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New Era Newspaper Tuesday November 28, 2017

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8 NEWS Tuesday, November 28 2017 | NEW ERA NOTICE Nkurenkuru abounds with business opportunities INVITATION FOR BIDDING NamPower hereby invites competent and registered Namibian companies to submit their bids for the following: G/ONB/NPWR-07/2018: HV Voltage Transformers G/ONB/NPWR-01/2018: HV Disconnectors with Support Structures Availability of documents: Documents are available on the NamPower website (www.nampower.com.na). Enquiries pertaining to this invitation should be directed to: bidclarifications@nampower.com.na or to Mr Johannes Shivute, Procurement Administrator, at Tel +264 61 205 2312/2396/2258. Closing Date: Friday, 19 January 2018, at 12H00 (Namibian time) Please submit your proposal in a sealed envelope, clearly marked “WITH THE APPROPRIATE BID NUMBER,” addressed to the Secretary: NamPower Procurement Committee, to be deposited into the Bid Box located in the foyer at NamPower Centre, 15 Luther Street, Windhoek, Namibia. KINDLY NOTE: THAT ALL INVITATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT ACT 15 OF 2015 AND ITS REGULATIONS AND GUIDELINES. John Muyamba Nkurenkuru Nkurenkuru in northern Namibia has its doors open for vibrant business and economic investment opportunities that still need to be explored. As the only town in Kavango West Region it needs an assortment of services for its 15,000 inhabitants. It is the residential, business and administrative centre of Kavango According to an official document given to this reporter by the Kavango West Regional Council, the region’s economic opportunities include retail industries such as for clothing and food, as well as the establishment of private hospitals and clinics, the construction of warehouses and business complexes, wood processing plants and a charcoal industry. Opportunities can still be explored in tourism such as the establishment of hotels, lodges and conference facilities, and in the development and establishment of agro-industry and processing plants. The availability of land also offers an opportunity for commercial property development and housing that is in demand in the town. The document shows Nkurenkuru needs private schools and tertiary institutions plus information, training and communication centres along with vocational training centres, as well as the establishment of factories and other industries. The young emerging town is situated approximately 135 km west of Rundu and is strategically located along the Kavango River, linking Kavango West with Kavango East, Ohangwena and Oshikoto regions and via Katwitwi border post leads to the densely populated area of Cuando Cubango Province in Angola. Being the capital and only town in the region, it has the potential to develop faster than expected. ministries, private businesses and institutions have opened up in the town and more are expected to open their doors in future. Nkurenkuru Town Council portrays itself as a businessfriendly council that encourages investors from local, national and international sectors. Some of the services that can be found in Nkurenkuru are government ministries/offices, the Namibian Police Force, Nkurenkuru Lutheran Hospital, Bank Windhoek, Standard Bank, NaTIS, NamPost, Nored, NHE and a few guesthouses. MTC recently opened a mobile home and the town also has a fish shop, some supermarkets, one furniture shop, Chinese hardware shops, two fuel stations, clothing shops, a pharmacy, a private doctor’s consulting room, an International University of Management (IUM) campus and Welwitschia Nursing University. Work to construct Nkurenkuru Vocational Training Centre has just recently kicked off, which is expected to be completed by the year 2020. The government declared Nkurenkuru as a settlement area in 1999 before proclaiming it a town in 2006. It became the capital of Kavango West Region when the authorities split the former Kavango Region into Kavango West and Kavango East regions in 2013. NOTICE Monday, 27 November 2017 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Trustco Group (caravan) 09:30:15:30 Swakopmund Town (Ferdinand Stich Str 4) 13:00-18:00 ___________________________ Tuesday, 28 November 2017 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Grootfontein Town (Ng Church Hall) 11:00-18:00 Nampower HQ (caravan) 09:00-14:30 Walvis Bay NAMBTS (Behind Welwitschia Medi-park) 13:00-18:00 ___________________________ Wednesday, 29 November 2017 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Otjivanda Mall (Grootfontein) 09:00-15:00 Van Eck Power Station 10:00-15:00 Ramos Realtors (Walvis Bay) 09:00-16:00 ____________________________ Thursday, 30 November 2017 Centre Tal Street 07:00-18:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Nampower Brakwater 10:00-15:00 Nampharm (caravan) 09:00-14:30 Elgin Brown & Hamer (Walvis Bay) 10:00-15:00 ____________________________ New Road Fund Administration (RFA) banking details The Road Fund Administration migrated its bank accounts to Standard Bank Namibia on the 1st of May 2017. All Road Users should make use of the new Standard Bank accounts when paying their Road User Charges. Please note: All old accounts will be closed effective 1 February 2018. New Account details: Standard Bank Mass Distance Charges Account Number: 04 142 4360 Branch Code: 082372 License Fees Account Number: 04 142 4387 Branch Code: 082372 Abnormal Load Fees Account Number: 04 142 4794 Branch Code: 082372 Please call the Road Fund Administration on 061 433 3000 for more information. Friday, 1 December 2017 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Simonis Storm 09:00-14:30 Motovac Lafranze (caravan) 09:00-14:30 Telecom Namibia Technical Yard 08:30-13:00 Website: www.rfanam.com.na Email: info@rfanam.com.na Sponsored by:

Tuesday, November 28 2017 | NEW ERA NEWS 9 Accused executioner to stand trial next year Maria Amakali Windhoek Yemeni national Murad Esmail Ali Al-Hersh, who stands accused of gunning down Malian national Gamby Baya in an executionstyle killing last year will only be able to stand trial only next year. Al-Hersh, 39, who has been in custody since his arrest on August 2, 2016 in Ongwediva made his Regional Court in Katutura before Magistrate Alexis Diergaardt, Baya’s gruesome death. Al-Hersh faces a charge of murder, robbery and defeating or obstructing the course of that Murad on August 1, 2016, intentionally and unlawfully killed Baya in the vicinity of him on bail on grounds that he may abscond from Namibia, as he Al-Hersh and Baya were involved in unlawful business dealings, which later went sour. It is alleged that Baya failed to account for US0,000 (N,014,500) of US0,000 (N.8 million) that he was given by Al-Hersh for conversion. At his arrest in Ongwediva, of more than N,000 in cash. investigations, Baya was executed while seated in his green Hyundai Elantra 2014 model car. The body of Baya was found with a gunshot wound between the eyes at a was later found abandoned in Magistrate Diergaardt and trial, remanding Al-Hersh in custody at the Windhoek Central Correctional Facility until he takes the stand on June 3, 2018 for the start of the trial. ERONGO REGIONAL COUNCIL MAINTENANCE TENDERS NO: M10/1-35/2017 TENDER NO : M 10/1-11/2017 CLOSING DATE : TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2017 DESCRIPTION : MAINTENANCE TENDER M10/1-11/2017: SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT AND INSPECTION, FAULTFINDING AND REPORT, REPAIR AND/OR OVERHAUL, MOUNT, INSTALL, TEST RUN AND COMMISSIONING, SERVICE AND SUPPLY OF PARTS FOR FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AND RELATED EQUIPMENT AT GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS IN THE ERONGO REGION FOR THE PERIOD 1 APRIL 2017 TO 31 MARCH 2019. TENDER NO : M 10/1-21(A) 2017 CLOSING DATE : TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2017 DESCRIPTION : MAINTENANCE TENDER M10/1-21(A)2017: FOR THE INSPECTION, FAULT FINDING AND REPORT, REPAIR, REMOVAL AND TRANSPORT, MOUNT, INSTALL, TEST RUN AND COMMISSIONING, SERVICE AND SUPPLY OF PARTS FOR ELECTRIC GENERATING PLANT AND EQUIPMENT FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF NAMIBIA IN THE ERONGO REGION FOR THE PERIOD CoW to disconnect services for overdue accounts WINDHOEK The City of Windhoek (CoW) warned clients that it will disconnect services to residences with accounts that are 30 days or more in arrears as from December 15. officer Lydia Amutenya said settle them on time to avoid the CoW calls for during festive season WINDHOEK The City of Windhoek (CoW) the festive season ahead. City inconvenience of disconnections. services,” she said. Amutenya said while they acknowledge that festive seasons are times when residents are faced Debt Management Division to make arrangements on how to be on holiday, unforeseen life threatening emergencies, like are generally caused by human behaviour and thus called on citizens to take necessary incidents. ignitable objects. To avoid this, of alcohol,” she said. Amutenya also mentioned that according to the National Fire incidences are four times higher during December. Citizens are settle their accounts. services to be reconnected, while services of those disconnected for the second time. Those who had an agreement with the City and failed to honour of the outstanding amount to be reconnected. – Nampa therefore urged to avoid leaving always to maintain about 500 Moreover, the routine check wiring is encouraged. “Use electrical cords wisely, never overload extension cords or and counters,” Amutenya added. The correct and conducive usage of fireworks is also encouraged. CoW has fully functional 24-hour emergency emergency needs and residents should make use of them in events of fire outbreaks, Amutenya advised. – Nampa TENDER NO : M 10/1-22/2017 CLOSING DATE : TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2017 DESCRIPTION : MAINTENANCE TENDER M10/1-22/2017: FOR THE INSPECTION, FAULT FINDING AND REPORT, REPAIR AND/OR OVERHAUL, MOUNT, INSTALL, TEST RUN AND COMMISSIONING, SERVICE AND SUPPLY OF PARTS FOR CATERING AND LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT AND DOMESTIC APPLIANCES GOVERNMENT OF NAMIBIA IN THE ERONGO REGION FOR THE PERIOD 1 APRIL 2017 TO 31 MARCH 2019. Cancelled TENDER NO : M 10/1-24/2017 CLOSING DATE : TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2017 DESCRIPTION : MAINTENANCE TENDER M10/1-24/2017 FOR THE INSPECTION, FAULTFINDING AND REPORT, REPAIR AND/OR OVERHAUL, MOUNT, INSTALL, TEST RUN AND COMMISSIONING, SERVICE AND SUPPLY OF PARTS FOR HIGH, MEDIUM AND LOW TECHNOLOGY GAS EQUIPMENT FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF NAMIBIA IN THE ERONGO REGION FOR THE PERIOD 1 APRIL 2017 TO 31 MARCH 2019. TENDER NO : M 10/1-26/2017 CLOSING DATE : TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2017 DESCRIPTION : MAINTENANCE TENDER M10/1-26/2017: FOR THE INSPECTION, FAULT FINDING AND REPORT, REPAIR AND/OR OVERHAUL, MOUNT, INSTALL, TEST RUN AND COMMISSIONING, SERVICE AND SUPPLY OF PARTS FOR STEAM AND HOTWATER APPLIANCES FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF NAMIBIA IN THE ERONGO REGION FOR THE PERIOD 1 APRIL 2017 TO 31 MARCH 2019. TENDER NO : M 10/1-30/2017 CLOSING DATE : TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2017 DESCRIPTION : MAINTENANCE TENDER M10/1-30/2017: FOR THE INSPECTION, FAULT FINDING AND REPORT, REPAIR AND/OR OVERHAUL, MOUNT, INSTALL, TEST RUN AND COMMISIONING, SERVICE AND SUPPLY OF PARTS FOR STERILIZER AUTOCLAVE INSTALLATION FOR THE GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS IN THE ERONGO REGION FOR THE PERIOD 1 APRIL 2017 TO 31 MARCH 2019. TENDER NO : M 10/1-32/2017 CLOSING DATE : TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2017 DESCRIPTION : MAINTENANCE TENDER M10/1-32/2017: FOR THE INSPECTION, FAULT FINDING AND REPORT, REPAIR AND/OR OVERHAUL, MOUNT, INSTALL, TEST RUN AND COMMISSIONING, SERVICE AND SUPPLY OF PARTS FOR MACHINES, TOOLS, MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND INSTALLATIONS AND ANCILLARIES GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS IN THE ERONGO REGION FOR THE PERIOD 1 APRIL 2017 TO 31 MARCH 2019. TENDER NO : M 10/1-34/2017 CLOSING DATE : TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2017 DESCRIPTION : MAINTENANCE TENDER M10/1-34/2017: FOR THE INSPECTION, FAULT FINDING AND REPORT, REPAIR AND/OR OVERHAUL, MOUNT, INSTALL, TEST RUN AND COMMISSIONING, SERVICE AND SUPPLY OF PARTS FOR AIRCONDITIONERS, REFRIGERATION AND VENTILATION PLANT FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF NAMIBIA IN THE ERONGO REGION FOR THE PERIOD 1 APRIL 2017 TO 31 MARCH 2019. TENDER NO : M 10/1-35/2017 CLOSING DATE : TUESDAY 28 FEBRUARY DESCRIPTION : MAINTENANCE TENDER M10/1-35/2017: FOR THE INSPECTION, FAULT FINDING AND REPORT, REPAIR AND/OR OVERHAUL, MOUNT, INSTALL, TEST RUN AND COMMISSIONING, SERVICE AND SUPPLY OF PARTS WATER TREATMENT INSTALLATIONS FOR THE GOVERNMENT NAMIBIA IN THE ERONGO REGION FOR THE PERIOD 1 APRIL 2017 TO 31 MARCH 2019. DOCUMENTS MUST BE POSTED/DELIVERED BEFORE 14h30 ON THE CLOSING DATE TO: THE CHAIRMAN ERONGO REGIONAL TENDER BOARD PRIVATE BAG 5019 SWAKOPMUND GOVERNMENT BUILDING TOBIAS HAINYEKO STREET SWAKOPMUND NAMIBIA NB: N0-00 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! Enquiries: E.G. Besser Tel. No: 064-413000

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