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8 OTHER NEWS Friday, December 8 2017| NEW ERA This day in history... 08 DECEMBER 1485: Bartholomeu Dias anchors for a few days at the present day Walvis Bay - modern-day Namibia - and baptizes the bay as ‘Golfo de Santa Maria da European to reach the bay. 1906: Britain announces intention to intervene in the Congo Free State if Belgian and German atrocities against natives continue. 1951: The conference of the ANC rejects the Bantu Authorities Act, which, it is stated was intended to prevent the development of the African people by turning them back to tribalism. 1958: The All African People’s Conference is held in Accra, Ghana. 1995: The World Health Organisation announces that a new case of the Ebola Ridiculous Wi-Fi network name A Turkish Airlines plane with 100 people on board was forced to make an emergency landing thanks to a passenger’s really stupid Wi-Fi network name. Turkey was diverted after the Wi-Fi name “bomb on board” sparked concern among passengers. The airline said the plane landed at the Khartoum airport in Sudan and was safely resumed after a security check of all passengers and the aircraft, Reuters reported. “Experts said the Wi-Fi network in question was created on board. No irregularities were seen after security procedures were carried out, and passengers were brought back on Coast. Ebola killed 250 in Zaire earlier in 1995. 1997: arrives in Mbandaka, Congo, to investigate alleged massacres of refugees. The team was delayed in Kinshasa for months while negotiating the terms and scope of the investigation with the government. 2006: News 24 reports that an outbreak of Ebola virus in northwestern Republic of Congo has killed 5,000 gorillas, helping to push the threatened species even closer to extinction. Zaire, now the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and was named after the river with which this outbreak was associated. Ebola is also deadly for cases, death follows within a few days. the plane once boarding restarted,” Turkish Airlines said in a statement. The airline said all 100 passengers on the checks, but did not say whether authorities unfortunately named Wi-Fi network. like this has happened. London Gatwick was cancelled after a Wi-Fi hotspot with the name “Jihadist Cell London 1” was spotted on board. The passenger who noticed the Wi-Fi name told the crew and an investigation was launched. about to take off from Melbourne airport for Perth was delayed for two hours after a passenger on board noticed the Wi-Fi network name “Mobile Detonation Device”. – Ferrari thief arrested after being caught begging for petrol money Ferrari ‘thief’ arrested after being caught begging for petrol money in supercar he didn’t know Santa Ana police in USA knew something wasn’t right when they approached a man who reportedly was asking for money to put gas in a Ferrari 458 Spider. The N,1 million exotic car a destroyed gearbox, emblems torn from the engine and body, missing paddle shifters and vomit but was later arrested, police said. 2015 model had been reported stolen about two weeks earlier from the Ferrari & Maserati of Newport Beach service center in Costa Mesa, when it was in for service. Apparently, a worker had left the key on the passenger seat. Security footage showed A visitor says the town looks “sad and ridiculous” as its mayor admits the number of signs needs to be reduced. A town dubbed “oppressive” because of its forest of signs telling people what not to do is to review its signage. An online reviewer after visiting Dawlish in Devon, UK, wrote: “Absolutely a sign telling me to comply in one way or another.” The signs include instructions not to feed birds, chase birds, keep dogs on leads and one that says feeding Photos: Los Angeles Times Ruined… a man wearing a Ferrari jacket walking onto the property past employees, looking in a few car windows and then driving off in the Ferrari. Twenty-seven hours elapsed before anyone noticed the car was missing. mouldy bread to ducks will poison them. The reviewer on Trip Advisor fumed: “There are literally dozens and dozens of them everywhere. “Dawlish looks old, sad and ridiculous oppressive for visitors. welcoming them! Forget the ‘do not do this’ and the ‘do not do that’ and start looking at the contradictions, confusion and general negativity it brings. lifetime visited anywhere so bad in this respect.” Rangel, 38, of Santa Ana has pleaded not guilty to felony charges of vehicle theft with a prior felony conviction of driving or taking a vehicle, grand theft auto with a prior conviction, and vandalism. – Los Angeles Times. ‘Oppressive’ Dawlish to cut back on ‘ridiculous’ signs Dawlish Mayor Martin Wrigley said he took on board the criticism and admitted there were too many signs. Wrigley told Sky News: “There are simply too many signs and we do need to reduce them and make them more positive. bossiest place. The signs are asking people not to do certain things, but there has been a proliferation of the signs in be looking at both reducing the signs and writing them in positive terms. – Sky News The Weekend DISCOUNTER To advertise into the Weekend Discounter, talk to me and I will offer you the lowest competitive price. New Era will OFFER the client with the exact discount the client offers to their customers. For products such as, “you buy 1 and get 1 free”, New Era will OFFER you 50% discount on advertising rates Bernadette Nyambe Sales & Marketing Executive Contact me: Tel: +264 61 208 0318 Email:

Friday, December 8 2017 | NEW ERA ADVERTORIAL 9 AIRWAVES Weekly NBC COMMEMORATES WORLD AIDS DAY - - - - - - - - - - - - NBC APPOINTS FEMALE MANAGERS IN STRATEGIC POSITIONS - - - - - “God is great and I am nothing without God” Ramphaga - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - “ DEATH NOTICE BORNVENTURE MILINGA LIZAZI Gardener - Katima Mulilo nbc branch 4 June 1973 - 29 November 2017 ************************************* “To live is Christ and to die is gain” (Philippians 1:21) The nbc announces the sudden departure of one its employees who served as gardener at the Katima Mulilo office. Mr. Bornventure Milinga Lizazi was born on 04 June 1973 at the Nasisangani village in the Zambezi Region. He started his career at nbc as a Freelance Gardener on 01 April 2014 at Nwanyi FM. He was permanently employed as a Gardener on 01 December 2014, a position he held until his untimely death. The late Lizazi is survived by his mother Mrs. Kahimbi Lizazi, as well as his wife Mrs. Agnes Mwitu, 6 children and 8 siblings. The nbc is deeply saddened by this loss and would like to express its sincere condolences to the bereaved family. TV CENTER - RADIO CENTER - SALES - TV LICENSING - Tel: (061) 291 3393/4/5, (061) 291 3677, DTT CALL CENTER - PUBLIC RELATIONS - Tel: (061) 291 3352 / 3350,

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