14 Inside BUSINESS Thursday, February 1 2018 | NEW ERA LONDON - - JOHANNESBURG Joburg Mayor Herman Mashaba said yesterday that he had Mashaba said that the ser- NOTICE LOCAL AUTHORITIES ACT 1992 PERMANENT CLOSURE OF A PORTION (ERF A/333) OF ERF RE/333, KLEIN KUPPE, MEASURING 5,392m² AS A “PUBLIC OPEN SPACE”. THE PARTICULAR PORTION WILL BE SOLD TO THE OWNERS OF ERF 284, No. 52, OKONDEKA STREET, KLEINE KUPPE, FOR CONSOLIDATION PURPOSES Notice is hereby given in terms of section 50(3)(a)(ii) and Section 50(3)(a)(iv) of the Local Authorities Act of 1992 (Act 23 of 1992), that the City of Windhoek proposes to permanently close a portion (Erf A/333) of Erf Re/333, Kleine Kuppe, measuring 5,392m² in extent as a “Public Open Space”. The proposed public space closure is to enable the City of Windhoek to sell a portion (Erf A/333) of Erf Re/333, Kleine Kuppe to the neighbouring and registered owners of Erf 284, Okondeka Street, Kleine Kuppe. The intended public open space closure will enable the owners of Erf 284, Okondeka Street, Kleine Kuppe to consolidate the closed portion (Erf A/333) with Erf 284, Kleine Kuppe, which will be used for residential purposes. Further take notice that the locality plan for the above the town planning notice board of the City of Windhoek, Rev Michael Scott Street, Windhoek. PERMANENT CLOSURE OF A PORTION (ERF A/333) OF ERF RE/333, KLEINE KUPPE, MEASURING 5,392m² AS A “PUBLIC OPEN SPACE”. THE PARTICULAR PORTION WILL BE SOLD TO THE OWNERS OF ERF 284, No. 52, OKONDEKA STREET, KLEINE KUPPE, FOR CONSOLIDATION PURPOSES Further take note that any person objecting against the proposed permanent closure (Erf A/333) as indicated above may lodge such objection together with the of Windhoek; The Secretary, Townships Board, Private Bag 13289, WHK and with the applicant in writing in accordance with Article 50(1)(c) on or before Thursday, 15 February 2018. Applicant: Urban Green Town and Regional Planning Consultants PO Box 11929 Klein WHK Contact details: +264 61 300 820 Email: email@example.com City of Windhoek PO Box 59 Windhoek - - - - Mashaba said that Joburg of- REZONING NOTICE: Please note that URBAN GREEN TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNING CONSULTANTS, on behalf of the owner of Erf 181, No. 38, Gamsa Street, Kleine Kuppe intends to apply to the Windhoek City Council for the: Kuppe from ‘residential’ with a density of 1:500m² to ‘residential’ with a density of 1:350; and Erf 181, No. 38, Kleine Kuppe is situated along Gamsa Street. The erf is 1,070m² in extent and zoned ‘residential’ with a density of 1 dwelling unit per 500m². The proposed zoning will enable the owner to utilise the erf for purpose of three main dwellings to be registered in a sectional title development. Access to both properties will remain to be obtained from Gamsa Street. Parking will be provided in accordance with the requirements of the Windhoek Town Planning Scheme. Note that the locality plan of the erf is available for inspection on the Town Planning Notice Board at the Customer Care Centre, Main Windhoek or available from the applicant. Further take note that any person objecting to the proposed use of land set out above may lodge such objection, together with the grounds therefore, with the Windhoek City Council and with the applicant in writing within 14 days after the appearance of 22 February 2018). Urban Green Town PO Box 11929 Klein Windhoek Contact details: 061 – 300 820 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org “This morning’s announcement The information regarding the - - - - - - Their ambitious aim for a - - - Nampa/AFP - - - - - Nampa/ANA German bosses ask courts to block metalworkers’ strikes - - at the same time as businesses - Nampa/AFP
Thursday, February 1 2018 | NEW ERA ADVERT 15 Mercedes-AMG C63 V8 power rolls off African production line Staff Reporter Windhoek Mercedes-Benz is celebrating the first South African production of its Mercedes-AMG the production line in East London on Wednesday. The C63, which sports a top of the line V8 engine, retails for close to N.5 million, while its smaller brother, the C43, with a V6 engine, starts retailing at N5 000. At its annual business results in 2017, Mercedes-Benz South Africa announced that three Mercedes-AMG models will be manufactured locally for export and local sales and this week the passionate employees who participated in the ramp-up to series production celebrated this achievement. The integration of the three new models (Mercedes-AMG C 43 4MATIC, Mercedes-AMG C 63 and Mercedes-AMG C 63 S), was smooth with absolute minimal interruption to the current production in the East London plant. More than 1 700 Mercedes-AMG C 43 units have been exported as part of Staff members Mercedes-Benz South Africa’s East London plant celebrate the production of their the normal export plan from the plant, which once again reached record levels in 2017. Mercedes-Benz South Africa invested an additional R200m into the passenger car manufacturing facility in 2016/2017 for the production of the AMG models. Mercedes-Benz AMG C 63 unit here in East London, sees another exciting model added to our current C-Class family our plant as a key player in the Daimler global network. The distinct sportiness and power of the AMG brand is well recognised globally, and we are proud that the C 63 model will be exported from our shores to customers all around the world. Following the launch of the Mercedes-AMG C 43 model in another great success for our plant, and is testament to the hard work and dedication of our employees who continue to build world-class products at Mercedes-Benz South Africa,” says Andreas Engling, Mercedes-Benz South Africa CEO and Executive Director: Manufacturing. The introduction of these AMG models into the Mercedes- Benz South Africa production line required the plant to bring in new infrastructure and technological innovations to accommodate the assembly of the performance models. and additional devices at various stations – specifically in the Engine and Trim assembly lines. The new AMG model (with V8 power) is particularly distinguished by its notable engine sound and power and to achieve the successful production of this unit a new index device, conveyors and axle manipulators and equipment had to be added to the assembly process.