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SERVING THE COASTAL COMMUNITY SINCE 1958 NO 6890 FRIDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2020 Tel: +264 64 - 205854 / +264 64 - 461866 /Fax: +264 64 - 204813 / 064 - 461824 / Website: www.namibtimes.net

inside Hake industry a source of pride

Election day not a public holiday 25 November 2020, election day, will not be a public holiday, a senior official of the Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) confirmed this week. Voters are urged to plan ahead to be able to vote next Wednesday in the Regional Council and Local Authority Elections. Employers are also urged to allow employees on Wednesday to take time off and vote. Fixed voting stations open at 07:00 to 21:00. Voters are advised to take along a hat and water. Find in today’s edition an insert on the complete list of voting points (and their opening and closing times). as well as other crucial information regarding the elections.

Opposition parties heckle proceedings:

Mayor’s farewell speech turns into embarassing questions for Swapo For the Walvis Bay Town Council, business will never be the same again. That is if things are judged by the unprecedented events that marked the last council meeting at the Kuisebmond Council Chambers on Tuesday night. The meeting started on its familiar tone, but when the Mayor Alderman Immanuel Wilfried delivered his farewell statement, members of the public started to heckle him from the public gallery. Mayor Wilfried has not made himself available for re-election and bids the town council farewell after more than two decades as Councillor and also a five year period serving as citizen number one. No one seemed interested to listen the mayor’s farewell speech. Instead, the members of the public demanded answers over N$24 million that has gone missing during a housing scheme the municipality had to carry out on behalf of Government. Others shouted questions to the mayor over the Swapo majority Council’s failure to provide people with decent housing. Others accused Council of only managing Walvis Bay for the pockets of Swapo cronies, who are the only ones to benefit from public tenders, high value land and lucrative public projects. One man was overheard shouting to the mayor the upcoming elections will see opposition parties entering Council and that it would spell the end of

Swapo’s way of “managing Walvis Bay’s affairs from behind closed doors, away from public scrutiny”. The heckling interrupted proceedings several times, and at one stage both mayor Wilfried and Councillors made errors of judgment by replying to the hecklers and trying to get into counter arguments with the people on the gallery. After the Council meeting, Namib Times posed questions to some of the members of the public who attended the proceedings. “Things will never be the same again in the governance of Walvis Bay. For too long the Walvis Bay Town Council operated as an exclusive club for Swapo cronies. That came at the expense of our rate payers and at the expense of the development of our town”, summed up a member of the Independent Patriots for Change (IPC). Other parties seen on the public galleries were the Affirmative Repositioning Movement (AR), Landless People’s Movement (LPM), the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) and the Joint Walvis Bay Residents Association (JWRA), all taking part in next Wednesday’s elections. Also see article in today’s edition: “AR lays criminal charges against Walvis Municipality.”

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Critical shortage of blood - Namibians called upon to become donors The Namibian Blood Transfusion Services (NAMBTS) is calling upon Namibians to come out in numbers to donate blood, as the country is facing a severe shortage. NAMBTS says the critical shortage of blood can mainly be laid at the doorstep of Covid-19, as during the lockdowns and restrictions, blood collections countrywide were severely influenced. NAMBTS issued the following statement: “The blood donation ecosystem has been affected by COVID-19. Blood collections have dropped significantly, with NAMBTS currently only having three days of bloodstock throughout the whole country. With December fast approaching and blood levels being low, it is a crucial time for the service to collect enough blood to be able to meet demand. “The December period leading into January is always a difficult time to collect blood as donors are busy preparing for holidays and then start traveling. This year has presented even more challenges as that there is a significant decline in blood collections even before the holidays have commenced. Blood stock levels are already low leading into this crucial time of the year when we synonymously experience blood shortages and trauma incidents rise across the country”, said Zita Tobin, Manager: Donor Recruitment and PR for Continues on page 2

World PreMaturity Day

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Criminal case opened against Municipality

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International honour for Namibian Hake Fishery The Namibia hake trawl and longline fishery has become the first fishery in Namibia, and the second in Africa, to meet the globally recognised standard for sustainable fishing set by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), an environmental organisation not for profit. The certification recognises progress made by the Namibian government and fishing industry in rebuilding hake stocks which in the past were decimated by overfishing by foreign fleets. To be MSC certified, a fishery must show the fish stock is healthy, that it minimises its impact on the environment and has effective management in place. A global surge in consumer interest in sustainably sourced products means demand is outpacing supply. MSC certification will ensure the fishery can continue to export to markets in Southern Europe and will help it expand into retail markets in Northern Europe. Supermarkets and brands in these markets often prefer the fish and seafood they stock to be MSC-certified. Fishing is the third largest sector of Namibia's economy, with hake making up the majority of the sector and directly employing more than 10,000 people. The bulk of hake industry jobs go to women, who clean, fillet and pack the fish for export in factories around the ports where the hake is landed. MSC certification is expected to help the sector grow, benefiting the economy, communities and creating more jobs. Dr A Kawana, Namibia's Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources in the wake of the certification said: “As custodians of our natural resources, it is our responsibility to manage Namibia's fisheries in a way that ensures the longterm health and biodiversity of the oceans, and at the same time allows our fishing industry to

maximise the value of the resource for the current and future generations of the Namibian people in line with the provisions of article 95(l) of the Namibian constitution. We have worked hard to rebuild hake stocks that were historically over-fished. MSC certification of the Namibian Hake is an independent endorsement that our efforts are working, and a signal to retailers, brands and fish lovers around the world that the Namibian Hake is sustainable and it is here to stay.” Peter Pahl, Chair of the Namibian Hake Fishing Association, said: “Demand for sustainable hake is growing, especially in Europe. Having MSC certification will help the Namibian Hake industry stay competitive and meet demand in our existing markets, as well as expand into new markets where retailers and brands preferentially stock MSC certified fish to meet their consumers' expectations. Now we have certification, we hope to see our numbers grow, benefiting Namibians, communities, the economy and of course, the oceans.” Nomad Foods, which owns the Birdseye, Findus and Iglo brands and has committed to source 100% of its fish and seafood from sustainable sources by the end of 2025, welcomed the certification. Stefan Descheemaeker, CEO, Nomad Foods said: “As the world's largest buyer of certified wild caught white fish, and a proud co-founder of the MSC, we have a key role to play in encouraging fisheries to continuously improve their practices to ensure the health of fish stocks, vulnerable species and ocean habitats. This requires a long-term view and collaboration across the supply chain. With more than 95% of our raw material already externally certified, we are increasing our focus on fish species that make up the remainder of our portfolio, including Namibian Hake. We have supported the Namibia hake trawl and longline fishery on its certification journey for a number of years and expect to be one of the first companies to bring products made from MSC certified Namibian Hake to European consumers.” The Namibian Hake fishery, which operates on a much larger scale than many fisheries in the Global South, will add up to 160,000 tonnes of sustainable hake into the supply chain, that is according to Michael Marriott, MSC Program Manager: Africa, Middle East and South Asia. Adding:“The Namibian hake fishery's achievements are a great example of how the MSC programme works in partnership with governments, scientists and the industry to drive change. Around 60% of all seafood is caught in the Global South, where it is a vital source of protein. Interest and engagement in our programme has been growing sharply across emerging economies. We want to work with more fisheries and governments in the region and hope that more will be encouraged by the Namibian hake's success.”

Critical shortage of blood Namibians called upon to become donors Continued from page 1 NamBTS. “Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen a sub-stantial drop in donations, educational institutions play a critical role in ensur-ing that we have healthy blood supply levels, and since March this year col-lecting donations from the educational sector has not been possible”, said Zita Tobin. If you are well and able to spare thirty minutes of your time, regular and new blood donors between the ages of 16-65-years-old can donate at any of the fixed site centres in Windhoek, Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, Ondangwa, or Oshakati. NAMBTS has also scheduled numerous blood donation clinics in various towns throughout the festive season in a bid to avail the opportunity for Nami-bians countrywide to donate blood and help save lives. A reminder that the Corona Virus (COVID-19) cannot be transmitted through a blood transfusion as respiratory viruses are generally not known to be transmitted by donation or transfusion. We have taken the advice of the Ministry of Health and Social Services (MoHSS) as well as the World Health Organis-ation (WHO) in adjusting the nature of our operations to meet their recom-mendations, thus making it safe to donate blood during this period”. See Namib Times Facebook for the collection points, dates and times if you want to become a blood donor.

Above: Namibia’s hake fishing industry employs approximately 10 000 people. Hake is harvested by fishing trawlers and hake long lining vessels. Hake is value added locally in a number of high value export products

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World Prematurity 1 in 10 babies born worldwide Day observed.... every day are premature Eileen van der Schyff

World Prematurity Day was observed on Tuesday (17 November 2020) to raise awareness of the impact premature births have on families and support systems worldwide. Namib Times attended a World Prematurity event at Mediclinic Swakopmund on Tuesday. Healthcare Practitioner, specializing as Pediatrician and head of the Neonatal Unit, Dr Sebastian Gericke touched on the importance of this day, not only to raise awareness, but also to celebrate these special babies and their families. Pediatrician, Dr Silvia Ingeborg Mohrcken who has been with the hospital's Neonatal Unit for 23 years, shared some heartwarming stories of families she has helped over the years. Also, the blessings premature babies bring to families. Dr Gericke made use of the opportunity to announce that the Neonatal Unit at Mediclinic Swakopmund will very soon have a Breastmilk Donor Bank. Dr Gericke explained the extreme importance of breastmilk for the survival of premature babies. In many instances the mothers of premature babies cannot yet produce milk from the outset. Breastmilk then needs to be sourced and this is where the Breastmilk Donor Bank will play a pivotal role. Dr Gericke also called upon medical aid schemes to understand and recognise the importance of breastmilk. Currently, medical aid schemes don't cover the expense for breastmilk for premature babies and the parents bear the expense thereof. Namib Times also spoke to Latoya Carolissen, the mother of a baby girl currently admitted to the Neonatal Unit of Mediclinic Swakopmund. Latoya's baby was born on 23 weeks. Carolissen expressed her gratitude towards the dedication and care of the specialists and nursing personnel who stood by her side since the birth of her baby. “Dr Gericke prayed with me when I arrived at hospital. That is when I knew I was at the right place�, said an emotional Latoya. Her family's biggest wish is to take their little bundle of joy home for Christmas.

Latoya Carolissen with her baby girl that was born on 23 weeks. Her wish is to have her little bundle of joy home for Chirstmas.

Premature babies (also known as pre-term babies) is defined as babies born before 37 weeks of pregnancy are completed. There are sub-categories of pre-term births, based on gestational age: extremely pre-term (less than 28 weeks), and very pre-term (28 to 32 weeks). A whopping 1 in 10 babies worldwide are born premature.


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AR lays criminal charges against municipality for “missing millions” Some opposition leaders caution: “this could be a political trap for AR” The Affirmative Repositioning Movement (AR) laid criminal charges against three employees of the Municipality of Walvis Bay, including the Chief Executive Officer Muronga Haingura, for the alleged disappearance of N$24 million from a municipal housing development scheme. The municipality of Walvis Bay on several occasions in recent weeks denied the funds are missing and attributed the “missing money” to system errors at several commercial banks. The CEO Mr Muronga late on Wednesday said the matter must now take its legal course. The AR, accompanied by the Regional Councillor for the Walvis Bay Urban Constituency Cllr Knowledge Ipinge, opened the case on Wednesday at the Kuisebmond police station at Walvis Bay. The AR and Ipinge demand the Police investigate the matters, as the municipality's explanation that the money is not missing, but merely administratively unaccounted for through system errors at various commercial banks, is not acceptable. In the charge Muronga Haingura is cited, as well as the General Manager for Community and Economic Development, Agostino Victor, and senior manager of properties at the municipality, Jack Manale. Allegations are a total of N$24 million was siphoned from monies Government paid over to the municipality of Walvis Bay to carry out a housing development. But there is a turn side to this coin. In the aftermath of the events on Wednesday when the charges were laid, other opposition party leaders remained skeptical over the issue of the “missing millions”. Some opposition party leaders don't believe the funds are missing, but in fact unaccounted for due to the municipality of Walvis Bay's ongoing mismanagement of its internal systems - including the financial system. One opposition party leader cautioned the municipality of Walvis Bay is deliberate on the matter. Officials in the municipality aligned to the ruling Swapo Party knows the money is not missing but would rectify the matter at the eleventh hour before the elections next weekend. In doing so, it would create a platform for point scoring for Swapo and at the same time leave opposition politicians with egg on the face. Pictured below: Cllr Knowledge Ipinge (left) and Mr. Muronga Haingura.

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NEO Paints Giving Back To Namibia Eileen van der Schyff

NEO Paints has been creating a Namibian legacy spanning more than 66 years. Today, after the big socio-economic impact from COVID 19, NEO Paints is once more there to give back to Namibia and its people. In a competition run by NEO Paints Namibia earlier this year, the DRC School at Mondesa, Swakopmund was one of the five lucky projects to receive 200 liters of free paint. The competition closed on 31 July 2020. The managing Director of NEO Paints Namibia, at a paint hand-over to the DRC School Project and Community Centre at Mondesa, Swakopmund, was greeted with a traditional song and dance from a group of the school on Friday,13 November 2020. Mr Victor Boshoff, Managing Director of Neo Paints Namibia, after a traditional song and dance from the mixed group of the school, handed over the paint to the Supervisor and teacher of the DRC School Project, Mrs Bernice Eixes. The group of performers, consists mainly of older children who could not find place in other schools. These children form a mixed group at the school where they receive education until they will be placed in other schools. The school has three classes, a pre-primary, primary and a mixed group class. At the handover, Mr Boshoff from Neo Paints explained that Neo Paints is made in Namibia by Namibians. Mr Boshoff highlighted the importance for children to go to school, stay in school and work hard in order to go to college or university to learn a trade to make their own Namibian Products. By sponsoring the paints, Neo Paints wants to ensure learners enjoy going to school and hope the improved classrooms will make going to school a pleasant experience for the learners. Mr Boshoff invited the school to send him photos of the finished project and wishes to visit the school again in the near future.

Victor Boshoff, Managing Director of Neo Paint Namibia handing over the paint to the Supervisor and teacher of the DRC School Project, Mrs Bernice Eixes

Teachers and learners of the DRC School Project & Community Centre in Mondesa with Mr. Boshoff, Managing Director of Neo Paints Namibia


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Lockdown through the eyes of our children and teenagers Let's just reflect for a moment on how and what has happened to children at school during this lockdown‌ One Friday in March they came home from school as normal. Two days later their normal was shaken by the countrywide Covid-19 State of Emergency, and the subsequent closure of all public schools. Closure was “until

further notice�. That became six months of uncertainty, six months of not seeing their friends, six months of fear and anxiety. Children realised the dangers associated with Covid-19 and were worried about their parents leaving home for work. Leaving for

work and being exposed to contracting a deadly virus and possibly dying. It was especially the children of frontline workers like health workers and other critical staff functions whose children had the biggest fears. At home, children were

further exposed to the dreads of the pandemic, as Covid-19 for months dominated news channels around the world. In September schools reopened, and face-toface learning commenced. Despite, young people and children (much like us adults)

are still uncertain, unsure and in doubt of their safety and expectations. For many there are mixed reactions. They are happy that everything returns to normal, but the dangers still remain. The children have a need for answers and for constant reassurances. They need to understand what changed this world, how it changed and what can be expected from the future. For those who are in the senior year of school (grade 7's at primary school, and grades 11 and 12 at high schools) another dimension of

uncertainty has transpired. They could not celebrate these milestones in their lives in the ways pre-Covid. Matric farewells were dotted with strict Covid-19 measures like the wearing of masks, social distancing and limits on the number of people that could attend. These are the kids who did not get the time to be prefects as schools were closed, kids who did not get their farewell celebrations, who did not get their school tour for seniors, their special school uniform and matric jackets. To us as grown-ups these things may seem

trivial, but to a young person who has been imagining and building a mental picture for years, the reality of 2020 (not being granted the opportunity to do it) does not match what they expected. They are left with feelings of disappointment, unfairness, anger, denial, depression which lead to a loss of control and helplessness and hopelessness. By Gail Taukuheke (District social worker at the Ministry of Health and Social Services, Walvis Bay)

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Albertina Epahras and her four children in their new home

First 20 houses at TwaloRudi Bowe loka handed over Twenty residents of the Twaloloka informal settlement, in which 153 homes were destroyed by a fire earlier this year, took ownership of brand-new brick houses. The houses were constructed by the Shack Dwellers Federation in collaboration with Standard Bank Namibia on land was availed and serviced by the Walvis Bay Municipality. Namibian President, Dr Hage Geingob said at the handing over ceremony that housing is a necessity and is one of two key priorities that government is focused on delivering decent housing to all Namibians and that one of the biggest problems in our country is that our people are still living in shacks. Geingob said, “this is why we declared war against informal settlements and the construction of this new houses is another battle won in the fight against homelessness in Namibia.” The president called on the private sector to join the fight and invest in the future of Namibia as we can no longer sit by and see the suffering brought on by people living in shacks year in and year out. We have to take hands and pull in the same direction to achieve a better life for all Namibians. “I urged those still living in the tents to be patient” Geingob said. A member of the Shack Dwellers Federation Naftali Utoni said that the Walvis Bay municipality allocated 20 plots to the federation in October 2020, and construction of the houses commenced on 15 October. Utoni said, “the success of constructing the houses in just two weeks was made possible by the fact that the builders are members of the Shack Dwellers Federation, and understand the process and the needs of the people and the requirement of building at an affordable rate.” The first beneficiary Albertina Epahras, a mother of four could not hide her joy as she received the keys to her house. Epahras said “I've been waiting for a very long time; we are extremely happy. I've been living in a shack since 2006. We are not suffering or crying anymore as me and my family now have a home to call their own.” Epahras who joined the federation in 2011, said she knows joining the federation will pay off as the federation helps the people to one day own their own homes.

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How can parents, guardians, teachers, and concerned adults assist children through this final year exams? As parents, teachers and concern adults, we need to create safe pockets for our children and young people to express their feelings of loss, fear, hopelessness and anxiety and hopelessness, as final exams lie before them. Here are some DO's and DONT'S to focus on during this stressful time of exams… DO crate a Listening and calming environment to have a conversation with your child regarding their feelings. This may be uncomfortable, but try to have it in a relax environment (in a park or at the beach/lagoon) where there are no distractions. DO recognize that final year exams are stressful, and during this time it is necessary to get enough sleep, drink enough water and to eat a balanced diet. Try and assist your child to balance study and relaxation, focused times and time for fun. DO ensure them, that whatever happened during this year (especially in school) was not their fault, since none of us had control over the time loss. Let them know that “they WILL be ok”, and all they need to do is just to try their best in their final exams. DO be honest with them, and tell them that failing in school, does not mean you have failed in life. In fact failing at something only creates an opportunity for you to learn a life lesson and to try again. That falling down in life is inevitable, but getting back up and out attitude to facing failure is more important than staying down. DO reinforce their value as people. They need to hear from us that they (the essence of who they are. “They" as a person)) are far more important than their report card, and that they poses more worth and value than the A's & B's on paper. DON'T compare your child/ children to each other or others. Each child is unique with his/ her own strengths and weaknesses. Rather help them identify their strengths and to build on it. Help them to set realistic goals around their strengths. DON'T burden them with too much responsibility too soon. They are the ones who need our guidance and care and it is not their responsibility to care for us as parents. Don't allow them to suffer in silence, let them know they can come to you for help (or to any other trusted adult) and how you will respect them for seeking assistance. Tell them that now and again we ALL NEED HELP with different things, at different time in our lives. The year 2020 has given us an opportunity to teach our children life lessons of resilience and bouncing back. It has given us time to examine what is truly important to us, our health, our relationships, and our emotional and mental wellbeing. By Gail Taukuheke (District social worker at the Ministry of Health and Social Services, Walvis Bay)




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NOTICES ESTATE NOTICE Estate No: E1960/2020 In the estate of the late Ursula Irma Luise Papenheim Id No 360216 1003 2, who died on 8 July 2015, resided at 4 Topaas Street, Vineta, Swakopmund, Namibia and who was married out of community of property. Creditors and debtors of the above estate are called upon to lodge their claims or pay their debts to the estate at the undermentioned address within a period of 30 days from date of publication of this notice. H E AHRENS Agent of the Executor c/o KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Haus Altona 2 - 6 Tobias Hainyeko Street P O Box 1455 Swakopmund (Ref: HEA/AV-EST 211/0001-50) ESTATE NOTICE Estate No: E1505/2020 In the estate of the late Ernst Stutzer, Id No 511113 0015 1, who died on 2 September 2020, resided at Unit 16, Schapers Eck, Libertina Amathila Avenue, Swakopmund, Namibia and who was widowed. Creditors and debtors of the above estate are called upon to lodge their claims or pay their debts to the estate at the undermentioned address within a period of 30 days from date of publication of this notice. H E AHRENS Agent of the Executrix c/o KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Haus Altona 2 - 6 Tobias Hainyeko Street P O Box 1455 Swakopmund (Ref: HEA/AV-EST 220/0001-50)

NOTICE OF REGISTRATION AS A WELFARE ORGANISATION The Namibia Spay and Neuter Project t/a Have-aHeart Spay & Neuter Project applied for registration as a welfare organization in terms of Section 19 of the National Welfare Act, 1965 (Act 79 of 1965), as amended. The objects of the organization read as follows: We offer free spay and neuter services for dogs and cats of low- and no-income families across Namibia in municipal townships and informal settlements. Our goal is to reduce the number of stray animals thus eliminating the need for masseuthanasia, whilst improving the health and welfare status of township dogs and cats. Every dog and cat sterilised by Have-a-Heart also receives a vaccination and internal and external parasite control treatment, bringing direct health benefits to dogs and cats themselves as well as the human communities and local wildlife populations. Have-a-Heart Namibia is a non-profit organisation, meaning we are totally reliant on donations to carry out our work. Any person or persons desiring to raise objections against the registration of the organization must submit such representations to the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health and Social Services, Private Bag 13198, Windhoek within twenty-one days as from date of this advertisement. The Chairperson: Sheelagh Bagat-Smith P. O Box 480, Swakopmund


CONSENT USE APPLICATION NOTICE in terms of the WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: ACCOMMODATION ESTABLISHMENT (GUEST HOUSE) ERVEN NO.:74 & 75 (Proposed to be consolidated) TOWNSHIP: WALVIS BAY STREET: 17 & 19 BRAMWELL STREET AND 16 & 18 SECOND ROAD. In terms of the Walvis Bay Town Planning Scheme, notice is hereby given that the undersigned have applied to the Municipality of Walvis Bay for permission to erect/establish an Accommodation Establishment (Guest House) on Erven 74 and 75 Walvis Bay. The sites comprise of existing houses, which will be demolished to enable the construction of a 9-room up-market Guest House on the sites in accordance with the latest architectural design criteria. Plans or particulars of this application lie for inspection at the Town Planning Section (Rooms 101 & 105), First Floor, Civic Centre, Municipality of Walvis Bay, Nangolo Mbumba Drive. 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), Municipality of Walvis Bay, Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay, in writing, not later than 14 December 2020. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT: LSS Properties 2 C/O Provision Planning & Design CC P O Box 4161, Walvis Bay Cell: 081 162 9640 E-mail: callievh@iway.na


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Please take note that Reliability Maintenance Services herewith intends to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for the following: Special consent for an Administrative Office on Erf 2644, (11 Opaal Street) North Vineta. Any person having any objection against such application should lodge their objection/s in writing within 14 days of the last publication to both the Chief Executive Officer of the Swakopmund Municipality and the applicant during normal business hours. Closing date for objections or comments is 4 December 2020. Contact Person: Ms J Grunschloss, Tel: 081 609 8007, Email: jana@myriadnam.com or Mr J. Heita (Manager: Town Planning), Tel: +264 (64) 4104403 / 081 150 0269.

NOTICE CONSENT USES, ERECTION OF BUILDINGS AND USE OF LAND IN TERMS OF TOWN PLANNING SCHEME REGULATIONS Notice is hereby given in terms of clause 6 of the Swakopmund Town Planning Scheme Regulations that the Municipal Council considers the following consent uses, erection of buildings and use of land, details of which are obtainable from the General Manager: Engineering Services. Lemur Investments Number Nineteen (Pty) Ltd) herewith intends to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for special consent to operate an Administrative Office on the premises of Erf 5857, (Einstein Street), Swakopmund Ext.10. Any person having any objection against such application should lodge such objection/s in writing and within 14 days of the last publication to the Swakopmund Municipality and the applicant, during normal business hours. Closing Date for Objections or comments is: 14 December 2020. CONTACT PERSON: Mr Winston Greyling, Cell: 081 146 2277/081 717 1888, Email:rentalspace@sstholdingsnam.com Mr J. Heita, (Manager Town planning Tel: (064) 410 4403

NOTICE OF THE CONSENT APPLICATION IN TERMS OF THE WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Accommodation establishment Self-Catering NO ERF / ERVEN NO: 417 (unit 32) Township: Langstrand STREET NAME & NO: 1 Oranje st (Praia Longa 32) In terms of the Walvis Bay Town Planning Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, the undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish on the site a/an*: Self Catering Unit Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Room 101 & 105, Civic Centre. Any person having any objection to the approval of this application, must lodge such objection, together with grounds thereof, with the General Manager: Road and Building Control, (Town Planning), Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay and the applicant, in writing, not later than: 4 December 2020 NAME OF APPLICANT: G. Rochel POSTAL ADDRESS: PO Box. 4247, Vineta E-MAIL ADDRESS: trudierochel@gmail.com

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Traditional Dr Herbalist Dr Lovemore Ben Banda (The old man) From Malawi is in Walvis Bay with 30 years vast experience in various problems & diseases such as bringing back lost lover, to get a new job, to win court cases, to clean out bad luck from your body, to pass exams, to pass driving, to protect your body from withcraft, to boost small business to be big business, to be liked with people, to win cntractors, to win a woman or man of your choice, to stop smoking and drinking, alcohol and drugs, divorce, stop your lover to be stingy with money, to make you sleep nicely in your house, to stop bad dreams, a man to be strong in bed during sex, a woman to have feelings for a man, headaches, swelling of your body, madness, epilepsy, joints pain, pregnancy problems, if you need a new baby, period pains, to recover stolen property, BP, ulcers, diabetes, asthma, and many more… Come and experience wonderful miracles happening in your life, you will never regret. Contact: 081 643 1482 sms or call find the Old man in Kuiseb, Mass Houses, at NHE 6751, Johannes Nakuafila Street. MOTHER ZELIDAH LOVE LOCK PROBLEM'S *Bring back your lost lover 2 day's *Make your lover's heart be locked and love you more & more *Get quick marriage in 10 days *Attract men and women *Quick and fast divorce Call/watsp +27635632902 FINANCIAL SITUATION Get more promotion at work @Business with Customers to be Boost @Quick Money on your Account @Magic wallet @Start your own business and let people call you Boss Money SADAWANA OIL TO BOOST YOUR LIFE Don't loose hope because you have been disappointed by so called traditional doctors . Things are real but you don't know whom you can trust because every one telling you the same stories. MOTHER ZELIDAH IS HERE TO WIPE YOUR TEARS, call or whatsapp +27635632902 GET your life back and be happy again




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PROPERTIES TO RENT TO RENT: Tamariskia Small flat, alarm, hot and cold water and electricity included with private entrance from street. No parking or garage available. Preferably a single person. N$ 3 500.00 p/m + deposit (NEG) Contact: 081 335 7284 TO RENT: Tamariskia, Swakopmund Backyard flat 2 bedrooms, dining, lounge, braai area, private space, shared garage. N$ 4 200.00 p/m + N$ 4 200.00 deposit (payable over 2 months) Contact: 081 305 1332 Mondesa Backyard flat with shower and bathroom, water and electricity included. N$ 2 500.00 p/m Contact: 081 286 1527 NHE 2 bedroom house with open plan kitchen, toilet + shower, water included and electricity pre-paid. N$ 4 000.00 p/m Contact: 081 325 2789 Mondesa Bachelor unit with own yard and parking space, rates and water inclusive, pre-paid electricity. N$ 2 500.00 p/m + N$ 2 500.00 deposit (payable over 2-3 months) Contact: 081 305 1332


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TO RENT: 1.Walvis Bay Town, Two bedroom flat to rent. Open plan kitchen with indoor BBQ, One garage, not pet friendly, N$ 5 800.00 water and electricity included. 2.Walvis Bay Town One bedroom flat to rent. Open plan kitchen, No garage, not pet friendly, N$ 4 000 water and electricity included. Message 081 277 9268 view viewing


TO RENT: Meersig 3 bedroom house 2 bathrooms Lounge, dining room N$ 7500.00 p/m Contact: 081 127 1997

To rent in Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay, Kabeljou Suburb One Bedroom flat, sitting room, kitchenette, shower and toilet. Water and electricity included N$ 3,800.00 per month Immediately available – life time rental opportunity!!! Contact details: 081 206 1914 / 081 124 8112

TO LET: Secure bachelors apart-ment in town center, on 2nd floor with kitchenette, bathroom and north facing balcony. N$3 500. (excl. water & prepaid) Available immediately Boardroom with BIC, approx. 25m², on ground floor in town center. Shar-ed ablution facilities & kitchenette. N$2 000 (excl. prepaid) Available immediately Ludwig Schröder Estate Agents 064 402 349 info@schroederestate.com.na

FLAT TO RENT One bedroom flat to rent in Hermes, Walvis Bay with built in oven, stove and cupboards, fan, alarm, DSTV connection, very neat and cozy. Water & Electricity included N$ 4,500.00 per month Available: 01 December 2020 Contact: Constance @ 0811248112

TE HUUR: Woonstel te huur in Huis Palms Walvisbaai fase 2 Nuwe uitbreiding 2 slaapkamer, 2 badkamer, oopplan sitkamer / kombuis, aparte opwas enkel garage, en binnehof. Koopkrag. Moet ouer as 55 jaar wees. Beskikbaar vanaf middel Desember 2020. N$ 6 000.00 p/m Plus deposito Skakel Zelda: 081 262 8690 indien belangstel.

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TO RENT: Two bedroom flat with garage and build in cupboard to Rent in Narraville water included N$ 4800.00 p/m Bachelor flat build in cupboard to rent in Narraville N$ 3100.00 water and electricity included, Room to rent at Kuisebmond for N$ 2000.00 including water and electricity available now For View contact: 081 263 1747 / 081 7406148

TO RENT: Fairways 4 bedroom house, open plan kitchen, double garage Bic, own yard N$ 8 500.00 p/m Prepaid electricity. Deposit N$ 8 500.00 negotiable Contact: 081 293 0251 TO RENT: Tamariskia One Bedroom back yard flat with Build-in cupboards, kitchen, Lounge room, Alarm, garage, water included & Pre-paid electricity. Available from:1 December. Rent N$ 4000.00 p/m + Deposit N$ 1000.00 payable in two months, Call: 081 292 6886


TO RENT: 3 Bedroom house with BIC and single garage available immediately. Prepaid electricity, excluding water. N$ 6 600.00 p/m + deposit payable in two months. Contact: 081 668 7388

TO RENT: Fairways From 1 December Regret no pets or children near WBPS no smokers 1 bedroom bathroom BIC, Open plan lounge + kitchen Built in stove Automated garage Private entrance Prepaid electricity Water incl. N$ 5 000.00 p/m Plus deposit Contact: 081 202 3390

TO RENT: Immediately. Workshop in Walvis Bay, 10th street, No.273, Erven 2349. 370m² including Office space and store room. 380V power. Security system. Yard interlocked. Volker Dieckhoff lapaloma@iway.na Tel. 062 518152; 081 247 9648. TO RENT: Kuisebmond, Kabeljou area, Walvis Bay Available immediately, 2 x 1 bedroom backyard flat with open plan kitchenette / lounge, BIC in bedroom and kitchen, Flat 1: N$ 3 000.00 p/m no garage, deposit N$ 3 000.00 Flat 2: N$ 3 500.00 p/m with garage, deposit N$ 3 500.00, flat with garage will be available from 1.12.2020 water included Prepaid electricity property secured with boundary wall and alarm system, water inclusive, electricity pre-paid. Contact: 081 285 0579 / 081 397 8061 TO LET: Walvis Bay Newly renovated 3bedr house with bic; additional smaller room, full bathroom, big lounge, indoor braai & bar, big fitted kitchen, study area, big yard. Double garage. N$8300 pm excl W&E Available 1 Dec Contact : Liezel 081 247 5040 TO RENT: New ext 12 newly build 2x bedroom flat Open plan kitchen Fire place Garage Prepaid electricity. Water excl. Contact: 081 206 6256


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PROPERTIES TO RENT H A N N A H ’ S C O T T A G E S WALVISBAAI Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, big kitchen + cupboards, lounge, 2 garages, plenty cupboards. Big front closed courtyard with garden. Free garden service for two months. Plenty air cons. Blinds, free G4S. Water up to 300 Prepaid electricity. N$ 7 100.00 p/m Deposit negotiable Quiet complex strict selection. Available 1 August 2020 Contact Frank / Hannah 081 124 2151 TO RENT: Walvis Bay Docks Stern 4 Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, open plan kitchen, lounge, dining rooms 2 courtyards Tandem garage Blinds Water incl. Prepaid electricity. Safe complex Available 1 Dec 20 N$ 7 800.00 p/m Deposit negotiable Contact Hannah: 081 124 2151 TO RENT: WVB Hannah’s Cottages Sam Nujoma 214 modern 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, kitchen, lounge, dining room Big courtyard at the back. Garage Dishwasher, blinds, G4S and water included. Pre paid electricity. Quiet safe complex N$ 6 100.00 p/m Deposit payable over 2 months. Available 1 Feb 2021 Contact Frank / Hannah 081 124 2151 TO RENT: Swakopmund New industrial area Warehouse with office 135 m² New building with alarm system Very neat Tel: 064 463 224 TO RENT: Kabeljou area 2x bedroom flat Open plan kitchen Prepaid electricity. Water included. N$ 3 800.00 p/m Deposit negotiable Contact: 081 206 6256 TO RENT: 3 Bedroom house with BIC and single garage available immediately. Prepaid electricity, excluding water. N$ 6 600.00 p/m + deposit payable in two months. Contact: 081 668 7388




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JOB WANTED: 24-Yearold honest, reliable and friendly male urgently looking for any job opportunity in Swakopmund or Walvis Bay. 5 years Operational, Admin/Planning, Organizing & Customer Service Experience. Full CV on r e q u e s t , Av a i l a b l e Immediately. Please contact me at 081 654 7633

To Rent: Fairways Available 01/01/2021 Open plan one bedroom flat with BIC, gas stove and Garage Water included, Electricity & gas excluded N$ 5,000.00 p/m & Deposit N$ 5,000.00 Contact 081 556 7638

To let Walvis Bay Available Immediately 2 x Two bedroom flats with BIC, situated at Ultra Properties Building, 199 Nangola Mbumba drive, centre of town Spacious living room, Kitchen with BIC and Build in Stove, Bathroom and a single Garage. Water excluded & Pre Paid Electricity installed. Very safe and secure. Rent Varies and starts from N$ 5500.00 + Deposit Contact: Sonja at 064207997 / 0811278966 Email: sonja@ultratravel.net

TO RENT: Tamariskia, Swakopmund Three bedroom house with garage for N$ 6 000.00 N$ 6 500.00 (Subject to the size of the family), Twobedroom flat with garage for N$ 5 500.00 and flat without garage N$ 5000.00 Prepaid electricity. All available now with options. Contact: 081 289 8668 or 081 435 1012 0r Kopangthekwane@gmail.co m ZU VEMIETEN Freistehendes, Neu Renoviert, Sehr Zentral Gelegenes Haus: 3 Schlafzimmer 2 Badezimmer Büro 2 Garagen Etabuerter Schöner Garten N$ 12 000.00 wasser + Licht extra Cell: 081 227 2856

TE HUUR: Swakopmund * 1 motorhuis 4.80 x 6.10 meter. Deur 2.45 x 2.60 meter. N$ 2000.00 p/m * 1 dubbelmotorhuis 6.00 x 8.20 meter. Deur 2.20 x 2.50 meter. N$ 4000.00 p/m Kontak: 081 240 6171 TE HUUR: Narraville 1 slaapkamer woonstel oopplan kombuis met stoof + ingeboude kaste N$ 3 000.00 p/m Deposit N$ 1 500.00 Garage N$ 300 p/m Onmidellik beskikbaar Nr 13, Aalwyn str Kontak: 081 578 2854


TO RENT: Narraville Koraal Str Bachelor with bic and stove N$ 3 300.00 p/m N$ 1 500.00 deposit W/E incl. Available immediately Contact: 081 578 2854 TO RENT: Kuisebmond, NHE houses, near Katutura car wash One bedroom flat Open plan kitchen, bic Toilet and shower Water incl. Pre paid electricity N$ 2 800.00 p/m Deposit N$ 2 000.00 Contact: 081 312 7298

FLAT FOR SALE HUIS PALMS OLD AGE HOME PHASE 2 - Walvis Bay 2 bedroom with bic, 2 bathrooms, open plan lounge/kitchen with bic and seperate scullery Own courtyard and single garage N$ 1 350 000.00 Prepaid electricity Very neat space for retirement Contact Zelda: 081 262 8690


VACANCIES CONTAINERS TO BUY / RENT and storage yard in Swakopmund with 24/7 access. Office or ablution alterations. Cowboys. 064 418 150 or 081 146 4770


VACANCY AVAILABLE IN SWAKOPMUND Post designation: Driver for construction company Closing date: 30/11/2020 Employment date: ASAP MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED Valid code C1 Namibian driver's license Valid Namibian PDP license Mechanical qualifications will be an advantage MINIMUM EXPERIENCE 5 years driving experience Driving experience in construction industry an advantage Mechanical experience will be an advantage ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS Please supply references with contact details PLEASE do not submit your CV if you do not fully qualify for all the above requirements. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Submit CV to hannelie@hefergroup.com on or before closing date. VACANCY: we currently have a vacancy for an Electrical Maintenance Assistant in our Main Branch Walvis Bay Requirements: Grade 12 certificate Level 2 electrician certificate from a recognised institution 2 - 3 years experience LV and MV voltage Sound knowledge of troubleshoot in 3 phase motors and industrial washing machines Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted, detailed CV can be forwarded to HR Officer at: nangoyeamutenya@ gmail.com Closing date: 20/11/2020

ACCOMMODATION ZzZ Guesthouse Windhoek West: Providing an ideal mix of Value, Comfort and Convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers with en-suite bathrooms, Dstv, aircon, Wifi Connection, Swimming Pool and BBQ areas. Bookings: 081 4777 414

LOOKING FOR A CAREGIVER? Satisfaction Guaranteed! Let me take care of your loved one. I come with years of knowledge and experience in the field. Swakopmund, Longbeach & Walvis Bay Contact me, Elfrida Smit at 081 379 7633 LATOLVIA: Ek is opsoek na huiswerk, werk loos as gevolg van Covid 19. Was, stryk, skoon maak. Is hardwerkend en betroubaar. Verwysings: 081 128 4594 Kontak: 081 839 3607 JOB WANTED: Am a 53 year old hardworking lady looking for work as assistant chef or domestic work. I can start immediately. Contact: 081 571 8822 / 081 643 3884 JOB WANTED: I am a lady looking for d o m e s t i c w o r k , o ff i c e cleaning, babysitting or looking after the elderly people. I have 8 years experience and can start as soon as possible. Contact: 081 558 4044 JOB WANTED: I am a 39 year old hardworking and with good communication skills lady looking for domestic work, I can take care of babies from infants to toddlers. Contact: 081 255 8407 I am looking drivers work, I have drivers license, code C1 and GP. Contact: 081 157 8316 WERK GESOEK: Ek is opsoek na permanente huiswerk in Swakopmund vir 3 dae of ‘n week, vakansie of kinders oppas, ek rook of drink nie. 081 558 6695 / 081 390 5233

JOB WANTED: I am a young lady looking for babysitting work in Swakopmund, I am ready to start anytime, I am very hardworking and trustworthy and I love kids. Contact: 081 485 1758 JOB WANTED: I am looking for domestic work in Swakopmund or Long Beach for 3 days or the whole week, ready to start as soon as possible. Contact: 081 337 4009 JOB WANTED: I am looking for house keeping, for 3 or 2 days per week in Long Beach or Swakopmund or creche work. Contact: 081 766 3015 WERK GESOEK: Twee dames is opsoek na huiswerk of chef werk in Swakopmund, met meer as 10 juaar ondervinding en kan enige tyd begin. 081 634 1192 / 081 327 1075 JOB WANTED: I am a 27 year old woman looking for any daycare and pre-primary work. I have matric and a certificate in early childhood development. I can start immediately. Contact: 081 710 9656 / 081 837 4071 WERK GESOEK: Johanna is opsoek na huiswerk vir 2 dae in ‘n week (Dinsdae en Donderdae) in Swakopmund, Langstrand of Dolfyn park, ek kan was, stryk en huis skoonmaak.081 558 5875 WERK GESOEK: Twee dames is dringend opsoek na huiswerk vir 5 dae per week in Myle 4, Ocean View, Kramersdorf en Vineta. Kontak: 081714 1992 / 081 558 9754 JOB WANTED: I am a young lady looking for domestic work anywhere in Swakopmund and Long Beach, I have more than 3-4 years experience. I can work Monday to Friday and can start anytime. Contact: 081 357 1454 I am a young lady looking for domestic work from Monday to Friday in Swakopmund. Angela: 081 649 8882 JOB WANTED: I am a 30 year old lady looking for domestic work or restaurant and hotels. I have a certificate in hospitality. Contact: 081 398 0666

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WB Hardware Coastal Open 2020 A total of fifty-two squash players from across Namibia participated at the annual Woermann Brock Hardware Coastal Open at the SFC Squash Courts in Swakopmund over the weekend of 13, 14 & 15 November 2020. The tournament hosted by the SFC Squash Club saw a total of 224 matches played over the three days with Max Endjala and Judith Savage be crowned the men's and ladies 2 0 2 0 Wo e r m a n n Brock Hardware Coastal Open champions. The Men's A-division final Max Endjala beat Devon Savage 3 – 1 with Judith Savage beat Charne Fourie 3-0 in an exciting ladies division final. A special word of thanks is extended to Danie Jansen from WB Hardware for his commitment and passion for squash and in being a catalyst for transforming Namibian squash. Arno Kok, Chairman of the SFC Squash Club, expressed his gratitude towards all players, sponsors and committee members for their continued support and input, amidst the recession and pandemic. The full Tournament

Results are: Men's A-Division Champion: Max Endjala 1st Runner-Up: Devon Savage 2nd Runner-Up : Danie Greeff 3rd Runner-Up: Brandon Grane Plate: Gerhard Lottering Ladies Division Champion: Judith Savage 1st Runner-Up: Charne Fourie 2nd Runner-Up: Chelsea de Gouveia 3rd Runner-Up: Adri

Lambert Plate: Anne-Maria Venter Men's B-Division Winner : Dries Tredoux 1st Runner-Up: Donald Forrest 2nd Runner-Up: Torben Winterbach 3rd Runner-Up: Ricardo Von Stein Juniors Winner: Jonathan Abbot 1st Runner-Up: Ole Steinsträter 2nd Runner-Up: Christo Smit 3rd Runner-Up: Kai Düvel


VACANCIES NAMIBIAN MARITIME AND FISHERIES INSTITUTE The Namibian Maritime & Fisheries Institute (NAMFI) is seeking to recruit skilled and experienced Junior Marine Lecturers in the Engineering Department. VACANCIES:


Key Performance Areas

· Prepare and present lectures to students and attend to some administrative tasks in the department and the institute related to his/her position.

· Develop student guides, student training portfolios, training files and instructor guides in line with NAMFI guidelines.

· Prepare academic documents like class tests, examinations banks, brochures, student notes as NAMFI intellectual property Qualifications and experience required: · Engineering Officer Class 4/3 STCW '95 Level, with minimum of 3 years seagoing experience/Relevant Diploma or Degree. · A relevant trade Certificate/Diploma in the subject areas below or equivalent. · Minimum of 3 years' experience in a marine industry, offshore mining, ports or ship repairs environment. · Demonstrate effective verbal and written communication skills in English. · Computer Literacy · Teaching or instructing experience The successful candidate will be expected to teach any of the following subjects: · Marine Heat Engines · Marine Boilers · Coded Welding · Marine Welding · Marine Electricity

· Marine Engineering · Thermodynamics · Marine Rigging

Remuneration NAMFI offers a competitive remuneration package which includes a housing allowance, medical aid, transport allowance and provident fund. Interested Namibians should forward the following: · Application letter · A detailed curriculum vita · Certified copies of qualifications and other relevant documentation To: Human Resources Namibian Maritime and Fisheries Institute P O Box 3228, Walvis Bay OR Deliver it to: NAMFI, 1st street East, No. 29, Old Naval Base, Walvis Bay (No faxed or emailed applications will be considered) Enquiries: Mr. D. Hamupembe at (064) 270900 Closing date is Monday, 30 November 2020 not later than 17h00. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted and no documents will be returned.


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SFC 2 secures Category B title

(Fltr) Wally Norval (PINNACLE) Pieter Fox (Captain), Jaco Greeff, David Peake and Wynand Moller (SUPERMICRO)

Supermicro Golf Day It was all fun at the fair at the SUPERMICRO and PINNACLE Golf day held last Saturday at the Walvis Bay Golf course. Wy n a n d M o l l e r a n d h i s t e a m f r o m SUPERMICRO and PINNACLE, a global leader in high efficiency server and storage infrastructure, is one of the new sponsors that joined the golf club at the harbour town. For the first time in many a year we had a scramble drive on a Saturday, and it seemed to be the answer as 48 players turned out to enjoy the day. Winners on a count out were Jaco Greeff and David Peake as they beat Jason Barnard and Michael de Barros with Third place also on a count out went to Potch Alchin and Uwe Bachmann on a solid 50 points in the third place after they beat Andre Burger and Rocco Viljoen. The final prize went to Koot Potgieter and Nardo Sardinha on 49 points. Closest to the pin on 7 was won by Pieter Fox and Uwe Bachmann took the closest to the pin on 18. On the photo is Wally Norval [PINNACLE] Jason Barnard, Pieter Fox [ C l u b C a p t a i n ] a n d Wy n a n d M o l l e r [SUPERMICRO]. Many thanks to Wynand and SUPERMICRO for being present at the prize giving to hand out the prizes. We look forward to having you back next year. Also thanks to Captain Pieter for the effort to make the day the success it was. Today Friday 20 Navember the NG KERK are hosting their fund raiser. The field is full and it is a shotgun start at 13h00. Those playing golf will be eligible to win the club members draw.

The Walvis Bay Golf Club secured a new sponsor for their Wednesday competitions for next year. The sponsor is the ARTISAN BAKERY in the form of Uwe Bachmann. Welcome Bachmann family and we look forward to a year of fun and all members must look out for some new innovations on Wednesdays, so be sure to get in a quick nine. There is only one new publication out this week and it is available at all pro-shops throughout the country. There will be an autograph signing on Saturday at 11h00 at the club so be sure to get your copy soonest as they will sell fast and there is only a limited stock How to hit you 90 degree flat wedge 100m (aka putting from 100m) by Jens Paschke. Jens is a budding new author so be assured that there will be further publications from this talented author. Our leg of the National Sages is scheduled for the 11th and 12th December, so all Sages please watch this space. The AIR NAMIBIA RACE TO CAPE TOWN has only one round to go, which will be the TOYOTA day on Saturday 21 November with only the top 4 that will fight it out, so it is game on between the top seven players that are in the run. The programme for the following few weeks at the Walvis Bay Golf Club is as follows 21 November TOYOTA better ball 28 November NAMIB MILLS and RACE TO CAPE TOWN FINALS.

The second team of the Swakopmund Fistball Club (SFC) last Saturday secured Category B's title at the Bank Windhoek Fistball National Cup Championships at the SFC. In group A CFC 1, SFC 2, SFC Social and SKW 2 played against each other. CFC 1 prevailed against their 3 opponents without any problems and qualified for the semi-finals of the A category. They were followed by SKW 2, which took second place in the group by winning against hosts SFC 2 and SFC Social. SFC 2 and SFC Social landed in third place and fourth place, respectively. In Group B SKW 1, SFC 1, CFC 2 and DTS battled it out. The green whites from the capital city claimed 1st place without losing a match. SFC 1 won against the guests from Windhoek CFC 2 and DTS and thus finished second in the group.CFC 2 and DTS took Places 3 and 4, respectively. In the 2 semi-finals of the B category, CFC 2 fought against SFC Social and SFC 2 played against DTS. CFC 2 and SFC 2 dominated their opponents and with ease made it to the final of the B category. In the semi-finals of the A category, CFC 1 and SFC 1 faced each other while the second semi-final was played between the two SKW teams. As expected, CFC 1 and SKW 1 qualified for the final. In the B-category final, the team Swakopmund had the upper hand from the kick-off onwards. In the second half did the Cohen team come close to equalizing, so that it developed into an exciting game. Ultimately, SFC 2 won with a 3-point lead due to consistent attacks and few mistakes, hence deservedly crowned themselves the B-category winner. In the final of the A category, the SKW selection first chose the worse side and played against the wind and the sun. Nevertheless, the green and whites dominated of the start of game. Coupled with mistakes made by the defending champion CFC 1, a 3-point lead was achieved. After that, the yellow and blue got into the game better and at the end of the first half turned the match in their favour with a 3-point lead. In the second half the encounter developed into one of a high-quality and the spectators were blessed withintense rallies. CFC 1 gained a 5-point lead and was able to keep SKW 1 at a distance. At the final whistle, CFC 1 had a 6-point lead and won the National cup for the third time in a row. Two games between the U12 and the U14 of the SFC were played with the U12 team the winner of both games. Clear talent and understanding of the game could be recognized in some youth players and this stirs up hope for Fistball in Namibia. Bernhard Schurz from CFC 1 was named player of the day. The opening tournament will take place on February 13, 2021 in Swakopmund.

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