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22 Thursday, December 7 2017 | NEW ERA Haye’s rematch with Bellew set for May Services General CLASSIFIEDS Rates and Deadlines To avoid disappointment of an advertisement not appearing on the date you wish, please book timeously notices: 12:00, two working days prior to placing alterations: 16:00, two days before date of publication in writing only Notices (VAT Exclusive) Legal Notice N4.82 Liquor License N0.00 Birthdays N0.00 Death Notices N0.00 Tombstone Unveiling N0.00 Thank You Messages N0.00 Terms and Conditions Apply. Notice Legal Notice FORM 3 Rule 13(1) SUBSTITUTED SERVICE NAMIBIA (Main Division) CASE NO. HC-MD-CIV-ACT- OTH-2017/02638 In the matter between: ISAI NATANGWE HAIKELA PLAINTIFF And AINA NIITA NAKUUMBA DEFENDANT To: AINA NIITA NAKUUMBA, a major female with full legal capacity, Identity Number 76121610360, residing at No. 7 Dorothy Place, Klein Windhoek, Nelson Mandela Avenue, Windhoek, Republic of Namibia, but whose present whereabouts are unknown. TAKE NOTICE that by summons sued out of this court on the 26th July 2017, you have been called upon to give notice, within 20 days after the publication of this notice, to the registrar and to the Plaintiff’s legal practitioner of your intention to defend (if any) in an action wherein. Wherefore The Plaintiff claims: 1. Payment in the amount of N$ 400 000.00 2. interest on the aforesaid amount at the rate of 20% per annum from 12 November 2015 4. Further and/or alternative relief TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that in the event of you defending the action, you are to deliver a notice of intention to defend which must therein give your full residential or business address, and must also appoint an address, not being a post service on you of all documents istrar or if you elect to be served by electronic means indicate your electronic address and in that case service thereof at the address so given is valid and order or practice of the court personal service is required. TAKE NOTICE FURTHER that if you fail to give such notice, judgment may be granted against you without further reference to you. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that simultaneously with the delivery of the notice of intention of defend, the defendant must deliver the return in terms of rule 6(4), which contains the following information about the defendant: “(a) in the case of a natural person, his or her full names, identity number where available and if a Namibian citizen or any other person ordinarily resident in Namibia, his or her physical address and where available, his or her telephone or cellular phone number or both, workplace telephone number, facsimile number and personal or workplace email address The particulars so provided remain binding on the party to which they relate and may be used by the court or by the other party to effect service of any notice or document on such party or to give notice to such party. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that as soon as the managing judge has given notice of a case planning conference in terms of rule 23(1), you as defendant will be required to meet with the plaintiff in order to agree a case plan in terms of rule 23(3) for submission to the manag- pleadings and the time within Notice Legal Notice which you will deliver your plea and counterclaim if any will be determined by the court having regard to such plan and if you fail to cooperate in submitting such a plan, the court will determine the time within which you must deliver your plea and counterclaim, if any, and you as defendant must comply with such order. DATED at WINDHOEK on this 28 th day of NOVEMBER 2017 DR WEDER, KAUTA & HOVEKA INC Legal Practitioners for Plaintiff WKH House Jan Jonker Road Ausspannplatz Windhoek Ref: P.SHILONGO/O15/17055 TO: Registrar of the High Court Main Division Lüderitz Street Windhoek OF WINDHOEK HELD IN WINDHOEK In the matter between: AND NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION JUDGEMENT BY 02 DECEMBER 2016 THE WINDHOEK ON 28 FEBRUARY 2018 AT MESSENGER OF THE COURT, 422 INDEPENDENCE AVENUE, WINDHOEK. BY GOODS: 1 X FRIDGE 1 X MINI STOVE 1 X MICROWAVE 1 X LAPTOP DATED at WINDHOEK ON 04 DECEMBER 2017. For and on behalf of ABBA A KAMATI TEL NO: 061 241651 Notice Legal Notice Education Intake Obituary Death Notice JOHN KOMBUWA ANGULA *29/08/1957 +02/12/2017 1 st Memorial Service Wednesday, 06/12/2017 16H00 at Hosiana Headquarters 2 nd Memorial Service Friday, 08/12/2017 15H00 IIndongo Yakeelu, Omuthiya (His House) Burial At Odibo Angelican At 10H00 Info: 0811247540 0811488422 The postponed rematch between Eddie Hearn. 11-round bout in March and their rematch was scheduled for December freak accident. SuperSport renews PSL rights SuperSport has been awarded South Africa’s Premier Soccer League rights following a public tender process. SuperSport will thus continue to broadcast the PSL for another of SuperSport. “The decision allows us to further entrench an outstanding soccer product in the hearts and minds of supporters across the continent. We must thank and acknowledge the PSL for entrusting us with their product. help grow and nourish the sport. This “I’m pleased to get a new date in conclusion of a UK Anti-Doping license. – Nampa/AFP Photo: Nampa/AFP Rematch... David Haye and Tony Bellew’s postponed rematch has been given a new date. agreement will do much for South of SuperSport’s partnership and this are a cornerstone of the SuperSport week in and week out has been a grasped. “We will continue to walk this Khobane. “SuperSport looks forward to an enduring partnership with the –Supersport

Thursday, December 7 2017 | NEW ERA SPORT 23 Young Warriors squad for Cosafa named Staff Reporter Windhoek Na mibia’s U/20 side, the Young Warriors’ mentor Gerald Guther has named a 19-member squad to represent the country at this year’s Cosafa U/20 Cup underway in Zambia, against Group C opponents Angola at the Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe. Following a two-week training camp in Ghana that saw 26 players being taken through the ropes, head cut, dropping six players as only on Wednesday morning. Regular youth players such as Eldery Morgan, George Hummel, Lubeni Haukongo, Stanley Ndjavera and Tuhafeni Leonard made the team, but Unam FC‘s skillful Venovineja Tjikundi was dropped, together with African Stars’ Michael Kamuserandu, who was the star of the 2017 The Namibian Newspaper Cup tournament. Marciano January, from Eleven Arrows, also failed to make the team that embarks upon their journey to regional youth championships, a target coach Guther revealed earlier this week. and the Young Warriors will face Angola tomorrow at the Arthur Davies Stadium, before taking on Lesotho in their second group match on Sunday, December10, at the Nkana Stadium. Namibia’s Zimbabwe next Tuesday, December 12, at the Nkana Stadium. Group B consists of last year’s runners-up South Africa, North African guests Egypt, Mozambique and Mauritius. Group A consists of African champions Zambia, Swaziland, East African guest nation Uganda and Malawi. The top teams in each pool advance to the semi- runner-up. Matches will be played at the Arthur Davies and Nkana stadiums in Kitwe. The group stage will be completed on December 12, followed by staged at the Arthur Davies Stadium on December 14. The third-place the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola on December 16. The Namibian squad is as follows: Calvin Spiegel (Chief Santos), Vipua Tjimune (African Stars), Lubeni Haukongo and Aprocius Petrus (Eleven Arrows), Stanley Ndjavera (Tura Magic), Romario Hawiseb (African Stars), Paul Kotjipati (Spoilers FC), Migeri Hubert (Life Fighters), Johannes Hollombach (Chief Santos), George Hummel (Unam FC), Anthony Kham and Rivaldo Festus (Eleven Arrows), Augustinus Hobexab (Eastern Chiefs), Eldery Morgan and Enzo Mungendje (both Tura Magic), Moegamat Davids (South African club), Natangwe Petrus (Khomas), Petrus Kamati (//Kharas), Tuhafeni Leonard (TUKS, South Africa). BA, Young African in exciting draw WINDHOEK Newly crowned Debmarine Namibia Cup champions, Young African, held NPL veterans, Black Africa (BA), to a goalless draw in an exciting match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Tuesday night. It was the home team that started off lively, attacking Young African – who are making their debut in the Namibia Premier League (NPL) this season – from the wings in the The visitors then gained con- more fancied opponents in the open attacking game, which kept both sets of goalkeepers busy. BA hit the crossbar midway through the second half, while Young African strikers – mainly Elvis Patire, Frank Rinemhata and Semfried Maharero – failed to convert several clear chances between them. The Young African goalkeeper then came to his side’s rescue late in the game when he saved a point-blank effort from BA substitute striker Lee-Roy Adams. BA coach Lucky Richter said his players did not assert themselves fully in the game, and that they played Young African’s style instead of their own. “We created enough chances to win this match. We are trying to keep the points difference between us and the top teams as small as possible,” he told Nampa after the match. Richter added that they now turn their focus to the next two matches this coming weekend, when they aim to gain six points. The experienced mentor said, for this season, they are focusing on bringing in new players rather than challenge for the trophy, hence the aggressive use of youngsters. The match saw Young African coach Mali Ngarizemo sent to the stands after he questioned Ngarizemo told this agency it was a bad day for the referees. “They were poor; these are reasons why fans throw cans and missiles into the stadium games like this,” he fumed. He behaviour suggested they were of the game. - Nampa Gave no quarter… Action between Young African and Black Africa during their league clash on Tuesday night at the Sam Nujoma Stadium. Photo: Nampa

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