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New Era Newspaper Tuesday November 21, 2017

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6 NEWS Tuesday, November 21 2017 | NEW ERA Councillor Protasius Neshuku being sworn in by Magistrate Petrus Pendapala Nangula at Oshikoto Regional Council yesterday. Eengodhi councillor to prioritise network connections Obrein Simasiku Omuthiya The newly elected councillor for Eengodhi Protasius Ne- connectivity in his constituency, given that the majority of his constituency is totally cut from the rest of the world due to the lack network towers. Neshuku was speaking after his swearing-in ceremony yesterday at Oshikoto Regional Council. Neshuku, who won an uncontested election, replaces the late veteran councillor Walde Sheyali, who died in August due to a chronic disease. “I have been closely working with the late Sheyavali for quite a long time now, therefore I am aware of the some of the work he has done and what he intended to do for the community in future. Hence, I will continue to carry on from where he ended,” said Neshuku, who has been a Swapo district coordinator since 2005. “I know the areas of Eengodhi and the challenges our constituency is faced with, hence I would like to inform all the communities that I will serve them with an open-door policy, irrespective whether you are from Eengodi or other areas. I will treat everyone the same,” Neshuku pledged. Ondangwa Magistrate Petrus Pendapala Nangula presided over the swearing-in ceremony. Cancer ward receives commodes from MTC staff Staff Reporter Windhoek Namibia’s premier mobile telecommunications service provider, MTC, through its MTC Care Initiative, last Thursday donated commodes, chairs and nappies to the cancer ward at Windhoek Central Hospital. MTC Care is both an employee initiative and staff volunteering programme, where MTC employees out of goodwill put together monetary and NOTICE WINDHOEK TOWN PLANNING SCHEME Take notice that WSTRPC Town Planning Consultants on behalf of the owner, Zeal Properties Seventy Seven cc, intends to apply to the City of Windhoek for: deserving causes in the wider community. MTC recently responded to a request from the cancer ward of Windhoek Central Hospital, and its employees participated by way of sponsoring the latter with special chairs, called commodes, a special type of chair that assists patients to walk to the toilet, especially when they are ill or disabled. Handing over the donation to the ward in Windhoek, Joseph Mundjindi said: “At MTC, we live by the culture of making contributions that uplift and better the lives of our people. And today we are glad to know that with these donations, someone’s life will be made easier.” “We all can make a small difference by learning about the suffering of others, empathising and striving to deliver a possible solution at hand,” instead of always deferring our responsibilities to the government, Mundjindi added. Elizabeth Massamba, one of MTC’s employees highlighted that to make Namibia a better place, we must always count our blessings and use the same courtesy afforded to us positively to impact our society. “I’m so proud to know that my contribution to this initiative is directed to worthy cause such as this donation,” she gushed. THE REZONING OF PTN 60 (A PORTION OF PORTION 46) OF THE FARM DOBRA 49 FROM “RESIDENTIAL” 1:5HA TO “RESTRICTED BUSINESS” WITH A BULK OF 0.4 FOR WAREHOUSING PURPOSES. The mentioned Portion measures 5 ha in extent and is situated in Döbra to the north of Windhoek and is located in the eastern extremity of the developed section of Döbra, north of the Döbra Road (D 1473). Parking will be provided in accordance with the Windhoek Town Planning Scheme. Further take notice that the plan of the proposed development lies for inspection on the Town Planning Notice Board at the Customer Care Center, Main Municipal Offices, Rev. Michael Scott Street, Windhoek. Any person objecting to the proposed use of the erf as set out above, may lodge such objection, together with grounds thereof, with the City and with the applicant in writing within 14 days of the last publication of this notice. The final date for objections is 05 December 2017. APPLICANT: WSTRP (Town and Regional Planning Consultant) P.O. Box 31761 WINDHOEK Tel: (061) 209 2485 Fax: (061) 227963 CENTRAL PROCUREMENT BOARD AGRI HOUSE 114 ROBERT MUGABE AVENUE WINDHOEK PUBLIC NOTICE: EXTENSION OF CLOSING DATE Procurement Reference No Subject of Procurement Initial Submission Deadline Date of Notice: 20 November 2017 G/OIB/CPB-01/2017 Bidders who responded or intends to respond to the abovementioned Wednesday, 06 December 2017 at 10H00 am The Central Procurement Board Agri House, 114 Robert Mugabe Avenue, Windhoek Photo: Contributed Joseph Mundjindi of MTC hands over a donation of commodes to nurses at Windhoek Central Hospital. 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