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1 . I, ",..., t;. f f t I Bringing AfricaSouth Vol.2 No.169 Tuesday Septernber.11 TRE AE STANLEY KATZAO IN a dramatic turn of events yesterday, the second s~n of highranking prison official Major Theodor KJeynhans was charged in the Windhoek magistrate's court with treason or, in the alternative, conspiracy against the Namibia,. government. Christiaan Kleynbans, 23, of House No 2, 'Windhoek Prison Plot, appeared yesterday with Robin Montgomery, ~5, of D-2, Leutweinbof flats. Neither of the two men were granted bail. Their case was postponed until September 17 when they, along with six other young whites, will be tried for a number of serious offences, including theft and illegal possession of arms. Tfie arrests of the eight young men, some German-.and others Afrikaans-speaking, comes in the wake of crack police worle in tracking down a vast quantity of stolen arms and <unmunition, most of which were found at the homes.of the first six accused. The arrests also followed a number of incidents, including massive rums thefts from the police amloury in Windhoek as well a,s from the Luiperdsvallei military base; unknown gunmen opening fire on two Namibian Cabinet Top official's sons involved Ministers, ~feke~unye Pohamba of Home Affatrs and Peter Meushihange of Defence; as well as the phosphorous grenade attack on the offices of The Namibian. The short hearing yesten:hly was presided. over by Magistrate Nick Hendriks and took place in a packed C court, demonstrating the keen public interest in the case. The prose cuter was MM. Gantsho.. Shortiy before the arrival of the two men, Advocate Gerrit Berleer, acting for Christiaan Kleynbans, objected to the.taking of photographs in court as. had happened in the case of the first six. Magistrate Hendriks upheld his request.. Escorted by CII> members, the two accused showed no signs of emotion at all as they entered the do,ck and during their brief appearance in court.. CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 TWO more young men, arrested in connection with the huge arms haul by the Namibian Police, appeared in the Windhoek magistrate's court yesterday. Above: Robin Montgomery and Christiaan Kleynhans pictured arrivhlg at court yesterday. Photograph: John Lieben~rg. TransN amib ties up copper deal FormerSwapo-D man in TRANSNAMIB has concluded its first cross-border agreement. with Zambian Copper Mines for transporting their copper to Namibia. The agreement, which provides. for transporting} 000 lonnes of copper ftom Zambia by road to ' Grootfontein and from there to Walvis Bay from where it will be shipped, is valid until March 31. The agreement is the first to ha ve been signed with an SADCC landlocked country and will hopefully.be renewed as an ongoing agreement. A Swakopmund company, Roadrunners, will also take part in the deal and will share the profits with TransNamib. The first load of copper was being loaded in Zambia yesterday. TansNanlib MD Francois Uys said an agreement' with Air Zimbabwe and Zambia was also bemg finalised. It involves the introduction of regional flights between Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia..Uys disclosed tha! TransN amib' s board had agreed, i~ principle, to change the name of Namibia's national airline from Namib Air to Air Namibia. The board had requested management to draw up a pwposal for the name change and to ensure that the cost did not exceed Rl,5 million. The'management muscalsb try and have the plan ' for the name change ready by November next year. court for. 's4ooting' at President's plane ONE of,several " men accused of firing at the,plane of Namibian Pr,esident, Sam Nujoma, appeared in the Ondangua magistrate's court on Friday. According to NBC news, Immanuel Engombe is said to have shot at the J>resident's plane. with an automatic rifle when President Nujoma was on his way to Nan'iibia Day celebrations.at OngUlumbashe, northern Namibia, on August 26. 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2 n. o YOUR DAlLY GUIDE TO EVENTS WORLD-WIDE LIBERIA, Doe killed in orgy of rebel violence f " ", JOHANNESBURG: A Putco bus was set alight in Moletsane, Soweto, on Monday afternoon, but no one was injured, according to SA Police liaison officer for Soweto Lt Govindsamy Mariemuthoo. No arrests were made and it was not known how the bus was set alight, he added. He confirmed 37 people had died in unrest violence in the township since Friday and 300 people had been treated at Baragwanath Hospital at the weekend.. o hhese, 80 people were treated Jor gunshot wounds. Although he could not say how many of the patienis were unrest victims, I1 Mariemuthoo said the overall figure was about one third higher than nornlal weekend casualties treated at tpe hospital. The situation in the township was tense, but quiet late on M~nday, he added. LUSAKA: Zambian trade unions will seek more pay to offset consumer price increases that followed a recent 50 per cent hike in the cost of fuel, the official Tim~s ofz,ambia reported on Monday. '~As a result Qfthe increase in the price of fuel the prices of all other goods have gone up, so affiliates should disregard all (current) agreements and begin negotiating afresh," said Newstead Zimba, - --secretary-general of-the Zambia Congress of Trade Unions. Zimba tol,d the Times that employers should be flexi,ble enough to avoid workers resorting to strikes which. could paralyse the country's industrial sector. Zambia, which iinported its oil from Kuwait before the invasion of the tiny Gulf state by Iraq a month ago, increased the price of fuel a few days after the crisis broke oilt. I., " RIO DE JANEIR(1., Brazil: The discovery ofa clandestine mass grave. containing more than bodies, including some political opponents of Brazil's former military dictatorship, has stirred many 'painful memories. TIlough no one can be tried for their mvolvement in the case due to an amriesty passed by the former military government, activists are demanding a full investigation.into the case. "The construction ofa state of law and democracy demands the truth... is fully told," said a statement released last Saturday by two human rights groups. "This necessity is even greater in Brazil because the anmesty elii)1inated the possibility that those responsible for torture and assassinations would be held accountable for their actions," the statement added. MOSCOW: The PLO has protested against a visit to Moscow by hardline,israeli minister Ariel Sharon, architect of the 1982 Lebanon invasion and supporter of Jewish settlements in the occ'}pied 'territories. In a letter}o the official Tass news agency, Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) amqlissador Nabil Amr condenmed the visit as "protcative truoughout the world". Pope gives his blessing to contentious church Y AMOUSSOUKRO, Ivory Coast: Pope John Paul IT on Monday ~o'nsectated a massive, multimillion-dollar basilica praised by some as a glorious gift to God and derided by others as a scandalous show of opulence., The blessing of the Basilica of Our Lady of Peace capped the Pope's 1 O~ day tour of four African nations.. The colossal basilica,l'is,ing out of a former cocoa plantation, bears a striking resemblance to St Peter's in Rome with its imposing dome and long arms of marble colunms surrounding a plaza. The architect, Pierre Fakhoury, described the new basilica as the biggest church in Christendom. Vatican officials" however, said they believed St Peter s was larger. Thc hardwood pews were packed with 7000 people. In the plaza outside, tens of thousands of other pilgrilns followed the service on television monitors and loudspeakers. ' Organisers had indicated they expected up to people, but some may have been discouraged by_ the tight security by armed soldiers in and around the city. Authorities have been on guard against anti-government demonstrations by recently legalized opposition parties. B A T M A N A N D R 0 B I N MONROVIA, Liberia: President Samuel Doe was killed after a weekend shoot out with rebel forces, the US government and other sources said Monday. US State Department sources, who asked not to be identified, said US officials regard the reports as reliable and consider them confirmation of Doe's death. The British Broad, casting Corporation, quoting witnesses who came to the Liberian capital from the camp, 'reported that Doc's mutilated body is on display there., Johnson telephoned the BBC to say he had captured Doe in a battle Sunday because Liberia's leader of 10 ye;lrs was trying to flee the country, possibly on a ship of a West African task force sent to end the eight-and-a-half-month-old war., Doe was captured when he emerged from his fortified clifftop mansion under heavy escort to pay an unscheduled visit on the West African task force conmlander, Lieutenant General Arnold Quainoo. Doe had wanted to demand more action from Quainoo 's army of 3000 troops from five West African nations. He met up with Johnson and some, of his meri 'at the task force's head-,, quarters in Monrovia port, and a quarrel erupted. ' GunfIre crackled and grenades exploded as the rebels chased Doe and his entourage from room to room of the headquarters. Finally, they captured Doe shooting him in both ' legs, and carried him off' to their camp. Other rebels stayed at the headquarters to hunt down any Doe aides who had escaped. They slaughtered dozens of them. A total of 64 people died in the fighting. On Monday, Johnson's men continued the hunt, killing an unknown number of people loyal to Doe. People loyal to the president were negotiating with the West African task force for the evacuation by ship of relatives of Doe holed up in his Israelibuilt mansion. Johnson has annou'nced that he would run Liberia until an interim govenmlent would be installed under a peace plan proposed by the Economic Conmlunity of West African States, which sent troops to Monrovia on August 24. Johnson also said he would courtmartial Doe. The BBC quoted witnesses as saying they had watched Johnson interrogating the Liberian leader about.the disappearance of million of dollars of state funds during his 1O-year rule. Doe has boasted that he has survived endless political harassment, including 35 ' or 36 coup attempts. His detractors say most were conjured up as excuses to kill opponents. ' Doe's death will not bring peace prospects for Liberia any closer to reality. The main rebel group from which Johnson broke away, Charles Taylor's National Patriotic Front, announced Monday it would only stop fighting and take part in peace talks after the West African force withdrew. "Their mission has failed, and a prime example is the capture of Doe by the Prince Johnson group right in their headquarters," Tom W oewiyu, whom Taylor calls his defense minister, said in a telephone interview from Burkina Faso. He has been shuttling between eight West African nations, trying to persuade their leaders to get the West African troops to withdraw. ' "They have failed to be a peace force," said Woewiyu. "We are saying to them a small hame is better than a big shaem. Honorably withdraw and let us go back to the tabel, let the real parties negotiate an end to all the misery, rather than imposing your own solution." West African leaders had proposed installing an interim gpvemment to organize fair election!l"aiid Liberian interest groups last,mo11!h named a governmerit. Woewiyu said it would be a "puppet government" to which ~bel forces would not submit.' Johnson told the BBC that he has appealed to the West Africans to quickly install a temporary administration. He repeated assurances that he does not wantto rule Liberia, and would return to the barracks after elections. No change in Gulf tension after the Helsi,nki summit NICOSIA: The United States sought more troops for the Gulf on Monday, clearly signalling to Iraq's Saddam Hussein that the US Soviet summit had not ended the possih,ility of war. Washington asked its Nato allies in Brussels to send more troops to Saudi Arabia and supply ships and planes to help transport US forces to the Gulf. Baghdad's Foreign Minister Tareq Aziz returned from Tehran with no sign that its former Gulf war foe would help it break UN trade sanctions. But Iran and Iraq did agree to resume diplomatic relations. Fear of a new Gulf war, between US-led forces and Iraq's millionstrong army, continued to fuel an unending ej\.odus of refugees from Iraq and occupied Kuwait. Britain and the United States agreed to charter a further Iraqi aircraft to take mainly women and children from Kuwait to BaSl1dad, ready to seek exit visas to leave Iraq. Western men, are not allowed to leave, being kept as shields for potential targets. The trail of misery followed by tens of thousands of Asians fleeing the Gulf crisis became increasingly worn with Jordan and Turkey struggling to cope with new arrivals. More refugee camps were set up in Jordan while Turkey turned to the United Nations and European Community for help to airlift the thousands of displaced Asians stranded along its border with Itaq. Saddam, who has shown no sign of yielding over his invasion and has personally not reacted, to the summit, promised to announce an "initiative" to Third World leaders later on Monday. This offer materialised in a television statement, offering to provide Third World countries with oil "free of charge" if they applied to Baghdad, but they must niake their own shipping arrangements. Iraq's first reaction to the summit - a conmlentary by the official news agency - accused Bush of evil intentions andhatred for the Arab summit. Thousands of Iraqis expressed their anger at Western intervention in the Gulf, protesting outside the US and British embassies and burning effigies of Bush and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, dubbed by Baghdad "an old hag". Gulf newspapers - invariably reflecting their government views - termed Sunday's Helsinki summit between US and Soviet president ~orge Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev a "last warning" to Saddam to get out of Iraq. Gorbachev and Bush declared that Iraqi aggression must not be tolerated and indicated their willingness to consider further action through the United Nations if1.he trade embargo against Baghdad failed. In Tokyo, visiting British Foreign 'Secretary Douglas Hurd said time was running out for Saddam. "The pressure is building all the time. It will need a little time yet to bring about a change of policy in Iraq." ' And he added: "Everyone,including (Saddam) Hussein, knows there is a military option. " Kuwait's exiled information minister Sheikh Jaber Mubarak al-sabah contradicted Gorbachev' s declared reservations at th~ summit of military action.,'there is no doubt military action remains the only decisive and effective factor in forcing Iraq out of Kuwait, " he said.

3 :rhe NAMIBIAN Tuesday Septemb&r ~ '3 President meets US Peace Corps members OTJIWARONGO primary school pupil Rinaani Musutua who suffered a broken eardrum after being slapped by a teacher at school. Rinaani was admitted to the Katutura Hospital this week for an operation. Her mother, Tjiuari Musutua, said, she was awaiting the results of the operation. She said if her daughter did not regain her hearing she was likely to take legal action. FULL team photo! All present and accounted for: Peace Corps volunteers in Namibia with President Sam Nujoma an American Ambassador Genta Hawkins Holmes. A BRAAI with the President marked the second evening of the American Peace Corps volunteers' stay in Namibia. An informal get together on the verandah of State House at sunset gave the young Americans the opportunity to introduce themselves to President Nujoma, Education Minister Nahas Angula, his Deputy Buddy Wentworth, and Minister of Mines and Energy Andimba Toivo ya Toivo. The Peace Corps volunteers, most of whom had served in other developing nations before coming to Namibia, arrived on Sunday to take up teaching positions in schools throughout Namibia. Yesterday they, learned of their individual postings Municipality to up rates THE Windhoek Municipality has given notice that it intends to amend municipal health regulations. The amendment provides for the increase of prescribed tariffs. ' Copies of the proposed regulations are available for inspection during office hours at the office of the City Secretary, Municipal Offices (Room 316A). All objections against the regulatims must be lodged in writing to reach the Tow.n Clerk, JGB Blignaut, before September 21. KA TE BURLING where their main task will be to improve the standard of Namibian pupils' English. - The volunteers st9(>d up in turn to introduce thenselves to the President, saying where they had worked previously and to which part of Namibia they would be going. President Nujoma welcomed the whole Peace Corps team, saying it would be of great help in Namibia's work of reorganising the educational system. He said Minister Angula had inherited a whole range of problems from the fomler educational system and had a massive task ahead to sort them out. After a chat with Peace Corps director Lloyd Pierson and American Anlbassador Genta Hawkins Holmes about the role of the organisation in Namibia, the President posed for a, photograph with the whole group of volunteers. When Pierson asked the President for advice about Peace Corps' work in Namibia, Nujoma replied that Namibia was a young nation, just emerging from a history of colonialism. "Not all the people in Namibia, particularly some members of the white community, will welcome you - but never mind them," he said., "The biggest section of Namibian society will definitely be behind you.", 'Namibia first' - US ambassador JEAN SUTHERLAND NAMIBIA had been chosl!n ahead of many other countries for Peace Corps volunteers because of the,importance attached to the birth of, democracy in the country and the death of colonialism in Africa. Swapo defends Ongulumbashe gift THE KING was the custodian of all communal land and therefore had the right to dispose any part. thereof'in any manner agreeable to the community. This was said by Swapo in a press release reacting to criticism by the Namibia Patriotic Front (NPF) about the fact that the historic site of Ongulumbashe (where the armed struggle started) had been donated to the government of Namibia by King Taapopi. The NPF questioned the right of the King to give away communal land both legally and traditionally, and argued that Ongulumbashe was not his property. At the Namibia Day commemoration at Ongulumbashe on August 26, the King gave the land to the government for preservation and development in honour of fallen heroes and heroines. " On the contrary, however, traditionally the King is custodian of all FROM PAGE 1 Members of their families, including a very stern-faced Major Kleynhans, father of two of the accused, also attended the hearing. Contacted for comment last night,, communal land, " Swapo said, adding that "in the absence of legislation to the contrary traditional leaders still have supreme say over communal land. " Swapo also reacted.to what it callcil "wild, speculative claims that government jobs are Teserved for members ofswapo". Consequently, they said, there was an expressed readiness in opposition circles to travel abroad and campaign agamst this alleged practice. This was an obvi: Major Kleynhans was abrupt and refused to say anything. At the time of going to press, it was ' not possible to get hold of official police spoksperson Commissioner Siggi Eimbeck for comment on ' whether there was any new developments or arrests. ous reference to the recent trip by DT A President Mishake Muyongo to the US and Europe: ' "We dismiss these lies with the contempt they deserve, for one only needs to look at our civil service to realise how ridiculous these allegations ale. Those labouring under these dangerous delusions should, therefore, stop forthwi~, " Swapo also referred to what they called "intemperate demands from opposition quarters ',' for the government to urgently tackle unemployment. "Whilst this is clearly a pressing and vexing problem, it should be noted that it' was also inherited from the old order of which some of those pressing for a solution were part. They should, therefore, not rush the government into clearing their mess, and should realise that we need time, to do things properly. " This 'was said by the American Ambassador to Namibia, Gerita Hawkins Holmes, when she welcomed the first American Peace Corps volunteers to Namibia on Sunday. Holmes, perfom1ing her first official act, met the group of 14 American youngsters at Eros Airport. In a brief address to them, as well as Education Minister Nahas Angula, his deputy Buddy Wentworth and other Education Ministry officials, she said-the Peace Corps had a special relationship with Africa spanning almost 30 years. "Indeed the Peace Corps dream became a reality when they started off in Ghana," Holmes emphasised. She said 30 countries had presently requested the young American ' volunteers, "(but) Namibia was chosenahead... because of the imp ortance attached to the birth of democracy in Namibia and the death of colonialism in Africa' '. Hoimes spelled out that the group was not only here to helpnamibians achieve essential skills, but't o learn. " From what I know of the Peace Corps, these1young men and'women, will not let' you down, but will surpass your -ex~ct ations... they will be part of their communities." Education Minister Angula "sin- ' cerely welcomed" the group on behalf of the government and his Ministry. He said they would be working in areas defmed as " deprived areas as far as education is concerned". Angula continued by jokingly warning the young Americans to prepared themselves for difficult living conditions, but assured them they would be warmly welcomed by the population. On a more serious n:ote, the EducationMinister said they faced "ahuge task" in their education mission. The volunteers, who have ranged in age from 19 to 86, are not paid a salary and receive housing and a sman subsistence allowance from the host government. President John F Kennedy started the Peace Corps in Since then about volunteers have served in Africa. Members of the group in Namibia are: Ted Plosser from California; Jerry Koontz, Arizona; Elise Henson, Colorado; Janet Sawaya, Washington; Deborah Hemenway, Massachussetts; David Edwards; Georgia; Brian Anderson, Wisconsin; Nancy Coviello, New Jersey; Edwin Coleman, New Jersey; Julie Graham, Illinois; Mark Carr, Pennsylvania; Jaime de Lange, Mione.sota; Kevin Clarke, Massachussetts; and, Mary Ann White, Michigan. )

4 4 Tuesday-September THE NAMIBIAN 17hS8: Programme Schedule 18hOO: News 18hOS: Children's Dible 18h09: Wlelle Walle 18h19: Kids Incorporated An innovative series incorporating 'music, dance, a unique blend of light drama and comedy, stars a selection of exceptionally gifted young performers - none older than IS years. The lighthearted storyline revolves around the formation of a youthful rock 'n roll band, highlighting original, music as well as hit songs originally performed by such musical greats as Michael ' Jackson, Culture Club and Bruce Springsteen. Episode 2 is called... "Pilot - Part II" : Fast Norman and his Girlfriends : Around tile World in 80 Days (New) J<'ollows: Bailey's Bird A delightful new adaptation of Jules VeOle's classic tale about 19th century aristocrat Phileas Fogg's attempt to win a bet that he can cricle the globe in 80 days. It's an exciting adventure, filled with exotic sights, comedy, action, novel forms of transportation and a compelling love story. Starring Pierce Brosnan as Phileas Fogg, Eric Idle as Jean Passepartout, Peter Ustinov as Detective Fix, and Julia Nickson as -Princess Aouda : Who's the Doss'! A family comedy show. "Tony docs Golf' Episode 23: Mona pressures Tony to, set,up a business me'eting for Angela with his big-shot golf partner, never Gra S realising that it could spoil Tony's new friendship. Starring Tony Danza as Tony, Judith Light as Angela, Katerine Helmond as Mona, Alyssa Milano as Sam, Danny Pintauro as Jonathan. 20h07: Island Son An unusual medical series. Episode 10 is called... "Hlhla" Starring Richard Chamberlain as Dr Kulani, William McNamara, Clyde Ka~atsu, Brynn Thayer, Timothy Carhart, Carol Huston. 21hOO: News 21h30: Falcon Crest (New) Follows: Thirtysomething "The Price of Freedom" Episode 1: Life at, Falcon Crest gets unsavoury as Richard Channing goes to prison for fraud and tax evasion, three marriages of the Channing clan teeter on the rocks 'and Angela, ruler of the rich vineyards, takes the easy way out on a planned trip to Greece. Starring Jane Wyman, David Selby, Margaret Ladd, Lorenzo Lamas, Rod Taylor and Kristian Alfonso. 22h18: Animal Traffic Documentary series offive films which teltsome of the stories of illegal trade in live animals and in animal products. "Taken from the wlid" Episode 4: This mm follows the smugglers and dealers who trade in one of the most valuable' of the rare birds- the Black Palm Cockatoo. Hunted and sold for a few dollars in the remote Aru islands ofindonesia, they are smuggled to dealers in Singapore who eventually fetch a price of up to $10000 when they reach Europe or North America. THE Teachers Union of Namibia (TUN) recently held discussions with the Public Service Commission about matters concerning education in Namibia. The union, formed in May this year, intends having further discussions with the Minister of Education, Nahas Angola, in the near future. The union was formed after the dissolution of the previous teachers' associations, such as the NAMOV, the NAPOV, and others, during the first half of this year. * Pictured above is the national executive committee; front from left: Professor P J Nel (deputy president), N M Titus (president) and WM Oosthuizen{secretary-general). Back: Messrs I S Nambahu and B B Mungunda. J S Kohima was absent when the photograph was taken..ng fer J.w/~... OUR OR ""' NTING Swapo stalwart dies free with -nded in HOURLA-S THE Swapo Youth League yesterday announced the death of one of its members, Pandeni David Shikomba, who died on September 3 after a long illness. A press release by the Youth League said Shikomba died at the Katutura Hospital from cancer. He joined Swapo in the 1970s while studying at the Ongwediva Training Centre and was expelled from school a while later because of his involvement in politics. In 1973, Shikomba was arrested in Windhoek and was sentenced to six years' imprisonment,at Robben Island on charges under the Sabotage Act. Upon being released in 1980, Shikomba went into exile where he became an active memb~r in the Youth League and Swapo's military wing, Plan. He was elected to the I Swapo Youth League Central Committee in 1983 as well as being appointed Youth League representative for Central Africa, based in Lusaka. Since his return to Namibia last year, Shikomba was based at the Swapo headquarters in Windhoek until his untimely death last week. His funeral will take place on September 15 at Ongwediva in Ovainbo, The late Shikomba is survived by his wife and a daughter. roo--- TODAY'S WEATHER ----, THE Weather BUreau's forecast for Namibia for today: * Fine and hot becoming somewhat cooler tomorrow in the south. Coast partly cloudy and cool with fog patches. Wind moderate south-westerly to north-westerly.

5 Ttiesday Septe ri1ber , Across-board SA talks for Hennan Cohen PRETORIA: South African President FW de Klerk's visit to the US later this month and developments in South Africa are expected to be high on the agenda when US Assistant Secretary of State for African Af- ' fairs, Herman Cohen, meets SA Foreign Minister Pik Botha today. A US consulate spokesperson said yesterday Cohen, who will lead,a US delegation at the Joint Commission on Namibia in Windhoek on thursday and Friday. was passing through South Africa. Cohen will also meet "individuals inside and outside the (SA) government spec trum ", the consulate sopkesperson said in Pretoria. According to a government official, Cohen - who arrived in South Africa on Sunday - will be meeting Dr. Gerrit Viljoen, Minister of Constitutional Development, and Justice Minister Kobie Coetsee. It is also expected Cohen will see De Klerk. who is to meet US President George Bush in Washington on September Sapa Cuban doctors FOURTEEN Cuban medical specialists are due'to arrive in Namibia this week to work in the country's health services. Cuha's Ambassador to Namibia, Angel Dalmau, said the doctors included surgeons, ortbopaedists, Ilcurosurgeons, urologists, obstetriciansand gynaecologists. He said they would work in various areas of the country. WAYNE Hammond has been designated as Canada's first High Commissioner to Namibia. He is due to anive in Windhoek on September 24. Prior to his postirig to Namibia, Hammond served as director of the Africa and Middle East Progranmles Division in Ottawa. Sincc Namibia's independence in March, 33 foreign diplomatic missions have been established in the country. - Sapa Namibian businesses active in conservation of rhinos THE efficient,monitoring of rhino and constant patrolling were essential parts of the Save the Rhino Trust's (SRT) work in Damaraland, the SRT said in a statement yesterday. "This would be impossible without reliable vehicles and radio communications, " they added. The SRT said recently Electro Com in Windhoek had donated a radio worth R8 000 for use in the area. "Electro-Com has also undertaken to fit and repair all mdio-communications equipment used by the SRT at no charge." The SRT said Voortrekker Motors at Otjiwarongo had gmnted a huge discount on a rebuilt Land Rover, which enabled the trust to mobilise a team in the southern area of Damaraland where lack of mobility had caused concern in the past. "Assistance from local business concerns, private individuals and schools in Namibia has formed the backbone of funding for the SRT's rhino monitoring work in Dainaraland," the SRT said. The trust's field director, Blythe Loutit, expressed gmtitu~ for the help, both financial and in the form of much-needed equipment. She said as a result of this aid the SR T had been able to maintain a strong presence in the area. "Poaching has dropped.considerably and the black rhino of Damaraland are individually sighted at regular intervals and are doing well," the SRT said. Ideas wanted on,16 giraffe relocated legal profession IDEAS and opinions from members of the public have been invited by the Legal Commission on Fusion of the Legal Profession about the future of Namibia's legal profession. Th~ commission was established to look into ways of fusing the two sections of the legal profession in Namibia and to make appropriate recommendations on the matter to the Minister of Justice. The present legal profession in THE two young South African tourists, brothers Shaun and Victor Beech, pictured last week shortly ' after they decided to withdraw a claim against the government for alleged assaults and detention at the. hands of former border guards. The brothers praised Namibian Prime Minister " age Geingob for his prompt decision to withdraw the border guards, made up of former Plan and SWA TF members. Photograph: Jean Sutherland '; VACANCY. An international organisation, requires a Namibian Local Programme Officer for performing activities related to the organisation's pro,gramme in Namibia. Detailed job,description available on request.. Applicant must be fluent in English and should hold an advanced degree in either economics, social science, public or business administration. The candiate should have indepth knowledge of the socio-economic and.. other charateristics of Namibia. Relevant demonstrated prfoessional experience highly desired. Applications including detailed Curriculum Vitae should, be mailed to Pri vate Bag 13329, WINDHOEK, not later than 20 September Namibia Namibia is split into two branches and is characterised by a division between attorneys and advocates.,the attorneys are professional lawyers who only have audience with the magistrate's court. They are also responsible fo r taking instructions directly from prospective or potential clients. Attorneys are compulsory members of a statutory body called the Law Society. Advocates are equally professional lawyers who have audience in all the courts of the land, but they are not allowed to take instructions directly from the man on the street. Advocates can only be instructed or br.iefed by attorneys and are usus ally members of a statutory non-professional body called the Society of Advocates. It is against this background the commission is inviting written comment from the public, to be sent to:, The Chainnan. The Legal Commission on Fusion of the Legal Profession, Private Bag 13248, Justitia Building, 3rd Floor; room number 329, Wind ~ hoek. Fax (061 ) , tel. (061 ) Full membership of the commission is as follows: * Advocate K S Akwaake - Deputy Pennanent Secretary for the Ministry of Justice; Advocate J D G Maritz - nominee of the Bar Council; A Theunissen - nominee ofthe Law Society; J P Karuaihe - nominee of Ad Hoc Committee regarding the Legal Profession, Advocate Bience Gawanas - returnees lawyerllegal Assistance Centre. This outsianding opportunity for a senior Namibian citizen offers training for a de, ve!t)ping <;areer with a professional international itiarketing group of companies, Candidates, years old. must be ambitious. strongly commercially oriented and diplomatically able to make strategic decisions for company development: Academic,Il'hievement and commercial experience will SIXTEEN giraffe have been released in the Huab and Ugab river catchment areas in Damaraland. "This is the second phase of the relocation programme canied out by the Game Capture Unit of the Ministry of Wildlife, Conservation and Tourism," the Ministry said in a statement. T he 16 giraffe have been in quarantine for the last six weeks in the O(jovasandu area of the Ij:tosha National Park. The Ministry said the giraffe were the first specially protected game to be released past the Veterinary Red Line onto State land. Two weeks ago, 10 giraffe were released north of the Veterinary Red Line in Kaokoland. All the. giraffe were captured in the west of the Etosha National Park. " The relocation programme ' was carried out as a result of the positive 'response of the occupants of State lands to the project," the Ministry said. "A feasibility study showed that the areas in question could provide suitable habitat for the giraffe. The wen-being of the r elocated giraffe will continue to be monitored by field staff. " COmpiUlJl car be taken into account when selechng the short. list. ' PLEASE REPLY IN WRlTJNGTO MR MICHAEL LANE POBOX S550, JOH;VVNESBURG 2000 QUOTING REF t,

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7 ", ' II 1~1~~MIi:sij(N, Tuesday September Immunisation drive boost Above: UPA chairperson Cyril Ginsburg (right) presents a R5 000 cheque to Koos Uys, liaison manager of the Foundation for the Advancement and Support of Education of Namibia (Fase). See story below. 'Plough some profit back,into Namibia's progress' COMPANlES which fed Namibia has a bright future should be prepared to provide funds for education and housing in order to help build the necessary infrastructure in the country. "This was the standpoint of Cyril Ginsburg of the United, Pension Administrators (UP A) of Namibia last week when he handed over a R5 000 cheque to the Academy for its fundraising institution, Fase. He said education was an area 10 which all businesses should concentrate their efforts so that Namibians could be equipped with the necessary skills and expertise. This was the way for businesses to plough their profits back into the country, Ginsburg said. He continued that his finn had been supporting education through the Academy since "We follow the Academy's education process and we have seen a number of qualified students from the Academy who are now perfonning well in the fie~d." WOMEN of Namibia invite all women to attend their next general meeting at the ROssing Foundation Education C entre, Rand Street, Khomasdal, on Safurday, September 15 at 15hOO. The guest speaker will be Dr Bjorn von Finkemtein who will address the women, on the subject of Aids. Von Fink enstein has been involved in Aids Week. DEATH from, killer diseases is a constant threat to Namibia's chi 1- dien.,but immunisation is saving more and more youngsters from the dangers of measles, tuberculosis, polio, ymooping cough, tetanus and diptheria. However, visiting the clinic for one immunisation is not enough. Children must be fully immunised. that is, they must receive. the complete schedule of vaccinations. If your child is not yet fully immunised or has not yet begun its immunisation schedule, go to 'your nearest clinic a,t ANY time. Special immunisation sessions will be taking place at the following centres throughout Septem~, ber: Katutura OShOO Singles Quarters OShOO Freedom Square (bus stop) OShOO Greys Block (open space) : OShOO-13hOO Wanaheda (Oshakati service station) 14hOO Wanaheda (Elago store) OShOO: Hakahana old clinic OShOO Lulfolliy Hill (Pamotsi Club) OShOO GOlgota OShOO Club Thriller 08hOO Hakahana hOO-13hOO Herero Location OShOO Singles Quarters OS& Dorlam (Red Cross House) 14hOO Soweto OShOO-13hOO Wanaheda (Elago Supermarket) 14hOO Dorlam (Red Cross House) 08hOO-13hOO Soweto (Municipal Building) OShOO-13hOO Katutura Clinic Khomasdal h Prestige Properties shopping centre, IS h Uitbreiding 10 Flats h30-16h30 (Heideweg) Ella du Plessis h , Bonteheuwel (Luxury Hill) h30-16h30 Eldorado Street (Van Zyl House) h Spokiesdorp (Begraafplaas) Rehoboth hOO-16hOO Block E Lutheran Church OShOO-16h30 Baby Clinic OShOO-13hOO Block E MK Gertze School hOO-16hOO Block B Soccer Field hOO-16hOO. Block E Herman Schroer School hOO-16h30 Baby Clinic hOO-13hOO Block E Lutheran Church, 13hOO Block E Timosashop 2nd week: 29 Oct - 3 Nov 3rd week: 26 Nov - 30 Nov r J o! ATTENTION ALL OUR ADVERTISERS! TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT MAKE SURE THAT YOUR,ADVERTISE- MENT REACH US -, PRIOR lothe DATE OF PUBLICA TION PUBLIC AUCTION Duly authorised thereto in various Insolvent and Deceased Estates we offer for sale by Public Auction the items and property listed below: on FRIDAY 14th SEPTEMBER 1990 AT 09hOO AT ERF 1008 KHOMASDAL ERF 1008 KHOMASDAL with partially completed dwelung house there SOLD " VOETSTOOTS" VlEWING ON MORNING OF SALE ONLY. SATURDAY 15th SEPTEMBER 1990 at 10hOO AT ERF 130 VEDDERSDAL OKAHANDJA HOUSEHOLD GOODS: Fridge, Coffee table, TV Set, Desks, Room divider, Ornaments etc ALL ITEMS SOLD "VOETSTOOTS". VIWEING ON MORNING OF SALE ONLY. FIXED PROPERTYj VEDDERSDAL ERVEN: ERF 85 VEDDERSDAL OKAHANDJA, undeveloped Erf ERF 130 VEDDERSDALOKAHANDJA. with dwelling house thereon,erf lsi VEDDERSDALOKAHANDJA, with dwelling house thereon ERF 127 VEDDERSDAL OKAHANDJA, ' undeveloped Erf ERF 128 VEDDERSDAL OKAHANDJA, undeveloped Erf ERF 129 VEDDERSDALOKAHANDJA, undevelopederf ERF 35 VEDDERSDAL OKAHANDJA, undeveloped Erf ERF 41 VEDDERSDAL OKAHANDJA; undeveloped Erf CONSOLIl)ATED ERVEN 38, 39 AND 40 VEDDERSDAL OKAHANDJA, with dwelling house tfi~reon. FIXED PROPERTYj NAU-AIB ERF: Err 153 Nau-Aib,Okahandja, ' undeveloped Erf. FIXED PROPERTYj,OKAHANDJA ERVEN: ERF 622 OKAHANDJA, undevelopederf ALL ABOVE ITEMS SOLD "VOETSTOOTS". - VIEWING ON MORNING OF SALE ONLY. TERMS & CONDITIONS MOVABLES: Cash pr bank guarnteed cheqes FIXED PROPERTY: 10% cash and the balance of the purchase price\ up()rt transfer s~lbject to our Standard Conditionsof Sale or such other arrangements as may be arranged by the Auctioneer. AUCTIONEER J. ESTERHUIZEN -4 Hamman Street (po Box 16&2), I Klein Windhoek Tel: (061) j"ax:,(061) TRUSTEE/EXECU TOR. I.R McLAREN Investment Trust Co (Pty) Ltd PO Box Windhoek Tel: (061) Fax': (061)

8 8 Tuesday September THE 'NAMIBIAN. I Gateway to the OKavango Paradise. - '......,., WEDNESDAYS Dt'p,ln, \tv I N:[)HOF K 0645 Arrivp,, ,.,~ SUNDAYS [)pp.h!i,. WINDHOEK 1220 Arriv('s OPJl.H!' DppJrts MALJN 1610 MAUN 1000 ", A rr i \ I." 1 HOO Arriv('1, ~1 T A K f A B R t A K - H 01I 0 A Y ~ ARt fun ".1 N IH E ~ UN: ,,, r. Contact N.amibia Air, A.ir -Botswana, or your Travel Agent for further details., Air.na." Going You, Way t.. "

9 -- - ~ ~ THE NAMIBIAN '" I Tuesday S"eptember MAN IN THE NEWS Doe is used to living dangerously MONROVIA: Liberian President Samuel Doe. who was reported on Sunday'to have been wounded and captured by rebels, blasted his way to power in an April 1980 military coup and has lived dangerously ever since. Then a 28-year-old semi-literate army master sergeant, Doe became one of the world's youngest heads of state when he and a small band of non-commissioned officers gunned down milhonaire President William Tolbert in the execu'tive mansion. Ten year~ later Doe himself was barricaded into the same mansion with crack troops, fighting for his life against rebels forces who want to topple him. ' Liberia, founded by freed American slaves in 1847, has lurched from. one coup or assassination plot to another since Doe seized power. ill the past five years there have been three uprisings against Doe in noltheastern Nimba County, where Doc ldndled tribal hatred in 1985 with the brutal suppression of a coup attempt led by popular forn1er army chief Thomas Quiwonkpa, a native of the region. 111at hatred resurfaced in December 1989, when about 100 rebels invaded Nimba, killing government officials, members of Doe's Krahn tribe and mandingos, a tribe of traders. Doe's am1y responded by burning villages and killing scores of suspected rebel sympathisers, according to refugees who fled the fighting to neighbouring Ivory Coast. The rebel invasion gathered force. 'in 1985 elections which he won with By September 1990 Nimba and most just over 50 per cent of the vote. of Liberia was under the control of Some critics claimed the ballot was the rebels, led by dissiqent business, rigged. person Charles Taylor. Many Liberians remained sceptical about the degree of change his According to reports, Doe was wounded and captured by a rival presidency heralded. He did not relinquish his rank of five-star general rebel group led by Prince Yormie Johnson. or his post as commander-in-chief of In the past few months, the rebels the armed forces. had battled their way to the capital' Samuel Kanyon Doe, married with Monrovia, coming within 200 metres, six children, was born in the provincial town of Tuzon on May 6, 1952, of Doe's fortress-like mansion. Thousands of civilians are estimated to have been killed on both His education was rudimentary and according to his official biography. sides, and a tenth of the 2,3 million in the early years of his presidency he population has fled the country. struggled to improve his command Doe, ~ho ended more than a century of economic and political domi Following in his father's footsteps, of English. nation by descendants of freed he enlisted in the army at the age of American slaves,has ruled this small 17. He had served for 11 years when West African state during a period of he staged his coup with 16 other economic declifle. soldiers billeted in the,notorious Living conditions deteriorated, the. squalor of Monrovia's Barclay Training Centre. monetary system came to the brink of collapse and relations with mainstay ally the United States became ria's then 6 OOO-strong army had Poor pay and conditions for Libe increasingly frosty. been mlrjor factors in Tolbert's demise. The World Bank abandoned its One of Doe's first acts was to double fmancial recovery progranlide in mininlum pay for the forces and much Liberia and closed its office in of the 1981 aid from the United States Doe, less lean as president than went to modernising barracks. when he can1e to power, changed' His coup sparked fears of a fullscale pogrom irrtd thousands. of from combat fatigues to expensive three-piece suits and abandoned his Americo-Liberians fled, mostly to Afro hairstyle for a more sober cut in the US, taking with them one-sixth the mid-1980s. But he preserved a of the country's bank deposits. Doe common touch, saying on one occasion: "Let me tell you my people, trial and, iggoring international ap brought 13 Tolbert aides to summary government is danmed broke." peals for clemency, had them shot He restored nominal civilian rule before a jeering crowd on a beach. AT PAYNESVILLE, Liberian refugees flee the fighting around the capital, Monrovia, where President Samuel Doe has allegedly been wounded and taken captive after a drawn-out battle with two rebel. forces. The fighting has already killed thousands of people, and. one-tenth of the country's 2,3 million inhabitants has fled. Photograph: Agence France-Presse. TAK'E ADVANTAGE OF THE M.JDAS SPRING CLEANING OFFER Quality Parts Professional Service 9/5/9

10 "1-0" 1uesday September THE ' NAMI81~'N,. TRANSNAMIB gaan poog om die naamsverandering van Namib Air na Air Namibia langsamerhand te doen sodat dit eers aan staande jaar op 1 November ten volle geimplementeer is. S6 lui 'n verklaring van die semi-staatinstelling - voorheen die Suid-Afrikaanse Spoorwee - wat gister tydens 'n mediakonferensie in Windhoek uitgereik is. I Die verklaring het die wenkbroue laat Jig omdat TransNamib in die verlede taum, lik foe bedryf is en geen besluite deurgegee is nie. Die nuwe tendens is gister geprys omdat dit iri ~ die spore volg van die Kabinet, \,;'at weekliks besluite aan die publiek deur middel van perskonferensies bekendmaak. Die verkiarings volg ook op wye bespiegelioge oor die toekoms ' van die besturende direkteur, Francois Uys, by die instansie nadat die Regering 'n nuwe mad van direkteure aangestel het. Die Kabinet het op aanbeveling van die Ministerie van Werke, Vervoer en Kommunikasie besluit om ses lede van die ou raad te vervang, terwyl drie gesoute administrateurs - Jan Greebe (voorsitter), Poll a Brand en Coen Brand - behou is. Nuwe wysigings op die Instellingswet van TransNamib is - ook op pad en daaroor heers daar heelwat ontevredenheid by Uys, vol gens bronne in die binnekringe. In een van die verklarings se Uys dat die raad van TransNamib op 'n vergadcring op 28 AugustllS vanjaar kennis geneem het van die Nasionale Vergadering (NV) en Regering se versoeke dat die omstrede naam Namib Air verander word na Air Namibia. TransNamib behoort ten volle 'Skoolhoof loop as oorwinnaar rond' IN WAT maklik beskou kan word as prostitllsie van die gereg het die skoolhoof van die Senior Sekondere Skool SI Gobbs op Omaruru, 'n mnr. Van Wyk, verlede week onder vreemde oms tandighede net 'n skulderkenning van R50 nodig gehad om hom self van 'n moont-. like kriminele rekord te vrywaar. Dit volg nadat hy 'n 16-jarige vrou in die teenwoordigheid van een van sy kollegas met die vuiste bygedam het omdat sy vermoedelik ' die onde~wyseres as 'n leuenaar ge'impliseer het, STANLEY KA TZAO om sodoende nie hoftoe te gaan nie -'n gelt;entheid wat Van Wyk met albci handeaangegryp het. In die haas om die skulderkenning te betalll het hujle egter nagelaat om die klaer te kontak en haar die implikasies van die skulderkenning, wat Van Wyk betaal het, te verduidelik. By navraag het die distrikskomrriissaris van die polisie op Otjiwarongo, hoofinspekteur WL Viljoen, verduidelik dat die graad van aanranding gewoonlik bepaal of die beskuldigdes wei aan die Regering met 100 persent Die jong Yrou het ontsnap en onmidaandele en daar heers 'n gevoel dellik na die polisiekantoor gegaan waar sy 'n klag van aanranding teen die c.l1t'die Regering sy-inspraak daarin skoolhoof aanhangig gem~ak het. geregtig is op 'n skulderkenning, al dan ' moet he. Volgens 'n bron uit Usakos, wat nou nie. "Die raadhet geen beswaarnie betrokke is by die aangeleentheid, was In die vrou se geval, het hy gese, was en het in beginsel ooreengekom die twee veroriderstel om in die '\ dit gewone aanranding, waarvoor om die naamsverandering te aan- daaropvolgende weke voor die hof te iemand wei 'n skulderkenning mag vaar. " Vol gens die verklaring verskyn, " maar die saak het nooit die ' betaai. beskou die TransNamib-raad die hof gesien nie". Hy het wellater verneem dat die vrou tydsberekening om die. besluit te Die bron het vertel dat diestasiebev- gekla het oor 'n pyn in haar ore, "maar implementeer as krities "om van elvoerder op Umaruru, adjudant Ben- ',' dit was agterna". ~, dieoefening 'n sukses te maak, nie Malan, die skoolhoof.aangeraai het Die vrou is nou geregtig op 'n baie,veral as die koste-effek sowel as om 'nskulderkenningvanr50tebetaal groot siviele eis teen die skoolhoof, waar sy vir haarpyn en vernedering kan eis, omdat hy reeds skuld erken het. ' "Hy's nou vas. Sy kan net 'n siviele eis indien." het hy gese, en later bygevoeg: "Hy sal nooit weer sy hand lig na die eis nie." Die feit dat adjudant Malan heelwaarskynlik opsetlik versuim het om die vrou in te lig dat sy 'n siviele eis teen, Van Wyk aanhangig kan maak" wys duidelik daarop dat hulle voordeel uit die onkunde van die aanklaer op die gebied woli trek. Hoofinspekteur Viljoen het dit beklemtoon toe hy genoem hetdat swartmense dikwels nie bewus is van "dinge soos siviele eise" nie. Intussen loop Van Wyk soos ' n oorwinnaar 9P die skoolgronde rond en hy het blykbaar nie eens die moeite gedoen om die vrou te kontak en haar om verskoning te vra of irnmers die aangeleentheid te bespreek nie. 'n Verklaring van die Narnibie Nasionale Onderwysersvereninging (Nantu) se tak op Omaruru lui dat Van Wyk se optrede nie bevorderlik is vir nasionale versoening nie. die beskikbaarbeid'van mannekrag ' " , om die veranderinge denrte voer, in ag gcnecm word". Om die probleme in 'n mate te omseil, is Uys se bestuurdeurdie raad versoek om by die'november-vergadering 'n gedetaileerde plan voor te Ie vir die implementering van die naamsverandering. Die bestuur sal moet kyk na die wetlike -, bemarkings-, teken-, druk-, personeel-uniform-, en toerustingaspekte wat betrokke sal wees. V oorts m oet die voorstelle wat Uys moet voorle nie duurder as Rt,5 miljoen kos nie, en die bedrag moet uit die 1990/91-begroting van die lugdiens bestee word. Die TransNamib-raad het toe besluit om later 'n finale besluit oor die finansiering en implementering te neem nadat alle tersaaklike aangeleenthede bekyk en oorweeg is. * Die nuwe raad, wat verlede week aangewys is, gaan van 1 Oktober die leisels by TransN amib oomeem en die huidige naamsverandering hanteer. vm NUUSWENKE KONTAK PIUS DUNAISKI BY TEL Pensioen-dispuut duur 'voort PRESIESE berekenings oor die hoeveelheid peosioen.geld wat TransNamib nog aanindividuele werknemers skuld nadat sommige dit verlede jaar in 'private annuiteite omskep het, sal binnekort beskikbaar wees, se Francois Uys, besturende direkteur van TransNamib, in 'n verklaring wat gister uitgereik is. ' Dit volg nadat 'n dispuuttussen die bestuur en werknemers van die ins telling in die verlede tot uitbarstings gelei bet wat boikotte veroorsaak het. Die jongste drama het op 5 September voorgekom toe 'n groep werknemers besluit het om tot 'n staking oor te gaan omdat hulle ontevrede is met die standpunte van die bestuur oor die pensioene nie. Die pensioene-psigose is verlede jaar deur die laaste Suid Afrikaanse Administrateur-generaaI, Louis Pienaar, laat ontstaan en duisende staats- en semistaatsamptenare het hul geldjies probeer beveilig teen bangmaakstories oor die Swapo-regering. In die verldaring se Uys dat die bestuur en 'n sekere groep van die lede van die Pensioenfonds samesprekingsgehou het oor "sekere aspekte" oor die finalisering van die oordrag van pensioen-voordele van die Pensioenfonds van die Nasionale Vervoerlcommissie na private uittredingsannu'iteite in November verlede jaar. Die orige geld _is die gevolg omdat die oordrag van pensioengeld verlede jaar op konserwatiewe berekeninge geskoei was toe lede hul pensioene gepriva-. tiseer het. Die werklike waarde van pensioene is nou vasgestel en moet uitbetaal word. Volgens Uys wil sommige van die lede wat verkies het om hul pensioene in annuiteite teomskep, 'n opsie he om die voordele in kontant uitbetaal te kry of hul orige bedrag wat,nog in die Pensioenfonds is. Ander opsies wat gevra word om die orige geld deur bekragtiging by hul uittredingsannueiteite te voeg, of om bykomende pensioen-diens in die TransNamibfonds met die orige geld uit te koop. V olgens die verlclaring gaan die samesprekings voort en sal binnekort gedoen kan -word met gedetaileerde berekeninge van individuele voordele van die bykomende bedrae geld, wat van die aktuaris bekom sal word. Invitation - Video Evening -12th September 1990 DIE VERLO~ENE EHRE DER KATHARINA BLUM (~einrich Boll) Place: Bismarck Street 36 Time:,' 8.00 pm " (Silver collection) NAMIBIAN GERMAN FOUNDATION. FOR,- CO-OPE~ATION. Followed by: Maria Stuart:- 19th Spetember 1990 Deutschs~unde - 26th September 1990 LEDE van die Britse Miiitere Opleidingskomponent wat betrokke is by die opleiding van Namibie se nuwe verdedigingsmag, is bier besig om die laaste meters van hul welwillendheidslandloop uit Okahandja af te Ie. Gister het 'n Namibiese gestremde hulle op die laaste kilometer vergesel.

11 ' ~------: THE NAMIB1liN.. Tuesday September 11 1' j OSHIPONGA oshinene shomulilo osha adha oshitopolwa oshinene shomaulithilo rnuuninginino wuukwaluudhi niinuma oshowo iinamwenyo iikwawo oya thigwapomutenyalela; A~, '.~ I. OMUPRESIDENDE worepubiika yanamibia omushamane Sam Nujoma okwa alukila konamibia koniina yetalelepo lokubotswana lomafiku a ~: EKONAKONE> ndjolal Ii na sha noshinima oshitilithi shokuumba mo kwaii Q4hi1a~OmupresiQende eti popepl' noshakati, oshi li tashi eta iinima oyindji puuyelele yi Th'l'sha niilong~.yomuyonena mbyoka tayi kep1badhalwa yi ningilwe Epangelo koongundu dhoka inadhi hala Epangelo lya Namibia mewiliko lyo SW APO. Sigo oompaka,.apolisi mboka ye {' na>8ha' nekonaakono lyoshinima shika ashihe itaya vulu okugandja omauye- lele gawo giihwapo kiifokundaij.eki, oshi Ii ngeyi kutya.9ye. nll uuyelele wiihwapo kombinga,yompangela ndjoka y ~ J i ya ningwa yokuyaha mo oclliila y0nmpresidende eti KomuJala gwopolisi Omu sa mane James Tjivikua, kepulo, okwa Ii a lombwe.ie oshifo shika kqtya yo oye na uuyeleie-ow-indji moshinima shonkembadhala' yeyahemo lyodhila yomupresidende. Okwa ti kutya, kakele kaashoka, oye na uuyelele wiihwapo kutya mokalukanda ka Amunghambya namo omu na oshiponga oshinene.. Omukuhmtu gwopoiisi ota hokolola k-utya oye.na uuyelele wiihwapo kutya mu Amunghambya omu na omukulukadhi, gwedhina itaii vulu okutumbulwa manga, ngoka oye ta kwathele aakolokoshi mbaka. Oye a kwathela iiwike mbyoka ya zi ko mokututa mo oondjembo dhoka dha, :.-. I. kala dha fumbikwa -mu Amunghambyanoku ke dhi fumbikamomudhingoloko gwa Kalongo. Omukuluntu-gwOpolisi kali a hila okukomenda kutya omukulukadhi nguka oye mu,kwat,a ne~ge inaye mu kwata natango. Oshowo kutya ngele oondjembo oye dhi fumbula mo nale moka dha fumbikilwe nenge inaye dhi fumbula monatango. '.. Omusantapc Tjivikua ota--ti.kutya moshilongo.omu na iilonga. yuudhudhu.'oyindji ta yi longwa na oonakuyilonga inaya ka yemat.a uuna Opolisi tayi ka kenyanana ndele tayi kutha ko 00ngaku mokukatuka oonkatu dhayo ngaashi shi na okukala. Omusamane Tjiyikua okwa Ii wo a gandja okuuvanayi kwe kombinga yomainyengo ngoka ge Ii pokati koongamba dha Angola na Namibia. Osboka napo ota pa vuiu okupitila: unima oyindji kayi na sha nuuwanawa woshilongo shetu. _ Oshinima shoku ka ka omiti ku Angola kaanamibia o.shi Ii shaa shi oshiwanawa pethimbo ndika lyaapiyaganeki taya iyakele moshilongo nelalakano lyokuumba ko EpangeIo koshipundi, oshoka otashi piyaganeke iilonga yetanga lyegameno mokutonatela oongamba nawa lela. Omukuluntu gwopolisi okwa tseyitha wo kutya oya mona uuyelele wiihwapo kutya, iihauto mbyoka hayi yakwa mo Namibia oyi Ii,Yapun-, "gulwa,notayi longithwa I!!u Angola.: Okwa ti Opolisi otayi lea longa ngaashi. tayi vulu, nonando oshidhigu, opd lcuningwe oonkundathana nepangelo lya Angola ku ~embadhalwe oshinima sbika shi ngambekwe, nange otashi., vulika, iihauto mbika yi galuke. 'Omasiku ngaka okwa Ii wo kwa, ~wakutyllnoshiha~o shoopata yopomissioni - ya Anamulenge _ mombalantu shoka sha yakelwe po, osha monika mu Angola. Oombotsotso. odhi Ii 'po dhaa mi ko nasqa dho itadhi til~ sha we, osboka pahokololo Iimw~ lyaadha Oshifo sbika moshakati otali ti kutya mokati. kiihauto mbyo~ ya-ii ya kwatwa kopolisi noya Ii ya thikamekwa molugu\uqo JwOpolisi moshakati. omwa yat<wa iihauto 3 na sigo okeluwa ndika kayi shiwike kutya oyi Ii peni. Oshigwima natango otashi indj.lwa shi kale sha lungama nokutala rulwa osbowo okukoneka omainyengo kage Iinawa. OpoIisi oyi na uudhigu kombinga yoshitopolwa shompangu. Oshoka aantu mboka haya kwatwa kopoiisi ya talika ko ye na iipotha iinene, nge ya yi kompangu ya Mangestrata ohaya ka ethiwa yi ifutilemoyiimbeele mo. Oshinima shatya ngehi osbo ha shi eta opo oshigwana shi kale tashi gandja omausama kopoiisi nokepangelo. Ehuliloshiwike mumbangalantu wanamibia"' PONGWEDlV A'pongeleka ya ELCIN opwa Ii pw a ningwa oshigongi oshinene shaalumentu mongeleka mo Namibia shoka sha Ii sha popithwa kaanenentu oyendji ya za mepangelo nomoonguo.du dhi iii nodhi moshigwana. ' MoseminaIi ya Ngwediva omwa Ii mwa ningwa oshigongi oshinene (Okongresa). oshigongi sho Nantu shoka wo sha Ii 8ha popithwa koshikondo shoritinisteii yelongo. Omithigululwakalo nomaudhano nokaapopi yalwe yi ill noyi ill. Popepi lela noonganlba dha Nantibia na Angola, pomissioni ndjoka hayi ithlulwa Odibo, opwa Ii Oshituthi oshinene shehambelelo nokupandula Kalunga sbo a hupitha KU OSWALD SHIVUTE MOSHAKA TI Omissioni ndjika sho ya kala tayi nana n'uudhigu uunene pethimbo lyekondjelomanguluko. Oshituthi osha Ii wo muffiwe nesiku lyokusimaneka Nakulukilwa omissioni yodibo: Maria Omuyapuki-St Mary's Mission. Oshituthi shika o$a Ii sha ningwa mewiliko lyomumbishofi omukuluntu gwongeleka ya Anglican mo Namibia omubishofi James Kauluma no sha Ii sha kalwa kaanenentu ya za koombinga noombinga dha Namibia mwa kwatelwa aakalelipo yepangelo ngaashi OoministeIi Hidipo Hamutepya, Herman Toivo ya Toivo, Lukas Hifikepunye Pobamba, onmsbamane Nahas Angula osbowo oohamushanga y likondo yi iii noyi ill. Omusamane EIiaser Tuhadeleni. Kahumba Kandola na ye omo a Ii moshituthi shika. Omalenga omanene guul.-wanyama nogiitopolwa yopuushiinda nago omo ga Ii moshituthi moka mwa kwa~ telwa aanangeshefa oshowo aasita yoongeleka ngaashi ya Elcin, Catolika ka Roma noya Baptist Church. Adhihe odha Ii wo dha tuma: aapopi moshituthi shika. Omuuvithi omunene moshituthi ~ shika okwa Ii Omusita Tate Nathanael N. Nakwatumbah, ngoka meuvitho lye, a Ii a fatululankene uukoloni wa Ii wa kutha ko oshilongo sbetu nokuhepeka ooyene yasho sigo Kalunga ta tidha mo aakolonyeki mbaka nokugandja oshilongo kooyene yasho. Shoka 8ha Ii sha ningwa po moshituthi shika oshowo miigongi yi iii noyi ill moshilongo, oto ke yi tseyithilwa moshifo shlka. Sbika osha tseyithilwa oshifo shika Omukwaniilwa okwa Ii a popi mosbakati komukwaniilwa gwoshi- okuuvanayi kwe sho oshigwana sbo-. longo shuukwaluudhi omushamane moshitopolwa she sha Ii ina shi end,e- Josia Shikongo Taapopi, ohela. lela nande okuya okudhima omulilo Omukwaniilwa ota ti kutya Omu- pamwe naye nonan4e sha kala,shi lilongokagwakalatagumatukagwa wete olwithi ndoka lwa kala lwe ya mana mb ogwa tamekela okufika okuti lombwela kutya okuti otaku pi. hoka omaandaha okuza Omukwaniilwa okwa pandula ayebe pomukunda Oshaambelo nokufika gu mboka ye mu kwathele mokudhima uka moohambo nenge miitopolwa omulilo, unene ngaashi aasamane ngaashi Omaonde, Olugaluga, yokombalantu mbaka: Andreas Sh- Okalundu ka Nyaniwa, Onamukuku ingenge, Martin Iyambo na Jacob noshitopolwa oshinene shoomboola Abraham.. dha Otjohorongo. Omukwanillwa okwa tseyitha wo. Omulilo nguka ogwa kala tagu fike kutya omapeya oko haga kala noshito sigo okuti hoka uule womasiku 6 momakuti gomaulithilo, ihe ndika nogwa Ii gwa dhimwa Etihamano na ',olye ya nziya nopethimbo ewinayl ogwa Ii gwa fike okuti akuhe, okuza osboka ethimbo lyomvula oii Ii kokule poshaambelo sigo Otjiwanda. natangoniimunaotayikanananuud-.omukwaniilwa ota hokolola kutya. higu lela. gumwe gwomaanahambo mboka Oshinima shimwe, Omukwaniilwa yomauiithilo ga ehamekwa unene, e shi popya tashi ende nayi oye _Qm~ Titus Heita gwokom- muukwaluudhi osho shoka sha,antu.balantu ngoka oshitopolwa.she,osh- yamwe, sho ye na umalhya, taya -inene nengeashihe sbomaulithilo sha.. ningi oolglmba oonene-mosliitopolwa.,lyakata po thilu komuliloniimuna ye _shaayehe ~manga maya pewa- ezimya,thigwa pomutenya lela.! ', ino kuye nenge kooyene yomikuqda. Omu~aniilwa ota hokolol;l kutya. -. Omukvianiilwa okwa ti kutya oshinsboka sha et3 omulilo, ' aalumentu ima,shita oshi Ii. tashi tamaneke mboka ye Ii taya kokola.koshito- omulandu gwepangelo ngoka gwa li ' polwa -shob nonande inaya, pewa. gwa popilw.e koministeli yi ~sha. ezimino kuye nenge ;-'kooyei1e, yo- nevi, kutya; hamuntu a pitikwa a., mikunda dhaahoka. ". ninge ofaalama ye 'mehala ndjoka Oshitopolwa sbomaulithilo muun- lyaayehe. Onrukwaniilwa ota ti kutya ingillino wuukwaluudhi owu Ii tau aamati yamwe, unene mbokaya etitha 'itopolelwa-kaaruimuna yuukwaluudhi epyo lyokuti, oyeli ta ye ipe omahala naamboka ya Mbalantu osboka Aam- kuyoyene pwaa na ezimino lya,mwene balantu kaye na omakuti gomaulith- gwomukunda ngoka a ' tulwa --po ilo, onkene oya Ii ya silwa ohenda komukwaniilwa opo a tonatele ehala. komukwaniilwanokuya pa omahala ndjoka.. ya Iithile mo umuna yawo. Oshito- Omukwanilwa ota indile kwaay~ polwa oshinene sbomaulithilo ngaka mboka taya ningi ngeyi. kutya ya. osho-ihe 8ha pipo naanahambo oya -huiithe po okwiiningila iinima thigwa ihe moluhepo olunene. Osho momitse dhawo yene ndele ya pwaak- Omukwaniilwa a hokolola. ene kepangelo shotali ya lombwele. THE FOLL-QWINGI}EOP~EAREl REQU~STED TO.ATTENDAN I, ' INTERVIE'''' AT COMMITTEE OFFICES, 8 M()NT BLANC STREET, WINDHOEK ()N SEPTEMBER' 14 AT 09hOO: 'NGAYE KAMUVETE VEKUMININA T JET JOO OL VIA SHEKUZA FRED M GOEIMAN AMUNYELA WILBARD MBOONO NGHIDINWA. ~ MARTHA KEHOLE MARTINO IIKELA JONATHAN MUKEZABAI LOVIS ISHUNA S-AARY NGHIPANDULUAH TITUS ANGULA -FRANS ENKALI SHILONGO N'ATHANAEL TOINI AUALA DANIE~ KAMBURONA JAQUELINE MKONTWANA EMMA KAMANGULA --~ j f t.,

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14 14'Tuesday September THE 'NAMIBIAN Agassi succumbs under youilg American's' fire NEW YORK: A star was born at the US Open tennis championships on Sunday. Pete Sampras, the 19-year-old with the red-hot serve and ice water inhis veins, played his way into the record. books by blasting fellow-american Andre Agassi in the men's final to seize the year's last Grand Slam title.. Sampras. became the youngest champion t the l09-year history of the event, riding his ferocious serve to an astonishingly easy win over Agassi after toppling three-time Open champion Ivan Lendl in~fhe quarters and four-time winner John McEhroe in the semifinals. "This is the ultimate in tennis. " said Sampras, the ~th seed who earned 350,OOQ dollars for winning his first Grand $la1ll crown. "What-. ever I do in the rest of my career, I'll alway~ be it US Open champion... Sampras, who turned 19iast month, rewrote a 100-year-old Open record with his youthful triumph. Oliver S Campbell was -19 years, six months old when he. wonthe ~S title in FARMS FOR SALE- -. WINDHOEK DISTRICT Hectares 19 Camps 4 Boreholes 3 Bedr~med House GAME: Kudu, Gemsbuck, Warthog ' OKAHANDJA DISTRICT Hectares 21 Camps 7 Boreholes 5 Bedroomed' House ':"3 Store rooms ~;, GAME: 'Kua,'u;Ge'msbuck Thirteen aces in the final gave Sampras a remarkable 100 in his seven tournament wins as he took over the title from Boris Becker with a Grand Slam final debut reminiscent of the West Gennan'sexplosion on the scene five years ago. Becker was an unseeded 17 -yearold when he beat Kevin Curren in 1985 for his first of three Wimbledon titles. Becker was not around, however, to play his part ina clash of the service titans on Sunday. Becker fell to Agassi in the semifinals. Agassi. the fourth seed, won only 17"points agl\inst Sampras' s serve in 13 games. and was nevenible to get his attacking groundstroke game going in the fast, one-hour 42-minute match Qn stadium court at the Nati.onal Tennis Centre. _ "I came here hoping t~ put on a good show hut the better"man defiriiiefy won today;" said Agassi. "When you hltthe serve 120miles per hour (193 kph) down the lines there's not a lot you can do about it. "I got my ass kicked. i was completely on the defensive." said the 20-year-old Agassi, who also fidished second best at this year's French Open. "Just a good old-fashioned street mugging out there." Sampras. described by McEnroe as being "cool as a cucumber" after the semifmais, never looked close to rattling in the biggest match of his, SENIOR Secondary School JANel team captain, Romess Bock (right), receives the trophy for winning the under-19 section of'the southern region schools championships from match organiser Gibson Christian. Looking on is an obviously proud team coach and teacher, Adam Titus. life. He los~ ol1ly three points on serve in the, first set, and just five in the " second as he demoralised Agassi with his prowess froin the service line and his more than adequate groundstrokes: Agassi, a master at pounding angled winners from both forehand and backhand, was rushed into groundstroke errors and was even beaten on occasion from the baseline by the surprising Sampa. "Today was the best Icoqld possibly play," Sampras said. "I had no nerves playing in 'my first Grand Slamfiiial, "he added. "I had a great time playing out there. "He just seemed re.ally tentat~ve out there. He let me dictate play and that was the difference." Sampras surrendered just three points in five service games in the opening set and dropped only five points on serve in the second as Agassi failed to get close to breaking through against his scorching serves. The only service break of the first set came in the third game when Agassi was hurried into mistakes by the net-charging Sampras, who served out the final game of the 6-4 set at love. Sampras broke Agassi in the fifth game of the second set as he used a backhand and then forehand volley to tum back blistering passing attempts sent by Agassi. Sampras finished the second set with a flourish by ripping a backhand service return winner to break Agassi in tlie ninth game and win it 6-3 to move within one set of victory. Agassi fought hard in the third set, and held two breakpoints in the first game and another in the third but each time Sampras shut the door on - the flashy 20-year-old from Las Vegas. Looking tired after facing the relentless power of Sampras, Agassi committed a string of errors that opened the way in the sixth game. At 0-40, Sampras belted a backhand winner down the line to break at love for 4-2. Smelling. victory, Sampras held serve without losing a point, blasting in his 12th and 13th aces of the match. He then broke Agassi for victory on his first. match point when an Agassi forehand from the baseline sank into the net. "When you're serving so well... it puts a seed in their mind that if they serve one bad game, the set would be over, " Sampras said about the psychological side of his lethal weapon. "I don't know if anyone could. have beaten me," the calm Californian with the wide grin said. Asked if he always was so cool, Sanlpras dropped his guard. just a bit. "I'mjust a 19-year-old growing up with a 'very unusual job - doing very unusual things like I did today." "'OTjrW ARONGODISTRIOT '; Hectares 23 Camps 7 Boreholes House..,... '.. GAME: Kudu,Hartt!~~est ~i~":'--~----""-- NAMIBIA-,...;,.; , '!~I Weekly Daily R30 RU5 R60 R250 SOUTH AF Weekly R33 R66. 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'~... ~.;'... ~... ~ Postal Code....., I enclose a cheque/postal order to the amount of... ~... for...,... weeks'subsc:rip~ion to the Namibian (p'lease ensure the exact amount in Rands or equivalent currency). DOLERIET Try Again's stand-in keeper, Boelman Fredericks, snaps the ball right in front of a storming Blue Waters' midfielder. The visitors tried very hard but lost the NF A Cup first-round battle 2 1 at the Kronlein Stadium at Keetmanshoop on Saturday. The two teams will clash at Walvis Bay this weekend. RESuLTS. FROM PAGE 16 ) Valladolid O. Atletico Madrid 2 Real Betis 1; Barcelona 3 Valencia I, Castellon 1 EsPanoll, Real Mallorca 1 Real Oviedo 1. Rea}. Zaragoza 0 Logrones I, Cadiz 1 Real Sociedad 1. Played on Saturday: Sevilla 2 Real Madrid O. FRENCH FIRST DIVISION. RESULTS of French First Division soccer matches at the weekend: Mar.seille 2 Paris St Gennain I, Lyon 2 Brest 0, Caen 4 Nancy I, Metz 1 Monaco 1. Auxerre 4 Rennes 1. DUTCH FIRST DIVISION RESULTS of Dutch First Division soccer matches played on Saturday': SC HeeI,;euveen 1 NEC Nijmegen 1. PSV Eindhoven 3 MVV Maastricht O. Play'ed on Friday: Roda JC Kerkrade 2 Volendam 1.

15 _ "':I'!"'--~---.. LIT.TBARSKI OUT FOR ' LONG ~ WEST Gennilny' s World Cup player Pierre Littbarski iiexpected to be.out of soccer for at least four months after a serious ankle ligament injury, his club Cologne said on Saturday. The 30-year-ol<i midfielder tore the ligame{l.ts in training on Fri<;lay and underwent a two~hoti~.operation later in the day. '. ' The injury is ablowto both Cologne 's UEFA Cup campaign and Littbar,ski's internatioal career. '"..' While Wesf G~nnany l,s, new coach Berti Vigts says ~e is keen' to keep Littbarski,. c9mpetjtioit for midfield plac.es is fierce... Eintradit~Frailkfurt A 23-year-old Andy Moeller, who ~trugglyd to' get',mto. Franz Beckeribauer' s World Cup side, is expecied to fmd a pla~e under V<>gts. Colo gne inect S w; dert' ~ -IFK Norrkoping in the first rounlj of the UEF A Cup ' later this month.,. -~ ;.. ~ j :.. ~ ~....Ii _":,.; ::..:;.~~-, ~".....,J'. t;....,1'\11'" '. ~' - ~.:~ ROCHE ROMPS. ~ :,.,~ HOME IN BELGIUM' RAYMOND Roche ojfrance twice rode his Ducati to victory in the. French leg of the Superbike World. Championship on Sunday to extend his overall lead in the series. ' Belgium's Stephane Meltens, Roche's nearest challenger for the title, finisiled third ~ both-races and lost fulther ground behind the Frenchman: Roche is now 55 points clear with nine of the 13 rounds completed but says the world title race is far from over. "There are fopr. rounds remaining, which means eight races and a large number of points at stake," he said. Roche overcame.a spirited challenge from American Ducati team mate Jamie Jmaes in the first race to win by just 0,57 of a second., Despite a bad start, he had an easier task in the second,race, which he won, by over three seconds from.ltalian Fabrizio Pirovano on a Yamaha. EI~DHOVEN IN EASY.,WJN.. OVER ~MVV MAASTRICHT. BOBBY R~\;l ~o~';s- :p~v Eindhoven shrugged off the, ~b~ence of prolific Brazilian strik:er Romario as they went to the top of the Dutch soccer leagjle with a comf9rtable 3.-Q. win C;lVer hapless MVV Maastricl).i on Sa~rday., The Brazilian is st~ggling with a knee injury picked up alomst two weeks ago in PSV's first game of the season. :. Butch.Dutch international Juul Ellerman, playing in Romario's central striking role, set PSV on their way to their second home win of the season with the opener on. 48 minutes. John Bosman scored his first goal for PSV since rus move from Mechelen when he conv~lted a penalty awarded for a foul on Romanian Gheorghe Popescu after 57 minutes. The impressi ve Popescu then strode forward, exchanged passes with Erwin Koeman and rounded MVV goalkeeper Eric de Haan to complete the scoring eight minutes from tirrie.. SEVILLA HURTS MADRID'S IMAGE REAL Madrid's image as the 'invincible masters of Spanish soccer was dashed on Saturday when Sevilla beat them 2-0, handing the champions their first league defeat in 10 months. Chile's Iv.anZamorano outran Real Madrid's close-marking giant Yugoslav defender Pedrarg Spasic to score the first goal after half an hour. Down to 10 men for much of the second half, Sevilla emerged from defence to notch a second in'the 73rd minute. Austrian striker Anton Polster on the left wing centred for mid fielder Jose Carvajal who guided the ball past Real goalkeeper Paco Buyo, avoiding Buyo' s slide tac kle. In a tough-tackling game, Zamorano was booked in the first half for bringing down Romanian Gheorge Hagi, who narrowly missed an equaliser early in the second half. Around the hour, Sevilla's Rafa Paz was sent <>fffor a foul on Hugo Sanchez. But after six years without beating Real at home they refused to let the chance slip. TRY AGAIN - FROM PAGE 16 REAL Fighters' goalscorers after their 4-1 demolition of Maroon Brothers'in the rirs~ leg ofthe first round of the NF,it Cup at Keetmanshoop on Sunday. Tile hitmen are, from left: Marthin Davids, Gabriel Koturiuondo, Pauljtie Matroos 'and Niklaas Afrikarier.:Real Fighters 'visit Gobabis against the same opponents this weekend.. SOUTHERN region commissioner Mina Shanjengange (centre) is here introduced to Doleriet Try Again's playe-:s by team captain Salute Coleman (number 8) before thekick-otf of the NFA Cup clash against Blue Waters. The hosts won 2-1. Sponsor and Keetmanshoop mayor, Hampie Plichta (extreme left), is looking on. ~I could only watch as the ball hit a team-mate and deflecte.d into the far corner of his net. The pleasure of victory was visible on the Keetmanshoop outfit's faces,,md after this they just needed to keep the Birds' strikers at bay from scoring. Not even the Birds' fonner national stars, Ranka Lucas and Riva Jekonia, could save the hard-fighting coastal side when they were replaced for Benson and Elias.' The two veterru'ls tried very' hard but could not penetrate the gutsy Try Again defence. Not even the substitution of the injured Salute Coleman, the inspirational factor of his team, left a hole in his side 's defence as his team-mates defended desperately and the talented Try Again team could not help but welcome the final whistle from referee Alex Kapenaina. Kapenaina, who travelled to Keetmanshoop with colleague Hassan Skrywer,.did a wonderful job - he handled.the ganle excellently and maintained the fluency and excitement of the match right from the outset. What was. also,remarkable about the match was that no player was sent off or even shown a yellow card. In the other match played on Sunday, Real Fighters, Try Again's hometown neighbours, had little trouble when they buried visitors. Maroon Brothers 4-1. Gabriel Kotunoundu, Niklaas Afrikaner, Marthin Davids and the illustrious Pauljtie Matroos netted for the powerful Fighters. James Hengari netted the Gobabis team's on! y goal 0 f the match. ROMESS Bock (left) in control for the Senior Secondary School JANel against the Oaseb Senior Secondary School during the southern region under 19 final won 2 1 by the former team. The two schools provided a lot of excitement in the main curtain raiser for the Doleriet Try Again.Blue Waters cup clash on Saturday.

16 .. II"-'JW" 16 Tuesday September TH,E NAMIBIAN RESULTS... RESULTS... RESULTS RoSSING NFA CUP FIRST ROUND - FIRST LE.G:' - f' SATURDA Y: ' KATUTURA ST APIUM, WINDHOEK: Nashua Black Africa 4 Hungry Lions I, Sorento Bucks 1 Monaco 1. SUNDAY: Mobil LallS 2 Chelsea I, Challengers 1 Sarusas Orlando Pirates 2. ", SA:njRDAY:'... KHOMASD~ STADIUM, WINDHOEK: SWA Toyota Young Ones 0 c«liic 3'.. 9vics 5 Atlanta Bucs' 1. SATURDAY:. KUISEBMONDSTADIUM, WALVIS BAY:,Mariiimo v. BS Tigers (postponed ulltil after the disciplinary case between the NFA and BS Tigers}, Eleven' Arrows 5 Eas'tern Chiefs 'I. SUNDAY: Namib WOestyn 3 Highlmd'Bu'cks 2.. SATURDAY:. TSEiBLAAGTE STADIUM, KEETMANSHOOP: Doleriet Try Again 2 Blue Waters 1. SUNDAY: Real Fighters 4 Maroon Broth~rs 1. SATURDAY: EP AKO STADIlJl\.1, GOBABIS: Golden Stars 0 Chief Santos O. SUNDAY: Eastham 1 Sentra Golden Bees 2. Christian (feft), Doleriet Try Again official and chief organiser, receives the sponsorship cheql1e QfRll00 from Rooies Celliers (riglit), a director and PRO of DoIeriet(Pty) Limited. Looking on are'mina Shajehgange; commissionei':(jfthe southern'region (second from left), aild her administrative secretary, Theresia Basson (second from right). Try Again: catch -Birds in tight defence trap -,,:"'- SATURDAY: PETRUS GANEB STADIUM, UIS: Im~or Chiefs 1 Liverpool 3. SUNDAY:. OUTjO STADIUM, OUTJO: Pubs 3 Nampol1. PREMIER LEAGUE LAST NINE'NFA CUP - PLAY-OFFS: TONIGHT (FRIDAY): SKW FIELD, WINDHOEK: Ramblers 2 Arsenal 1, SKW FC 5 SWA Autohaus Golden Rivers 2. SA TURD A Y: Arsenal 5 Cuca Tops 0 (Arsenal got the points as Cuca Tops did not pitch up for the match), SKW FC 1 Life Fighters 1. SUNDAY: Rambler~ 5 Cuca Tops 0 (Tops did not tum up for the tie), Life Fighters 1 SW A Autohaus Golden Rivers O. SATURDAY: MOKATISTADIUM, OTJIWARONGO: Explorer 2 v. Benfica 1. SUNDAY: Pepsi African Stars 3 Explorer XII, Pepsi Africa Stars 3 Benfica. 1. NSL CASTLE LEAGUE SATURDAY - Dy~amos 3 Bushbucks 1 - Lenasia, (15hOO). SUNDAY: Moroka Swallows 3 Umtata Bucks 1 - Ellispark. Double Action Sundowns 1 Orlando Pirates 1 - HM Pitje, Iwisa Kaizer Chiefs beat Witbank Aces 1-0 in a friendly soccer match at K wa-mahlanga Stadium in Kwandebele on Su nday. AFRICAN S'OCCER: 'ihh::, AFRICAN CUP WINNERS' CUP CONRAD ANG'UlA AT KEETMANSHOOP IT took a retllut'ch for hosts Doleriet Try Again to prove to the local soccer community that they are capable of outstaging the so-called ' ~big guns" of the local game, and they made sure of this with a welldeserved 2-1 victory over Blue Waters on Saturday. The two teams had one e'ach at the changeover. The match: desctibed by many Keetmanshoop fans as one of the best seen in the past 20 years, was played in a fme atmosphere and excellent soccer was displayed throughout the clash. Try Again tried very hard in the opening stages of th~ game and it came as no surprise when they were put into the lead by their tall and sharpshooting striker, Lazarus 'Wise' Isaack. The goal, the best of the afternoon, came after a fine move by the smoothdribbling Jan Christiaan '(who was also one of the players 'selected for the national team against Mautitius) who outmanoeuvred three Waters' players before he passed to!saack. The hard-shooting Isaack did not waste time and his cannon-like 19thminute shot found the left-hand side of Blue Wa,ters '. roof of the net.!saack were denied goal number, two five minutes later and had the crowded Kronlein Stadium screaming as his thunderous first-time halfvolley missed the target by inches.. The visitors, realising that the game was switching fully in the hosts' favour, started to press down hiu-d from the midfield and one oflemmy' s efforts found Try Again's stopper being penalised for unallowable contact just outside the penalty area. Btitho Shipanga, the Birds' deadball expert, made no mistake as he blasted the ball straight past the Try Again defence wall and gave goalkeeper Boetman Fredeticks no chance at all. The second half saw two resurgent teams as both were desperately trying for a loophole, and it was Try Again who created some of the best scoring chances. But over-hastiness and rock-tight defensive work from the central defense pair of Britho Shipanga (sweeper) and Bakka Adams (stopper) denied the willing Try Again strikers from scoting. Jan Chtistian, however, broke down the Birds right flank and showed once again why he was selected for the national team as his superb cross found Salute Coleman unmarked. The talented Coleman, in return, flicked the ball to winger Isak Frederick and the latter controlled and blasted the ball into the crowded Birds' goal. Goalkeeper Cecil 'Dale' Mutilifa I CONTINUED ON PAGE'IS I FIRST LEG - SECOND ROUND: GHANA'S Hearts of Oak beat Tunisia's club Afticaine 2-0 (half-time O-O) in the frrst leg of their Aftican Cup WInners' Cup second-round match on Sunday. Scorer:.Anthony Tieku (618t, 75th minutes). BCC Lions of Nigeria beat Union Sportive de Ouakam of Senegal 1-0 (halftime 0-0) in an Aftican Cup Winners' Cup quarterfmal first ~ leg match on Sunday.! Scorer: Moses Kpakor (76th minut~). AFRICAN CLUB CUP: RESULTS on Saturday of the first-leg quarterfinal African Club Cup soccer match:. AFC Leopards (Kenya) beal Algetia's 2 JC Kabylie 2-1 (haif-time 1-0). Scorers: AFC Leopards - Mickey Weche (penalty, 44th minute), Ali Timani (59th). Kabylie ~ Abdelrazak Ajant (89th). Attendance: 20 ()OO. ' -EUROPEAN SOCCER: I RESULTS of Spanish First Division matci'l:cir playcd on Sunday: _. AlhleticBilbao 2 Burgosl, Osa~'Ull a 3 Tenetife 1, Sporting Gijon 4' Real.CONTINUEDONPAGEI4 _ DOLERIET Try Again's two heroes of the day, Isac Fredericks (left) and Wise Isaack (centre), are here being tongratulated by jubliant fans just after the final whistle that saw the Keetmanshoop outfit beating Blue Waters 2-1. The NFA Cup first-round match was played at the Kronlein Stadium at Keetmanshoop,

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