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14 ADVERT Tuesday, February 28 2018 | NEW ERA NOTICE NO: EOI/ORTC/01/2018 a Portion of Oranjemund Beach Area, 164 ha in extent, situated in Oranjemund townlands, suitable for the development of a marina in partnership with Oranjemund Town Council. The Oranjemund Town Council herewith invites interested investors to submit an Expression of Interest for the development of an upmarket, low key, low density Marina neighbourhood development in Oranjemund. The draft concept layout calls for the development of a low-density single residential neighbourhood and a Marina where boats/yachts can enter the marina from the Orange River. Furthermore a tourism establishment in the form of a hotel with some low-key bungalows and a daycamping and overnight camp site is to be provided. The general idea with the Marina Development is to develop an upmarket Marina Development in Oranjemund that must focus on the following key components: environmentally friendly residential development where residential properties have direct access onto the marina. club for tourism and public entertainment. establishments along the environmentally sensitive coastline. facilities at the Orange River. Interested parties are to take cognisance of the fact that the proposed area is in proximity to the Ramsar Wetlands area (Orange River), within potentially environmental area. Stubenrauch Planning Consultants (SPC) has been appointed to undertake the layout planning and township establishment of the development. As such the successful candidate will have to liaise with and provide technical support to SPC on the layout planning for the development. Your team will have to undertake the following studies: development and marina engineering studies for the development feasibility of the marina and lagoon component) and construction of the marina and lagoon) measures services make this development a success Candidates submitting a proposal must submit the following documents: undertaken by the team the professional team to be involved undertake such a development undertake the project. Development proposals, in a sealed envelope and clearly marked “Development Proposal: Marina Development in Oranjemund – Notice No. EOI/ ORTC/01/2018”, must be deposited in the Bid Box at the and 12th Street in Oranjemund on or before 11h00 on Friday, 2 March 2018. The Oranjemund Town Council reserves the right to only consider development proposals from potential developers that will meet the requirements. The evaluation of the development proposals will be track record of related experience, social responsibility (employment creation), and ability to commence with the development immediately. The development may be subjected to the process of the Public Private Partnership Act, 2017 (Act No. 4 of 2017) once operational. The Oranjemund Town Council is not bound to accept any proposal and reserves the right to enter into further discussion with the preferred bidder. No late, telegraphic or facsimile proposals will be accepted. Proposed Layouts with all the relevant information with respect to the portion thereof are available on request. For more information, please contact: Mr Jason Ndipawashimwe, Tel: 063-233 500 or Email: Issued by: Oranjemund Town Council

Tuesday, February 28 2018| NEW ERA ADVERT 15 //Kharas Regional Council //Kharas update Private Bag 2184, Wheeler Street, Education Building, Keetmanshoop, Namibia Tel: +264-63-221 900 E-mail: March Edition Keetmanshoop rural constituency a potential regional bread basket Keetmanshoop Rural Constituency Regional Councillor, Hon. Elias !Kharuxab says although his constituency is one of the vastest and poorest in the region, it has the potential of becoming the bread basket of the region if its resources are fully and well utilised. !Kharuxab made these remarks when he delivered his state of constituency address earlier this month at Aroab. He said that the constituency is endowed with natural resources that have amongst other things presented opportunities for small scale farming and irrigation schemes, which have the potential of creating more job opportunities and equally feed the region and beyond. Having a predominantly rural set up, Keetmanshoop Rural Constituency is faced with the challenge of untarred roads that present a high accident risk. “It is the wish of this constituency that the Keetmanshoop-Aroad-Klein Manasse road will be given preference as this is a busy road utilised by heavy trucks transporting goods and services to and from the Republic of South Africa,” said !Kharuxab. !Kharuxab commended the village councils within his constituency for the provision of essential services to the residents. At Aroab Village Council, a road of 8.5km road was tarred, to the tune of N.5 million; 70 low cost residential and one business plot were successfully sold and the construction of a new sports ground is currently underway. Furthermore, according to !Kharuxab, the village council has started with the establishment of a new extension at Oosterheim, where about 200 low cost housing will be constructed. An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is currently being conducted. Koes Village Council managed to successfully launch its five year strategic plan, amid budgetary challenges. !Kharuxab also commended the Namibian Police for their swift response to crime in the constituency and region at large, specifically referring to the farm murder incident of the elderly couple, and urged community members to cooperate with the police to bring culprits to book. “It is with high priority that I stress unity among our community members so that we tackle these social issues such as the excessive abuse of drugs and alcohol and an alarming rate of school dropouts in the constituency coupled by lack of parental guidance and the involvement to discipline these teenagers at home,” expressed !Kharuxab. At the same occasion, a number of community members were given business start-up items, courtesy of the Office of the Governor. Special Advisor to the Regional Govenor, Hon. Hansina Christiaan dances with one of the local traditional groups, while Finance Deputy Director – Benedictus Diergaardt (left) and Karasburg East Constituency Councillor – Hon. Dennis Coetzee look on in amusement. Keetmanshoop Rural Regional Councillor, Hon. Elias !Kharuxab delivering his Constituency Address in Aroab earlier this month. Council members and staff urged to deliver The Chairperson of Council, Honourable Jan Scholtz last week seven members of council. During his opening remarks, call for reckoning which he said must include all past, present and future acts to ensure the continued drive of decisions here impact all and should Scholtz urged the council to make use of the strategic guiding documents in place, such as the NDP5, Swapo Manifesto, Vision 2030 as well as the Regional Strategic Plan launched late projects and activities. During the annual staff meeting a week prior, Scholtz made a similar intend to leave this document to gather dust. We will ensure the full implementation of the strategic plan through actualising the performance stressed Scholtz. Governor, Honourable Lucia Basson, ||Kharas Regional Council strategic plan is done and must serve as an encouragement document because document, so let it not collect dust, in She further reprimanded staff members that report for work at their pleasure and discouraged victimisation of staff members that advised his fellow regional councillors, three of whom are MPs, to manage impact of our respective inputs, but remarked Scholtz. Local businessman Henry Jongwe (2nd from right) and his company representative (far right) handing over the donation to Keetmanshoop Rural Constituency Councillor, Elias !Kharuxab (middle); !Garieb Circuit Inspector, Jesmine Magerman (2nd from left) and Special Advisor to the Regional Governor, Hon. Hansina Christiaan. Local businessman donates sanitary pads to schools While some are only focused profits and s e l f - e n r i c h m e n t , Henry Jongwe, a local businessman, is focused on ploughing back into his community in any form possible. During the Keetmanshoop Rural Constituency address earlier this month, Jongwe, through his company – Henimma Investments – donated 1119 sanitary pads to schools within the constituency. Jongwe said that although doing business is not easy these days, given the economic hardship the country finds itself in, he can still contribute to the betterment of children in rural areas. “I behold the view that it is every Namibian child’s right to be educated, and to see or hear about a child that has given up on her school because of the lack of items such as sanitary pads is heart-breaking. The President’s Harambee Prosperity Plan is clear on inclusivity. No one should be left out in education, and we will be failing that motto of the President if children in the rural areas are to leave school for lack of daily items such as sanitary pads,” said Jongwe. The donation was valued at N 141.15, and was received by !Garieb Education Circuit Inspector, Jesmine Magerman, who could not contain her gratitude.

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