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22 SPORT Wednesday, November 29 2017 | NEW ERA Tel: (061) 208 0800 Fax: (061) 220 584 Email: sluoke@nepc.com.na Notices Legal Notices CLASSIFIEDS Rates and Deadlines To avoid disappointment of an advertisement not appearing on the date you wish, please book timeously notices: 12:00, two working days prior to placing alterations: 16:00, two days before date of publication in writing only Notices (VAT Exclusive) Legal Notice N4.82 Liquor License N0.00 Birthdays N0.00 Death Notices N0.00 Tombstone Unveiling N0.00 Thank You Messages N0.00 Terms and Conditions Apply. Notices Legal Notices REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA MINISTRY OF TRADE & INDUSTRY LIQUOR ACT, 1998 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO A COMMITTEE IN TERMS OF THE LIQUOR ACT, 1998 (regulations 14, 26 & 33) Notice is given that an application in terms of the Liquor Act, 1998, particulars of which appear below, will be made to the Regional Liquor OSHIKOTO 1. Name and postal address of applicant, LOURENS TJEHIWA, PO BOX 2012, TSUMEB 2. Name of business or proposed Business to which applicant relates MUVEZUVA 3. Address/Location of premises to which Application relates: ERF 815 MILKA NAUYOMA STREET, TSUMEB 4. Nature and details of application: SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENCE - AMENDMENT OF CONDITIONS ON LICENCE Application will be lodged: TSUMEB 6. Date on which application will be Lodged: 31 NOVEMBER 2017 at Which application will be heard: 10 JANUARY 2018 . Notices Legal Notices HC-MD-CIV-ACT- MAT-2017/00525 IN THE HIGH COURT OF NAMIBIA, MAIN DIVISION, HELD AT WINDHOEK ON MONDAY, THE 06 DAY OF NOVEMBER 2017 BEFORE THE HONOURABLE JUSTICE USIKU In the matter between: ELIZABETH TOMAS PLAINTIFF And PINEAS MUNGONGOLO DEFENDANT COURT ORDER record in absentia of the parties in chambers IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT: 1 The rule nisi granted on the 28 th August 2017, is hereby extended. 2 The court grants orders the Defendant to return to or receive the plaintiff on or before the 19 TH of December 2017, failing which, to show cause, if any, to this court on 29 TH of January 2018 at 10H00, why the above honourable court should not grant a order in the following terms: 2.1 The bonds subsisting between the Plaintiff and Defendant must not be dissolved. 2.2 The custody and control of the minor child must not be awarded to the plaintiff subject to the defendant’s right of reasonable access. 2.3 The defendant must not pay maintenance for the minor child in the amount of N0.00 per month, which shall be escalated by 10% annually and which payments are payable monthly in advance on or before the 7 th day of each month. 2.4 The parties must not be equally responsible for the minor child’s medical aid, and in that respect, share all costs in respect of the minor child’s medical, dental, pharmaceutical, hospital and ophthalmic expenses incurred in respect of the minor child. 2.5 The parties must not be equally responsible for the minor child’s scholastic expenses including but not limited to school fees, school uniforms, stationary and books. In the event of the minor child displaying an aptitude for higher education, an order directing the defendant to pay 50% of all fees due to an institution of higher learning attended by the said minor child, including but not limited to all costs for books, stationary, tuition fees, and travel expenses in respect of the minor child. 2.6 The defendant must not forfeit the immovable property situated at Erf 10106, Single Quarter, Katutura, Windhoek, Republic of Namibia in favour of the plaintiff. 2.7 Subject to prayer 2.6 above, an order in terms of which the immovable property situated at Erf 10106, Single Quarter, Katutura, Windhoek, Republic of Namibia be transferred into the name of the plaintiff and that the defendant take all necessary steps to effect transfer to the plaintiff of the immovable property within one divorce is granted, failing which the Deputy Sherriff of Windhoek be, and is hereby, authorized and directed to transfer the said immovable property to the plaintiff and to execute in the name of the defendant such documents and to perform all such other acts as may be necessary to effect transfer of the said property into the name of the plaintiff. BY ORDER OF THE COURT REGISTRAR TO: HELENA IIFO On behalf of Plaintiff Unit 112 First Floor Maerua Park Khomas Region, Namibia AND TO: PINEAS MUNGONGOLO Defendant HOUSE NUMBER 1 ONTANA STREET OMUTHIYA Notices Legal Notices THE ALIENS ACT, 1937 NOTICE OF INTENTION OF CHANGE OF SURNAME I,(1) KAMBWALI FILLEMON NDESHIPANDA residing at ERF 1269 SANDFONTEIN STREET, WALVIS BAY and carrying on business / employed a (2) UNEMPLOYED intend applying to the Minister of Home Affairs for authority under section 9 of the Aliens Act, 1937, to assume the surname, NAFTAL for the reasons that (3) THE SURNAME NAFTAL IS THE ONE THAT APPEARS ON MY CERTIFICATE OF BAPTISM AND ALSO ON MY SCHOOL DOCUMENTS I.E. GRADE 10 CERTIFICATE. I previously bore the name(s) KAMBWALI NDESHIPANDA FILLEMON (4) I intend also applying for authority to change the surname of my wife and minor child(ren) (5) N/A. Any person who objects to my/our assumption of the said surname of NAFTAL should as soon as my be lodge his/her objection, in writing, with a statement of his/her reasons therefor, with the magistrate of WINDHOEK 09-11-2017 THE ALIENS ACT, 1937 NOTICE OF INTENTION OF CHANGE OF SURNAME I,(1) SELMA NDEYAPO SHIYANGA residing at ERF 6275 HUAB STREET, MILE 4, EXT 22, SWAKOPMUND and carrying on business / employed a (2) A LECTURE intend applying to the Minister of Home Affairs for authority under section 9 of the Aliens Act, 1937, to assume the surname, SHIYANGA IIYAMBO for the reasons that (3) I DO NOT WANT TO FORGET MY MAIDEN NAME ENTIRELY BUT OBTAIN A DOUBLE BARREL SURNAME, THAT IS TO COMBINE MY MAIDEN NAME WITH MY HUSBAN'S SURNAME. I previously bore the name(s) SELMA NDEYAPO SHIYANGA (4) I intend also applying for authority to change the surname of my wife and minor child(ren) (5) N/A. Any person who objects to my/ our assumption of the said surname of SHIYANGA IIYAMBO should as soon as my be lodge his/her objection, in writing, with a statement of his/her reasons therefor, with the magistrate of KATUTURA COURT 13-11-2017 THE ALIENS ACT, 1937 NOTICE OF INTENTION OF CHANGE OF SURNAME I,(1) FILLEPHUS NAEMI NDAHAMBELELA residing at OMAHENGE VILLAGE and carrying on business / employed a (2) N/A intend applying to the Minister of Home Affairs for authority under section 9 of the Aliens Act, 1937, to assume the surname, NAEMI NDAHAMBELELA FILLEPHUS for the reasons that (3) N/A. I previously bore the name(s) MBWANGELA KLAUDIA (4) I intend also applying for authority to change the surname of my wife and minor child(ren) (5) N/A. Any person who objects to my/our assumption of the said surname of FILLEPHUS NDAHAMBELELA NAEMI should as soon as my be lodge his/her objection, in writing, with a statement of his/ her reasons therefor, with the magistrate of KATUTURA COURT 20-11-2017 REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA MINISTRY OF TRADE & INDUSTRY LIQUOR ACT, 1998 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO A COMMITTEE IN TERMS OF THE LIQUOR ACT, 1998 (regulations 14, 26 & 33) Notice is given that an application in terms of the Liquor Act, 1998, particulars of which appear below, will be made to the Regional Liquor KAVANGO WEST 1. Name and postal address of applicant,NDEPAVALI ELLEN NDUVA, PO BOX 1062, RUNDU 2. Name of business or proposed Business to which applicant relates NDEPS INN BAR 3. Address/Location of premises to which Application relates: KAHENGE, KAVANGO WEST 4. Nature and details of application: LIQUOR LICENCE (SHEBEEN LICENCE) Application will be lodged: RUNDU 6. Date on which application will be Lodged: 29 NOVEMBER 2017 at Which application will be heard: 10 JANUARY 2018 . Notices Legal Notices NOTICE Stubenrauch Planning of the registered owner of Erf 906, Grootfontein herewith inform you that we intend to apply to the Grootfontein Municipality for the following: CLAUSE 4 AND TABLE B OF THE GROOTFONTEIN TOWN PLANNING AMENDMENT SCHEME TO OPERATE A “PLACE OF ENTERTAINMENT” FROM ERF 906, GROOTFONTEIN Erf 906 is located in Grootfontein Proper and measures 211 m² in extent. According to the Grootfontein Town Planning Amendment Scheme the erf is currently zoned “Business 2”. In line with Table B of the Grootfontein Town Planning Amendment Scheme one can apply to the Grootfontein Municipality for consent to operate a “Place of Entertainment” from a “Business 2” zoned erf. It is thus the intention of our client to operate a “Place of Entertainment” from the current business building located on Erf 906, Grootfontein. Sufficient on-site parking will be provided in accordance with the Grootfontein Town Planning Amendment Scheme. In terms of the Grootfontein Town Planning Amendment Scheme a “Place of Entertainment” means any building or land where persons congregate for amusement or for social, recreational or sporting purposes and where an admission fee is generally levied and includes a night club, restaurant where entertainment is provided, a theatre, a cinema, a dance hall, an amusement park, a sports centre, a billiard room, a skating rink or similar place, but excludes a casino and a gambling house. Further take note that a copy of the locality map is available for inspection on the town planning notice board at the Grootfontein Municipality and at the Windhoek. Any person objecting to the proposed consent use as set out above may lodge such objections together with valid grounds thereof, with the Grootfontein in writing no later than Thursday, 14 th of December 2017. Applicant: Stubenrauch PO Box 11869 Windhoek Ref.: W/17020 Fifa won’t tolerate racism at Russia’s World Cup, Infantino warns Fifa president Gianni Infantino vowed on Monday to crack down hard on racist incidents when Russia hosts the World Cup next year. “This is a very high priority and we will make sure no incidents will happen,” Infantino said in a video statement. “It is absolutely not tolerable and we can expect fair play in Russia.” Racism became especially pronounced in Russian football with occurred after the Iron Curtain fell and the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991. Brazilian striker Hulk said he heard monkey chants at “almost every match” when he led Zenit Saint Petersburg to a title and two second- Infantino said the 2018 World Cup be allowed to halt or even abandon matches should anything similar happen during matches. “We expect fair play in Russia,” he said. He was speaking ahead of Friday’s draw for the World Cup in the concert hall of the Kremlin. Russia’s preparations for the tournament have also been marred by doping allegations that might see the country banned from the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea’s Pyeongchang. Infantino did not address British Arsene Wenger has ruled out January departures for Arsenal pair Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil unless “something unbelievable” happens even as the clock ticks down on their contracts. The players are out of contract at the end of the season as both have so far refused to sign new deals at the Emirates. Ozil has been linked with a move to Barcelona while Sanchez almost day of the summer transfer window, only for Arsenal to pull the plug when they failed to land Monaco’s Thomas Lemar as his replacement. Wenger says he has no concerns over the commitment of the pair, with Sanchez scoring a last-gasp penalty as the Gunners won 1-0 at Burnley on Sunday to move into the Premier League top four. Arsenal host Huddersfield on Wednesday, with Ozil likely to be missing because of the illness that ruled him out at Turf Moor but Wenger sold in January – even though they could then walk away from the club for free six months later. “Yes, I rule it out,” Wenger said at his pre-match press conference when asked about potential departures. “I do not think about that every day. media reports that members of the Russian national football team are also allegedly involved in the scandal, a But he stressed that all players on every team knew in advance that they would be tested “in competition and out of competition” in Russia. “We are sure that everyone is well aware of this situation,” he said. Infantino also pushed ahead with his campaign to employ virtual assistance refereeing technology at “I think that it is absolutely normal that in 2018, we can explore and see how can help the referee and the team to take the right decision.” He said Fifa will decide the issue in March, adding: “The experience so far has been extremely positive.” - Nampa/AFP Fifa president Gianni Infantino Arsenal won’t sell Ozil, Sanchez At the moment, as long as they are here, they have to give their best for the team and for the club. “In my head, they stay until the end of the season and that’s a decision that was taken at the start of the season. Unless something unbelievable happens, I can’t see why that would change.” However, Wenger could not offer Arsenal supporters assurances that either player would be tempted to sign new deals and extend their stays beyond 2018. contract,” he said. “Will they stay longer? That’s impossible to answer today because I don’t know. They have a contract until the end of the season. “I am not the only one who can decide that. They have a part to play in that as well. If it’s my decision, yes (they would stay longer).” Another player whose contract expires at the end of the season is who has been restricted to just three substitute appearances in the Premier League. “He’s a football man and I will always decide what is best for him. kind of decision I make,” Wenger said. “I have to consider the interests of Jack Wilshere and Arsenal Football Club together.” - Nampa/AFP

Wednesday, November 29 2017 | NEW ERA SPORT 23 Third Long Course Gala concludes Staff Reporter Windhoek A total number of 126 swimmers participated in the third Bank Windhoek Long Course Gala that was held in Windhoek over the weekend at the Olympia Swimming Pool. Club, Dolphins Swimming Club, Marlins Swimming Club and Namib Swim Academy participated in 748 events. Despite the high level of competition, no records were broken on the day. Heleni Stergiadis once again of 608 in her 200 IM. Two master swimmers, Gabor Salamon (61) and Francois van der Westhuizen joined by Lushano Lamprecht, who recently came back after a long absence from swimming, also took park in the gala. “This December holiday, some of our swimmers will be participating in at the South African swimming gala. We would like to wish them all the best of luck and thank you Bank Windhoek for making this possible,” said Phinelia Stergiadis on behalf of the Namibian Swimming Union (NASU). The fourth Long Course Gala, is scheduled to take place will be on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 January 2018. Thereafter the Bank Windhoek Namibia Long Course National Championships will take place towards the end of February 2018. Photo: Contributed Hitting the waves... Wendy-Lee Milne from Dolphins Swimming Club seen here in action during the Bank Windhoek Long Course Gala. NPL coaches castigate early afternoon games WINDHOEK A number of Namibia Premier League (NPL) coaches have expressed dismay season, especially early afternoon games when the sun is very hot. Brian Isaacs said his Civics players struggled in the heat in Rundu during “The heat was unbearable and I wonder what will happen to the players if we continue playing in this heat,” he asked, saying games in the early afternoon pose a health risk to the players. His sentiments were echoed by Gebhardt Hengari of Mighty Gunners, who criticised the NPL for scheduling their match against Citizens at 15h00 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Saturday. “Only one game is being played here today (Saturday) and one tomorrow (Sunday), so why did they say we must play at 15h00? We could have played at 17h00. This stadium is too hot because of the synthetic turf here,” he said. He added that while he understands that there is a shortage of stadia in the capital, he felt the NPL was duty bound to protect the players. “Players are getting blisters; it is players concentrate on their burning feet rather than playing football,” Hengari moaned. Citizens’ coach George Ochurub said the NPL management must the effects of the heat at the stadium. He said they train at the Sam Nujoma Stadium at night, and struggle to play there in the daytime heat. NPL administrator Tovey ||Hoëbeb said the NPL was not to blame, as the teams are given the dates of the “Why can’t these teams not call the play the games in the late afternoons or early evenings? Black Africa and African Stars called us well in for Round 10 be moved to Tuesday evening and we granted them that permission,” ||Hoëbeb remarked. He expressed disappointment with the clubs, stating they adopted the with the full understanding of the times the games will be played. He further said the league administrators are aware of the threats posed not only by the heat, but also by the rain or cold. “A lot of considerations were taken into account when we formulated these considerations, especially the lack of facilities in Windhoek and the distance between towns,” he concluded. – Nampa PEDESTRIAN SAFETY TIPS SEE AND BE SEEN Safety is a shared responsibility for all road users, including drivers and pedestrians 18 The following are some tips to improve road safety for everyone. Drivers (SEE) Pedestrians (Be Seen) Expect pedestrians Use pedestrian crossings or designated crossing points Pay attention Look left, look right, look left again Don’t text while driving Pay attention Obey the speed limit Don’t text while crossing PEDESTRIAN SAFETY: IT’S NO ACCIDENT. To contact City Police: General Enquiries: 290 2239 SMS: 4444 Tollfree Number: 302 302 PROUDLY SPONSORED BY:

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