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    Land conference a sham - AmupandaLand conference a sham - Amupanda
    Job Amupanda of the Affirmative Repositioning Movement has reacted strongly against comments made by lands minister Utoni Nujoma on the eNCA news channel yesterday. Nujoma said that government will not give land to the poor. According to Amupanda, Nujoma also said " government particularly has a problem with giving land to the poor from informal settlements and government will only give land to the elite who will contribute to the 'GDP'."
    He added that they take "note of the minister's announcement and confirmation that SWAPO compromised and sold out on the land question because they were, in Utoni Nujoma’s own words, 'tired of being in the bush'."
    Amupanda continued by accusing government, and in particular the 'Harambee Cabinet' of being anti poor, reminding the nation of now vice-president Nangolo Mbumba's comments in 2014. Mbumba, he said, "displayed the same anti-poor attitude during our 2015 and 2016 land negotiations at State House in the presence of President Hage Geingob who did not call him to order. The anti-poor is a policy of the Harambee Cabinet.
    "Utoni Nujoma is an elite with a farm, multiple fishing rights, properties and bank accounts in foreign countries. It should not be expected of him to love the poor. While making these declarations against the poor before an international investigative journalist Nkepile Mabuse, seated on his table are documents for the land conference. Regardless of the documents and much hype about the land conference, it is evident that Nujoma, Mbumba and Geingob already have predetermined outcomes of the land conference. The land conference, therefore, will be nothing but a sham meant to silence the poor who are hated by official government policy."
    State House is yet to respond.

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  • 06/08/18--16:00: Honda 750 X Motorcycle
  • Honda 750 X MotorcycleHonda 750 X Motorcycle COBIE BOK

    The sexy Honda 750 X motorcycle. The Motorcycle bike has an on road and off road capabilities. The storage compartments are spaces, makes it so comfortable. The Honda 750 X motorcycle sits around corners.


    The Honda 750 X has two storage compartments one just in front of the handle bars and one rear. The motorcycle has automatic Dual Clutch Transmission, and long travel suspenion, under set fuel cell. The honda motorcycle has a Parrelle engine. 750cc, SOHC, 8-valve parallel-twin engine perform in the low-to-mid revs per minut range. 54 Horse power and a 50ft/ib torque, with a level 2 torque controle. From 900 rev per minut to 7500 rpm.

    The Honda 750 X is just made for the free spirts of the road.

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    Nigeria recovers US$98mln with tax evasion amnestyNigeria recovers US$98mln with tax evasion amnesty Nigeria’s government has recovered around 30 billion naira (US$98 million) from individuals and companies through a tax amnesty scheme, the finance ministry said on Wednesday.

    The OPEC member, west Africa’s largest economy, last year emerged from a recession brought on by low oil prices. Crude sales make up two-thirds of national revenue and the government is trying to boost its income from non-oil sources.

    The Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration Scheme (VAIDS) gives tax evaders immunity from prosecution, penalty charges and interest if they voluntarily declare their previously undisclosed assets and income.

    The finance ministry said the Federal Inland Revenue Service chairman Babatunde Fowler announced details of money recovered while speaking at an event in the capital Abuja.

    “Mr Fowler said the federal government had recovered about 30 billion naira from individuals and corporate establishments through the tax amnesty scheme,” it said in a statement.

    It said the database of registered taxpayers had increased from 14 million in 2016 to more than 19 million this year. Fowler “expressed optimism that the number would translate into a positive growth in the country’s tax revenue-to-GDP ratio”.

    Economists have long criticised the low levels of tax collection in Africa’s most populous country. The tax-to-GDP ratio stands at 6 percent.

    The government last year laid out plans to increase it to 15% by 2020. Earlier this month an increase in excise duties on tobacco and alcohol came into effect.


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    Unam victorious against RehobothUnam victorious against RehobothUniversity comes from behind Unam trailed the home team 7-0 after the hosts took the lead 10 minutes into the first half through Xavier van Wyk for their first and only try of the match, with Howard Titus converting the kick to stretch the lead. The University of Namibia (Unam) Rugby Club continued their dominance in the Premier Rugby League after overcoming Rehoboth Rugby Club 31-7 in a hard-fought victory at Rehoboth on Saturday.

    It looked like Rehoboth were out to halt the log leaders' winning streak until Simon Haitembu burst through the hosts' defence for a try. Denver Murorua made no mistake and converted his kick to level the scores 7-all.

    Soon after the restart, Unam capitalised after poor handling from the Rehoboth players and JC Olivier showed heels to the backline of the home team to cross the line for their second try.

    Murorua stepped up again to convert his second kick to stretch the lead to 14-7. The half ended with the same scoreline in favour of the visitors. After the restart, Rehoboth had pushed and camped mostly in the Unam half, but the visitors' defence was on hand to thwart the threat from Rehoboth.

    Against the run of play, Titus was sin-binned after he received a yellow card for a high tackle on a Unam player and Unam quickly capitalised from the resulting foul and got their third try through Camlo Martin.

    Again, Murorua showed composure and converted his kick to make it 21-7.

    Rehoboth stepped up a gear and pressed for a try but Unam sustained the pressure and got a penalty try converted by Bradley Klazen, before Murorua converted another penalty goal to take the final score to 31-7.

    Despite the win, Unam coach Johan Diergaardt said after the match the players failed to implement the game plan as discussed.

    “It was a stop-start affair where we lacked quality in our game. We failed to implement the tactics to kill off the game as early as possible,” said Diergaardt.


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  • 06/10/18--16:00: Young Brazilians thrash SKW
  • Young Brazilians thrash SKWYoung Brazilians thrash SKW Young Brazilians from Karasburg maintained their lead at the top of the Southern Stream First Division Inland Stream after hammering Sport Klub Windhoek (SKW) 5-1 on Saturday in Windhoek.

    The Round 6 match played at SKW Stadium saw the visitors take the lead through a quick brace from Vincentius Jobs and one goal from Revered Matroos to go into halftime with a 3-0 lead.

    At the start of the second half, Jobs scored his third goal for a hat trick before any comeback by SKW was thwarted by Jantjies Vries to make it 5-0.

    SKW got a consolation goal through Elden Kanguundue late in the second half.

    In other Inland Stream matches played on Saturday, Windhoek United kept their winning form with a 3-2 victory over Keetmanshoop's Try Again FC, while Rebels and Ramblers drew 3-3.

    In the Coastal Stream, Namibian Police Football Club thrashed Walvis Bay-based Western Spurs 4-0, while Spoilers were beaten 1-0 at home by rookies Northern Stars.


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  • 06/10/18--16:00: Rashford shines
  • Rashford shinesRashford shinesEngland cruise past Costa Rica In England's last match before their tournament opener against Tunisia in a few days' time, Manchester United's Rashford was the star of a much-changed side in Leeds. England manager Gareth Southgate admitted Marcus Rashford had given him a difficult decision to make ahead of the World Cup with a stunning strike in a 2-0 friendly victory over Costa Rica on Thursday.

    Danny Welbeck was also on target as England extended their unbeaten run to 10 games, stretching back nearly a year.

    “What pleased me most is that Marcus Rashford enjoyed his football tonight.

    He played with a real swagger,” said Southgate.

    Rashford made the most of the absence of England captain Harry Kane as he started up front alongside Jamie Vardy, and showed what he is capable of with a fiercely struck shot from 25 yards that dipped perfectly into the top corner.

    “You work on them (goals) in training every day and when one comes up in a game it's a reward,” Rashford told ITV.

    Rashford endured a difficult end to the season at United, scoring just four times in 2018 at club level, and suffering some stinging criticism from Jose Mourinho.

    However, Southgate insisted the 20-year-old needs to express himself and feel the freedom to make mistakes.

    “He had a difficult end to the season having to play on his own as a number nine at times. He is still filling out; we sometimes forget how old he is,” added Southgate.

    “For me, at the end of the season, he cares so much you can see he was trying too hard.

    “I said to all the team before the game, I expect to see mistakes tonight and, if I don't, there might be a problem because we wouldn't be being as attack-minded as we want to be.

    “They are going to make errors, but they might also show the glimpses like Marcus's goal. The goal was world class.”

    Southgate made 10 changes from the side that beat Nigeria 2-1 on Saturday with 19-year-old Trent Alexander-Arnold of Liverpool handed his international debut at right-back.

    Rashford caught the eye from the off with a sublime piece of skill down the left that forced a corner from which his United team-mate Phil Jones saw a looping header turned onto the bar by Keylor Navas.

    Real Madrid goalkeeper Navas was completely caught out moments later, though, as Rashford unleashed a powerful drive from 25 yards for his third international goal.

    Navas was Costa Rica's hero of an incredible run to the World Cup quarter-finals four years ago in Brazil, helping to knock England out of the group stages on the way.

    However, there was a gulf in class even between Southgate's largely second string line-up and the Central Americans as England dominated.

    Navas kept his side in the game by denying Vardy from point-blank range as he latched onto Leicester team-mate Harry Maguire's knockdown.

    Costa Rica face tournament favourites Brazil as well as Serbia and Switzerland in Group E, and will need to show far more ambition once they get to Russia if they are to replicate their heroics of four years ago. Southgate held off making any changes until the hour mark and left Kane in reserve for the full 90 minutes as his side continued to control the game after the break.

    England's rhythm was then stunted by five quickfire substitutions, including a debut for Burnley's Nick Pope in goal.

    However, Welbeck also justified his inclusion in Southgate's squad by coming off the bench to seal the win 14 minutes from time as he headed home Dele Alli's cross.


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  • 06/10/18--16:00: Omaheke Top 8 for July
  • Omaheke Top 8 for JulyOmaheke Top 8 for July The Epukiro Sports Council will host the Omaheke Top 8 football and netball tourney on 7 July 2018 at the Legare Stadium in Gobabis.

    The tournament is played by teams from Omaheke's constituencies that reached the quarterfinals of their annual December tournaments.

    Speaking to Nampa on Thursday, the public relations officer of the Epukiro Sports Council, Kuveri Tjonga, said the total budget is N$35 000. Football gets N$23 000 and the remaining N$12 000 is reserved for netball.

    The registration fee per soccer team is N$1 500 and netball teams pay N$800.

    However, there is a N$600 discount for clubs that enter both football and netball teams, said Tjonga.

    “This is intended to encourage village teams to perform better in the two sports codes and especially to promote netball,” he explained.

    The netball winners will receive N$6 000, a trophy plus 12 gold medals, while the runners-up will get N$3 000 and 12 silver medals. The two semi-finalists will each take home N$1 500.

    As for soccer, the winner will walk away with N$11 000, a trophy plus 20 gold medals and the runners-up will take home N$6 000 and 20 silver medals.

    There will be special prizes for the player of the tournament, coach and most disciplined player of the tournament in both sport codes.

    In addition, the goalkeeper and defender of the tournament will take home trophies in the football category.

    “We usually do this to promote the players and discipline them as well,” added Tjonga.

    Last year's soccer winners were Okaoveni from Otjinene, who failed to qualify for this year's competition, while Aminuis-based outfit Evero won the netball category.


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  • 06/10/18--16:00: Fur children count
  • Fur children countFur children count A major pet company has introduced what it calls Pawternity leave – three-day parental leave for employees getting a new puppy or kitten.

    Musti Group, the largest pet supply chain in the Nordic countries, says it came up with the idea because the wellbeing of animals is a central part of its agenda. The leave came into effect at the beginning of this month.

    “Expertise and interest towards animal welfare are expected from all employees,” says David Rönnberg, Musti Group's CEO. “An impressive 90% of the company's 1 500 employees have at least one furry friend at home.

    “When a furry family member first enters their new home, both pet and owner have new routines to get accustomed to. For a variety of reasons, these first days are a significant phase in the growth and development of a puppy.

    “Forming a coherent pack and familiarising with the new environment require spending some time together.”

    Pets always come first in everything the company does – which is why Pawternity leave is a natural step in the development of its pet culture, Rönnberg adds.

    “Adopting a pet is a significant decision and changes everyday life considerably. We want to support our employees during their first days with their new family member and ensure they can enjoy those precious moments to the fullest.”

    Pawternity leave will help employees combine work and free time more seamlessly, contributing to the wellbeing of their entire family, Musti Group says.

    Employers in other fields should be challenged to consider a similar leave system in their own communities, says the company's marketing director, Henri Mäkinen.

    “Puppy socialisation and training can't happen during evenings or weekends alone,” he says. “A puppy might feel both insecure and lost in their new home without the presence of their mother and siblings.

    “If a pet is left alone for too long they'll find all sorts of things to do – not all of them necessarily pleasant to the owner.”


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    US, UK are 'colonial' in Syria – al-AssadUS, UK are 'colonial' in Syria – al-Assad Syria's President Bashar al-Assad denied Moscow is running the show in his war-torn country, saying in an interview, released Sunday, his government operates independently of its Russian and Iranian allies.

    In a wide-ranging interview in Damascus with the Mail on Sunday, Assad slammed the United States and British military actions in Syria as “colonial” while praising supporter Russia.

    “We've had good relations with Russia for more than six decades now, nearly seven decades. They never, during our relation, try to dictate, even if there are differences,” he told the British newspaper.

    Assad admitted his government has disagreed with Russia and Iran throughout the country's seven-year conflict.

    “That's very natural, but at the end the only decision about what's going on in Syria and what's going to happen, it's a Syrian decision,” he said.

    Moscow intervened militarily in Syria's conflict in 2015, when Assad's forces were struggling to hold territory against rebel fighters.

    Russian air strikes and military advisors have since helped regime troops seize back more than half the country.

    Tehran, too, has sent military advisors to Syria, but Assad has denied that Iranian troops are on the ground.

    Iran's regional foe, Israel, has repeatedly warned it will not accept an entrenched Iranian presence in Syria.

    It is suspected of carrying out numerous raids on Syrian government positions over the years, and last month announced unprecedented strikes on what it said were Tehran-operated bases in Syria.

    In his interview, Assad denied Moscow had ever had prior knowledge of such strikes, despite close cooperation between Israel and Russia.

    “No, no, that's not true,” he said.

    “Russia never coordinated with anyone against Syria, either politically or militarily, and that's (a) contradiction,” he said.

    “How could they help the Syrian army advancing and at the same time work with our enemies in order to destroy our army?”

    Syria's war has also drawn in many Western powers, who first backed rebel groups against Assad then shifted their focus to defeating the Islamic State jihadist group as part of a US-led coalition.

    Assad lambasted the American and British interventions, saying they were “breaching the sovereignty of Syria”.

    “This is colonial policy, that's how we see it, and this is not new,” he said.

    He also told the Mail on Sunday that his country had stopped intelligence sharing with European nations.

    “They want to exchange information despite their governments being politically against ours, so we said... When you change your political position, we're ready,” he said.

    “Now, there's no cooperation with any European intelligence agencies including the British.”

    The interview, according to the Mail on Sunday, was Assad's first with a British journalist since 2015. Its full transcript was published on Syrian state news agency SANA.


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  • 06/10/18--16:00: Optimistic but wary
  • Optimistic but waryOptimistic but waryTaliban announces ceasefire in Afghanistan Afghans are hopeful, but remain wary, of the possibility of lasting peace in their country. Afghans exhausted by a nearly 17-year war that is older than many of the country's citizens breathed a sigh of relief on Saturday after the Taliban announced its first ceasefire since the 2001 US invasion - but some remain wary.

    The decision to suspend fighting for the first three days of Eid, the holiday that marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan and a time when Muslims visit family and friends, took many in the war-weary country by surprise.

    Afghans flooded Facebook with messages of hope that the unprecedented ceasefire, which came two days after the government's own unexpected announcement of a week-long halt to operations against the Taliban, could lead to a longer-lasting peace deal.

    “It is a good move by the government and Taliban. Anyone who has lost someone to this war will welcome it,” wrote Mohammad Najeeb.

    Shah Jahan posted: “I hope this is a step towards peace. I also hope other terrorist groups such as Daesh don't disrupt it.”

    Daesh is the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State group, which has a relatively small but potent presence in Afghanistan.

    “I still cannot believe they (the Taliban) accepted the ceasefire offer. This is the very first ceasefire I have witnessed since I was born,” wrote Karwan, whose profile had only one name.

    “For as long as I can remember it has been war, war, war.”

    Baktash Mobarez said the Taliban's announcement had “brought so much hope and happiness” to a country worn down by four decades of conflict.

    “Imagine if one day all of the 20 terrorist groups active here stop fighting,” he said.

    But others expressed doubts over the Taliban's sincerity, pointing to the dozens of Afghan security forces killed in a spate of attacks claimed by the group in the hours leading up to the announcement.

    'Three days is not enough'

    Militants launched two separate assaults in the western province of Herat and the northern province of Kunduz overnight, killing at least 36 soldiers and police, officials said.

    The group also claimed responsibility for an attack on an Afghan military base in the southern province of Kandahar.

    At least 23 soldiers were killed and another nine wounded in the raid, Shah Wali Kot district police chief Padshah Khan told AFP.

    The casualty toll could not be immediately confirmed.

    “It makes no difference, they have already started killing loads of people before the ceasefire,” wrote Hashim Akbari.

    “They have killed dozens of people in Herat and Kunduz in one day. They will kill more to make up for their ceasefire days.”

    A woman in Kabul told AFP that three days was not enough and instead “we should reach for a sustainable peace throughout the country”.

    Civilians have paid a disproportionate price in casualties as a result of the protracted conflict.

    More than 10 000 civilians were killed or wounded in 2017, down 9% from the previous year, UN figures show.

    But casualties from suicide bombings and attacks were up 17% last year as the Taliban and IS ramp up assaults in urban areas, particularly Kabul.

    After many fits and starts with past peace initiatives, some Afghans pleaded for a higher power to resolve the conflict.

    “May God turn this ceasefire into a permanent ceasefire between the Taliban and Afghanistan,” Faridullah Talash wrote on Facebook.

    “We are tired of war and bloodshed.”


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    Onkalo yaanona taya ningi omategelelo otayi limbilikeOnkalo yaanona taya ningi omategelelo otayi limbilike Aanona yaakadhona yoomvula okutameka pomugoyi otaya yi komandiki guundjolowele opo ya ka konge omakwatho gomaluvalo ga longekidhwa, kaayeli pamwe naakuluntu yawo, omanga aanona yoomvula okutameka pomulongi taya pulumutha. Mboka owumwe yomomauyelele taga halutha ngoka ga tseyitha, sha landula omutumba dhoshigwana ndhoka dha ningwa moshilongo ashihe kokomitiye tayi ithanwa, National Assembly Standing Committee on Human Resources and Community Development.

    Omunapaliamende gwongundu yoPopular Democratic Movement (PDM), Elma Dienda, okwa popi kutya okwa haluka noonkondo mokuuva omauyelele geli ngaaka.

    Dienda ngoka a li oshitopolwa shokomitiye ndjoka ya ningi omitumba noshigwana okwa popi kutya, aanambelewa yuundjolowele oya popi kutya itaya vulu okutindila omayakulo ngoka aanona mboka, konima sho ya pulwa kutya oshi li tuu ppaveta okugandja omayakulo ngoka kaanona aashona.

    “Epulo lyotango ndyoka hatu ya pula oompoka pe na aakuluntu yawo, ihe ihaya yamukula. Ipula nee okanona koomvula omugoyi, ngoka keshi omunyasha natango ihe okanona,” Dienda a popi.

    Dienda okwa gwdha po kutya moshitopolwa owala shaKavango, aanona yaakadhona yeli 83 yeli kohi yoomvula 15 oya ningi omategelelo momvula yimwe.

    “Iipotha mbyoka inayi lopotwa kopolisi nenge kaalongi, koondohotola nenge komuntu gulwe. Shoka ekwatonkonga. Inatu mona oshipotha shekwatokonga sha lopotwa monkalo ndjoka.”

    Oshilyo shopaliamende shoSwapo, Gotthard Kasuto okwa popi kutya oya tseyithilwa kutya aanona yoomvula 16 oye na nale omategelelo guunona wawo uutiyali.

    Oopela dhokukutha mo omategelelo

    Kasuto okwa gwedha po kutya nonando kape na omaumbangi golela taga koleke, okwa hololwa kutya opela dhokukutha mo omategelelo odhi li nale momikunda.

    “Moshitopolwa shaKunene, otwa uvu aantu taya popi kutya aanona yaakadhona otaya landa oopela ndhoka momapandanda. Shoka otashi tula moshiponga oomwenyo dhawo,” Kasuto a popi.

    Okwa gwedha po kutya pamithigululwakalo dhimwe, oshi li oshidhila aavali ya popye kombinga yomilalo naanona yawo, onkene osho tashi ningitha oshidhigu aavali ya kundathane onkalo ndjoka naanona yawo.

    Omitumba ndhoka odha ningwa, sha landula eindilo lya ningwa kuDienda mOmutumba gwoPashigwana omvula ya piti.

    Dienda okwa li a popi kombinga yonkalo tayi limbilike yomwaalu omunene gwaanona taya ningi omategelelelo moshilongo na okwa pula uuministeli welongo, opo wu talulule omulandu gwoRevised Education Sector Policy for the Prevention and Management of Learner Pregnancy.

    Okwa popi kutya omulandu ngoka otagu e ta uupyakadhi na itagu kandulapo omukundu ngaashi andola gwa nuninwa.

    Okwa tsikile kutya aanona yaakadhona mboka ya ningi omategelelo itaya ilongo oshilongwa okuza komapuko gawo gotango ihe otaya longitha pambambo omulandu ngoka.

    “Omiyalu itadhi fundju. Ope na epuko enene.

    Otashi vulika omulandu gwUuministeli welongo ngoka gwa tulwa miilonga opo gu kandulepo omukundu ngoka, inagu tulwa miilonga nawa, nongele ogwa tulwa miilonga nawa kaye na ehalo nomukumo gwokuninga omalunduluko.”

    Dienda okwa pula natango ngele aaniilonga pooskola mwakwatelwa aalongi naakuluntu yooskola oya dheulwa tuu nkene ye na okutula miilonga omulandu ngoka.

    Olopota ya ngongwapo koNational Council Women's Caucus Outreach, sha landula etalelepo lya ningilwa omahala ngoka kwa hololwa kutya oge na omwaalu guli pombanda gwaanona yaakadhona taya ningi omategelelo, oshitopolwa sha //Karas, Hardap, Ohangwena, Zambezi oshowo Kavango West, oya holola kutya aantu oyendji oye li ompinge nomulandu gwooskola kombinga yaanona mboka taya ningi omategelelo.

    Molwaashoka otashi ulike kutya omusindalandu ngoka otagu hwahwameke eningo lyomategelelo.

    “Osha fa sha ninga omauliko mokati kaanona opo ya ninge omategelelo molwaashoka aanaskola mboka ya ningi omategelelo otaya ende ya manguluka mooskola.”

    Kasuto okwa yambidhidha olopota ndjoka kutya aavali yamwe, otaya nyenyetele omusindalandu ngoka kutya ogwo tagu hwahwameke onkalo .

    Aavali yamwe oya pula woo kutya omolwashike aalongiskola oyo owala haya ungaungiwa nayo ngele ya gandja omategelelo kaanona, omanga aanambelewa yalwe ihaya ningwa sha ngele gandja omategelelo.

    Oya pula natango sho kutya aanona yaakadhona oyo owala haya kala pevi ngele ya ningi omategelelo ihe monkalo ngele nakugandja etegelelo omunaskola oha pitikwa a tsikile neilongo lye.

    Omulandu gwuundjolowele

    Omukomeho gwo gwomayakulo guundjolowele wopetameko, Maria Kavezembi okwa popi kutya uuministeli wawo owu na omulandu ngoka tagu utha kutya ngele omuntu ohayi momilalo nena ota vulu okupewa omakwatho ngoka ga nuninwa okungambeka oluvalo ihe nonando oongaka, mboka itaya vulu okuninga omatokolo ngoka ku yoyene oya pumbwa okukala pamwe naavali yawo nenge aasilishisho yawo.

    “Aanona inaya pumbwa okushunithwa ko ihe oya pumbwa woo okupewa omahungomwenyo. Owu wete kutya ethimbo limwe oto shunitha ko aanona e to kala wu na omwaalu omunene gwomategelelo mokati kanona.”


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    Ondangwa ya popile egandjo lyooplota kumayolaOndangwa ya popile egandjo lyooplota kumayola Elelo lyondoolopa yaNdangwa olya popile etokolo lyawo lyokugandja ooplota ndatu dhongeshefa kehangano lyoHuhu City, ehangano lya mayola gwondoolopa ndjoka, Paavo Amwele, taya popi kutya okwa ningi eindilo lyooplota ndhoka omanga ina ninga mayola gwondoolopa.

    Etseyitho ndyoka lya tulwa miikundaneki oshiwike sha piti, olya tseyitha kutya elelo otali gandja ooplota ndatu dhongeshefa kuAmwele, mExtension 23 kondando yoo N$229 856.

    Omupopiliko gwelelo ndyoka, Petrina Shitalangaho okwa lombwele oNamibian Sun kutya kape na sha sha puka ngele okwa gandjwa ooplota ndhoka kehangano lyaAmwele, sha ningwa kwa landulwa oompango.

    Shitalangaho okwa yelitha kutya Huhu City okwa ningi eindilo lyooplota dhuunene woosquare metre 20 000 momasiku 19 gaDecemba gwo 2014. Ooplota ndhoka odha li dha ziminwa momutumba gwelelo ngoka gwa ningwa momasiku 22 gaKotomba mo 2015.

    Okwa tsikile kutya ongaaka omanga Amwele ina ninga mayola gwondoolopa muDecemba gwo2015.

    Aanambelewa oyendji mboka taya longo melelo ngashiingeyi kaya li taya longo mo momvula yo 2015, onkene Amwele ita vulu okuhwahwameka etokolo ndyoka,” Shitalangaho a popi.

    Omunambelewa ngoka okwa tsikile natango kutya Amwele okwa pewa omukanda gwe momvula yo2014, ihe ina vula okulonga ehala ndyoka molwaashoka osha li oshitopolwa shetsokumwe kutya otaka mona owala ehala ndyoka uuna lya longwa opo ta vulu oku li tunga. Okwa li woo aniwa a pula opo a pewe ehala tali adhika pokapale koodhila mOndangwa, nopethimbo ndyoka evi ndyoka kalya li lya wapalekwa natango.

    Shitalangaho okwa tsikile kutya Amwele nuumvo okwa shangele elelo ndyoka ombaapila, ta pula kombinga yooplota dhe, nelelo olya ningi etokolo momasiku 18 gaMei, opo a pewe ooplota ndatu moExtension 23.

    Sho a pulwa ngele Amwele okwa li oshitopolwa shomutumba ngoka gwa ningi etokolo, okwa yamukula kutya ka li oshitopolwa shomutumba ngoka.


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  • 06/10/18--16:00: Lions crush Welwitschias
  • Lions crush WelwitschiasLions crush Welwitschias13-try thriller in SA Namibia could not contain the attacks of the Xerox Golden Lions in their rugby match over the weekend. The Xerox Golden Lions cruised to a comfortable 89-10 victory against the Windhoek Draught Welwitschias in the SuperSport Rugby Challenge at the Wits Rugby Stadium on Friday. (Halftime 42-03).

    The home side scored 13 tries en route to an emphatic win, the second over their Namibian counterparts after recording a victory in the first round fixture, in the first week of May.

    Tries for the Xerox Golden Lions were scored courtesy of a brace from Wayne van der Bank and Phumzile Moqondwana each, a try a piece via Siyabonga Masuku, Selom Gavor, Anthony Volmink, Stephen Bhasera, Eduard Fouche, Darrien-Lane Landsberg, Austin Davids, Morne van den Berg and a penalty try.

    The visitors' only try was scored by JC Winkler which DJ van Weidts converted. Along with a first-half penalty via the boot of Aurello Plato, these were the only points for the Windhoek Draught Welwitschias.

    It took the home side just six minutes to get the opening try when flyhalf Masuku dotted down which fullback Alwyn Cilliers converted, 7-0.

    The Golden Lions would score at regular intervals, building up a substantial 35-3 lead with 15 minutes left in the opening half.

    Van der Bank opened his scoring tally for the afternoon when the outside centre outsmarted the visitors' defenders to take the men from Johannesburg to a 42-3 lead as the players headed into the locker rooms for halftime.

    The home side picked up where they left off when prop Bhasera crashed over for his side's first try of the second half, Cilliers added the extras, 49-3.

    This would spark a period of dominance from the Golden Lions as they went onto score six more tries, while the Namibians could only manage one five-pointer.

    The damage was done and the writing was on the wall for the Welwitschias from the first whistle.


    Xerox Golden Lions: Tries: Wayne van der Bank (2), Phumzile Moqondwana (2), Siyabonga Masuku, Selom Gavor, Anthony Volmink, Stephen Bhasera, Eduard Fouche, Darrien-Lane Landsberg, Austin Davids, Morne van den Berg, Penalty try:

    Cons: Alwyn Cilliers (6), Masuku (5)

    Windhoek Draught Welwitschias: Try: JC Winkler, Con: DJ van Weidts, Pen: Aurello Plato


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    Evi lyaVenduka lya ninga ondilo noonkondoEvi lyaVenduka lya ninga ondilo noonkondo Ondando yevi mOvenduka oya ninga ondilo noonkondo na otayi yelekwa iikando ihamano nondando yevi moKaiti.

    Oondoolopa yaVenduka oshowo moSwakopo, taya vulu okulanditha oshitopolwa shevi lyuunene woosquare-metre 375- kondando yooN$95 000, omanga mondolopa dhilwe, oshitopolwa shoka tashi vulu okulandithwa kondando yooN$23 000.

    Natango otashi pula oshimaliwa shooN$74 000 sha gwedhwapo okutunga egumbo lyoondunda ndatu dhokulala lyuunene woosquare-metre 76- mOvenduka noSwakopo, okuyeleka noondoolopa dhimwe moshilongo.

    Olopota ya ningwa kehangano lyoFirst Capital, ndyoka hali nongonona ondjele yoondando dhomagumbo moNamibia, oya gongele iifuta yetungo lyomagumbo moondoolopa ngaashi Ovenduka, Swakopo, Keetmanshoop, Swakopmund, Ondangwa, Rundu oshowo Katima Mulilo.

    Konyala iitungithi yokutunga egumbo lyoondunda ndatu moshilando shaVenduka oshowo mondoolopa yaSwakopo, otayi pula oshimaliwa shooN$240 300, omanga iitungithi yegumbo lyopamuthigwa gwa faathana moondoolopa dhilwe moshilongo tayi pula oshimaliwa shooN$242 570, naashoka otashi ulike kutya iitungithi oyi na ombiliha mOvenduka noSwakopo.

    Kwa longithwa oondando dhomuMaalitsa gwonuumvo, na osha monika mo kutya okutunga egumbo lyopamuthika lyoondunda ndatu, lyuunene woosquare metre 76 otali pula oshimaliwa sha thika pooN$376 298 moondoolopa ngaashi Keetmanshoop, Ondangwa, Rundu oshowo Katima Mulilo, omanga egumbo lya faathana tali pula oshimaliwa shooN$449 926 mOvenduka oshowo oSwakopo.

    Olopota oya holola kutya iitungithi oyi na ondilo moKatima Mulilo (N$242 200) oshowo moRundu (N$242 100), ngiika sha ningithwa ondilo kondando yokufala iitungitho komahala ngoka, omolwa oshinano.

    Nonando ondando yiitungithi oyi na ombiliha mOvenduka oshowo moSwakopo, ondando yi li pombanda yevi oshowo iilonga, otayi ningitha ondando yomagumbo yi kale yi na ondilo noonkondo moondoolopa ndhoka.

    Olopota oya tsikile kutya omolwa ondando yevi ndjoka yi li pombanda oshowo iilonga mOvenduka noSwakopo, evi lyuunene woosquare metres 375 otali pula oshimaliwa shooN$110 000 mOvenduka omanga moSwakopo, tali pula oshimaliwa shooN$75 000.

    Evi oli na ombiliha moKaiti, taku landula oKatima Mulilo.

    Oshitopolwa shevi shuunene woo square meters 375 otashi pula oshimaliwa shooN$18 200 moKaiti. MoRundu noKatima Mulilo, evi lyoshitopolwa shuunene mboka otali landithwa koshimaliwa shooN$24 100, nonando ndjoka oyi li pevi lyiikando 4.5 okuyeleka nondando mOvenduka.

    “Evi oli na ondilo noonkondo mOvenduka omolwa iifuta yi li pombanda yewapaleko lyevi ndyoka niilonga.”

    Olopota natango oya tsikile kutya ngiika shoka tashi ningitha evi li kale li na ondilo mOvenduka, okuyeleka noondoolopa dhimwe, iilonga sho ondoolopa ndjoka yi li pehala lyomamanya na otashi kutha oonkondo odhindji niilongitho iinene mokuwapaleka evi ndyoka.

    Olopota ota tsikile natango kutya osha li sha pula ondilo noonkondo noopresenda dha thika po 4.3 okutunga egumbo muMaalitsa gwonuumvo okuyeleka noomwedhi Maalitsa gwomvula ya piti.

    Ondando yevi muMaalitsa gwonuumo oya yi pombanda noopresenda 4.8 okuyeleka naMaalitsa gwomvula yo2017 natango ondando yiitungithi oya yi pombanda noopresenda 4 muMaalitsa gwonuumvo okuyeleka naMaalitsa gwomvula ya piti.

    Olopota ndjoka oya longithwa mokuyelekanitha oondando dhetungo lyegumbo lyopamuthika lyuunene woondunda ndatu dhokulala, poshitopolwa shevi shoosquare metre o76.

    Oondando dhiitungithi odha gongelwa molopota ndjoka ya ningwa po, kwa longitha oondando adhihe okuza kiitungithi ayihe mbyoka tayi pumbiwa mokutunga egumbo lyopamuthika.


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    Hulitheni po okumina evi shaaheli paveta-NghitilaHulitheni po okumina evi shaaheli paveta-Nghitila Komufala gwomidhingoloko, Theofilus Nghitila okwa pula ehulithepo lyemino lyevi ndyoka kwa lopotwa lya lundalala noonkondo unene melelo lyoshilongo shUukwambi. Omwedhi gwa piti oshifokundaneki shoNamibian Sun, osha pititha iinyolwa kombinga yemino lyevi lyaali paveta unene monooli yoshilongo moka omahangano taga kutha evi pwaahena iifuta yasha nenge taya futu okamaliwa okashona komalelo gopamuthigululwakalo nokukalanditha evi ndyoka kaatungi nokwiimonena omwaalu omunene gwiiyemo okuza melanditho lyevi.

    Paveta kehe ngoka ta mini evi lyopangeshefa okwa pumbwa okumona okukandapitiko tagu ithanwa 'clearance certificate', ihe omahangano ogendji ngoka taga mini evi kage na omukanda ngoka.

    Nghitila okwa ningi omutumba nelelo lyUukwambi nokuli lombwela kutya emino lyevi ndyoka tali ningwa melelo lyawo kali li paveta, na okwe ya yelithile nkene omukanda ngoka gwepitiko lyokumina evi hagu vulu okumonika.

    Komufala okwa tseyithile elelo ndyoka kombinga yompango yekwato nawa lyomidhingoloko ndjoka tayi ithanwa Environmental Management Act, ndjoka ya popi kutya emino lyevi nomatompelo gongeshefa shaaheli paveta oshi li oshimbuluma.

    Okwa tsikile kutya uuministeli womidhingoloko owa pula omukomeho gwopolisi yaNamibia, opo a tseyithie ookomanda dhiitopolwa mokukwathela opo ku hulithwepo emino lyevi shaaheli paveta.

    Mboka taya ka monika ondjo moshipotha shoka otaya vulu okufutithwa oshimaliwa shooN$500 000 nenge ya kale modholongo oomvula 25.

    Nghitila okwa yelitha kutya kaye li ompinge nomayambulepo ihe oya hala okukalekapo ompango ndjoka tayi gamenene po omidhongoloko. Okwa tsikile kutya ngele aakwashigwana otaya tsikile nokupitika aantu ya mine evi okuza momapya gawo nena shoka otashi ya etele oluhepo.

    “Ngele owa gandja po epya lyoye koshimaliwa shooN$300 komuntu opo a mine evi okuza mepya yoye, nongela owala kutya oshimaliwa shoka otashi pupo mbala ihe ngoye oto thigwa po owala nomalambo ge li mepya lyoye. Shoka otashi ti kutya oto thigilwa po epya eshona ndyoka tali vulu okulongwa naashoka otashi etele ofamili yoye oluhepo,” Nghitila a kumagidha.


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  • 06/10/18--16:00: Kirani James wins 400m
  • Kirani James wins 400mKirani James wins 400m Former Olympic and World champion Kirani James returned from a long layoff to claim the 400 metres at the Racers Grand Prix on Saturday, clocking a winning time of 44.35 seconds.

    James produced a final burst to beat runner-up Fred Kerley of the United States by 100th of a second at National Stadium in Kingston.

    The impressive showing came one day after James announced that he has Graves' disease, an immune system disorder resulting in an overproduction of thyroid hormones.

    The 24-year-old James came from behind with about 40 metres remaining to catch Kerley who got off to a fast start. James said afterward he was “trying to improve my health and preparation day by day. It's just a blessing to be here and competing.”

    The Grenadian, who won gold and silver at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games, had announced in a pre-meet press conference Friday that he was suffering from the disease.

    “I found out I had Graves' disease and for people who don't know what that's about, it's a disease that affects your thyroid.

    “And when it overacts it affects your hormones, speeds up your metabolism, weight loss, muscle weaknesses, shortness of breath, a lot of symptoms; sometimes it varies. So I had to see doctors and be on medication.

    “It's been a long road, so I am just glad to be back. And I just want to thank the Racers Grand Prix for inviting me and giving me an opportunity to come back and open up to see where I am at. I am just happy to be back,” he said.

    After the race he told reporters, “I am just getting back to racing after a year and some months and trying to stay focused and determined.”

    Also, Jamaican-based Great Britain runner Zharnel Hughes ran a world leading 9.91 seconds (0.4m/s), his first time under 10.00 seconds to win the men's 100m.

    The long-striding Hughes got out off to a good start and held off the American Noah Lyles, who ran a personal best 9.93. Yohan Blake ran a 10.00 seconds for third.

    World and Olympic champion Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce continued her come back after giving birth to her first child, and ran a season best 11.10 seconds in the 100m.


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  • 06/10/18--16:00: The Honda CR-V SUV
  • The Honda CR-V SUVThe Honda CR-V SUV The car that shares the spirit of advancer with its driver, giving you the freedom to explore your journey.

    Creating a sleek dynamic look for all modern drivers. The CR-V gives a curved edge with a harmonic design.

    The CR-V was manufactured in Japan in the begging of 2017. Honda begins production of all-new 2017 CR-V in Japan. Which was at the beginning of 2017. This is the SUV to consider when you don’t want a large bulky SUV.

    Consider the Honda CR-V as a SUV with style and a compact motor with a platform. Talk about grip the SUV is an AWD all-wheel-drive motor. Competing with the Mazda CX-5, Rave4 and the Tiguan.

    The CR-V is quit spaces for traveling journeys, with the diver always in control. The CR-V creates a haven from a busy world.

    Morden tech on the CR-V is very remarkable, it runs a rear camera for easy parking abilities. Front and rear parking abilities that signal the driver in tight parking spots. Electronic control four wheel-drive management to adjust to your weather environment, talk about the rainy days.

    Accessories includes tail gate garnish, LED fog lights, exhaust pip finisher, cross bas for more packing, rear bumper protectors. Fitted with a i-VTEC SOHC 16v engine 2l, the1.5 comes VTEC Turbo, with a 113 kW on standard and a 140kW with the turbo motor.

    In 2019, Honda is expected to launch two of its much-awaited models, which also fill critical gaps in carmakers model range. Which is the Honda Civic, which will make a comeback after seven years and will be the latest version that gets the mid-cycle refresh. And finally, the much-speculated Honda HR-V.

    For more information on the Honda CR-V contact Vladimir Steiner @ +264 61 381 600 or mail to hondawing@pupkewitz.com

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  • 06/10/18--16:00: Team Damo 1000
  • Team Damo 1000Team Damo 1000Windhoek’s next big spinner A 16-year-old Damean Beukes from Windhoek , Khomasdal’s Funkie town is a young motorsport spinster, making him one of the spinning crowed favourites in the motorsport. “My team is always there and even when there is something wrong with my car , we always help each other with a car,”- Damean Beukes, young spinner COBIE BOK

    Beukes has been spinning for two years now. He is popularly known to be one of the young vibrant talented spinners in Windhoek.

    “Big things are coming my way,” said the young spinster, adding that he has been approached with offers on his door step to join the Most Wanted Spin army.

    Always considering his team to be number one in his motor sport, Beukes added : “My team is always there and even when there is something wrong with my car , we always help each other with a car,” he said.

    According to the teenager, Most Wanted has helped him with his spinning career and guided him along the way.

    The motor sport lovers can expect more power and a lot of crazy stunts from the young spinner, who said he is excited about the journey ahead.

    “Team Damo 1000 would like to thank the most-High first of all, my family, Motor Heads and 365Tow-In Recovery for supporting and sponsoring me,” he said.

    Beukes said he would like to take spinning to another level by considering a career in motor sport and welcomes all the support he can get.

    For a private spinning session you can contact Team Damo 1000 at: +264 81 599 5510.

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  • 06/10/18--16:00: Springboks beat England
  • Springboks beat EnglandSpringboks beat EnglandKolisi captains for first time The onslaught produced three tries and 24 points from the visitors in the first 16 minutes. South Africa wrenched the first rugby test out of England's hands by coming from 24-3 down to win 42-39 at Ellis Park on Saturday, saving Siya Kolisi's first game as the Springboks' first black captain.

    The Springboks wingers scored tries on their test debuts, two for right wing S'Busiso Nkosi and one for left wing Aphiwe Dyantyi, to help a young South Africa win after looking ragged under an early England onslaught.

    After their fightback - racking up 36 points to England's three in the middle part of the game - the Boks held on grimly at the end as the momentum changed wildly again. England was dominant once more in the last 10 minutes and scored two late tries.

    “I thought the first 20 minutes we were, at times, brilliant,” England coach Eddie Jones said. “Maybe we got seduced by the game and that might have been the cause for some uncharacteristic and costly errors.”

    Both teams scored five tries, while South Africa flyhalf Handre Pollard kicked 17 points, punishing England in the second half for its high penalty count and kicking a final penalty four minutes from fulltime that was ultimately enough to get South Africa home. The comeback gave Kolisi's team a nerve-jangling but desperately welcome win and South Africa reason to be positive for the future under new coach Rassie Erasmus following a dismal past two years under Allister Coetzee.

    “I was really nervous. It was a tough time to start off a game like that,” Kolisi said.

    He praised the senior players around him for helping pull South Africa together after the disastrous start: “We took charge and told the guys to calm down.”

    England suffered a fourth straight test loss for the first time in four years, a sudden slump after Jones' arrival as coach led to back-to-back Six Nations titles in 2016 and 2017.

    Jones' side looked good for the first 20 minutes and the last 10 in Johannesburg, but lost its way badly in the middle. Jones said that was mainly down to “individual errors” and ill-discipline.

    “They (South Africa) got a get-out-of-jail card,” Jones said, although he did praise South Africa for winning a “wonderful game of rugby”.

    More than just looking good, England was rampant early on, with fullback-turned-wing Mike Brown sliding in at the left corner inside the first five minutes. Fullback Elliot Daly and centre and captain Owen Farrell also scored as South Africa was torn apart out wide. Farrell converted them all and kicked a penalty for 24-3 to England after 16 minutes.

    “I was worried,” Erasmus said. “There was a lot of young guys on the park ... it could have gone really bad for us.”

    Recalled England-based scrumhalf Faf de Klerk began the Boks' comeback with the first try. Nkosi scored in each corner, the second after combining brilliantly with fellow debutant Dyantyi. Fullback Willie le Roux, another overseas-based player recalled by Erasmus, got the fourth for South Africa, which went to halftime 29-27 ahead.

    Suddenly, England was so rattled that Jones threw on New Zealand-born forward Brad Shields for his debut off the bench before halftime.

    Dyantyi pushed the home team further ahead in the second half, 39-27, making England pay immediately for a yellow card to prop Mako Vunipola in his 50th test. Tries for England lock Maro Itoje and wing Jonny May in the last 10 minutes set up a thrilling finish, when England set up for one last attack from a lineout with about a minute to go. South Africa stole the throw-in - via another impressive debutant, second-rower RG Snyman - and clinched a great start to a three-test series in which both teams are desperate for success.


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  • 06/10/18--16:00: Honda 750 X Motorcycle
  • Honda 750 X MotorcycleHonda 750 X Motorcycle COBIE BOK

    The sexy Honda 750 X motorcycle. The Motorcycle bike has an on road and off road capabilities. The storage compartments are spaces, makes it so comfortable. The Honda 750 X motorcycle sits around corners.


    The Honda 750 X has two storage compartments one just in front of the handle bars and one rear. The motorcycle has automatic Dual Clutch Transmission, and long travel suspenion, under set fuel cell. The honda motorcycle has a Parrelle engine. 750cc, SOHC, 8-valve parallel-twin engine perform in the low-to-mid revs per minut range. 54 Horse power and a 50ft/ib torque, with a level 2 torque controle. From 900 rev per minut to 7500 rpm.

    The Honda 750 X is just made for the free spirts of the road.

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