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“Double Happiness” brings Chinese cigarette smugglers double trouble Three nabbed trying to smuggle cigarettes through customs at Walvis Bay International Airport Piquet Jacobs
Three Chinese nationals were arrested at the Walvis Bay International Airport last Friday after they were caught trying to smuggle undeclared cartons of cigarettes into the country. The trio was spotted throwing the cartons of cigarettes through a toilet window in an attempt to circumnavigate the watchful eyes of customs officials and the police. Li Suifen (50), Wu Jinhai (41) and Zeng Xianggui (54) are from the Southeast Chinese province of Guangdong. They were taken into custody and charged with the breach of security measures at an airport. The eleven cartons of cigarettes represent 2 200 individual cigarettes. The brand ironically: Shuangxi “Double Happiness”. The trio was fined N$3 000 each in the Walvis Bay Magistrate court on Tuesday. Double the trouble from Double Happiness, as cigarettes are not only bad for your health, but can bring you in a whole lot of trouble too.
Three-legged doggie miracle survival after getting lost in desert Erwin Leuschner The power of social media was once again proven over the past Easter weekend when a small dog, which was lost in the dunes close to Langstrand for more than a day, was re-united with its owners shortly after being found. What is so extraordinary is the dog only has three legs, as the right rear leg has been amputated. Report on page 2
Top military man arrested for dealing in rhino horn Erwin Leuschner
One of the three alleged rhino horn dealers arrested in Walvis Bay recently, is a senior officer in the Namibian Defence Force (NDF), based at Grootfontein – he holds the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. This was revealed this week by deputy commissioner Erastus Iikuyu, Nampol regional crime investigations coordinator for the Namibian Police in Erongo. “The recent arrests are a hard blow to the rhino poaching syndicates and the rhino horn trade in Namibia,” said Simson UriKhob, CEO of Save t h e R h i n o Tr u s t (SRT), in response to this major Police success. So far two suspects appeared in the Magistrates Court in Walvis Bay after they were allegedly in possession of two “fresh” rhino horns. Exact details about how the arrests went down are still being kept under wraps. “We do not want to jeopardize the investigation,” said deputy commissioner Erastus Iikuyu. namib times understood from this more arrests might follow. According to Iikuyu it was initially three suspects that were arrested on Sunday (16
April) at about 16:08 at the Walvis Bay Convenience Centre (Engen service station opposite Shoprite in the Walvis Bay central business district.) The two rhino horns, believed to have originated from a recently poached rhino, were wrapped in tinfoil on the back seat of a pickup belonging to the wife of the army officer. It is believed the horns stem from a rhino poached on a farm in the Otjozondjupa Region in the vicinity of Otjiwarongo. It is not yet determined if it was a white or black rhino. “When we closed in on the four suspects, one managed to run away,” Iikuyu continued. Of the three arrested persons, one suspect from Swakopmund was later released due to lack of evidence. The other
two, Lieutenant Colonel Petrus Mutako Damaseb (49) from Grootfontein and Steven Omeb (29) from Okahandja appeared on a charge of being in possession of a pair of rhino horns. They are estimated to be worth about N$600 000. The duo was denied bail and their case was postponed until 18 June 2017 for further investigations. The third suspect, who fled the scene in Walvis Bay, was arrested on Tuesday morning at Otjiwarongo. The suspect, Champion Kapans Haraseb (29) has been charged with rhino poaching. After a first appearance in the Otjiwarongo magistrate’s court, he was transContinues on page 2
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Military man arrested for dealing in rhino horn Continued from Page 1 ferred in custody to Walvis Bay, to appear on a second count of dealing in rhino horn. “This is a very good police success. It shows that Namibians are waking up and taking a stance against rhino poaching,” continued SRT CEO Uri-Khob. He added: “our hard work is finally paying off.” The SRT is not directly involved in the current investigations, but nonetheless “we wish to see future legislation seeing the light which would provide for fines of up to N$25 million and/or 25 years in jail for rhino poachers. Draft legislation in this regard was tabled in the National Assembly recently by the Minister of Environment and Tourism Pohamba Shifeta. The current sanction for rhino poaching is N$200 000 or 20 years of imprisonment. Yesterday, the brother of the suspect Steven Omeb, Lesley Omeb, contacted namib times, alleging the police at Walvis Bay severely beat his brother after his arrest and that he is “unable to walk.” Omeb had to be hospitalised, according to Lesley Omeb. “I have not heard of this yet, but that must be investigated,” Iikuyu said in response to these allegations.
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The power of social media was once again proven over the past Easter Weekend when a small dog, which was lost in the dunes close to Langstrand for more than a day, was reunited with its owners shortly after been found. What is amazing as well is the dog only has three legs as the right rear leg has been amputated.
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The two Rhino horns were wrapped in tin foil and found in the back of a pickup recently in Walvis Bay. So far three suspects have been accused of dealing in rhino horn. The horns were apparently “very fresh” and still had blood stains on them. Photos contributed.
The elderly female Foxterriër went missing on Saturday from its home at Langstrand. “Somehow the small doggie managed to cross the main road and run deep into the dune belt,” said Swakopmund resident Quinton Liebenberg, who found the dog”. It was by mere chance and can be considered a miracle that the small dog was spotted. Liebenberg went quad biking with family and friends on Sunday in the dunes. “We wanted to do a lengthy tour up to dune 7,” he said. He was leading the way, driving deeper and deeper into the dunes. About four kilometers from the quadbike tour operator Daredevil Adventures at Langstrand, he noticed something in the dunes. “As I rode over one very steep dune, I spotted an animal in a hole below. I initially thought it is a jackal,” he said. Upon closer inspection, he saw it was the little Foxterriër running in circles. As it only had three legs, it was unable to climb up the steep dunes. “There were no tracks and we could not see anybody anywhere. The poor dog was extremely weak and dehydrated,” Liebenberg continued. It was very hot. The dog was friendly but very scared. Holding the dog under one arm Liebenberg drove back to the road, where he took a photo of the animal and posted it on social media. He also notified the SPCA. The initial post on Facebook spread like wildfire and in less than an hour of posting, the owners were contacted and reunited with their pet. It turns out that the small dog spent a day and night in the dunes before being found. “I don't think she would have made it much longer. She was severely dehydrated. I am so thankful that I by chance drove in the dunes,” said Liebenberg.
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Debt collector warns public about former employee “stealing”clients Sharlien Tjambari
The Swakopmund branch of OSK Debt Collectors has levelled serious allegations against a former employee, Monique Prince, who was charged with fraud. Prince allegedly pinches their clients after she opened her own debt collecting company. Prince refutes these allegations, though. The case became public recently after OSK Debt Collectors came forward to warn the business community and general public about the fraudulent dealings of their former employee. “It is ruining our company's image,” said Titus Kaapangelwa, OSK Debt Collector's Manager of Corporate and Commercial Affairs. According to Kaapangelwa Monique Prince (33) worked at the Swakopmund branch of OSK for about three months. She resigned early in 2016 after OSK suspected her of fraud as some files of clients suddenly went missing. Shortly thereafter Prince opened her own company called “MSK Debt Collectors”. “She did this with the intention of misleading our clients. She even went so far as to call our clients
and tell them that OSK Debt Collectors closed down and that MSK Debt Collectors took over. She is stealing our clients' money”, Kaapangelwa said to namib times. After various queries from clients OSK Debt Collectors discovered some files were missing. The company subsequently opened a case (CR44/10/ 2016) with the Swakopmund police. “We tracked down Prince with the police and found her in a small office in possession of our company files. She was arrested and admitted that she was operating illegally. Her business was not registered with Ministry of Trade and she did not have a certificate of fitness from the Swakopmund Municipality,” Kaapangelwa continued. After the arrest Prince was warned to close down her
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business and to refrain from tarnishing OSK's name. But the story did not end here: She was later released on bail and continued operating. She allegedly continues spreading lies to OSK clients in Erongo. Among others that OSK is no more and that they should deal with MSK Debt Collectors. “MSK Debt Collectors is an illegal entity, operated by someone who is not even a citizen of Namibia”, Kaapangelwa charged. He added that their clients have been affected and are still being affected by this fraudulent business. “It is very concerning. We have worked hard to reach where we are. We have been operating for over eight years and have branches in Oshakati, Swakopmund and Windhoek and we employ over 20 people. All of them are affected by this one individual”, he said. When namib times confronted Prince about the allegations she refuted the
claims, saying that it is simply not true. She refused to comment further and merely said that she was not the owner of MSK Debt Collectors and only worked there. Prince added that “they already went to court about this (OSK) and I do not know why OSK Debt Collectors wants to tarnish my name.” ·Monique Prince was charged with fraud and appeared in the Swakopmund magistrates court several times. Her first appearance was in October 2016. She appeared several times, but the court record indicates her last appearance was in February this year when the case was provisionally withdrawn on account of an incomplete investigation. When namib times asked Prince why she was arrested and why she was found being in possession of files belonging to OSK, she refused to comment and instead referred all further queries to her lawyer.
The Municipality of Swakopmund maintains that all traffic circles in town are constructed using international guidelines and safety aspects. This statement follows after the opening of the new traffic circle on the corner of Dr Schwietering and Aldridge Street in Ocean View, which leaves many drivers confused. “Traffic circles are implemented to reduce vehicles' speed thereby introducing safer driving conditions and ease the flow of traffic,” the municipality said in a statement. “Whereas a traffic light causes a halt in the traffic, providing for a longer travel time. Another reason for constructing a circle instead of the traffic light would be the cost involved and the construction period.” Numerous motorists contacted the namib times office about the new traffic circle constructed on the mentioned crossing. Many regard it as unsafe, as it is small. Many motorists are actually confused how to utilize the traffic circle and when they should stop, yield or drive. The traffic circle was designed by the municipality and built by a private contractor. “I believe motorists in Swakopmund do not know how to drive around a traffic circle and how to use it,” said the contractor to namib times. Even though sign boards have been set up, indicating a reduced speed limit when entering the circle, most if not
all motorists disregard this entirely. “Some zip through the circle without looking at the signs at all,” he said. The same applies to other traffic circles in town. According to the contractor most motorists do not know when they should use the inner lane and when they are supposed to use the outer lane. The same applies to the utilization of indicators. While some indicate properly, most drivers do not use their indicators at all in a traffic circle. According to the municipality the construction of each traffic circle amounts to an estimated N$100 000. Traffic circles are built according to various guidelines. These include the Geometric Design Manual – PAWC (1996); Guidelines for Human Settlement Planning and Design (CSIR South Africa); Road Access Guidelines (Second Edition – May 2001); Roundabouts: An Informational Guide (U.S Department of Transportation); and Minimum standards for Civil Engineering Services in Townships (City of Cape Town, July 2013).
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Court Walvis Bay Court Report 10 April 2017 Wilfred Uunona (30) appeared on charges of theft and trespassing (7/2014). Matter postponed to 25 April. Accused on bail. Philipus Ulinus (46) appeared on a charge of theft (10/2016). Matter postponed to 10 April. Accused on bail. A minor (14) appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft (1/2017). Matter postponed to 11 April. Accused detained in a safe place. Silvanus Eichab (23) appeared on a charge of uttering, tendering or accepting forged or altered bank notes (4/2017). Matter postponed to 22 June. Accused in custody. Daniel Laurence Kamaturiri (25) appeared on charges of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor and no driver's licence (4/2017). Accused found guilty. Fined N$6 000 or 12 months imprisonment and N$500 or 90 days imprisonment. Alberato Andre (52) appeared on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor (4/2017). Accused found guilty. Fined N$6 000 or 12 months imprisonment. Kaboy Sakaria (26) appeared on a charge of theft (3/2017). Accused found guilty. Fined N$20 000 or 24 months imprisonment. Norman Edmon Mouton (48) appeared on a charge of corruptly accepting gratification from another person (10/2016). Matter postponed to 31 July. Accused on bail. Allen Yue (32) appeared on a charge of corruptly accepting gratification by agent. Matter postponed to 31 May. Accused on bail. Loed Lewanschek (18) appeared on charges of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft (3/2017). Matter postponed to 29 May. Accused in custody. Henock Nambweya (38) appeared on a charge of theft by false pretences (11/2016). Matter postponed to 29 May. Accused in custody.
11 April 2017 Seibeb Elvin (31) appeared on a charge of theft
from an employer (4/2017). Matter postponed to 10 May. Accused in custody. Stephanus Humphries (46) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (4/2014). Matter postponed to 13 April. Accused on warning. Karolina Gabriel (30) appeared on a charge of theft (4/2017). Accused found guilty. Fined N$800 or 40 days imprisonment. Johanna Naude (46) and Jacobus Naude (47) appeared on charges of remaining in Namibia after expiration of visitors entry permit (4/2017). Accused found guilty. Fined N$2 000 or 3 months imprisonment, each.
12 April 2017 Kleophas Mwanyekele (29) appeared on a charge of theft (11/2010). Matter postponed to 19 April. Accused in custody. Timo Ainaseb (18), Vaino Shikongo (18), Lisias Angula (18) and a minor (17) appeared on charges robbery (8/2016). Matter postponed to 29 June. Accused on bail. Ivan Klaaste (22) appeared on a charge of possession of suspected stolen property (9/2016). Case against accused withdrawn. Maria Magdalena Jacobie (70), Rynard Van Den Heever (20) and Johanna Beddie (59) appeared on charges in marine resources regulations (12/2016). Matter postponed to 15 August. Accused on bail. A minor (16) appeared on a charge of use of a motor vehicle without the owner's consent (1/2017). Case against accused withdrawn. Ben Gariseb (31) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (2/2017). Matter postponed to 25 April. Accused in custody. Gernt Jooster (36) appeared on a charge of assault (1/2017). Matter postponed to 19 June. Accused on warning. A minor (17) appeared on a charge of possession of dependence producing substance (2/2017). Case against accused withdrawn. Petrus Shimbetha (22) appeared on a charge of murder (3/2017). Matter postponed to 20 April. Accused in custody.
Swakopmund Court Report Regional Court Benjamin Ambambi (29) appeared on a charge of murder. The matter was postponed to 16 May for plea and trial. The accused is on bail of N$5 000. Magistrate Court Taapopi Amunyela (26) appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 5 June for fixing of trial date. The accused remains in custody. Abraham Itope (30) appeared on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and malicious damage to property. The matter was postponed to 15 May for fixing of trial date. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Sedrico Swaartbooi (18), a seventeen-year-old boy, Herbert Brandt, a sixteen-year-old boy and another seventeen-year-old boy appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 14 June for juvenile- pre-sentencing report. The case against Sedrico Swaartbooi, the two seventeen-year-old boys and Herbert Brandt was discharge as the accused were found not guilty. The sixteen-yearold boy is on bail of N$1 000. John Paul Brandt (28) appeared on a charge of failing to give a breath specimen. The matter was postponed to 30 May for fixing of trial date. The accused is on bail of N$4 000. Jerron Bamm (20) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 5 June for legal aid. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Elvis Noabeb (35) appeared on a charge of possession of potentially dangerous dependence producing drugs. The matter was postponed to 8 May because the docket was not at court. The accused is
on bail of N$800. Nomvula Uushona (28) and Frans Petrus (28) appeared on a charge of malicious damage to property. The matter was postponed to 5 May for coaccused to be arrested. Nomvula Uushona is at large and Frans Petrus is on bail of N$1 000. Bertus Koch (40) appeared on five counts of rape charges. The matter was postponed to 21 April for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Medusalem Kamburu (28) appeared on charges of robbery with aggravating circumstances. The matter was postponed to 3 May because the accused was absent. The accused is at large and a warrant of arrest was issued. Matheus Angula (35) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 1 June for further investigation. The accused is on bail of N$4 000. Brenden Uirab (20) appeared on a charge of possession of potentially dangerous dependence producing drugs. The matter was postponed to 2 August for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Casius Tjipute (26) appeared on charges of reckless or negligent driving and failure to ascertain damages. The matter was postponed to 27 July for further investigation. The accused is on bail of N$4 000. Sylvia Hango (32) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 19 June for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Robert Maletzky (42) appeared on a charge of possession of suspected stolen stock. The matter was postponed to 14 June for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Aloisius Ananias (24) appeared on a charge of
assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 10 May for fixing of trial date. The accused have been warned. Sain Karipo (21) appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 10 July for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Charity Peter Eiseb (47) and Lucky Xoagub (40) appeared on a charge of theft by false pretences. The matter was postponed to 12 June for legal aid. The accused remains in custody. Charles Van Wyk (29), Ronald Gariseb (27) and Rodney Aboseb (28) appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 24 May for plea and trial. The accused remains in custody. Ian Cloete appeared on a charge of possession of potentially dangerous dependence producing drugs. The matter was postponed 5 July for lab results. The accused remains in custody. Dylan Bester (23) appeared on a charge of escaping. The matter was postponed to 29 May for continuation of trial. The accused remains in custody. Ronnie Ruben (56) appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive blood alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 27 June for lab results. The accused is on bail of N$4 000. Thomas Naweseb (41) appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to 15 May for bail application. The accused remains in custody. Jason Jason (22), a fifteen-year-old boy and Mika Nekwaya (18) appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to 22 May for mental observation report in terms of section 79. The accused remains in custody.
Pedestrian instantly killed on B2 in vicinity of LangErwin Leuschner strand A 39-year old female was killed while walking on the B2 road in the vicinity of Langstrand on Wednesday evening. The female, identified as Sofia Ndumba, was run over by a small pick-up. The police investigate a case of culpable homicide. Deputy Commissioner Erastus Iikuyu, regional crime investigations coordinator for Erongo, confirmed the incident. According to the deceased's husband, who resides in Walvis Bay, Ndumba was travelling from Rundu to the harbor town to come and visit them on that day. It is alleged that about 20:00 she was walking on the road carrying her luggage and a blanket. She was struck by a 23-year-old woman driving a small, white Chevrolet pick-up. She was traveling from Walvis Bay in the direction of Swakopmund. â€œThe victim died on the spot. The driver was not injured but she was treated for shock. The car was seriously damaged,â€? Iikuyu confirmed.
*************************** More accidents caused by Piquet Jacobs loss of control A driver managed to emerge from the wreckage of his vehicle unscathed on Tuesday evening, after he lost control over the vehicle and overturned it on the B2 route near Karibib. Wet road conditions caused the driver to lose control of the vehicle. In another accident, two South African tourists sustained injuries in a motorcycle accident on the C14 near Solitaire, also on Tuesday. Emergency services were dispatched to the scene. Both the injured were transported to the Walvis Bay State Hospital, but were later transferred to Windhoek for specialist care due to the nature of their injuries. The details on what caused the incident are unclear. On Monday evening, a driver lost control of his vehicle on the C35 road near Uis, causing it to overturn. This is one of many similar incidents on this notorious gravel road. There was no indication of any injuries sustained.
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Three art galleries collaborate to present successful “Night of the Galleries” There was a special treat for art lovers in Namibia: the three art galleries in Swakopmund, Fine Art Gallery, Die Muschel and the Woermannhaus Gallery presented a Night of the Galleries recently and it was an instant success. The Night of the Galleries was a first ever. Each gallery offered a special exhibition and a small art performance. Visitors could stroll from one event to the next for an experience never to be forgotten. The first art exhibition, titled “Wo/Man” was opened at the Fine Art Gallery at 16:00, combined with a music performance and light snacks. Two hours later art lovers moved on to “Die Muschel” where a book launch and the exhibition by Heidi Louw “Textures of Anatomy” was opened. Die Muschel was packed to the brim with visitors. Shortly thereafter the evening proceeded with the exhibition opening “Best of VA-N” at the Woermannhaus Gallery. The evening was made possible through collaboration by the galleries, the Swakopmund Arts Association and Visual Artists – Namibia. It was a huge success.
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Budget cuts constrain the Namibian Navy’s program of repairing and maintaining its ships
Namibia’s Defense Minister Penda ya Ndakolo recently explained in the National Assembly how a restrain budget affects the country’s military. Defense was awarded a N$5,6 billion budget for the 2017/18 financial year, down from N$5,9 in the previous year. One of the areas the Ministry struggles is with a delay in the servicing of the Namibian Navy’s vessels. All spare and service parts need to be procured from overseas and budget constraints now leads to a delay in keeping the vessels in ready condition. (on the picture: the Namibian Navy’s pride - the NS Elephant). Fri 21 April 2017 Low Tide: 04:32 High Tide: 10:50 Low Tide: 16:48 High Tide: 23:19
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Fora Sithole they know the sea wil only wash it out after a month cycle when their gone. clever bastards
Members of the public Vrou sterf in motorongeluk kort arrest two cellphone thieves nadat sy ‘n vriend bemoedig wat Two alleged robbers from Windhoek got more than they bargained ernstig siek is ‘n Kragtige motorbotsing op die kruising van 5de Weg en Nangolo Mbumba rylaan het vroeg Sondagoggend die lewe van 'n inwoner van Walvisbaai, me Loretha Louw (41), geëis. Die bakkie waarin Louw 'n passasier was, is omstreeks 00:15 op 'n hoë spoed op die linkersy deur 'n aankomende motor getref. Hiermee lê die hoop nou aan skerwe dat die kus die dood oor Paasnaweek gespaar kon word. Maarten Silver Ek weet hier is BAIE vaktore om in ag te neem, maar ek voel dit is hoogtyd laat ons verkeers departement bietjie aangespreek word. Ek wil asb weet wat presies is dit wat hulle heeldag doen? Vroëer jare was hulle baie meer sigbaar. Ek kan my verkyk aan mense wat daagliks net eenvoudig hulle af vee aan pad reels. In ander lande het jy verkeers beamptes wat heeldag lank die strate patroleer en elke ou wat reels oortree aanspreek of beboet. In die aande wanneer die kuier plekke toe maak dan staan hulle, met vangwaens reg, en maak seker daar is geen rus verstoring of dronk bestuur nie. Dis nie net Walvis nie maar elke dorp. Ek wil weet wanneer gaan hulle begin opstaan en intree en die autoriteid wat vir hulle gegee is begin uit oefen? Dis tyd laat die reels strenger toegepas word en motoriste getug word om weer respek vir die systeem en vir mekaar te kry! Ati Van Ginkel-Grobler Jy so reg ek verkyk my aan die mense hoe hulle ry en geen spitkop. Muriel RiRi Negongo We need cctv camera's all over. It's honestly one of the necessities to combat crime. Dis regtig hartseerlik om te dink jy as persoon volg die reëls maar die volgende persoon veroorsak jou dood, jou hartseer. Net omdat jy geen respek het vir jouself en die volgende persoon nie. We really need to think and live differently. Sterkte aan die famielie.
Bobby Griebel They must be locked up just like they lock up young farmer Rust for shooting a perpetrator on his farm !! Unlike Dippenaar and alike, they must not get bail but live hell in Jail until tried. Tony Daniel I am not sure what you are implying but are you sure that the person implicated were at fault and not the driver of the vehicle in which the woman tragically died. Information aquired afterwards from those kids who "apparently ran away" is that the driver implicated went through the ORANGE LIGHT meaning that Hanekom went through the red light .... The driver of the bakkie did not run away and was taken to hospital in an ambulance together with Hanekom. IT IS SUCH A PERSON AN EXPERIENCED SO-CALLED JOURNALIST HAD HIMSELF MISLEAD BY EMOTIONAL PERSONS. HE DID NOT GET ANY INFORMATION FROM THE OTHER PERSON BUT MADE FOREGONE CONCLUSIONS. ....HOW PATHETIC CAN YOU GET..... Bobby Griebel Tony Daniel... if that is the case, yes, it is bad misinformation. However, the damage to the vehicle is of the deceased is if such nature, that most excessive speed plays a role. Therefore they still need to be locked up. Neilo Van Wyk Wat help dit tog? Mense gaan doen wat hulle wil dien en glo wat hulle wil glo.
Humpback whale stranding continues Another washed out at Mile 106 Scientists are concerned after yet another humpback whale carcass washed out along Namibia's coastline. The latest stranding occurred about 30 kilometers north of Cape Cross at Mile 106. According to Lüderitz Marine Research this brings to at least the tenth dead whale found in just the past two months along the Namibian and South African west coast shores. “Unfortunately we don't have any indication as to why this is happening. At the moment and without full necropsies carried out, it is impossible to come to any conclusions,” the Namibia Dolphin Project (NDP) said in a statement recently. Carla van Vuuren Didn't that Chinese wha- walvisbay harbour has got somethn to do with ling/fishing boat ask to fish in our ocean a few this.....surely all the digging must release some months back? And no further news was repor- toxins or gasses trapped for ages into the water ted after? Could it be that those guys are actu- Andries J-p du Plessis Fukushima radiation ally somewhere hoarding these whales and leaking into ocean and distributed by ocean some of them swim towards the shore to es- currents seem like a good explanation to me cape? Thus causing them to be stranded and Karim Visagie Its all because of sonar testing die? the SA Naval boats are doing which cause these Hannes Swanepoel mmmmm maybe the new whale beachings...
Multiple arrests for stock theft, illegal hunting The police in the Erongo Region arrested a number of suspects over the course of the past week for being in possession of suspected stolen stock or for hunting without a valid permit. This was revealed by Deputy Commissioner Erastus Iikuyu, regional crime investigations coordinator for the Namibian Police in Erongo. According to Iikuyu, four suspects were arrested on Friday (14 April) at about 23:00 on the Karibib Otjimbingwe road. The persons were found in possession of one cattle carcass valued at N$6 000 and could not prove ownership. They will appear in the Omaruru Magistrates Court today. Three more suspects were arrested on 13 April in the Swakopmund suburb Mondesa for being in possession of game meat without a valid permit. The meat, oryx meat, is valued at N$2 000 and was found at house no 2223, Cemetery Street. Thony Cloud Spingbok is expensive thn gemsbok po.
for when they stole a cellphone on Saturday evening in Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay. According to deputy commissioner Erastus Iikuyu the two suspects grabbed and held the complainant from behind, threatened to stab her and took her cellphone, a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 valued at N$15 000. “They ran off, but luckily members of the public assisted the complainant and apprehended the two suspects and called the police. The cellphone was recovered,” Iikuyu said. The two suspects will appear in Walvis Bay court today. Esther Naftalie Oh God what is in this Country a Cellphone?? Lord have mercy. Ndinelao Mwatila What is going in this country?? People pls work for what you want and STOP taking for others. Wenalise Eberenz Please take pictures of them Nicolene R Botha So sal hulle oorkom!!! Well done! Andreas Mbango Thanks yaa og
Bike stolen in Walvis Bay found in Omusati Region One week after a quadbike was stolen in Walvis Bay the police, through its intelligence unit, managed to recover it in the Omusati Region and arrest one suspect. According to deputy commissioner Erastus Iikuyu, regional crime investigations coordinator for Erongo, the red quadbike, valued at N$50 000, was reported stolen between 7 and 9 April at CPP in Walvis Bay. “The suspect and the bike are already brought back to the Erongo region,” Iikuyu said. The suspect is expected to appear in the Walvis Bay Magistrates Court today. Seme Nino If a big thing like a motorbike is traveling on a fast to the north like that what about TVs, Radios, Phones and others appliances??? Gerold Nanub Good question Ndishishi Gotty Go In a second fom walvis to omusati i know i was one of best mathematicians in our class Waldelheim Lot First the yashes stole the elephant, police kept quiet, and than they stole the Malaysian air plane still the police let that pass by, buy for the bike the police said no........ Kadhila Festus Watch out people they couldn't come to see the sea but thy came to work Eish! Lizle Isaacs van Wyk 7-9 April, no roadblocks yet. If so, how did it pass through police. Probably without licence, permit or valid documentation. .. Adolf Lori Pamo Shikongo How did he transport all the to Omusati through all the roadblocks? Richard Klein If you saw how the Walvisbay roadblock worked this long weekend than you know how it passed because they didn't work when I passed through it a few times this weekend Gomes Lihita Ndinda Gomes Roadblocks in Erongo started on 14.04.2017 up to 18.which is today and the bike stolen a week before.
Carnage on Erongo roads during Easter weekend At least two people died on the roads of the Erongo Region during this year's Easter holiday. Several more were seriously injured during various motor vehicle accidents. The Namibian Police remains gravely concerned about rising road accident statistic. According to Deputy Commissioner Erastus Iikuyu, regional crime investigations coordinator for the Namibian Police in Erongo, one person sustained serious injuries during an accident on Sunday afternoon about 35 kilometers North of Henties Bay. The person sadly passed away a short while later. Initial reports indicate that the driver, Salom Antonio (32), lost control over a Toyota Corolla whilst traveling towards Cape Cross. The vehicle overturned several times. Antonio was admitted to the Swakopmund State Hospital where he passed away shortly before midnight. Karin Retief Bad photoshopping going on in this picture! Ngwedha Nkelo Soo bad Hilma Carry Amashili just rest in peace Hoffnie Tate Maadi-mawa Koshingali RIP BUDDY Iiyambo Shimbilinga My sympathy Nelly Ileka RIP buddy Moshoo Mc RIP Katali Daniel Kahr Shure?
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MEDIA RELEASE; BANK WINDHOEK
Parents need to tighten belts after budget cuts With government budgetary cuts now affecting secondary schools, parents will need to tighten their belts even further to ensure their children receive a good education. The Ministry of Education recently announced in their budget vote that the N$500 subsidy for secondary schools will be reduced to N$250 per learner in the 2017/18 financial year. The Education Ministry further indicated that at primary school level, where the ministry previously allocated N$350 per learner, only N$250 will be spent per learner through the new budget. “These cuts will inevitably be passed on to parents, who will have to increase this specific budgetary item in their household budget,” said Riaan van Rooyen, Head of Corporate Communications, Strategy and Sustainability at Bank Windhoek. “Parents will have to look at cutting expenses at home as well as in their daily lives to accommodate the subsidy cuts. To identify these cuts, it is important to focus on necessities. Think about that lunch and coffee you buy at work. Could you not perhaps save by bringing your coffee and lunch to work? Also preparing lunch or
Republic of Namibia MINISTRY OF TRADE & INDUSTRY LIQUOR ACT,1998 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO A COMMITTEE 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 Gelateria Pia Ice Cream Parlour Close Corporation, P O Box 14, Walvis Bay. 2. Name of business or proposed business to which application relates: Raith’s Gourmet t/a Museum Café. 3. Address/location of premises to which appli cation relates: Remainder of Block 1 Ludwig Koch Street, Swakopmund. 4. Nature and details of application: Application for the Grant of a New Special Liquor Licence. 5. Clerk of the court with whom 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 applica tion will be lodged: 2 May 2017. 7. Date of meeting of Committee at which application will be heard: 10 May 2017. Any objection or written submission in terms of section 28 of the Act in relation to the application must be sent or delivered to the Magistrate of the District, to reach the Magistrate not later than 7 days after the date on which application is lodged.
snacks for children going to school instead of giving them money to buy from their tuck-shop.” “Another solution to save for your child's future and ensure they get the best education would be to open a savings account especially for that purpose.” Bank Windhoek offers various savings products
especially tailored to create a savings culture. “Our Solo account for young people under the age of 18 years is an ideal way to teach your child early on how to start managing their own finances. It offers no monthly service fees, no ATM withdrawal fees at Bank Windhoek ATMs, access to
Cellphone banking, our Mobile App and Internet Banking. Debit orders and stop orders can be linked to the Solo account unlimited withdrawals.” Van Rooyen said further: “Not sure how much you can afford to save? Start small – maybe just putting your change each week into a jar. If that works, try setting aside a
bit more on a regular basis. Be realistic – it's better to commit to a smaller sum you're confident you can manage than a bigger amount that you give up on.” If there is one thing we can expect, it is the unexpected, so better to start saving now, than wait for the unexpected to happen,” Van Rooyen concluded.
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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. * 19 April: Ramos Blood Drives. * 23 April: MOTH Wreathlaying ceremony at Trekkopje 11:00. * 30 April: Lagoon Park Family Market from 9am - 1pm with the theme 'Pay it Forward'. * 2 Mei: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Rooms Katolieke Kerk om 09:00. * 10 May: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19:00. *6 Junie: Interkerklike Gebedskring biduur by Rooms Katolieke Kerk om 09:00. * 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. * 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 * 9 Aug: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 26 & 27 Aug: Moth Congress venue to be confirmed * 13 Sep: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 24 Sep: Moth Parade International Day of Peace 21st * 4 Oct: Ramos Blood Drives. * 11 Oct: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 22 Oct: Moth Parade at shellhole Remembrance of Battle of El Alamein 11h00 * 8 Nov: MOTH meeting at Escarpment Shellhole 19h00 * 12 Nov: Moth Remembrance Day Parade at Harries Park Memorial. ***************
SWAKOPMUND * Bridge: The Swakopmund Bridge club meets every Monday evening at 19:00 at Lions Old Age Home. Contact: Ed Barbour 064405 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. * 15 April – 15 May: Woermannhaus-Gallery: Group Exhibition – Best of V-AN * 15 April – 15 May: Fine Art Gallery: Group Exhibition – WO/MAN * 15 April – 15 May: Die Muschel: Heidi Louw –Textures of Anatomy * 26 April: Ramos Blood Drives * 11 May: Blood Drive clinics at Mpact Corrugated * 19 July: Ramos Blood Drives * 10 Aug: Blood Drive clinics at Mpact Corrugated * 26 Aug: Organisation for Caring for People with Disabilities - Cake Sale outside Standard Bank. * 11 Oct: Ramos Blood Drives * 12 Oct: Blood Drive clinics at Mpact Corrugated ***************
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. * Swakopmund Museum: Open daily, including Sundays 10:00 17:00. * Sam Cohen Library: Monday to Friday: 08:00 - 13:00/15:00 17:00 and the second Saturday per month 09:00 - 13:00. * Die Galerie, Walvis Bay: Exhibition of Namibian and South African Artists. Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday: 08:00 - 13:00 & 14:00 - 17:00. Saturday - 08:30 - 12:30.
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Visit of SAS Amatola outlines the importance of a country’s naval force in the diplomacy machine Floris Steenkamp A tribute was paid on Tuesday evening to two members of the South African National Defense Force who died during a SADC Special Forces joined training mission of Walvis Bay in October 2013. The soldiers drowned when two Barracuda Allied force of the First World War, collided rapid insertion and extraction boats capsized with another ship in the English Channel. SS South of Pelican Point as result of a rogue Mendi sunk within 20 minutes taking with her wave. One of the soldiers' bodies still remains to her watery grave more than 600 soldiers. unaccounted for. A third soldier from Malawi Relatives of some of the fallen soldiers had the were also killed during the same incident. opportunity to join the South African Navy in The tribute was led by the South African High Europe for this commemoration. C o m m i s s i o n e r t o N a m i b i a M a v i v i In her keynote address High Commissioner Myakayaka-Manzini aboard the South African Myakayaka-Manzini pointed out the frigate SAS Amatola which called at the port of importance of any naval force over the world as Walvis Bay this week. part of the political diplomatic machine. “You A function was held aboard the ship on Tuesday as the South African Navy’s work makes things evening hosted by the commander of the a lot easier for us as diplomats”, said the High vessel, Captain J.F. Roux. Members of the Commissioner. diplomatic corps in Namibia attended the The South African Navy’s local role in South function whilst local guests included local Africa, according to the High Commissioner is authority and regional authority leaders and the also immense: “The South African Navy is Namibian Navy. playing a major role in growing our economy to SAS Amatola left her home port of Simons create jobs, eradicating poverty, inequalities Town on 16 January for a deployment to and unemployment”, according to High ComEurope. Apart from joined exercises with the missioner Myakayaka-Manzini. Royal Navy and the German armed forces the For the cause of equality, proof is in the key importance of the mission was to pudding. According to the High Commissioner commemorate the centenary of the sinking of a growing number of previously disadvantaged the SS Mendi on 21 February in the English communities joined the navy, including Channel. On 21 February 1917 the troop ship women. A total of 79,4 % of SA Navy personSS Mendi, carrying black South African nel are black South Africans and a total of soldiers destined for support in France of the 26,6% of SA Navy personnel are women. A view of the function that was held in the helicopter shed
The sun sets in Walvis Bay over the deck of SAS Amatola. Below - general pictures of the event
The commander of SAS Amatola Captain J.F. Roux and the South African High Commissioner to Namibia, H.E. Mavivi Myakayaka-Manzini
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An der Atlantikküste,in der Namibwüste Högertrafikomläggningen Händels Messiahs zu Swakopmund (sk) Nein, nein, es handelt sich bei diesem Begriff keineswegs um eine Wortneubildung. Auch wurde keine weitere Rechtschreibreform eingeführt. Vielmehr geht es hier um Tag H. Nein, nein, nicht Tag X, sondern Tag H oder Dagen H auf Schwedisch, wobei das H für eben dieses schwedische Wort Högertrafikomläggningen steht. Högertrafikomläggningen ist der Name für die Umstellung auf Rechtsverkehr, die am Sonntag, dem 3. September 1967 um 5 Uhr in Schweden erfolgte. Von diesem Zeitpunkt an musste man statt auf der linken auf der rechten Fahrbahn fahren. Dazu ein Ausschnitt aus Wikipedia: ,,Die erste Rechtsverkehrverordnung wurde in Schweden 1718 erlassen. Diese Verordnung war jedoch nicht langlebig. 1734 wurde sie durch eine neue ersetzt, die den Linksverkehr festsetzte.
500 Jahre Reformation Swakopmund (sk) 500 Jahre nachdem der große Reformator Martin Luther mit der Veröffentlichung seiner 95 Thesen in Wittenberg den Beginn der Reformation eingeleitet hat, wird das Jubiläumsjahr weltweit gefeiert - auch in
Namibia. Am 13. Mai um 19h30 Uhr findet zu diesem feierlichen Anlass ein anderthalbstündiges Konzert in der Deutschen Evangelisch-Lutherischen Kirche statt. Das Kammerorchester der Martin-Luther-UniversitätHalle-Wittenberg mit
Dirigent Matthias Erben und ein Vokalkreis aus Plön unter der Leitung von Henrich Schwerk werden Händels Messiahs vortragen. Der Eintritt ist frei; es wird um eine Silberkollekte gebeten. Nächste Woche mehr dazu!
Preisausschreiben: ,,Die Hoenderhok”
Verkehrschaos am Tag H oder Dagen Högertrafikomläggningen auf der Kungsgatan in Stockholm im Jahre 1967. Foto: Per Mail erhalten Linksverkehr bereitete heute auf der linken den bringen: Abgeim Land keine Pro- Seite, wodurch si- sehen von Göteborg, bleme, bevor das Au- cheres Überholen er- Malmö, Norrköping tomobil sich ernsthaft schwert war. sowie zwei Linien im auszubreiten begann 1955 wurde eine be- Großraum Stockholm und der Verkehr sich ratende Volksabstim- wurden landesweit alle internationalisierte. mung durchgeführt. Straßenbahnbetriebe Nun erhob sich die Sie zeigte, dass mit eingestellt. Forderung einer An- 82,9 % eine überwäl- Zur Vorbereitung des passung an das auf dem tigende Mehrheit der Tages H wurde eine 30w e s t e u r o p ä i s c h e n Abstimmenden den seitige Broschüre an Kontinent dominie- Linksverkehr beibe- alle Haushalte verteilt, rende Verkehrssystem. halten wollte, während im Fernsehen und im Auch die Verkehrs- lediglich 15,5 % zum Radio wurden Inforsicherheit war ein Rechtsverkehr über- m a t i o n s s e n d u n g e n Grund, zum Rechts- gehen wollten. Die Be- ausgestrahlt. verkehr überzugehen. teiligung lag bei 53,2 Vier Stunden vor der Die Autos in Schweden % der Stimmberechtig- Umstellung und eine hatten das Lenkrad wie ten. Stunde danach war Entgegen dem Er- jeglicher private Autogebnis der Volks- verkehr untersagt – in abstimmung beschloss einigen Städten sogar der Reichstag acht für 24 Stunden. In Jahre später, am 10. dieser Zeit wurden alle Sie genossen vor allem den Spargel-Quiche im Freien vor dem Mai 1963, mit 119 zu Verkehrszeichen für ,,Hühnerstall”: (von links) Lorenz Gemeinhardt (Jura-Student aus 16 Stimmen bei 4 Ent- den Rechtsverkehr um- Würzburg), Neonie Petzold (Studentin der Soziologie in Nürnberg) sowie die Swakopmunder Marianne Berker und ihre Tochter haltungen (und 12 ab- gesetzt. Du wesenden Abgeord- Nach der Umstellung Christiane . Foto: Susann Kinghorn neten) den Übergang wurde die Verkehrsbist S c h w e d e n s z u m überwachung intensi- Swakopmund (sk) - Ellis und ihrer Familie, 2. Was verkauft Cathy zu Rechtsverkehr für das viert, circa 10300 Poli- Inzwischen ist es an der wo man herrlich früh- Ellis? (Nennen Sie drei Jahr 1967.” früh! zisten und Soldaten Küste etwas kühler stücken kann. Ein paar Artikel!) Letzterer Abschnitt er- wurden dazu einge- geworden, sodass man Stände mit Frisch- 3. An welchen Tagen innert mich irgendwie setzt. Des Weiteren langsam aber sicher waren und Sonstigem im Monat kann man im an das Thema Win- wurden über 100000 weiss: Die Winterzeit zum Verkauf gibt es ,,Hoenderhok” frühterzeit in Namibia! dort auch. stücken? Personen - Schüler hö- naht! Zurück zu Schweden: herer Jahrgänge, Re- Wenn der graue Nebel WAS, Sie waren noch Zu gewinnen sind fol,,Die meisten schwe- kruten der Armee und die Sonne bedeckt, tut nicht dort? Nichts wie gende drei Preise: dischen Autos hatten Mitglieder von Ver- es gut, der Wärme hin! Hier haben Sie nun 1. Je ein Gemüsepaket traditionell das Lenk- bänden zur Verkehrs- Richtung Osten nach- die Gelegenheit, diese im Werte von N$ 200,-. rad links eingebaut. regelung an Fußgän- zureisen. Nur 17 km drei Fragen zu beant- Senden Sie Ihre AntSogar die importierten gerüberwegen einge- östlich von Swakop- worten, um eventuell worten bis zum 2. Mai britischen Wagen wa- setzt.” mund, am südlichen einen von drei Preisen an susannkinghorn@ ren so gebaut. Im Und trotzdem, liebe Ufer des Swakop- zu gewinnen: gmail.com. Die Sieger Haarlimericks Linksverkehr führte Leser, kam es 1967 riviers mit Blick auf die 1. Wo in Swakopmund werden am 5. Mai auf Einer jungen Braut aus Bombay-Stadt das wegen der ver- zum Chaos auf den Mondlandschaft befin- steht Cathy Ellis zwei- diesen Seiten bekanntgleichsweise schlech- Straßen Schwedens! schneidet man die langen Haare ab det sich der ,,Hüh- mal wöchentlich, um gegeben. teren Sicht zu einem erals Opfergabe nerstall” von Cathy Waren zu verkaufen? heblich höheren Risiko für gute Ehejahre beim Überholen. Dafür und dass die Damenwelt Extensions hat. Hören Sie einige aber waren die Wagen mit dem am FahrKapitel aus dem Ein Forensiker aus Paris bahnrand angeordneauf ein altes Geheimis stieß: Locker-vom-Hockerten Lenkrad in der LaIn des Königs Haar ge, dichter am FahrSammelsurium, etwas die Spur noch war bahnrand zu fahren, vom Joint, den der sich schmecken ließ. Gitarrenmusik und und ihre Fahrer waren ein paar Gedichte. nachts weniger BlenEin haarloser Herr aus Zweibrücken dungen ausgesetzt als trug auf seinem Kopf stets Perücken. die ihrer Pendants. Er steckte - nicht klug Busse und EinrichWann: 23. April 2017 um 16h00 Uhr den Kopf aus dem Zug. tungsstraßenbahnwage So konnt' sich sein Zweithaar verdrücken. Wo: Woermannhaus-Galerie in der Bismarckstraße n hatten im Linksverkehr den Fahrersitz Eine Frau aus der Mark aller Dänen rechts und die EinEs wird um eine Spende für die fand stets, das muss man erwähnen, stiege auf der linken die Kunstvereinigung gebeten. ein Haar in den Suppen Seite. der teuersten Schuppen Das größte Opfer mussten die alten Straund trug es dann stolz auf den Zähnen. Die Locker-Bücher gibt es zum Sonderpreis. ßenbahnen in Schwe-
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An der Atlantikküste,in der Namibwüste Neues Kinderbuch zu empfehlen! Das kürzlich erschienene Kinderbuch von Kathleen Röllig “Bonos Abenteuer Der Supertrick - Wie Oryxantilopen in der Wüste überleben” ist wärmstens zu empfehlen. Man verliert sich selbst als Erwachsener nicht nur in dem ansprechenden Text, sondern wird gleichzeitig durch die niedlichen Illustrationen von Steffen Gumpert geradezu in die Kindheit hineingeschleudert. Bono, Gitti und Otto leben unter der heißen Sonne Afrikas. Eines Morgens kommt ein Unbekannter in die Wüste. Die drei Freunde folgen ihm und erleben dabei manvorkommen und deshalb Geschichten aus der ganzen Welt erzählen können. In der Kunene-Region Namibias wäre Bono ein Kaphase (Lepus capensis), Gitti eine Zwergfelsenmaus (Petromyscus collinus) und Otto eine Namibia-Langohrfledermaus (Laephotis namibensis). Im „Oryxprojekt“ wurde erforscht, wie sich die beiden Antilopenarten Oryx (Oryx ga-
cherlei Abenteuer... eine spannende Geschichte, die einiges über Oryxantilopen, das Leben in der Wüste und Wissenschaft erklärt. Die Geschichte „Der Supertrick“ basiert auf einem echten Forschungsprojekt, dem „Oryxprojekt“, das vom Leibniz-Institut für Zoo- und Wildtierforschung (IZW, Berlin) zusammen mit namibianischen Partnern (University of Namibia, Department of Biological Scien-
ces, Windhoek; Torra Community-Based Conservancy Office, Kunene Region; Wilderness Safaris Namibia, Windhoek) von 2010 bis 2012 in der Kunene-Region Namibias durchgeführt wurde. Die Geschichtenerzähler - der Hase Bono, die Maus Gitti und die Fledermaus Otto - stehen stellvertretend für bestimmte Tiergruppen - Hasen, Mäuse und Fledermäuse - die weltweit, mit Ausnahme der Antarktis,
“Er schläft so fest, der kleine Bengel, so wohlbehütet vor dem Bösen, da kann inzwischen schnell sein Engel, das Kreuzworträtsel weiterlösen.” Illustration: Robert Högfeldt
zelle gazella) und Springbock (Antidorcas marsupialis) als Pflanzenfresser in den extremen klimatischen Verhältnissen der Wüste ernähren: Während der Springbock in Dürrezeiten alle Pflanzen frisst, die er finden kann, spezialisierte sich die Oryxantilope auf nur wenige Pflanzenarten (unter anderem den giftigen Damara-Milchbusch).
Locker vom Hocker Oh...Kambishi!
Liebe Küstenleser! Die Fülle der Entdeckungen in unserem reizenden Land scheint unbegrenzt. Obwohl ich nun schon mehr als 50 Jahre lang das Vorrecht hatte, den würzig-anregenden Geruch der Erde zwischen Kunenefluss und Fischrivier einzusaugen, spüre ich pausenlos etwas AufregendNeues auf, oftmals dort, wo man es am wenigsten erwartet. Wie oft ist man von der Küste aus schon durch Usakos gerast auf Pad ins Landesinnere. Am zweiten Stopzeichen, wo es links nach Karibib geht, habe ich das Steuerrad diesmal einfach nach rechts herumgedreht, weil ich noch nie dort entlanggefahren bin. Vor einem türmt sich der imposante Nubebberg auf, in dem sich Felszeichnungen von Menschen mit langförmigen Hinterköpfen und langen Schwänzen befinden sollen. Man
Khanrivier leben seit elf Jahren die Rentnerin Brigitte Förster aus Frankfurt und ihr Lebenspartner Dr. Jürgen Weidner, ein ehemaliger Pilot der Lufthansa. Der Ferienbungalow mit zwei separaten Wohnungen befindet sich vor einer hohen Einzäunung, hinter der die Gastgeber zusammen mit ihrem “zahmen” Geparden Kam-
kätzchen und mich voneinander trennte, denn es führte zweimal eine Attacke gegen den Zaun aus, hinter dem ich stand. In der Nähe des Selbstversorger-Feriendo-
Brigitte Förster füttert das Lamm “Beautiful Lady”, das seine Mutter durch Wilderer verloren hat. Fotos: Susann Kinghorn
Auf einem Gehöft namens Okambishi’ s Rest am Khanrivier etwa 6 km südwestlich von Usakos kann man in einem Ferienbungalow entspannen. Am Horizont liegt der Atlantik.
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fährt durch eine Eisenbahnunterführung und landet auf der D1914, die in südwestliche Richtung gen Wüstenquell und Atlantik führt. Nach 6 km entlang der Sandpad steht rechts ein Schild “Oh Kambishi”. Auf dieser 3,5 ha großen Kleinsiedlung direkt am
bishi leben. Der Name kommt aus dem Owambo und bedeutet Katze. Kambishi landete 2005 als Babykätzchen mehr tot als lebendig bei dem deutschen Paar, das es aufpäppelte. Niedliche Geschichte....ich bin trotzdem froh, dass ein Zaun das Flecken-
mizils lebt auch eine zahme Zebramanguste namens Frau Max in einem Käfig. Sie hat kürzlich ihren Maat verloren und trauert noch. Abends wird das gestreifte Raubtier von Frauchen Brigitte gefüttert und durch den Zaun am Kopf gekrault, während Hundchen Thaddea es liebevoll ableckt. Tja, es gibt eben allerhand Formen von Patchwork-Familien! Wen es überkommt, der kann über die D1914 laufen und die Berge hinaufkraxeln. Von dort oben hat man eine ganz neue Perspektive auf Usakos und Ohkambishi, der kleinen Oase mit seinen freundlich-warmen Gastgebern. Ihre Susann Kinghorn
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21 APRIL 2017 MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY
Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 63(2) of the Local Authorities Act, 1992 (Act 23/ 1992), as amended, that the Council of the Municipality of Walvis Bay intends to sell, by private transaction, Erf 6288 Kuisebmond, No 1 Springbuck Street, adjacent to the Kuisebmond Old Age Home, for the purposes of a health-care facility.
ZONING: Public Open Space
DESCRIPTION: Erf 6288 Kuisebmond
PURCHASE PRICE: N$4,732,200 excluding VAT, (N$5,442,030 including VAT) An additional amount of N$473,220 excluding VAT, (N$544,203 including VAT) is to be paid to the Council's Landscaping Fund.
inspection by interested persons until FRIDAY 9 MAY 2017 at Room 30, Municipal Offices, Kuisebmond. For more information, Ms Selma Mupupa can be contacted at telephone (064) 201-3232 during office hours. Any person objecting to the proposed sale, may in writing lodge an objection together with the grounds/motivation
thereof, to the Manager: Housing and Properties at the above address, or to Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay, before or on FRIDAY 12 MAY 2017. JACK MANALE Manager: Housing and Properties Tel: (064) 201-3338 Email: jmanale@ walvisbaycc.org.na
Full particulars pertaining to the intended sale by private transaction will lie open for
REZONING AND CONSENT USE NOTICE In terms of the Walvis Bay Town Planning Scheme, notice is hereby given that Stewart Planning intends to apply for permission from the Walvis Bay Municipality to rezone Erf 1439, 276 Nangolo Mbumba Drive, Walvis Bay from “Single Residential” to “General Business” with consent to establish a laundry and dry cleaning business on the 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 objections or comments to the proposed rezoning may lodge such objection together with grounds thereof, with the Municipality of Walvis Bay: Town Planning Section and Stewart Planning, in writing, not later than FRIDAY 12 MAY 2017.
CALL FOR INTERESTED AND AFFECTED PARTIES The rezoning of Erf 1439, Walvis Bay from “Single Residential” to “General Business” may not be undertaken without an Environmental Clearance Certificate (ECC) in terms of the Environmental Management Act (Act 7 of 2007) and its Regulations. Stewart Planning has been appointed to complete a Scoping Report and Draft Management Plan (DMP) for the proposed rezoning. Interested and Affected Parties are hereby invited to register and participate in the public consultation process to give input, comments, and opinions about the proposed rezoning. Please submit your comments, in writing, to the Municipality of Walvis Bay: Solid Waste and Environmental Management Section (SWEM) and the applicant not later than FRIDAY 12 MAY 2017.
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MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY
Description Farm 38
Notice is hereby given in terms of section 63(2)(b) of the Local Authorities Act, 1992 (Act 23/1992), as amended, that the Municipality of Walvis Bay intends to lease, by private transaction, a portion of Farm 38 to Native Storage Facility CC.
Area 10 Hectares Zoning Industrial Lease Amount N$50 000.00/month plus N$ 7 500.00 (15% VAT) An additional noninterest bearing deposit of N$50 000
is to be paid for rehabilitation of the site. Full particulars pertaining to the lease will lie for inspection by interested persons until *Tuesday, 2 May 2017 at room 30, Municipal Offices, Kuisebmond. For more information Mr Jack Manale can be con-
NOTICE OF SALE tacted at telephone IN EXECUTION (064) 2013338 during office hours. In the Magistrate's Court Any person objecting for the District of Walvis to the proposed lease, Bay held at Walvis Bay. may in writing logde Case No: 789/2016 an objection together In the matter between: with the grounds/ motivation thereof, to Charl Frederick Baard t/a Baard Group the Manager: Housing Execution Creditor and Properties at the and above address or to Barry Building Private Bag 5017, Construction CC Walvis Bay, before or 1st Execution Debtor on Tuesday, 9 May Mr Bernhardt Garoeb 2017 at 12:00. 2nd Execution Debtor
Jack Manale Manager: Housing and Properties Tel: (064) 201 3338 Email: jmanale@walvisbay cc.org.na An equal opportunity Employer
MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY The Town Council of Walvis Bay offers the following opportunity to Namibian Citizens:
NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION
DEPARTMENT OF WATER, WASTE & ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
In the Magistrate's Court for the District of Walvis Bay held at Walvis Bay. Case No: 740/2016 In the matter between: Walvis Bay Plant & Tool Hire Services CC Execution Creditor and Collin April Execution Debtor
ENGINEER (PATERSON GRADE LEVEL D4) Purpose of the Job To provide a high quality and cost effective service to residents in the Walvis Bay Municipal Area, and to manage the engineering function for all water and waste water construction and maintenance activities of the municipality. Key Performance Areas · Planning and advice · Quality and loss control · Administration · Divisional management Qualifications and Experience
Competencies (Knowledge, Skills, Attributes) · Local Authorities Act · Municipal Contract Documents · Water Act · Tender Regulations · SANS Specifications · Design guidelines for the provision of Engineering Services · Approved WWEM strategic plan · Council's Policies and By Laws · Council Resolutions · Operational policies · Town Planning Scheme · Directives from the immediate superior · Approved WWEM budget · Engineering principles and best practice. Remuneration: The remuneration package will be market related, inclusive of competitive service benefits. Applicants are advised to apply by forwarding a cover letter and a comprehensive CV to: The Acting General Manager: Human Resources and Corporate Services Private Bag 5017 Walvis Bay Further information is obtainable from the Human Resources Practitioner, Mr J Uys at telephone number 064 – 2013204. Attachments of the relevant documents are a must and applications without these will not be considered. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted. Closing date: Friday, 11 May 2017 Notice No. 29/2017
In execution of a Judgement against the above Defendant granted by the above Honourable Court on 17 October 2016 the following goods will be sold in Execution on 12 May 2017 at 10:00 at the following address: No.130, 6th Street, Walvis Bay, Republic of Namibia: “Voetstoots and Cash” to the highest bidder, viz: 7 x Office chairs 1 x Kelvinator fridge 1 door 1 x Ottimo microwave 1 x Pine ware fan 1 x LG flat screen computer with mouse & keyboard 1 x Hisense flat screen TV 1 x DSTV decoder 1 x Box computer, no name 2 x Cannon, printer, scan, fax machine 2 x PC all in one Acer computer 3 x Office desk 1 x Canon printer 1 x CCTV TV monitor screen & DVR machine 5 x File cabinets 1 x Pview flat screen computer 1 x Delux box computer 2 x Wardrope/cabinets 1 x Small wooden table 2 x Otto man chairs Assorted overall safety Assorted helmut safety Assorted boots/shoes safety Assorted safety glasses Assorted gloves safety Dated at Walvis Bay on 4 April 2017. J H OLIVIER JAN OLIVIER & CO Legal Practitioners For Plaintiff 131 Sam Nujoma Avenue Walvis Bay Namibia (Ref: JHO/mm/WAL13/0028)
In execution of a Judgement against the above Defendant granted by the above Honourable Court on 11 November 2016 the following goods will be sold in Execution on 12 May 2017 at 10:00 at the following address: No.130, 6th Street, Walvis Bay, Republic of Namibia: “Voetstoots and Cash” to the highest bidder, viz: 1 x Office chair 1 x Panasonic flat screen TV 1 x Sony Hi-Fi player with speaker 2 x Sitting suite lounge 1 x KIC box Freezer 1 x computer table 1 x Defy fridge 2 door 1 x DSTV decoder with remote 1 x Aluminium table 1 x Defy microwave 1 x HP printer, fax, scan machine 1 x Wardrobe 1 x white wardrobe 2 x wheelbarrows Dated at Walvis Bay on 18 April 2017. J H OLIVIER JAN OLIVIER & CO Legal Practitioners For Plaintiff 131 Sam Nujoma Avenue Walvis Bay Namibia (Ref: JHO/pvw/BAA1/ 0008)
ESTATE NOTICE (Master’s Ref No 758/2011 WHK) In the estate of the late Andreas Frans, Id no: 540816 0028 7, of Remainder of Erf No 1612 Mondesa, Swakopmund, who died on 26 April 2011, and who was married in community of property to Helena Petrus, Id no: 591218 0036 7. In terms of Section 35(5) of Act 66 of 1965, notice is hereby given that the FIRST and FINAL Liquidation and Distribution Account, in the above estate will be open for inspection of all persons interested therein for a period of twenty (21) days from date of publication
hereof at the office of the Master of the High Court Windhoek and the Magistrate’s Court Swakopmund. Should no objection thereto be lodged with the Master concerned during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payment in accordance with the account. H VISSER Agent of the Executor c/o Kinghorn Associates Haus Altona 2 - 6 Tobias Hainyeko Street P O Box 1455 Tel: (064) 405051 Swakopmund (Ref: HV/LM-EST
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VACANCIES & NOTICES
NAMIB TIMES NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In the High Court of Namibia. (Main Division) Case No: 3221/2015 In the matter between: Doekels Supermarket t/a Ocean View Spar Plaintiff and Christo Richards Defendant In execution of a default judgement against the above defendant granted by the above Honourable Court on 21 January 2016 the following moveable property will be sold in execution by public auction on Friday, 12 May 2017 at 10:00 at No.130, 6th Street, Walvis Bay, namely: 1 x Brown Leather Couch set L-Shape 1 x Dark Brown leather Couch 1 x Samsung Flatscreen Television 1 x Lounge Trolley Table 1 x Brown Carpet 4 x Dining room Chairs with Table 1 x White Samsung double door Fridge 1 x Nespresso Machine 1 x Defy Dishwasher 4 x Kitchen Chairs 3 x Chairs 1 x Desktop Computer 1 x 2 Seater Leather Couch 1 x HP Printer Terms: “Voetstoots’’ and Cash to the highest bidder. Dated at Windhoek on 19 April 2017. ELLIS SHILENGUDWA INC Legal Practitioners for Plaintiff 1st Floor, 1 @ Steps c/o Grove + Chasie Street Kleine Kuppe
WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Home Based Business (Beauty Salon) ON ERF: 2170 TOWNSHIP: Walvis Bay STREET: 139 Peter Mueshehange Street. In terms of the above-mentioned Scheme, notice is hereby given that * 25.12.1935 I/we, undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for + 23.03.2015 permission to erect/establish a Beauty Salon 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 undersigned, in writing, not later than 12 May 2017. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT(S): E Uys, 139 Peter Mueshehange Street, Walvis Bay
Indongo Toyota Walvis Bay Vacancy: VEHICLE SALES EXECUTIVE IN WALVIS BAY
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CAR KEYS We program & supply new & spare keys, program 2nd hand ECU’s & air bag ECU’s, all cars make & models. For a free quote contact: RDJ SERVICES & SUPPLIES SMS / WHATSAPP / CALL: 081 374 6444
COASTAL SATELLITE INSTALLATION For all your DSTV & handyman work, contact: 081 260 2258
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
081 766 0273 UNO TRUST BUILDERS AND RENOVATORS P.O. Box 650 Swakopmund Tel: 064 461 844 Building, renovating, painting, maintenance, roof sealing, paving, plumbing, etc. Sound construction methods and proper workmanship by experienced team guaranteed. Contact J. Harteveld: 081 148 1939
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Oxygen 11.5Kg Acetylene 8.6kg Argon 14.2kg Argon 3.5kg Ammonia 68kg
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.
2012 4x4 OFF-ROAD CONQUEROR COMMANDER CARAVAN Features: 80l refrigeration, 2 gas bottles, 150l water tank, pump, geyser, shower & basin & shower tent N$ 180 000 Contact 0818942565 Henties Bay
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Josef Driving School in Swakopmund We offer Driving Lessons. Pay more than ten hours and get one hour FREE. NaTis test in Swakopmund and Karibib Contact 081 418 3595 NATIS CONSULTANT • Licence Renewal • Change of Ownership • Roadworthiness • Police Clearance • Special Permit • Number Plates ANGELO 081 498 6051 vla.namibia@ gmail.com SPECIAL SERVICES: CONTAINERS TO BUY/RENT and storage yard in Swakopmund with 24/7 access. Office, ablution etc alterations. Cowboy's: 064 418150 / 081 146 4770 REMOVAL: Quick and effective removal of any kind of rubble in and around the coast. Your convenience is our priority. We also have forklifts and cherry pickers to hire. Contact: 081 122 5554
OFFICE & HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE REMOVAL SPECIALISTS Over Namibia Household & Office. Mobile: 0814093522 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Car 4 Sale: VW Jetta5 comfortline 2016 model 150 000km Local N$55000 [neg] Contact 081 418 3595
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FIND US @ 97 Sam Nujoma Str Walvis Bay Car For Sale [Hyundai Terracan '05 model] 207 000 km [Full service history] One owner for last 6,5 year N$80 000 (voetstoots) o.n.c.o. 081 122 5117 081 255 6213
Cars 4 Sale: 2005 Toyota Camry 2.4 VVTi 215.000 White with R.W.C. N$38,500.00 This car has everything! Please call 081 567 4522 swakop
Car For Sale VW JETTA 4 1.9 TDI INLAND VEHICLE LADY OWNER N$ 69 000.00 Call: 081 444 8280 OPEL CORSA PICKUP/ BAKKIE 1.7 D N$ 39 000.00 CALL: 081 444 8280
2015 Toyota Prado 3L TD VX 29 500 km Remainder of 3 year service plan Remainder of 5 year extended warranty Extra's – Sunroof, Escape gear seat covers towbar and underbody N$ 690,000.00 Contact: 081 149 0108 Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd Hand Shop We buy and sell anything of value
FOR SALE: Apricot seeds, full of Vit B17. Vit A and Vit C. Can be very beneficial for cancer patients health. N$ 140.00 for packet of 200g. Contact: 081 452 8697
ITEMS FOR SALE SWAKOPMUND CALL 081 567 4522 1 x FULL SIZE WOODWORKING SHOP PRICE NEG. //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 Slim-Line Build-In Oven, 4 plate Hob & Extractor Fan [like new] N$2500 Call 081 567 4522
PROPERTIES FOR SALE WAREHOUSE FOR SALE: Walvis Bay Laxor Park Size 261.3 m2 with office and toilet 3phase electricity 2.2 Million Contact: 081 205 4194
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SWAKOPMUND Vacant Plot - EXT 3 817m² - N$750 000-00 Vacant Plot - EXT 9 600m² - N$720 000-00 MILE 4 586m² - N$750 000-00 HERITAGE HILL Vacant Plots 600m² - N$518 000-00 665m² - N$627 000-00 660m² - N$640 000-00 726m² - N$860 000-00 977m² - N$970 000-00 TAMARISKIA PLOT & PLAN 3 Bed, 2 bath, open Plan kitchen/living, Double garage. N$1 490 000-00 SWAKOPMUND 4 Beds, 3 baths house, luxurious with awesome view, study, scullery, indoor BBQ & 3 Garages. N$4 050 000-00 GOGGA 081 169 6215 email@example.com
Omaruru: Level Erf for sale in extension 4 Size: 1036 m2 Very Well situated Price: N$ 300 000.00 Architect plans included for 3 bedroom house, double garage and Patio (236m2). Please call: Jaco- 0811271813 Frans-Antonie: 0811244308
3 Bed, 2 bath house with guest toilet open plan kitchen / living / dining area. Spacious entertainment area. Laundry / ironing room. Beautiful green garden, tandem garage with an extra garage & Outside BBQ. Inside / Outside, electric gate with high boundary walls. N$ 1 990 000.00 Claudia 081 169 6227
CFS PROPERTIES CC SWAKOPMUND FOR SALE HOUSE TAMARISKIA 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, lounge/dining. Single garage. N$1,300,000.00 FLAT VINETA 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, lounge/dining, bic, enclosed sun stoep, in secure complex, large courtyard, single garage/parking. N$1,300,000.00 Irene 081 353 5551 064 412320 Irene@cfsnamibia.com
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CFS PROPERTIES CC SWAKOPMUND MYL 4 FOR SALE HOUSE 2 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, lounge/dining, bbq, Tandem garage, alarm, burglar bars, freestanding, plus batchelor flat. N$1,630,000-00 Irene 081 353 5551 064 412320 Irene@cfsnamibia.com
Bargain sale Walvis Bay Large erf with 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom and double garage. Separate 2 bedroom flat with garage. Alarm and Burglar bars. N$1 875 000.00. Contact: 081 318 1314.
PLOT FOR SALE USAKOS Own this Plot and enjoy the Tranquility of Nature! Size: ± 7.6Ha - Plot nr 50 Price: N$750,000 Negotiable. Municipal pipeline, you must do your own connections Powerpole on plot you must buy your own transformer. Registered in Private Name! Contact Mr. Ronnie Thom on 081 246 9198
Narraville: Lovley 2 Bedroom flats with lounge open to kitchen, bathroom and own courtyard. N$495 000 – IN A GREAT BLOCK. Guaranteed rental of N$4000 per month KUISEBMOND · Homes as from N$660 000 up to N$950 000 – A LOT – ONLY AT THUNDER CALL US NOW AT 064 – 207354
PAM GOLDING RESIDENTIAL FOR SALE: VINETA: Townhouse, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms N$ 2 200 000 DIANA 081 748 0001 ROSSMUND: Townhouse, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms N$ 1 890 000 DIANA 081 748 0001 OCEAN VIEW: House, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms N$ 2 675 000 DIANA 081 748 0001 VOGELSTRAND: House, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms N$ 2 800 000 DIANA 081 748 0001 LONG BEACH: Duet, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms N$2 200 000 DIANA 081 748 0001
WALVIS BAY 2 Bedroom flats from the Lagoon, Central and Fairways from N$730 000 upwards CALL THUNDER ESTATES WALVIS BAY – OFFICE HOURS AT 064 – 207354 OR 0812775080 OR 0811292427
PAM GOLDING INDUSTRIAL FOR SALE: SWAKOPMUND INDUSTRIAL AREA: Warehouse and offices N$ 6 630 000 DIANA 0817480001
PROPERTIES TO RENT PAM GOLDING 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 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 SWAKOP CBD: Apartment, 2 Bedroom, 1 bathroom, single garage. N$6 000. Sonja 081 830 3471 SWAKOP CBD: Apartment, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, tandem garage. N$7 000. Sonja 081 830 3471 MILE 4: Furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, double garage, NO PETS. N$20 000. 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$14 500. Sonja 081 830 3471 VOGELSTRAND: 3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 garage townhouse. N$13 500. Sonja 081 830 3471 ROSSMUND: 4 Bedroom, 2 bathroom, double garage. N$16 725. Sonja 081 830 3471 INSIDE SHARING ROOM: Namport, Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay 1 Bedroom, sharing kitchen and toilet. W+E included. Rent: N$1900.00 p/m Deposit: N$1900.00 Available immediately. Contact: 081 147 3158
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TO LET FLATS 1 Bedroomed flat with lounge to kitchen, bathroom, no garage DSTV, water and lights included. N$4450 per month- MOVE RIGHT IN! Situated in Meersig NARRAVILLE Bachelor flats 2 of them available for N$3300 per month or nearest offer water and lights included. HOMES 3 Bedroom family home with bar, 2 bathrooms, indoor braai, 2 garages, built-in cupboards and built in stove In Kitchen, open plan lounge to kitchen, dining room huge yard. Walled in. N$10950 per month from 1 May 2017 4 Bed family home with lounge to kitchen to dining area, 2 bathrooms, 2 garage for N$12995 per month. Move right in. Walled in. 4 Bed family home in Meersig with lounge, kitchen, entertainment area with indoor braai, bathroom, laundry, double garage. N$10950 per month. Move Right in. Huge 5 Bed home in prime area with 4 bathrooms, lounge, dining area, enclosed lapa, sunroom, garages parking 4 vehicles, huge enclosed garden. MOVE RIGHT IN! 3 Bedrooms, lounge to dining to fitted kitchen, 21/2 bathrooms, study, TV Room, garages parking 4 cars. N$10995 per month. 1 July 2017. 3 Bed home with lounge to dining to kitchen, 2 bathrooms, double garage for N$8995 per month. Beautiful 3 home with lounge to kitchen, 2 bathrooms and garage for N$6650 per month. KUISEBMOND Move Right In OFFICES Offices from N$7500 VAT included INDUSTRIAL WAREHOUSES Warehouses from 315m2 upwards from N$11000 or nearest offer upwards. TO PICK AND CHOOSE. CALL HOUR OFFICE AT 064 – 207354 DURING OFFICES HOURS OR SEANINE AT 0812775080 OR CARINA AT 0811497332 To Rent: Swakopmund 3 bedrooms House, 2 bathrooms Kitchen Diningroom Living room Spacious Sunny Loft 2 Garages 3 balconies, Secure Courtyard with remote gate quiet street, central, water and electricity included N$12000 p/m contact Jost 081 404 7838
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PROPERTIES TO RENT Double Storey House To Rent SWAKOPMUND: OCEAN VIEW, EXTENSION 15, QUIVER STREET. 3 Bedrooms with 3 full bathrooms Main Bedroom with private sitting/tv room Sitting Room, Dining Room Kitchen, with washing room Guest Toilet, Indoor Braai / Entertainment Area Tandem Garage, Water Included, Prepaid Electricity. Alarm Connected to G4S payment to be paid extra Strictly Required Sober Tenants, NO Pets allowed. Monthly Payment of N$11,500.00 + Deposit. Contact Person: Mr Van Wyk Cell: 081 128 8281. 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 INDUSTRIAL: Warehouse with street parking. N$6 000. Sonja 081 830 3471
YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE, LIVE IN STYLE. Up market: Meersig new area near Golf Course. Newly built large 3 bedroom house, 3 bathrooms, open-plan kitchen, built in cupboards, double garage, indoor braai, fully alarmed, burglar bars, two courtyards. Five minute’s walk to the Lagoon. Pet friendly. Big yard where plenty of cars can park. Rent: N$10,900 p/m W+E excluded. One month deposit required. Available 1st May Contact: 064 204 986 / 081 697 8588 / 081 378 7347 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
TO LET WALVIS BAY CBD PALICAN MALL 80m² shop on ground floor. KUISEBMOND DARA COURT Newly built shops & offices to rent, centrally located. Yolanda 081 158 3463
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TO LET OCEAN VIEW Double storey, 3 bedrooms, 3 bath, guest toilet, Open-Plan kitchen, lounge & dining with Indoor BBQ with lots of B.I.C. in Complex (No Pets) N$ 11 000.00 SWAKOPMUND – Vogelstrand 3 Bed, 2 bath with a guest toilet, with 2 separate garages, immediate avail N$ 13 000.00 Ocean View 3Bed, 2 bath, double garage, open-plan kitchen/lounge with Indoor BBQ N$ 9500.00 LONGBEACH 3bed, 2bath, 1 garage, Sea View, with BBQ, Furnished Unit N$ 10 000.00 3 bed, 2 bath, double garage, Praia de la Gosta, Furnished Avail 1st of May 17 N$ 9600.00 Luise +264 81 653 0765 Lucille +264 81 169 6216 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na HOUSE TO RENT: Walvis Bay, Kuisebmond 1 Bedroom, open-plan kitchen / lounge, toilet, build in cupboards and stove, have alarm & trailers. Rent: N$3500.00 p/m Deposit: N$3500.00 Water included, electricity excluded (prepaid) Available from 1 May Contact: 081 247 2717 / 081 454 1947 / 081 147 3158
TO LET Swakopmund Waterfront Furnished 2 bedroom, 2 bathrooms with single garage with Indoor braai, N$ 11 000.00 LONGBEACH 3bed, 2 bath, double garage, open plan kitchen/lounge Praia de la Gosta, Unfurnished Unit Immediately Avail N$ 7700.00 ARANDIS 2 BED, 1 BATH N$3630.00 COMMERCIAL Showroom with Shop, garage office and strong room, available 1st of May 2017, N$ 25400.00 Luise +264 81 653 0765 Lucille +264 81 169 6216 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na
PROPERTIES TO RENT TO RENT: Walvis Bay Stern 4 (The Dock) Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1 guest toilet, open-plan kitchen, lounge, diningroom, inside braai, plenty cupboards, tandem garage, 2 private courtyards, blinds. Prepaid electricity, water included. Profile: 2 Parents, 2 children. Unit still available from 1 May, 1 June. No applications were yet successful. Quiet complex. Rent: N$8000.00 p/m + deposit payable over 2 months. Contact Hannah: 081 124 2151
TO LET SWAKOPMUND CBD N$10 000.00 FURNISHED 2 BED, 2 BATH, SINGLE GARAGE Furnished Apartment N$ 9500.00 Furnished 2 bedroom, 1 Bathroom, sunroom with kitchen and lounge and tandem garage, SWAKOPMUND INDUSTRIAL Large office space to rent N$ 22 000.00 Excl VAT WANTED: ALL TYPES OF PROPERTIES TO LET Luise +264 81 653 0765 Lucille +264 81 169 6216 +264 64 464 033 www.ramos.na
TO RENT: Newly built four bedroomed house to rent in Narraville. Modern kitchen with built in stove. Two bathrooms. A garage included. N$8000 per month with water and electricity included. Deposit is equal to one month's rent - payment terms of deposit is negotiable. Contact 081 847 9963 for more information.
WALVIS BAY CBD Brand new remote garages in secure complex. N$1000-00 p/m Yolanda 081 158 3463
TO LET: Narraville 1 Bedroom with shower, kitchen and small living area. N$3000 per month No deposit. Available immediately Contact: 081 277 7372
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TO RENT: Tamariskia 3 Bedroom house, kitchen, livingroom, diningroom, garage. For more details contact: 081 314 8331
WALVIS BAY CBD Palican Mall 80m² shop on ground floor. Yolanda 081 158 3463
TO RENT: Walvis Bay Industrial Area Syncrolift 2nd Street East Office space available. Contact: 081 124 3904
WALVIS BAY CBD Are you looking for office space. Look no further give me a call. Yolanda 081 158 3463 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 TO LET: Swakopmund Store / workshop in industrial area. 108 m² including W.C N$5000.00 p/m Immediately available. Contact: 081 122 7882 TO RENT: Narraville Bachelor flat, single person. N$2900.00 p/m Deposit - N$2000.00. Available 1 May 2017 W+E included. Contact: 081 227 2919 / 081 755 3594 WOONSTEL TE HUUR: 1 Slaapkamer woonstel in Meersig. Water + krag + DSTV ingesluit. Geen motorhuis. N$4500 p/m Kontak: 081 229 6468
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TO RENT: 1x Outside room to rent in Kuisebmond, Seapoint Own shower & toilet (no hot water) N$ 1 900.00 p/m W/E incl. Plus deposit Available 1 May 2017 1 Bedroom bachelor flat for rent in Kuisebmond behind Koeldrank Fontein warm water fully tiled burglar bars W/E incl. N$ 2 300.00 plus deposit. Contact: 081 240 9800
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Flat to Rent Longbeach: 2 Bedroom Flat to rent in Longbeach, Double Garage, Lounge, Open plan Kitchen, Built-Inn Cupboards, Fully Furnished in a secure complex with DSTV facilities. with indoor Braai Area Water and electricity excluded N$8000 p/m Please contact 081 128 5546 081 467 7693 CFS PROPERTIES CC SWAKOPMUND OCEANVIEW HOUSE TO LET 3 Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, open plan 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 or 064 412320 Irene@cfsnamibia.com Rossmund - Flat to Rent at Golf Estate. 2 Bedroom furnished flat with garage No Pets, drinking, smoking or music. N$11,000.00pm [inc water & elect] Call 081 122 6345 WAREHOUSES AND OFFICES TO LET: 1 x Warehouse and office 240m² to rent immediately available 1 x Warehouse 167,4m² to rent - immediately available Factory park Walvis Bay Contact Charmaine 081 625 9607
TO RENT: Narraville, Duin Stree A 1 bedroom flat for N$3500.00 p/m. W+E included. Available 1 May 2017. No garage. To view please contact: 081 243 9143 / 081 269 3004 WAREHOUSE TO LET: Walvis Bay Lexor Park Rental N$15 000 excl vat & W&E. size: 261.3 m² with office and toilet 3 phase electricity enabled. Contact: 081 205 4194
WALVIS BAY 20 4505
TO LET CENTRAL 2-bedroom unit with garage @ N$6500 available immediately LAGOON – FULLY FURNISH 2-bedroom unit water and electricity included @ N$9500 p.m. FAIRWAYS 3 Bedroom house with 2 garages @ N$8600 p.m. 4 Bedroom house with 2 garages @ N$13500 p.m.
Dianne 0812396323 204505 /
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WANTED Storeage Spaces To Let: 20km inland of Swakopmund: open, covered and enclosed storage space, suitable for equipment, goods, entire containers, ect. 085 560 4133
Show Room / Office/Retail Outlet CBD 290 M2 @N$ 20,000 + VAT Contact: 0812473026 or 062 518312
ACCOMMODATION YOSHI GUESTHOUSE In Walvis Bay, centre of town, own bathroom, self-catering, sparkling clean, secure parking, quiet environment, conference facility, DSTV, free wifi. Call: 081 148 6387 GHO01045
PROPERTIES WANTED TE HUUR GESOEK: Swakopmund Opsoek na 2 slaapkamer huis of woonstel in kompleks Prysklas: N$ 5 000.00 N$ 5 500.00 Kontak: 081 243 0646 081 470 9806 GESOEK: Te huur gesoek: Walvisbaai 1 Slaap kamer woonstel met garage. Water ingesluit. In Meersig, Lagoon of Hermis Kontak: 081 250 2409 GESOEK: Opsoek na skakelhuis te koop in Narraville. Kontak: 081 370 5616 / 081 261 1191
VACANCIES VACANCY: Dentist with experience in Endodontics. Send CV to: accounts@ drfox.co
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KUISEBMOND Various sizes of shops available & for viewing. Yolanda 081 158 3463
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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.
VACANCIES Beach Hotel Swakopmund is looking for Waiter / Waitress : with Grade 12, experienced min of 2 years in ‘a-lacarte’ or upmarket Lodges. Fluent in English, German is an advantage, Team Player, Honest, Punctual, Reliable, Well-mannered and Courteous. Please send your CV to email@example.com Netstar Namibia Vacancy: Auto Electrician Netstar training & certification advantageous Tracking system installations Swakopmund CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org Vacancy : CHEF We are looking for a forward thinking Chef, passionate about culinary arts. Should be a natural leader, able to work with staff, preparing of meals and setting menus for guests, stock and cost control, keeping the kitchen clean and tidy. Experience needed in preparation of meals for a large group of people, would also be an advantage. Sent your Cv’s to geckoridge.nam1 @gmail.com
VACANCY: We are in need of an honest, self-drivenand motivated receptionist for our Swakopmund branch. Following requirements is an absolute must: *Grade 12 certificate with all subjects passed. *At least 2 years experience *Clean ITC record *Positive References from previous 2-3 employers *Recent Police Clearance Certificate *Aged 25 to 40 If you have ALL the requirements, please submit your complete CV's with copies of all relevant documents and requirements to email@example.com VACANCY: Experienced Joiner Vacancy for an experienced joiner on a contract basis. Joiner will adhere to contractor standards. Based in Walvis Bay. Phone or sms details to: 081 602 2981 / 081 320 3590
Opsoek na n Afrikaans spreukende Nama dame vir 2 dae n week met verwysings. Skakel 081 470 7088 Vacancy Available A new Belgium Restaurant opening soon in Swakopmund: Urgently seeking experienced: 1) Chef 2) Barman Please email your detailed CV and Contact details to: helping firstname.lastname@example.org
JOBS WANTED I am looking for Driving work in the following field Front-End-Loader, Counter-balance Truck, Truck Driver, I have certificates in completing Driving Skills and Courses I do have an CODE 1 License. Can start immediately in Swakop or Walvis, please call me 081 614 8270 or 081 773 6209
JOB WANTED: I am 25years old, a woman and is looking for Domestic work, sleep-in work in WalvisBay, I can take care of kids as well. I can start immediately from Monday to Friday Please call me 081 662 0409
JOB WANTED: I am a 38 year old, looking for domestic work, ironing, cleaning. For 3 days a week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday’s. I have 3 years experience. I can speak English. In Walvis Bay. Contact Martha: 081 680 6989
JOB WANTED: Roseda age of 24 years is looking for Domestic work from Monday to Fridays Can start immediately Please call me 081 896 5063
JOB WANTED: A 26 year old lady, with grade 12 is looking for domestic work and in a daycare. In Walvis Bay or Swakopmund. I am honest, trustworthy, kind and hardworking. I am ready to start immediately. Contact: 081 359 4407
JOB WANTED: I am a 22 year old lady. I have a grade 12 certificate with 24 points and I am looking for work such as cleaning houses and offices or any work. For 3-4 days a week. In Walvis Bay. If you need me, contact: 081 597 1503 JOB WANTED: I am a 30 year old lady, looking for any kind of work in Walvis Bay and Swakopmund. I have a diploma in chef, waitress services and others. Contact: 081 798 6573 WERK GESOEK: Betroubare, eerlike 45 jarige vrou is op soek na huiswerk of kantoor skoon maak werk vir twee volle dae. Dinsdae, Donderdae. Rook of drink nie, werk netjies en ordentlik. Kontak: 081 471 8044 WERK GESOEK: Twee jong dames op soek na huiswerk, kinders oppas. Ek kan dadelik begin. Maandae tot Vrydae. Kontak Mina: 081 863 6425 Remelda 081 298 0239 JOB WANTED: I am a 28 year old and is currently looking for general work, domestic work or any kind of work. In Walvis Bay or Langstrand, from Mondays to Saturdays. Can do washing, cleaning and ironing. I have 5 years experience. Contact: 081 463 9689 JOB WANTED: I am a 39 year old looking for work as a driver. I have experience in driving, license with PDP Code 1 and a forklift permit operator and also know how to operate Dum Truck RG 777 on the mining. Anyone in need of an employee do not hesitate to contact me 081 233 3774.
WERK GESOEK: Ek is opsoek na enige tiepe werk. Ek is 33 jaar oud. Dit kan vir 2-3 dae wees of hele week. Ek rook en drink nie. Ek kan onmiddelik begin. Kontak: 081 474 3682 I am Lucia 36 years old looking for Domestic Work I can do Sleep-In Work as well. I can also baby-sit and children of age 1 - 5 years in Swakopmund only from Monday to Friday Please call 081 597 5958 Need a Safety Officer, call me. I am a qualified Safety Officer with NOSA SAMTRAC, HIRA, First Aid level A with seven years experience in the construction and mining industry. Also qualified as an Environmental Health Practitioner Assistant with three years experience in Solid Waste management as Foreman/Supervisor. Grade 12 pass and a Code B drivers licence. Ready to assume duty immediately. Call Jehny 081 631 8114/ 0814405124 I am looking for Office related work, I have Office administration Level 1, Computer Skills, Tally Clark experience, even office cleaning or work in a Market. I can start immediately in Swakop or Walvisbay. Please call me 081 773 6209 or 081 614 8270 WERK GESOEK: Ek soek huiswerk in Walvisbaai of Swakopmund. Praat Engels en Afrikaans. Skakel Hilma: 081 373 2749
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NOTICES MINISTRY OF TRADE & INDUSTRY LIQUOR ACT, 1998 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO A COMMITTEE IN TERMS OF THE LIQUOR ACT, 1998 (Regulations 14, 26 & 33) Notice is given that an application in terms of the Liquor Act,
1998, particulars of which appear below, will be made to the Regional Liquor Licencing Committee, Region Erongo . 1. Name and postal address of applicant: Paulus Nghilalulwa, P O Box 900, Walvis Bay. 2. Name of business or proposed business to which application relates: Pafri Bar. 3. Address/location of premises to which application relates: 6132 (Unit 7) Yellow Ta i l S t re e t ,
Kuisebmond. 4. Nature and details of application: Special Liquor Licence for a bar operating hours 10:00 (am) - 04:00 (am) - Mon - Sat. Public holiday & Sunday - 10:00(am) 00:00 (am). 5. Clerk of the court with whom application will be lodged: Walvis Bay. 6. Date on which application will be lodged: 27 April 2017. 7. Date of meeting of
Committee at which application will be heard: 7 June 2017.
Any objection or written submission in terms of section 28 of the Act in relation to the application must be sent or delivered to the Secretary of the Committee to reach the Secretary not less than 21 days before the date of the meeting of the Committee at which the application will be heard.
TO THE BEREAVED
MARKRAM FAMILY Our prayers and heartfelt condolences go out to your family for the loss of Mrs Markram. “Tears are God's gift to us. Our holy water. They heal us as they flow” Isaiah 57:1-2 Good people pass away; the godly often die before their time. But no one seems to care or wonder why. No one seems to understand that God is protecting them from the evil to come. For those who follow godly paths will rest in peace when they die.
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21 APRIL 2017
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Buccaneers Summer League concludes Wow.. What an end to the Summer League. In the A section running neck-n-neck, Danie Greeff came up against Clifford de Witt. What a tight battle it was, so much so, that after 20 minutes they were still neck-n-neck, so by mutual decision they played extra time. The okes were soaked with sweat and continued to play their hearts out. Cliffy had that extra little 'vasbyt' and managed to down Danie with a point or two to take the Cup for Group A. What a game and thoroughly enjoyed by all. Well played guys. In Group B Jaco de Witt dominated and took the cup with reasonable ease. Ze-Elias de Jongh took the cup for Group C and proved himself a worthy winner. In Group D, Joshua Wood's enthusiasm to improve shone through on the courts to take the cup and book him a slot in the next level. Charlton Brussel will definitely be promoted after breezing through Group E to take the cup. Christelle Eiman played like a star and definitely deserved to lift the Cup for Group F.
Winner Group A - Clifford de Witt with Jan de Smit
Winner Group C - Jan de Smit and Ze-Elias de Jongh
Winner Group D - Joshua Wood.
Winner Group E - Charlton Brussel.
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Winner Group F - Christelle Eiman