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Safety Hazard! Open manholes at popular Walvis Bay playpark Eileen van der Schyff CONCERNED WALVIS BAY residents sent in photos of at least three open manholes at the town's Esplanade Playpark this week, complaining about the threat these open hazards pose to not only children playing in the park, but also adults. The manholes are wide open without any barricades or safety signs, making this a potential accident waiting to happen. “ With the play area very close to these manholes, chances are good someone might fall into one of them while running or walking around in the area. How careless could our municipality be to leave them open? Are they waiting for someone to fall into one of these and get injured or lose a life due to these neglected open manholes and then only act in covering these death traps?” One resident exclaimed during a telephonic interview with the Namib Times. Another concerned resident told the newspaper, “The manholes
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Date set for Fishrot trial T20 Cricket World Cup Rudi Bowe
THE TEN Fishrot defendants appeared in the Windhoek High Court before Judge Kobus Miller for pre-trial proceedings on Wednesday 21 September. The accused include Mike Nghipunya, Sacky Shanghala, Bernard Esau, James Hatuikulipi, Ricardo Gustavo, Tamson Hatuikulipi, Otneel Shuudifonya, Pius Mwatelulo, Phillipus Mwapopi and Nigel van Wyk. The suspects, arrested between November 2019 and January 2020 are facing several criminal charges of allegedly receiving bribes amounting to more than Continues on page 2
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Noble and Azhar drug case sentencing Date set for Fishrot trial Continued from page 1 Rudi Bowe scheduled WINDHOEK High Court Judge, Orben Sibeya has scheduled 6 October as the date that he will deliver a sentence to drug dealers Grant Noble and Dinath Azhar. On Friday, the parties appeared in the High Court in Windhoek for final arguments before sentencing, during which Noble and Azhar's legal representative presented arguments to mitigate the sentence. Noble and Azhar, who in 2018 attempted to smuggle 412 kg of cocaine worth an estimated N$206 million into the country with a cargo container from Brazil, were found guilty on 19 August on one count of dealing in cocaine andone count of money laundering but were acquitted on that charge as the judge found it constituted a duplication. State advocate Timo Itula on Friday asked the High Court to sentence drug dealers to the maximum allowed under the Drugs Act, namely 15 years direct imprisonment and that the court should not be deterred from handing down a sentence which is deterrent, preventative, reformative and retributory. The society must be protected from people such as the accused therefore the court must send out a clear message that drug smuggling will not be tolerated. The mere volume of the drugs involved – more than 400kg – would have had a devastating effect if it was let loose on society, Itula stressed. He further said the duo did not show any remorse for their conduct and any plea for clemency on the basis of remorse should be seen for exactly what it is, a ploy clearly aimed at evoking sympathy from the court. Itula argued. According to Itula, the convicts opted not to testify in mitigation, thereby not taking the court into their confidence and any attempt from the defence counsel to proffer remorse from the bar should be disregarded. He further said that it is unknown if any kind of punishment will rehabilitate the accused persons, but what is certain though, is that if they become rehabilitated in prison, they might qualify for a reduction in sentence. Itula said that the drugs were concealed in the same type of boxes the papers were in and that it
Grant Noble and Dinath Azhar
would fly in the face of the judge's ruling that states that the copy papers were used as a disguise and that the two men used their business entity – Zeeki Trading - as a front to smuggle drugs into Namibia from Brazil. "If they do not receive a fine, we suggest that prison sentences should be suspended for at least five years on the condition that they do not commit similar crimes again," he further argued. Itula referred to another case where a person was caught with 28 kg of marijuana and was sentenced to 10 years, of which four years were suspended. "This case deals with a significantly larger amount of drugs, as well as a different type of drug and therefore requires a similar or harsher sentence," argued Itula. Itula did agree with the defense that the period that Noble and Azhar had already spent in custody should be a mitigating factor and could contribute to a suspended sentence. Noble and Azhar did not take the witness stand to testify in mitigation of sentence and only apologised through their legal representative and requested the court to show mercy. Judge Orben Sibeya asked Itula to state how much weight should be given to their remorse, as they chose not to testify in this regard themselves. "It is common knowledge among legal practitioners that testimonies weigh much more heavily than submissions from legal representatives," Itula believes. Grant Noble and Dinah Azhar's legal representative Mbushandje Ntinda, standing in for Sisa Namandje suggested that these two convicted cocaine smugglers should only be fined instead of jail time. Ntinda, argued that the pre-conviction incarceration of the accused should be seen as punishment enough. “The court should impose a fine of N$20 000 on each accused with an option of two years imprisonment on failure to pay the fine plus an additional wholly suspended five years imprisonment term." He further argued that the judicial system has moved away from the “backwards-looking retribution theory of sentencing which is associated with revenge as a justification for punishment, and which is deeply ingrained in human experience. Therefore, courts are reminded and cautioned not to deploy a sentencing mind which goes back as far as the dictum of an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth and a life for a life. Both Noble and Azhar are in custody in the section for trial awaiting inmates at the Windhoek Correctional Facility,
N$150 million in return for giving preferential access to Namibia's fishing grounds to Samherji, one of Iceland's largest fishing companies. They are also facing multiple counts of fraud charges, bribery, corruptly using the office for gratification, money laundering, and conspiring to commit corruption. These charges emanate from allegations that the men defrauded the Ministry of Finance when they made misrepresentations to the Directorate of Inland Revenue that Nengomar Pesca Namibia generated revenue of N$14.1 million from 2014 to 2019, while the company had generated revenue of about N$40.1 million. The suspects are being represented by Windhoek-based defence lawyers Florian Beukes, Appollus Shimakeleni, Richard Metcalfe, Florian Beukes, Lucious Murorua, and Trevor Brockerhoff. High Court Judge Miller postponed the case to 19 October. All the accused except Gustavo remain in custody. Gustavo's bail application was granted last year.
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are quite deep and are not even barricaded or demarcated. These pits can lead to accidents during daytime with all the children running around in the area, however, these open pits become more dangerous during night-time and an accident is almost guaranteed to those walking in the area while it is dark. Namib Times raised questions in an email to the Walvis Bay Municipality on Tuesday this week. By the time of going to print, no answer has been received. The newspaper drove out to the park before going to print to see if the matter has been resolved, but the manholes were still uncovered and wide open.
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Namibian navy participates in Unitas LXIII Rudi Bowe
NS Elephant a Chinese-built multipurpose warship of the Namibian Navy is on her maiden voyage across the Atlantic Ocean in the Federative Republic of Brazil, to participate in the multinational maritime exercise codenamed Unitas LXIII.
Namibian Navy vessel the NS Elephant
Gardening project for DRC Clinic patients
A vegetable garden that will cater for pregnant women, patients with Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and day visitors was handed over to the DRC Clinic in the Democratic Resettlement Community (DRC) by the Municipality of Swakopmund this week Wednesday. In 2021, through her annual strategic plan at the Swakopmund Municipality, the recently elected Constituency Councillor Louisa Kativa proposed the implementation of an urban agricultural project at the DRC clinic.
Kativa said, “this came after I realised the dire need of my community of the DRC for basic food items. After approval from the management committee, we wrote letters to the Ministry of Health and Social Services for the approval of a backyard
garden at the clinic.” As a former health worker, Kativa said she could not help but notice how patients visited the clinic and hospital with a hungry tummy and that is when she decided to find a permanent solution to the problem instead of only the
temporary solution of food parcel handouts. Swakopmund's urban agriculture project aims to promote urban agriculture by encouraging residents to produce their own food and stimulate food security and economic growth. Kativa said, ”thus, in line with this vision, the office of the mayor initiated providing food for the less privileged patients at the DRC clinic. Our focus group is the pregnant women because when you are expecting, you need nutrients for the baby that is growing, and unfortunately, those living in DRC do not have the necessary means to have nutritious meals.” According to Kativa, this project commenced in July 2022. the soil preparation was done by the volunteers and by the urban agriculture pro-
The crew of about 120 male and female military personnel, support personnel and military observers sailed from Walvis Bay's naval base under Captain Simon Kombada to Rio de Janeiro on 24 August where they have been participating from 10 September until tomorrow, 24 September in the Unitas LXIII. The distance travelled was approximately 3 200 nautical miles, which is equivalent to 6 000km, and it took the ship 10 days to reach its destination. The aim of the voyage was to honour the invitation extended to the Namibian government, in particular the Namibian Navy, to participate in the annual Unitas LXIII which was conceived in 1959, and has taken place annually since it was first conducted in 1960. Brazil is hosting this year's exercise coincided with the 200-year commemoration of their independence, The anniversary of Brazil's navy's founding brought together 19 nations from across Central America, South America, the Caribbean, Europe, and Africa to train forces in joint maritime combat operations, marine pollution and maritime security aspects, like piracy, the trafficking of people and illicit goods, and illegal unreported and unregulated fishing. This exercise will enhance tactical proficiency and increase interoperability and help develop and sustain relationships between maritime partners and achieve common goals. t also guarantees freedom of navigation to enhance trade between the countries, and also fosters military-to-military exchanges, cooperation and understanding between the participating nations. The exercise will help improve the professionalism and operational readiness of the Namibia Navy and other participating nations that include Belize, Brazil, Cameroon, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, France, Guyana, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdom, and Uruguay. NS Elephant is expected to arrive back in Namibia in early October.
Website: www.namibtimes.net ject producers, as part of the team community outreach program. the compost and seeds were donated by the urban agriculture project. The shade net house was donated by the Swakopmund municipality, and they are grateful to the carpentry section for this. The project is expected to grow vegetables such as spinach, beetroots, cabbage, onion, and carrots. There are currently three volunteers taking care of the garden who will continue to take care of the project, but the urban agriculture project team will be available for advice and assistance. Kativa said, “as we hand over this project to the ministry of health today, I would like to request
that they take ownership of this project and ensure that it becomes sustainable. Furthermore, I also urge the community of the DRC and the patients here at this clinic to make use of this facility. but also, volunteer and provide your assistance on how you can cultivate crops here as it will benefit you. let us not vandalise this project as its aim is to provide food for your community.” The DRC Clinic caters for expecting mothers and babies, TB, and HIV/AIDS Patients. The project is expected to grow vegetables such as onions, cabbage, spinach, beetroot, carrots, and peppers.Kativa stressed on the importance of starting a backyard garden, she said each resident with back-
yard space to start a backyard garden. According to Kapande Kaputene, the lady who will be taking care of the garden together with Albertina Cleopas, she started volunteering at the garden in 2014. Kaputene said, “this is not the first time the municipality is setting up this garden, this is the second one. The first one was destroyed during the lockdown. Members of the community broke in and took all of it because they were hungry with all the lock downs. I thank the municipality for setting it up again.” Robeam Ujaha, the Environmental Health Practitioner – Health Services is the one who oversees the urban gardening projects in Swakopmund.
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Walvis Bay Court Report
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Innocent Hunibeb (26), appeared on charges of assault by threat read with provisions of the domestic violence act, act 4 of 2003, and attempted murder. The matter was postponed to 7 November for other reasons. The accused remains in custody. Hester Steenkamp (39), appeared on a charge of theft by false pretences. The matter was postponed to 9 November for legal aid. The accused is on bail. Hendrick Van Wyk (44), appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 16 November for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Pieter Fischer (27), appeared on a charge of arson. The matter was postponed to 27 February 2023 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Stephanus Jacobus Daniel Jordan (40), appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 15 February 2023 for bail. Ilanza Klein (31), appeared on charges of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor and escaping before being locked up. The matter was postponed to 1 March 2023 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Delvin Geingob (19), appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 16 November for further investigations. The accused is on bail. Alistina Goses (30), appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 9 November for legal aid. The accused is on bail. Melvin Fisch (29) and Izette Matroos (24), appeared on a charge of dealing in dependence producing substance. The matter was postponed to 17 October because the docket was not at court. Melvin Fisch remains in custody and Izette Matroos is on bail. Duo Song (35), appeared on charges of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level and displaying a licence disc not applicable to motor vehicle. The matter was postponed to 21 November for further investigations. The accused is on bail. Jason Ockhuizen (21), appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 21 November for
further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Ricardo So-oabeb (27) and Cantona Goagoseb (27), appeared on a charge of murder. The matter was postponed to 14 October to be heard in the regional court. The accused are on bail. Reginald Bryton Januarie (29), appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 22 February 2023 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Hepeni Mwetukaage (55), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 3 October for tracing of the accused. The accused is at large, and a warrant of arrest was issued. Derrick Graham Campell (22), Dennis Benson Garoeb (22), Reinold Shaun Tourob (21), Shikongo Nauta (22), appeared on a charge of murder-attempted murder. The matter was postponed to 27 September for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Daryan Sinden (31), appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed 3 November for further investigation. The accused remains in custody. Godhard Goseb (18), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 3 October because the accused was absent. The accused remains in custody. Melvin Howoseb (44), Charlie Geiseb (25), Epifanus Geiseb (33) and Fillipus Uwukhaeb (37), appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 15 March for plea and trial. Melvin Howoseb and Fillipus Uwukhaeb are on bail and Charlie Geiseb and Epifanus Geiseb are at large, and a warrant of arrest was issued. Aldo Timbo (36) and Timbo Thulisa (39), appeared on a charge of dealing in dependence producing substance. The matter was postponed to 20 October for plea in terms of section 119. The accused is on bail. Josef Lazarus (34), appeared on charges of rape and kidnaping. The matter was postponed to 5 October for continuation of bail application. The accused remains in custody. Joanpier Katu (32), appeared on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and theft by false pretences. The matter was postponed to 16 November for further investigations. The accused remains in custody.
Lucky Khaebeb (21), Assault – Indecent assault read with the Provisions of the Domestic Violence Act of 2003 (July 2021) The matter is postponed to 20 September 2022. Section 55 Enquiry. In custody. Underaged boy (17), Assault – Assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (July 2022) The accused is at large. Warrant of arrest issued. Foxa Kanizemba (28), Theft (September 2022) The matter is postponed to 7 December 2022. Plea and Trial. In custody. Cevin Harding (42),Theft – Theft by False Pretences (August 2022) The case was transferred to the Windhoek Magistrates Court on 13 September 2022. In custody. Wayne Magobe (18), Assault – Assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (December 2019) The matter is postponed to 27 September 2022. Plea and Trial. On warning. Israel Shipepo (25), Dealing in and Possession of Drugs (February 2021) The matter is postponed to 29 September 2022. Trial Partly Heard – Submissions. On bail. Thomas Johannes (41), Max Moalusi (58), Possession of game meat (September 2021) The matter is postponed to 15 December 2022. Both accused are on bail. Helmuth Nuxub (34), Assault – Indecent Assault (November 2021) The case was withdrawn against the accused. Joseph Mathias (54), Murder (December 2021) The matter is postponed to 17 January 2023. P.G Decision. On bail. Kondjeni Micheal (28), Assault – Indecent Assault (December 2021) The accused was found not guilty. Juliane Naobes (39), Murder (2001/2002) The matter is postponed to 31 October 2022. Further Investigation. On bail. Awiseb Bradley (25), Housebreaking with intent to steal and theft (January 2022) The matter is postponed to 7 December 2022. Plea and Trial (Final Remand) On bail. Moses Elifas (35), Theft (April 2022) The matter is postponed to 19 October 2022. Further Investigation. On bail. Kananya Kananya (29), Theft from a motor vehicle (July 2022) The matter is postponed to 8 December 2022. Plea and Trial. On bail.
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Top social media fans get water safety training Rudi Bowe
MONARCH Lifeguard and Emergency Services conducted a free water safety and first aid training to their top 10 social media fans at Walvis Bay last weekend. Owner and Founder of Monarch Lifeguard and Emergency Services, Martin Muyenga said the ten individuals were showing keen interest in the prevention of drowning and lifesaving programs on their social media platforms. “We've been sharing lifesaving information and with this hands-on free presentation, we hosted we want to achieve our goal, where every household is equipped with the necessary water safety knowledge. Now it will be easy for our top fans to spread the message of drowning prevention and lifesaving with understanding in their communities.” Muyenga explained that the fans were selected from across the country. “We encourage everyone to support water safety programs this is the only way we can prevent drowning which is increasing in our communities. We are urging the public, especially parents to equip themselves and in turn educate their children on how to be water safe, especially over the holidays.”
Old Mutual donates school sweaters to two coastal schools Sharlien Tjambari
The ten 'top fans' of Monarch Lifeguard received free water safety training from Monarch Lifeguard Martin Muyenga (far left). Photo contributed other schools within our town. Branch Manager of Old Mutual Swakopmund, Manfred Kaanjosa during the handover ceremony at Hanganeni Primary School said, “we trust that our contribution will boost the children's efforts toward educational prosperity, especially when hindering factors such as the cold can be removed. Allow me to note the inspirational educational ranking of JP Brandt and Hanganeni Primary
AS PART OF its community development efforts, Old Mutual Namibia donated school sweaters to the value of N$35 000 to two coastal schools on Wednesday, 14 September. Hangeni Primary School at Swakopmund and JP Brandt Primary School outside of Walvis Bay benefited from the donation. A total of 63 learners at Hanganeni Primary school , and 44 learners at JP Brandt Primary School received sweaters. Hanganeni Primary School's Head Girl, Petrina Kanjungu, in her vote of thanks, expressed her appreciation to Old Mutual for helping her fellow pupils with school sweaters. Kandjungu said, “as school learners, we need to be in uniform always at school and this is important as it bestows confidence in us. It also helps us to be identified when we are with learners of
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Saturday 8 October 2022
Please take note that a section of 18th Street East (Union Street) from the circle until the 4way stop at the cemetary will be closed from 09:30 am until 12:00 on Saturday 8 October 2022 for the yearly Fish Eagle Rally Mass Ride and Drags through Walvis Bay.
schools, which has remained one of the highest ranked academic primary schools in the Erongo region. I commend the teachers and all auxiliary staff for their perseverance and determination in extending assistance to the children and in upholding such a high-quality educational standard. The work you do is truly admirable and sets an entire generation of students on the path of success.”
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N$200 000 for annual elderly Christmas lunch Sharlien Tjambari NAMDIA (Namib Desert Diamond (PTY) Ltd) and its partner Samir Gems DMCC, both donated an amount of N$100 000 each towards the annual Elderly Christmas Lunch that is aimed at honouring the elders of the region for their impact in the community. The announcement was made during the unveiling ceremony of the Eumbo Star Diamond last on Thursday, 15 September. During her donation announcement, Board Member of NAMDIA, Liina Mwatunga said, “I am thrilled and honoured to stand here as a member of the NAMDIA board of directors and representative of NAMDIANS to remind our community and nation of our company's commitment towards economic prosperity and poverty alleviation. The NAMDIA foundation once again would like to re-emphasise that our commitment and objective has always been for our nation's advancement and national provenance. This donation, like the royalty from the Eumbo Star will be a symbol of NAMDIA's commitment to our wealth and our commitment in ensuring that our nation's sovereign natural resources are used for our peoples' advancement.” The Managing Director of Samir Gems DMCC Devang Bhansali and Rashil Bhansali also pledged N$100 000, which amounted to N$200 000 for the senior citizens Christmas lunch.
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Eumbo Star diamond unveiled
Last week, 15 September, NAMDIA (Namib Desert Diamonds (Pty)Ltd) and its partner Samir Gems DMCC, a Dubai-based company revealed and unveiled the Eumbo Star, a 15.06 Carat with the highest colour grading of D colour flawless diamond that represents a first of its kind in Namibian history valued at close to N$26 million. During the unveiling ceremony of the Eumbo Star diamond, NAMDIA's Board Chairman, Bryan Eiseb said NAMDIA and Samir Gems DMCC entered into a joint agreement in March this year with the aim to bring an exceptional-sized rough diamond weighing 37.67 carats originating from Namibia into the down-
stream market, an initiative which he said was a first for NAMDIA and for the Namibian diamond industry. Eiseb said, “through this agreement, NAMDIA will establish its global brand identity and bring us ever closer to discovering the true value of Namibia's diamonds in the global diamond value chain. Our expert partners in this project, Samir Gems, cut and polished the diamond using the finest technology and skill.” Eiseb further said, once polished, the brilliant round cut diamond was graded by the world's foremost authority on diamonds, the Gemmological Institute of America and certification indicates the diamond's origin, giving great provenance to Namibia and NAMDIA. The name, Eumbo means home and it was allegedly name after the NAMDIA home where the head offices are situated.
Eiseb said, “we are now thrilled to move into the next phase of this journey of discovery with the Eumbo Star and its deployment into the downstream market, where it will be networked to market into various retailers and high net-worth individuals. The goal is to position the diamond into direct channels to the private clients, once again gaining great provenance for Namibia and its diamonds.” Devang Bhansali, the Managing Director of Samir Gems DMCC said, “we found it proper and benefiting that the unveling of the stone be done in Namibian soil from where
it originated from. This bears testimony that Samir Gems DCC is committed to the longterm relationship with NAMDIA and thus helps in contributing to the upliftment of the Namibian people.” Bhansali further said, “to further strengthen the relationship Samir Gems DMCC is happy to announce that we have initiated the process of setting up a factory in Namibia as further proof that we are committed to investing in the country. This will bring years of experience in cutting and polishing of diamonds to Namibia and thus create jobs and add value to Namibian diamonds.”
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The Return of the Waterboers Rudi Bowe
The Return of the Waterboers is a book about the dynasty of Johannes and Hester Waterboers, penned and recently published by one of the descendants of this historical clan, Mildred Williams. The journey of this spiritual awakening and revelation of the Waterboers ancestral lineage or roots started when the author was still a schoolgirl that learned about the Waterboers in her history class.
A few years ago, she started her journey to rediscover the Waterboers ancestors that led to the publication of her book about the Return of the Waterboers. According to Williams, the book will unpack the
connections between the many families that belong to the Waterboers dynasty. “The journey got me to understand the tradition of transferring of names that remained in the family to keep the historical and biological lines alive,” Williams added. She explained that there is nothing as fulfilling and reinvigorating as completing the journey to rediscovery and self-discovery. “When you find your ancestral lineage or roots you found yourself.” “Hester and Johannes Waterboers made me find answers to questions that were hidden although they were just under our noses. Their resurrection and restoration are my passion and my desire.” “The journey has not been easy for the Waterboers dynasty, but now I can proudly say that I am a descendent of the Waterboer clan”, Williams said. “If you know where you come from then you know where you are going. Therefore, the younger generations must know where they come from and what their foundation or identity is. If your roots are not deeply anchored, the wind will blow them away and then they are lost”, Williams concluded. She encourages readers to not give up when numerous attempts at being a success fail. "Life is not dimensional, be consistent in the pursuit to discover your coming and your purpose. Mildred is a qualified Public Relations Strategist as well as a journalist who is passionate about writing and family. She loves spending time with her extended family. Her future plans include a follow-up to the book or maybe a series of books on different families. She has also started her own program called “OnsKomvandaar” which is also the name of her Facebook Page. Some of the famiies mentioned in the book are the Groenewalds, Jansens,
Public Relations Strategist Mildred Williams
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SWAKOP URANIUM-A Namibian Icon At a recent function in the Namibian capital city, Windhoek, invited guests were taken through the Swakop Uranium 2021 Sustainability Report for a prosperous Namibia. The Report highlighted the Company's overall processes, from exploration through the mining of the ore body, and the local beneficiation of uranium oxide for the export market, for further refinement of the product for clean energy generation. The report further focusses on the sustainable functions, such as building skills capacities in Namibia, empowering communities, local business and Namibian economy, as well as operating in an environmentally responsible manner. Honorable Deputy Minister of Mines and Energy, Ms Kornelia Shilunga appreciated the inaugural launch of the 2021 Swakop Uranium Sustainability Report, and lauded the Company for demonstrating its commitment for good corporate governance and
transparency to communicate its 2021 performance. The Mine is the largest employer in the Namibian Mining Industry with over 1700 permanent employees and 1000 contracting personnel. Swakop Uranium Board member and Chairperson of Swakop Uranium Sustainability Development Committee, Ms. Inge ZaamwaniKamwi, said that 2021 report highlighted the positive impacts to sustainable development in Namibia, particularly in the Erongo Region. The Company is further committed to be fully supportive of the National Development imperatives and the Global Sustainable Development Goals. Continuous Business Development is embedded in our business strategy to build a world-class company that Namibia can be proud of. Mr Liu Mingzhe from the Chinese Embassy, thanked all stakeholders for
their long-term support and assistance to Swakop Uranium. China, through China General Nuclear Power Company, made its largest project investment in Africa in the form of the Swakop Uranium Husab Mine, with an investment of more than US$ 5 billion. Namibianization of the work-force is an important goal of the Com-pany, and that 96% of the workforce are local talented citizens. Various training programmes are in place to ensure a competent and dedicated workforce. The Company is also actively sourcing for renewable energy, and recently built a 12-megawatt solar power station at the Mine. Chinese President Xi Jinping sees Africa as a continent of hope and both parties are united in the same direction and helping each other in a win-win scenario with distinctive features. CEO, Mr Qiu Bin, in his foreword in the
Report, thanked the shareholders, all the stakeholders and
employees for the positive and constructive relation-
ships that is a key and creating a long point for Swakop lasting and positive Uranium success legacy in Namibia.
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Walvis Bay Education Circuit Science Fair Rudi Bowe The Walvis Bay Education District Science Fair recently held the Circuit Science Fair for high and primary school learners from both public and private schools in the Narraville Community Hall. The Ministry of Education Arts and Culture will not hold a Regional Science Fair, as in the past and therefore the Walvis Bay Science Fair finalists automatically qualify for the National Schools Science Fair on a date still to be determined by the Ministry. Emric Morgenroth Damens (Grade 4) the sole entrant from Prom inence Private Walvis Bay Primary School participated in the Circuit Science Fair. In the back row (L to R): Kara School was the winRobberts, Tesheeda Theron, Luandre Thiersen, James McGuire, Ellé Greeff, Malaika Britz. Front ners in the primary row (L to R): Deacon Howarth, Zoe-Mae Reed, Jadan Van Rooyen, Katy Beukes, Lillian Stoltz, schools category. He
Daniela van der Westhuizen, Riego Julie
advances to the National Schools Science Fair. A total of 14 learners from Walvis Bay Primary School participated in the Circuit Science Fair with all 14 learners received merits for their achievement. Walvis Bay Primary School participated with their achievements are; Merit for participation: 1. Marne Klazen 2. James McGuire Bronze certificates: 1. Katy Beukes 2. Jadan van Rooyen Silver certificates: 1. Deacon Howarth 2. Tesheeda Theron 3. Kara Robberts 4. Ellé Greeff 5. Riego Julie Gold certificates: 1. Zoe-Mae Reed 2. Lillian Stoltz 3. Daniela v/d Westhuizen
4. Malaika Britz 5. LuandreThiersen Overall top 10 primary school projects are from Walvis Bay Primary School (8 gold medals): 1. Daniela v/d Westhuizen 2. Lillian Stoltz 3. LuandréThiersen 4. Malaika Britz 5. Zoe-Mae Reed 6. Deacon Howarth 7. Ellé Greeff 8. Kara Robberts Overall top 5 primary school projects are from Walvis Bay Primary School 1. Malaika Britz, 2. Daniela V/d Westhuizen 3. Lillian Stoltz Top 3 advancing to the National Schools Science Fair are from Walvis Bay Primary School 1. Daniela v/d Westzhuizen 2. Lillian Stoltz
Emric Morgenroth Damens, with his mom Eden Damens and grandfather Philip Damens
Emric Morgenroth Damens, Grade 4 learner at Prominence Private School
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REZONING AND CONSENT USE: ERF 177 Meersig (Walvis Bay) Rezoning: Single Residential To Institutional Consent Use: Place Of Instruction Take note that Stewart Planning – Town & Regional Planners intends to apply, on behalf of Edwin and Monique Brendell as owners of Erf 177 Meersig, for rezoning from Single Residential to Institutional with consent to operate a Place of Instruction while the rezo-ning is in process. Erf 177 Meersig measures 1350m² and is situated along Eleventh Street on the eastern boundary of the Meersig Proper Extension. The purpose of the application is to enable the Primary School and homework centre to continue operating on the property on a permanent basis, and to allow further expansions in terms of the Insti-tutional zone development parameters. The application is submitted in terms of the Urban and Regional Planning Act, 2018 (No. 5 of 2018) and in terms of the Walvis Bay Zoning Scheme. The full appli-cation is available to download from www.sp.com.na/ projects or can be inspected at the Town Planning Department of the Walvis Bay Municipality, Civic Centre, Nangolo Mbumba Drive. Take note that any person having objections or comments to the proposed rezoning and consent use application must lodge such objections or comments, together with the grounds thereof, in writing with the Chief Executive Officer of the Local Authority and Stewart Planning within fourteen (14) days of the last publication of this notice to the address provided below. Written objections or comments must be submitted before 17:00 Friday, 14 October 2022. Chief Executive Officer Municipality of Walvis Bay P. O. Box 5017, Walvis Bay 13013 Tel: +264 64 201 3339 email@example.com
Applicant Stewart Planning P. O. Box 2095, Walvis Bay 13013 Tel: +264 64 280 770 firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICES NOTICE CONSENT USES, ERECTION OF BUILDING AND USE OF LAND IN TERMS OF TOWN PLANNING SCHEME REGULATIONS Notice is hereby given in terms of Clause 6 of the Swakopmund Town Planning Scheme Regulations that the Municipal Council considers the following consent use, erection of buildings and use of land, details of which are obtainable from the General Manager: Engineering Services. Shaningwa Consultancy Engineering herewith intends to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for special consent to operate an Administrative Office on the premises of Erf 2952, (Waterberg Street), Mondesa. Any person having any objection against such application should lodge such objection/s in writing, and within 14 days of the last publication to the Swakopmund Municipality and the applicant, during normal business hours. Closing date for objections or comments is 14th Ocotber 2022. Contact person: Mr Shaningwa Shoololo Cell: 081 272 0750, Email: email@example.com Mr J. Heita (Manager: Town Planning) Tel: +264 (64) 410 4403
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NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In the High Court of Namibia Main Division Windhoek Case Number: HCMD-CIV-ACTCON-2022/02647 In the matter between:
Performance Building Investments CC Plaintiff and Misty Bay Investments One Hundred And Sixty Six CC t/a Jodust Enterprises Defendant In the execution of a Writ of Execution issued out of the High Court of Namibia, signed by the Registrar of the High Court on 9 August 2022 the following movable property will be sold on Monday to We d n e s d a y, 1 7 October 2022 – 19
October 2022 at 10h00 until 13h00 at C/o 3rd Street East & 14th Road, Industrial Area, Walvis Bay, Republic Of Namibia: A: Assets To Be Sold In Execution 2 x Office desks and small chest with drawers 2 x Steel filing cabinets 8 x Assorted bakkie tyres (new) 5 x Assorted tyres (used) 1 x Epson printer 2 x Jojo water tanks 9 1 green and 1 yellow/ white 1 x Blue office chair and 1x black office chair 2 x Red Canopy's for bakkies 1 x 3 piece brown lounge suite 1 x small chest with drawers 1 x Grey defy autodry 1 x Black Salter heater 2 x Car amps 1 x Portable grill 1x Blue pram foldable 1 x Grey carpet 1 x White living room chest 1 x 2 Drawer chest
Swakopmund Municipality Procurement Management Unit REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS PROCUREMENT NO DESCRIPTION
Consultancy Services for the Design of a Stormwater Management System in Vineta and Ocean View
The purpose of this assignment is to investigate, recommend and design a Stormwater System in Vineta to reduce flooding.
Bidder shall demonstrate to have completed similar scope of works within the last three (3) years.
Friday, 07 October 2022, at 09:00 in the Engineering Boardroom of the Swakopmund Municipal Building, c/o Rakotoka Street & Daniel Kamho Avenue, Swakopmund.
Monday, 24 October 2022 at 11:00
Available at the Cashiers at the Swakopmund Municipal Building, c/o Rakotoka Street & Daniel Kamho Avenue, Swakopmund.
N$ 300.00 (Non-refundable, VAT Incl.)
L Williams firstname.lastname@example.org +264 – 64 – 410 4407
The bids (1 original + 1 copy) must be in sealed envelopes and clearly marked on the front CR/RP/SM-016/2022Consultancy Service for the Design of a Stormwater Management System in Vineta and Ocean View and addressed to the Head of the Procurement Management Unit. Bidder’s name & address must be clearly marked on the back of the sealed envelopes. Bids must be placed in the RED bid box on the Ground Floor of the Swakopmund Municipal Offices, c/o Rakotoka Street & Daniel Kamho Avenue, Swakopmund or posted to the Head of the Procurement Management Unit, P.O. Box 53, Swakopmund. Notice 56/2022 Mr. A. Benjamin Chief Executive Officer
NOTICES NOTICES 1 x Black TV stand 1 x Glass coffee table 1 x Pioneer system seround sound 1 x LG front loader washing machine 1 x Kids black tricycle 1 x Gas cylinder 10.5kg 2 x Black foldable chairs 1 x Brown headboard 2 x Steel shelves 1 x Black extension cord 40m 2 x Brown bedside tables 1 x Black leather lounge suite 1 x kids bath 1 x Brown cube 1 x Grey carpet 1 x Blue office chair 1 x Black office chair
1 x Blue children table 1 x Braai 1 x Black gas heater 2 x 20l Plastic cans Assorted car parts & accessories 1 x Satellite dish 1 x Blue portable swimming pool 1 x Silver BMW x5 Reg No: N80817W Vin No: WBAFB92060LN7606 3 Engine No: No engine 2 x Black filing chairs 1 x Jacher wap (pressure washer) 1 x Class top 1 x White baby bath 1 x Orange 10.5kg gas cylinder 1 x Pioneer subwoofer for car Assorted decoration pillows
1 x Toddler car seat 2 x Bokkies 1 x Black 3kg potjie pot no 3 1 x Hose pipe 1 x Double action hand pump 3 x Black plastic chairs 6 x Black dining chairs 1 x Bicycle 1 x Brown cube 1 x Pioneer system (only 3 speakers) 1 x Ladder 1 x Matweld welding machine 1 x Targa subwoofer speaker 2 x Sliding ladder 2 x Steel trolleys 2 x Oil steel drums 1 x Satellite dish 1 x Shield polisher 1 x Industrial clamp
1 x Tyre Assorted car speakers Assorted gas pipes 6 x Plastic 20l drums +/- 2 gearboxes 1 x Toyota engine: Engine No: 0233750 1 x Mercedes engine B: Conditions Of Sale “Voetstoots” Cash to the highest bidder. Dated at Windhoek on 9 September 2022. DELPORT LEGAL PRACTITIONERS Legal Practitioners For Plaintiff Unit 5, Bismarck Village C/o Bismarck & Church Street Windhoek (Ref: PER2/0001)
14 NAMIB TIMES MINISTRY OF TRADE & INDUSTRY LIQUOR ACT, 1998 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO A COMMITTEE IN TERMS OF THE LIQUOR ACT, 1998
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NOTICES & VACANCIES NOTICES & VACANCIES REZONING AND CONSENT USE: ERF 858, OMDEL EXTENSION 2 (Hentiesbaai)
(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 Magistrate of the District of Erongo. 1. Name and postal address of applicant: Venomambo Ngungaa Usurua, PO Box 176, Outjo 2. Name of business or proposed business to which application relates: Veombaripe Investment CC 3. Address/location of premises to which application relates: Omatjete Konsesie Winkel Complex (Omatjete Bottle Store), Omatjete, Daure s , C o n s i s t u e n c y, Erongo Region 4. Nature and details of application: Liquor Licence 5. Clerk of the court with whom application will be lodged: Ms M. Nghikefelwa 6. Date on which application will be lodged: 9 November 2022 7. Date of meeting of Committee at which application will be heard: 9 November 2022
Rezoning: General Business To Institutional Consent Use: Place Of Worship (church) Take note that Stewart Planning – Town & Regional Planners intends to apply, on behalf of the Christian Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses of Namibia, for the rezoning of Erf 858 Omdel Extension 2 from General Business to Institutional with consent to operate a Place of Worship while the rezoning is in process. Erf 858, Omdel Extension 2 is situated between Erongo and Changwena Street and is a vacant property measuring 940m². The property is situated near the northern periphery of Omdel Extension 2, close to the main entrance road to Henties Bay. The purpose of the application is to establish a Place of Worship (church) on the property in accordance with the development parameters set out in the Henties Bay Zoning Scheme. The application is submitted in terms of the Urban and Regional Planning Act, 2018 (No. 5 of 2018) and in terms of the Henties Bay Zoning Scheme. The full application is available to download from www.sp.com.na/projects or can be inspected at the Town Planning Section of the Henties Bay Municipality, Head Office/Civic Centre. Take note that any person having objections or comments to the proposed rezoning and consent use application must lodge such objections or comments, together with the grounds thereof, in writing with the Chief Executive Officer of the Local Authority and Stewart Planning within fourteen (14) days of the last publication of this notice to the address provided below. Written objections or comments must be submitted before 17:00 Friday, 14 October 2022. Chief Executive Officer Municipality of Henties Bay P.O. Box 61, Henties Bay 13005 Tel: +264 64 502 015 email@example.com
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 Secretary, not less than 21 days before the date of the meeting of the Committee at which application will be heard.
Applicant Stewart Planning P.O. Box 2095, Walvis Bay 13013 Tel: +264 64 280 770 firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICE IN TERMS OF THE URBAN AND REGIONAL PLANNING ACT, 2018 AND THE LOCAL AUTHORITIES ACT, 1992
VACANCY GAC Shipping Namibia, part of the global GAC Group, is looking for an experienced and hardworking individual to fill the following position in our Walvis Bay and Luderitz
MARINE REPRESENTATIVE / SHIP AGENT Key responsibilities: · Booking vessels in and out of port with all relevant stakeholders · Visiting vessels in port and handling all operational and local requirements · Capturing accurate costs incurred during port calls. · Maintaining good relations with customers and stakeholders Requirements: · Must be Namibian citizens with own vehicle and valid driver's license. · Have at least 5–10 years’ proven ship agency and port operations experience. · Customer-oriented and attention to detail. · Have business development skills to be able to meet with clients and grow the business. · Excellent communication skills – verbal and written. · Fully computer literate (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook 365). · Finance / Accounting literate. · Able to work under pressure, work overtime when required and willing to accept responsibility. · Team player with ability to operate and make decisions independently. · Start date: ASAP
Email email@example.com Closing date: Wednesday, 28th September 2022 Note: If you applied for this vacancy and you have not heard from us within one week after applying, please consider that you have not been shortlisted for the role.
Please take note that Stewart Planning – Town & Regional Planners intends to apply, on behalf of the owner, to the Municipal Council of Walvis Bay, the Urban and Regional Planning Board and the Ministry of Urban and Rural Development for permission for the following: 1. Subdivision of the Remainder of Erf 4611 Walvis Bay into Portion B and the Remainder of Erf 4611 Walvis Bay; 2. Permanent closure of Portion B as a “Street”; 3. Rezoning of Erf 4888 Walvis Bay from “Special” (Medical Facilities and Ancillary Purposes) to “Institutional”; and 4. Consolidation of Portion B with Erven 4888 and 5721 Walvis Bay into Portion X. The purpose of the above application is to assemble a single site for the proposed expansion of the existing Welwitschia Hospital in Walvis Bay. The application is submitted in terms of the Urban and Regional Planning Act, 2018 (Act No.5 of 2018), the Walvis Bay Zoning Scheme, and the Local Authorities Act, 1992 (Act No.23 of 1992), as amended. Please take note that – (a) the complete application lies open for inspection at Room 101 of the Roads and Building Control Department of the Municipality of Walvis Bay situated at Civic Centre, Walvis Bay or can be downloaded from www.sp.com.na/projects; (b) any person having comments or objections to the application, may in writing lodge such objections and comments, together with the grounds thereof, with the Chief Executive Officer of the Municipality of Walvis Bay and with Stewart Planning within 14 days of the last publication of this notice; (c) written comments and/or objections must be submitted before or on 17:00 Friday, 14 October 2022. Local Authority: Chief Executive Officer Municipality of Walvis Bay Private Bag 5017 Walvis Bay firstname.lastname@example.org 064 201 3339
Applicant: Stewart Planning Town & Regional Planners PO Box 2095 Walvis Bay email@example.com 064 280 773
No 8, 6th Street East, Walvis Bay P.O. Box 5981, Walvis Bay www.scombrus.com.na
Scombrus is a proudly Namibian fishing company in the Midwater Fishery. Scombrus Fishing (Pty) Ltd. is an established player in the Namibian Midwater Fishery with proven record of sustainable and efficient fishing operations. The company owns and operates a Midwater Freezer vessel with sufficient capacity to produce more than 25,000 tons of final product per annum. Scombrus Fishing aims to create maximum employment opportunities for Namibians and to contribute to the economic and social well-being of the Namibian nation. It is therefore our pleasure to invite suitably qualified Namibians to apply for the following positions. Vacancies: 1) Class 1 and 2 marine navigation officers 2) Class 1 and 2 marine engineers 3) Marine electrical engineers with at least 8 years seagoing service experience 4) Marine refrigeration engineers with at least 8 years sea-going service experience 5) Trawl masters 6) Production managers 7) Ship's doctor 8) International sales consultant For more information on these vacancies and how to apply, please visit our website at www.scombrus.com.na Please note: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Closing date: Friday, 30 September 2022
No 8, 6th Street East Walvis Bay P.O. Box 5981 Walvis Bay www.hodagofishing.com
Hodago Fishing (Pty) Ltd was formed in 2015 as a joint venture between Kuiseb Fishing Enterprises (KFE) (Pty) Ltd and Gendev Fishing Resources (Pty) Ltd. We operate as a mid-water trawling company in the Horse Mackerel fishing industry. Hodago Fishing (Pty) Ltd is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to provide as many opportunities to Namibians as possible. As a proud responsible fishing company in the HM sector we invite suitably qualified candidates to apply for the following positions: Vacancies: 1) Class 1 and 2 marine navigation officers 2) Class 1 and 2 marine engineers 3) Marine electrical engineers with at least 8 years sea-going service experience 4) Marine refrigeration engineers with at least 8 years sea-going service experience 5) Trawl masters 6) Production managers 7) Ship's doctor For more information on these vacancies and how to apply, please visit our website at www.hodagofishing.com NB: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for follow-ups Closing date: Friday, 30 September 2022
No 9, 4th Street East, Walvis Bay P.O. Box 3915, Walvis Bay www.cavema.com.na
Cavema Fishing (Pty) Ltd is an established Namibian fishing company operating in the Mid-water pelagic sector. The company was created as a joint venture between two Namibian quota holders, namely Camoposatu Investment (Pty) Ltd and Vernier Investment (Pty) Ltd, in an effort to optimize efficiencies and fishing capacity through the pooling of quota resources. The shareholding structure of the firm reflects Namibian beneficial ownership, which is in line with the national drive for industry Namibianization and demonstrates commitment towards empowering previously disadvantaged Namibians. As a proud equal opportunity employer, we would like to invite suitably qualified candidates to apply for the following vacancies: Vacancies: 1) Class 1 and 2 marine navigation officers 2) Class 1 and 2 marine engineers 3) Marine electrical engineers with at least 8 years seagoing service experience 4) Marine refrigeration engineers with at least 8 years sea-going service experience 5) Trawl masters 6) Production managers 7) Ship's doctor For more information on these vacancies and how to apply, please visit our website at www.cavema.com.na Please note: Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Closing date: Friday 30 September 2022
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VACANCIES Taiyo Namibia (PTY) Ltd is a Namibian owned company operating in the Fishing sector. We are an equal opportunity employer and we are passionate about learning and development. We require the full-time services of dynamic and committed individuals with the below Maritime Certificates:
Third Grade Maritime Officer (Navigation)
Third Grade Maritime Officer (Engineering)
Please apply to HR Manager at: PO Box. 49, Walvis Bay. Closing date for CV’s: 7 October 2022
VACANCY INDUSTRIAL SANDBLAST & PAINT SITE MANAGER / QC Key Responsibilities: Execution of Sandblast and Coating to the Surface Preparation for Steel Substrates Standards. Supervise sandblasting and cleaning process. Supervise Coating and Application activities. Execute Internal & External SOW for Tank. Supervise crew. Report directly to Project Manager. Key Performances: Maintain accurate filing system for confidential documentation. Maintain high level of professional and confidential standard on all divisions / departments of work. Providing accurate daily monitoring of metrology atmospheric conditions and measurements of substrate standards. Qualifications: Certification for Applications and Surface Preparations Matriculated / Grade 12 or Technical Certification NACE 1 – Advantage Requirements: Minimum of 3 years' experience of similar field. Namibian Citizen. Valid Driver's Licence - Code B (own vehicle would be an advantage). Experience in internal tank linings. Highly organized, flexible, multi-tasker and process of good work attitude. Able to work independently with high degree of accuracy and confidentiality. Assertive personality, trustworthy, self disciplined and motivated with good interpersonal skills. Good team leader Resident: Walvis Bay but must be willing to work away from home from time to time. If you have the required skills and experience, email your resume to the following: firstname.lastname@example.org Closing date for Applications: COB 28 September 2022 Start Date for Vacancy: To be advised Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Previously disadvantaged Namibians are encouraged to apply
by interested persons NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION until *Tuesday, 11 October 2022 at Notice is hereby given room 29, Municipal In the High Court of in terms of section Offices, Kuisebmond. Namibia Main Division 63(2)(b) of the Local Authorities Act, 1992 For more information Windhoek (Act 23/1992), as Mrs S T Satchpia can amended, that the be contacted at tele- Case Number: HCMD-CIV-ACTC o u n c i l o f t h e phone (064) 2013232 CON-2022/01909 M u n i c i p a l i t y o f during office hours. Walvis Bay intends to lease, a Portion of Written objections, In the matter between: the old hostel kit- duly motivated, to the Grand Avenue chen situated on Erf intended transaction 5654 Kuisebmond to must be received by Logistics Solutions Cc Walvis Bay Youth t h e u n d e r s i g n e d Plaintiff Forum for the esta- before or at 12:00 and blishment of a Youth *Friday, 14 October JC Engineering CC a n d Vo c a t i o n a l 2022. Defendant Training Centre. A Victor DESCRIPTION General Manager: In the execution of a Portion of Erf 5654 Community & Writ of Execution Kuisebmond Economic issued out of the High AREA Development Court of Namibia, signed by the 2404m² Registrar of the High RENTAL AMOUNT Municipal Offices Court on 28 June N$1,851.08 plus 15% Civic Centre VAT (escalating with Nangolo Mbumba 2022 the following movable property will 10%per annum) Drive be sold on Monday to Private Bag 5017 We d n e s d a y, 1 7 F u l l p a r t i c u l a r s Fax: (064) 209714 October 2022 – 19 pertaining to the lease Walvis Bay October 2022 at will lie for inspection MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY
10h00 until 13h00 at c/o 3rd Street East & 1 4 t h R o a d , I n d u s t r i a l A re a , Walvis Bay, Republic of Namibia: A: Assets To Be Sold In Execution 1 x Lath machine with accessories 8 x Block and Tackles with steel cables 1 x Red pipe bender 1 x Red 50ton press 1 x Blue Steco 2x7550 cw milling machine 1 x Blue CD6250C lath machine 1 x Vice 1 x Blue miller welder 1 x Pro max welder 1 x DC inverter ARC welder 1 x Orange kempact welder 1 x Uniarc matweld welder 1 x Red press
B: Conditions Of Sale “Voetstoots” Cash to the highest bidder. Dated at Windhoek on 9 September 2022. DELPORT LEGAL PRACTITIONERS Legal Practitioners For Plaintiff Unit 5, Bismarck Village C/o Bismarck & Church Street Windhoek (Ref: JOU1/0009)
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C l a s s i f i e d s VACANCIES E-MAIL: email@example.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org CLOSING TIME: 10:00 day prior to publication
PROPERTY FOR SALE For sale in Narraville Walvis Bay 3 bedroom house – BIC all rooms 2 bathrooms Tv room Lounge dining room scullery Build in cupboards Build in Braai OUTSIDE Gas stove APPROVED PLANS FOR DOUBLE GARAGE & Extra Outside Room. BACK Yard flat 1 bedroom – BIC Bathroom Open plan kitchen/lounge Garage Price N$ 1 385 000 – (neg) – Valuation N$ 1 450 000 Available for rent as well CALL 081 290 2614/ 085 290 2614 TO VIEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY House for sale with 9 flats 3 rooms Living room Entertainment area N$ 2.2 mil Contact: 081 422 6419
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
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
VACANCIES Vacancy: Accountant Nam Oyster Farm cc is looking for a processing clerk with accounting skills. Requirements: ·The candidate must be able to work independently, have time management skills and adhere to deadlines. ·The candidate must have a code B (8) drivers license. ·The candidate should have some basic knowledge of accounting. ·The candidate should have knowledge of issuing debtor invoices and processing debtor/creditor invoices. ·Knowledge of Sage online will be an advantage. The closing date is 7th October 2022. Please forward your CV to koos.blaauw@gmail. com or deliver your CV to our office at Namoyster. WE ARE HIRING Waiter staff needed Candidate profile *Stationed in Walvis Bay *Sober social habits friendly & positive attitude *The ability to work under pressure *Performance orientated *Willing to work flexible hours including night shifts, weekends & public holidays *Team player Mail your cv to email@example.com Closing date: 30 September 2022
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
TO HIRE FOR HIRE: 4 Ton Truck, suitable for refuse / rubbish removal, transportation and moving. N$ 450.00 per trip within Walvis Bay. Negotiable to other towns. Contact: 081 274 6504 081 748 3901
WALVIS BAY Refilling empty printer cartridges only N$ 100 per color Please call 081 636 1858
CARS HARRY’S GARAGE: Light Industrial area, Swakopmund. Contact Harry: 081 129 1385 or Lizan: 081 230 4814 Vehicles for sale: . Iveco Truck with High up, good condition. N$ 95 000.00 . Toyota Hilux Bakkie extended Loading Box, White, 2005 Model. N$ 60 000.00 . Diesel Genset, 50kw. N$ 25 000.00 . Land Rover Discovery 2 Body Without Engine. N$ 35 000.00 . Toyota Surf 4x4, Grey, Good running condition. N$ 58 000.00 Contact Harry: 081 129 1385 or Lizan: 081 230 4814
MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE
Walvisbaai Natural Namib Stones Please phone 081 328 8179
JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: A 23 year old female is looking for cashier work, waiter or just domestic work or any other work in Walvis or Swakop. I can start immediately. Otjiherero speaking, English and Afrikaans. Contact: 081 699 5565
JOBS WANTED WERK GESOEK: Lidia is opsoek na huiswerk vir 3 - 5 dae ‘n week, ek is 38 jaar oud en het 10 jaar ondervinding. Ek is baie hardwerkend en betroubaar. Kontak: 081 561 5850 JOB WANTED: I am a 35 year old lady looking for domestic work, cleaning offices in Walvis Bay or Langstrand. Contact: 081 791 7725 JOB WANTED: A 32 year old woman looking for any kind of work, cleaning pharmacy or packing things in store domestic work, washing, ironing and so on. Langstrand and Swakopmund. Contact: 081 324 6391 JOB WANTED: Looking for driving work I have code BE and experience in TLB and grader operator. Contact: 081 219 4819 081 810 9315
We are a well-established ready-mix company situated in Windhoek and Walvis Bay, inclusive of a well-established mobile ready-mix division. We are also the distributor for all Mapei products in Namibia and currently have a vacancy for a Mapei Technical Sales Consultant.
Vacancy Mapei Technical Sales Consultant Skills Required
• Diploma in chemical/civil engineering or relevant NQF 5 Equivalent Tertiary Qualification • Experience in Sales within the relevant industry with at least 4 years. • Drivers Licence Personal Requirements • Excellent problem-solving abilities • Good Judgement • High Level of integrity • Ability to communicate on multiple levels, with multiple forms of personalities • Extroverted team player • High level of integrity • Excellent language and computer literacy skills • Excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills Interested: We offer a market related salary scale, and the successful candidate will be stationed in Windhoek or Walvis Bay. With expectations to travel in and around Namibia. The closing date is the 7th of October 2022. Suitable qualified Namibian citizens are encouraged to apply. We request that you e-mail your cover letter, CV and Certified copies of qualification documents in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with the subject heading Application for Vacancy for Technical Consultant. Please note that only electronic CV's will be accepted. Any enquiries please contact: Rochelle @ 061 330300 Of Visit our website: http://www.dynamic-concrete.com/ for more information
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With heavy hearts, we would like to invite you to the memorial service of our beloved Taryn Leigh van Rensburg, to celebrate her
DoB: 25.09.1961 DoD: 11.06.2022
life and memories.
You may be long gone now, but your spirit is still with us. We will miss you as long as were alive, but we know that you are no longer in pain up there.
Happy birthday in heaven.
From: Kids, family & friends
Date: 28 September 2022
Female - found in our Klappe
Time: 10:00 Place: Walvis Bay Community Church
Male - found in Fox Glove str Oceanview
Ginger Teenager found in Francois Str near Engen Garage in town
Castrated male found in Tamariskia
Please contact the SPCA in Swakopmund to claim your pet 064 - 404419
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STEVE'S TAKE AWAY Better Ball Last weekend, not only did we have the first playing of STEVE'S TAKE AWAY better ball, but we also had a better ball with a difference – and a new format as well. The first nine was a better ball medal and the second nine was a better ball stableford. The winner was determined by subtracting the stableford score from the medal score with the lowest score being the winner. There were five prizes and two closest to the pins and thanks to Anton Welgemoed for the sponsorship. The winners on the day were Piet van Niekerk and Shane Westerdale on 7 points with Paul Sham and Amandio Sardinha one shot off the pace. Third place winning a count out, was Piet Fox and Wouter van Wijk on 9 points and fourth was Anton Welgemoed and Herman Smidt. Grant Mather and David Peake took the fifth place on 10 points. The closest to the pins were won by Michael
de Barros and David Peake. The jackpot came under threat but that was where that ended and there were four winners of two clubs. Due to the coring of the greens, this weekend we will have the GREENKEEPERS REVENGE, and more info on this will be on the social platforms. I have been told it will be great event. The course is closed until Wednesday and the Wednesday competition will be played under the two putt rule. If you are on the green you are able to score two and move on. The NGK Moedergemeente have their fund raiser on 14th October. The calendar for the next few weeks will be as per below. 24-SepGreen keepers evenge01-OctHidden sponsor02OctLocal sages08-OctOld man river III14-OctNGK Moedergemeente15-OctNam Ops22-OctMultisave medal29-OctConcord yellow ball
Shane Westerdale, Andre Burger representing the sponsor and Piet van Niekerk
Blue Waters NC survival suffers setback Rudi Bowe
Coastal Netball outfit Blue Waters Netball Club
Coastal Netball outfit Blue Waters NC's quest to avoid relegation suffered a major setback last weekend in two damaging defeats in the MTC Namibia Netball Premier League competition at the Kuisebmund Netball field in Walvis Bay. G u n n e r s o v e r c o m e Ballers remain rooted at the base of the log with Afro-cat Lions51-34. three points from 20 The Namibian Navy NC games, while Grootleapfrogs NSC to second place on the log standing fontein is at number 11 with 32 points while the with six points from 20 latter remains on 31 games. The final match points in third place. of the weekend between Mighty Gunners who Tigers and Northern Fly have not lost or drawn Ballers did not take any game this season are place after the latter The first match of the still leading with 36 decided to forfeit the game. day saw the Namibian points from 18 games. Navy NCbeat the de- Tigers strengthened The next round of fixfending champions Na- their hold on the fourth tures is scheduled for mibia Correctional Ser- place and have now Windhoek on 30 Sepvices (NCS) 54-41 and moved to 28 points after tember to 02 October log leaders Mighty 18 games. Northern Fly 2022 In their first game on Saturday, Blue Waters NC lost 21-56 to Tigers NC and on Sunday the girls from the harbor town never got off the starting blocks and lost 26-43 against Afrocat Lions NC to remains at number 10 with six points from 21 games.
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T20 Cricket World Cup trophy touches down in Walvis Bay Rudi Bowe The International Cricket Council (ICC) Men's T20 Cricket World Cup trophy on Tuesday 20 September touched down in Walvis Bay. The trophy arrived at the visited Narraville Primary Erongo region, Neville harbor town as part of School and the Kuiseb- Andre said, as the governor the efforts to promote the mond Hub where learners of this region and a fan of upcoming men's T20 from schools in the harbor cricket he is extremely world cup competition town could view and take happy that the ICC Men's that starts on 16 October photos with the trophy. It T20 Cricket World Cup in Australia was also on display at the trophy made a turn in the Arriving at the Walvis Walvis Bay waterfront for region and especially in B a y A i r p o r t f r o m a few photo opportunities. Walvis Bay. “Walvis Bay is Sossusvlei,the trophy The Governor of the the hub of cricket in Namibia as many national men and women cricket players started their cricket careers in the harbour town,” Andre said. The governor added that he appreciates the work done by Cricket Namibia, on and of the playing field. Andre said, “Cricket Namibia is the best Sport Federation in the country.” Cricket Namibia Vice President Polly Negongo said they as the management and Cricket Board are extremely happy that the ICC Men's T20 Cricket World Cup trophy made its first visit to the Land of the Governor of the Erongo region Neville Andre Brave, Namibia. andWalvis Bay mayor Trevino Forbes
Negongo said,“It is an extreme pleasure to bring the trophy to Walvis Bay, the hub of Cricket in Namibia was most of the national cricketers started their cricket careers.” Negongo added that there is a future in cricket. “Therefore, I would like to encourage all the young boys and girls do start playing cricket.” ICC manager for marketing and promotions Shomeresh Shetty explained that the main objective of the trophy tour is to raise awareness about the 2022 T20 World Cup and build some enthusiasm and get people excited about the upcoming competition. Shetty said, “This time around the focus was to spread the competitions footprint outside of the established cricketing nations. In Namibia, there is a lot of good things happening in cricket and we wanted people to
The coastal under 19 women's national team players recognise that and with the trophy tour, hopefully this can help elevate the existing efforts.” “The trophy is visiting a total of 14 countries and has visited 13 so far. It started off in Australia on 8 July and then travelled to Finland, Scotland, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, the
USA, Nepal, Singa-pore, and Fiji. After its visit to Namibia, it will be heading to Ghana” Shetty added “It's quite a robust schedule of activities, travelling off the beaten path to a few countries where the trophy hasn't previously visited. This was one of our aims from the onset, and we are
quite proud to say we visited ten new countries this time” Shetty concluded. Namibia is also participating in the T20 world cup and is in action in the opening match against Sri Lanka on 16 October.
Sparta awards players Rudi Bowe Sparta Rugby player Gregory Coetzee has won the Players' Player of the year award at the club's year end prize giving held last Saturday 17 September at the club's club house. Sparta Rugby Club's award winners of the year: Most Versatile Back Player Stuard Mcalpine, Most Versatile Forward Player Nico Farmer, Best Back Line Player Jennery Xamseb, Most Consistent Performer Ronaldo Britze, Foxterrier Award (never give up) Harry Basson, Battle Axe Award (Leading the war) Theo Coutzee, Most Improve Player Elmoh Slinger, Lion Heart Award (punching above his weight) Edrich Losper, Best Newcomer Lionel Coetzee, Leadership Award Neil Grimbeek, Contributor Award Clarence Visagie, Most Valuable player Denilho Feris and Most Reliable player on and off the field Cee Jay Scholts. Sparta Rugby Club thanked all their sponsors that
helped them through the year and won the First Division league for a second year. They thanked the mother club Sparta United Sports & Recreation Club as well as Ms K Shuttle Services.
Sparta Rugby Club's award winners
Sparta Rugby Club's Most Valuable player Denilho Feris
Sparta Rugby Club's Players' Player of the year Gregory Coetzee
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