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NAPHA Newsletter, 28 September 2018
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In this edition

28 SEPTEMBER 2018

1. Pangolin Reward Scheme in Namibia
2. Agricultural Outlook Conference 2018
3. Brown Hyena Project
4. Guide to Namibian Museums
5. Tourist Awareness
6. NTB Official Guest Register
7. Approval of Marketing Materials
8. Choir Big Bash
9. Kanaal 7 - Landbou Joernaal
10. Minox DTC 550 Wildlife Camera
11. Classifieds

Pangolin Reward Scheme in Namibia

Namibian Chamber of Environment

In September 2017 the NCE, MET and partners set up a reward scheme for information leading to the arrest of people catching, killing, trading and trafficking Pangolins and Pangolin parts in Namibia. The success of this initiative has exceeded our most optimistic expectations. Attached please find a report setting out the situation.
 
A large part of this success is due to partnerships. The PRD of NamPol, MET, conservancies, NGOs, media and private sector are working together to spread the message and support the scheme. MET staff in the regions have used radio in local languages to get deep into the villages.
 
Our ultimate intention is not to have hundreds of people locked up in jail. Rather, we want to reduce the incidents of Pangolin and other wildlife crimes. We now propose a subtle change in the messaging. The message now is, (i) law enforcement, involving close collaboration between MET and NamPol and linked to informer networks and reward schemes, is becoming increasingly effective and making it increasingly unlikely that potential wildlife criminals will get away with their crimes; and (ii) if / when caught, the penalties are now really severe, and bail will be vigorously opposed for foreign nationals. So don’t commit wildlife crimes – the risks are now really high! This is explained in detail in the attached report.
 
We are working with Venture Media to package this message in many different ways – printed media, radio, TV, social media, animated video clips, etc, to reach not only the general public but also specifically the most rural areas and the Chinese / Asian community in Namibia. 
[Read more]

Agricultural Outlook Conference 2018



Programme  
Registration form 2018 English and Afrikaans 

RSVP: Ms Rina Hough
Tel: 061 237 838; E-mail: rina@agrinamibia.com.na
Closing date for registrations: 4 Oktober 2018

Brown Hyena Project

by Ingrid Wiesel

We usually don’t plan our darting season for the winter time because we are trying to avoid the cold and dark time of the year, as the nights are just that little bit too long to be able to stay awake all night in order to capture hyenas. This year though, the nights were long, but the warm east wind weather made up for it. Our darting team was also quite interesting: Kirk, Max and I as the core team joined by Rachael Hill from the US, Alessandro Alvaro from Italy and Marie Lemerle from France. What a mixture of personalities, traditions and accents, we certainly had some good laughs, for example when deciding whether pasta should be cooked al dente (European, especially Italian way) or soft (US way). We started with setting up bait at E-Bay to fit KC Sowande with a new satellite collar. [Read more]

Guide to Namibian Museums

Museums Association of Namibia


For the development of this guidebook, the Museums Association of Namibia sought to obtain an archive of good quality photographs of Namibian museums, including detailed images of some of the most important objects in the museums' collections. [Read more]

Tourist Awareness

Coastal Tourism Association of Namibia

Police advised to not leave valuables in full sight of passers-by in your vehicle. Stow valuables and belongings under your seat or lock-up In the luggage compartment. Please find attached some Safety Tips for all to display in your rooms and make your visitors aware of these.

Tourist Protection Unit 085 944 (Coastal Hotline)
 

NTB Offical Guest Register

As per the NTB regulations:

30. Regulations
(2) Regulations made in terms of subsection (l) may provide for -
(i) the keeping of registers by persons conducting an accommodation establishment or a regulated business or by licensed persons, the form thereof and the particulars to be entered therein;

The official NTB Guest Register can be obtained from the NAPHA Office at N$172.50 (Incl. VAT)

Approval of Marketing Material

As per Section 106 of the Regulations of the Nature Conservation Ordinance 4 of 1975:
 
106. Advertising of hunting of game for the sake of trophies
  1. No person may advertise the hunting of game or wild animals for the purpose of trophies in the Territory unless he is the owner or lessee of a hunting farm, or unless he is the owner or manager of a guest farm or safari undertaking.
  2. No advertisement, brochure or pamphlet in which or through which the hunting of game or wild animals for the purpose of trophies is advertised shall be printed or distributed before it has been approved in writing by the Director.
  3. Such an advertisement, brochure or pamphlet shall state all the services offered by the advertiser.
We are proud to announce that the NAPHA Office can now submit your marketing material at the Ministry for approval. An administrative fee of N$100.00 (excl. VAT) applies.
 
Kindly complete the enclosed Request for Approval and return to the NAPHA Office together with your Marketing Material to be approved.

Choir Big Bash

5 October 2018




The German Embassy Windhoek is proud to present a Choir Big Bash concert featuring the Martin Luther High School Choir as well as the Western Youth Choir.

Date: 5 October 2018
Venue: College of the Arts, Concert Hall, Fidel Castor Street, Windhoek
Entrance is free

 

Kanaal 7 - Landbou Joernaal

29 October 2018

We again have some speakers this week who will inform us about a variety of subjects. Bertus Kruger, a well-known in rangeland management circles talks about his passion. Kiep Lepen of Agra informs us about the Paresis auction and Tanja Dahl of NAPHA will give more details about their Annual General Meeting which will be held in due course. Marina Muller will tell us about what is going on at the NVV and Gideon Goosen of the Pig Producers Association will give information about their industry. As usual Nelia Richter will give the news of the Landbou Weekblad and Schalk Jacobsz will teach us the use of field cameras and what must be taken into consideration if buying one. Lastly we talk to Alex McDonald about bush encroachment and the challenges thereof.
You can listen to Landbou Journal on Saturdays between 06:00 and 07:00 as well as to the re-broadcast on Wednesday evening between 20:00 and 21:00

MINOX DTC 550 Wildlife Camera

 The DTC 550 captures video recordings in full HD resolution and also features a new variable time lapse mode designed for speeding up the long-term recording of motion sequences.

An infrared flash helps capture images in darkness at distances of up to 15 meters; the flash is invisible to people and most animals. The DTC 550 has a remarkably fast shutter release of only 0.4 seconds and a dormant 'stand-by' battery life of up to 6 months.
 
  • Invisible IR-flash with a range of 15 m / 49 ft.
  • 5-megapixel hardware resolution
  • HD video resolution (1080p)
  • Fast shutter release: 0.4 sec.
  • Up to 9 consecutive images and videos up to 3 min.
  • 2.4" TFT colour display
  • Timer function
  • Battery life of up to 6 months
  • Robust and weatherproof housing
  • 12V port for external power supply
  • Splash-proof (IP 54)
Get yours today for only N$2,872.00
Our daughter would like to do an Internship on a Hunting or a Guest farm during the course of next year. She is familiar with life on a Hunting farm and Namibia. While she would ideally like to visit from August to October 2019, there is some flexibility as to the timing. She is able and willing to assist with all tasks related to guest care and hospitality, wildlife, field and office work. While an Internship remuneration is not expected, it is requested that she be accommodated at no cost.
Should you be able to accommodate our daughter for this time, please contact Wolfgang Garbaciok at wolgar58@gmail.com
Thank you in advance. 
Wolfgang Garbaciok 
Slovakian and Bavarian Bloodhound crossing. Excellent Hunting dogs. Very loving dogs – child friendly and family dogs. Available from September. Six week injection done. Only 3 males available.
Photos are available. N$ 2500.00 per puppy
Contact  Klaus-Dieter Heimstadt 081 602 5029/067 312129 email: exp-nam@iway.na

Namibia Professional Hunting Association
(NAPHA)

 
PO Box: 11291
Windhoek
Namibia

Tel: +264 (0) 61 234455
WhatsApp:  +264 (0) 81 162 0977

Danene van der Westhuyzen, President, president@napha.com.na
Tanja Dahl, Chief Executive Officer, ceo@napha.com.na
Nicole Schwandt, Executive Assistant, napha@napha.com.na
Delin Rooinasie, Secretary, info@napha.com.na
Christel Zeilinger, Administrative Assistant, office@napha.com.na
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