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Old salt trucks replaced

“Smart”salt trucks commissioned

Walvis Bay Salt commissioned the first three of five smart salt trucks on Monday, ushering in a new era for salt transportation between the salt works and the port of Walvis Bay. The trucks are hi-tech, performance based vehicles that will greatly reduce the impact on the town’s road infrastructure, noise pollution, and with less emissions. Walvis Bay Salt is the first in Africa to commission these trucks. So efficient are these trucks, that five can do the work the entire fleet of ten links did in the past, and daily trips between the salt mine and the port is cut by 50 % The trucks carry 64 tons of salt in one haul, compared to the old fleet of interlinks that carried 34 tons per haul. See the full media statement on the commissioning of the trucks on page 2 today’s edition.

Diamond mining gives N$26m to fight Covid-19

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Behind the scenes of Covidtesting

Walvis Bay pays tribute to Fuel attendant caught in the traffic officer Erastus Victor act cloning client’s bank card Despite swift action N$8000-00 withdrawn from victim’s account

Walvis Bay mourns the passing of one of its traffic officers, officer Erastus Victor, who passed away recently of Covid-19. Law enforcers and emergency services took part in a drive-by memorial for the late Victor at his home in Narraville on Wednesday afternoon. More pictures on page 2

A fuel attendant of Walvis Bay is in custody and is soon to appear in the magistrate's court on a charge of theft, after he was caught red handed this week using a scanning device to clone a client's bank card. Despite the fact that bank cards have a chip-and-pin feature, that makes card cloning difficult, the criminals seem to be staying one step ahead. The shocked victim spoke to Namib Times shortly after the incident this week. He explained he arrived at a certain fuel station to refuel his vehicle. When he presented his bank card, the fuel attended turned around and it was clear he was fiddling in his pocket. Continued on page 2

No bail for man who killed his girlfriend Sharlien Tjambari The 26-year-old man of Swakopmund, who was arrested for the alleged killing of his girlfriend on Saturday, remains in custody and will make a next appearance in the town's magistrate's court on 23 August this year. Continued on page 2

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Card cloner Continues from front page The customer sensed something is wrong and confronted the fuel attendant. Subsequently a card scanner was found on the attendant. Despite the fact that the victim contacted the police, whom arrived at the fuel station promptly to arrest the suspect, an amount of N$8000-00 was nonetheless withdrawn from the victim's account. At his bank, he was advised to entirely close his account and to open a new account, as the cloned card already compromised his pin code and other crucial personal information.

Officer Victor’s drive-by memorial

Motorcade in his honour delivers flowers at his home

Home memorial for officer Victor

Girlfriend killing

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Media Statement:

Five smart trucks replace entire fleet of salt trucks In its ongoing quest to optimise transport efficiencies, Walvis Bay Salt has partnered with Unitrans Namibia to introduce new Performance Based Standards (PBS) vehicles, or smart trucks, to move salt from its processing plant south of Walvis Bay to the port. The new PBS vehicles became officially operational Monday 18 July 2021. The company transports annually in the order of 600 000 tons of processed product to the port of Walvis Bay for exports to various markets internationally. The new fleet of 5 PBS vehicles will replace the previous fleet of 10 interlink trucks, reducing the daily number of trips by nearly half to less than fifty. According to Walvis Bay Salt Holdings' Managing Director Andre Snyman, the introduction of the new PBS vehicles is aimed at promoting safety, innovation and efficiency in transport. “Together with Unitrans Namibia we are the first company on the continent that has embraced this new A – double PBS transport technology; now we are bringing this to Walvis Bay.” The new trucks were designed and built by AFRIT in South Africa, a BUD Group sister company of Walvis Bay Salt, and boasts a payload of 64 ton compared to the 34 ton of the current interlink trucks. It is slightly longer at 27 metres as opposed to the 22-metre length of the current trucks. In total 5 new trucks will be introduced. Apart from a drastic reduction in the number of daily trips, the new A-Double Side Tipper trucks

also offer various other benefits including less load bearing on the road, better turning, less spilling, and a higher rollover stability. During January 2021 Walvis Bay Salt sponsored the upgrading of the surface at the intersection of Nangolo Mbumba Drive and 5th Road with a brick surface as part of a public – private partnership with the municipality of Walvis Bay. The PBS project was undertaken in partnership with Unitrans Namibia, the long-standing logistics partner of Walvis Bay Salt. The Roads Authority of Namibia and the local Walvis Bay Municipality have granted the necessary approvals to operate the vehicles on the same route as is currently being used. Walvis Bay Salt Holdings (Pty) Ltd, through its various subsidiaries, is the largest producer of solar sea salt in sub-Saharan Africa. Apart from its strategic location with direct access to principal international shipping routes through the Port of Walvis Bay, the company's focus on efficiency of freight and logistics has been central to its success in the southern African market.

Pre-Primary, Grade 1 and 8 open for 2022 enrollment

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Parents in Walvis Bay and Swakopmund can enrol their pre-primary, grade 1 and grade 8 learners for the 2021 academic year in Government schools.

Allen Antonius Fredericks is accused of having stabbed his girlfriend, Chriselda Smith (38) with a kitchen knife in public and in full view of her two friends, killing her instantly. The murder incident took place shortly after midnight on Saturday, in the Independence Park in Mondesa's Independence Street. According to Inspector Iileni Shapumba of the Namibian Police's public relations unit, Fredericks had a quarrel with Smith at their shared apartment on Friday night (16 July). The quarrel ended with Smith expelling Fredericks from their apartment. Fredericks went to buy cigarettes and upon walking back to the apartment spotted Smith walking in the street with two of her friends. That was around 20 minutes past midnight. As he approached them, Smith allegedly drew the kitchen knife to attack him. A scuffle ensued between Fredericks and Smith and he managed to wrestle the knife from her. He then used the same knife to stab her, killing her instantly. Fredericks made a first appearance before Magistrate Conchita Olivier and state Prosecutor Beata Mwahi. Mwahi opposed bail to Fredericks, arguing that would not be in the interest of the public's safety. Fredericks was advised to apply for legal aid.

The Erongo Regional Council, Directorate of Education, Arts and Culture announced that application for the enrolment can be done on Tuesday, 10 August 2021 for grade 1 learners, Wednesday, 11 August 2021 for grade 8 learners and Thursday, 12 August 2021 for pre-primary learners. Enrolments can be done at the respective schools in Walvis Bay and Swakopmund circuits only. Parents of pre-primary learners must remember that the learner must turn 6 in 2022. The learner should have been born in 2016 and a learner applying for grade 1 must turn 7 in 2022 (born in 2015). The documents needed are certified copies of the learner's full birth certificate, two passport photos and certified copies of the ID of the parent or guardian. “Parents and guardians should adhere to World Health Organisation health protocols, which include social distancing and wearing of masks during the application process. Enquiries for Walvis Bay can be made at the local circuit office schools at 064 - 200 218; at the Swakopmund circuit office at 064 - 41569.

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Namibian diamonds ensure N$26 million contribution TO the fight against Covid-19 De Beers Group, Namdeb, Debmarine Namibia and Namibia Diamond Trading Company (NDTC) (Namibia De Beers partnership) pledged a combined N$26 million to support the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Namibia. The pledge consists of a financial donation and in-kind support to assist with the rollout of the Namibia vaccination campaign. The support will be funded through a contribution of N$13 million from De Beers Group and a combined N$13 million from Namdeb, Debmarine Namibia and NDTC. The share of the pledge to be contributed by De Beers Group forms part of Anglo American's global commitment to supporting national vaccine programmes in the countries in which it operates. The Namibia De Beers partnership will continue to engage with Government and consider the best ways for the financial contribution to assist in procuring vaccines for the benefit of Namibia's population, while in-kind support will include the provision of medical facilities, personnel, equipment and supplies to assist with the delivery of the vaccine rollout. The Namibia De Beers partnership is committed to the fair and equitable distribution of vaccines and supports the priority approach as defined by the National Deployment and Vaccination Plan (NDVP) for COVID19 in Namibia. Bruce Cleaver, CEO of the De Beers Group, and Chairperson of the Namdeb Holdings Board said, “As we collectively respond to the im-

pacts of COVID-19, it's clear that partnership is more important than ever and we remain focused on finding the best ways to help meet the needs of our partners. In Namibia and around the world, COVID-19 has had a huge impact on everyone's lives, and vaccines provide us with a path towards health and economic recovery. I would like to pay tribute to the sterling leadership provided by Otto Shikongo in Debmarine Namibia, Riaan Burger in Namdeb and Brent Eiseb in NDTC, during these most trying times. Through a combination of financial support for national vaccine procurement and the provision of medical facilities, personnel, equipment and supplies, we are committed to playing a meaningful role in supporting Namibia's national vaccine rollout and helping protect its citizens from the virus.” The contribution to the national vaccine rollout programme follows prior support provided by the Partnership, to assist Namibia in responding to the COVID19 pandemic. In 2020, De Beers provided a N$15 million in-kind contribution, enabling the procurement of a PCR testing machine, supported the establishment of border screening facilities (in partnership with the

Anglo-American Namibia foundation), and the upgrading of the Lüderitz Hospital High Care Unit in partnership with Debmarine Namibia. Namdeb played a pivotal role in supporting vulnerable households from the communities of Lüderitz, Aus and Rosh Pinah, by providing food parcels and increasing school support to affected families. Namdeb also provided isolation facilities in Lüderitz, which are used by the Ministry of Health and Social Services to isolate and treat COVID19 positive patients. In collaboration with the University of Namibia (UNAM), Debmarine Namibia established a laboratory and placed two fully functional PCR Testing units at the University. This collaboration has strengthened the UNAM knowledge base on COVID-19 testing, and supported the Debmarine Namibia operations in conducting tests for employees and complemented national testing efforts. Thirty highspec ventilators were also donated to the Ministry of Health and Social Services for placement at various hospitals. Meanwhile, NDTC provided a range of support to all its employees and their families to ensure safe and continuous operations, albeit with

stringent COVID-19 related measures in place. This ensured the continued sale of diamonds by Namdeb and

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Behind the scenes of Covid-19

Contributed While many people know what it is like to be tested for COVID-19, only a few people know what happens to the samples once the swab has been taken. Due to the recent surge in cases in Namibia, staff from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Namibia have been volun-

teering to assist the Namibia Institute of Pathology Limited (NIP) laboratory team at Wi n d h o e k C e n t r a l Reference Laboratory (WCRL) to sort the

samples received from testing sites across the country. The NIP lab is open 12-16 hours a day, seven days a week, and the pressure on the permanent staff has

been immense. CDC's practical support has helped to ease the burden, allowing team members to have time off while not compromising testing turn-

around times. Samples come to the Windhoek NIP lab from clinics and hospitals across the country. When they arrive, the first step is to unpack the boxes. Inside are samples, accompanied by the case information forms. The forms are checked for any that are urgent and organized into alphabetical order to speed up the process of re-matching the forms to the samples. Each sample is then matched to its form to check that all documentation is in place. This is done because sometimes some samples can arrive without forms, or some forms can arrive without samples. Any urgent samples are quickly identified and prioritised for testing. The sorting process is simple but is laborious and takes time. Once each sample is matched to the corresponding form, the sample is manually labelled with the unique patient information number on the form. The samples are then organized into a sample tray, ready to be loaded into the testing machine or for manual extraction. NIP receives between 1000 and 3000 samples each day. Even if it takes just one minute to sort each sample, this still means it will take 16 and half hours to sort just 1000 of all the samples received if this job was being performed by a single person. This is why having sufficient personnel is critical, to ensure the results can be processed in a timely fashion. “The laboratory staff are working long hours,

every day of the week testing the COVID-19 samples. These people are unsung heroes,” said Tuku Ndevaetela, one of the CDC Namibia volunteers assisting with the sorting of samples. “I am in awe of the laboratory staff who have been working in the COVID-19 laboratory for the last 18 months”. Every week, Namibia is testing over 20,000 COVID-19 samples. At the start of July, around 40% of the samples tested each day were positive. While this does not mean that 4 in 10 people in the community have COVID-19, (the testing has a strong bias given that many samples are due to contact tracing from known COVID-19 positive cases), the number of positive results is still worryingly high, indicating that the virus is spreading unchecked in the communities. “We must stop the spread of the virus,” says Dr. Suzanne Beard, Laboratory Team Lead for CDC Namibia. “We need to wash our hands, wear a mask, avoid gatherings and get vaccinated. In the laboratory, we are seeing an increase in samples, and an increase in the proportion of positive results. We are also seeing an increase in the number of urgent requests for patients who are hospitalized. We can see just how serious the situation is and we know what needs to be done. But we do not know if the public will take the steps needed to stop the virus from spreading. The laboratory technicians are delivering

the results day after day, and the healthcare providers are caring for the sick, day after day. We need the public to stop the spread of the virus, day after day too. We all have to do our part to end this pandemic”. At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, like many countries in the world, Namibia did not have any capacity to test for the novel corona virus. Eighteen months later, the country is meeting the testing demand despite an exponential third wave that has seriously challenged the country. The fact that Namibia is successfully keeping up with the demand for COVID-19 testing during this third wave is one of the success stories of the country's response. People are getting tested and receiving their results, often within 24 – 48 hours. This makes it much easier for people to know whether or not they have COVID-19 and to make the right decisions on the next steps they should take. “Namibia's success in testing for COVID-19 is one of the reasons why the country will see an end to this third wave,” said Jessica Long, who leads the U.S. Embassy as Chargé d'Affaires. “We are able to understand how quickly the virus is spreading and the country can adjust its public health regulations accordingly. The laboratory technicians across the country are playing a behind-thescenes role in helping us to reach better times. Namibia cannot fight this pandemic without them.”

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Probe commences into Magic Discounters fire

The Walvis Bay fire brigade leads an investigation into the possible cause of the fire which totally destroyed the Magic Discounters complex in the town’s central business district early on Monday morning. Meanwhile, the management of Magic Discounters cautioned the public against rumours that the store manager, Mr. Martin Cordier was arrested for arson. There is no truth in that. Mr. Cordier and his son were in actual arrested, but were on charges of failing to comply with the instructions of a police officer and trespassing into an area cordoned off by police. That was at the fire scene. Mr. Cordier and his son is out on N$2000-00 bail each and will defend themselves against these allegations made by the Police.




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O&L Group takes rescue measures Press Statement: “The devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the tourism industry in particular, and the commensurate mitigating measures taken by governments around the world whereby industry revenues collapsed, can be described as worse than the worst-case scenarios anticipated locally and globally”, says Norbert Wurm, Managing Director of O&L Leisure. In a statement issued on Wednesday, 21 July 2021, O&L Leisure – a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver &List (O&L) Group – announced its decision to introduce urgent rescue measures to safeguard the future sustainability of its business and mitigate the risk of the impact on an already crippled

tourism sector. Says Wu r m : “ Wi t h t h e pandemic continuing to impact us negatively and the current government regulations and health measures including restrictions on trading in our restaurants and international travel regulations linked to infection levels, we are further hampered in our

ability to operate our business resulting in this situation becoming unsustainable. Our focus during and throughout this crisis has always been to trade our way out of this difficult situation, with emphasis on revenue generation, while reducing costs without reducing standards and simultaneously

protecting livelihoods. Unfortunately, the 3rd wave of the pandemic has hit the region and our business, like many others, hard especially during the second quarter of the year.” During the entirety of the crisis until recently, O&L Leisure has reduced overtime costs and adjusted work schedules, amongst

others, while choosing not to resort to restructuring, retrenchments, or man-datory salary reductions. “In an effort to alleviate the pressure and safe-guard the wellbeing of our employees and sustain our business, we unfortunately have no other choice but to take necessary measures to ensure we overcome the short-term challenges facing us. Having exhausted all other alternatives, our focus remains on securing jobs and livelihoods in a sustainable manner while requiring a collective sacrifice by all, whereby we urgently need to reduce our operating requirements in line with forecasted activity and in terms of section 12 of the Labour Act”, Wurm said. O&L Leisure has as such effected the following temporary measures at its various properties/sites with basic salary reductions of between 25-50% (depending on level of activity) (not total Cost to Company/CTC incl. allowances and benefits, etc.), effective 1 August 2021 to 30 October 2021:

·Chobe Water Villas and Mokuti Etosha Lodge will be closed temporarily until 1 October when it will be reopened. ·Strand Hotel Swakopmund will remain open for business with reduced operations and its Farmhouse Deli remaining in operation for in-house guests and take-away. ·Midgard Country Estate will remain open for business and at full operation with ongoing training and construction for official opening towards the end of September. ·The O&L Leisure Central Office will also reduce working hours between 25% and 50%, depending on work requirements, and remuneration adjusted accordingly. “These are trying times and while we had hoped to overcome this crisis, we now have the opportunity to become more resilient than ever before by collectively taking hands and pushing through this crisis, together. Guided by our collective Purpose of 'Creating a Future, Enhancing Life' that requires us to be

responsible and our Vision 2025 which is 'to be a catalyst for positive change, creating new realities, and fulfilling dreams', I am confident and inspired by our team's passion and resilience that speaks for itself, and therefore have no doubt that we will unite in finding breakthroughs to overcome this crisis as we cannot afford to put our jobs and livelihoods; and, indeed the future of our business, at risk. I would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to our people – our valued employees – for their commitment and sacrifice as well as our valued stakeholders and customers for your continued support over the last fifteen (15) months as we navigated through these troubled waters. Please note that the measures implemented are only temporary and we look forward to welcome you to the iconic Strand Hotel Swakopmund as well as the new and exciting, revamped Midgard - where you can still experience and enjoy our warm Namibian hospitality, worldclass food and service excellence while having a good time away from home. We are also confident and optimistic that our Chobe Water Villas and Mokuti Etosha Lodge will reopen on the 1st October and therefore welcome you to make your bookings in advance to avoid disappointment. Let us take hands, endure and overcome this together to ensure the future for ourselves and each other, our country, our children and generations to come”, Wurm concluded.

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23 JULY 2021 Rule 7(1) COMBINED SUMMONS IN THE HIGH COURT OF NAMIBIA ( Main Division ) Case Number : HC-MDCIV-ACT-MAT2020/04329 In the matter between: ALIDA LOTHIA DICK PLAINTIFF and PAUL EDWARD DICK DEFENDANT To the deputy-sheriff: INFORM PAUL EDWARD DICK, Male, with Physical Address ERF 85, NAMIB STREET, NARRAVILLE, WALVIS BAY, ERONGO, Namibia, 9000 , hereafter called the defendant(s), that ALIDA LOTHIA DICK , Female, with Physical Address ERF 508, BLOCK A, REHOBOTH, HARDAP, Namibia, 9000 , hereby institutes action against him or her in which action the plaintiff(s) claims the relief and on the grounds set out in the particulars annexed hereto. INFORM the defendant

NAMIB TIMES further that if he or she disputes the claim and wishes to defend the action he or she must 1 Within 10 days of the service on him or her of this summons file with the registrar of the court at High Court of Namibia (Main Division) notice of his or her intention to defend and serve a copy thereof on the plaintiff's legal practitioner, which notice must give an address (not being a post office box or poste restante) referred to in rule 14(3)(b) for the service on the defendant of all notices and documents in the action, but, if the defendant chooses to have further pleadings served on him or her by way of electronic means, such electronic address must be provided to the plaintiff in the notice of defence. 2 Simultaneously with the delivery of the notice of intention to defend, the defendant must deliver the return in terms of rule 6(4), which contains the following information about the defendant: "(a) in the case of a natural person, his or her full names, identity number where available and if a Namibian citizen or any other person ordinarily resident in Namibia, his or her physical

address and where available, his or her telephone or cellular phone number or both, workplace telephone number, facsimile number and personal or workplace email address or both; (b) in the case of a close corporation, its name and registration number, postal address and registered office referred to in section 25 of the Close Corporations Act 1988 (Act No. 26 of 1988) and the particulars referred to in paragraph (a) of at least one member or officer as defined in that and the particulars referred to in paragraph (a) of at least one member or officer as defined in that Act and the particulars referred to in paragraph (a) of its accounting officer appointed in terms of section 59 of that Act; (c) in the case of a company, its name and registered number, postal address and registered office referred to in section 178 of the Companies Act 2004 (Act No. 28 of 2004) and the particulars referred to in paragraph (a) of at least one director and the secretary referred to in section 223 of that Act including all particulars referred to in section 223(1) of that Act and in case of the officer or secretary of any other body corporate the

particulars referred to in paragraph (b) of section 223(1) of that Act; (d) in the case of any other juristic person, the particulars referred to in paragraph (a) of at least one officer or secretary or a person, by whatever name called, running its affairs; and (e) in the case of a trust which is duly authorised to litigate, the particulars referred to in paragraph (a) of all trustees and a reference number given by the master to the trust deed registered with the master." 3 The particulars provided in terms of item 2 remain binding on the party to which they relate and may be used by the court, or by the other party to effect service of any notice or document on such party or give notice to such party. 4 As soon as the managing judge has given notice of a case planning conference in terms of rule 23(1), he or she is required to meet with the plaintiff in order to agree a case plan in terms of rule 23(3) for submission to the managing judge for the exchange of pleadings, and the time within which he or she must deliver his or her plea and counterclaim, if any, will be determined by the court having regard to such

plan and if he or she fails to cooperate in submitting such a plan, the court will determine the time within which he or she must deliver his or her plea and counterclaim, if any , and he or she must comply with such order. INFORM the defendant further that if he or she fails to file and serve notice of intention to defend judgment as claimed may be given against him or her without further notice to him or her or if, having filed and served such notice, he or she fails to plead, except, make application to strike out or counterclaim, judgment may be given against him or her. And immediately thereafter serve on the defendant a copy of this summons and return it to the registrar with whatsoever you have done thereupon. DATED at Windhoek on this 16th day of October 2020. WILLEM CHRISTIANS Legal practitioner for the plaintiff WT Christians Legal Practitioners Erf 122, Block B, Rehoboth c/o Engelbrecht Attorneys Brandberg Street No. 2 Eros, Windhoek Rehoboth, Hardap Region Namibia, 9000 Office Reference Number: ALD/0003 Tel: 062-523 447 Fax: 062-523 447 TO: PAUL EDWARD DICK ERF 85, NAMIB STREET, NARRAVILLE, WALVIS BAY, ERONGO, Namibia, 9000 Authorize Code: HxZtdP AND TO: Registrar of the High Court Main Division Windhoek AND TO: Registrar of the High Court Main Division Windhoek

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, Portion 220, a Portion of Portion 221 (portions of Portion 193) Walvis Bay Town a n d To w n l a n d s (Unserviced Block Erven) and a portion of the Remainder of Portion 193 Walvis B a y To w n a n d Townlands (Street) situated in the dunefield to the east of Meersig and Fairway Estate for the purposes of a Golf Course Estate to President's Links Estate (Pty.) Ltd.. This sale of land application is the second land allocation application to President's Links Estates (Pty.) Ltd. approved by the Council for the purposes of a Golf Course Estate. The combined total of both approved land allocations is ±1,483,749m² (±148.3749ha.) Description: Portion 220, a Portion of Portion 221 (portions of Portion 193) Walvis B a y To w n a n d Townlands (Unserviced Block Erven) and a portion of the Remainder of Portion 193 Walvis Bay Town and Townlands (Street) Area: ±373,254m ² (37.3254 Hectares)


Zoning: Undetermined Purchase Price: N$18,685,095.24 – e x c l u d i n g VAT (N$50.06/m²) or N$21,487,859.53 – including VAT. An additional amount of N$1,868,509.52 – e x c l u d i n g VAT (N$2,148,785.95 – including VAT) is to be paid to the Council's Landscaping Fund. Full particulars pertaining to the intended sale by private transaction will lie open for inspection by interested persons until Tuesday 10 August 2021 at Room 45, Municipal Offices, Kuisebmond. For more information, Ms Merinda Matsuis can be contacted at telephone (064) 201 3235 during normal office hours. Any person objecting to the proposed sale may, in writing, lodge an objection together with the grounds/motivation thereof, to the Acting Manager: Housing and Properties at the above address or to Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay, before or on Friday 13 August 2021 at 12:00. MERINDA MATSUIS Acting Manager: Housing and Properties Municipal Offices, Civic Centre Nangolo Mbumba Drive Private Bag 5017 Walvis Bay Fax: (064) 209 714 Telephone: (064) 201 3235 E-Mail: mmatsuis@walvisbayc

12 NAMIB TIMES ESTATE NOTICE Estate No: E1480/2021 In the estate of the late Margarete Martha Elizabeth Trümer, Id No 340817 0011 7, who died on 1 October 2020, ordinarily resident at Unit14, Lions Village, Rhode Allee, Swakopmund, Namibia and at the time of death, resident at Susanne Grau Heim, Windhoek, Republic of Namibia and who was unmarried.

23 JULY 2021 Creditors and debtors of the above estate are called upon to lodge their claims or pay their debts to the e s t a t e a t t h e undermentioned address within a period of 30 days from date of publication of this notice.

H E AHRENS Executrix c/o KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Haus Altona 2 - 6 Tobias Hainyeko Street P O Box 1455 Swakopmund (Ref: HEA/AW-EST 219/0001-50)

ESTATE NOTICE Estate No: E151/2021 In the estate of the late Peter Jürgen Ahrens, Id No 451011 0026 9, who died on 15 January 2021, was ordinarily resident at 29 Olaf Palme Street, Windhoek, Namibia and at the time of death, resident at Marie Douglas Frail Care Centre, Swakopmund, Namibia and who was unmarried.

Creditors and debtors of the above estate are called upon to lodge their claims or pay their debts to the e s t a t e a t t h e undermentioned address within a period of 30 days from date of publication of this notice.

H E AHRENS Executrix c/o KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Haus Altona 2 - 6 Tobias Hainyeko Street P O Box 1455 Swakopmund (Ref: HEA/AW-EST 219/0001-50)

NOTICE OF SALE OF BUSINESS Take notice that Swakop Bookshop CC intend to alienate and dispose of its b u s i n e s s Swakopmunder Buchhandlung carried on at No 22 Sam Nujoma Avenue, Swakopmund to and in favour of Books and Art Dealers CC, who shall carry on the business for its own account at the aforesaid premises, and this publication shall serve as due notice having been given in terms of section 34 of the Insolvency Act, 1936 . Dated at Swakopmund on 21 July 2021. KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Legal Practitioners Haus Altona 2 - 6 Tobias Hainyeko Street P O Box 1455 Swakopmund (REF: HV/RKSWA14/0001-70

ESTATE NOTICE Estate No: E425/2021 In the estate of the late Simon Shingenge, Id No 820304 1039 7, of No 6588, Kilimanjaro Street, Walvis Bay, who died on 19 October 2020, (Master Reference E 425/2021) and who was married in community of property to Tresia Ndakalako Bernadius ID No. 920702 0076 0. 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 one (21) days from date of publication hereof at the office of the Master of the High Court Windhoek and the M a g i s t r a t e ’s C o u r t WALVIS BAY.

Should no objection thereto be lodged with the Master concerned during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payment in accordance wth the account. H VISSER (MRS) Agent of the Executor c/o KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Haus Altona 2 - 6 Tobias Hainyeko Street P O Box 1455 Swakopmund (Ref: HV/LM-EST 225/0001-70) NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In the High Court of Namibia (Main Division) Case No: 1348/2016 In the matter between: NCN BUILD & PROPERTIES CC PLAINTIFF / JUDGMENT DEBTOR And RICHARD HARVEY 1ST DEFENDANT / JUDGMENT CREDITOR GREGORY N.O. VALERIE JENNIFER 2ND DEFENDANT / JUDGMENT CREDITOR GREGORY N.O. SYBILLE GREGORY N.O. 3RD DEFENDANT / JUDGMENT CREDITOR In execution of a Warrant of Execution against the above judgment debtor granted by the above Honourable Court on 21st day of May 2021, the following moveable property will be sold in execution by public auction on FRIDAY, the 06th of AUGUST 2021 at 10H00 at ERF NO. 3764, 24 G R A N D AV E N U E , INDUSTRIAL AREA, WALVIS BAY namely: 2 x 150L Storage water heaters 4 x 100L Storage water heaters 4 x Pallet racks 1 x White pallet rack 2 x Steel racks 2 x Blue steel tool boxes with accessories 2 x Wash basins 1 x Blue water pump 8 x Assorted water pumps 5 x Toilet basins 1 x Red fire frame and hoser 20 x Metador weather seals 2 x Splash matic taps 1 x Ryobi hand drill 1 x Impulse sealer 1 x Electric rolling door motor 8 x Hand hammers (ball heads) 1 x Makita concrete hand drill Assorted concrete nails 4 x Electric motors 2 x Dish wash basin 4 x Nail guns and 2 x red nail guns 2 x Libbang drills Assorted spotlight bulbs + / 30 3 x Boxes with Phillips lighting Assorted pipe fittings Assorted pipe holders 1 x Toll with electric wire 1 x Skill saw 1x Bench cutter 1 x Concrete mixer TERMS: "VOETSTOOTS" and CASH to the highest bidder. Dated at WALVIS BAY this 16th day of JULY 2021. PIETER HAMMAN LEGAL PRACTITIONERS Unit 2, 109 Theo Ben Gurirab Street WALVIS BAY REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA

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SERVICES COASTAL DRUM HIRE Drum & Skip Hire Refuse removal & bin cleaning For removal of: Garden refuse Builders trash Unwanted sand, etc Retail refuse Garden services contact us for quotation Contact Willem Alberts 081 129 7482

Accounting services at affordable prices. We specialise in the following: Monthly bookkeeping /full accounting; VAT Audits/VAT+Imports/Paye /Salaries/IRP5's / Monthends/ Management Acc's/ Income Tax/Provisional Tax/CC Registrations, cash flow reports, Business Plans. Keep your records and taxes up to date and contact us for all your accounting needs on 081 333 5230 or visit our website on www.sraccountingservic

OFFICE & HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE REMOVAL SPECIALISTS Namibia - South Africa Household & Office. Mobile: + 264 814093522 email: nktransportnam MAMA SINDI A well known South African female doctor Sangoma from Kwazulu natal (Durban) is here to heal, treat and solve your problems. Lost lovers will be back to you, women problems, work, lucky charms, protection and many more. Located Lagoon, Walvis Bay Mama Sindi 081 327 4512

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

INTERNATIONAL TRADITIONAL DOCTOR Dr. Oupa Chimeza the Giant, stop suffering and crying There is hope, Oupa Chimeza is in Walvis Bay with very strong medicine from Malawi, he has 23 years experience in various problems and diseases. He is professional in bringing back lost lovers within a short time, pregnancy problems, court cases, job problems, stop drinking alcohol and smoking. Hips enlargement, debts, BP, stroke and many more, come and experience wonderful miracles happening in your life. Call Oupa Chimeza 081 558 7112

DR FAMBA WILL NOT DISAPPOINT YOU Well experienced traditional Doctor who destroys all types of witchcraft power that is happening in people's life and he brings back all your luck which is taken through witching he genuinely helps with the following problems: 1. Removing bad luck completely 2. Brings back lost lover 3. Destroys tokoloshi in your life 4. Restoring birth rights lucky 5. Stop bad dreams 6. Breaking the chains of family problems and diseases 7. Provide powerful protection against your enemies 8. Blocking your partner not to cheat on you 9. Cure all witchcraft diseases 10. Brings back financial happiness 11. Job opportunities 12. Customer attraction boost your business 13. Promotion 14. Tracing stolen properties 15. Winning gambling 16. Winning love partner 17. Cure weak erection 18. Treating cancer, TB, diabetes, Epilepsy, stroke, Bp, womb pain, joint pain, gout. 19. Hip and manhood enlargement 20. Removing black spots on your skin 21. Stimulate sexual desire and long lasting in bed. Don't hesitate to contact him now to witness the end of your problems. 081 396 1919

TRADITIONAL DOCTOR: Dr. S Jeke (The Best). Bad Luck Luck Muti - Love Problems Marriage to keep your lover just for yourself - Work problems - Promotions - To get ten-ders and to boost your business - People don’t want to pay you back Pregnancy Problems Protection of Farms, Houses, Cars and Animals Sexual transmitted sickness all sickness Asthma, BP Remove to-koloshi from bodies, houses - Men’s power sexuality - Spiritual doctors in need of more spiritual powers, etc. House Nr.(79) 3191D, Johanna Benson Street Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay. Cell: 081 303 3149

Opportunity just comes once am the Great Chief Zhivago call me now or whatsapp for your serious problems to be solved, i have good news to all ladies out there I come with solutions to your problems, to dry the wetness of a woman wen making love, your man to understand you after quarrelling, to love you mor and ot going to other women, to keep your marriage strong and happy, call back lost lovers, instant money work of leadership money rituals business to move forward, marriage problem, promotion in work place, lack of jobs client problems sickness, court case girlfriend / boyfriend problems, lack of child family problems, when you want something from someone, when you want power, when you need population inside your work or church and many more. 081 201 7556 DR ABU YAKEN DR LOVE Dealing with only love problems Expert in lost lovers Marriage problems Call love line 081 862 1832 DR ZANIA Pay after success, same day results. Bringing back lost lover the same day, get a lover of your choice, get married quickly to man or woman of your choice, stop your partner from cheating and make him or her love you only, get attracted to a rich man or woman, all pregnancy problems, financial problems, magic ring for money, chitaka wallet, clear debts, manhood enlargement 5 cm to 30 cm, hips and breast enlargement and many more. Dr Zania: 081 254 9875

MALAWIAN TRADITIONAL DOCTOR GOGO DIMBA The name that carries weight. Is in Walvis Bay with over 40 years experience. And is specializing in various problems and diseases such as! Bringing back lost lovers in 4 days, binding your lover to be yours only and to stop him/her from cheating. To get a man or a woman of your choice Removal of Badluck Cleaning out your complicated and challenging court cases Jobs and promotion pregnancy problems Winning tenders and contracts Rejuvinate mens power during sex and to boost weak erections Penis enlargement – revenge Recovering your stolen property. To stop woman from prolonging menstruation and many more complicated problems and other diseases. experience wonderful miracles happening in your life, you will never regret. Come and visit a doctor with a difference for appointment call 081 327 4510 MALAWIAN TRADITIONAL DOCTOR Oupa Savala The old man is in Walvis Bay with over 30 years experience and specializes in various problems or diseases Such as bringing back lost lovers in 5 days To bind your lover and stop him/her with cheating on you. To get a woman or man of your choice. Removal of bad luck, to win any complicated court cases 100% protection of bodies and houses from witchraft Winning contracts and tenders, rejuvenate men during sex and boostking weak erections Penis enlargement, headaches, backache, pain, recovering stolen goods, stopping or prolonging menstruation And many more complicated problems and diseases You will not regret for more information call The Old Man Oupa Savala 081 844 3255

Traditional Doctor Moyo Tired of running up and down, going everywhere but not achieving your real goals, here is your doctor to prove everything for you. He helps with different types of problems such as court cases, love affairs, marriage prob-lems, weak erections which is unable to satisfy headaches, chest pains, chasing of bad luck spirits, job problems, stop lover from cheating you [man or woman] Business improvements, all types of good luck. preg-ancy problems, have protected life, never give up your life, your doctor is here to cleanse and lift you up. Come at 471 Mandume Ya Ndemufayo Street Mondesa Swakopmund or call Doctor Moyo 081 339 5913 100% Dr KOI KOI and Professor GONONDO Wipe your tears and stop sufferingI am old enough, I don't have time to play with people who have serious problems, I work with experience, I don't rush for peoples money without helping them first. Don't lose hope because another Dr failed you. Come to me!!! The only Miracle water from the Volcanoes Are you stressing of money * Love/relationship * Lost & building properties * Job searching * Court cases * Pregnancy * Bad luck /remove evil spirits / get rid of enemies * Unhappy marriage * Mens penis enlargement * Spirit powers for pastors/ Sangomas/ political/ leader * Finish unfinished job with 69 years of experienced Zamba & Jososeph Only man you can trust for quick and effective results. 100 % guaranteed. Call Dr Koi Koi and Prof. Gonondo: 081 301 3297

TESTIMONY Mike Misoya in Malawi I tried many prophets, traditional doctors. My problems never solved until i contacted Mr Mike Misoya. During lockdown I lost my work as a result lost my house due to non payment. Got sick. I contacted Mr Misoya. He sent me beads, rings and powder, everything changed. I got money, paid my house, all debts, got a new job, got my blood pressure normal, i had doubt since, he is far in Malawi, but the results are amazing. If you are tired of trying lots of prophets and doctors. Do not hesitate. Contact Mike Misoya +265 995 694 840 100% Dr King Mbabani The old man from Swaziland is here for you. Specializing in: * Bring back lost lover in 2 days * Stop your cheating lover * Open your luck * Success in Business and more customers * Make mens penis / private parts big and strong permanently * Control early ejaculation * Make more rounds during sex * Help men and women produce (pregnancy and fertility) * Reduce women private parts * Bring back stolen property * win court cases and lotto, gambling. Come and witness the power!081 458 5885 MALAWIAN TRADITIONAL DOCTOR “Doctor Nalilo “The Great” has over 40 years experience and treats various diseases and problems such as: Bringing back lost lovers in a very short time Removal of bad luck Winning very tough and challenging court cases Binding your lover to be yours only, and to get a man of your choice, and to stop him / her from cheating on you. Pregnancy problems, protection of body and house from witchcraft, removing out tokoloshes, stop bad dreams, winning contracts & tenders, weak erections on men during sex, penis enlargement, headache, swollen of feet, recovering stolen goods, and many more complicated problems & diseases.Please call Doctor Nalilo “The Great” on 081 495 2159 the only name to remember

SERVICES NYASA HERBALS AFRICAN CLINIC Dr Banda 081 740 7321 Specialist in various forms of African Traditional healing, spells, spiritual healing solutions to assist you with any challenges you might be facing. reconciliation with lost love (lover) Strong lucky charms for work & promotion Get the job of your choice & qualification (you will be the favorite candidate amongst all short listed Win tenders, get loans approved, start your own business & attract customers/clients Healing chronic diseases such as epilepsy, asthma, high blood pressure, sugar diabetes and more. Using purely organic herbs. Indegenous Southern African mixtures & ancient healing methodologies, will also assist you with lifestyle habits changes to deal with addiction & weight loss Guguda - men enlargement in 3 sizes, medium, large & extra large, with proven results & testimonies Prayers, healing, fortune telling, dream interpretations. Finance, pregnancies & more Visit him in town, next to Choppies Supermarket Call, text, whatsapp 081 740 7321 DR KAMUZU 081 777 4547 Traditional doctor newly arrived. Pay after success. Lost lovers, marriages, diseases, man power. Finance, unfinished jobs. Protection now in Walvis Bay and in Swakopmund on request. TRADITIONAL DOCTOR KALENGA: He can help you through: Pregnancy - Education Court Cases - Love Affairs Marriage Pro-blems - Bad Luck - Bus-inesses Protection at Home Removal of Tokoloshi - Mens’ Power - Sexuality - Exams Job Problems etc. Walvis Bay & Swakopmund. Cell: 081 201 7887 DR BABA KAREEM Lucky means being in the right place at the right time, Think about how much you lost to many Doctors without success. Here is a powerful Doctor who is after your fast relies not cash. LOVE ISSUES: *I challenge to bring back your back lost lover and make him/her apologise and be under your feet forever. *Get a lover of your choice or without proposing (using upile oil) *pregnancy problems *Menhood enlargement in all sizes and stronger in bed *Clear your debts/Loans quickly *Fix financial problems, get money in your bank account using chida, * Win tenders win lotto and gambling and contracts *promotion at work *I am good in making a woman to be excellent in bed, to be sweeter for good, *Pass exams, I am looking for those people that other doctors failed to assist, finish unfinished job and many more. Mail Order Available Call Now Baba Kareem 0812528744

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SERVICES Dr Atwabi; pay after success, same day results Bring back your lost lover the same day, get a lover of your choice, get married quickly to a man or a woman of your choice, stop your partner from cheating and make him or her to love you only, get attracted to a rich man or woman, all pregnancy problems, hips and breast enlargement, financial problems, magic wallet, chitaka wallet, clear debts, man hood enlargement S to XL and much more.... Call Dr Atwabi 081 233 7274 DR RINGAZI Pay after success, same day results. Bringing back your lost lover the same day, get a lover of your choice, get married quickly to a man or woman of your choice, stop your partner from cheating and him or her to love you only, get attracted to a rich man or woman, all pregnancy problems, financial problems, magic ring for money, chitaka wallet, clear debts, manhood enlargement m to xl, hips and breast enlargement, bad lucks and many more. 081 683 6152

PROPERTIES TO RENT TO RENT: Town 2 bedroom Flat to Rent Built in Cupboards Full Bathroom Spacious Lounge and Kitchen Includes Garage and N$ 300.00 Water N$ 6750.00 p/m Including Deposit. Call 0812262521 TO RENT: 11 North Street Meersig Room to rent N$ 3500.00 p/m W/E incl. Open for viewing. Contact: 081 143 4671 081 776 6141 TO RENT: Okakarara Str Kuisebmond Two bedroom house N$ 4 000.00 p/m Contact: 081 637 5060 TO RENT: Kuisebmond inside room with a bathroom N$ 2100.00 p/m W/E incl. Contact: 081 283 3352 TO LET: Swakopmund, Hage Heights N$ 6 200.00 p/m 2 bedrooms, bathroom, lounge. Single garage. Call Lorraine @ Liberty Real Estate 081 314 8028 TO RENT: Agaat Str Kuisebmond Bachelor flat N$ 3000.00 p/m W/E incl. N$ 500 deposit Available immediately Contact: 081 802 9510

PROPERTIES TO RENT TO LET TAMARISKIA, SWAKOPMUND Bachelor & 2 bedroom flats in secure complex. Bic, stove/oven, bathroom, garage, electric fence, dstv connection, water included. CONTACT: 0855905577 TO RENT: Narraville Immediately available Single person only N$ 3000.00 p/m Water & electricity incl. Kitchen, bedroom, toilet / shower Fully tiled Deposit payable Parking inside main yard – remote gate Central Narraville, nearby Doctors & shops No pics only to be viewed. Call: 081 244 1320 TO LET THE DOCKS STERN WALVIS BAY Modern 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, guest toilet. Big open plan kitchen Lounge + inside barbeque area. Private garden / courtyard. 1 garage plus carport. Safe quiet complex. Close to schools, shops Water included Pre paid electricity No pets. No agents Available 1 Aug 2021 N$ 7850.00 p/m Deposit payable over 2 months. Contact Frank / Hannah 081 124 2151. To Rent: Bay Manor Complex Walvis Bay Town Double storey townhouse 3 Bedroom, 2 and a half bathrooms Open plan kitchen, inside braai area. Courtyard, Double Garage. Central town close to shops and schools Prepaid electricity, water excluded N$ 8 500 p/m. Deposit N$8000 to be arranged over 2 or 3 months. Available 1st September 2021 Contact: 0813762436 TO RENT: Kotshamutenya Villa Narraville 2x 2 bedroom flats N$ 4560.00 Bachelor flat 1 bedroom plus garage N$ 3800.00 p/m Deposit negotiable Contact: 081 826 0936 TO RENT: Kuisebmond near Tutaleni Primary School 3 bedroom house Double garage N$ 6 000.00 p/m Bachelor flat in backyard N$ 2 100.00 Contact: 081 826 0936 TO RENT: Tamariskia, Swakopmund, Opposite Pathcare Cottage Hospital Bachelor flat available for single person Open plan room with kitchen, bic. Private bathroom with shower and toilet. Very safe and peaceful area peaceful area. N$ 2 600.00 p/m N$ 1 000.00 deposit W/E incl. Free wifi Contact: 081 283 2564

PROPERTIES TO RENT TO RENT: LAGOON 3 bedroom house with 2 bathrooms, lounge / kitchen and single garage. N$ 8500.00 p/m Plus deposit 1 bedroom flat for rent N$ 3500.00 p/m Narraville 2 bedroom flat with open plan lounge, kitchen N$ 5000.00 p/m Plus garage Contact: 081 637 5060 To rent in Walvis Bay: Townhouse in centre of town * 3-Bedrooms * 2-Bathrooms * Open-plan Kitchen to Lounge * Single Garage * Courtyard * Pre-paid Electricity Available immediately. N$ 8000 monthly plus same deposit. Call 0812070434 TO RENT: Meersig extension 1 1x bedroom flat, bic, open plan kitchen, sitting room, single garage Alarm monitoring and water incl. Pre paid electricity. N$ 4 500.00 p/m Deposit N$ 4500.00 Available from 1 August Contact: 081 298 6766 TO RENT: Bachelor's flat W&E wifi, BIC, BIS included. N$ 3 300 p/m plus deposit of N$ 2000 (Payable over 4months) Meersig, Walvis Bay. Contact: 081 228 1319 TE HUUR: Swakopmund, naby die Mall dubbel verdieping huis met 3 slaapkamers met baie kaste, 2 badkamers gaste toilet, kombuis, sitkamer, ook met baie kaste en binne braai een garage, klein honde welkom. Koopkrag, water ingesluit. Huur plus deposito Skakel: 081 351 3225 TO RENT: Hermes Outside room with toilet and shower Contact: 081 422 6419 TO RENT: Kuisebmond 2x bedroom flat with open plan kitchen available for rent, safe place. Katutura Carwash area New NHE Houses N$ 3500.00 p/m Deposit N$ 2 000.00 neg SHOP AVAILABLE FOR RENT PRICE NEGOTIABLE Contact: 081 127 7788 TO RENT: 11 North Street, Meersig Room to rent N$ 3 500.00 p/m W/E incl. Open for viewing Contact: 081 143 4671 081 776 6141

PROPERTIES TO RENT TE HUUR: Walvisbaai Woonstel beskikbaar in Lagoon area vanaf 1 September Twee slaapkamers met ingeboude kaste Kombuis met ingeboude kaste en stoof Motorhuis en buitebraa in binnehof. Geen klein kinders of troeteldiere. N$ 5 500.00 p/m W/E ingsl. Deposito van N$ 5500.00 oor twee maande betaalbaar WIFI beskikbaar DSV volle bouquet beskikbaar teen N$ 450.00 per maand ekstra Kontak: 081 243 9987 TO RENT: Narraville 4 bedroom house, 2 bathrooms, a living room & single garage. Main bedroom and kitchen with BIC. The house is located in a quiet area, with pre paid electricity. Water excl. N$ 4 000.00 deposit before moving in N$ 6000 installments. Available immediately. Contact: 081 442 8436 081 250 8702 MONDESA SWAKOPMUND 1 Bedroom Flat 1 Bedroom Flat. Near Woermann Brock-Mondesa .tiled. Water , Prepaid Electricity. Secure. N$ 2 500.00 Deposit N$ 2500 Call 0818651349 1 Bedroom Flat 1 Bedroom Flat. Bedroom. Tiled. Fitted In Cupboards and Wardrobes. Water, Prepaid Electricity. N$ 2200.00 p/m deposit N$ 2200.00 Contact: 081 865 1349 TO RENT: 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with garage to rent in Walvis Bay Kuisebmond for N$ 5 500.00 p/m W&E excluded Available as from 1 July 2021. Call 085 726 4450.


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Langstrand – To Let. Fully furnished apartment on third floor with excellent sea view. 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen and lounge. Double garage and balcony with braai. Water included in rent. Prepaid Electricity. Unfortunately no pets. N$ 8500/month. Available immediately. Contact 081 256 7472.

AVAILABLE FOR RENT: Uuhamba, Mondesa 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 garage,2 courtyards, prepaid electricity, water excluded, BIS and BIC. N$ 4 500.00 p\m + deposit of 1 month rent (Can be paid off in 2 months) Contact: 081 623 1662

FOR SALE: 1 bedroom flat 1 bathroom, lounge, kitchen, courtyard, garage. Central Town, Walvis Bay Contact: 081 304 5271

TO RENT: Vineta, Swakopmund Two bedrooms with 2 full sets of cupboards in each room; 2 bathrooms; Open plan lounge/ kitchen with lots of build-in cupboards. Single garage; indoor braai area; Enclosed courtyard with outdoor braai. Water included; pe-paid electricity. Private entrance....and a lot of extra fixtures. Monthly rent N$5 500, payable on or before the first day of each month. Same amount as deposit, payable over 2 months. Preferably a couple. No pets. Enquiry: 081 122 6282 TO RENT: Vineta near Woermannbrock shopping centre 1 bedroom flat with open plan kitchen / lounge area, BIC in kitchen bedroom, plus BIS, alarm and burglar bars, water and electricity included, no garage. N$ 3 800.00 p/m Contact: 081 606 0668 STUDIO APARTMENT TO LET Situated: On The Beach Complex 1 Bedroom; no garage; kitchenette & separate bathroom with shower. Furniture included. Very safe, Near the sea on the 1st floor. Communal pool available. Prepaid electricity & water excluded. N$ 4000.00 per month. Immediately available Contact: 081 623 1662 To rent: Mondesa swakopmund 1 bedroom flat Near Woermannbrock, tiled, Water, prepaid electricity. secure Rental N$ 2500.00 p/m Deposit N$ 2500.00 Call: 081 865 1349 1 bedroom flat, tiled. Fitted in cupboards and wadrobes. Water, prepaid electricity. Rental N$ 2200.00 p/m deposit N$ 2200.00 Call: 081 865 1349 Swakopmund Tamariskia House and Flat to rent. Three bedroom house with garage, kitchen, tv room and dining room, for only N$ 7000 Water and Electricity included. Two bedroom flat for only N$ 4600 water included. All available now and deposit payable Contact: 081 289 8668 / 081 435 1012 / 081 434 4858.

FLAT TO RENT IN SECURE COMPLEX: Swakopmund CBD, on the 1st floor. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1.5 garage, not pet friendly, water excluded and prepaid electricity, Secure and quiet complex. N$ 6 000.00 p/m Contact: 081 623 1662 Malakia Properties Estate Agents TO LET MONDESA Rooms from N$1200.00 to N$2500.00 2bedroom,bathroom, kitchen, lounge N$5500.00 W/Incl NHE HOUSE 3bedrooms,2bathrooms and kitchen N$5000.00 W/L Excl TULINAWA 3bedrooms,2bathrooms, kitchen, Lounge And single Garage N$7000.00 W/L Excl TAMARISKIA 1bedroom and bathroom N$2000.00 W/Incl 1bedrooms, bathroom Kitchen N$2400.00 W/ L Excl MATUTURA 2bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and Lounge N$4500.00 W/Incl 2bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and Double Garages N$3800.00 W/L Excl ARANDIS 3bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, lounge and Garage N$2600.00 W/L Excl All Deposit Required Tel: 064-406783, Cell: 081 297 7253 Email:malakiaproperties@

PROPERTIES FOR SALE Monopoly Housing Mondesa Heights, Swakopmund Now Selling : Free Standing Full Title Units SELLING FROM N$599 000 * 2-3 bedroom houses * secure boomed Estate Living * different house sizes available from 45m² to 100m² * Erf size from 300m² * 1,2m pre-cast boundry walls * tarred roads / street lights * tiled roof / flooring * walking distance from main taxi rank * community center * children's play park OCCUPATION DATE early 2021 Contact: +264 81 243 0727 or visit us at

Free standing house for sale in Swakopmund extension 34 - * 3 bedrooms * 2 bathrooms * 3 toilets * Kitchen * Dining room * TV room * Office * Sitting room * Private lounge * Inside and outside braai area * 3 garages * Bachelor flat Selling for N$ 1.9 million. All costs excluded. Call 0811259208 or 0812070434 FOR SALE: Swakopmund, Matutura N$ 840 000.00 plus costs Erf size 785m² Walled around - 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge, kitchen Call Lorraine at Liberty Real Estate 081 314 8028 FOR SALE: Two bedroom house with lounge / kitchen, 1 bathroom, double garage plus one bedroom flat for sale - Okakarara Str, Kuisebmond N$ 778 000.00 Contact: 081 637 5060 FOR SALE: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open plan kitchen, dining room, sitting area, outside braai with balcony and single garage. CC registered. N$ 920 000.00 Contact: 081 149 1382 MALAKIA PROPERTIES ESTATE AGENTS CELL: 081 297 7253 Properties for Sale: KUISEBMOND Open Plot for sale N$ 350 000.00 business erf. ARANDIS 3 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, Lounge and Garage N$ 500 000.00 MAHETAGO (Swakopmund) 2bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen N$ 580 000.00 3 Bedrooms, 1Bathrooms, Kitchen bic with stove, Dining room, Lounge, Laundry and Double Garages N$ 1.1mil TAMARISKIA 3Bedrooms, 2Bathrooms, Kitchen, Dining room, Lounge, TV room, 2Garages, plus 2 bachelor flats. N$ 1.4mil 4Bedrooms, 3Bathrooms, Kitchen, Dining room, Lounge, TV room, 3Garages, inside and outside braai area. N$ 1.7mil TULINAWA 2 bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen N$ 380 000.00 cash only 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms ,Open-plan Kitchen, Double Garage Plus 2 bachelor flat monthly income from flat N$ 5600.00 Price N$ 950 000.00 3bedrooms, 2bathrooms, open-plan kitchen And Double Garage N$ 898 000.00 MONDESA 2 bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen N$ 370 000.00 cash only 3bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen And Lounge N$ 900 000.00 Contact: Malakia 081 297 7253 Tel: 064-406783 Email:malakiaproperties@


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Ford Ranger 2.2 XLS 4x4 Single Cab Model:2014; 88000 km, White. 1 driver from new; services done up to 90000km. Lots of extras. Vehicle in excellent condition. Price: N$ 205000.00 Contact: Piet 081 227 2212 Please email me at: for more details and photos.

VACANCY FOR CHEF The old age home Prinzessin Rupprecht Heim Swakopmund is looking for a qualified chef Requirements: Professional skills Minimum of 2 years of working experience as a Chef in a commercial kitchen. Personal skills Compassion for the elderly, adaptability, communication and decision-making skills. Language skills fluency in German, English and Afrikaans essential. Nationality - Namibian Citizen, permanent resident or holder of a valid work permit. To apply, please send your letter of application and CV by 01/08/2021 to: The manager, Prinzessin Rupprecht Heim, P.O.Box 124, Swakopmund or email Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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

JOBS WANTED Ek is ‘n 39 jarige dame opsoek na huiswerk of enige tipe werk. Kinders oppas ook. Walvis, Langstrand. Maandae tot Vrydae. Kan enige tyd begin. 081 618 1204 JOB WANTED: A 34 year old lady is looking for domestic work. I have experience for two years. Contact: 081 449 9096 JOB WANTED: I am a 36 year old semi skilled electrician looking for work at contract companies. I have C1 drivers license with valid GP. Based in Walvis Bay 081 279 3804

VACANCY: Rent A Mess CC, Swakopmund is looking for a driver. Must have a C1 drivers Licence & references. Applicants can drop off CV at Riteway Service Station for attention Manti Bekker. Credit Manager position available at Furnmart Swakopmund Minimum Qualification: - A Valid driver's licence - Matrix/Grade 12 The applicant should have at least 2-3 years' experience in the position apply for , sobber habits, good admin skills, and excellent communication skills. Managerial experience will be an added advantage. The closing date: 31 July 2021 Please send detailed CV for attention: Mr Rickerts to Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Should you not be successful within 1 week of closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful.


I am a 31 year old lady looking for work, I am very hardworking and trustworthy. Ready to start immediately. I have experience, I am dedicated, ambitious and have an open mind for new ideas. I can work well with different kind of people. Contact: 081 407 0524

WANTED BEST CASH PRICES PAID ON THE SPOT FOR ALL KINDS OF YOUR GOLD RINGS BANGLES, CHAINS COINS, ETC EVEN FOR THE BROKEN ONES WE ALSO BUY CUT DIAMONDS Please visit DESERT JEWELER & CURIOS Prior calls are essential Cell: 081 408 1550 We have moved to 85 Hage Geingob str Walvis Bay OPPOSITE International School of Walvis Bay *** If you don’t want to sell your items, YOU CAN PAWN your gold and diamond jewellery or even a car

We are two ladies age 24 & 22 looking for work in Walvis Bay. We prefer any type of work, except a bar tender. We can start anytime. I am willing to start from Monday to Friday. For any job offering please call 081 705 7124 Linda 081 263 4431 I am looking for work in the following field: forklift operator, freight fitter, bricklayer and plaster, interlocks. Contact: 081 313 3134 / 081 433 6756 JOB WANTED: Ek is opsoek na werk, Maandae tot Vrydae. Was, stryk, huis of kantoor skoon maak. Walvisbaai. 081 409 8356 Ek is ‘n 35 jarige vrou, ek is opsoek na enige huis skoonmaak werk of kinders oppas vir 2, 3 of 5dae per week in Swakopmund of Rössmund, ek het 15 jaar ondervinding, ek is baie betroubaar en kan enige day begin. 081 286 7817 081 622 5161

DEBT COLLECTING TELEPHONIC DEBT COLLECTORS AND ROAD TRACERS urgently needed with years of experience, reliable and self driven. Successful candidates will be responsible for recovering, contacting debtors and negotiable payments. Road Tracers required with many years of experience to do repossessions STRICTLY WALVIS BAY AND SWAKOPMUND Send CV with contactable references directly to email: namibia@www.stander

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CHANDLER DERMON PLATO Sunrise 12/12/1970 Sunset 20/07/2020 When God made husbands, he chose you to be my soulmate He made a perfect gentleman, compassionate and kind, with more love and affection that you could ever wish to find He gave my darling husband a heart of solid gold only my heart could hold He was someone that I could talk to and to share my greatest fears. He was my body armor, shielding me from the hurt of life His passion for life and especially when fighting for a cause or someone he believed in was sometimes too much to handle Your very presence in my life was a daily blessing and you lived your whole life in 49 years I shared 31 years of your life with you and now the rest of the chapter will be written alone. Its hard to imagine that you will never hold my hand when crossing a street, taking my hand, and leading the way, the way you kissed my forehead before we went to sleep, telling me you love me The warm morning hugs that I insisted on and you gave them sometimes half asleep Your understanding and your endless and unconditional love for me, our boys and grandson will be forever treasured in our hearts. Your voice may be silent, but the memories, especially the thousands of photos will be a daily reminder that you will live in our hears forever.

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Eagles at first-ever ICC Men's T20 World Cup Rudi Bowe

The Namibian Eagles will be appearing in their first-ever International Cricket Council (ICC) Men's T20 World Cup after they defeated Oman in the qualifying tournament in October 2019 in Dubai. The seventh T20 World Cup will be composed of two rounds. Round 1 will include twelve matches between eight teams that are divided into two groups with a total of 42 matches at the BCCI in Oman and the United Arab Emirates from 17 to 23 October. The Eight teams will contest the first round including automatic qualifiers Sri Lanka and Bangladesh with the remaining six who booked their spot through the ICC Men's T 2 0 Wo r l d C u p Qualifier 2019. The Eagles will compete against Sri Lanka, Ireland and Netherlands in Group A with Bangladesh, Scotland, Papua New Guinea and Oman in Group B with the winner and runner up of each group in round 1 will progress to round 2 to join the already qualified 8 teams (India, West Indies, England, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan and Afghanistan) in Super 12 for the 2021ICC Men's T20 World Cup hosted at the Dubai International Stadium, the

Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi, the Sharjah Stadium, and the Oman Cricket Academy Ground. Round 2 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup is scheduled from 24 October to 8 November 2021 with 12 team that will be split into two groups of six teams each with the two top teams of each group will play the Semi-finals that will b e o n 11 a n d 1 2 November and the semifinal winners to play the final on 14 November 2021. The defending champions the West Indies pooled along with former champions England, Australia and South Africa in Group 1 of the Super 12s, with two qualifiers from Round 1 joining them and Group 2 will comprise former champions India and Pakistan, New Zealand, Afghanistan and the other two qualifiers from Round 1. The Namibian Eagles coach Pierre de Bruyn has reacted with disappointment at the new T20 World Cup groups draw and did not understand why there was a new draw as the draw was done shortly after their

Walvis Bay born national cricketers Mauritius Ngupita, JJ Smit and Ben Shikongo. qualification in November 2019. According to the coach, the new draw Namibia has now been placed in a much tougher group and that the Eagles chances of advancing to the Super 12 stage would be much more difficult. “The Eagles were originally drawn in Group B along with Bangladesh, the Netherlands and Scotland, but now after the latest draw, they were put in Group A along with Sri Lanka, Ireland and the Netherlands, while Group B consists of Bangladesh, Scotland, Papua New Guinea and Oman” he added. De Bruyn further ex-

plained that Ireland and the Netherlands are also unhappy about the changes as just like Cricket Namibia they were also not aware that the ICC were going to change the groups and that it doesn't make sense at all as the national team haven't played any (internationally recognised) matches since the World Cup qualifiers. “In terms of T20 world rankings Namibia, who are ranked 19 in the world, are now in a tougher group against S r i Lan k a ( n in th ) , Ireland (12) and the Netherlands (17), while Bangladesh (10th in the world), Scotland (14),

Papua New Guinea (16) and Oman (18) make up Group B” De Bruyn added. “With two full ICC members in Sri Lanka and Ireland and the Netherlands which is also a very good team we are now definitely in the tougher group by far and this made our chances of advancing to the Super 12 stage much more difficult but it doesn't mean we can't advance from Group A, it's just going to be tougher” De Bruyn said. "If we can advance from a group like this, it will show we have a bloody good team. We will take on the challenge, we won't shy away from it,

but it doesn't make sense coming like this without any prior warning. They could at least have explained to us why they made the changes,” De Bruyn said. Namibia will play their first game in Group A on 18 October 2021 against Netherlands, their second game against Sri Lanka is on 20 October and their last group game on 22 October against Ireland. The grouping for round 1 are; Group A: Sri Lanka, Ireland, the Netherlands and Namibia Group B: Bangladesh, Scotland, Papua New Guinea and Oman and for the Super 12 grouping is Group 1:

England, Australia, South Africa, West Indies, A1 and B2. Group 2: India, Pakistan, New Zealand, Afghanistan, A2 and B1. The Namibian squad for the World Cup is Gerhard Erasmus, Stephen Baard, Zane Green, Craig Williams, JJ Smit, Nicol Loftie Eaton, Jan Frylink, Ruben Trumpelmann, Pikkie Ya France, Karl Birkenstock, Ben Shikongo, Tangeni Lungameni, Bernard Scholtz, Dewald Nell, Shaun Fouche, Michau du Preez(wk), Mauritius Ngupita, Michael van Lingen and David Wiese .

Cricket Namibia Launches #Pledge4Pink Campaign Cricket Namibia is pleased to join forces with the Cancer Association of Namibia in the first-ever #Pledge4Pink Campaign to raise funds and awareness of cancer in our country. The #Pledge4Pink Campaign is in partnership with APS, Richelieu Namibia, Pupkewitz Motors and MTC Windhoek Fashion Week. We are excited to roll out one of the biggest, innovative initiatives where various corporate entities and individuals strive for one common goal to support a cause

taking over our country. Cricket Namibia is hosting the Multiply Titans at Wanderers Club for a Pink Series on the 28th of August – 1st of September 2021. This will be the first-ever PinkDay for The Eagles team where they play in pink kit for cancer awareness. Cricket Namibia plans inclusive programs and activities lined up as a build-up towards the official APS Pink Days such as the Local is Lekker Pink Market Day, Ball Night with MTC Windhoek Fashion Week, Dress up in pink on Fridays and the Pupkewitz Motors Pink Golf Day. Local is Lekker Pink Market Day will be hosted at CCD field in Pionierspark on the 26th of August where the general public dresses up in pink to a fun, engaging event that will embrace Namibian culture, showcase local exhibits with local performances and a game centre. The Pink Ball Night is an elegant evening scheduled to take place on the 27th of August at Windhoek Country Club that will be hosted with MTC Windhoek Fashion Week, and the #Pledge4Pink campaign will be concluded with a Pupkewitz Motors Pink Golf Day on the 3rd of September. Cricket Namibia is inviting the general public and entities to be the best nation as we can to be part of the #Pledge4Pink Campaign by sharing resources, donating materials, being a naming partner to one of the events, assist in arranging and planning the events or sharing of social media posts. We would like to express our sincere thanks to Officeconomix for availing resources in the arrangements of the #Pledge4Pink Campaign, Future Media for availing airtime to promote this exciting initiative and Richelieu Namibia for being actively involved in the campaign. Cricket Namibia is challenging entities, schools, and individuals to dress up in pink at work and post on social media with the HASHTAG #Pledge4Pink to raise awareness of cancer in our country.


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J&P Hydraulics Racing Car Project Parent always want their children to follow in their footsteps, but with all the attractions of the modern world this doesn't happen much anymore. It is more satisfying for a parent when the children follow in their footsteps or even emulate them. It has been a long-time dream of Allan Martin, that his son Zachary Martin follow in his footsteps and this happened to the extent that the two have tackled numerous projects of building racing cars together. One the longtime dreams of Allan Martin, the legendary and wellknown Namibian Champion rally driver, Oval, Drag and Circuit racer, was to do a father and son project. A project where the two build a racing car together and by doing so, contribute to the development of motorsport in Namibia. With all the negativity during this time with the Covid-19 pandemic, Allan and Zachary Martin thought that this project could be one of positivity and hope. Not only was it about doing something positive, but also about a legacy of fathers and sons sharing in their motorsport achievements. Allan and Zachary Martin have shared the same podium on a few occasions

already. This is something very few parents get to experience. The beginning of this project goes far back as Allan also managed to bring parents and children who shared the same interests together. This brought grandfathers, fathers, sons, mothers, and daughters to all rally on the events. Willem Hugo, Maretha Olivier, Mandi Hugo and Zachary Martin all rallied on the same events, and at times all shared the same podium. In continuing this legacy, Allan Martin thought of getting the man whose name is synonymous with the racetrack and have been part of motorsport in Namibia for many years, Tony Rust. Tony Rust raced and rallied, and his son Michael also followed in his footsteps. To complete this legacy, Allan and Zachary Martin built and donated the VW MK1 Golf Racing car to Wynne Rust the son of Michael Rust. While Tony Rust retired from competing in active motorsport many years ago, Michael Rust has kept

come true even if it's tough sometimes and for sharing all your knowledge and more without thinking twice. I'm forever grateful that we got to do this build together and it's something I will forever cherish in my heart. Without you none of this would've been possible. I look forward to making many more memories like this with you” Zachary Martin concluded.

Allan and Zachary Martin

Erongo star sportsmen at Tokyo Olympic

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Allan Martin with the VW MK1 Golf Racing car that he and his son build the Rust flag flying and hopefully soon the dream which Allan and Zachary Martin had of Wynne Rust joining his dad on the podium will come true through this project. Zachary Martin said, “Just like that another build

The VW MK1 Golf Racing car builds by Allan Martin and his son

comes to an end. Definitely wasn't easy keeping this one under wraps as it's a very special one for us.” Zachary Martin said that for as long as he can remember ever since he started racing, dad and son discussed building a car to one day bless someone. Even through all the tough times this year brought about,the opportunity presented itself and the two decided to build a beautiful car. “No corners were cut and it was built to the same standard as all our other cars but the only difference it was all done within a month and a half. Can't wait to see it on track and surely, it's going to be a force to recon with” the young racing driver said. “To top it all off the person we decided to bless, is going on to be a 3rd generation at the track that his grandfather built. I was fortunate enough to share a podium with my dad a few times and it's something very very special to me, I can't wait for Michel Rust and his son to do the same”. Zachary Martin said “I'd like to take this opportunity to thank my dad. Thank you for everything you do for me, from the smallest to the biggest. Words cannot describe how thankful I am. I know I'm your biggest headache sometimes but thank you for not giving up on me and always being there.” Thank you for making all my Motorsport dreams

Two of the star sportsmen of the Erongo region, Philip Seidler and Jonas Jonas are part of 11 athletes from 5 sport codes that will represent Namibia for the eight successive time at the 2020 Tokyo summer Olympic Games from 23 July to 8 August 2021 in Tokyo Japan. Swakopmunder Philip Seidler who will represent Namibian in the 10km swimming marathonsaid that he was without a training facility as he was boycotted and shamed by his regular training facility until The Dome in Swakopmund came to his rescue. Seidler said “At the end everything worked out perfect at The Dome as they have the best facility in the country to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics. With the temperature levels of the sea in Tokyo as high as 32 degrees I had to prepare myself and let my body get used to hot water. The swimming pool at The Dome was the best solution. Seidler and his coach Nadja Seidler will depart on Tuesday 27 July. Jonas Jonas (27) also from Swakopmund is the only Namibian Boxer that will represent Namibia and is one of Namibia's hopefuls for a gold medal at the Tokyo Summer Olympic Games. Jonas will be in

Philip Seidler and his coach Nadja Seidler the ring as from today de Lange, and coaches therefore he and his coach Axel Theissen and Martin Albertus Tsamaseb has Nghilifavali for the Road departed last Monday 19 Cycling and Michelle Vorster, Alexander Miller July. Both sportsman from Swa- and Coaches Hans du Toit kopmund thanked The and Ermin van Wyk will Dome to avail their facility depart on Tuesday 20 July to prepare for the Olympics to represent Namibia in as well as everyone that the MTB Cross Country contributed to their journey Cycling event. Rowing is represented by for the Tokyo Olympics. The other sportsman and Maike Diekmann and her woman that will represent coach Grant Dodds who Namibia at the Tokyo departed for the games on Friday 9 July. Olympic game are: Athletes Beatrice Masi- The participating athletes lingi and Christine Mboma that are representing Naand their coach Henk mibia at the 2020 Tokyo Botha will depart on Summer Olympic in ToSunday 25 July for the kyo Japan will be accom200m sprint event and the panied by a medical team marathon runners Helalia consist of Dr David Weber Johannes and Rainhold and Anna-Mart Kruger, a Tomas and their coach safeguarding team SecreRobert Kaxuxuena, depar- tary General Joan Smit. the 2nd secretary in the ting on Thursday 29 July. The Cycling represen- Embassy of Namibia in tatives are Vera Adrian who Tokyo Simataa Matali is departed to Japan last the Attaché with the ExSunday18 July with Tristan ecutive Director Dr. Audrin Mate and NSC Vice Chairperson, Alna, the Government representatives from the Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Service and Namibia Sport Commissionas well as the Namibia National Olympics Committee President Abner Xoagub. The five-sport code that will represent Namibia in the Tokyo Olympics are Swimming, Boxing, Athletics, Cycling, and Rowing. Jonas Jonas and his coach Albertus Tsamaseb

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