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SERVING THE COASTAL COMMUNITY SINCE 1958 NO 6653 TUESDAY 16 MAY 2017 Tel: +264 64 - 205854 / +264 64 - 461866 /Fax: +264 64 - 204813 / 064 - 461824 / Website: www.namibtimes.net

Drama as inflatable boat capsizes at the Mole

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Reaping the benefits of mining investments

Konrad Woermann dies Erwin Leuschner Retired Namibian business pioneer Konrad Woermann, who managed the chain of supermarkets Woermann, Brock & Co. from 1960 until 1998, passed away on Friday at his home in Swakopmund. Woermann, who celebrated his 86 th birthday on 29 April, leaves behind his wife Gabi, two sons, two daughters and various grandchildren.

Konrad and his wife Gabi pictured in December 2016 with Latoya. Photo by Susann Kinghorn

Konrad Woermann was born on 29 April 1931. He was a pioneer in the Namibian business community when he took charge of the management of Woermann, Brock & Co. Under his leadership the chain of supermarkets across the country were extended and more branches were opened in various parts of the capital. Woermann was also a driving force of the business in Independence Continues on Page 2

Erwin Leuschner An inflatable boat with a crew of five capsized in the Mole in Swakopmund on Friday afternoon. All persons managed to swim to shore where they were attended to by various emergency rescue services. The inflatable boat “Nanna” capsized after a rogue wave submerged the boat as it was entering the Mole upon return from the fishing grounds near Vierkantklip. “There was not much I could do. The wave washed over the back and killed the engine,” explained the relieved owner of the inflatable boat, John Smith, to namib times at the scene. Accompanied by four fishermen Smit went out the same morning to catch cob. “The catches weren't too great,” he said. They were fishing west of the Vierkantklip. The sea was especially rough as it was full moon only two days before. In Swakopmund the fog was heavy with very limited visibility. As Smith was entering the Mole at about 15:00 a rogue Continues on Page 2

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Continued from Page 1 Avenue, which was enlarged in the early 1990's and turned into a modern supermarket. The history Woermann, Brock & Co. dates back to October 1894, when the “Damara & Namaqua Handelsgesellschaft mbH” was established in Hamburg to carry on trade in the German colony of South West Africa. During 1913 the business was subdivided for general goods, a technical division, an agricultural division and a mining division. In Swakopmund, the company erected the wellknown “Woermann Haus” and the “Damara Turm” as well as the first power station in Southern Africa. The outbreak of the First World War on 1 August 1914 interrupted all these activities, as the shipping of supplies from Germany became impossible. The mother company in Hamburg had lost a large part of its capital and only the branches in Swakopmund and Windhoek continued to operate, albeit at a very modest level. With the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939 the administration of the company was taken over by the Custodian of Enemy Property, almost resulting in the total collapse of the company. Following the end of the war, Wilhelm Brock took charge of the company in Swakopmund and Willem Engberts in Windhoek. It was thanks to resourceful men such as Ascan Woermann, Wilhelm Brock, Emil Heinrichsen, Willem Engberts, Erich Woermann and Wilfred Matheis that Woermann, Brock & Co. continued to exist. After separating their capital from the mother company in Hamburg, they energetically went about reconstructing the business. In 1950 Kurt Schmerenbeck in co-operation with Ascan and Erich Woermann built the August Schmerenbeck Haus in Independence Avenue, where in 1966 a supermarket with just three tills was opened. Woermann, Brock & Co. was the second business in Windhoek to offer self-service shopping at the time. Clients were intrigued by being able to collect their shopping items from the shelves. Konrad Woermann took charge of the management of Woermann, Brock & Co in 1960. He greatly expanded the company and was a pioneer in the Namibian business community. In 1998 he entrusted the management to his sons Jesko and Ingo Woermann. In 2001 he retired due to failing health. After his retirement Konrad Woermann and his wife Gabi stayed in their home situated close to the Woermann-Haus in Swakopmund. He continued to play a big part in the community, despite having suffered from a stroke which left him partially paralysed. His wife is still an active player in the business.

Construction of new C.H.A.I.N. offices and classrooms finally commences Erwin Leuschner For 20 handicapped children in Swakopmund the long wait is finally over: The organization C.H.A.I.N. (Children with Handicaps Action in Namibia) commenced with the construction of their new home this week. The ground-breaking ceremony took place on Tuesday. “We have really been waiting for a very long time for this day and are overly happy that at last we can start with the construction,” said C.H.A.I.N. Vice-Chairperson Bruni Tholkes. The new premises are located in Franziska Van Neel Street in Tamariskia. C.H.A.I.N. is a kindergarden-based facility, currently looking after 20 handicapped children. The children are collected from their homes in the morning and are taken to the center, where they follow an educational programme. They are not only taught basic education but also physical movement and mobility, as also receive a well-balanced meal during the day. The history of C.H.A.I.N. dates back to 1992. Initially it were three mothers that started a support system for four children diagnosed with down syndrome. Two years later C.H.A.I.N. moved into the building located next to the Rössing Foundation where they have been operating until this day. “Our current facilities are too small and we urgently needed more space,” said Tholkes. While CHAIN is caring for 20 children, there are 20 more children currently on the waiting list. According to Tholkes C.H.A.I.N. made a deal with the Rössing Foundation, who took over their current building and in turn supplied C.H.A.I.N. with an erf – the same erf on which the construction has now commenced. The new premises consist of a big play/activity room, at least two classrooms, a dining room, a proper kitchen, two offices and a garage. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of the year. This depends though if enough material can be supplied. To complete the new offices CHAIN requires assistance from the community. While the welfare organization has collected some material and money, more is urgently needed. “We require bricks, cement, anything. And you know that any sponsorships will be put to good use,” said Tholkes. The builder is Horst Heiser. C.H.A.I.N. relies solely on private funding and sponsorship by private individuals and businesses. A large portion of the money collected stems from Lore Bohm, a Swakopmund resident actively involved in the community. She has been supporting C.H.A.I.N. since 2003 and managed to get a few sponsors from Germany to come on-board and support the organization. C.H.A.I.N. is an early intervention unit committed to help those who are least able to help themselves. Their motto is to give “Hope to the Handicapped Child” and the aim is to assist the child to be prepared, not just for school, but also for life. “Special children also deserve the best,” said Tholkes.

Inflatable boat capsizes at the Mole Continued from Page 1

wave “appeared out of nowhere” and crashed over the boat's aft. The engine failed immediately. “I knew we would capsize soon. I informed the crew of the situation developing and provided each with a life jacket. I told them should the boat capsize they need to hold onto the boat and only leave the boat and swim ashore once they are in the shallow water”, said Smith. When emergency and rescue services arrived on scene, the capsized boat had drifted close to the black rocks just north of the Mole. Once the boat was about ten meters from shore, the crew took their chances and made a dash for land. They were immediately attended to by the rescue services. “The most important to me is all crew is safe and sound,” Smith said. The crew was transported to hospital where they were treated. A large number of onlookers gathered at the scene, as the sea-drama was unfolding. Some of the fish caught by the crew washed out and was picked up by members of the public. Some of the onlookers also grabbed valuables that washed ashore. Members of the Neighbourhood Watch had to step in and prevent people from stealing the equipment.

Photo by Erwin Bruni Tholkes and Lore Bohm (with spades) are excited about the construction on the new C.H.A.I.N. premises that commenced this week. The builder is Horst Heiser (right).


16 MAY 2017

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NBL CELEBRATES ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL DRINKIQ SESSION An additional 169 Namibians underwent the DRINKiQ Training Program by Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) - a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group - last week in the south of the country. Employees from NAMDEB's Elizabeth Bay Mine in LĂźderitz, as well as members of the LĂźderitz community were empowered with facts about alcohol and the dangers of alcohol abuse. Since its inception in 2009, NBL's DRINKiQ Training Program has provided more than 4500 Namibians with a better understanding of the short- and longterm effects of alcohol abuse, which thus empowers them to make smart decisions when it comes to the use of alcohol. O&L Group Corporate Social Investment (CSI) Coordinator, Venessa Mwiya: "For the past three months we have trained approximately 600 Namibians under this powerful program that has over the years enriched participants' knowledge on the mental, psychological and physical risks involved when abusing alcohol, and provides them with the necessary IQ to understand the repercussions of alcohol abuse." Mwiya emphasized that the DRINKiQ Program is not only for employees of NBL or the O&L Group, but is open to the general public who wishes to enrich their knowledge on the use of alcohol and how to consume it on a more responsible level. The DRINKiQ Program is part of NBL's contribution to curb the excessive use of alcohol, addressing government's concern of alcohol abuse. Mwiya: "While this program has more focus on internal stakeholders for 2017, we gladly take up opportunities externally, to invest in the future well-being of the Namibian society, through our commitment to the group purpose of 'Creating a future, enhancing life' for all Namibians. With the daily repercussions of alcohol abuse seen in our society, the DRINKiQ Program has the potential to be a powerful tool in the fight against alcohol abuse as it addresses the power of behavioral change. When we change our behavior towards alcohol and how we consume it, it is already a great start to curbing societal concerns." Within the O&L Group alone, the DRINKiQ Program has so far in 2017 been conducted at Namibia Dairies' headquarters in Windhoek; NBL headquarters in Windhoek; Strand Hotel Swakopmund; Hangana Seafood; Pick n Pay (PnP); NBL, and Namibia Dairies at the coast.


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Court

Matter postponed to 10 July. Accused released in the care of a guardian. A minor (17) appeared on a charge of rape (5/2017). Matter postponed to 11 July. Accused released in the care of a guardian. Herold Ipinge (26) appeared on a charge of uttering, tendering or accepting forged or altered bank notes (5/2017). Matter postponed to 4 July. Accused in custody. Hendrina Muyambi (27) and Jolokeni Johannes (30) appeared on charges of assault by threat (5/2017). Matter postponed to 22 June. Accused in custody.

Walvis Bay Court Report 3 May 2017 Magdalena Elizabeth Kirsten (53) appeared on a charge of fraud (3/2016). Matter postponed to 3 July. Accused on warning. Rosemary Garises (33) appeared on a charge of dealing in cocaine (8/2016). Matter postponed to 29 August. Accused on bail. Andreas Makemba (25) appeared on a charge of possession of abortion tablets (9/2016). Matter postponed to 1 June. Accused on bail. Niel Busch (24) appeared on a charge of possession of dependence producing substance (12/2016). Matter postponed to 27 June. Accused on bail. August Bezuidenhout (19) appeared on a charge of dealing in cocaine (3/2017). Matter postponed to 27 July. Accused on bail. Edmund Gawanab (31) appeared on charges of breach of protection order and malicious damage to property (5/2017). Accused found guilty. Sentenced to 6 months imprisonment. Thomas Elago Asser (47) appeared on a charge of robbery with aggravating circumstances (4/2017). Matter postponed to 14 June. Accused in custody. Shisande Jesaya (46) appeared on a charge of failing to safeguard a firearm (5/2017). Matter postponed to 22 August. Accused in custody. Wilhelm Duvenhage (53) appeared on a charge of failure to pay maintenance (4/2014). Matter postponed to 12 May. Accused in custody. 8 May 2017 Johannes Fillemon (32) appeared on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor (2/2015). Matter postponed to 22 May. Accused on bail. Elina Goases (43) appeared on a charge of theft (9/2015). Matter postponed to 20 July. Accused on bail. Karbin Naunyargo (30) appeared on a charge of theft from employer by employee (1/2016). Matter postponed to 16 May. Accused in custody. Seun De Bruin (22), Claus Afrikaner (18) and a minor (27) appeared on charges of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft (5/2016). Trials separated. Marshill Koppetsch (22) appeared on a charge of possession of cocaine (5/2016). Matter postponed to 4 July. Accused on bail. Tangi Johannes (age unknown) appeared on a charge of theft (7/2016). Case against accused withdrawn. Gilroy Gilly Maputle (22) appeared on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and assault by threat (2/2017). Matter postponed to 12 June. Accused in custody. Alpha Kaputara (29) and Tazuvire Kanguatjivi (31) appeared on charges of possession of suspected stolen stock (2/2017). Matter postponed to 20 November. Accused on bail. Simon Mvula (32) appeared on a charge of theft (3/2017). Matter postponed to 4 July. Accused on bail. Efraim Gerson Cloete (39) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level (5/2017). Accused found guilty. Fined N$5 000 or 12 months imprisonment. Willem Swartz (34) appeared on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor (5/2017). Accused found guilty. Fined N$5 000 or 12 months imprisonment. Jeremy Akawa (22) appeared on a charge of dealing in dangerous dependence producing substance (5/2017). Matter postponed to 27 July. Accused in custody. Ewald Swartbooi (21) appeared on a charge of theft from a motor vehicle which was properly locked (5/2017). Matter postponed to 12 June. Accused in custody. Lahia Shivute (35) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (5/2017). Matter postponed to 14 June. Accused on warning. Claus Afrikaner (18) and a minor (17) appeared on charges of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft (5/2016). Matter postponed to 4 July. Tuhafeni Kandima (23) appeared on multiple charges of fraud and forgery (5/2016). Matter postponed to 6 June. Accused on bail. Vernon Bampton (20) and Eldo Engelbrecht (25) appeared on charges of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft (8/2016). Matter postponed to 22 May. Erikson Andreas (24) appeared on a charge of theft out of a motor vehicle which was properly locked (8/2016). Matter postponed to 30 August. Accused on bail. Bryan Hoabeb (34) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (8/2016). Matter postponed to 29 August. Accused on bail. Willy Raymondt Van der Bergh (40) and Brian Albertus Sacco (36) appeared on charges of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft (9/2016). Matter postponed to 6 June. Accused on bail. Kondwlani Banda (30), Tom Siamifi (30), Aiden George Wright (25) and Gerald Richard Chikungu (36) appeared on charges of theft (9/2016). Matter

postponed to 31 August. Accused on bail. Chellen Naumbo (31) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (11/2016). Case against accused withdrawn. Jeanette Candy Garoes (42) and Allen Joseph Manale (46) appeared on charges of fraud\and corruptly using office or position for gratification (12/2016). Matter postponed to 18 May. Accused in custody. Timo Awaseb (19) appeared on a charge of theft (5/2017). Matter postponed to 11 May. Accused in custody. Paulus Hamuntenya (21) and Cornelius Iita (21) appeared on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (5/2017). Case against accused withdrawn. Stephanus Humphries (47) appeared on a charge of malicious damage to property (5/2017). Matter postponed to 9 May. Accused in custody. Jereth Revastian Mission (20) was absent at his hearing on a charge of malicious damage to property (4/2017). Accused at large. Daddy Zikodia Bula (38) appeared on a charge of theft (12/2015). Matter postponed to 16 May. Accused in custody. 9 May 2017 Engelhart Gariseb (57) and Fransina Noreses (41) appeared on charges of fraud (4/2013). Matter postponed to 8 August. Accused on warning. Phillipus Samuel (34) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (8/2016). Case against accused withdrawn. Tusnelde Shalongo (27) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (3/2017). Case against accused withdrawn. Fernandez Haraseb (age unknown) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (4/2017). Matter postponed to 1 June. Accused in custody. Hennock Kuume (43) appeared on a charge of dealing in cocaine (4/2016). Matter postponed to 26 July. Accused on warning. Delight Milo (23) appeared on a charge of fraud (9/2016). Matter postponed to 6 June. Accused in custody. Romario Karelse (20) appeared on a charge of possession of cocaine (10/2016). Matter postponed to 3 August. Accused on bail. Joseph Naholo (23) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to steal and theft (10/2016). Matter postponed to 7 September. Accused on bail. Theuns Duvenhage (48) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive blood alcohol level (11/2015). Matter postponed to 6 September. Accused on warning. Brian Mokalabatho (23) and Maxwell Louis James (26) appeared on charges of dealing in dependence producing substance (10/2016). Matter postponed to 3 August. Accused on bail. Chellen Neumbo (35) appeared on charges of assault, malicious damage to property and assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (3/2016). Matter postponed to 31 August. Accused on bail. A minor (16), minor (16) and minor (17) appeared on charges of murder (11/2016). Matter postponed to 1 June. Accused released in the care of guardians. Morne Feris (21), Henry Enrico Visagie (36), Jacqueline Imbili (44), Willemina Margarieta Visagie (36), Quinton Sane Matthews (42), Marlon Rusayne Prins (35), Roselli Leonardo (70), Micheal Maclobo (40), Velnancio Muller (38), Patrick Ronoco Titus (44), Jeanette Candy Garoes (42), Lukas Shailemo (29), Anna Marie Mutilifa (50), Patrick Hilifa Ihulu (42), Michelle Rudith Hoa-khaos (49), Henoch Heinrich Uirab (49) and Allen Joseph Manale (46) appeared on charges of fraud and corruptly using office or position for gratification (12/2016). Matter postponed to 7 August. Godfried Gariseb (24) and Sylvester Hochobeb (31) appeared on charges of theft (2/2017). Matter postponed to 31 May. Stephanus Humphries (47) appeared on a charge of malicious damage to property (5/2017). Accused found guilty. Fined N$800 or 3 months imprisonment. John Hendrick Johnson (24) appeared on a charge of theft of motor vehicle (10/2016). Matter postponed to 15 June. Accused on warning. 10 May 2017 Ndemupa-Ondjolo Matheus (25) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to steal and theft (7/2016). Matter postponed to 6 July. Accused on bail. A minor (17) appeared on a charge of rape (3/2017). Matter postponed to 6 July. Accused released in the care of a guardian. Seibeb Elvin (31) appeared on a charge of theft from an employer (4/2017). Matter postponed to 12 June. Accused on bail. A minor (17) appeared on a charge of theft (4/2017).

11 May 2017 A minor (17), minor (14) and minor (15) appeared on a charge of robbery (11/2015). Matter postponed to 26 July. Accused released in the care of a guardian. A minor (17), minor (14), minor (14) and minor (15) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (11/2015). Matter postponed to 26 July. Rickert Wayne (26) and Bonifatius Kondombolo (29) appeared on a charge of theft of motor vehicle (2/2016). Matter postponed to 5 July. Accused in custody. Petrus Shimbetha (22) appeared on a charge of murder (3/2017). Matter postponed to 5 July. Accused in custody. Taurob Usiel (21) appeared on a charge of malicious damage to property (4/2017). Matter postponed to 13 June. Accused in custody. A minor (17) appeared on a charge of escaping (5/2017). Matter postponed to 17 May. Accused is detained in a safe place Liam Daniel (23) appeared on a charge of culpable homicide (4/2016). Matter postponed to 4 June. Accused in custody.

Swakopmund Court Report Magistrates Court 11 May Chris van Wyk (21) and Desmond Owos-Oab (19) appeared on two counts of rape each. The matter was postponed to 19 June for legal representation. Both accused are on bail of N$2 000 each. Jurgen Karumbu (19), Eugene Geingob (20), Tarah Immanuel (23) and Hafeni Mwandi (20) appeared on a count of robbery each. All accused were found guilty and the matter was postponed to 15 May for sentencing. All accused are on bail of N$2 000. Salatier Nikanor (30) appeared on a charge of theft. The case was postponed to 29 June for the decision pending by the prosecutor general. The accused is on bail of N$5 000. Fikameni Haimene (31) appeared on a charge of attempted murder (assault). The matter was postponed to 17 July for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$5 000. Elton Somaeb (27) appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to 21 July for legal aid. The accused remains in custody. Marischen Plaaitjie (25) appeared on a count of theft. The matter was postponed to 5 July for legal representation. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Jesaya Swartbooi (34) appeared on a count of theft. The matter was postponed to 24 July for plea and trial. The accused remains in custody. Desmond Owos-Oab (19) appeared on a count of rape. This matter was postponed to 12 July for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Kleopas Paulus (35) and Vilho Shaanika (28) appeared on a charge of theft each. The matter was postponed to 12 June for bail application. Both accused are in custody. Elisabeth Kirsten (53) appeared on a charge of theft by false pretenses alternatively theft. The matter was postponed to 17 May for bail application. The accused remains in custody. David Khaibeb (56) appeared on a count of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level. He was found guilty and sentenced to a fine of N$4 000, six months imprisonment and had his driving license suspended for a period of three months. His bail of N$4 000 was refunded. Andreas Andreas (39) appeared on a count of common assault. He was found guilty and sentenced to a fine of N$500 and two months imprisonment. Erwin Goagoseb (42) appeared on a count of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 17 May for plea. The accused remains in custody. Fransiskus Jagger appeared on a count of being in possession of a dependence producing substance/drugs. The matter was postponed to 15 May for legal aid. The accused was granted bail of N$800, but is in custody. Aloisius Ananias (24) appeared on a count of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The case was postponed to 16 August for continuation of trial. The accused is on warning. Lungameni Timoteus (31) appeared on a count of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft and a count of malicious damage to property. The case was postponed to 2 August for legal aid. The accused remains in custody. Jimmy Links (25), Isak Seppe (27), Matty Kayhuihwa (22) and Lukas Johannes (26) appeared on a count of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft each. The matter was postponed to 10 July for fixing of trial date. All accused remain in custody even though Seppe, Kayhuihwa and Johannes were granted bail of N$10 000 each. John Richard Beukes (50) appeared on a count of reckless of negligent driving. The matter was postponed to 27 July for further investigation. The accused is on bail. Khaibasen Nauseb (26) appeared on a count of negligent driving and a count of failing to ascertain injuries sustained after an accident. The matter was postponed to 15 June for sentence. The accused is on bail of N$3 000. Jennifer Khaises (35) appeared on a count of theft. She was found guilty and sentenced to a prison term of 24 months of which 24 months were suspended for a period of five years on condition that the accused is not convicted of theft during such period. Edward Hambondyo (33) appeared on charge of displaying a license number not applicable to the vehicle. The matter was postponed to 19 July for plea. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Bernadus Katjiseua (32), Brenden Hindjou (21), Daniel Nalimanguluke (28), Oscar Haimbodi (27) and Ulrich Beukes (23) appeared on a count of theft/attempted theft each. All accused were found guilty and each was sentenced to a fine of N$1 500 and twelve months imprisonment.


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Verskeie strate sonder stoptekens ‘n Lid van die publiek was onlangs geskok om te sien hoeveel kruisings op Walvisbaai sonder stoptekens is. “Dit is ‘n sluimerende gevaar”, het hy benadruk. Die kruisings is intussen aan die plaaslike verkeersowerheid uitgewys en daar sou dadelik aandag aan die saak geskenk word.

Knowledge donates N$1 million to support community Piquet Jacobs

Peter Dixonstraat

Sesde Weg en Sam Nujoma Rylaan

Thomas Morrisstraat en Bramwell Weg

Fritz Langestraat en Bramwell Weg

An announcement was made by the Knowledge Foundation yesterday morning, of an N$1 million pledge by Knowledge Katti through the foundation in the form of a revolving Fund to assist residents and vulnerable families at the coastal town of Walvis Bay. The funds will be extended as collateral and interest loans, which will be aimed at benefitting the communities of Kuisebmond and Narraville. The main objective of this initiative is to assist in eradicating poverty, therefore beneficiaries can apply for various funding for assistance where finances are lacking. “There are many people in our communities who are pulling themselves up by their bootstraps. However, funding for things such as restocking their shops or acquiring equipment is problematic due to lack of funds. Similarly, there are families facing dire situations of disconnected basic services such as water and electricity. Others are unable to buy shoes or winter clothes for their school going children. This is where the Knowledge Foundation N$1 Million Revolving Fund comes in,” commented Knowledge Katti. The Foundation has chosen local pastors and church leaders to assist in identifying beneficiaries, community members in need are also encouraged to approach the chosen individuals to discuss the assistance they need. The fund will require no fixed payment terms and beneficiaries are expected to repay once they are able to. The fund will also support the implementation of income-generating projects, as well as provide start-up or operational capital for micro enterprises. “I'm extremely happy about this. In fact, we already started helping some families yesterday and today. This is because we believe that there is vast potential to move our communities out of poverty to possibilities and prosperity,” Katti added.


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Two vehicle carriers are calling at the port of Walvis Bay simultaneously on Friday. The first expected alongside is Precious Ace, followed by Treasure. Huge volumes of second hand cars, trucks, mechanised farming equipment and plant are imported via the port of Walvis Bay to neighbouring Zambia and Zimbabwe annually. These vehicle carriers can carry thousands of these units aboard and is a vital link in the chain of second hand vehicle imports from the United Kingdom to Southern Africa. Tue 16 May 2017 High Tide: 05:15 Low Tide: 11:15 High Tide: 17:53 Low Tide: 23:46

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Inflatable boat capsized at the Swakopmund Mole

MANAGER’S SPECIAL

After the inflatable boat “Nanna” capsized in the Mole on Friday the crew held on and waited until the boat washed closer to shore, where they then themselves swam to shore and were rescued. All crew members were treated on scene after successfully making it to shore. Other pictures show: Rescue services pulling the overturned boat onto the beach. The owner of the inflatable boat, John Smith kept his cool during the capsizing and in the process his crew knew exactly what to do to save themselves.

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Remnants of ancient railway resurface on beach in the Swakop rivermouth

Two days of water outage The Walvis Bay Municipality Public Relations & Customer Service Division announced in a media statement yesterday that a water outage will take place on Tuesday, 16 May & Wednesday, 17 May. The affected suburbs include Meersig, Fairways, Lagoon and Central Town. Ironically, the outage is due to the construction of a reservoir which will in turn avoid water outages in the future. The media statement reads as follows: “The Municipality is in the process of constructing a 20 Ml portable water reservoir at Mile 7. The aim of the new reservoir is to increase the water availability to Walvis Bay in times of a crisis, for example when infrastructure is damaged due to flooding of the Kuiseb River. The contractor appointed for the project has to construct a new manhole on the 500 mm AC pipe to install a temporary bypass pipe that will eventually facilitate the connection of the new reservoir to the existing network. Therefore, water supply to Walvis Bay via the 500 mm pipe will be disconnected as from Tuesday, 16 May 2017 until latest Wednesday, 17 May 2017. Frieda Sukona Uanongovandu Ndjoze For 2 days!!!! Marlene En Vic Rossouw Vrydagaand 22.43 wat stink so Lavinia Abraham Guys be ready Joseluisdavid

Pampin Almerinda Tixie Fernandez Joseluisdavid Pampin Very ready Shelly Nontu Keshongo Appies Absalom Fillipus shower for 50$ Willmeri van Deventer Wow. Dis waar ons bly.

Municipality calls for calm The ongoing housing shortage in Walvis Bay took centre stage recently when shack dwellers attempted to illegally occupy public land in Kuisebmond, which led to a clash with police earlier this week. The municipality urged for these dwellers to remain calm, as they focus on solving the low income housing crisis. The municipality in a media statement explains: “Over the last couple of years the illegal occupation of vacant public land by a number of shack dwellers has become more apparent as people are drawn to major urban areas in search of jobs. In this regard, Walvis Bay has attracted many such people due to its growing economy in terms of increased industrialisation, logistics opportunities, tourism and a promising SME sector, among others. These are in addition to the fishing industry, which has always attracted large num-bers of job seekers. As the demand for housing has increased, and people struggle to find adequate shelter, the number of backyard shack dwellers has also increased exponentially. Due to the exploitative nature associated with rental charges applied to shack dwellers, many have moved out of the backyards and chosen to occupy public land illegally. This has occurred on several occasions in Walvis Bay, with sometimes unpleasant consequences for all concerned. Ilunga Kim Jong-Nam Low income houses isn't the reason, please provide this people with peace of land, the big problem is that this people are staying behind someone's house, and each and every day house owners just tell them the house is sold or 'll build flat move away, if it was you what 'll you do in such situation of no places to build up shacks again Christine Simon Visser Why not give these people a little piece of land for the 1 million dollars mr. Katti donated to this? Personally i think crime

rates will lower if these people have more permanent living conditions. Denise Van Bergen Mr. Katiti donated one million dollars??? Can you give more details about this, please? Christine Simon Visser Freshfm Namibia reported on it just check on their site. Mr katti is a walvisbay born and gave it to help people in his hometown

Cause for Swakop’s fly plague still under investigation The source of the current fly plague of troubling residents of Swakopmund, especially in the northern suburbs of Mile 4 and Ocean View, could not yet be determined with certainty. The municipality is still investigating the cause and is trying to find asolution to the problem. Speaking to the namib times newspaper yesterday, Raubium Ujaha, Environmental Health Practitioner: Waste at the municipal Health Department, said that no definite cause for the plague could be determined yet. “The issue is receiving a high priority,” he added. While flies are not uncommon, the sudden increase over the past few months, especially in the northern suburbs, have become a health concern. Residents of Ocean View and Mile 4 have lodged many complaints, saying they use insecticides but even these show no significant result. Some residents have drawn up a petition addressed to the municipality in an attempt to have the issue resolved. Raini Becker The dump site is TEEMING with flied. Thousands, nothing is under control! And with a slight east wind they WILL be in the northern suburbs. Before I through anything in the rubbish I wash it, turn it upside down to dry and only then through it away, in that way we can

eliminate suitable breeding hotspots. But I imagine most people are to ....... , to Do this. Juergen George Mater There are Billions of Flies on the Dump...Bullshit if They say They Control them.

For the past few weeks Swakopmund residents can only guess about the remnants of an old railway line on the beach at the Swakop river mouth, in the vicinity of the old concrete pillars. The tracks as well as some wooden sleepers surface during low tide and is a source of big curiosity, especially among railway enthusiasts and those interested in the town's rich history. The railway track is believed to be dating from 1915, constructed by the invading Union of South African forces that annexed German South West Africa in that year as part of its colonial commitment to Britain in the First World War. Georg Erb Quite right the concrete columns from 1928, destroyed by floods Jan 1931. The current railway bridge dates back to 1935. There would have been several temporary railway lines even between 1931 and 1935 Charl Laubscher Een foutjie sover ek weet. Die treinspoor was inderdaad verlê, om oor die Swakoprivier brug verder stroom-op te gaan. Maar, die res van die spoor het nog steeds langs die see geloop en is eers in sy geheel agter die duine gebou, so om en by die laat negentien sewentigs. Daar is 'n storie betreffende die wegspoel van die brug in 1934. Die masjinis het geweier om die trein oor die brug te neem. Hy was gedreig met ontslag, maar het nog steeds geweier. Toe het die stasiemeester van Swakopmund ten einde laaste oor die brug gestap, om die trein oor te bring na Swakop. Voordat hy egter kon vertrek, het die brug voor sy oë weggespoel. Weet iemand of dit waar is? Faisal Petersen Very nice piece researching the history. And yet I've driven past there many times, looking at the concrete columns without knowing it's history Willem Francois Snr Kotze 21. April 1926. Die Eisenbahnbrücke Swakopmund nach Walvisbay wird eingeweiht. Am 15. Januar 1934 wird die Brücke von den Fluten des hochabkommenden Riviers zerstört. h t t p s : / / w w w. k l a u s d i e r k s . c o m / N a m i b i a _ R a i l / 2 . h t m ====https://en.wikipedia.org/.../History_of_rail_transport_in... ==== https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walvis_Bay_2-4-2T_HopeSee Translation Alex Muukua mmmmmm very interesting history...remind me back at 80s with my late mum.....from Usakos to Walvisbay station....really good days never return. Johan Brink Swak vlak fondasies in see sand!! Lyle T Dempers Great info. It now makes more sense Jona Emilie Interesting Kumbulani Terence Sai Interesting indeed Violet Nagel Astonishing..

Car overturns near KaribibOmaruru bridge A driver escaped unscathed after he lost control of his vehicle on Tuesday afternoon near the bridge east of Karibib that leads to the C33 (Omaruru road).The vehicle overturned. Gregory Baumgarten Still the roads's fault.eish.

International teams expected at Roller-Hockey tournament The Namibia Ice- and Inline Hockey Association (NIIHA), the governing body of inline roller-hockey in Namibia hereby wishes to announce and inform the Namibia Media of the Inline RollerHockey Event – The Africa Cup to be hosted at The Dome in Swakopmund during the week May 23 to 27, 2017. The inline hockey teams taking part in the Africa Cup will not only be Namibian teams but will also include 3 international club teams from Norway, Germany and South Africa. The Africa Cup, the first event of its kind to be hosted in Namibia, aims to promote Namibia as a possible future host of inline hockey events by demonstrating that NIIHA can organise itself and creates international interest of inline hockey clubs willing to partake in a successful event, which is locally organised. Carlo Gawaseb Das Neves Our Dome ... Proud to be ..!! Keep it up ..! Go Liste Uba ChiDevi thumbs up


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The mining sector contributes 12.5% to the country's Gross Domestic Product and with an optimistic prediction of it increasing to 15.2% by the year 2022 according to the National Planning Commission it makes it a vital component towards Namibia's socio-economic development. Speaking to this effect, Johannesburg-based Andre Snyders, who is part of Standard Bank's research team, recently addressed the mining fraternity during his visit to Namibia at the recent Mining Expo and Conference under the topic “Reaping the benefits of Mining Investments.” “The years since 2005 have seen some spectacular investments in mining but also some equally noticeable reversal and writedowns. The mismatch between supply and demand is a co-ordination problem,” Snyders warned. He explained that his

aim was to provide a message of better understanding of market coordination and an appreciation that deliberation by communities is an essential foundation for the system of market pricing. Additionally, he also hoped to persuade people that the terms 'risk' and 'uncertainty' should actually have different meanings and should not be used synonymously. “Firms have invested in exploration in mine development and in mining technology on a scale seldom seen in the past 50 years. Railway lines have been built and even new types of ships have been designed to carry raw materials; I have also learned more about the new SS Nujoma, an advanced diamond exploration and sampling vessel,” Snyders noted.These investments, he pointed out, have been immense and not just in capital. He explained that governments and

industries have aligned themselves to the new cycle of investment sometimes people literally move to a new mine or mining region. During the previous cycle, many countries and firms also invested in the idea that demand for commodities had reached a new, higher base.Between 1996 and 2012 the local mining sector's contribution to total exports grew by over 15 percentage points to over 53%, however due to lower mineral prices the contribution had, by 2014, fallen back to the same level as in 1996. Promisingly, Namibia is in much safer territory than Botswana, the DRC and Zambia, whose dependence on minerals remains profound, Snyders stressed. “Some investments have succeeded spectacularly and some turned out to be foolish or speculative. It will take years for us to sort out which investments were real and were just spending, but we can

already see many good assets,” he noted. When FDI declines and the current account is under pressure, when the construction boom ends and food prices are rising, families and communities will have to assess the assets that were built up during the good times. These include financial assets (such as pensions), physical assets and the social assets (universities, schools, hospitals, etc.) that governments need to function, Snyders explained. “This assessment is difficult. The process of national development involves many people (all of us), even multiple generations, and it happens over a long time while the world around us changes… Mining remains essential but the global economy has moved on from the model where fossil fuels powered the machine-based mass production of manufactured goods,” he said. Snyders also pointed out that Namibia had done well on

reaching many of the UN's Millennium Developmental Goals, however he pointed out that while the country has done good work domestically it still remains vulnerable to the external economic environment and commodity prices in particular. The traditional developmental model is for profits from mining and agriculture to be invested in three key areas (manufacturing, construction and utility supply of power and water) so that productivity and efficiency can be properly harnessed. When combined, the mature primary and secondary industries are an ideal base for a complex services sector that grows employment and improves competitiveness. Snyders reiterated that the eventual goal is not just for supply to meet demand. What mining investment can stimulate is the real goal: communities that are prosperous and families that are healthy

and educated, and ready to compete for future success. In terms of risk and uncertainty, Snyders explained that there is both risk and uncertainty in any industry but in mining, especially mining in Southern Africa, there are very close links between national prosperity and the development of the broader mining industry. He added that in the run-up to the peak of the commodity cycle, many thought that the radical uncertainty could all be converted into manageable risk. “Legislators and regulators seldom have time to respond to the complex risks we face before some new uncertainty arises…But instead of making longer lists of risks and uncertainty, I propose we return to an older understanding of those two terms. If we define risk as events that are subject to a known or knowable probability distribution, then we can see that uncertainty

Photo by Erwin Leuschner

Reaping the benefits of mining investments in Namibia is what cannot be calculated… For uncertain events, it is not possible to specify any probability,” he explained, additionally noting that much trouble in recent years arose because there was a belief that all uncertainty could be treated as risk. The mining sector, along with its partners in manufacturing and finance, Snyders said, offers four specific contributions to any economy namely: (1) longterm thinking and longterm contributions; (2) participation in global value chains and the deepening of finance; (3) advances in machinery and productivity; and lastly (4) industrialisation, specialisation and the division of labour. “If the Namibian mining sector continues to offer these four (less-obvious) benefits while also contributing to both coordination and deliberation, then all Namibians can take the right kind of risk and also protect themselves and their businesses from the considerable uncertainty that we cannot yet imagine,” he concluded.

Standard Bank's Johannesburg-based research analyst Andre Snyders pictured during the recent Mining Expo and Conference in Namibia


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WALVIS BAY * Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday: Book Exchange at the Mission to Seafarers. All Welcome. * Every Tuesday: Blood clinic (NAMBTS) at Welwitschia Hospital next to indoor pool. * 20 May: Celebration of the International Day for Biological Diversity 2017 at Gobabeb Research and Training Centre.

* 24 May: Kudu Rugby Club Extra-Ordinary General Meeting at Narraville Clubhouse at 18:00. *6 Junie: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Rooms Katolieke Kerk om 09:00. * 25 June: Lagoon Park Family Market from 9am - 1pm, Classics in the Park! * 14 June: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19:00. * 30 June: Namib Desert 4x4 Club Annual Safari Dance to be held in Walvis Bay. 1 Julie: Huis Palms Basaar. * 4 Julie: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Rooms Katolieke Kerk om 09:00. * 1 - 7 July: Duneside 50th Birthday Celebrations. * 8 July: Duneside Gala Dinner. * 12 July: Ramos Blood Drives. * 12 July: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 15 July: MOTH Wreathlaying ceremony at memorial at Usakos/ Delville Wood 11h00. * 1 Aug: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Rooms Katolieke Kerk om 09:00. * 9 Aug: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00. * 26 & 27 Aug: Moth Congress (venue to be confirmed). * 5 Sep: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Rooms Katolieke Kerk om 09:00. * 13 Sep: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00. * 24 Sep: Moth Parade International Day of Peace . * 3 Okt: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Rooms Katolieke Kerk om 09:00. * 4 Oct: Ramos Blood Drives. * 11 Oct: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 22 Oct: Moth Parade at shellhole Remembrance of Battle of El Ala-mein 11h00. * 25 - 28 Oct: 11th Namport Erongo Business & Tourism Expo. * 7 Nov: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Rooms Katolieke Kerk om 09:00. * 8 Nov: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00. * 12 Nov: Moth Remembrance Day Parade at Harries Park Memorial. * 5 Des: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Rooms Katolieke Kerk om 09:00. ***************

SWAKOPMUND * Bridge: The Swakopmund Bridge club meets every Monday evening at 19:00 at Lions Old Age Home. Contact: Ed Barbour 064-405 604. * Swakopmund Toastmasters: Meet every first and third Monday of the month at the Europa Hof Hotel, Bismark Str 39, Swakopmund, Namibia from 19:00 - 20:30. * Every Saturday: Flea Market & fresh produce outside Wild Rocket Cafe Kriess Arcade from 08:30 - 12:00. * 19 July: Ramos Blood Drives. ***************

ART EXHIBITIONS * Every Saturday: Open Air Arts Exhibition at the Mole next to tennis courts in Swakopmund. Oil paintings - weather permitting. * Permanent Collection: Woermann Haus Gallery in Bismarck Street. Fine collection of the Swakopmund Arts Association’s “South West Masters’’ and contemporary Namibian art works. Open Mondays to Saturdays 10:00 - 12:00 and 15:00 - 17:00.


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16 MAY 2017 LIQUOR ACT, 1998

Notices WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME C O N S E N T: B e d & B r e a k f a s t O N E R F : 5 3 9 TOWNSHIP:Meersig 16 Mandume Ndemfayo 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 Bed & Breakfast 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 6 June 2017. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Luella Olley P.O.Box 5423, Walvis Bay

WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Home Based Office ON ERF: 6860 TOWNSHIP:Kuisebmund Tutaleni Uuguanga 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 Home Based Office(Administrative) 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 23 May 2017. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): Luyemi Strauss, Erf 3842, Kingklip Street, Kuisebmund, P.O.Box 5248, Walvis Bay

REZONING APPLICATION NOTICE Rezoning: From “Single Residential” density 1/500m² To “Single Residential” density 1/300m2 Location: Erf 1273, 15 J J Cleverley Street, Walvis Bay. In terms of the Walvis Bay Town Planning Scheme, notice is hereby given that Stewart Planning, intends to apply to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to rezone erf 1273 Walvis Bay from 'Single Residential' with a density of 1/500m² to 'Single Residential' with a density of 1:300m2 to allow the site to be subdivided into 4 portions, each larger than 300m², and for the construction of 4 dwelling houses on the 1,427m2 site. Plans and particulars of the application may be inspected at Town Planning, First Floor, Room 101, Civic Centre, Nangolo Mbumba Drive, Walvis Bay. Further take note that any person having any objection or comments to the approval of the rezoning application may lodge such objection or comments together with grounds thereof, with the Municipality of Walvis Bay and Stewart Planning, in writing, not later than Tuesday 30 May 2017. MUNICIPALITY: Manager: Town Planning Section Private Bag 5017 Walvis Bay hhitula@walvisbaycc.org.na 064 201 3339

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

NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO A MAGISTRATE IN TERMS OF THE LIQUOR ACT, 1998 Notice is hereby given that an application in terms of the Liquor Act, 1998, particulars of which appear below, will be made to the Regional Liquor Licensing Committee, Region Erongo 1. Name and postal address of applicant: Swakopmund Executive Tr a d i n g o n e C l o s e Corporation, P.O. Box 610 Henties Bay 2. Name of licensed business to which application relates:Solitude Beach Restaurant 3. Address/location of licensed premises to which

application relates: Henties Bay Farmlands 133/20 4. Nature and details of application: Application for the Grant of a New Special Liquor Licence 5. Where application will be lodged: Clerk of the M a g i s t r a t e ’s C o u r t , Swakopmund 6. Date on which application will be lodged: 24 May 2017 7. Date of meeting of Commitee at which application will be heard: 14 June 2017 Any objection or written submission in terms of section 28 in relation to the application must be sent or delivered to the Magistrate of the District, to reach the Magistrate not later than 7 days after the date on which the application is lodged.

Autohaus Swakopmund PARTS DEPARTMENT NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCK TAKE CLOSURE We will be closed on Friday, 19 May 2017 from 12:00 and Saturday, 20 May 2017 for our annual stock take. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. For any urgent matters, please contact Mr. Izak Smit Tel: (064) 413 200


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BC STONE PRODUCTS (NAMIBIA) (PTY) LTD We, BC STONE PRODUCTS (NAMIBIA) (PTY) LTD, an equal opportunity employer, have a vacancy for an ELECTRICIAN in WALVIS BAY IF YOU COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: 1. Grade 12 with an Electrical trade diploma with 3-5 years' hands on experience in MV/LV operations 2. Must be computer literate and be in possession of a Code BE driver's license 3. Must be a Namibian citizen 4. Must be a team player 5. Must be able to work at Heights and be able to work independently 6. Will be reporting to the Factory Manager. 7. Must be familiar with Health and Safety standards. 8. Must be flexible with working hours as well as be able to travel. 9. Must have problem solving/diagnostic skills AND WISH TO EXECUTE THE FOLLOWING RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Do preventative maintenance and day-to-day maintenance on all machinery on site. 2. Responsible for distribution of electricity on new sites and new machinery, 3. Install, test and monitor electrical motors 4. Ensuring that electrical maintenance is done timeously 5. In charge of alarm systems, emergency back-up system and CCTV 6. Responsible for enforcing electrical standards (SABS)(MESC) 7. Apply health and safety rules and regulations throughout the factory. 8. Monitor electrical usage 9. Ensure that a record of all electrical maintenance is kept and enforced. 10. Ensure that budget is kept and cost effectiveness is applied

Then kindly forward your CV to: vacancies@bestcheer.com.na or post your CV to HR at BC STONE PRODUCTS (NAMIBIA) (PTY) LTD, P.O.Box 4676, WALVIS BAY. CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS: 17 May 2017 ONLY SHORT-LISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE NOTIFIED, NO DOCUMENTS WILL BE RETURNED A CANDIDATE MAY UNDERGO PSYCOMETRIC ASSESSMENTS


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NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In the Magistrate's Court for the District of Swakopmund held at Swakopmund. Case No: 36/2017 In the matter between: Die Bestuursliggaam Hoër Jongenskool Paarl Plaintiff and Rasjida Becker Defendant In pursuance of a

Judgement in the Court of the Magistrate of Swakopmund and Writ of Execution dated 9 February 2017 the following goods will be sold in Execution on 10 June 2017 at 10:00 at the following address: Coastal Auctions 19 Hidipo Hamutenya Road, Swakopmund: to the highest bidder, viz: 1 x dining table + 6 chairs 1 x 3 piece lounge suite (black leather)

1 x Samsung double door fridge/ freezer 1 x Hisense flat screen TV 1 x iron dining table + 5 chairs 1 x Defy washing machine 4 x red bar chairs ROBERT POHL JAN OLIVIER & CO Office No.1, Cafè Treff Plaza 25 Sam Nujoma Avenue P O Box 2303 Swakopmund

ESTATE NOTICE In the Estate of the late Renathe Bock, who died on 27 October 2016, and was residing at No.708 Jabulani, Mondesa, Swakopmund Creditors and debtors of the above Estate are requested to lodge their claims against the Estate or pay their debts to the Estate at the undermentioned address

within a period of 30 (Thirty) days as from date of publication of this advertisement. ELLIS SHILENGUDWA INC Legal practitioner 1st Floor Altes Amtsgericht c/o Theo-Ben Gurirab Avenue & Tobias Hainyeko Street P. O. Box 2148 Swakopmund (Ref: PFH/ml-BOC24/ 0001-ML

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PROPERTY TIMES

double garage, pet friendly –End of April – N$9 652.50

Meersig – 3 bed, double garage, outside toilet, 2 bath, sitting/dining and kitchen – N$9 500.00 Contact: Lana – 081-350-1827 Office – 064 280 600

Dianne 081 239 6323

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BACHELOR APARTMENT TO RENT: Kuisebmond, Makriel Street no 30 N$ 2 500.00 p/m W/E incl in rent. Contact Mrs F: 081 336 2173

TO LET A MUST TO VIEW 2-bedr unit, garage @ N$6500 avail imm FAIRWAYS 3 Bedr unit, 2 garages @ N$8500 p.m.

Dianne 081 239 6323

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braai, small court-yard, No Pets – N$7 500.00 Central – 1 Bed fully furnished– N$6 050.00 Central – 2 Bed flat with garage walking distance from Spar (End May Avail) – N$5 775.00 Narraville – 2 Bedroom Flat with Garage in New Complex – N$4,650.00 Narraville – 2 Bed flat with garage – N$4 620.00 Narraville – 2 Bed flat – N$4 000.00 Meersig – 2 Bedr town house, garage N$6,707.00 Lagoon – 3 Bedr, 2 Bathr Double Garage N$14,520.00

Central – 2 Bedr Town house, Single Garage in Complex – N$6,413.00 Contact Lana – 081-350-1827 Office – 064 280 600

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Epic Properties Offices to rent at the Watercube Swakopmund 79 – 191m2 from N$55 / m² Excluding VAT Call: 081 129 4856 061 300 444

TO LET - KUISEBMOND N$ 3500 - 36m² shops N$2300 – 1 bed flat, water incl. Please contact Yolanda 0811583463 to view this brand new property

WAREHOUSES AND OFFICES TO LET: 1 x Warehouse and office 240m² to rent immediately available 1 x Warehouse 167,4m² to rent - immediately available. Factory park Walvis Bay Contact Charmaine 081 625 9607

TO LET - WALVIS BAY CENTRAL – OFFICES N$ 9 000 excl VAT – 75m² office/shop space N$ 12 720 excl VAT – 106m² office/shop space N$ 9 500 – 80m² office space Please call Rhoda 081 4131313 Merle 081 1583462 Talitha 081 3373669 TO LET: Walvis Bay Stern 4 (The Docks) Being renovated. Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1 guest toilet, open-plan kitchen lounge, diningroom, inside braai, blinds, tandem garage, plenty cupboards, 2 court yards. Prepaid elect, water excluded. PROFILE: Married couple with 2 children. Strict selection. Still available because no applications were yet successful. Available from 1 June. A beautiful unit for the right family. Contact Hannah: 081 124 2151 Epic Properties Very upmarket secure offices and warehouse to let in Industrial area Walvis Bay 834m2 Office and Warehouse space and 737m2 yard space 15ton Workshop crane included Immediately available N$60 000.00 negotiable Call : Etienne 081 124 1344 081 129 4856 PROPERTY IS WEALTH

One Bedroom Flat to Let in Walvis Bay, Hermes Area One bedroom with BIC Spacious Living room Bathroom with Shower Kitchen with BIC Built in Alarm No pets Sober habits Suitable for one or two persons only Rent: N$ 4,250.00 p/m + Deposit Including electricity Excluding Water Flat is in a safe & secure complex. Available beginning of June 2017 Open for viewing after 17:00 during weekdays Contact 081 151 7474 / 081 271 2625

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OFFICES AND WAREHOUSES TO LET Small office space to rent 18sqm - N$3 300.00 Various OFFICES and WAREHOUSES in Heavy Industrial Area – N$67 p/m² (all incl) Contact: Lana – 081-350-1827 Office – 064 280 600

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To Let: Stunning office space: NECHVILLE BUILDING Reception area, lounge area, boardroom, central town area, walking distance to all major facilities. For more details kindly contact: 081 254 8142 / 220280 ROOMS TO RENT IN MAHETAGO, SWAKOPMUND NEAR WOERMANN BROCK Bachelor flat with spacious bedroom, bathroom and kitchen N$3000-00 available immediately. Inside room with own entrance available from 01 June 2017 for N$1650. Water included, electricity prepaid. 0855220965/ 0853101660 Tamariskia Extension 3, Swakopmund Newly built house, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, En-suite bathroom + WIC, BIC, braai, double garage, alarm secured Available 1 June 2017 N$11,500 + N$9,000 Deposit (W&E incl.) 081 146 0116 HOUSE TO LET SWAKOP OCEAN VIEW Double Storey 3Bedrooms with B.I.C. 2Bathrooms, Open plan Kitchen, Inside BBQ, Single Big Garage Small Garden, Guest Toilet N$9000.00 p/m [excluded water & electricity] plus deposit. Available 01 June 2017Please call 081 786 0089 Te huur Swakop/ Kramersdorf: Een slaapkamer woonstel, toesluit garage N$6000p/m,+ deposit, water & ligte ingesluit. Geen troeteldiere, slegs bestemde hoeveelheid persone 1-2. Skakel 081-257-0929 vir afspraak om te besigtig. Beskikbaar van 1 June 2017 TO RENT: 2x Bachelor flats to rent. Water included + prepaid electricity. Contact: 081 280 6939 / 081 248 1203

To Let: Show Room/Office/Retai l Outlet 290 m² N$ 20,000 + VAT CBD, Contact: 0812473026 To Let: Kuisebmund 2 x Bedroom House with 2 x bathroom, single Garage openplan Lounge & Kitchen in Kuisebmund [Namport] N$6000.00 water included. Plus N$500.00 Electricity Contribution. Deposit Negotiable Contact 085 566 6999 085 236 5543 Woonstel te huur Swakopmund Palm Court Aftree Oord. Net persone ouer as 50 jaar. Een slaapkamer met Motorhuis. Baie voordele en sekuriteit vir afgetredenes. N$4500.per maand plus N$3000.-deposito. Koopkrag. Water ingesluit. Onmiddelik beskikbaar. Kontak: 081 293 6199 of epos:jlpretorius@ mtcmobile.com.na CFS PROPERTIES HOUSE TO LET OCEANVIEW 3 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, openplan kitchen, scullery, lounge/dining, bbq, guest toilet, double garage, alarm, deposit required, freestanding, pet friendly, immediate available. N$12,800.00 Irene 081 353 5551 064 412320 Irene@cfsnamibia.com

TO LET - WALVIS BAY CENTRAL N$ 2 530 - Bachelor flat with bath. N$ 3 250 - Bachelor with bath (W incl). N$ 3 750 - Bachelor flat with bath (W incl). N$ 6 160 - 3 bed, 2 bath flat garage. HERMES N$ 5 500 - 2 bed, 1 bath single garage. MEERSIG N$ 11 500 - 3 bed, 2 bath town house with double garage. N$ 6 250 - 2 bed, 2 bath flat with garage. N$ 13 500 - 4 bed, 3 bath house with 3 garages. FAIRWAYS N$ 6 500 - 2 bed, 2 bath with garage. NARRAVILLE N$ 3 300 - 1 Bed flat with bath (W&E incl). N$ 3 300 - 1 Bed flat with bath. KUISEBMOND N$ 2 500 - 1 bed flat with bath. N$ 3 500 - 2 bed, 1 bath with garage. N$ 2 300 - 1 Bed flat with bath (W incl).

LONGBEACH N$ 7 700 - 3 bed, 2 bath with double garage. INDUSTRIAL N$ 11 000 - 171m² warehouse with 1 office. N$ 30 000 excl VAT 510m² with 1800m² yard space N$ 7 000 incl VAT 100m² workshop

TO RENT: 1x bachelor flat to rent in Narraville For single person only Has own shower + toilet No hot water Available immediately Deposit required N$ 1 300.00 p/m Contact: 081 259 2351 081 146 6860 TO RENT: Two bedroom flat Walvis Bay Very good location. Neat and sunny two bedrooms, with lots of cupboards, Open plan kitchen with stove, sitting / dining room, DSTV Extra view available. Indoor braai, remote garage and gate. Pre paid electricity. Excl water No water deposits Sorry no children and pets. Preferably elderly. N$ 5 500.00 p/m Plus deposit Immediately available. Contact: 081 250 4694 064 203 342ina@iway.na TE HUUR: Is U opsoek na `n woonstel in Narraville, 2 slaapkamer + kombuis + sitkamer en badkamer. Geen motorhuis. Kontak: 081 452 8679

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TO LET STORAGE SPACE IN SECURE COMPLEX NEAR WEIGH BRIDGE 31.3 m² @ N$1950pm. VAT excl WAREHOUSE PLUS OFFICE 135m² @ N$4800 p.m. VAT excl avail imm. CENTRAL OFFICES 110m² @ N$9900 p.m. Vat excl avail 1 May

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Epic Properties Newly built Warehouses and Offices to rent in Walvis Bay Industrial Area Between 55 – 775m² from N$55 / m² excluding VAT Call: Etienne 081 124 1344 081 129 4856

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FLATS TO RENT Kuisebmund – Room with shower and toilet (No hot water) – N$1 996.50 Hermis – 1 Bedroom flat, w/excluded – Available end of April - N$4 400.00 Kuisebmund – 2 Bedr flat Exl w/e – N$3 500.00 Kuisebmund – Room with communal toilet – N$2 000.00 Kuisebmond – 1 Bedr Flat with Prepaid Electr. – N$3,000.00 Lagoon – Fully furn. 3 bedr cottage N$10 450.00 Central - 3 Bedr Town House, double garage, guest toilet in complex, Prepaid Electr N$9 660.00 Central - 3 Bedr Town House, double garage,

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

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HOUSES TO LET Meersig - 3 Bedr, 2 Bath. Tandem garage, own yard, big kitchen, huge living area – N$9 500.00 Centre – 3 Bedr, sitting area, big kitchen, 1 bathr avail end May N$8 500.00 Meersig – 3 Bed, 2 bath,

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

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RESIDENTIAL TO LET: OCEANVIEW: 4 Bedroom, 2 bathroom, double garage. N$15 000. Sonja 081 830 3471 OCEANVIEW: 3 Bedroom townhouse, all en-suite bathroom, double garage. NO PETS. N$11 550. Sonja 081 830 3471 EXT 22: 3 Bedroom house, 3 bathroom, 3 garage. N$13 000. Sonja 081 830 3471 SWAKOP CBD: Furnished 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom cottage, single garage. NO PETS. N$10 000. Sonja 081 830 3471 SWAKOP CBD: Furnished 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment, single garage. N$10 000. Sonja 081 830 3471 MILE 4: Unfurnished 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, double garage. N$12 500. Sonja 081 830 3471 VOGELSTRAND: Furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, double garage, Sea Views. N$13 200. Sonja 081 830 3471 VOGELSTRAND: 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom, double garage. N$13 950. Sonja 081 830 3471 VOGELSTRAND: 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 garage townhouse. N$13 500. Sonja 081 830 ROSSMUND: 4 Bedroom, 2 bathroom, double garage. N$15 500. Sonja 081 830 3471

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TO RENT: Inside Sharing room available Namport Side Kuisebmond Sharing of toilet & shower Sharing of kitchen Single person only W/E incl. N$ 1 900.00 N$ 1 900.00 deposit Available Immediately Contact: 081 147 3158

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TO RENT: Walvis Bay Kuisebmond, Kabeljou Street Single flat with private bathroom, in a very neat and secure area. N$ 2 400.00 p/m W/E incl. Available immediately. Contact: 081 127 8229

Flat to Rent Mondesa: 4 x 1 Bedroom Flats Available in Mondesa Swakopmund from 31 May 2017, Bedroom Kitchen and Bathroom Water included Pre-paid Electricity Please call 081 466 4444

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TE HUUR: Narraville / vanaf 20 May 1 slaapkamer woonstel te huur In Narraville met oopplan kombuis + badkamer, diefwerings N$ 3 000.00 p/m Deposito onderhandelbaar Geen parkeering Vir enkel persone of twee Skakel: 081 327 9800

FOR SALE NARRAVILLE VERY NEAT 2-bedr house, garage plus a 2 bedroom flat for extra income. @ N$1.1 million. MODERN AND SPACIOUS 3-bedr house, 2 bathr, lounge, open plan dining room, kitchen plus garage for 4 cars. This property has 2 x 2 bedr. units with fully fitted kitchens selling price N$1.950 million

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PROPERTY TIMES MONDESA 5 Bed, 5 bath Self catering B&B, store Room, open plan Kitchen/living, double Garage. N$ 1 600 000.00 TAMARISKIA 2 Bed, 1 bath townhouse, open plan kitchen/living, patio & garage. N$ 1 010 000.00 PLOT & PLAN 3 Bed, 2 bath, open Plan kitchen/living, Double garage. N$1 480 000.00 VACANT PLOT 817m², corner plot. N$750 000-00 NEG SWAKOPMUND BRAND NEW!! 290m² - 3 Bed, 3 bath house, Open plan kitchen/living, Scullery, indoor BBQ, Scullery, 3 garages, N$2 670 000.00 BRAND NEW!! 3 Bed, 2 bath, open Plan kitchen/living, Scullery, indoor BBQ, double garage PLUS: 2 Bed flat with garage. N$3 480 000.00 BEST GUESTHOUSE IN NAMIBIA!! 920m² Of luxury on the Beach. 9 On-suite bedrooms, 2 x open plan lounges/ Dining with 2 X Indoor & outdoor BBQ, 2 X Kitchens, Scullery/ Laundry, Pantry, Patio, 5 X Balconies, 5 X Jacuzzies, Sauna, Wine Cellar, All high quality Furniture included. N$23 000 000.00 GOGGA 081 169 6215 gogga@ramos.na

TO LET: TOWNHOUSE: Walvis Bay Bay Manor: (close to SPAR, C/O Sam Nujoma and 8th Road) Very spacious townhouse with 3 bedrooms with bic, 2 bathrooms, guest toilet. Large open plan living area with indoor braai and modern kitchen. Double garage with remote controlled garage door and laundry area. (Total 205m²) N$9 200 per month (+1month's Dep). W&E excluded. Available immediately. Contact Marika at 081 127 4080.

TO LET Swakopmund Tamariskia N$ 3850 -Bachelor Flat including W & E Imm Avail, N$ 8250 - 2 bed, 2 bath, spacious Kitchen/lounge/dining with single garage, W&E Incl, Imm Avail Vineta N$ 15 000 - 3 bed, 2 bath, with kitchen, lounge and entertainment area 3 garages with a 2 bed flat with 2 baths, avail end of June/July 17 Unfurnished Vineta N$ 12 500 - 3 bed, 2 bath double garage house avail end of June 17, Luise +264 81 653 0765 Lucille +264 81 169 6216 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na PAM GOLDING INDUSTRIAL TO LET: INDUSTRIAL: Warehouse space, reception, office and large open space, multi-level. N$17 500. Sonja 081 830 3471 INDUSTRIAL: Office block, 13 offices, boardroom, reception N$25 000. Sonja 081 830 3471 INDUSTRIAL: Warehouse, 2 offices, boardroom, reception, total area 235m2. N$13 000. Sonja 081 830 3471 PAM GOLDING Residential to let: Strandperle: 2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, double garage, walking distance from town and the sea. N$ 7,500.00. Talita 081 348 1583 / Elné 081 343 1429 SEASIDE ESTATES CENTRAL SWAKOPMUND: Office space, 3 rooms plus reception area, kitchen, toilet and bathroom plus 1 garage, N$ 7500; SEASIDE ESTATES Birgit 081-2757827 SEASIDE ESTATES CENTRAL SWAKOPMUND: 2 ½ bedroom house, 1 garage, kitchen, lounge, toilet, bathroom, N$ 7500; SEASIDE ESTATES Birgit 081-2757827 HOUSE TO LET SWAKOP OCEAN VIEW Double Storey 3Bedrooms with B.I.C. 2Bathrooms, Open plan Kitchen, Inside BBQ, Single Big Garage Small Garden, Guest Toilet N$9000.00 p/m [excluded water & electricity] plus deposit. Available 01 June 2017Please call 081 786 0089

Mays Trading CC Narraville, Walvis Bay, N$ 1.260 Million GREAT DEAL, 3 bedroom house, 2 bathrooms ,lounge, dining room, indoor braai, kitchen with built-incupboards and garage, erf size 760m² Walvis Bay, Meersig, N$ 720 000.00 Erf in Meersig of 632m². Walvis Bay, Hermis, N$690 000.00 Erf for sale 570m² Meersig, N$1.890 million Brand new, very well designed and appointed home.3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms. Large double, automated garage, beautiful Open plan fitted kitchen, lounge and dining room with built-in braai. All bedrooms are of good size with lots of cupboard space. Main bathroom is very well designed. Narraville,Walvis Bay, N$ 1550 million 3bedroom house, kitchen lounge 1full Bathroom,1 toilet outside room ,laundry 3 garage plus , 1bedroom flat with kitchen, bathroom high boundary Walls and very big erf. 836m² interlocks , outside braai Well located Walvis Bay, Narraville, N$2.5 mil (Accommodation for sale) 6 On-suit-units, lounge , 4 kitchens, caretakers room, office, tuckshop, parking space, pool, Outside & inside bbq Tourist licence available .Neat as a pin .Fully furnished. Narraville, Flat, Walvis Bay, N$ 450 000 There is an investment property out there for every single person. All you need to do is have the tools to spot it! 2 bedroom flat (kitchen and lounge area) available in Narraville, Edmaro court unit , pelican street. walking distance from Woermann. viewing can be done anytime. . (prepaid electricity & prepaid water rent income N$ 4000) Narraville,Walvis Bay, N$ 1.350 Million family home for sale, 3 bedroom house, 2 bathrooms ,lounge, dining room, kitchen with built-in-cupboards and double garages Narraville flat, Walvis Bay, N$ 380 000 There is an investment property out there for every single person. All you need to do is have the tools to spot it! One bedroom flat (kitchen and lounge area) available in Narraville, Edmaro court unit , pelican street. walking distance from Woermann. viewing can be done anytime. (prepaid electricity &prepaid water rent income N$ 3000) We are urgently looking for houses and properties to sell. Contact Tracey: . 081 302 3806 Mounien: 081 860 1938 mickeymays@iway.na

TO LET Swakopmund CBD N$10 000- FURNISHED 2 BED,2 BATH, SINGLE GARAGE Furnished Apartment N$ 9500 - Furnished 2 bed, 1 Bath, sunroom, kitchen, lounge and tandem garage OCEAN VIEW N$ 11 000 - Double storey, 3 bed, 3 bath, guest toilet, Open-Plan kitchen, lounge & dining with Indoor BBQ, Complex (No Pets) Vogelstrand N$ 13 000 - 3 Bed, 2 bath with a guest toilet, with 2 separate garages, imm avail Ext 23, Near Pro Ed Academy N$ 12 500 - Double Storey, 3 bed, 3 bath house with tandem garage, Imm Avail furnished or unfurnished, Luise +264 81 653 0765 Lucille +264 81 169 6216 +264 64 464 033

House For Sale Swakop Ocean View 2 Houses on a 982m² First House: 4 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 Garages, Kitchen, Lounge, Dining Room, In and Outside BBQ plus Second House: 1 x Double Storey 3 Bedrooms, Open-Plan Kitchen, Lounge, in-side BBQ, Big Garage and much more... Valuation N$3,350,000 Come and have a look and make a Offer !! Please call 081 786 0089 LEHMANN PROPERTIES CC Narraville Very big 4 bedroom house, massive kitchen, lounge, bathroom, dining room, tv room, foyer, double garage and lots more! Big erf with more potential. The price? Really Only N$ 1.3 mil all inclusive! Nicolas: 085 651 1992 PRICE REDUCED Narraville 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, huge main bedroom and suite with lots of cupboards lounge, kitchen, dining area, double garage, lots of space for further extensions Price N$ 1 260 000.00 Contact: 081 148 1332 081 283 9576 SEASIDE ESTATES CENTRAL SWAKOPMUND: Office space, 3 rooms plus reception area, kitchen, toilet and bathroom plus 1 garage, N$ 7500; SEASIDE ESTATES Birgit 081-2757827

EMMA NANGOLO KAMATOTO PROPERIES To Let: Narraville: Bachelor flat, W+E incl. N$3600.00 Fairways: 3 Spacious bedroom, 3 bathroom, 2 sitting room. N$10 000.00 neg Water included. To let - Town 2 bedroom, garage N$ 5 500.00 For Sale: Fairways 2x3 bedroom houses on one erf N$ 2.7 mil Longbeach 2 bedroom flat N$ 1.250 mil Fairways erf 767m² N$ 1.150 mil Sole Mandate Hermes: Double storey house, with a 2 bedroom flat. N$1.9 mil - All included. Kuisebmond: 3 Bedroom house with a 2 bedroom flat N$1 mil - All included. Central Guesthouse - N$2 mil All included. Contact Emma: 081 122 8067 Te huur Swakop/ Kramersdorf: Twee slaapkamer woonstel, toe sluit garage N$8000 p/m,+ deposit, water & ligte ingesluit. Geen troeteldiere, slegs bestemde hoeveelheid persone 1-3. Skakel 081-257-0929 vir afspraak om te besigtig. Beskikbaar van 1 June TO RENT: 2 bedroom, bathroom, open plan lounge & kitchen with BIC and stove, burglar bars & alarm. No garage but big area for parking up to 6 cars. Pre paid electricity Water excluded. N$ 6 000.00 p/m Contact Hennie: 081 492 0299 081 312 7000 TO RENT: 2 bedroom flat to rent in town in Walvis Bay. BICs and stove, open plan kitchen and lounge area for N$ 5 600 p.m. (W&E excluded). Available immediately. Contact 081 445 7375 TO Rent N$ 14000/month exl. Water and electricity, Plush brand new large home, complex, gate controlled guards , A plush modern style home , It is a two bedroom home with 2.5 Bathrooms. Has a Large open plan kitchen, Very Large dinning room and living room. It has a very spacious courtyard and very large double garage. Full Alarm, old style burglar bars throughout. Available 1 June, Contact Gunther 081 638 6300

TO LET Swakopmund COMMERCIAL N$ 25400 - Showroom with Shop, garage office and strong room, available immediately INDUSTRIAL N$ 22 000 – Excl VAT Large office space to rent Mile 4 N$ 8000 - 3 beds, 2bath, open-plan kitchen/lounge, 2 garages, Apartment & courtyard, avail end of June 2017 Dolphin Beach N$ 13 000 - Spacious 3 Bed, 2bath, apartment with large balcony and stunning sea view, Henties Bay – Noord duin N$ 4400 - 3bed flat with 2 baths no garage, water incl, imm avail Luise +264 81 653 0765 Lucille +264 81 169 6216 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na FOR SALE: Modern 3 bedroom house for sale, centre town, near school with 5 flats. For viewing contact: 081 280 6939 / 081 248 1203 TO RENT: House to rent Walvis Bay @ WB High School Neat and spacious 3 bedroom, build in cupboards, huge kitchen, open plan lounge and dining area, foyer, bathroom with shower, seperate toilet, laundry, outdoor braai, interlocks, burglar bars, alarm. Garden with shed. Garage. Water excl. Pre paid electricity. N$ 9 500.00 p/m Plus deposit Available Sept. Contact Ina: ina@iway.na - 081 250 4694 / 064 203 342 FOR SALE: By owner Kuisebmond 441m² residential erf available for sale. In a very quiet area. Seafront view ±7 minutes walking distance to Independence Beach. N$ 497 252.00 No sms Only serious buyers can call. Contact: 081 228 7345 TO LET: Walvis Bay Hannah’s Cottages Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, big kitchen + dishwasher, plenty cupboards, 2 usable passages. Separate diningroom, lounge, big private courtyard, double garage. Only 2 units sharing blinds, G4S, water included. TV dish, quiet and safe complex. Prepaid electricity, water included. Not pet friendly. Available 1 July 2017. Rent: N$7200 + deposit Contact Hannah: 081 124 2151

TO LET Long beach N$ 8800 - 3 Bed, 2baths single garage, semifurnished. Imm Avail N$ 13 000 – 4 Bed, 3 bath and double garage, avail 1st of July 17 N$ 10 000 - 3bed, 2bath, 1 garage, Sea View, with BBQ, Furnished Unit WANTED: ALL TYPES OF PROPERTIES TO LET Luise +264 81 653 0765 Lucille +264 81 169 6216 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na House For Sale Swakop Ocean View 2 Houses on a 982m² First House: 4 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 3 Garages, Kitchen, Lounge, Dining Room, In and Outside BBQ plus Second House: 1 x Double Storey 3 Bedrooms, Open-Plan Kitchen, Lounge, in-side BBQ, Big Garage and much more... Valuation N$3,350,000 Come and have a look and make a Offer !! Please call 081 786 0089 CFS PROPERTIES SWAKOPMUND FOR SALE HOUSE MYL 4 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, separate toilet, kitchen, lounge/dining, bbq, Tandem garage, alarm, burglar bars, plus batchelor flat. N$1,630,000-00 FLAT VINETA 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, kitchen/ lounge/dining, BIC, enclosed sun stoep, large courtyard, single garage and parking, secure complex. N$1,300,000.00 Irene 081 353 5551 064 412320 Irene@cfsnamibia.com

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PROPERTY Bachelor Flat to Rent Langstrand/Longbeach One Flat : One person @5500.00 per month OR Two peoples @ N$6500.00 per month. Two Batchelor Flats with inter-leading doors, each with own bedroom, kitchen & bathroom, tv, etc: Two Adults @ N$8000.00 per month [One adult in each Flat] Water & Electricity included, Queen size bed, small couch, tv, cutlery, two plate stove, microwave, tv, etc. Parking behind gates. Call Jean on 081 447 7158 Wanted to Rent Swakop URGENT : wanted for mature Couple For End May or June to rent Max N$4000 - N$7000pm Please call 081 343 0404 081 305 1710

HAIR MAY SPECIAL - PPT & BEAUTY CENTRE Shape & tint - N$50 Lashes - N$120, own N$60, pedicure - N$75, manicure - N$100, tips N$150, nail training N$1000, lashes training N$1000, brows training N$400, make-up training - N$1000, i can come to you. I do hair & wigs as well as make-up for a day - N$130. Find us in Kuisebmond, opposite Oasis Pharmacy. Contact: 081 605 9205

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CLEMENS HARASEB INVESTMENT UPHOLSTERY CLEANING We do: Car seat cleaning Sofa’s mattresses baby seats Rug carpets Office chairs and many more Contact: 081 615 0356 081 230 6675

Co-An Renovations and Builders offers the following SERVICES: Civils, Platforms, Carpentry, Building, Plumbing, Renovations for Professional Jobs, over 30 years experience. Please call Jan @ 081 386 5534 or Anthony @081 361 2469

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BIZZY B’s We have space for children aged 2 - 6 Fully qualified grade R teachers. We teach both English and Afrikaans. Call Irene Binneman: 081 219 0669

SERVICES TENDERS & CONTRACTS We offer the following Professional Services (Quantity Surveying & Project Management) Complete Tender Documents in the following Sectors •Building Construction (Government Tender and Private Tenders) Capital Projects •Municipal Services – Water and Sewer Reticulation, Upgrading of Roads and Electrical Services •Major Road Construction Projects •Formulate Estimate for Building Contractors for Bank Approval •Supervise and Manage Projects (Start to Final Completion) @ 081 721 2266 Satago66@gmail.com T&C APPLY

RedFord General Contractors CC for: Building of new houses, tiling, painting, renovations, repairing of ceilings, repair and install geysers, transporting 12 ton. Truck, tub, excavators. call 081 248 8230 081 628 3288

FIRST AID CLASSES Class “A” First Aid monthly classes. N$550.00p/p email: info@allsafenamibia. com

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HURRY AND REGISTER ON SPECIAL For adult beginners and advanced Extra classes for Grade 1 - 12 Helps Namcol students prepare for their exams. Call / sms 081 696 3163 081 755 4249

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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

THE HONEY POT SEWING CENTRE Tel: 202 818, Walvis Bay Expert service in general tailoring- One day alterations, Duvet Covers, Curtains, Wedding Dresses and others. ACCOUNTING SERVICES AT AFFORDABLE PRICES We specialise in the following: Monthly bookkeeping / full accounting; /Tax / VAT Audits / VAT + Imports / Salaries /IRP5's / Management Acc's / Annual financial reports & year ends / CC Registrations. Keep your records and taxes up to date and contact us for all your accounting needs on 081 333 5230 / 081 753 3610 or visit our website on www.sr accountingservices.com UNO TRUST BUILDERS AND RENOVATORS P.O.BOX 650 SWAKOPMUND Tel: 064 461 844 Building, renovating, painting, maintenance, roof sealing paving, plumbing ect. Sound construction methods and proper workmanship by experienced team quaranteed. Contact J Harteveld: 081 148 1939

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WOODWORK Restoring your old wood garage doors, gates, fences, etc. As well as installing of kitchen and bedroom built in cupboards. For and obligation free quote call: 081 656 0215

WANTED CASH PAID INSTANTLY FOR YOUR BROKEN & IRREPARABLE GOLD JEWELERY, ALSO BITS AND PIECES. CALL AT DESERT JEWELERY & CURIOS. SAM NUJOMA AVE, WALVIS BAY, OPPOSITE KFC. PLEASE BRING YOUR ID. GESOEK: Enige iemand wat belangstel aan vervoer vir kleuters, hoerskool en laerskool leerlinge. Vir meer inligting. Kontak: 081 203 3343

VACANCIES CARWASH MANAGER We are looking for a mature person to fill the position of Carwash Manager. Requirements:· •Matric •Valid Drivers Licence •Ability to manage and motivate staff •Ability to work independently •Customer orientated and able to work with people •Previous management experience will be an advantage. Please contact 0811222040/0856678307 or deliver your CV to Platz Am Meer Carwash. Vacancy Seamstress - Strong communication skills - Experience on the industrial sewing machines - vibrant - Namibian citizen - Fluent in English & Afrikaans - Ability to learn fast - Honest Please forward cv's to: The Manager P.O. Box 4032 Walvis Bay


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CARS FOR SALE: Crank shafting, cashings, lamp shafts, timing gear, distributors, fuel pumps, cars, allernailers for VW, lots of engine parts, rims + tyres. Contact: 081 335 6901 FOR SALE: Beetle body No engine Beetle rusted, no engine Boa bug Kubal wagen (The thing) Almera 1x Almera 2004 gearbox needs attention 1x Golf 2004, needs repairs on door + midguard no keys 1x Volkswagen beetle, needs respray VW 1400 rims + 1500 + 1300 rims lots of them 1x Canopy Isuzu bakkie old model 1x Canopy Ford Bantam Engine parts + plates Contact: 081 335 6901 W.E. Motors and Services Ralyn Park Unit 11 at Mondesa Robots Swakop • We offer Professional repairs and services on all vehicles at reaonable rates. • Specialize in Botswana Imports [Taxis] • Roadworthiness • Nothing to big or small • Immediate attention Contact Werner @ 081 458 1955 Car 4 Sale: 2005 Toyota Camry 2,4 VVT-i; 215000km White witn R.W.C & Pol Clearance N$45,000.00 1996 Nissan 1400 Bakkie with canoppy 86000km Good Runner in Swakopmund N$28,500. Please call 081 567 4522

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2nd Hand Shop We buy and sell anything of value

GARDENING FOR SALE FOR SALE: Plants sale, everything must go Lots of plant pots Contact: 081 335 6901

only ID required 0811475475 0811475333 064220387 bayauctions@iway.na

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ITEMS FOR SALE SWAKOPMUND CALL 081 567 4522 1 x Whirlpool Heavy Duty Top Loader Washing Machine [like new] N$1850.00 //1 x Defy 330lt Fridge White N$1850.00 // 1 x Anvil Free Standing Chips Fryer like new N$5500.00 // 1 x 2 Plate Stove with oven White N$650.00 // 1 x OMEGA 2,8 K.W.A. Petrol Generator [like new] N$2650.00 // 1 x Indesit 180lt Fridge White N$1650.00 // 1 x DEFY , 4 Plate Stove “plug-In” Black [like new] N$2200 Call 081 567 4522 UIT OUMA SE KOMBUIS Gesondheidsbeskuit N$ 75p/kg Karringmelkbeskuit N$ 70p/kg Plaas jou bestelling by 081 239 7080 SWAKOP TREASURES -next to Home Affairswe Buy and sell used Furniture, Applicances and more, Anything of Value at the Best Prices Please call Daan @ 081 210 0800

HOUSEHOLD/ FURNITURE FOR SALE: Equipment, furniture in Walvis Bay Contact: 081 280 3817 FOR SALE: 3x Vertoon kas, 1x kas, 1x round table, 1x orrel, 1x double bed, 1x tafel, 1x Laai kas, 1x sit kamerstel, 6x stoele, 1x tent army tent, 2x bankies + tafel, 1x stoel, canopy Izusu bakkie, canopy Ford Bantam, garage equipment, goose neck het aandag nodig, battery charger, heavy duty, sand blaster, tafel met vice, steam cleaner high pressure + plenty more, vis stokke. 1 x garage deur groot 2 x garage deur, enkel House hold goods for sale. A selection of house hold goods, Beds and mattress, wall unit, couch, Fish reels, gas lights, box full of led, Washing machine, fridge, and small's. Call, 081 638 6300

JOBS WANTED Hardworking, reliable and trustworthy Gardener with lots of experience, is looking for work, 5 days a week. Have good references. Please phone 081 444 0532

JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am a 22 year old lady looking for domestic work for 3 days a week, Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays. Have grade 12. Ready to start immediately. Contact: 081 777 9065 JOB WANTED: I am looking for domestic work around Walvis Bay or Langstrand. I am a 46 year old Herero lady. Only serious people can contact me. Contact: 081 792 7753 JOB WANTED: Ndapanda is looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay. Cleaning or babysitting. Mondays to Fridays. Can start as soon possible. Contact: 081 551 4021 JOB WANTED: I am a 34 year old looking for work as a office cleaner, I have grade 12, certificate of Secretary and office administration. Contact: 081 686 8087 JOB WANTED: I am a 23 year old looking for any kind of work at the Lagoon or around Town. Ready to start anytime. Contact: 081 668 2729 JOB WANTED: Looking for domestic work. I can start as soon as possible. 3 - 4 days a week. Contact: 081 674 8978 081 560 0491 LUCRESIA: Ek is ‘n 45 jarige dame opsoek na huiswerk in Walvisbaai of Langstrand. Kan mooi stryk en skoonmaak. Maandae tot Vrydae. Kontak: 081 289 7196 I am looking for Domestic Work in Swakopmund I can do everything like Ironing washing cleaning. I am honest and hardworking. I can work from Monday to Friday and start immediately. Please call me @ 081 457 8742 I am a 30 years old woman, oshiwambo speaking and is looking for Domestic work from Monday to Friday or 3 days in a week ins Swakop, or in Hotel, Guesthouses, cleaning Companies, Washing and ironing, I have very good experience. I can start immediately. Please call 081 852 8947 I am looking for Domestic Work and is 30 years old. I need only for 2 days in the week, Monday and Thursday. Please contact Maggie 081 719 4647

JOBS WANTED Ek is n dame met ondervinding van Huiswerk en is dringend opsoek na huiswerk vir 2,3,4,5,of 6 dae in die week. Ek kan ook Saterdag en Sondag werk. Ek kan ook onmiddelik begin. Ek kan na babas kyk, bejaardes omsien, was stryk en huisskoon maak. Ek het vorige verwysings, ek rook en drink nie. Ek is baie netjies hardwerkend en betroubaar. Ek kan in Swakop Wlavis langstrand Dolfynstrand werk. Skakel asseblief 081 485 3403

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VACANCY: Construction Foreman Bay Construction is currently seeking a Construction Foreman to join our growing professional team. We are looking for someone that has a strong background in the construction industry with a career goal of supervising construction projects. Requirements: *5-10 years of supervisory experience in construction technology methods, equipment, tools and work procedures. *Ability to manage construction of formwork for concrete placement. Please submit CV to the following e-mail address: info@baygroupnam.com Closing date: Friday 19 May 2017

Gardening & Palms for sale, SWK Big and small palms, And planted. Also Garden designs and Irrigation. Palm and tree removal, Pruning, 30kg Pure matured Cow manure Bags delivered. Call Gunther 081 63 86 300

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Vacancy Sales Representative -Honest -Vibrant -Namibian citizen -Fluent in English and Afrikaans -Reference required Please forward cv's to: The manager P.O. Box 4032 Walvis Bay

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THOUGHTS FOR THE WEEK Tuesday - Isaiah 43:19 (NIV) See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the desert and streams in the wasteland. Read Isaiah 43 Read Isaiah Wednesday - Deuteronomy 31:6 (NIV) Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you."Read Deuteronomy 31Read Deuteronomy Thursday Jeremiah 29:11 (NIV) For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Read Jeremiah 29 Read Jeremiah Friday - Isaiah 41:10 (NIV) So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.


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Death Notices Richard Peter Van der Merwe * 12-01-1962 + 10-05-2017 Our beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather And Brother passed away peacefully on Wednesday. Rest In Peace

Memorial Service: Wednesday 17 May 19h00 at the Maranatha Lutheran Church Narraville Friday 19 May 19h00 at house nr:31 Skipper Street Narraville

Funeral Service: Saturday 20 May 08h30 at home 09h00 from Maranatha Lutheran Church Narraville Contact Persons: Rayaldo: 0811438917 Diane 0816344380 Awita:0812836829

ESCARPMENT SHELLHOLE It is with deep regret that Escarpment Shellhole Walvis Bay announces the passing to higher service of one of its M.O.T.H.’s on 10-05-2017 M.O.T.H.

Richard vd Merwe “He shall not grow old, as we, that are left grow old, age shall not weary him nor the years condemn, at the going down of the sun and in the morning

WE WILL REMEMBER HIM


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National Academy Intervention On the Tuesday the 16th of May 2017 the National Coach of the Namibian Rugby team Mr Phil Davies together with his High Performance team will conduct a National Academy Intervention aiming at transferring various knowledge and skills to all coaches and players of rugby clubs along the coast. This session will include the following: 1. Introduce the NRU High performance plan to all clubs

program to support club players and coaches to develop their skills on various levels. This training session is open to all rugby clubs along the coast. The public is also very welcome to attend this session

and see what this NRU's National Academy is all about. This intervention will be held on the 16th of May 2017 at the SFC sports fields in Swakopmund and will start at 18:30. .

2. Concept of the National Academy and its key functions are to support club players and coaches to develop their ; · S&C programs · Core skills · Performance analysis · Player welfare and monitoring 3. Practical Coaching Sessions by the National Academy Coaches · Session make up a) Warm up options by S&C & Monitoring staff b) Core Skills Carrousels - Tackle technique - Breakdown and Ball presentation - Handling skills etc c) Technical work - Scrum - Line out basics This intervention forms part of the NRU's National Academy

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Caption: Mr Phil Davies

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Kudus and Walvis Bay go under to Unam and Wanderers in Premier League games

Walvis Bay and Kudus both had a tough weekend behind them in the next round of the NRU Premier League in Windhoek over the weekend. Unam hosted Walvis Unam struck back Wanderers on their Bay on its home turf at with more tries by home field in Piothe Unam Stadium prop Tjino Tjirare, n e e r s p a r k , w h e r e where it bagged a scrum half Sunday Wanderers took the massive 68-24 win Haitembu and another w i n w i t h 2 5 - 1 4 . try for Martin as they M a h c o P r i n s l o o , over Walvis Bay. With a strong pack of took lead at halftime Wanderers fullback, pulled 20 points with forwards Walvis Bay with 35-12. n o n e t h e l e s s g a v e In the start of the two tries, two converUnam a tough time in second half Walvis sions and two penalthe scrums, winning a Bay seemed in control ties followed by a try penalty try after a of the match when by centre Jandre du scrum infringement loose forward Joe Toit. H e r m a n n c a m e Kudus fly half, Ulriato by Unam. Unam turned its de- through with a try, but Lawrence and lock fense tactic into an two counter attacking Lee-uwardo Sitzer attack and took the tries by Unam left scored two tries for the lead with tries by fly them in the lead again. team, with Lawrence half Hilarius Kisting Another try by Unam c o n v e r t i n g b o t h . and centre Camlo had the score at 49-17, Udus remained moWalvis Bay hit back tivated to the end and Martin. with a penalty try, but came close to leading Walvis Bay redeemed Unam remained in the but Wanderers grabitself with tries by bed hold of the lead lead. eighth man Riaan de Klerk and center Kudus travelled to and simply didn't let Cedric Haraseb, but Windhoek to take on go of this advantage.

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