I’m looking for a driver job I have a code C1 drivers licence and available immediately. Contact: 081 427 5867 JOB WANTED: I am a woman of 26 years old looking for a job as a domestic worker or a nanny. From Mondays to Fridays or three days a week. In Swakopmund. Contact: 081 221 9245 / 081 443 5758

WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Home Based Office (Administrative) - Printing Shop ON ERF: 7326 TOWNSHIP: Walvis Bay STREET: Brendan Simbwaye Street, Kuisebmond. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish a Home Based Office 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 29 May 2018. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Ruben Nuseb, P O Box 5439, Walvis Bay, Namibia

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A mother’s unconditional love their sons by providing them with an opportunity to perfect their skills on a yearly basis. This event marks the highlight of the annual local swimming calendar. Belinda and Zenobia mentioned that the challenges that they endure have made them determined to see their sons perform at the highest level. Unbreakable bond Throughout all the challenges and the sacrificed time, Belinda and Zenobia said that they have formed unbreakable bonds with their sons. Zenobia added that her character, confidence and faith have grown stronger. “Motherhood is the highest calling in life and being able to support the development of our children's talent is an honour,” concluded Zenobia. Belinda echoed Zenobia's sentiment and said that others who can relate should not put too much pressure on their children but support them in every aspect of their lives. A mother's love is indeed unconditional.

Joyful: Belinda Wantenaar, shares a light moment with her son, Ronan, who is one of Namibia's top swimming athlete. Mothers play a crucial role in shaping a child's future. But what does it take to raise a teenager who is a top Namibian swimmer and dreams of doing it professionally? This is a role performed by supermoms, exceptional mothers who successfully manage a home, raise children and have a full time job. Belinda Wantenaar and Zenobia Beukes, are such full time working mothers who also manage their sons' demanding swimming careers. Seventeen-year-old Ronan Wantenaar and twelve-year-old José Canjulo, are one of Namibia's top swimmers. The pair has broken records both at home and abroad. Sporting highlights Wantenaar and Canjulo have a list of accolades to their names. Wantenaar broke the following Namibian records: 200m Individual Medley, 200m Breaststroke and 50m Breaststroke at the South African Nationals Aquatic Championships. In 2017, he broke the 100 metre Backstroke in Budapest at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Championships. He will compete in the African Youth Games scheduled to take place in Algeria later this year. Canjulo achieved his first Bank Windhoek short and long course junior Victor Ludorms at the Namibian Nationals this year. He broke his first Namibian record in 2016 at the age of ten. He won his first open water sprint in Swakopmund late last year, allowing him to qualify for the 2018 South African Junior Championships. At the event, he won one gold and four silver medals


Notice is given that an application in terms of the Liquor Act, 1998, particulars of which appear below, will be made to the Regional Liquor Licencing Committee, Region Erongo Region. 1. Name and postal address of applicant: Moses Shatika Shatika, P O Box 3217, Walvis Bay. 2. Name of business or proposed business to which application relates: Mi Casa Lounge CC. 3. Address/location of premises to which applica-tion relates: Erf

3706, Shop 4, Pelican View Mall, Sam Nujoma Avenue, Walvis Bay. 4. Nature and details of application: Special Liquor Licence. 5. Clerk of the court with whom application will be l o d g e d : Wa l v i s B a y Magistrate Office. 6. Date on which application will be lodged: 16 May 2018. 7. Date of meeting of Committee at which application will be heard: 11 July 2018. Any objection or written submission in terms of section 28 of the Act in relation to the application must be sent or delivered to the Secretary of the Committee to reach the Secretary not less than 21 days before the date of the meeting of the Committee at which the application will be heard.

while breaking four Namibian records in the 50m Backstroke, 100m Backstroke, 200m Back-stroke and 400m Freestyle events. Ronan Wantenaar taught himself how to swim at an early age and later started competing at the age of ten. “I am his main taxi driver who gets up as early as 04:00 am to get him to morning training – it is a joy,” said Belinda. Canjulo's mother, Zenobia, recalled how it all started: “I swam on a daily basis while being an expectant mother. After his birth, he immediately started swimming at four months old. After that, he progressed to where he is now – a top swimmer,” said Beukes. The Challenges Both mothers said that the daily challenges they experience are roughly the same. They agreed that their careers during working hours demand that they multitask. At the same time, they also need to make sure that their son's education and training schedules are met. Another challenge they alluded to is the financial aspect. The mothers said that swimming is a financially demanding sports code. They appreciated the fact that Bank Windhoek, Namibia National Swimming Championships' sponsorship assists

NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In the Magistrate's Court for the District of Walvis Bay held at Walvis Bay. Case No: 265/17 In the matter between: The Flying Coffee Pot Airport Shuttle & Transport Plaintiff and Magnet - Bureau De Change Defendant In pursuance of a Judgement in the Magistrate’s Court of Walvis Bay and writ of execution dated 03/01/18, the goods listed hereunder will be sold in execution to the highest bidder at No 130, 6th Street, Walvis Bay on 1 June 2018 at 10:00 namely: 1 x Corner Office Desk 2 x Office Chairs 1 x W a l t o n s

Calculators 1 x Lenovo Think Centre Computer withy Keyboard 1 x D.Y. Laptop 1 x 4 Door Office Cabinet 1 x Provision ISR Camera Unit 1 x Russel Hobbs Microwave Oven Conditions of Sale: “Voetstoots” - Cash to the highest bidder. Dated at Walvis Bay on 8 May 2018. Attorneys for Judgment Creditor KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Unit 2 The Chambers 122 Theo Ben Gurirab Street Walvis Bay (Ref: HV/sb/THE74/ 0014-COLL)

Proud mom: Zenobia Beukes, pictured with her son, José Canjulo, who proudly shows off his cabinet decorated with trophies.

Club sponsors event Last weekend saw a small field in very warm conditions, played in a club sponsored event. The format was a strange one with players playing from number 1 but using number 10's stroke. Winner on the day was Wilma on 45 points, with Bennie Louw in second place on 43 points. Third was Carlos on 42 points, winning the count out from David. Justice was however done when David won the lucky draw. Wilma also won the jackpot. This weekend is the ANGOLINK day and the format is best ball with both scores to count on stroke 1 and stroke 2…interesting idea from Morne. Calendar for the next few weeks is as follows. 19/5 Piscs Medal Fri 25th Nine hole club practice from 13h00, there will be a few small prizes Sat 26th we take on Tsumeb here at home. On 25th there is a fun day at Rossmund and they have a Renault up for grabs on number 3 for the first hole in one, a great prize so if you feel lucky please enter their competition. We are going to get a Super Bru Pool started for the soccer world cup. There will be an entry fee of 500 and the prizes will be split between the top three places 50%, 30% and 20%, so watch this space. As there is no time change in Namibia we can't start late as it is getting dark earlier, therefore the starting time will be 11:00 with the last hand will be at 13:00.

NOTICES WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Self Catering Unit ON ERF: 0077 TOWNSHIP: Dolphin Beach STREET: Sandpiper Street. 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 & 119, 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 undersigned, in writing, not later than 29 May 2018. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Margaretha Teixeina, P O Box 26696, Windhoek


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Gerhard Zandberg’s 3rd Successful Swimming Camp Media Release

The 35 year old World Class Swimmer, Olympic Medalist and now established swimming coach in South Africa, hosted his 3rd successful swimming camp at the Swakopmund Cubes Swimming pool from 2 – 6 May 2018. Due to the current school holidays, and many swimmers being away on various camps and other holiday activities, this was the perfect opportunity for a smaller and more advanced level camp. The camp was focused on performance with a variety of technical components and stroke correction, which was perfectly suited for the group of 6 promising young swimmers that attended the camp. The camp allowed for individualized attention and despite a tough mental and physical program, the swimmers remained inspired and committed up to the very last training session. Darren Van Rensburg (Swakopmund Swimming Club), Damien Mostert (Swakopmund Swimming Club), Danielle Mostert (Swakopmund Swimming Club), Christopher de Jager (Dolphins Swimming Club), Jose Canjulo (Dolphins Swimming Club) and Mikah Burger (Dolphins Swimming Club) were some of Namibia's top young swimmers who attended this advanced level camp. This camp was also the perfect start to kick

off the new Short Course Season with enhanced focus on the vital skills that will assist these swimmers to improve their level of swimming and remain competitive on an international level. Gerhard Zandberg is very optimistic about the positive approach and encouragement from sports, Commissioner, Mr Peter Wilson to continue with future camps in Namibia, working with swimmers from various swimming clubs and also on different levels. Camps of this nature are adding value to the ongoing development of young swimmers and a great platform to allow for benchmarking and sharing ideas between swimmers from different clubs, even if they compete when in the water. Often the success of development initiatives relies on community support and acknowledgement needs to be given to the sponsors that contributed to making this camp possible: Finsure Financial Advisory Services, Andre la Cock Insurance Brokers, Bushbar & Restaurant, Optiker Rohloff & Henrichsen Optometrists Swakopmund.

Borman eyes IFBB Pro Rudi Bowe

The 38-year-old Alethea Borman, a loving wife, mother of three and legal adviser is keen to impress at the Arnold Classic Africa from 17 - 20 May at Sandton in Johannesburg, South Africa. Alethea is busy to prepare herself for her second Arnold Classics competition and is confident that she will again reach the podium as she did two years ago. In 2016, Ms Borman became the first Namibian women to ever win a medal at an international bodybuilding event as she came second in the Arnold Classic Africa Competition. In August 2017 she participated in the Western Province championships in Cape Town, where she won and got her ticket from the

IFBB Africa and IFBB International to partake in the IFBB world championships in Biarritz, Paris. In December 2017, Ms Borman earned her ticket for the 2018 Arnold Classics Africa as she placed 13th overall in the IFFB world championships in Paris France. Alethea would like to become the first IFBB Pro elite athlete to represent Namibia, as well as the first professional bodybuilder in Namibia. She encourages women to look after their health and to take care of themselves.

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