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New Era Newspaper Friday December 1, 2017

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32 AFRICA Friday, December 1 2017| NEW ERA 3-month amnesty to return loot Erf m² Upset Price 1 302 973 N$ 486 500.00 2 305 1 402 N$ 701 000.00 3 303 939 N$ 469 500.00 4 304 874 N$ 437 000.00 5 312 901 N$ 450 500.00 6 313 901 N$ 450 500.00 7 314 946 N$ 473 000.00 8 317 812 N$ 406 000.00 9 318 1 179 N$ 589 500.00 10 319 1 093 N$ 546 500.00 11 320 926 N$ 463 000.00 12 321 1 000 N$ 500 000.00 13 322 926 N$ 463 000.00 14 323 879 N$ 439 500.00 15 324 879 N$ 439 500.00 16 325 932 N$ 466 000.00 17 326 895 N$ 447 500.00 18 327 796 N$ 398 000.00 19 328 1 040 N$ 520 000.00 20 329 773 N$ 386 500.00 21 330 700 N$ 350 000.00 22 331 700 N$ 350 000.00 23 332 700 N$ 350 000.00 24 333 899 N$ 449 500.00 25 334 1 294 N$ 647 000.00 26 335 817 N$ 408 500.00 27 336 699 N$ 349 500.00 28 337 699 N$ 349 500.00 29 354 965 N$ 482 500.00 30 355 880 N$ 440 000.00 31 356 880 N$ 440 000.00 32 362 1 218 N$ 609 000.00 33 363 849 N$ 424 500.00 34 364 1 088 N$ 544 000.00 SWAKOPMUND MUNICIPALITY Sale of 34 “single residential” Erven in Extension 1, Mile 4, Swakopmund Notice is hereby given that the Municipal Council of Swakopmund offers the under-mentioned erven zoned “single residential” for sale by means of a closed bid to the highest qualifying bidder: HARARE President Emmerson Mnangagwa has granted a three-month moratorium within which individuals and corporates that externalised money and assets are expected to bring them back. The amnesty will stretch from December 1 to February 28, 2018. During the period, Government will neither ask questions nor prefer charges against those that will be repatriating back the money or assets. Non-compliant individuals and companies will be arrested and prosecuted in terms of the country’s laws. In a statement issued on Wednesday, President Mnangagwa said activities linked to Operation Restore Legacy had helped uncover cases where huge sums of money and other assets were illegally externalised by certain individuals and corporates. “Needless to say, such malpractices constitute a very serious economic crime against the people of Zimbabwe, which the Government of Zimbabwe will never condone,” said President Mnangagwa. of the illegally externalised funds and assets, the Government of Zimbabwe is gazetting a three-month moratorium within which those involved in the malpractice can bring back the funds and assets, with no questions being asked or charges preferred against them. The period of this amnesty stretches from 1st December, 2017, to the end of February 2018. Affected persons who wish to comply with this directive should liaise with the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe for necessary facilitation and accounting.” The Head of State and Government and Commander-in-Chief of the Zimbabwe Defence Forces said it was advisable for those that had externalised funds to comply to avoid the “pain” and “ignominy” of being made to account through the legal system. “Upon the expiry of the threemonth window, Government will proceed to effect arrest of all those who would not have complied with this directive, and will ensure that they are prosecuted in terms of the country’s laws,” said President Mnangagwa. “Those affected are thus encouraged to take advantage of the threemonth moratorium to return the illegally externalised funds and assets, in order to avoid the pain and ignominy of being visited by the longer arm of the law.” Central bank statistics indicate that an estimated billion was externalised between 2015 and 2017 to countries such as Mauritius, in the Far East and Botswana, although the It is believed that of the billion, about ,8 billion was spirited away illegally, while the balance was expatriated through management fees, service fees, technical fees and royalties. The apex bank also estimates that the country lost on average 0 million monthly in 2015 to illicit The Bank Use and Promotion Act laundering. Corporate malfeasance and general sector, including externalisation, have been some of the factors blamed for cash shortages in the economy. Local industry is bullish that efforts by the new administration to restore discipline in the market will be able to positively reset the economy. Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) president Sifelani Jabangwe said if all the money that was externalised was repatriated, it would result in a surplus that would naturally restore the value of the bond note. “When you look at the amounts involved ( billion) relative to our annual requirements, it means if this market, it will result in a surplus,” he said. “Hopefully, now with the new dispensation, which has already seen the black market crashing and a correction of stock market prices, the market will return to normal. Jabangwe said there was renewed ket, and President Mnangagwa had to be given the opportunity to run with his agenda. Of late, the mining sector has also been caught up in allegations of externalising large amounts of money. A recent academic study, conducted by Marko Kwaramba, senior lecturer at the University of Free State (SA); Nyasha Mahonye, senior lecturer at the University of Witwatersrand; and Leornard Mandishora, a researcher at the National Association of Non-Governmental Organisations, indicated that there was rampant misinvoicing, particularly for minerals such as diamonds, gold and nickel. It concluded that in the 13-year period through 2013, export misinvoicing of diamonds – which experts say is often done for tax evasion and avoidance, money laundering, and quota avoidance – topped US,3 billion. – The Herald GENERAL: These erven are located to the south of the built-up southern boundary of the existing Mile 4 township. The Conditions of Sale and a site plan must 08 December 2017. It can be paid either in December 2017 at 23:59. The sale will take place on Friday, 15 December 2017 No bids will be considered if they are not submitted in compliance with the process prescribed in the Conditions of Sale document and erven are allocated on the basis of 1 The prospective purchaser or duly appointed proxy must attend the registration for the sale in person, with the necessary documents. Enquiries: Ms Rakkel Gustaf Mr Patrick Hamalwa Mr Paulus Iiyambo Mr Lenga Shihueka Ms Emilia Nakale 064-4104228 064-4104227 064-4104229 064-4104230 064-4104217 The Municipality of Swakopmund is not obliged to accept the highest, or in fact, any closed bid offer received in respect of any of the erven and reserves the right to withdraw any or all the erven from the closed bid sale. NOTICE NO: 60/2017 M P C Swarts

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