16 RUKAVANGO Thursday, February 22 2018 | NEW ERA W/ONB/13 - 13/2017: DESCRIPTION: MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT TENDERS ARE INVITED FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SINGLE CONTAINER SIZE ISOLATION UNIT AT HOSEA KUTAKO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, KHOMAS REGION OF MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES BID DOCUMENTS: DOCUMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE AS FROM THURSDAY, 22 FEBRUARY 2018, FROM 09H00 AT MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES PMU; DIRECTORATE: FINANCE AND PROCUREMENT, MINISTERIAL BUILDING, HARVEY STREET WINDHOEK CLOSING DATE: 23TH MARCH 2018, FRIDAY @(11H00) LEVY: N$ 300.00 (NON-REFUNDABLE) Sure za St Boniface vampitisili vazo kugwana mukumo melikwamo lyokukulika umpitisili mokamba TECHNICAL ENQUIRIES: FORMAL ENQUIRIES SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY, AND WILL BE COMMUNICATED AND SHARED WITH ALL BIDDERS. A BRIEFING MEETING 14 DAYS BEFORE CLOSURE, 09 MARCH 2018 (15H00) AT DIRECTORATE: FINANCE AND PROCUREMENT, MINISTERIAL BUILDING, HARVEY STREET WINDHOEK W/ONB/13 - 12/2017: DESCRIPTION: PREFABRICATED STANDARD ISOLATION UNIT AT HOSEA KUTAKO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, KHOMAS REGION BID DOCUMENTS: DOCUMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE AS FROM THURSDAY, 22 FEBRUARY 2018, FROM 09H00 AT MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES PMU; DIRECTORATE: FINANCE AND PROCUREMENT, MINISTERIAL BUILDING, HARVEY STREET WINDHOEK CLOSING DATE: 23 MARCH 2018, FRIDAY @(11H00) LEVY: N$ 200.00 (NON-REFUNDABLE) TECHNICAL ENQUIRIES: FORMAL ENQUIRIES SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY, AND WILL BE COMMUNICATED AND SHARED WITH ALL BIDDERS. A BRIEFING MEETING 14 DAYS BEFORE CLOSURE, 09 MARCH 2018 (15H00) AT DIRECTORATE: FINANCE AND PROCUREMENT, MINISTERIAL BUILDING, HARVEY STREET WINDHOEK W/ONB/13 - 11/2017: DESCRIPTION: PREFABRICATED STANDARD ISOLATION UNIT AT KATIMA MULILO HOSPITAL, ZAMBEZI REGION BID DOCUMENTS: DOCUMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE AS FROM THURSDAY, 22 FEBRUARY 2018, FROM 09H00 AT MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES PMU; DIRECTORATE: FINANCE AND PROCUREMENT, MINISTERIAL BUILDING, HARVEY STREET WINDHOEK CLOSING DATE: 23TH MARCH 2018, FRIDAY @(11H00) LEVY: N$ 200.00 (NON-REFUNDABLE) TECHNICAL ENQUIRIES: FORMAL ENQUIRIES SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY, AND WILL BE COMMUNICATED AND SHARED WITH ALL BIDDERS. A BRIEFING MEETING 14 DAYS BEFORE CLOSURE, 09 MARCH 2018. (15H00) AT DIRECTORATE: FINANCE AND PROCUREMENT, MINISTERIAL BUILDING, HARVEY STREET WINDHOEK DOCUMENTS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE OFFICE OF: THE SECRETARY PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT GROUND FLOOR, FINANCE & PROCUREMENT HARVEY STREET WINDHOEK TENDERS MUST BE FORWARDED TO: THE SECRETARY PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT P.O. BOX 13198 WINDHOEK FAX NO.: (061) 239 780 OR DEPOSITED IN: THE TENDER BOX; GROUND FLOOR BUILDING HARVEY STREET WINDHOEK NB: A LEVY (NON REFUNDABLE) IS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE IN CASH OR BANK GUARANTEED CHEQUES ONLY. (UNPAID TENDER DOCUMENTS WILL BE PREJUDICED). RECEIPT FOR PAYMENTS (ORIGINAL/COPY) MUST BE ATTACHED TO TENDER DOCUMENTS!! NO TENDER DOCUMENTS WILL BE ISSUED TO TENDERERS PRIOR TO THE PAYMENT OF THE REQUIRED NON - REFUNDABLE LEVY: NB: THE CASHIER IS LOCATED AT CENTRAL HOSPITAL GROUND FLOOR CASHIER OFFICE HOURS: 08H00 – 17H00 – MON TO FRI FOR SECRETARY: PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT. Pinahas Nakaziko Windhoek Konyara vakarelipo varongwa wokusika ko 26 posure zaBoniface kuna kulizuvha asi awo kuna kugwana umpitisili mevango eli vaturapo lyokuvadeura, awo ngesi kuna gwana nye edeuro eli kali kereko pevango vana kutumbura asi Okatjikona unsitwe merongo ndi meraka lyovakwetu asi Environmental Educatiion centre, lya kara poWaterberg Plateau. Edeuro eli kalitulisirepo mbunga vana kutumbura ai Emene Team Building . Leena Shikongo age katente asi kuna lirongo asi ngapi omu novhura kuuyunga kombunga, ntani asi ngapi novhura kukara yipo opire nomuga mokuuyunga kombunga. Magreth Mangundu katente asi age kalirongere asi ngapi nomuruganena kumwe,ntani ngapi nomulihuguvara, kupitira moyiviyauka nayinye oyo vana mupe murugane kumwe. “ Edeuro eli lyoumpitisili kalivatererenge asi ngapi omu nanitura malikwamo gange ngomuntu nakara asi mukarelipo varongwa vakwetu,yipo simpe asi melikwamo lyange lyoyirugana yosure yiwapenge mokuza komeho. Emene mbunga ezi zina lituramo mokuvatera kudeura nompitisili , kugava mukumo, nokukupa nonkondo mwankenye yihorokwa yombunga egendeso lyankenye sininke mwaza uzuni naunye. Mukurona gwazo pamberewa musesugona, Emilia Emene, age kuna lituramo unene mokuvatera muhoko gwaNamibia omu navatera vadinkantu vana kugwana mpito zokupitisira mosirongo. Age kwakere nare moumpitisili woposure wokulisigasiga, dogoro pononkuru sure age kwakere mpitisili dogoro konombunga nye peke age kakere mpitisili apa ngesi kuna kuronga nye vampitisli ponosure ngovanona yipo asi vadware mudwaro goumpitisili. Epongo eli kavalitulisirepo yipo vaturonge yininke yokulisiga siga yipo asi tudiva kurugana nampili Musikiliti kadipagere hekurwendi kumwe nokulidipaga mwene Mukungu kalidipagere mwene konyima tupu apa kadipagere hekurwendi moutano mositata saVenduka, korukanda rwaWanaheda. Sakaria Kuhangwa , gonomvhura 33, kuna kuzuvhika asi karoyere hekurwendi gonomvhura 52, Erikson Mutilifa, nouta wendi woyirugana eyi kayitundilire komutangu kavakere nago vantu ava vavali. Mokukwama ekona kono lyovaporosi, Kuhangwa ogu gakara asi murugana gokampani zavawokukunga mavango kakere talikida mukaro geharo panyama kwasipwasendi, eyi kayininkisire Mutilifa apire kuyitamburako nampili nakauke. Muuyungilipo vaporosi vaNamibia, Chief Inspector Kaunapawa Shikwambi, Kuhangwa kuna kumugazarere moudigu ono kara.Katugwene omu nompitisira morupe rokulisiga siga, mokuuyunga kombunga, omu nolihuguvara nyamoge, kugendasa moudigu nokugakohonona, egwanekero , kuruganesa siruwo ntani kuruganena kumwe. “ Nomurundi kwakara nkenye oku, nye twahepa kudiva asi koveli vamwe kukasika nkenye oku gwakahagera murudi, unene kugusapo maudigu ntani kuretesapo nye nompito dokulironga moumpitisili, ntani ukaro nye wanyamoge yipo nye asi yina kara mulyo mokukulika Namibia, yimo na kutanta Imene. Elikwamo eli lyovadinkantu kwaligendesa nawa mokupameka muntu, eyi yina kuvaninkisa asi varongwa ava ngesi kuvhura nye vakagendese nampili moudigu vana kara. Mukaro ogu gwaninkisa vantu wovanzi vakakare nye pwavene vasige eyi yavatumbukira mokuvatera vakwawo.Vatera sikasama esi ngasikalivatera komeho ogo pwasene mokukaronga vakwawo mukaro nago peke. asi kazire monzugo zasipwa sendi omo ngano kava kere asi vakakare kumwe panyama. Ano hekurwendi kumwe nokumuhomokera, makura age yipo kadukilire ponze kumwe nokuroya sikutji uta una kara asi wokoyirugana yendi, yimo ngoso ana kutanta Shikwambi. Mutilifa simpe yiyo kahomokerere Kuhangwa sikando sauvali konyima tupu ana apa kuroya sikutji. Moomo nye vana kulikondjesa ngoso Kuhangwa yiyo nye karoyere hekurwendi monturo kumwe nokulilika uta mwene nage kumwe nokuliroya.Kuhangwa wete momutwe. Ekona kono kosihorokwa sangesi simpe kuna kutwima. Mosihorokwa naso peke, mutungimo momukunda gwa ONkani , moOtamanzi kalihagekesere mwnyo gwendi momapeu kukwama mutangu ogu kagu kerepo nage nekoro lyendi. Festus Shivolo, gonomvhura 37, kuna kuzuvhika asi kalimenge mwene norugodi monzugo zendi zokurara monongura domosondaha. ‘ Kuna kuzuvhika asi nakufa ogu kakere nonomutangu kumwe nekoro lyendi morwa yimaliva kayizumbanene komeho aka guligusa mwenyo gwendi.” Yimo na kutanta ngoso Shikwambi. Vaporosi kapi vana kugazara rera nkenye ogu mosihorokwa sangesi ntani kwato nkenye umbangi anasigi tura kazididilikire moutano asi nakufa Emmanuel Namupolo, gonomvhura 46, ogu ana kara asi rutu rwendi kavarugwene ana limanga mwene mositji. Kuna kuzuvhika asi age katundire pembo mune gahana kutanta asi kupi ana kuza. Kwato nkenye ogu vana kugazarera sihorokwa sangesi.
Thursday, February 22 2018 | NEW ERA INTERNATIONAL NEWS 17 Raul Castro receives US lawmakers on visit to Cuba HAVANA Cuban President Raul Castro received a bipartisan delegation of US lawmakers Tuesday, who are visiting the island with the alleged “acoustic attacks” against US diplomats on their agenda. “During the meeting they discussed matters of interest to both countries,” the Cuban government said in a statement. The delegation, led by Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont, MOSCOW arrived in Cuba on Sunday to address various issues including the mysterious supposed attacks in Havana. The issue has hit US-Cuba relations, with Washington withdrawing half of its diplomats from Cuba and embassy in the US capital. The Cuban foreign ministry’s US director, Carlos Fernandez de Cossio, met with the congressmen on Monday assuring them that “no evidence that attacks occurred against US diplomats in Cuba exists,” according Moscow on Wednesday said it would be “very dif- plummeted to Cold War lows on accusations of election meddling and crises in Syria and Ukraine. Deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov accused the US of trying to meddle in Russia’s internal affairs ahead of a presidential election next month, after Washington indicted 13 Russians for an alleged covert effort to interfere in 2016 US polls. “Paradoxically, the Americans are taking steps towards meddling in our internal affairs and exacerbating tensions in bilateral relations ahead of the presidential election” in Russia on March 18, Ryabkov told the news agency Interfax. “Despite this, they continue -- without any foundation or proof -- to reproach us for apparently interfering in their electoral process,” he said. “Of course we in Moscow regret all of this,” he said of potential sanctions against the 13 Russians who were indicted last week as part of a US federal government probe. the US on from their current state,” he said. Several US congressional committees and special prosecutor Robert Mueller are investigating allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 election and collusion with the campaign of President Donald Trump. Moscow has long denied any role in election interference. The Cold War rivals have clashed over crises Cuban president Raul Castro to his deputy Johana Tablada. Accompanying Leahy on the visit are senators Ron Wyden of Oregon and Michigan’s Gary Peters, along with representatives Kathy Castor of Florida, Jim McGovern of Massachusetts and Susan Davis of California. Leahy has been one of the most active politicians inside the Capitol in advocating the improvement of US-Cuba relations, which defrosted somewhat in 2014 under Barack Obama after half a century of tension. The US delegation would end its stay in Cuba on Wednesday with a press conference. At least 24 Americans, a mix of US embassy personnel and their dependents -- suffered headaches, hearing loss, disorientation and some loss of cognitive ability between November 2016 and August 2017. Some recovered from the most acute symptoms, but the severity, range and recovery time was mixed and it’s not yet clear whether any have suffered permanent injury. US press reports suggest that FBI agents dispatched to Havana have support a theory that the staff were attacked with an acoustic or sonic weapon. - Nampa/AFP US-Russia ties will be hard to repair: Moscow US president Donald Trump Russian president Vladimir Putin in Ukraine, Syria and Iran, with reciprocal expulsions of diplomats last year. Following Russia’s 2014 annexation of the Crimean peninsula and the war between Kiev and Kremlin-backed rebels, the US has imposed ever stricter sanctions on Moscow. - Nampa/AFP Six killed in attack on S.Africa police station Port Elizabeth, South Africa An armed gang stormed into a rural police station in South Africa on Wednesday and stole soldier dead, police said. The robbers entered the police station in the southern village of Engcobo shortly after mid- others, who were later shot and killed, police spokesman Vish Naidoo said. “During the early hours of this morning six people were killed when robbers attacked Engcobo police station,” Naidoo told AFP. “Five of the six were Three police officers were killed at the police station when robbers attacked the station and the members.” Naidoo said the rob- arms and bundled two car. The bodies of the two were later found dumped on the side of a road. The attackers also shot and killed a soldier as Attacks on police are common in South Africa, which has one of the highest crime rates in the world. cers were killed in the line of duty in the 12 months between April 2016 and March 2017, according to the latest crime statistics available. - Nampa/AFP NOTICE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) PROPOSED SAND MINING (CALCRETE), ZAMBEZI REGION & INVITATION TO A PUBLIC MEETING Project Name: Proponent: Project Location: Public Meeting Date: Venue: Time: Deadline to submit comments: NOTICE FOR PUBLIC MEETING ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT Africa Planning Forum cc (APF) hereby give notice to all potentially Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs) that an application will be made to Environmental Commissioner in terms of the Environmental Management Act (No 7 of 2007) and the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations (GN 30 of 6 February 2012) for the following: PROJECT NAME: Construction and operation of a Service Station on Erf 4254, Khorixas Extension 1 and a shopping complex and related activities on Erf 4255, Khorixas Extension 1, Khorixas, Kunene Region PROJECT LOCATION: Khorixas Extension 1, Kunene Region, Namibia PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The proponent is of the intention to construct and operate a Service Station on Erf 4254, Khorixas Extension 1. The proponent further intends to construct a shopping complex on the adjacent Erf 4255, Khorixas Extension 1. The erven on which the proposed service station and shopping complex will be located and situated adjacent to each other in the neighbourhood of Khorixas Extension 1. The erven are zoned for “Service Station” and “Business” purposes respectively and thus are in line with the land use requirements in terms of the Khorixas Town Planning Scheme. The subject environment impact on the environment as the area has been earmarked for urban development. PROJECT INVOLVEMENT: Proponent: Lazarus Kunugab Environmental Assessment Practitioner (EAP): Africa Planning Forum (APF) Public meeting date: Wednesday, 28 February 2018 Time: 15H00 Venue: Eddie Bowie Primary School Hall, Khorixas REGISTRATION OF I&APs AND SUBMISSION OF COMMENTS: In line with Namibia’s Environmental Management Act (No. 7 of 2007) and EIA regulations (GN 30 of 6 February 2012), all I&APs are hereby invited to register and submit their comments, concerns or questions in writing via: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 061 271 228 or Tel: 061 271 220 on or before 6 March 2018. NOTICE FOR PUBLIC MEETING ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT Africa Planning Forum cc (APF) hereby give notice to all potentially Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs) that an application will be made to the Environmental Commissioner in terms of the Environmental Management Act (No 7 of 2007) and the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations (GN 30 of 6 February 2012) for the following: PROJECT NAME: Township Establishment of Tulaing Estate Proper and Tulaing Estate Extension 1, Grootfontein, Otjozondjupa Region. PROJECT LOCATION: Grootfontein, Otjozondjupa Region PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The project will comprise the Township Establishment on Consolidated Portion X (Comprising of the Remaining Extent of the Farm Hangover No 773 and Portion A of the Farm Kranzfontein) Grootfontein to be known as Tulaing Estate Proper and the Township Establishment on Portion B of the Farm Ackerbau No 3 to be known as Tulaing Estate Extension 1. Grootfontein by widening the choice and quality of living at Grootfontein by creating a new low density “Rural Estate” development to the north of Grootfontein. Tulaing Estate Proper is to comprise of approximately 99 erven to be zoned for Residential Estate, Business, Light Industrial, Institutional, Special, Agricultural, Private Open Space and Public Open Space purposes. Tulaing Estate Extension 1 is to comprise of approximately 197 erven to be zoned for Residential Estate, Business, Institutional, Special, Undetermined and Public Open Space purposes. Streets are to be created within both townships. PROJECT INVOLVEMENT: Proponent: Tulaing Properties (Pty) Ltd Environmental Assessment Practitioner (EAP): Africa Planning Forum (APF) Public Meeting date: Thursday, 1 March 2018 Time: 16H00 Venue: Grootfontein Show Hall REGISTRATION OF I&APs AND SUBMISSION OF COMMENTS: In line with Namibia’s Environmental Management Act (No. 7 of 2007) and EIA regulations (GN 30 of 6 February 2012), all I&APs are hereby invited to register and submit their comments, concerns or questions in writing via: Email: email@example.com; Fax: 061 271 228 or Tel: 061 271 220 on or before 6 March 2018.