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Regional Governor urges local authorities to restore water supply to households cut off due to non-payment of accounts.
Open the taps
The Governor of Erongo, Clr Cleophas Mutjavikua, on Friday called upon all local authorities in the Erongo Region to restore water supply to households where water supply was cut off due to payments in arrears. The Governor explained hygiene is key for people to protect themselves against the possibility of a Covid-19 infection. Water in return is key to maintain hygiene.
Corona Care Campaign needs you urgently!
The Governor made this statement on Friday at the launch of the Welwitschia Hospital and the Ministry of Health and Social Service’s Corona Care Campaign. “I call upon all local authorities in the Erongo Region to consider reopening water supply”, said the Governor. Adding, he would also approach NamWater to ensure bulk water supplies are maintained and also water quality is maintained” “This is a terrible time. A pandemic was declared by our President. He took serious measures and it is now for us to follow suit”, said Clr Mutjavikua.
“We have a President”
Swakop planning ahead
Corona Care Campaign The Welwitschia Hospital in Walvis Bay and the Ministry of Health and Social Services on Friday launched the Corona Care Campaign, to get the public, the private sector and the public sector to pool resources to get the two isolation wards at the Walvis Bay and Swakopmund state hospitals ready should a Coronavirus infection hits Erongo. Whether you assist with funds, assets, your expertise or your time pledge your contribution to: firstname.lastname@example.org That is to set up a database to see what resources are available so that the two isolation wards are up to scratch. On the picture: Erongo Medical Group (a part of the Welwitschia Hospital) donated ten beds on Friday for the isolation ward of the Walvis Bay state hospital. The CEO of Erongo Medical Group Mr Matthias Braune handing over the beds to the Chief Principal Officer of the Ministry of Health in Walvis Bay, Dr Amir Shaker. See full story on page 5
President Hage Geingob was inaugurated into his second and last term as Head of State of the Republic of Namibia on Saturday. The event was somewhat different this year. There was no independence celebrations due to the Coronavirus pandemic and the state of emergency imposed on Namibia which bans the congregation of more than fifty people, as part of the fight against the pandemic. The President’s inauguration took place at State House in Windhoek, but at the time of going to press yesterday a State House spokesperson was yet to return a call made by Namib Times to discuss rumours the ceremony was attended by hundreds of people (a violation of the ban on the number of people that can gather) and secondly that the public gathering ban hampered the opposition parties to demonstrate at State House against President Geingob’s inauguration.
President Geingob: Covid-19 is a “monumental challenge” Estelle de Bruyn The global outbreak of Covid-19 is one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century. This stern warning came from Pres. Hage Geingob, when he was sworn in for his second term of office as head of state on Saturday.
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“In the face of this pandemic, we are even more appreciative of our regional and international friends. You continue to be valuable partners in our common pursuit of development objectives. We are confident that humanity will prevail against this monumental challenge,” Geingob said. He promised to present an Economic Recovery Plan to deal with the challenging
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President Geingob: Covid-19 Romanian couple recovers is a “monumental challenge” from Coronavirus Continued from page 1 economic conditions, exacerbated by Covid-19 to mitigate the anticipated negative impacts on the economy. “The single-minded objective is to stimulate quality economic growth and generate more jobs. We will do whatever it takes to safeguard our economic sovereignty and human dignity.” He said the emergence of Covid-19 places economic recovery efforts in jeopardy. In the face of this threat he encouraged all Namibians to embrace the spirit of unity. “Covid-19 doesn't discriminate. It is a pernicious enemy that threatens all of us. In order to fight this invisible enemy, we must rise as one. We must emulate the brave deeds of thousands of Namibian men and women, who from all corners of our country, rose as one people to defeat the brutal Apartheid Regime. Although the enemies we face today may be different, the resolve of the Namibian people remains as strong as ever. We shall never waver. Together, we shall overcome.” In his address to the nation, Geingob reflected on achievements of the first 30 years of independence but also pointed out challenges the country still faces. “Namibia today and Namibia at independence are miles apart. Over a period of 22 years, we have reduced poverty from a baseline of 70 per cent down to 18 per cent. Altogether 95 per cent of school age children attend school and the number of teachers has increased by 30 per cent. The health system in Namibia has transformed from fragmented, racially segregated infrastructure into a more inclusive national service catering for the health and welfare of all Namibians. The bitumen road network has increased by 45 per cent since independence,” he said. Geingob highlighted the fact that segments of the population continue to live in deplorable conditions without access to basic amenities, as one of the major challenges facing the country. “There are Namibians who are at risk of hunger poverty and succumbing to treatable diseases. A worrying number of our young people cannot access employment opportunities. Corruption is eroding public trust and diverts scarce resources intended for development. Income disparities and inequalities still persist and addressing this, remains the most crucial, and urgent challenge of our time.” “Any society that is structurally unequal - can never last. Although the odds appear to be stacked against us, we will summon the courage and ingenuity to continue the work we have commenced, with a sense of unity and common purpose,” Geingob said.
Waterfront falls silent The Walvis Bay Waterfront has gone quiet since Namibia stopped all flights to and from the country as part of a response to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Tourism businesses and the accommodation industry are hardest hit, as they have bookings for the weeks and months ahead, but these people cannot travel to Namibia. The situation is also rapidly worsening for businesses in several other economic sectors. Worst fears are that businesses, especially in tourism and accommodation will start to retrench, spiralling the problem down to the rest of the economy.
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The Romanian couple that was Namibia's first Coronavirus cases has recovered and arrangements are made for their return to their homeland, the Minister of Health and Social Services Dr Kalumbi Shangula says. Namibia has three people who tested positive so far for the Coronavirus (Covid-19), thereby bringing to one the person still in recovery. Whilst this is good news for Namibia, a Dutch air carrier carrying 35 returning Namibians from the Netherlands landed at the Hosea Kutako International Airport at Windhoek over the weekend. The people were all brought to a quarantine facility. According to Ben Nangombe, who is the Executive Director of the Ministry of Health and Social Services, the passengers are both Namibian-born and permanent residence holders. The health ministry said the passengers were screened on the plane. Immigration formalities were done on the plane. Upon disembarking the people were taken by buses to an isolation facility. “We are not allowing any other flights in, as per our state of emergency. The only reason these 35 people came into the country by flight is they are classified returning Namibians and as a country we cannot deny them entry”, explained Nangombe. Nangombe also confirmed that the passengers are being held under supervised quarantine where they will be monitored. “The reason for the quarantine period of 14 days, is the incubation period of the Covid19 virus can be up to 14 days, but the median established so far is five days”. Namib Times is in the process to determine whether any of the 35 people under quarantine are residents of the Erongo Region. There was also a public outcry as to the cleanliness and general amenities at this quarantine camp. The newspaper will have more clarity on this issue also this week. Meanwhile, neighbouring South Africa has announced that the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has risen to 409. South Africa remains worst hit on the African continent followed by Egypt with 327 cases. The world's worst affected is Italy and Iran. Italy at the time of going to press had 59 138 infected cases with a total death toll of 5 476. Iran 23 000 infected and 1 800 dead. In Spain there were 4 321 new cases just yesterday. A total of 33 000 people are now affected and the death toll is 2 182. The Canadian death toll from the coronavirus outbreak jumped almost 50 percent in less than a day, and the mayor of New York City – one of the US's epicentre of the outbreak called the situation the greatest crisis since the Great Depression. There are fears health facilities would be overwhelmed in as little as ten days. The states of New York (114 deaths), Washington (94 deaths) and California (28 deaths) have been So far, 281 people in the United Kingdom have died from coronavirus, and the number of confirmed coronavirus cases rose to 5,683 on Sunday, up from 5,018 on Saturday. Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel will go into quarantine after being into contact with a doctor who had tested positive for the Coronavirus. Merkel on Friday afternoon received a vaccine shot against pneumococcus, a pneumonia-causing bacteria, from a doctor who later tested positive for the coronavirus.
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Swakopmund prepared to Swakopmund planning ahead respond to Covid-19 Aims to be Namibia's first smart city Estelle de Bruyn Shortly after the first cases of Covid-19 infection were announced in Namibia, the Swakopmund city council together with the management team met with a medical expert, to plan council's response to Covid-19 (Corona virus). As a result a comprehensive Covid-10 plan of action was formulated, based on the national directives issued by the Ministry of Health and Social Services. The plan focusses on responses and control measures that will ensure the health and safety of all employees and customers of the municipality as well as residents of Swakopmund. Swakopmund's Chief Executive Officer, Mr Archie Benjamin, told Namib Times many of the main challenges faced by the city, are tourism based. At least 20 accommodation establishments are for sale with appeals being made to Council to mitigate the effects of the virus. The Covid-19 management plan identifies the most vulnerable staff members as cashiers, door guards, airport attendants, receptionists at the municipal bungalows and all other sections where public access is prominent. Hygiene has been intensified by only allowing access to the municipal offices through the front entrance. All visitors to the building will have to be registered before being allowed access to offices, halls and training rooms. As preventative measures, staff will be equipped with protective gear, including gloves, masks, alcohol based sanitizers and hand-washing facilities. Quotations for purchasing these items have been obtained. All public facility bookings for exampe the sports fields and community halls have been cancelled. Council also called on all pubs and restaurants as well as places of public gathering to apply the measures announced by the Ministry of Health and Social Services and government directives. All local events where large numbers of people were expected have been cancelled. No more than 50 people will be able to attend one gathering, and when training is conducted no more than five people will be permitted to gather in training rooms. Anti-microbial soap is now used for sanitizing surfaces. As part of the public awareness campaign, audio visual information and educational materials will be displayed in the foyer of the council building as well as on the website. Small group information sessions are also conducted on a daily basis. Council further warns the public to take special preventative measures when attending weddings, funerals or other social or official functions. Members of the public are reminded to call their doctor when they suspect that they might have been infected and to refrain from visiting the surgery.
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A long term future plan for the development of Swakopmund will be finalised by July 2020. This comes after the city council commissioned a private firm of town planners to assist council in coming up with the best outcomes for local residents and businesses for the future. The town planners consulted local stakeholders as well as national stake holders like the Roads Authority and TransNamib on their expectations. In the draft report already submitted to council, the future utilization of land and the principles of integrated development are spelled out. “We don't want to go the same route as other cities where most essential services are based in the centre of the city. This leads to congestion. “While recognising Swakopmund's history, we want to establish develop centres throughout the city,” Swakopmund Chief Executive Officer, Archie Benjamin, told Namib Times. He gave the example of a break-in at Mile 4, with the central police station kilometres away, while for crimes in the DRC-township, the closest police station is in Mondesa. “We want each neighbourhood to contain all the necessary services, thus bringing the services closer to the people. “Swakopmund is also best placed to create Namibia's first smart city. In this regard we want to improve the road system as well as telecommunication,” he added. As part of the strategic plan a five year imple-
mentation tool was developed. “We want to enhance the financial stability of institutions. However we want to also ensure that the city's economy diversifies to not be so dependent on tourism. “Housing is in big demand. In the regard we embarked on our so called 40/40 development plan. We have given 40 erven to 40 local contractors where they must each build 40 houses. “Council recognises that home ownership is important. In this regard we implemented a 'rent to own' project where if one pays off the cost of the house in 20 year, the house becomes your property. We want to see residents of the informal settlements become the beneficiaries of the scheme. We also support the BuildTogether project and the Shack dwellers' association. We provide the National Housing Enterprise (NHE) with applicants from our waiting list for the mass housing program. Council has also donated land for the mass housing project to the NHE,” Benjamin said. As far as institutional transformation and development goes, council recognises the fact that staff members with years of experience and the right qualifications are retiring. Therefore they encourage skills transfer.
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Walvis Bay Court Report
Court Swakopmund Court Report Magistrate Court Gilbert Kalenga (30), appeared on a charge of possession of cocaine. The matter was postponed to 1 July for plea. The accused is on bail. Stephanus Kasera (35), appeared on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and indecent assault. The matter was postponed to 29 April for plea and trial. The accused remain in custody. Ennes Hansen (19), appeared in charges of murder-attempted murder and assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 30 April for plea and trial. The accused remain in custody. Chris Van Wyk (25), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 26 March for bail application. The accused remain in custody. Matheus Narib (53), appeared on charges of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level and defeating or obstructing the course of justice. The matter was postponed to 6 May for legal aid. The accused is on bail. Immanuel Shikongo (36), appeared on a charge of dealing in dependence producing substance. The matter was postponed to 30 August for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Ananias Amadhila (33), appeared on charges of reckless or negligent driving and failing to ascertain injuries sustained. The matter was postponed to 41 May for further investigation. The accused is on bail. Paulus Alweendo (19), Rodney Geinub (21) and Schillaci Kheibes (28), appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 6 April for co-accused to be re-arrested. Paulus Alweendo remain in custody. Rodney Geinub is at large, and a warrant of arrest was issued and Schillaci Kheibes is on bail. Tobias Thomson (23), appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 8 June for plea and trial. The accused remain in custody. Steven Louw (44), appeared on charges of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level and defeating or obstructing the course of justice. The matter was postponed to 6 May for further investigation. The accused is on bail. Frans Mashuna (21) and Dausab Donald (20), appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 29 April for further investigation. The accused remain in custody. Aebeb Jose (26), appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 11 May for further investigation. The accused remain in custody. Vilho Shaanika (31), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 29 April for further investigation. The accused remain in custody. Patianus Naobeb (26), appeared on a charge of malicious damage to property. The matter was postponed to 29 June for plea and trial. The accused have been warned. Lazarus Shaanika (23) and Lazarus Shihepo 23), appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 24 June for plea and trial. The accused are on bail of N$1 000 each. Jonas Uwu-Khaeb (42), appeared on a charge of assault by threat. The matter was postponed to 18 May for continuation of trial. The accused is on bail. Agaro Ruben Constanino (36), appeared on a charge of attempted rape. The matter was postponed to 2 September for continuation of trial.
The accused have been warned. Lijahne Louw (35), appeared on a charge of fraud. The matter was postponed to 6 May for legal aid. The accused is on bail. Matheus Narib (53), appeared on a charge of failure to give breath/blood specimen and driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor. The matter was postponed to 23 June for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Simon Kandingua (31), appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to 20 May for legal aid. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Chris Van Wyk (25), appeared on a charge of malicious damage to property. The matter was postponed to 9 June for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Jerome Ashley Cloete (26), appeared on a charge of rape. The matter was postponed to 11 May for legal aid. The accused remain in custody. David Kambinda (51), appeared on charges of attempted murder and assault by threat. The matter was postponed to 28 April for plea trial. The accused remain in custody. Agnes Nandago (46), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 14 May for further investigation. The accused is on bail of N$2 000. Elmo Jaco Erasmus (33), appeared on a charge of possession of dependence-producing substance. The matter was postponed to 7 July for plea and trial. The accused have been warned. Petrus Paterson (37), appeared on a charge of assault by threat. The matter was postponed to 31 March for bail application. The accused remain in custody. Dalton Meyer (40), appeared on charges of common assault and malicious damage to property. The matter was postponed to 20 April for legal aid. The accused is on bail of N$900. Raurentius Kashikola (39), appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 27 May because the docket was not court. The accused is on bail N$3 000. Nickelden Awaseb (25), appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 1 April for tracing of accused. The accused is at large, and a warrant of arrest was issued. Immanuel Beukes (24), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 25 May for submissions. The accused remain in custody. Gilbert Albrecht Nuseb (34), appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 6 July for plea. The accused is on bail of trial. The accused remain in custody. Jurgen Karumbu (23), appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 30 April for further investigation. The accused remain in custody. Asser Shifande (43), appeared on charges of common assault and malicious damage to property. The matter was postponed to 30 April for legal aid. The accused remain in custody. Derieck Rietmann (23), appeared on a charge of possession of dependence producing substance. The matter was postponed to 22 April for plea. The accused remain in custody. Anton Kairi (28), appeared on a charge of attempted murder. The matter was postponed to 1 April for tracing of accused. The accused is at large. A 16-year-old boy and Jurgen Karumbu (20), appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 22 April for legal aid. The accused are on bail of N$2 000 each.
Jacobus Nakale (34), Housebreaking with the intent to steal and theft (April 2018) The matter was postponed to 4 June 2020. (Final remand) Nestroy Valombweleni Wandiva (29), Assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm (October 2018) The accused was found not guilty and Acquited. Tobias Iyambo (36),Matheus Kaunamukweni Isak, Timoteus Aweendo (32), Robbery (November 2018) The matter was postponed to 17 March 2020. Johannes Sitentu (28), Fraud (September 2019)The matter was withdrawn. Awaseb Salomo (25), Attempted murder (January 2019) The case was withdrawn against the accused. Witness moved to the north. Michoun Keister (25), Rio Beukes (18), Assault common (March 2020) The trials were separated. Michoun Kester was found guilty. The matter for Rio Beukes was postponed to 18 March 2020 Leonard Martin (26), Theft (March 2020) The matter was postponed to 22 April 2020. Legal Aid. Martin Ismael (31), Friderrick Shitana (32), Impersonating a member of the police (July 2017) The case was withdrawn against the accused. Severin Pieters (21), Housebreaking with the intent to steal and theft (January 2020) The matter was postponed to 30 March 2020. The accused was absent. Raynaldo Pieters (21), Andre George (32), Housebreaking with the intent to steal and theft (January 2020) The matter was postponed to 27 July 2020. Plea and Trial. Sam Matias (26), Assault with the intent to do grievous bodily harm (December 2019) The matter was postponed to 20 July 2020. Plea and Trial (Final Remand) Stefanus Angula (27), Tobias Iyambo (36), Matheus Kaunamukweni (39), Timoteus Aweendo (32), Robbery (November 2019) The matter was postponed to 6 July. Plea and Trial.
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Corona Care Campaign
Whether you have the money, the equipment, the skill or the time to volunteer: we as coastal residents and local businesses now have the opportunity to strike first to reduce the danger of the Covid-19 virus spreading in our country or in the Erongo Region. Thanks to a coordinated approach by the Welwitschia Hospital at Walvis Bay and the Ministry of Health and Social Services, the Corona Care Campaign (CCC) was established with the sole purpose pooling resources from the private sector and the public health sector to establish two Covid19 isolation wards at the Walvis Bay and Swakopmund state hospitals. The wards are there but grossly inadequate should a Coronavirus outbreak hit Erongo Region. Welwitschia Hospital at the launch of CCC on Friday took the lead by donating ten isolation ward beds to the Walvis Bay state hospital’s isolation ward. Calls are now made for the private sector to get involved. For coastal residents to get involved. Here is an email address where you can pledging what resource you can make available to the CCC: coronacare@ welwitschiahospital.com The services of an electrician is the first critical service needed, explained the
chief executive officer of the Erongo Medical Group, Matthias Braune on Friday at the launch. The wards (Swakopmund and Walvis Bay) need to be cleaned, painted, oxygen installed and the many other amenities needed to properly and safely care for people who contracted the Covid-19. “This is not about fundraising. It is to coordinate the efforts of and between the public and private health care facilities”, explained Braune. Adding Welwitschia Hospital is ready to assist its colleagues in the state hospitals. “It is our duty to assist”, declared Braune. I appeal to the private sector and individuals to use this email address to pledge what they can add in the fight and in doing so a proper database would be drawn up to establish what resources and assets can be pooled to get the isolation wards out of the starting blocks. Said Braune further: “The safety of us all is at stake. We don’t know when and to what extent Covid-19 can hit us, but by being pro-active, and timely so, we can mitigate various developing scenarios.
The media briefing was also attended by several other key stakeholders in the Corona Care Campaign: they were the Governor of Erongo, Clr Cleophas Mutja-vikua, as the Region’s leader. He urged large corporates like the mines, the fishing industry, financial industry and the private sector as a whole to support this initiative. Also attending the ceremony was the Erongo Regional Health Director, X and a delegate of Financial Consulting Services which registers the Corona Care Campaign as a close corporation to ensure accountability and proper financial management.
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CONTACT: 0811505020 TO RENT: 3 bedroom townhouse CBD 2 bathrooms with b.i.c Prepaid electricity. Water excl. Available from 1 April N$ 6 000.00 p/m Deposit N$ 3 500.00 negotiable Contact Herold: 081 409 4013 Nancy: 081 4058 0401 TO RENT: Mondesa near WoermannBrock, Swakopmund *2 Bedroom flat, Rental N$ 3 500.00 + Deposit N$ 3 500.00 *1 bedroom flat, Rental N$ 2 800.00 + Deposit N$ 2 800.00 *1 bedroom flat, Rental N$ 2 500.00 + Deposit N$ 2 500.00 *1 inside big room Rental N$ 1 600.00 + deposit N$ 1 600.00 Water included, electricity prepaid. Deposit payable in 2 months Contact: 081 670 6504 TO RENT: Namport Area Kuisebmond 1x bedroom flat, toilet. Open plan kitchen. Available now N$ 2 600.00 p/m Water excl. Pre paid electricity. Call: 081 242 9604 TO RENT: Kabeljou area, Kuisebmond 1x bedroom, own toilet, small kitchen N$ 2 000.00 p/m Deposit Water excl. Pre paid electricity. Call: 081 242 9604 TO RENT: By Kotshamutenya Villa Narraville one bedroom flat with garage. Open plan kitchen, bic, toilet Available 1.04.20 N$ 3 960.00 p/m Plus deposit Excl water & pre paid electricity. Call: 081 242 9604 CFS PROPERTIES CC SWAKOPMUND TO LET: WAREHOUSE / STORAGE BUILDING Centrally located. 450 sqm spacious warehouse/storage building, ground level consist of 3 huge rooms, 1 large room with1 lockable office, kitchen nook, 1 outside toilet with small courtyard, 1 inside toilet, under roof parking, large roll up garage door and standard entrance door, prepaid electricity, alarm, water included. Surrounding amenities and parking space. Deposit required & immediate available. N$12,500.00. Irene @ 081 353 5551 064 412320 firstname.lastname@example.org
TO RENT: Kuisebmond, Kabeljou area erf 1458 Steenbra Street Walvis Bay one bedroom backyard flat with garage, open plan kitchenette / lounge. BIC in bedroom and kitchen N$ 3 500.00 p/m 2 bedroom house with garage, 2 bathrooms, study or kids play room, bic in all rooms and kitchen with build in stove. Water incl. N$ 5 500.00 p/m N$ 5 500.00 deposit Property secured with boundary wall and alarm system. For viewing and queries call: 081 285 0579 081 253 2557 TO RENT: 1x bedroom, open plan kitchen and bathroom. BIC & Stove. Hermes - behind Welwitschia Hospital No garage, safe parking. Available immediately N$ 4 300.00 p/m W/E incl. Deposit negotiable Preferably one person or couple. Contact: 081 128 1470 TO RENT: Narraville 2 bedroom flat available from 1.4.2020 Very spacious main bedroom both bathrooms, bic, bathrooms, open plan kitchen, bic and stove, lounge. N$ 5 500.00 p/m W/E incl. Deposit negotiable. Call: 081 659 7080 MTE PROPERTIES TO LET Narraville - Flat: One-bedroom flat with bathroom, open plan kitchen and sitting room. The flat has built-in cupboards in the bedroom and kitchen. Very safe and quiet area. The flat is situated in Roman Street 36. Direction: Turn right at the intersection at the petrol station as you come into Narraville. Drive straight along the railway line and drive in Roman Street. The flat is behind the house at Roman Street 36. N$ 3200.00 per month and water is included. A deposit of will be required. Prepaid electricity is installed. Contact: 081 455 4176 TO RENT: Narraville 2 bedroom flat at Sandkasteel. No garage. N$ 4 000.00 p/m Deposit N$ 4 000.00 can be paid in two months W/E excl. Immediately available. Contact: 081 463 6022 TO RENT: Kabeljou area Two bedroom house, toilet, open plan kitchen N$ 4 100.00 p/m Plus deposit Call: 081 242 9604
2 BEDROOM GRANNY FLAT TO RENT WALVIS BAY ·On suite full bathroom ·Private entrance ·Secure parking ·W/E incl ·N$6600.00 plus deposit ·very spacious, with private courtyard Please call: 081 254 8142 TO RENT: By Kotshamutenya Villa Narraville 2 bedroom flat with garage. Open plan kitchen, bic, toilet Available 1.04.20 N$ 4 760.00 p/m Plus deposit Excl water & pre paid electricity. Call: 081 242 9604
TO LET: MERIBEL Complex in Narraville RENTAL PRICES REDUCED RENTAL WAS: N$4 950 NOW ONLY: N$ 4550.00 *pre-paid water &electricity *Deposit payable over 3 months
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 40m² - 100 m² *Erf size from 300m² *pre-cast walls *tarred roads / street lights *tiled roof / flooring *walking distance from main taxi rank *community centre *children's play park *Government Employees earning N$15 000.00 or more buy a house and pay only N$3000.00 per month Buy now at 2019 Prices! OCCUPATION DATE 2020 Contact: +264 81 243 0727 or +264 81 150 5020
KUISEBMOND Let us design and build your own free-standing House for you! ·Erf size from 308m² to 525m² ·More than 10 plan samples to choose from ·Priced from N$ 577 000.00 Call Claudia 081 169 6227 for more information or viewing. FOR SALE: New Kramersdorf URGENT SALE!! SAFE!! Spacious 2 bedroom town house, Built in braai and stove, open plan, 1 full bathroom, big balcony as well as separate balcony with washing lines, upstairs floor, own entrance, single garage lock up and go! N$ 1 350 000.00 O N O Contact: 081 248 8023
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GLOBAL EDGE TRAINING INSTITUTE Registration Now on! ·Medical Studies ·Child Day Care ·Business Management ·Maritime studies ·Hospitality & Tourism ·Logistics & Supply Chain Management…. Walvis Bay: 081 271 2004, 0817710289 Windhoek: 061244794, 081 419 0718, marketing@globalinsti .com, www.globalinsti.com Find us on FB, Twitter, Linkedin & Instagram GERMAN COURSES FOR ADULT BEGINNERS: Learn to speak German and improve your job opportunities!!! Limited space available. Register now to qualify for a discount. Experienced mother tongue teacher. Contact: 081 607 2685
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EDUCATION JJs Private School Walvis Bay Grade R,1,2,3 Registered with Ministry of Education. Limited space! Email: jjscarecentre@gmail .com Cell: 081 479 0725 081 476 6358
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PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE ALSO OPEN BETWEEN 13:00 - 14:00 MAGIC CARWASH: Find us at C/O C34 and Theo Ben Gurirab Ave, across Food Lovers Market Centre. We offer the following services: Deliveries Valet Services Assistance with Natis: Licencing / Registrations Police Clearance Roadworthy Contact: 081 412 4476
SERVICES -Flyers -Booklets -Folders -Receipt Books -Delivery Books -Order Books -Calendars -Certificates -Requisition Books -Invoice Books -Cash Sale Books -Goods For Auction Books -Waste Disposal Books -Business Cards -Prescription Pads Including other commercial printing Contact: Tel: 064-20 5854 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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ARLEY INVESTMENTS ·CONSTRUCTION ·RENOVATIONS ·ELECTRONICS ·ALARMS ·GUARDING 081 233 9825 arleyinvestments@ gmail.com
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EK HET N 4 TON LORRIE,HET JY N VRAG? Ons verwyder bou rommel, tuin rommel, enige vullis, huis trekke, kantoor trekke en ons ry lang pad. Bel dan praat ons Coenraad Fourie 081 337 0876
MALAWIAN TRADITIONAL DOCTOR Doctor Bomba Bazuka – the name is enough The doctor is in Walvis Bay with 40 years experience and has done wonders and great things in many SADC countries, such as bringing back lost lovers in 4 days. Removal of bad luck, very tough and challenging court cases, binding your love and to be your only. And to get a man/woman you want of your choice. Pregnancy problems, jobs and promotions, business, protection of bodies and houses from witchcraft, protection of kraals farms from thieves, wining tenders, and contracts, revenge kapsule, rejuvenate mens power during sex, magic wallet and get rich within short notice. Chest pains, headache, swollen legs and feet, epelipsy, drinking/smoking, to be released from prison, manhood enlargement. Hips/breast. I know you have been let down by others but now your time has come. Come and experience the wonderful miracles happening in your life and you will never regret. Call/sms Bomba Bazuka: 081 602 7102
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. Contact: 081 467 2722
TESTIMONY FOR NTATE DR MALENGANA UNLOCK YOUR LIFE My name is Themba from Soweto, my number is 0783238155 Am here about to tell my story about ntate Dr Malengana after my life of mysery. I had lost all my house, cars was taken by the bank after owing the bank too much to pay those fake sangomas who gave me fals hope. Then 1 day I read about tate malengana helped people who had financial problems. I called him and he explained to me about his ways and he told me to chose short boys and a short woman that help put the money in my bank account and magic rats that also brings money in my house. Then I sent my name and address to him and he told me tow ait for a few hours and to my surprise I saw money everywhere in my room, I was scared and confused I called Ntate Malegana and he told me to correct my money and to send him 10% he also helped me with my business. He can solve all private problems, you have to explain to him he can help you 100% guarantee. He is a very nice man, nothing is impossible under the sun, my life is happy Call Ntate Malengala 0812944297
ATLANTIC KITCHENS Kitchen designs & joinery Renovations Custom wood furniture 081 699 4897 Quality Repair And Cooling Service Erf 626 Mandumeya Ndamfayo street no. 7 Swakopmund. Repairs on : *Washing machines *Stoves (gas and electric) *Fridges *Microwaves *Dishwashers *Tumble Dryers Swakopmund, Walvis Bay, Henties Bay and Arandis 24/7 service Contact: 081 840 5302 / 081 688 9145 Email: qualityrepairswakop@ gmail.com 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 tenders 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 TRADITIONAL DOCTOR KALENGA: He can help you through: Pregnancy - Education Court Cases - Love Affairs - Marriage Problems - Bad Luck - Businesses - Protection at Home - Removal of Tokoloshi - Mens’ Power Sexuality - Exams Job Problems etc. Walvis Bay & Swakopmund. Cell: 081 201 7887
TRADITIONAL DOKOTA THE HEALER DOKOTA BABA CHANDE The powerful traditional healer who never fail no matter how big is your problem in spiritual and traditional way don’t let your problems give you stress day and night. I am here to help you... To bring back your lost lover no matter for how long you break up. To stop your love cheating on you. Remove bad luck from your body. Promotion at work Do you want to win the divorce or stop the divorce Misunderstandings in your relationship To chase away the bad evils in your house. To boots your business to have more customers. Protection of your property. To sell your property very fast. To win tenders with your business. Magic wallet and magic stick. Protection of your body from your enemies. Women and men who don’t produce. Financial business matters. Pregnant problems Debt account loan Gambling and casino To see your enemies in the mirror And many more Cell: 081 436 0205
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 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. Call Dr Zania: 081 254 9875
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) Attract the right man or woman for love & marriage 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 at erf 4490 Etosha Street, Namport Kuisebmond, Walvis Bay FB, Nyasa Herbals Call, text, whatsapp 081 740 7321
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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. Call Dr Ringazi: 081 204 9299
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 problems, weak erections which is unable to satisfy your woman, vagina tightness for man to feel always attracted to you house problems, all types of transmitted sickness, high blood pressure, asthma, 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. pregnancy 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
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 *Get jobs so easily & remove bad luck. *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 DR AKIM AND MAMA SHADIA For the first time in Namibia Swakopmund Experts in lost lovers, marriage problems, help with job new and promotion, cleanse badluck, fortune telling, protection against evil, witchcraft, male & female health, pregnancy, enlargement, financial wand. Healing of diseases, asthma, epilipsy, menstrual problems. Call: 081 303 3977 DR MILAKO WANDA Is here powerful african fresh herbs specialize pay after success some day results, bringing back lost lovers 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 to love you only, get attracted to a rich man or woman, all pregnancy problems, financial problems, magic wallet, kusu for money, clear debts, manhood enlargement all sizes, hips and breasts enlargement, to stop bad terms, to recover stolen properties. Call Dr Milako Wanda 081 479 7339
Malawian tradition doctor Oupa Nandora (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 moreâ€Ś Come and experience wonderful miracles happening in your life, you will never regret. Contact: 081 760 6553 Find me at James Brown Street, Kuisebmond
FLAT MATE WANTED
WANTED: House mate wanted to share a 2-Bedroom furnished flat in Langstrand. N$ 4,500.00 per month, water & electricity included. En-suite bathroom with bath and separate toilet. Secure parking in garage. No pets. Only NEAT, responsible and honest individuals need apply. Deposit payable. Contact 081 128 6714
VACANCIES VACANCY SEAMSTRESS - EXPERIENCE ON THE INDUSTRIAL SEWING MACHINES - VIBRANT AND WILLING TO LEARN - NAMIBIAN CITIZEN - FLUENT IN ENGLISH & AFRIKAANS - ABILITY TO LEARN FAST - HONEST PLEASE FORWARD CV'S TO: THE MANAGER P.O. BOX 4032 WALVIS BAY JOIN AVROY SHLAIN TODAY! As a beauty advisor you get: Extra income Rewards and recognition Free training and support Opportunity to become a Manager If you are looking to earn more contact me for more information No joining fee 081 707 0728
WANTED WANTED: We pay cash for unwanted or broken jeweler. 9ct up to N$ 200 p/g 18ct up to N$ 400.00 p/g Contact: 081 330 2041 081 714 8936
TO HIRE 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
CARS FOR SALE
Toyota Extra-Cab 4x4 D4D Model: 2012 Price: N$ 149 000.00 Contact Neels Francis: 081 142 7099 HARRYâ€™S GARAGE: For sale Swakopmund Nissan hardbody bakkie body 2000 Model Only the body Good condition, no rust. Contact Lizan: 081 230 4814
JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: I am a 35 year old man looking for driving job in Walvis Bay . I can work in any condition. It can be private or in a company, I have five year experience. I can start immediately. Contact: 081 226 2506 JOB WANTED: I am a lady looking for domestic work in Walvis Bay, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Ready to start immediately. Contact: 081 491 0836 081 494 5305
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VACANCIES & NOTICES VACANCIES & NOTICES PUBLIC PARTICIPATION/ENVIROMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF SHELLFISH FARM IN HENTIES BAY, ERONGO REGION, NAMIBIA Henties Bay Mariculture CC intends to construct and operate a shellfish farm at a 5 ha site, located south of Henties Bay. The technology used (recirculation aquaculture system) will require minimal raw seawater intake and low discharge. Notice is hereby given in terms of Environmental Management Act (No. 7 of 2007) and its Regulations of 2012 that application for an environmental clearance license will be launched with the Environmental Commissioner/Ministry of Environment and Tourism. Invitation to participate: By this notice, therefore, Interested & Affected Parties (I & APs) are notified to register in order to participate in the public participation process. Only registered I & APs will be involved in the public consultation process. Kindly contact the EAP / Consultant for public participation at +264 817818447 or email@example.com
NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION In the Magistrates' Court for the DIstrict of Swakopmund held at Swakopmund. Case No.: 534/2019 In the matter between: Pro-ed Academy Parents Association Plaintiff and Jӧrg Michael Zabel First Defendant Jacoba Johanna Aletta Zabel Second Defendant In the execution of a judgement granted by the Magistrates' Court at Swakopmund on 13 February 2020, a sale shall be held on 4 April
2020 at 10h00 at Erf No. 4856, John Otto Nankudhi Street, Swakopmund. 1x Polo Vivo 1.4 (2011) (registration number N15751S) V i n : A AV Z Z Z 6 5 z c u 013931 Eng: CLP072027
Terms: “voetstoots” (cash to the highest bidder). Signed at Swakopmund on 20 March 2020. KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Legal practitioners for the plaintiff 2-6 Tobias Hainyeko Street, Haus Altona Swakopmund (Ref no.: PRO19/001060)
STEWART PLANNING TOWN & REGIONAL PLANNERS REZONING NOTICE Notice is hereby given in terms of the Swakopmund Town Planning Scheme that Stewart Planning intends to apply to the Swakopmund Municipality for permission to rezone Erf 74 (consolidated Erven 22 and 23) Swakopmund Waterfront in South Long Island Street from “Single Residential” with a density of 1 dwelling unit per 600m² to “General Residential 1” with a density of 1 unit dwelling unit per 250m². The proposed rezoning and density will permit the development of not more than four (4) apartments and/or townhouse units on a property size of 1182m². No building plans are available but the locality and particulars of the application lies open for inspection at the Town Planning Office and at the Municipal Notice Board of the Swakopmund Municipality at the address given below. Take note that any person having any objections/comments to the proposed rezoning and use of land may lodge such objection/comment with the Council and Stewart Planning in writing, together with grounds thereof, on or before Friday, 10 April 2020. Council Chief Executive Officer Swakopmund Municipality Daniel Kamho Ave PO Box 53 Swakopmund Namibia
Stewart Planning Town & Regional Planners 84 Theo Ben Gurirab St PO Box 2095 Walvis Bay Tel: +264 64 280 773 firstname.lastname@example.org
STEWART PLANNING TOWN & REGIONAL PLANNERS REZONING AND CONSENT USE NOTICE Site: Erf 3289, Mondesa Extension 8 Rezoning: From “General Residential 1” density 1:100m2 to “General Business” bulk 1 Consent Use: For a Service Station In terms of the Swakopmund Town Planning Scheme, notice is hereby given that Stewart Planning, intends to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for the permission to rezone Erf 3289, Mondesa Extension 8 from “General Residential 1” density of 1:100m2 to “General Business” with a bulk factor of 1. Take note that a simultaneous consent use application for a service station will also be lodged together with the rezoning. The rezoning and consent use is to permit a mixed-use business development comprising of a small convenience shopping centre and a service station on the 4 362m2 site. Plans and particulars of the application may be inspected during office hours at the Swakopmund Municipality Head Office, Engineering and Planning Services, Room Number CO-12, c/o Daniel Kamho Avenue/ Rakotoka Street, Swakopmund. Any persons having any objection or comments to the approval of this rezoning and consent use application may lodge such objections together with grounds thereof, with the Chief Executive Officer and Stewart Planning, in writing, not later than Tuesday 7 April 2020. MUNICIPALITY: Chief Executive Officer Municipality of Swakopmund P. O. Box 53 Swakopmund Tel: 064 410 4403
APPLICANT: Stewart Planning P. O. Box 2095 Walvis Bay Email: email@example.com Tel: 064 280 770
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New Sport Minister appointed
NHU suspend 2020 Indoor League The Namibia Hockey Union (NHU) has suspended the 2020 Bank Windhoek Indoor Hockey League. The suspension is due to the coronavirus global pandemic, the Namibian Government has urged that all mass gatherings be eliminated as far as possible to assist in the containment of this virus. Several venues have also informed us that they will remain closed for at least the next two weeks. All bookings of facilities will have to be rescheduled, and revised fixtures will be released once it has been declared safe to continue with sporting events.
His Excellency President Dr Hage Geingob, in terms of Article 32 (3) (i) (bb) of the Namibian Constitution appointed Honourable Agnes Tjongarero (left) as Minister of Sport, Youth and National Service while Honourable Emma Kantema-Gaomas (right) is appointed as the Deputy Minister of the same ministry. Tjongarero previously served as the deputy minister and Kantema-Gaomas the Executive Director of the same ministry.
Nominated Trips Competition
Relay on hold
The Rossmund Bowling Club held the Nominated Trips Competition over the past weekend at their club in Swakopmund. Team combinations were put together at players choice and the competition fielded very strong Trips Teams who played a Round Robin format to determine the winner.Up to the final round, the competition was still open for any Team to win. At the end of the competition it was a draw between first and second place, but Diana Viljoen, Michael Viljoen and Andrè Campbell were crown as the winner with a better shot aggregate over Axel Krähenbühl, Ian Crawford and Ronnie Crawford.
Bank Windhoek has decided to postpone its fifth Bank Windhoek Relay event, scheduled for Saturday, 28 March 2020, until further notice. This is considering the Coronavirus (COVID19) pandemic and adherence to the Namibian President, Dr Hage Geingob's call to suspend all mass public gatherings. Bank Windhoek is actively monitoring the evolving situation related to the Coronavirus disease pandemic. On Saturday, 14 March 2020, the Ministry of
Health and Social Services announced that a couple from Romania had tested positive for COVID-19 in Windhoek after they experienced symptoms. The Bank moved swiftly to put measures in place to protect all its stakeholders and Namibian citizens, and one such step is the cancellation of the Relay. All teams that have already entered the Bank Windhoek Relay will receive notification of the postponement. For more in-formation, teams that have already entered can contact Bank Windhoek's Relay coordinator, Suzette January, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supatronix Doubles Squash Open 2020 Buccaneers Squash Club recently hosted the Supatronix Doubles Squash Open with good entries from Windhoek and Swakopmund to boost the level of competitiveness. Last year's Main event winners, Emil and Norbert Dorgeloh were back to defend their title, and that they did in superb fashion, especially after an epic match against Angelo Titus and Imanuel Amorongo in a tough semifinal that lasted almost 2 hours. They just managed to scrape through with a 3-2 win. How they managed regroup after that no one knows, but they did and took the final against Danie Greef and Brandon Grane with an excellent 3-0 win to lift the Supatronix Doubles trophy once again. In the Ladies final an all Swakopmund tussle saw Judy Savage & Sumari Jans get the better of Charne Fourie &Tessa Rossouw to lift the Trophy. The mixed was also dominated by the out of towners. Judy Savage & Wilco Aschenborn made good for the tourist town and lifted the crown by beating Windhoekers, Adri Lambert & Max Enjala. Home towners, Joe Herrmann & Marchelino Koopman did well to beat Windhoekers, Franco &
Men's A winners Emil and Norbert Dorgeloh
Adri Lambert to take the title the Men's B Section. A Supa thanks to Jose de Brito and Supatronix for their sponsorship of this extremely popular annual event and for the assurance that it shall definitely take place again next year. The event ended with trophies and prizes presented by Mr. Jose de Brito followed by a more than welcome braai and an abundance of liquid refreshments to replace the bodily fluids lost over two days of grueling competitive squash. Till next year and hopefully Corona Virus free, stay healthy, fit and safe and keep squashing if possible. The final placings are as follows:Men's A; 1st Emil and Norbert Dorgeloh, 2nd Danie Greeff and Brandon Grance, 3rd Angelo Titus and Imanuel Amorongo. Ladies; 1st Judy Savage and Sumari Jans, 2nd Charne Fourie and Tessa Rossouw, 3rd Chantel de Gouveia and Christiana Beulker Mixed; 1st Judy Savage and Wilco Aschenborn, 2nd Adri Lambert and Max Endjala, 3rd Carla Cummings and Angelo Titus Men's B; 1st Joe Herrmann and Lino Koopman, 2nd Franco and Adri Lambert, 3rd Ze de Brito and Wilco Aschenborn
Ladies winners - Judy Savage and Sumarie Jans
The winners Andrè Campbell, Diana Viljoen and Michael Viljoen
Men's B winners Lino Koopman (third from the left) and Joe Herrmann (fare right) with Lindsay Lottering the chairperson of Buccaneers Squash Club and Jose de Brito from Supatronix Walvis Bay (second from the left)
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24 MARCH 2020
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Allan king of the Desert Rudi Bowe
The Walvis Bay Motor Club's (WBMC) 2020 V- Power Race was a great success for motorists and motor sports enthusiasts at the coast. Allan Martin and navigator Maretha Olivier in the J&P Hydraulics 4x4 Skoda R5 are the S4 class won six of the nine specials stages in the 236.71km in a time of 58 minutes 31 seconds of the sedan section, 2 minutes 16 seconds faster than Wilro Dippenaar and navigator Carolyn Swan in their Shell V-Power 4x4 Toyota Auris S2000 in a time of 1:00:47 with Zachery Martin and navigator Amanda Hugo in their J&P Hydraulics 4x4 VW Polo S2000, 2.27 behind Dippenaar to end third in a time of 1:03:14. Dippenaar and Swan were penalised with 50 seconds added to his final time for clock in 5 minutes late at the start of the final stage as they had to change a flat tyre at the end of Stage 8. A penalty is calculated at 10 seconds per minute. In the CR class for pickups with V8 4x4 specimens, Bertie Smit and navigator Dewald Venter with their BSCS V8 4x2 Mazda pickup recorded their second win for the season and the brothers Stefan and Lappies Labuschage with their Gobabis Truck & Tractor V8 4x4 Land Rover in second position for the second consecutive event. Coastal driver Oswaldo Mendes and navigator Kes Naidoo in their 4x4 Mitsubishi Evo in the S4 class as well as Jan Everson and navigator Fanie Botes with their 4x2 VW Polo in S2 class were the only teams of the sixteen that entered that did not finished the rally. WBMC's Secretary of WBMC Geraldine Naude said that the event was success with only two of the sixteen cars did not finish and that at the end of the day there were no casualties.
Overall winners Maretha Olivier and Allan Martin
The WBMC thanked Walvis Bay Express Service Station, VIVO Energy, EMED 24, Walvis Bay Municipality and their Traffic Department, The Namibian Police and everyone that helped all the driver's navigators, and all spectators. The full results are: Overall: 1. Allan Martin/Maretha Olivier (58:31), 2. Wilro Dippenaar/Carolyn Swan (1:00:47), 3. Zachery Martin/Amanda Hugo (1:03:14), 4. Paul Oosthuizen Johan du Plessis (1:14:34), 5. Pieter Greeff / JP Robinson (1:14:52), 6. Gino Meyer/Riaan Hennop (1:15:58), Etienne van der Heeve/Willy van Wyk (1:18:36), 7. Tinus Malan / Isaac Coetzee (1:28:45). Field Vehicle Overall: 1. Bertie Smith/Dewald Venter (1:11:53), 2. Stefan and Christiaan Labuschagne (1:15:10), 3. Kai Pretorius / Katja Pretorius (1:16:34), 4. Dirk Redman / Flippie Liebenberg (1:18:40), 5. Wido Bartch / Raymond Fourie (1:19:04), 6. Jacques Kruger / Roche Louw (1:19:27). Class: S4: 1. Allan Martin and navigator Maretha Olivier (58:31), 2. WilroDippenaar and navigator Carolyn Swan (1:00:47), 3. Tinus Malan and navigator Izak Coetzee (1:28:48) Class S3: 1. Zachery Martin and navigator Amanda Hugo (1:03:14) Class S1: 1. Paul Oosthuizen and navigator Johan du Plessis (1:14:34), 2. Pieter Greeff and navigator JP Robinson (1:14:52), 3. Gino Meyer and navigator Riaan Hennop (1:15:58) CR2: 1. Stefan Labuschagne and navigator Christiaan Labuschagne (1:15:10), 2. Dirk Redmann and navigator Flippie Liebenberg (1:18:40) CR1: 1. Bertie Smith and navigator Dewald Venter (1:11:53), 2. Kai Pretorius and navigator Katia Pretorius (1:16:34), 3. Wildo Bartsch and navigator Raymond Fourie (1:19:04).
Wilro Dippenaar and navigator Carolyn Swan in their Shell V-Power 4x4 Toyota Auris S2000
Amanda Hugo, Zachery Martin, Maretha Olivier, Allan Martin, Carolyn Swan and Wilro Dippenaar with their trophies
Allan Martin and navigator Maretha Olivier in the J&P Hydraulics 4x4 Skoda R5
Zachery Martin and navigator Amanda Hugo in their J&P Hydraulics 4x4 VW Polo S2000
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