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SERVING THE COASTAL COMMUNITY SINCE 1958 NO 6941 FRIDAY 26 NOVEMBER 2021 Tel: +264 64 - 205854 / +264 64 - 461866 /Fax: +264 64 - 204813 / 064 - 461824 / Website: www.namibtimes.net

New Official Mayoral Vehicle delivered Rudi Bowe

The municipality of Walvis Bay received two Peugeots on Friday 5 November. The two Peugeot 3008 Active 1.6 PureTechs were bought after the Management Committee recommended a supplementary budget allocation for the 2019/2020 financial year.

The Mayor of the Municipality of Walvis Bay Trevino Forbes at the two new Peugeot 3008 Active 1.6 PureTechs that were bought from PAON

The vehicles were bought in accordance with a Cabinet Directive issued in terms of Section 72 of the Public Procurement Act, 2015 (Act No. 15 of 2015) on Reservation to Local Suppliers. The Council of the municipality of Walvis Bay was among the first to adhere to the directive as they approved a recommendation of the Management Committee to purchase two Peugeot vehicles from the Peugeot Opel Assembly Plant Namibia (POAN) in Walvis Bay, in order to Continues on page 2

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Klazen launches the Marine spatial Planning status report

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Forty-eight Pork bushes planted in four Wbay parks by CMA CGM #Planting For Planet initiative

Resumption of Passenger Vessels at Namibian Ports Eileen van der Schyff

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The Namibian Ports Authority is very pleased to announce the resumption of Passenger vessel services at their ports, after various measures that included the temporary suspension of Passenger vessel services were in place in an effort to help curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus. Namport welcomed the MS Europa yesterday. The first passenger liner to call at the port in more than one and a half year. Six more Passenger liners are scheduled to dock during December. MS Europa will be docked at the Port of Walvis Bay for two days before sailing to the Port of Lüderitz, and is expected to make a return call to the Port of Walvis Bay on 5 December. The Europa Passenger liner boasts a capacity of 408 passengers, 275 crew members and 11 sporting decks. The passenger liner measures 199 meters in length. A recent Press Release issued by the Namibian Ports Authority further reads: “After assessing the situation locally and globally and in consultation with our stakeholders such as Health and Immigration Authorities, we are pleased to inform you, the Namibian ports are once again ready and open to receive Passenger vessels subject to meeting the approved health protocols. With the above in mind, the Ports Authority has put the following extra reinforcement measures in place, not only for the safety of the passengers, but for the ease of mind of all citizens; Covid-19 Handling Process · International cruise ships will be allowed only at the ports provided “free Pratique” has been issued by the Ports Health Officer (PHO) from the Continues on page 2

School News Fire destroys 11 shacks A fire, believed to be caused by an electrical short circuit, burnt down to ashes 11 shacks and caused severe damage to three properties in Galjoen and Sandfontein Street, Kuisebmond on Monday this week. According to a police report, it is alleged the fire started inside a shack on the property of house number 28 and from there spread to the other 10 shacks on the other properties. No injuries or fatalities were reported.

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Mayoral Vehicle replace the mayoral Mercedes Benz and Volkswagen Jetta at the August 2019 Council meeting. The new Official Mayoral Vehicle is a Platinum Grey Peugeot 3008 GT Line 1.6 PureTech and was bought for an amount of N$621 045.870 (including all taxes). The Pearlescent White Peugeot 3008 Active 1.6 PureTech was bought for an amount of N$484 844.77 (including all taxes) and will be used by Councillors for official duties only. The arrival of the new mayoral vehicle could not have come at a better time as the mayoral Mercedes Benz that was purchased in 2011/2012 financial year had to be replaced. The mayoral Mercedes Benz and the Volkswagen Jetta that was used for official duties by the staff members in the office of the mayor will soon be

sold on auction. The Peugeot Namibia assembly plant that was officially launched and unveiled by His Excellency, Dr Hage Geingob, President of the Republic of Namibia on, 5 December 2018 at Walvis Bay has to date sold only 22 vehicles, with 131 units still in stock. So far, despite a directive by President Hage Geingob for State entities to procure locally manufactured goods, only the Walvis Bay municipality, the Namibia Industrialisation and Development Agency, the National Training Authority, the Swakopmund municipality and the Namibia Investment and Promotion Development Board bought have acquired locally assembled Peugeots. Critics have also castigated government for not following its own directive, as the Road Fund Administration recently handed over 25 vehicles produced outside the country from

Volkswagen and Toyota to the Namibian Police. The Minister of Industrialisation and Trade Hon Lucia Iipumbu recently said in her statement at the handover of ministerial vehicles procured from POAN “We know that currently POAN is faced with a critical issue of an 18% duty on export ready vehicles. The importation of components is thus now unhindered bar for the Rules of Origin based duty at export-ready stages.” “This surely has implications on the competitiveness of POAN product and ultimately on the sustainability of the plant. Both MIT and Ministry of Finance (MoF) recognised that the matter is sector-wide and will afflict any other entrant to the sector and therefore not exclusive to POAN” the minister added. According to Iipumbu POAN have around 120 vehicles on the factory floor, which the company is unable to export

Property rental scamming on the increase

The last thing one should be concerned about when renting a home is being scammed. Unfortunately, scammers are becoming increasingly prevalent not only in the real estate industry, but also with scammers pretending to be landlords, and it is essential to be vigilant throughout the process. At least a handful of residents at the coast have fallen victim to a property rental scam that is advertised on social media. Under the profile, Nathan Smith on Facebook, the man advertises various questionable low-priced properties for rent with a cell phone number of the “landlord” in “the comment section of the posts. The “landlord” in this case is deceased John Robinson who lost his life some time ago on the B2 coastal road. Namib Times phoned the “landlord” yesterday after receiving several phone calls from residents who have fallen victim to the scam. When asked if it is possible to view the property, the “landlord” explained he operates on a first come first serve basis. The scammer operates by scheduling a property viewing for later in the day, but first expects a payment of N$1000 through ewallet to “secure” the property, and first waits for a deposit from another potential tenant. He explains the reason for an e-wallet payment is because his bank is in a negative and any payments into his account will be deducted. He then requests the victim's phone number and sends proof of “his identity”, which is the identity document of the deceased Mr John Robinson. Warning signs to prevent being the victim of a rental scam you should watch for is if they don't want to meet you in person, they want you to move in immediately without ever seeing the property, they ask for rent or a security deposit before signing a lease, the price is too good, there is no tenant screening process.

Continued from page 1 due to the 18% effective tariff. “Allow me at this juncture to thank all those who have procured their vehicles from POAN such as the municipality of Walvis Bay and all other individuals and entities who have indeed so far answered our call to support this strategic investment initiative in the country”Iipumbu said. Iipumbu urges all local private and public entities including the general public to start procuring these vehicles just as the Ministry of Industrialisation and Trade, The Municipality of Walvis Bay and the other few has done, as this will enabled keeping the assembly plant afloat and in the meanwhile to save jobs.

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Ministry of Health and Social Services. · Port Health Officer (PHO) will carry out thermal screening of all the passengers and drew onboard the vessel. Alternatively, this activity can be carried out by the cruise medical personnel with the assistance of the PHO. Until such time clearance by PHO is completed, passengers will not be allowed ashore. Port/Local hospital to assist PHO by supplying additional doctors and medical staff and logistics etc. · Shipping Agent/Master of Vessel to submit all documents related to crew and passengers regarding their travel to/from the Covid-19 affected countries. No sick passengers/crew allowed on board the vessel by Shipping agent/Master of Vessel. If any passenger/crew show symptoms of the disease, disembarking of such passengers/crew is not permissible. Samples of the patient are sent for lab testing, if the outcome of the sample tests positive, the passenger is taken to an isolation facility attached to the Port and the vessel will be required to leave. If the outcome of the sample is negative, the passengers and crew may disembark the vessel. A declaration to follow this procedure must be adhered to by all vessels before entering Namibian ports. The Namibian Ports Authority is confident that the measures put in place are adequate and will be able to give our visitors a safe and enjoyable Namibian experience. As an entity, our first priority lies with ensuring the safety of our workforce, port users and the Namibian community at large. Namport remains appreciative that the tourism industry is a key player in Namibia's economy and we continue to be committed to advancing the country's drive of economic recovery. During the month of December, the following Passenger liners are expected to call at the Port of Walvis Bay; the MSC Lirica on 09,15,20,24, and 31 December respectively and the final Passenger liner, Norwegian Jade will arrive on 31 December 2021.”


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Klazen launches the Marine Spatial Planning status report Sharlien Tjambari

The Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) Current Status ReportKnowledge Baseline was launched on Thursday, 18 November in Swakopmund. The report brings together the evidence required for the development of Marine Spatial Planning. It provides the foundation for guiding future development at sea. The MSP is a decision-making process that guides where and when human activities occur in the ocean. Making sure the right activity takes place in the right area, helps the ocean economy to grow sustainably – benefitting humans and the environment alike. According to the Exe-cutive Director of the Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Annely Haiphene, MSP provides a mechanism for an integrated plan-ning approach for marine management. It provides a framework and guidance on the use of ocean by different stakeholders to maximize benefits and minimize conflicts among the ocean users. MSP has been authorised by Cabinet through the 2nd National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) 2013 – 2022. MSP is a key strategic goal of the National Development Plan 5 (NDP 5) to achieve a blue economy “that sustainably maximizes the economic benefits from marine resources to ensure equitable marine wealth distribution for all Namibians”. This is in view of the growing range of industries in Namibia's ocean space (fishing, mining, trans-port, and tourism) that exert increasing pressure on the health of the eco-system. The Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Derek Klazen said: “Having perused the current status report I am convinced that it is an important milestone in the Namibian Marine Spatial Planning process, since it brings together multiple sectors and stakeholders to integrate their spatial claims and interests in order to generate the best sustainable ocean development pathway for the country. As such, it contributes directly to the development of a sustainable blue economy”.

Dr Anja Kreiner the Chair of MSP National Working Group, the Minister of Mines and Energy Derek Klazen and Elisabeth Mausolf MARISMA Team Leader launching the Marine Spatial Planning Current Status Report in Swakopmund

Swakopmund approved 59 building plans last month A total of 59 building plans to the value of N$36.8 million were approved during October in Swakopmund, a 17.4% decrease compared to 88 building plans, with a value of N$59 million which were approved during September. In October, 27 building projects were completed in Swakopmund to the value of N$20.1 million, compared to 34 projects to the value of N$25.6 million completed in September this year. These included 10 new residential projects valued at N$9.8 million, 15 residential additions and alterations (N$5.2 million) and new industrial buildings (N$5 million).


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M44 detour a danger at night

Court

Eileen van der Schyff

Swakopmund Court Report Magistrate Court Eugene Van Wyk (22), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 9 December because the trial was partly hear. The accused is on bail. Wiseman Vellem (48), appeared on a charge of possession of cocaine. The matter was postponed to 2 March 2022 for legal aid. The accused is on bail. Jennifer Neis (28), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 27 June 2022 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Zane Swart (25), appeared on a charge of breaching of a protection order. The matter was postponed to 22 June 2022 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Dean De Waal (28), appeared on charges of assault by threat, crimen injuria and marine resources regulations- assault/obstruct/resist/hinder/threatens or intimidates a fisheries inspector. The matter was postponed to 8 March 2022 for legal aid. The accused is on bail. Paulus Petrus (30), appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 24 February 2022 for record and sentencing. The accuse have been warned. Kennedy Ngesheya (24), appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 256 January 2022 for plea and trial. The accused remains in custody. Erwin Marcel Doeseb (23), appeared on a charge of robbery. The matter was postponed to 24 January 2022 for plea and trial. The accused remain in custody. Emilio Bezuidenhoud (37), appeared on a charge of theft. The accused was found guilty with evidence and sentence to 12 months imprisonment. Andreas Uusiku (33), appeared on a charge of failing to ascertain injuries sustained- road accident. The matter was postponed to 7 March 2022 for further investigations. The accused is on bail. Hiskia Shipanga Iiyambo (40), appeared on a charge of kidnapping. The matter was postponed to 23 March 2022 for further investigations. The accused remain in custody. Ileni Ndawena Shitaleni (36), appeared on charges of dealing in cocaine and dependence producing substance. The matter was postponed to 27 January 2022 for continuation of trial. The accused is on bail. Patric Wells (50), Jurgen Wells (23), a 17-year-old boy and Melvin Fisch (25), appeared on charges of kidnapping, assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and assault by threat. The matter was postponed to 9 December because the trial was partly heard. The accused are all on bail. Angula Sakeus (56), appeared on a charge of attempted murder. The matter was postponed to 6 July 2022 for plea and trial (final remand). The accused is on bail. Lukas Amutenya (29), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed 8 December for submissions. The accused is on bail. Jose Aibeb (22), appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 2 March for legal aid. The accused is on bail.

Eugene Jansen (40), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 23 February 2022 for further investigation. The accused is on bail. Nicky Hans Eiseb (21) and Hafeni Hityasha (26), appeared on a charge of theft. The matter was postponed to 23 February 2022 for co-accused to be re-arrested. Nicky Hans Eiseb is at large, and a warrant of arrest was issued and Hafeni Hityasha is on bail. Linus Iyambo (28), appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to rob and robbery. The matter was postponed to 18 January 2022 for further investigation. The accused remain in custody. Ricardo So Oabeb (28), appeared on a charge of driving with an excessive breath alcohol level. The matter was postponed to 28 February 2022 for further investigation. The accused remain in custody. Desmond Urikhob (29), appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 27 January 2022 for plea and trial. The accused remain in custody. Laurence Urika (28) and Erenfried Tjipepa (37), appeared on a charge of housebreaking with intent to steal and theft. The matter was postponed to 28 February 2022 for further investigation. The accused remain in custody. Jonathan Bock (49), appeared on a charge of theft by false pretences. The matter was postponed to 28 February 2022 for further investigation. The accused remain in custody. Derick Brockerhof (42), appeared on a charge of illegal hunting. The matter was postponed to 9 March 2022 for further investigation. The accused remain in custody. Linus Haihambo (36), appeared on charges of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and witchcraft suppression act-naming a person as a witch and accusing them of witchcraft. The matter was postponed to 4 July 2022 for plea and trial. The accused remain in custody. Jonas Mutilifa (29), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 25 January 2022 for sentence. The accused have been warned. Fillemon Johannes (43), assault – breach of protection order read with provisions of the domestic violence act. The matter was postponed to 15 February 2022 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Rudolph Kamapunga (24), appeared on charges of kidnapping, assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm and assault by threat. The matter was postponed to 1 February 2022 for continuation of trial. The accused is on bail. Joel Nakashimba (27), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 10 March 2022 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Kaovere Tjipekapora (26), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 24 February 2022 for plea and trial. The accused is on bail. Paavo Haifete (24), appeared on a charge of assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. The matter was postponed to 24 March for plea and trial. The accused is on bail.

The detour on the MR44 duel carriageway behind the dunes is becoming a concern among residents frequently using this route at night. The detour is only visible once you have reached it. Westcoast Safety Initiative on their social media platform suggested putting in place flashing orange lights at both ends of the detour for better visibility in an attempt to avoid unnecessary potential accidents.

To remove or not to remove? Residents of Kovambo Nujoma Drive in Walvis Bay are divided over the recent removal of a speed hump in this street lined with luxury homes and accommodation outlets overlooking the picturesque lagoon. Also nicknamed “millionaire's mile”, Kovambo Nujoma Drive is the main life artery of Walvis Bay Salt for the daily transportation of salt from the salt pans to a stockpiling facility in the port of Walvis Bay. Approximately one million tons of salt is transported by hi-tech salt trucks on Kovambo Nujoma Drive per year. Residents are divided. There are those who feel the two speed humps, also knowns as speed calming infrastructure, are there for exactly that role. The removal of the southernmost speed hump created a dangerous situation for pedestrians crossing the road. It caused one accident recently. In contrast, those whose homes or accommodation facilities are closer to this southernmost speed hump, complains of increased noise pollution levels as trucks and other transport drive over it. An inquiry to the municipality of Walvis Bay revealed home-owners in the immediate area of the southernmost speed hump were consulted in writing. These residents all opted for its removal. With the speed hump removed, other residents are left frustrated as vehicles speed on this stretch of road. “We have removed it, as residents complained of the noise. However, we are looking at alternative measures to curb speed in this street,” a senior municipal manager indicated. These, among others, include more pedestrian crossings which will force vehicles to reduce speed.


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Forty-eight Pork bushes planted in four Walvis Bay parks by CMA CGM #PlantingForPlanet initiative Eileen van der Schyff

French container transportation and shipping company, Compagnie Maritime d'Affrètement (CMA) and Compagnie Générale Maritime (CGM) Namibia, in collaboration with the Walvis Bay Municipality identified four parks in Walvis Bay for their quarterly tree planting project where 48 Pork bushes were planted on 13 November. This project is in line with the CMA CGM Group's global reforestation initiative. The initiative, #PlantingForPlanet aims to plant 110 000 trees for each of the group's 110 000 staff members throughout 12 countries. With the assistance of the Walvis Bay Municipality's Parks and Cemeteries Supervisor, Lucky Shipanga and team leaders, Immaculata Kauzuu, Jason Haitembu and Stepahnie Ndelvelo, the local CMA CGM team planted 48 Pork bushes (also known as elephant bush, dwarf jade plant, purslane tree and spekboom in Afrikaans). “We chose the Spekboom, because of its resilience and ability to adapt to the environment, a very important consideration with Walvis Bay's climate. With a lifespan of up to 200 Years and being such adept carbon sequestrators - a succulent that helps fight air pollution. Essentially, it acts as a carbon sponge, absorbing carbon from the atmosphere and turning it into plant matter.” It has the ability to 'sequester' or capture four to ten tons of carbon per hectare! The CMA CGM Group is resolutely committed to continued sustainable development and to the preservation of the natural environment within our local communities. CMA CGM Namibia would like to thank the Walvis Bay Municipal staff for their time and assistance. “Not only did we have a productive morning but a very enjoyable one too!”


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International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women In recognition of November 25 as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against women, I want to send a clear message and support all the other voices who are saying the same thing: violence against women and girls must end now. Globally, more than one in three women experience such violence during their lifetimes, and even more sadly, it is often at the hands

of someone they love. There is no excuse for gender-based violence, not in the United States, not in Namibia, not anywhere. This is an inexcusable

crime that governments, social organisations, and courageous individuals must end by working together. Last month, the

DJ Truckport Otjiwarongo Traveling from the coast has been made easy and comfortable for you and your family when driving past Otjiwarongo, the Gateway Capitol of the north. No longer are you required to go and fill up in town, where you will find long and congested queue of cars waiting to fill up or people standing all over the place making it unsafe for you to leave your car unattended. Here you will be delayed for at least an hour before you hit the road again, and hopefully with all of your belongings still intact. The answer therefore lies with DJ Truck Port, a Namcor Service Station which is about 500 meters from Otjiwarongo (from Kalkfeld side). The place is run by wellrespected business personalities in the Oil Industry, Dan-Boy Ndjadila, who also hails from the coast, and his wife Jurie, who together have 15 years of Service Station experience. Here you don't need to wait, as our staff recognizes that you have a long journey still to complete and thus will go full out to help you rejoin your journey as soon as possible. We don't allow hawkers on our premises in order to create a safe and conducive atmosphere for our customers. We want you to relax. At DJ Truck Port you will find a clean environment, clean toilet, best service, quality food, friendly and trained attendants, spacious parking and a baby changing station for mums on the go, to cater for all your traveling needs. Now you know why you must stop at DJ Truck Port, to avoid the congestion in town and now you also have a reason to support someone who hails from the coast. For any pre orders and or queries please don't hesitate to call our senior staff members Emma and Henry. Support local, because local works for you…….See you soon at DJ Truck Port Namcor and have a SAFE JOURNEY.

Biden-Harris Administration issued a National Gender Strategy – the first ever in the United States – and ending genderbased violence is a fundamental part of that strategy. Achieving gender equity and ending GBV are core to the United States' domestic and foreign policies, but there is still a long way to go. Every individual has i n h e r e n t d i g n i t y, rights, and deserves to

be treated with honor. Those are the values that Americans and Namibians believe. Together, we and everyone else who

holds these beliefs can bring us closer to a world where safety and security are guaranteed, and where everyone, including

women and girls, can live up to their full potential for the good of families, communities, countries, and the world.

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Seaside Primary School Grade seven's graduates Rudi Bowe

Seaside Primary School in Walvis Bay had their first ever grade 7 graduation ceremony recently. The school opened its doors in January 2017. The graduation ceremony is connected to the past and future and the growth of the 144-grade sevens who are accommodated in four classes at the school. School Principal, Emily Ndemula, said the aim of the graduation ceremony was to appreciate the years these learners spent at Seaside and prepare them for the next stage of their education. “You are ready and more than able to carry the torch that we bestowed upon you. You have been a light and a pleasure to teach these past three years. We are very proud of you. Always remember to be kind, be a good friend, look out for one another, stay out of trouble, follow your dreams and always believe in yourself.” Ndemula also admired the school's 45 teachers for their dedication and hard work. “The love, dedication and commitment you've shown our learners in these challenging years are truly commendable. It is a privilege to work with such a strong team.” She acknowledged the important role parents play. “You are a vital component in the children's education. You have helped them grow, and we value your support. Without it we would simply not be such a marvellous school.”

The first-ever grade 7 graduation at Seaside Primary School. Photo contributed

NOTICE OF TRANSFER OF BUSINESS Take notice that Meldin Nolte and Christina Hester Nolte intend to alienate and dispose of their egg and poultry farming business carried on under the name and style of “Rosendal Farmi n g ’’ a t F a r m No.180, Swakopmund, to and in favour of Dawndale Poultry Farm CC, registration number: CC/2021/08875, who shall carry on the business for its own account at the aforesaid premises, and this publication shall serve as due notice having been given in terms of Section 34 of the Insolvency Act No.24, of 1936 . Dated at Swakopmund on 12 November 2021. KINGHORN ASSOCIATES Legal Practitioners Haus Altona 2 - 6 Tobias Hainyeko Street P O Box 1455 Swakopmund (HEA/AW NOL4/ 0003-50)


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School News

Alle mal herhören Schüler der Privatschule Swakopmund werden zu Dramatikern. Das Fräulein von Scuderi als Hörspiel. In diesem Schuljahr haben sich die Schülerinnen und Schüler der Klasse 9 im Deutschunterricht mit Detektiv- und Kriminalgeschichten beschäftigt. Kommissar Wallander (Mankell), Sherlock Holmes, (Doyle), Miss Marple (Agatha Christie), Kommissar Bärlach (Dürrenmatt), wir hatten sie alle kennengelernt. Schließlich stießen wir auf eine schmale Erzählung aus dem 19. Jahrhundert von E.T.A. Hoffmann, bekannt für seine psychologischen und unheimlichen Geschichten. Er hatte sich bereits 1819 einen weiblichen Detektiv ausgedacht: Das Fräulein von Scuderi. Die gleichnamige Novellespielt in Paris im Jahr 1680. In den dunklen Gassen geschehen zu jener Zeit unheimliche Morde, die von der Polizei der Stadt nicht aufgeklärt werden können, während gleichzeitig der Sonnenkönig Ludwig IVX am Hofe ein unbesorgtesLeben führt. Tatsächlich hat sich E.T.A. Hoffmann historische Vorbilder für seine Erzählung genommen, denn Madeleine de Scuderi (1607-1701) war eine bekannte französische Dichterin des Barock, La Regnier (de la Reynie, 1625-1709) war der berüchtigte Generalleutnantder französischen Polizeiund Madame de Maintenon (16351719) war die Maitresse des Königs, der sie

später heimlich heiratete. Wir hatten uns gerade an E.T.A. Hoffmann, seine langen Sätze, den ungewohnten Wortschatz und die vielen französischen Namen gewöhnt, da kam der Schul-Lockdown und wir mussten einen neuen Plan machen, denn der Unterricht im Klassenraum war vorläufig nicht erlaubt. Statt der üblichen Textbearbeitung begannen die Schüler nun in tagelanger Hausarbeit die Erzählung in Dialoge umzuschreiben. Plötzlich kam Leben in die alte Geschichte, Figuren tauchten auf, bekamen eine Stimme und einen Charakter, schließlichen wurden Rollen verteilt und das Spiel konnteam Anfang sogar online beginnen! Später wurde das Nautilus Tonstudio in Swakopmund unser professioneller Partner bei der Produktion des Hörspiels. Wir bedanken uns bei David De Beer und Gernot Fritze für viele Stunden geduldiges Arbeiten beim Aufnehmen und Mischen der Dialoge. Es hat uns sehr viel Spaß gemacht! Und nun: Alle mal herhören – DANKE für's Zuhören! Das Hörspiel wird vom Deutschen Hörfunk (NBC) in den Weihnachtstagen übertragen. Das genaue Datum wird rechtzeitig bekanntgegeben.Außerdem wird das Hörspiel schulintern als CD oder Audiodatei verbreitet. (Heike Holch-Niebuhr)

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Dance Sport School League coaching workshop held at the coast Rudi Bowe

The leaners that participated in the workshop

President of Dance Sport Namibia Venancius Rukero on the left with the teachers that attend the Dance Sport School League coaching workshop in the Erongo region NOTICE OF THE CONSENT APPLICATION IN TERMS OF THE WALVIS BAY TOWN PLANNING SCHEME CONSENT: Homebased Business ON ERF NO: 2311 TOWNSHIP/AREA: Walvis Bay STREET NAME & NO: Peter Mushihange In terms of the Walvis Bay Town Planning Scheme, notice is hereby given that I/we, the undersigned, have applied to the Walvis Bay Municipality for permission to erect/establish on the site a/an: Cash Loan. Plans may be inspected or particulars of this application may be obtained at Town Planning, First Floor, Rooms 101 & 105, Civic Centre. Any person having any objection to the approval of this application, must lodge such objection, together with grounds thereof, with the General Manager: Roads and Building Control, (Town Planning), Private Bag 5017, Walvis Bay and the applicant, in writing, not later than 9 December 2021. NAME AND ADDRESS OF APPLICANT: Nathan De Klerk, P O Box 1576, Swakopmund

Namibia Dance Sport Academy (NDSA) and Dance Sport Namibia (DSN) hosted the Dance Sport School League (DSSL) coaching workshop for teachers in the Erongo region at the Jan Wilken Indoor Sports Complex in Walvis Bay. Twenty-two teachers from primary, combined, junior and secondary schools in the Erongo region attended the workshop. Mrs Ernfriede Juliendina Stephanus from the Erongo Regional Council Directorate of Education, Arts & Culture, Venancius Rukero President of Dance Sport Namibia and Mr Timo Jantze National Dance Sport School League Coach presented the workshop. President of Dance Sport Namibia Venancius Rukero said there will be a refresher workshop in February 2022 just before the league will kick off and in March or May 2022 a national DSSL coaching and adjudicator's workshop will be held for two teachers and one regional convenor from each region. According to Rukero, the national DSSL coaching and adjudicator's workshop will be funded by the Olympic Solidary Fund from the International Olympic Committee through the Namibia National Olympic Committee and Commonwealth Games Association. The school that attended the DSSL coaching workshop were, Nara PS, De Duine SS, Duinesig CS, Flamingo SS, Hillside Christian Academy, Seaside PS, Kuisebmund SS, Narraville PS, Tutaleni HS, Tutaleni PS, Alexander Private School, JTC Private School, Atlantic JSS Coastal HS, Festus !Gonteb, JPS Hangageni PS, Tamariskia PS, Westside HS, Henties Bay Private School, Brandberg PS, Namib HS, Riverside Private School. With the support from the Erongo Regional Council Directorate of Education, Arts and Culture the DSSL also establish the Erongo Dance Sport School League (EDSCL) that will start next year in the region. Rukero thanked all the schools, teachers, athletes and leaners as well as the parents for their participation 'we are all together as the DSSL Family.”


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MUNICIPALITY OF WALVIS BAY

cipal Offices, Kuisebmond.

Notice is hereby given in terms of section 63(2)(b) of the Local Authorities Act, 1992 (Act 23/1992), as amended, that the Council of Walvis Bay intends to lease a Portion of Farm 37, measuring 10 000m2, for one year to establish a borrow pit and to haul material to Unik Engineering Namibia (Pty) Ltd and JDN Engineering CC.

For more information Ms Merinda Matsuis can be contacted at telephone (064) 2013235 during office hours.

The rental will be N$6 600 plus N$990 (15% VAT) per month. Full particulars pertaining to the lease will lie for inspection by interested persons until Wednesday 15 December 2021 at room no. 45, Muni-

Written objections, duly motivated, to the intended transaction must be received by the undersigned before or at 12:00 on Monday 20 December 2021. AGOSTINHO T. VICTOR GENERAL MANAGER: COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Municipal Offices Civic Centre Nangolo Mbumba Drive Private Bag 5017 Walvis Bay Fax: (064) 209714

NOTICE CONSENT USE IN TERMS OF THE SWAKOPMUND ZONING SCHEME Notice is hereby given in terms of Clause 6 of the Swakopmund Zoning Scheme that the Municipal Council considers the following consent use, details of which are obtainable from the General Manager: Engineering & Planning Services. CNUC Namibia Mining Limited herewith intends to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for special consent for a Resident Occupation – Administrative Office on the premises of Erf 4167 (3 Emerald street) Swakopmund extension 12. 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 Swa-kopmund Municipality and the applicant, during normal business hours. Closing date for objections or comments is: 20th December 2021. Contact Person: Ms E Nakale, Cell: 081 209 1238. Email: pewa2.nakalegmail.com or Mr. J. Heita (Manager Town Planning) Tel: +264 (64) 4104403.

NOTICE CONSENT USE IN TERMS OF THE SWAKOPMUND ZONING SCHEME

Notice is hereby given in terms of Clause 6 of the Swakopmund Zoning Scheme that the Municipal Council considers the following consent use, details of which are obtainable from the General Manager: Engineering & Planning Services. Baobab Trading Enterprises cc herewith intends to apply to the Municipality of Swakopmund for special consent for a Resident Occupation - Administrative Office on the premises of Erf 995, (43 Nickodemus Kavikunua Street) Mondesa Extention 3. 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: 13 December 2021. Contact Person: Mr L /Awaseb, Cell: 081 201 2125, email: khomta@gmail.com or Mr J. Heita (Manager: Town Planning) Tel: +264 (64) 4104403

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NOTICES STUDY HUT HOMESCHOOL SUPERVISING CENTER: Are you homeschooling your children? Do they miss the social interaction of a mainstream school? Are you working all day & checking schoolwork all night? If Yes, then Study Hut is what you need! We are an affordable Homeschool Supervising Center opening in January 2022 in Walvis Bay, offering supervisory classes for homeschooling families, as well as after care for school going children at affordable rates. CONTACT: NADJA OOSTHUIZEN 081 127 9392 Email: oosthuizennadja@gma il.com

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SERVICES DR KAMUZU Traditional doctor newly arrived. Pay after success. Lost lovers, marriages, diseases, man power. Finance, unfinished jobs. Protection now in Walvis Bay and in Swakopmund on request. 081 777 4547

SERVICES COASTAL SKIP HIRE: Jimmy Moller 081 341 7574 Swakopmund REMOVAL OF BUILDING / GARDEN RUBBLE / YARD CLEANING. Quick cleaning Service!

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ANNA & MAURISA Cleaning services we do the following We clean houses We clean yards We clean windows At lower costs available in Erongo region for more information 081 569 1896 081 645 9860 KURT RENOVATIONS: Alle verf werk en opknapping van geboue, huise, gaste huise. Enige plek in Erongo streek, vir gratis kwotasies. Skakel: B von Seydlitz 081 819 6117 of Richard: 081 692 3590

MAMA SINDI A well known South African female doctor Sangoma from Kwazulu natal (Durban) is here to heal, treat and solve your problems. Lost lovers will be back to you, women problems, work, lucky charms, protection and many more. Located Lagoon, Walvis Bay Mama Sindi 081 327 4512 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 in town, next to Choppies Supermarket Call, text, whatsapp 081 740 7321

CLOSING TIME: 10:00 day prior to publication

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Dr Dube. Lowest consultation fee of N$50. Will tell you all your problems before you ask him anything. Powerful muti for manhood enlargement (Kuzakuza). Strong on relationship & marriage matters. Fix broken relationships. He will show and explain your future and fortune telling. Diseases like Asthma, Epilyps, minor stroke, Cancer in early stages. Weight loss. Love felihle kakhulu. Women tightening. In Both Walvis Bay & Swakopmund and also in Arandis on Appointments. Call 0817647849

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

TRADITIONAL DOCTOR: Dr. S Jeke (The Best). Bad Luck - Luck Muti - Love Problems Marriage to keep your lover just for yourself - Work problems - Promotions - To get ten-ders and to boost your business - People don’t want to pay you back - Pregnancy Problems - Protection of Farms, Houses, Cars and Animals - Sexual transmitted sickness - all sickness Asthma, BP - Remove tokoloshi 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 Dr Vuyo Mukwena. A very powerful Traditional & Sangoma. Free Consultation. He deals with all relationship problems: lost lovers, attract the right man/woman of your future. Sexual boosters and male enlargement & enhancement. Size matters, sweet women. Issues of luck and jobs, promotions, salary negotiations. Financial miracles, short boys, unfinished jobs. Healing of diseases and many more. 0817645932 Malawian traditional 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 nlargement. Hips/breast. Come and experience the wonderful miracles happening in your life and you will never regret. Call/sms Bomba Bazuka: 081 602 7102

DR ABU YAKEN DR LOVE Dealing with only love problems Expert in lost lovers Marriage problems Call love line 081 862 1832

PROPERTIES TO RENT TO RENT: Centre of Swakopmund Modern upmarket fully furnished/applianced 2 bedroom flat for long term rent. Large open plan kitchen, dining-room, lounge combo. Includes fireplace and underfloor heating. 1 full bathroom + guest toilet. North/west facing Veranda with braai Long garage with electric gate. Building looked after by Haus Lüderitz body corporate- included in rent N$ 10 000/month negotiable 081-124 0375 nick@nicksracing.com Flat to Rent: One spacious bedroom flat situated in Tamariskia, open plan kitchen/lounge equipped with stove and cupboards. It has shower, toilet and alarm system. Price is N$ 3600 per month (W&E included) and a negotiable deposit. Vehicle garage optional. Available immediately Contact: 081 286 5630 TO RENT IN WALVIS BAY CITY CENTRE Double storey townhouse right in central town with: * 3Bedrooms * 2Bathrooms * Open-plan Kitchen * Lounge * Single Garage * Courtyard * Spacious, neat, safe, peaceful & quiet * Walk to town Available immediately for N$ 7500 monthly plus same deposit. Call 0857583788 TO RENT: 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with garage to rent in Walvis Bay Kuisebmond for N$ 5500.00 p/m W&E excluded Available as from 1 December 2021. 0816165586 / 0857264450.

PROPERTIES TO RENT

PROPERTIES TO RENT

FLAT TO RENT Room to rent Available immediately (Now), Swakopmund, Mondesa, water & Electricity Included Own Shower & Toilet, Hot Water, Free WiFi, Ideally for Singles. Price: N$1,900.00+ (N$1,000.00 Refundable Deposit). If Couple N$200 additional will be added to cover W&E.) Call: 0818090399 & 0812615767

TO RENT: 1 Bedroom flat partly furnished, Walvis Bay available immediately, Water and electricity included no garage and 1 bedroom flat available end of December, partly furnished Water included no pets aloud. No garage. Deposit N$ 3,300 Rent 3,300.00 p/m Contact nr. 081 272 4003

TO RENT: Bachelor flat available in Narraville 1x bedroom, bathroom, open plan kitchen and lounge. N$ 3 000.00 p/m Water incl. Prepaid electricity. Deposit N$ 2 000.00 Contact: 081 644 4690 TO RENT: 1x Bachelor flat spacious room Kitchen, toilet and shower W/E incl. N$ 2 800.00 p/m Narraville nearby Woermann Brock Contact: 081 140 6655 To Rent: Kabeljou/Walvis Bay - One bachelor flat available, bedroom and open plan kitchen and sitting room, free wi fi and secure parking N$3000.00 only (Water and electricity included) 0812867210 / 0812059653 TO RENT: Bachelor flat to rent N$ 2 500.00 p/m W/E incl. Kuisemond, Walvis Bay Contact: 081 145 6165 TE HUUR: Koraal str 22 Bachelor woonstel ingeboude kaste en stoof N$ 3 200.00 p/m N$ 1 500.00 deposito W/L ingsl. 1 slaapkamer woonstel Aalwyn str nr 13 N$ 3 000.00 p/m N$ 1 500.00 deposit W/L ingsl. Garage beskikbaar - apart van huur Kontak: 081 578 2854 CFS PROPERTIES SWAKOPMUND FOR RENT House Kramersdorf 2 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Lounge, Dining, Full bathroom, Tandem garage, guest toilet, bic, water & electricity excluded. N$8,900.00 Irene @ 081 353 5551 064 412320 irene@cfsnamibia.com TO RENT: Lovely sunny flat on 2nd floor with Lagoon and park view. Large lounge 1 ½ bedrooms (sun room), kitchen bathroom / shower and many built in cupboards N$ 5 500.00 p/m Incl water. Tel: 081 243 9544

APARTMENTS TO RENT IN NARRAVILLE, WALVIS BAY MONTHLY RENT: N$ 3995 *2 bedrooms with bic *1 bathroom *Open plan kitchen with bic and lounge area *Single garage with laundry facilities *Small back yard *Pre paid electricity *Running water excluded Deposit: N$ 3995 (payable Over 3 Months) For More Information Contact Susan Curtis Estates 081 146 6218

TO RENT: 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, big open plan lounge and kitchen. In a flat complex N$ 2 950.00 p/m Water incl. Narraville Contact: 081 402 7738 TO RENT: 1 Bedroom, 1 bathroom, backyard flat N$ 2 000.00 p/m Namport Kuisebmond Contact: 081 402 7738 TO RENT: Two bedroom flat with open plan kitchen available to rent. At safe place available 1 December 2021. Deposit N$ 2 000.00 N$ 3 500.00 p/m Incl water. Prepaid electricity. Contact: 081 127 7788 TO RENT: Kabeljou Kuisebmond one bedroom flat in a secured area N$ 2 300.00 p/m W/E incl. Free wifi Preferably one person Contact: 081 286 7210 081 205 9653 Flat to Rent: A 3-bedroom house to rent situated in quiet area Tamariskia, with 2bathroom, double garage, alarm system. Price is N$6500 per month including water and a negotiable deposit. Available immediately, Contact: 0812 865 630. TO RENT: Outside room at NHE house available as from 1 December 21 with your own toilet and shower and shared prepaid electricity and garage N$ 2 500.00 p/m Contact: 081 259 2912 081 414 0876


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PROPERTIES TO RENT

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To Rent: Narraville 2 Bedroom backyard flat. Spacious openplan with built in cupboards, bathroom and kitchen. N$ 4000 water @ electricity included Deposit N$ 1500 No pets Serious and sober people only Available 01 December Contact: 0818304957

FLAT TO RENT: One spacious bedroom flat situated in Tamariskia, open plan kitchen/lounge equipped with stove and cupboards. It has shower, toilet and alarm system. Price is N$ 3600.00 per month (W&E included) and a negotiable deposit. Vehicle garage optional. Available immediately, Contact: 0812 865 630

TO RENT: 2 Bedroom flat with bathroom and open plan kitchen.. with cupboards and stove. Own water and electricity Deposit R3850 + R3850 Send whatsapp if interested. +27826218592

MTE PROPERTIES Narraville - Flat to Let A big one-bedroom flat available to rent. The flat is situated at Pleinstreet 87(behind Narraville Primary School. The flat has an open plan kitchen, sitting room, shower and toilet. There are build-in cupboards in the kitchen and bedroom. NO GARAGE Rent: N$3000 per month (water included). Deposit: Will be required Prepaid electricity installed. Contact: 081 455 4176

TE HUUR: Narraville Onmidellik beskikbaar 2 slaapkamer sitkamer kombuis badkamer & toilet Water ings. Koopkrag sonder garage N$ 4 000.00 p/m Deposito N$ 1 500.00 Kontak: 081 452 8679 TO RENT: Kuisebmond 2 Bedroom house with kitchen , toilet shower water and electricity incl N$ 3 400.00 p/m Outside room to rent W/E incl. N$ 2 000.00 p/m neg. Contact: 081 244 1265 TO RENT: Newly Build Backyard Bachelor flat to rent at Wakuna - Own Toilet, Mini Kitchen, Hot Water next to the Sea Water & Electricity Included. Call for more Info. 0812023111 Amount between N$3000 to N$3300 - Available from 1st of December 2021 TO RENT. 1 Bedroom flat in Walvis Bay available the immediately, water and electricity included. No garage. Deposit N$ 3,200 N$ 3,200 p/m Contact nr 081 272 4003 TO RENT: Bachelor flat to rent in Kuisebmond with own shower and toilet. Safe area for parking and free wifi - N$ 2 800.00 p/m W/E incl. N$ 5 00.00 deposit Available 1 Dec 21 Contact: 081 802 9510 TO RENT: NHE House Kuisebmond Flat to rent one bedroom with small kitchen and toilet inside with shower Water incl. Deposit N$ 1 000.00 N$ 2 500.00 p.m Contact: 081 240 8039 081 626 0734 TO RENT: one bachelor flat available for rent in Narraville Sun Valley houses. one bedroom, kitchen, bathroom safe place with burglar bars on doors and windows N$ 3 000.00 p/m W/E incl. Contact: 081 215 5309 081 473 0616

FLAT TO RENT: A 3-bedroom house to rent situated in quiet area Tamariskia, with 2-bathroom, double garage, alarm system. Price is N$ 6500.00 per month including water and a negotiable deposit. Available immediately. 0812 865 630

TO RENT: Walvis Bay, Town - 2x outside rooms w/e included N$ 2 000.00 p/m Plus one bedroom flat N$ 3 500.00 p/m W/E incl. Contact: 081 422 6419

PROPERTIES FOR SALE Bargain for Serious Investors Complex with 22 flats & 2 garages. Erf size 1523sqm – Mahetago Swakopmund Rental income ± N$50 000 Selling for N$3.5mil neg. valuation N$3.96mil Can be used as a Creche/PreSchool Can be converted with minimal changes into SME Park for small businesses Reason for selling – owners retired Serious Investors only Call: 081 246 4906 or 081 406 0400 FOR SALE: Kuisebmond, Kabeljou side - by owner 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms 1 lounge Double garage Contact: 081 234 9696 HOUSE FOR SALE: Swakopmund, near Woermannbrock, Mondesa Large house with an outside flat, 3 bedrooms(master bedroom en-suite) 2 bathrooms, kitchen with BIS, paved yard, alarm, high wall. N$ 1.3 Mill (neg) Contact: 081 156 3969 / 081 313 7097

PROPERTIES FOR SALE FOR SALE: Comfortable, two bedroom/two bathroom cottage in Kranzberg Village, Extension 4, Omaruru. A perfect retirement option for quiet, country living. Spacious, open-plan kitchen/dining/lounge area. Built-in cupboards in bedrooms, kitchen (built-in stove), scullery Contact: Jean Fischer 081 235 9735. email: jfischer@iway.na HOUSE FOR SALE OR TO LET: Walvis Bay Large Family house situated in a prime, quiet and safe residential area: 25, Bramwell str. / Cr. Peter Dixon str. Erf no. 184 - size 785 m²; Main building - 187 m²; Guest flat 43 m²; Outbuilding 36 m²; Garage 51,5 m²; Paving 250 m² total built up area 567 m3; boundary walls 803. Adjacent to Lagoon Park, near Lagoon and Venus Shopping centre. 2 bedrooms (main bedroom with en-suite bathroom) second bathroom, separate toilet. Spacious lounge, kitchen with many cupboards, scullery, separate laundry, large entertainment room with “binne-Braai” (BBQ 36,0 m²). Granny-flat (43,23 m²) with bathroom and kitchenette. Tandem garage 13.23 m (50,5 m²) Passage and lounge walls clad with wood panels. Alarm system and burglar bars on entrance doors and all windows. Established garden and lawn. Fig and Mulberry trees in yard. Paved (interlocks)back and front yards. Further info: No mosquitoes, no smell from fish factories or sewerage works, no southwest wind blown sand, roof not leaking. Very low crime rate area. For more information or to arrange viewing Contact: 081 248 4674 or 081 274 4721 or 064 46 1161 or Christina 081 370 0911 Email: friedhelm@ludwiger.com renate@ludwiger.com

VACANCIES VACANCY: Furnmart Swakopmund 1 Sales Advisor position available Minimum Qualifications - Valid Drivers License - Matrix/ Grade 12 The applicant should have at least had 2-3 years experience in the position applied for, sober habits, good admin skills and excellent communication skills. The closing date for CV to reach Mr Rickerts by hand is 30 November 2021. Please confirm receipt of application. Only short listed candidates will be contacted, should you not be successful within 1 week of closing date please accept that your application was unsuccessful

Accommodation ZzZ Guesthouse Windhoek West: SPECIAL! Per room per night: Single:N$400 and Double: N$500 Comfortable Accommodation with Double or Queen beds, En-suite bathroom, DSTV, Aircon, WiFi, BBQ areas, Swimming pool and safe parking. Bookings: 081 4777 414

WANTED BEST CASH PRICES PAID ON THE SPOT FOR ALL KINDS OF YOUR GOLD RINGS BANGLES, CHAINS COINS, ETC EVEN FOR THE BROKEN ONES WE ALSO BUY CUT DIAMONDS Please visit DESERT JEWELER & CURIOS Prior calls are essential Cell: 081 408 1550 We have moved to 85 Hage Geingob str Walvis Bay OPPOSITE International School of Walvis Bay *** If you don’t want to sell your items, YOU CAN PAWN your gold and diamond jewellery or even a car WANTED: Looking for a second hand bed or ¾ or double bed with matress Contact: 081 244 1265

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: 1994 Toyota lwb 2.4 diesel engine D4D 3.0L with alot of extras, all papers done for info call

0816778824

CLOSING TIME: 10:00 day prior to publication

CARS FOR SALE: White Mercedes sprinter 16 seater for sale 2010 model to view in Walvis Bay. N$ 180 000.00 Contact Heidi: 081 222 8249 Harry’s Garage Swakopmund CARS FOR SALE: 1. Colt Bakkie White Colour, year model 2000 Petrol 2x4 N$ 45 000.00 2. Toyota Surf Grey Colour, year model 2010 Petrol 4x4 N$ 60 000.00 3. Toyota Bakkie White Colour, Extended Loading Box, Petrol 2x4 N$ 60 000.00 Call Lizan: 081 230 4814 Harry: 081 129 1385

JOBS WANTED JOB WANTED: Ovambo man looking for domestic work, gardening work or any other work. Contact: 081 732 4370 JOB WANTED: A 26 year old lady is looking for work around Walvis Bay. I am ready to start anytime. Contact: 081 836 5354 JOB WANTED: I am a 21 year old lady looking for domestic work around Walvis Bay or Swakopmund. Willing to work from Mondays to Fridays. Contact: 081 880 6943 JOB WANTED: I am a 34 year old lady looking for domestic work or babysitting work for 3 days per week or even weekends around Swakopmund, I have experience and ready to start as soon as possible. Contact: 081 429 2087 / 081 649 0391 JOB WANTED: I am a 30 year old lady looking for domestic work, ironing and I can even take care of elderly people in Swakopmund only. I am hardworking, I have experience and can start as soon as possible. Contact: 081 867 0194

PROPERTIES TO RENT Walvis Bay Office space to rent N$ 6 000.00 p/m Water included Prepaid electricity Contact: 081 124 3904

Services SMN DRIVING SCHOOL *1 Hour N$ 120.00 *5 Hours N$ 550.00 * 10 Hours N$ 1200.00 plus 1 Hour free * 15 Hours N$ 1700.00 * 20 Hours N$2400 plus 2 Hours free *25 Hours N$ 3000 plus natis test free *unlimited packages for 30 days for 1 hour N$ 4000.00 Call us today for bookings 081 861 6500 We also offer learner's license classes LICENCE IS YOUR DEGREE


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Trusted Travel platform extended until 15 January 2022

Support Local It is worth it to stop at these stalls next to the road especially when greeted by friendly faces like in the picture above. The next time you drive past a roadside shop, stop and have a look at the interesting products. It is worth it.

Jean Johanna Nora Miller (neé Collair) DOB. 09.02.49

DOD. 13.11.21

FUNERAL: 27 November 2021 08:00 @ Jean Millers Residence & 09:00 @ St Saviours Church Narraville 2 Tim. 4 : 7-8 I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Now there is in store for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will award to me on that day — and not only to me, but also to all who have longed for his appearing.

We, the Millers, want to thank each and everyone for your support, messages and calls during this time of grieve.

Carlos de Gouveia * 21.07.1953 † 24.11.2021 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort,who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.

In Loving Memory Your wife Rhodora de Gouveia Sons Chander, Henrique & Charlie Daughter Chayanna Brothers Ivo, Emidio & Sandro and all their families

Funeral arrangements to be announced For more information contact: Charlie de Gouveia 081 289 8363

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Eleven year old wins Nedbank for Autism Series Rudi Bowe

They say dynamite comes in small packages and that's exactly what happened when the talented 11 year old Emile Vilbert (Junior) claiming all the spoils and won the 2021 Nedbank for Autism Series final with an impressive score of 37 points last Saturday 20 November at Omeya Golf Club. Emile Vilbert an 11 year old learner at Walvis Bay Private High School (WBPHS) was the winner of the second Nedbank for Autism Series with a Coastal Swing held Saturday 28 August 2021 at the Rossmund Desert Golf Course with 39 points . Dan Zwiebel from DZ Golf, the Nedbank for Autism Series Coordinator said that A total of 527 players participated in the 2021 Nedbank Autism Golf Series that consist of 10 events across our entire country to support the drive to create awareness for the Autism Association of Namibia. Zwiebel said that the Nedbank Autism Golf Series raised an amount of N$228 200 in support of Autism that is not a myth, not a stigma, not a curse, not a puzzle, just a different way of being and thinking and viewing and to Create Understanding through Acceptance. Petra Dillmann, founder of the Autism Association of Namibia, says that the continuation of support for the project will have a great impact as it increases the chances of sustainability towards supporting autistic persons, their parents, teachers and the community in learning about and retaining their awareness, understanding and knowledge about autism. According to Dillmann, the organisation aims to support parents, their children with ASD, adults with ASD, as well as friends and professionals who are interested in promoting the well-being of persons with autism spectrum disorders within Namibia, and to provide a network between the various autism organisations worldwide.

“We are absolutely dedicated to provide support and assistance as well as training in the field of autism to parents and professionals. In the current economic climate and with the diverse needs of various members of the community, this is becoming increasingly difficult,” said Dillmann. Dillmann said, ”We are particularly excited to host quality golf events at centres where avid golfing enthusiasts rarely get the opportunity to play in a professionally organized event virtually on their own doorstep. Undoubtedly, we will also have the opportunity to scouts for talent and thus contribute to the overall development of the sport country-wide”, said Dan Zwiebel, the Nedbank for Autism Series Coordinator.” Zwiebel said that the series will be held again in 2022 with Nedbank again as the title sponsor and all the co-sponsors. Zwiebel thanked s Nedbank Namibia and all the cosponsors of the event that are M+Z Motors, AfricaOnline, Engen Namibia, ComputerKit Namibia, Khomas Medical Centre, Taeuber & Corssen, Gondwana Collection Namibia, Safintra Roofing Namibia, Imperial, as well as Future Media as the media partner. The final results of the Nedbank for Autism Series final at Omeya Golf Club are;

Emile Vilbert Jr 37 points, Kevin Wentzel 33 points, Jolene van Schoor 32 points, Attie v/d Westhuizen 31 points, Meliki Shoozi 30 points, Jimmy Faber 29 points, JC van Niekerk 28 points, Antonius Amugongo 28 points and Bonnie Hoabeb 24 points.

Belt grading Swakopmund Fight Club Swakopmund Fight Club held their first belt grading in over 2 years with total of 18 students, 12 juniors and six seniors, last Saturday, 13 November 2021 under the watchful eyes of Sensei Jannie Gouws, Sensei Duan Oppermann and Sensei Lesley Hoebeb. The youngest kickboxer was 6-years-old, and the most senior candidate, 63-years-old. With all other students they never backed down in a very intense and physically demanding kickboxing grading where endurance, willpower and a warrior spirit were tested. Techniques and fight combinations were demonstrated with a highlevel point sparring, and continuous fighting concluded the belt grading session. All students performed exceptionally well. Sensei Jannie Gouws said the Swakopmund Fight Club is a proud, well equipped martial arts dojo, teaching Kickboxing & Krav maga since 2010. “We teach both light and full contact kickboxing. We

are affiliated with the Namibian Kickboxing Federation. Our students competed in many local and international tournaments over the past 10 years with very good results. There are numerous benefits to kickboxing, and training and one can start at a young age. Development and improvement of agility, self-

The 2021 Nedbank for Autism Series winner Emile Vilbert Jr with Managing Director of Nedbank Namibia, Martha Murorua. Contributed

confidence and self-respect are just some of the benefits, all while having loads of fun and getting a high-level full body workout,” Sensei Jannie Gouws explained. New Green belts: Cornelia Becker, Martin Nandu and Reuben Oppermann New Orange belts: Pieter van Heerden and Zak

Swart New Yellow belts: Armand Kruger, Jackeline Sass, Art Thiele, Tristan de Beer, Isebelle de Beer, Tristen Wagner, Adrian van Zyl, Reinhardt Engelbrecht, Anrich Kotze, Ruben Kotze, Taleila Sass and Anastasia Sass White belt 2: Joubert Marais.

WALVIS BAY: 28 NOVEMBER 2021 GATHERING : The Raft Restaurant (PARKING AREA) TIME OF GATHERING : 12h00 MASS RIDE DEPARTS : 12h30 SHARP! MASS RIDE THROUGH TOWN CENTRE MASS RIDE ENDS AT DUNES MALL MAIN ENTRANCE THE AIM : TO HAND OVER TOYS AND GIFTS TO THE ROTARY CLUB FOR DISTRIBUTION TO LESS PRIVILEGED CHILDREN UP TO 14 YEARS WE CATER FOR AGE GROUPS UP TO 14 YEARS, WE KINDLY ASK YOU TO CONSIDER GIFTS FOR ALL AGES (FUN STATIONERY, TOILETRIES, PUZZLES AND BOARD GAMES ETC) . NO TOY GUNS PLEASE – THESE CANNOT BE DISTRIBUTED!

ALL BIKERS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC ARE WELCOME. ALL BIKERS AND BIKES MUST BE LICENCED AND HELMETS MUST BE WORN. BUSINESSES ARE ALSO WELCOME TO DONATE A TOY T-SHIRTS AND BADGES AVAILABLE!

BIKERS DO IT WITH LOVE! The Kickboxers from the Swakopmund Fight Club


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26 NOVEMBER 2021

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FNB Kudus II reserves league champions Rudi Bowe

The FNB Kudus II were crowned the Namibian Rugby Union's (NRU) 2021 Reserve League champions after the Narraville boytjies beat the Khomasdal boytjies FNB Western Suburbs 32-17 in the final of the league last Saturday, 20 November at the Hage Geingob Stadium in Windhoek.

Players, management members and fans on arrival with the NRU Reserve League trophy

This was the first time that Kudus Rugby Club won an NRU league trophy since 2008 when they beat FNB Wanderers in the final in Windhoek. The Chairman of Kudus Rugby Club Greg Swartz said the club and its fans are terribly excited about the success this team has achieved. Swartz said, "We are very proud of the men. For us, it means a new era of a winning culture at the club that we have to keep up with and we just need to build further now. We have been longing for success for so long. ” Swartz encouraged the first team and expressed his gratitude to one of the board members, Allister Carollissen. "We are aware of what you do for the team, and also carry the victory on you.” The Patron of Kudus Rugby Club Zane Jansen, thanked the team's main sponsor First National Bank of Namibia as well as all the other sponsors who contributed to the team's success. At the teams arrival last Sunday Kudus II captain Lezandro Vos said he could not describe his feelings and how it feel like to bring the trophy to home after 13 years. "All I can say is that we are extremely proud of the successes we have achieved." One of the players who were part winning the 2008 League trophy 13 years ago, Casio Schoombee encouraged his team mates to do it again next year. "We showed them who Kudus is and we must continue like this." FNB Kudus Rugby Club's management and players dedicated the trophy to Chandler Plato and James de Koker who both lost their lives due to Covid-19. FNB Kudus II was awarded a penalty try and scored 3 tries by Cody Naholo and Riwaldo Strauss, two tries. Ulriato Lawrance scored 10 points, that includes two penalties and two conversions.

Krahenbuhl and Viljoen Close Singles Championships Kudus II captain Lezandro Vos with the winning trophy. Photo contributed

Rough n Tough Challenge raises N$470 000 The annual “Rough n Tough Challenge” wrapped up with a resounding success. More than 120 drivers and supporting friends undertook the challenge of “old wheelers touring the Namib Desert” from Swakopmund up to Damara Mopane Lodge outside Khorixas, only allowed to use farm trunk roads and gravel pathways, to raise awareness and funds for the Cancer Association of Namibia (CAN). Mr Phillipie Baard, event founder and organiser, handed over the final donation of N$470 000 to CAN's Rolf Hansen. The funds are earmarked to support CAN patient support activities in the Erongo Region. Photo Contributed

Rossmund Bowlers,Axel Krahenbuhl and Diana Viljoen are the 2021 Namibian Closed Men's and Women's Singles Bowling Championships. With the win, both qualified to represent Namibia at the World Closed Singles Championshipsin New Zealand next year. Photo Contributed


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