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New Era Newspaper Tuesday December 12, 2017

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12 Inside BUSINESS Tuesday, December 12 2017 | NEW ERA aratus to rovide IT ervices to edbank Staff Reporter Windhoek Nedbank Namibia and Paratus signed an agreement in which Paratus will provide IT services and resume responsibility of the entire Nedbank Namibia network. In the past Nedbank Namibia’s network infrastructure was managed by Nedbank South Africa. This is a pioneering move for Nedbank Namibia as a leading commercial bank, since its banking operations will now be managed by Paratus, a 100 percent whollyowned Namibian ICT service provider. According to Nedbank Namibia managing director Lionel Matthews, the current arrangement will allow for synergies between the two, which will result in better banking services for its clients. Nedbank will now be able to bring to its clients a wide array of innovative services riding off Paratus’ expertise. This will also result in faster turnaround times for trouble shooting within the bank. Matthews pointed out that it is important that Namibian companies work together, where a relationship of this nature allows both parties to grow together. He said that as a multinational institution it is a huge milestone for Nedbank Namibia to be independent from South Africa and be able to source local business solutions. “We are committed to Namibian businesses; we are committed to helping Namibian businesses grow. If we are to deliver shareholders’ Milestone… Klein (manager: legal, governance & compliance - bancassurance and wealth), Stephen van Rhyn (managing director: Paratus Namibia), Lionel Matthews (managing director - Nedbank Namibia) and Photo: Contributed value we should be allowed to do what we think is right for our customers, for our local market – for our people,” said Matthews. The relationship between Nedbank Namibia and Paratus has grown with leaps and bounds, said managing director of Paratus, John D’Alton. He, too, underscored that this relationship is exemplary of how Namibian companies should work together. “It has been a learning curve for us, to fully understand the ambit of services that are required by an institution such as Nedbank. And I think we [Paratus] are very well suited to offer all services. Considering our history, we have been doing that for many years,” he said. Vacancy: SUB-EDITOR Grade: C4 KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: special projects publications; MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: COMPETENCY/SKILLS: The Human Resources Department RECEPTION New Era Publication Corporation New Era Publication Corporation Private Bag 13364 Or Cnr of Dr W.Külz and Kerby Streets Windhoek Windhoek Email: fndadi@nepc.com.na Closing date: 18 December 2017

Tuesday, December 12 2017 | NEW ERA GOVERNMENT NOTICE MINISTRY OF LAND REFORM NO. 2017 NOTIFICATION OF FARMING UNITS OFFERED FOR ALLOTMENT: AGRICULTURAL (COMMERCIAL) LAND REFORM ACT, 1995 (ACT NO. 6 OF 1995). In terms of Section 39 of the Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform Act, 1995 (Act No. 6 of 1995), I- ADVERT REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA (a) make known, in terms of subsection ( 3 ) of that section, that copies of the approved allotment plans in respect of the farming units referred to in the Schedule are available for public inspection at the (b) invite, in terms of subsection (4) of that section, applications for the allotment of the farming units offered for allotment, which applications must be made in the manner stated in the Schedule. 13 ___________________ Utoni Nujoma Minister of Land Reform Windhoek 2017 SCHEDULE 1. Number, location and description of farming units offered for allotment REGION DISTRICT REG. DIV. FARM NAME & NUMBER Omaheke Gobabis “L” Portion B of the Farm Tweeling No. 276 NUMBER OF FARMING UNIT OFFERED FOR ALLOTMENT SIZE OF FARMING UNIT (HA) 1 Single Unit, Measuring, 2144.8492 ha, (3 x Boreholes) functional LAND USE OF FARMING UNIT Large and Small stock farming Omaheke Gobabis “L” Farm Heatherbelle No.197 2 Unit A, Measuring 2270.0000 ha, (3 x Boreholes), functional Unit B, Measuring 2409.6543 ha, (2 x Boreholes), functional Large and Small stock farming Omaheke Gobabis “L” Farm Joyce No. 198 2 Unit A, Measuring 2376.0000 ha, (2 x Boreholes), One non- functional Unit B, Measuring 2150.8583 ha, (2 x Boreholes),non- functional Large and Small stock farming Omaheke Gobabis “L” Farm Riverside No. 200 2 Unit A, Measuring 2167.000 ha (1 x Boreholes),non- functional Large and Small stock farming Unit B, Measuring 2061.0572 ha, (1 x Boreholes), Non- functional 2. Public inspection of allotment plan The approved allotment plans, in respect of the farming unit offered for allotment, are paragraph 3 (c) for a period of 30 days from the date of publication of this notice in the Gazette. 3. Application for allotment of farming unit An application for allotment of a farming unit must – (b) Where the unit to be allotted is to be used for project development, be accompanied by – i. detailed project proposal Physical Addresses: Physical Addresses: Physical Addresses: Physical Addresses: Physical Addresses: Physical Addresses: The Regional Governor The Regional Governor Erongo Regional Council Erongo Region Government Building Private Bag 1230 Tobias Hainyeko Street Swakopmund Swakopmund The Regional Governor The Regional Governor Hardap Regional Council Hardap Region Government Building Private Bag 2017 Ernst Stumfe Stree Mariental Mariental The Regional Governor The Regional Governor //Kharas Regional Council //Kharas Region Education Building P.O. Box 38 Wheeler Street Keetmanshoop Keetmanshoop The Regional Governor The Regional Governor Khomas Regional Council Khomas Region Pull Mann Street P. O. Box 3379 Windhoek Windhoek The Regional Governor The Regional Governor Kavango East Regional Council Kavango East Region Government Building Private Bag 2082 Usivi Road Rundu Rundu The Regional Governor The Regional Governor Kavango West Regional Council Kavango West Region Nkurenkuru P.O. Box 6274 Kavango West Nkurenkuru The Regional Governor The Regional Governor Kunene Regional Council Kunene Region Government Building Private Bag 502 Opuwo Main Road Opuwo Opuwo The Regional Governor he Regional Governor Ohangwena Regional Council Ohangwena Region Government Building Private Bag 2032 Eenhana Main Road Ondangwa Eenhana The Regional Governor The Regional Governor Omaheke Regional Council Omaheke Region Government Building Private Bag 2277 Church Street Gobabis Gobabis The Regional Governor he Regional Governor Omusati Regional Council Omusati Region Government Building Private 523 Namaungu Street Outapi Outapi The Regional Governor The Regional Governor Oshana Regional Council Oshana Region Government Building Private Bag 5543 Leo Shoopala Street Oshakati Oshakati The Regional Governor The Regional Governor Oshikoto Regional Council Oshikoto Region Omuthiya Main Road P.O. Box 19247 Omuthiya Omuthiya The Regional Governor The Regional Governor Otjozondjupa Regional Council Otjozondjupa Region Erf No. 219 P. O. Box 2091 Hage Geingob Street, Main Road Otjiwarongo (Next to Avis Car Rental) Otjiwarongo The Regional Governor The Regional Governor Zambezi Regional Council Zambezi Region Government Building Private Bag 5002 Boma, Ngoma Road Katima Mulilo Katima Mulilo 4. Minimum qualifications required to qualify of applicants An applicant, other than a company or close corporation contemplated in section 41 (7) of the Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform Act, 1995 (Act No. 6 of 1995) must be a Namibian citizen who – (a) 18 years of age or older; (b) has a background or interest in agriculture or related activities; (c) has been socially, economically or educationally disadvantaged by past discriminatory laws or practices; and (d) has relinquished any right in respect of agricultural land. 5. Rent payable in respect of farming units A farming unit is to be leased for a period of 99 years and the approximate rent payable in respect of a farming unit leased for livestock farming, is as determined by the Minister of Land Reform, on the recommendation of the Land Reform Advisory Commission, based on the value of the farming unit. 6. Lease Agreement A successful applicant must enter into a lease agreement with the Minister of Land

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