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22 CLASSIFIEDS Tel: (061) 273 300, Fax: (061) 220 584 Wednesday, October 25 2017 | NEW ERA Tobias appeals Nekundi head-butt verdict Services Offered FOR 061- 273300 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 Licensing Committee, Region: KHOMAS 1. Name and postal address of applicant, SECHZELLE ROSS, 10482, WINDHOEK 2. Name of business or proposed Business to which applicant relates ROSSFAM TRADING ENTERPRISES CC 3. Address/Location of premises to which Application relates: ERF 2520 PUCCINI STREET, WINDHOEK-WEST, WINDHOEK 4. Nature and details of application: SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENCE, ENTERTAINMENT, SELLING OF LIQUOR 5. Clerk of the court with whom Application will be lodged: WINDHOEK, KHOMAS 6. Date on which application will be Lodged: 01 NOVEMBER 2017 7 Date of meeting of Committee at Which application will be heard: 13 DECEMBER 2017 Services Offered CLASSIFIEDS Rates and Deadlines Notices (VAT Exclusive) Terms and Conditions Apply. Staff Reporter Windhoek Local Featherweight boxer Onesmus Nekundi, a protégé of the MTC Sunshine Promotions stable, lost his National Featherweight title to Kendy Imalwa under questionable circumstances during the No Mercy Part 7 Bout Boxing Bonanza in Windhoek last Saturday. Nekundi, who was at that stage dominating the contest, Ricky Tshabalala in round seven when his opponent (Imalwa) was unable to continue. The referee ruled the incident as an “intentional head-butt” on the part of Nekundi and declared Imalwa the new champion. The incident did not go down exactly well with the audience and Nekundi’s corner, the revered MTC Sunshine team. The latter has reportedly submitted a formal appeal to have the decision revoked by the Namibia Professional Boxing Control Board. have submitted a formal appeal and while we respect the decision of referees, we also know they are human and can make grave mistakes, which was clearly the case in this particular incident,” charged Tobias. “We have obtained and subsequently submitted video evidence that clearly shows Nekundi being the busier of the two boxers throwing the most punches, while Imalwa came forward with his head. Two things are clear from the evidence. Firstly, the wound clearly seems to have been caused by his punches, as his head appears nowhere near Imalwa’s. “However, in the unlikely event that the two heads clashed, which does not seem to be the case, it could never be ruled as intentional on the part of both boxers. “The evidence speaks for itself and we simply want justice to be restored by the Boxing Control Board and we have absolutely no hard feelings against the referee, who we regard as an experienced - that the Boxing Control Board will do the right thing. DSN annual awards ceremony tomorrow THE ALIENS ACT, 1937 NOTICE OF INTENTION OF CHANGE OF SURNAME Pay your GOtv subscription 3 months in advance this festive season and stand a chance to 1 OF 25 HISENSE BLACK MIRROR FRIDGES each to the value of N,000 WE ARE VIBRANT. I,(1) PAULUS UUSHUNGA residing at EENHANA and carrying on business / employed a (2) POLICE OFFICER intend applying to the Minister of Home Affairs for authority under section 9 of the Aliens Act, 1937, to assume the surname, UUSHUNGA for the reasons that (3) TO USE THE FATHER'S SURNAME, FILLEMON IS MY FATHER'S FIRST NAME. I previously bore the name(s) (4) PAULUS FILLEMON intend also applying for authority to change the surname of my wife and minor child(ren) (5). Any person who objects to my/our assumption of the said surname of UUSHUNGA 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. WINDHOEK 23-10-2017 Come back we miss you It feels like it’s been forever since we’ve seen you. Kindly remember that if you are currently receiving a monthly income from GIPF as a pensioner or beneficiary, you need to verify your existence with us three times a year (once every four months). Doing so will ensure that the money paid out goes to the intended recipient. Failure to verify your existence will result in a suspension on payments from GIPF. Visit your nearest GIPF Office, take your GIPF Smart Card along and be verified within a few minutes. GIPF Verification Schedule: November - February March – June July – October We provide Services, Just say when & where you need it !!! Basic CC Company @ N50 Trade Registration Only. Full Package CC Company Registration @ N00 Combo Package CC Company Registration @ N00 INCLUDED SERVICES IN FULL CC REGISTRATION: Income Tax Certificate Registration Good Standing Certificate for Tenders Social Security Certificate Registration of Company Consent Letter from Accountant Social Security Good Standing Certificate Equity Commission Certificate (Affirmative Action) SME Certificate Free Business Guidance and Tips until December ‣ BEE Certificate (Black Empowerment) ‣ Company Rubber Stamp OTHER SERVICES OFFERED ARE: Monthly Membership Agreement Bookkeeping Services Church/ NGO Registrations PTY’s Registration Emergency Fast Registration Services Monthly Tax Returns Business Advice and Consultations Services *TENDER ADVISE*VAT*Financial Statements*Business Plans, Proposals* COMPANY PROFILE* 200-Business Cards. Contact Us: Le-Ti Investments CC Cell: 081 295 4524 or 081 385 1061 or 061-213078 E-mail: E-mail 2: Fax: +264 (0) 88 640 517 Office Location: CCN Head Office, Office No.10, Abraham Mashego Str. Windhoek, Namibia to receive your pension? Give your business the best boost you can! Advertise in our weekly motoring supplement WOEMA! Be it any accessories or gadgets for your vehicle. Call us on 061 273300 or fax us on 220584 Put the WOEMA back into your business! Recognition... The efforts and achievements of local Para-athletes to be recognised at Disability Sport Namibia(DSN) annual awards in the capital tomorrow. WINDHOEK Disability Sport Namibia (DSN) will tomorrow host the 7th edition of its annual awards in Windhoek. The event will see Namibia Paralympic Committee and Namibia Deaf Sports Federation athletes, guides and coaches receive recognition for their performances. Special Olympics Namibia (SON) usually forms part of the event but not this year after DSN recently terminated its membership because of various reasons, including mismanagement. SON was earlier this year also stripped of its licence by its mother-body, Special Olympics International, due to alleged misappropriation of funds, maladministration and lack of among other issues. “The aim of the event is to recognise and reward athletes with disabilities for their accomplishments in 2016/17,” DSN President Gideon Nasilowski said. The Namibia Power Corporation (NamPower) and the Motor Vehicle Accident Fund are sponsoring the awards. -Nampa

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