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1009 dss i&ap comments

Comments received from I&APs on the proposed Desert Star South
Development (by 8 September 2010)

______________________________________________________________________________
From: Ranwedzi Mashudu [mailto:RanwedziM@dwa.gov.za]
Sent: 08 September 2010 02:51 PM
To: Lima Maartens
Subject: RE: Re comment period for DSS Scoping Report
Hi Lima
Unfortunately there are still people who still need to give me their comment so that we can
incorporate everybody’s comment and make one Department of Water Affairs Comments.
So I will give you the comments later and then you will incorporate them with the EIA. Sorry for the
inconvenience e-mail I have sent earlier.
Regards,
Mashudu
______________________________________________________________________________
From: MUNICIPALITY [mailto:karasburgm@iway.na]
Sent: 08 September 2010 01:02 PM
To: lima@iway.na
Subject: Fwd: Re Desert Star Scoping Report
Dear Lima,
So sorry about Desert report, am still in Sweden and will courier report asap.
There has been no objections or comments coiming to my office regarding your report thus far.
As per our input during your presentation, Council wolud like to emphasize that the project have an
employment agency in Karasburg such that we can mainstream, local human capital into the
project / or at least to make it accessable for people in the immediate surrounding.
Best regards,
Eva-liza
______________________________________________________________________________
From: Film Directory 2011 [mailto:filmdirectory1@gmail.com]
Sent: 08 September 2010 10:51 AM
To: aaplm@mweb.com.na
Subject: Film Production Directory Namibia 2011
Good day Auriol
I am the new Project Coordinator for the RBJ Trust, a publishing company based in Swakopmund.
We recently published the first ever Production Directory Namibia 2010, which is a directory
focused solely on the flourishing film industry in Namibia. Having returned from Santa Monica
Location Trade Fair we have only received positive feedback on the Production Directory Namibia
2010 and we hope to make the next Production Directory even better!
The Production Directory Namibia contains information & guidelines of filming in Namibia,
information about Namibia and detailed contact listings of general and production services
providers, as well as listings of all experienced crew in Namibia. Each directory is aimed at the film
industry and will be distributed at various international film shows and production festivals. This
directory is one of a kind in Namibia!
This directory’s purpose is to showcase Namibia’s well established film industry and to market
Namibia as a filming destination at an International level. The reason I am approaching Desert Star
Studios is because I think this directory is very affordable for a 12 month International run and will
be highly beneficial. This directory was presented at the Berlinale in Berlin in February and again in
the Location Fair in Santa Monica - Los Angeles in April and will be presented again in Mumbai in
October, to mention just a few locations.
The directory has 4 different options, a full page advertisement (N$7500.00) per year, a half page
advertisement (N$5000.00) per year and a quarter page advertisement (N$3360.00) per year to
everyone who wishes to be in the directory. This year we are also offering the chance to list your
company under our Production Services as either a bold listing (N$2200) or a normal listing
(N$1500). We also have a fold out map of Namibia that we are looking for sponsorship for as well
as the advertising space on three full bookmarks (N$10000) being sold on a first come, first serve
basis. However, should you already have bought an advertisement; your company is automatically
added to the Production Services list. We are also offering a further 8% discount on any two
advertisements ordered and a 10% discount on three or more advertisements ordered.
If you are a crew member, or know of someone who is a crew member, they are listed for
free in the directory. Simply request your crew listing form, fill it in and fax it back to take
advantage of your free listing!
Last year, the first publication of the directory was released and the focus was on the film industry.
This year, we have had the time to focus on the film industry under Production Services as well as
greatly improve and elaborate on General Services including accommodation, restaurants and
activities for when they are on set and off it. The most popular film set locations are in the most
beautiful, contrasting areas of the country with panoramic scenery. To give you an idea, film sets
require steel and aluminium, tool and labour hire, catering, set decoration and prop hire, crew
members may even require protection services.
We received a huge international response to the first directory and with the help of the Namibia
Film Commission and the Foreign Affairs offices assisting us in distribution; we expect the
response to be even bigger and better! The 2011 directory will be a little funkier, a little bit bigger,
will have its own searchable website with an online version of the directory for viewing and
download as well as a DVD on Film Locations in Namibia.
I would like to advise you to see this as an opportunity for you to introduce yourself to international
film producers and directors that look at Namibia as a filming location. We are targeting all
categories in Namibia from accommodation to transport hire, from restaurants to animal wranglers,
from banks to beverage suppliers so as to create an easy to read, complete guide to filming in
Namibia. We would like to ensure that any international producers and directors use only Namibian
companies and services which will help boost our Namibian film industry.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to your response.
Kindest regards,
Andrea Leech
RBJ Trust
Tel: +264 64 461991
Fax: + 264 64 461992
Cell: +264 81 422 6766
Skype: RBJ-Trust
Facebook: RBJ Trust
LinkedIn: Andrea Leech
From: Pat Lorenz [mailto:lorenz@mweb.com.na]
Sent: 31 August 2010 04:22 PM
To: aaplm@mweb.com.na
Subject: DESERT STAR - PALM TREES
Good afternoon,
Attached please find some photo's of Palm Trees. We are in the Palm Tree Business. We have
done many developments in and around the Erongo District.
Should you be interested you can contact us for more details.
Kindly have a look at the attachment.
Kind regards
Achim Lorenz - 081 124 6227
From: Josephine Nujoma [mailto:jnujoma@mhss.gov.na]
Sent: 30 August 2010 04:21 PM
To: Auriol Ashby
Subject: Re: Desert Star South - Draft EIA Scoping Report
Have scanned through the Report. The Report is sound. My concerns are as follows:
the sustainable use and management of water resources taking into account acute contamination of surface and underground water resources, and in the event of efficacy of final sewerage effluent disinfection methodology of choice apart from soil nutrient testing, whether pesticides residue analysis would be necessary Thanking you
Josephine Nujoma
From: Ronald James [mailto:ronald@jre.com.na]
Sent: 30 August 2010 11:07 AM
To: lima@iway.na
Subject: electronic copy of the Report and Appendices
Hi Lima
Kindly forward me an electronic copy of the Report and Appendices. Much Appreciated!
Kind Regards
Ronald James
Cell: +264 81 149 1900
Tel: +264 61 241132
Fax: +264 61 304120
Email: ronald@jre.com.na
Office Email: jamesre@iway.na
From: aandrew [mailto:aandrew@mtcmobile.com.na]
Sent: 27 August 2010 02:12 PM
To: Auriol Ashby
Subject: Re: Desert Star South - Draft Scoping Report
Hi Auriol! Its still not getting through, cause sounds to good to be thru, but still waiting for the first
signs of you people visible in the south. This maybe what we dreaming about for so long to
happen here
Regards
AP Waters
Norotshama Riser Rex
Attended Karasburg meeting
From: krischka stoffels [mailto:krischkastoffels@yahoo.com]
Sent: 26 August 2010 02:31 PM
To: lima@iway.na
Subject: Fw: Desert Star South - Draft Scoping Report
Dear Lima,
Please see the email below. I would like a digital copy of the report if possible.
Thank you
Krischka
From: Namene Laura [mailto:NameneL@mawf.gov.na]
Sent: 25 August 2010 12:18 PM
To: lima@iway.na
Subject: desert Star South
Can I please have a copy of the scoping report.
Regards
Laura
From: Abius Akwaake [mailto:abius@optimediacc.com]
Sent: 25 August 2010 10:07 AM
To: Auriol Ashby
Subject: Re: Desert Star South - Draft Scoping Report
Importance: High
Thanks and noted.
From: Daleen Brand [mailto:daleen@spc.iway.na]
Sent: 25 August 2010 07:45 AM
To: lima@iway.na
Subject: Scoping report
Hi Lima
Is dit moontlik dat jy die scoping verslag kan email vir my? Of is dit te groot?
Daleen
Miss. Daleen Brand
Stubenrauch Planning Consultants
PO Box 11869
Windhoek
Tel: 00264 61 251 189
Fax: 00264 61 252 157

_________________________________________________________________________
From: john.pallett@saiea.com [mailto:john.pallett@saiea.com]
Sent: 25 August 2010 07:41 AM
To: Auriol Ashby
Subject: RE: Desert Star South - Draft Scoping Report
Lekker, thanks for this info. We will be holding a discussion on tourism developments in Karas (we
have lumped the studio plan in with this category) in a few weeks time. Will keep you posted,
would like your or Lima's input.
I was sorry to miss your public pres last week. Too much going on to think of it
Ciao
J
From: Ranwedzi Mashudu [mailto:RanwedziM@dwa.gov.za]
Sent: 25 August 2010 07:21 AM
To: lima@iway.na
Subject: request for an electronic copy of the scoping report
Hi
I am Mashudu Ranwedzi from the Department of Water Affairs in south Africa and I would like to
have the copy of the scoping report and read it before I give my comment. Please send a copy to
me.
Regards
Mashudu
072 463 7820
054 388 5800
From: Mannheimer [mailto:manfam@iafrica.com.na]
Sent: 19 August 2010 08:44 PM
To: Auriol Ashby
Subject: Desert Star Project
Dear Auriol,
thanks for the invitation to the meeting regarding this project. I have been in the field for two
weeks, so did not see the invite until this evening.
I am sure it is unnecessary to point out that the south-western part of the country harbours a
number of rare and protected plant species, including several cryptics belonging to the
Mesembryanthemaceae. I suggest that they do their plant studies before they place the reservoirs,
or even the inevitable temporary tanks that will be needed during the development phase. They
have an uncanny knack of placing them dead on top of the densest populations of protected
succulents. It will also be important to do the plant studies in the growing season.
I am aware that large tracts of this farm have already been cleared (as far as I know without the
benefit if an EIA) for cultivation, for example of Hoodia. I would be interested to see more detail on
whether they plan to clear more land for the golf course. In arid zones one might consider this a
frivolous use of water. The studios are one thing, the golf course quite another.
Hope you are keeping well, and thanks for putting me on the mailing list/IAP for this project.
Cheers,
Coleen
John & Coleen Mannheimer
P.O. Box 193
Windhoek, Namibia
Tel. + 264 61 233614
Fax + 264 61 233727
Coleen cell + 264 (0) 81 127 2820
John cell +264 (0) 81 147 4840
email manfam@iafrica.com.na
_________________________________________________________________________
From: Pyke Peter [mailto:PykeP@dwa.gov.za]
Sent: 17 August 2010 08:47 AM
To: aaplm@mweb.com.na
Cc: Snyders Louis (KBY)
Subject: Desert Star South EIA
Dear Auriol
Please register me as an interested party.
My specific interest relates to impact around the Orange River amongst others:
1. The exact position of the planned development. 2. Estimated water consumption per phase. 3. Is the development viable without the golf course? 4. Development relative to Orange River flood lines. 5. Possibility of pollution including during flood events.
Please keep me advised of reports/activities.
Regards
Peter Pyke Pr. Eng.
Chief Engineer: Options Analysis (Central)
Department of Water Affairs

Private Bag X313
0001 Pretoria
South Africa
Tel +27 12 336 8192
Fax +27 12 336 7399
Cell +27 82 809 5290
E-mail peterp@dwa.gov.za

From: Film Directory 2011 [mailto:filmdirectory1@gmail.com]
Sent: 16 August 2010 12:36 PM
To: aaplm@mweb.com.na
Subject: Film Production Directory Namibia 2011
Good day Auriol
I am the new Project Coordinator for the RBJ Trust, a publishing company based in Swakopmund.
We recently published the first ever Production Directory Namibia 2010, which is a directory
focused solely on the flourishing film industry in Namibia. Having returned from Santa Monica
Location Trade Fair we have only received positive feedback on the Production Directory Namibia
2010 and we hope to make the next Production Directory even better!
The Production Directory Namibia contains information & guidelines of filming in Namibia,
information about Namibia and detailed contact listings of general and production services
providers, as well as listings of all experienced crew in Namibia. Each directory is aimed at the film
industry and will be distributed at various international film shows and production festivals. This
directory is one of a kind in Namibia!
This directory’s purpose is to showcase Namibia’s well established film industry and to market
Namibia as a filming destination at an International level. The reason I am approaching Desert Star
Studios is because I think this directory is very affordable for a 12 month International run and will
be highly beneficial. This directory was presented at the Berlinale in Berlin in February and again in
the Location Fair in Santa Monica - Los Angeles in April and will be presented again in Mumbai in
October, to mention just a few locations.
The directory has 4 different options, a full page advertisement (N$7500.00) per year, a half page
advertisement (N$5000.00) per year and a quarter page advertisement (N$3360.00) per year to
everyone who wishes to be in the directory. This year we are also offering the chance to list your
company under our Production Services as either a bold listing (N$2200) or a normal listing
(N$1500). We also have a fold out map of Namibia that we are looking for sponsorship for as well
as the advertising space on three full bookmarks (N$10000) being sold on a first come, first serve
basis. However, should you already have bought an advertisement; your company is automatically
added to the Production Services list. We are also offering a further 8% discount on any two
advertisements ordered and a 10% discount on three or more advertisements ordered.
If you are a crew member, or know of someone who is a crew member, they are listed for
free in the directory. Simply request your crew listing form, fill it in and fax it back to take
advantage of your free listing!
I am also in the process of putting together a few fun-filled pages of services and activities located
in and around Namibia so if you would like to be part of a collage on a page at only N$800, please
let me know.
I would like to advise you to see this as an opportunity for you to introduce yourself to international
film producers and directors that look at Namibia as a filming location. We are targeting all
categories in Namibia from accommodation to transport hire, from restaurants to animal wranglers,
from banks to beverage suppliers so as to create an easy to read, complete guide to filming in
Namibia. We would like to ensure that any international producers and directors use only Namibian
companies and services which will help boost our Namibian film industry.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to your response.
Kindest regards,
Andrea Leech
RBJ Trust
Tel: +264 64 461991
Fax: + 264 64 461992
Cell: +264 81 422 6766
Skype: RBJ-Trust
Facebook: RBJ Trust
LinkedIn: Andrea Leech
From: Carol Steenkamp [mailto:carolsteenkamp@gmail.com]
Sent: 12 August 2010 09:20 AM
To: aaplm@mweb.com.na
Subject: Desert Star Environmental Assessment
Dear Auriol Could you please register me as an I& AP. I will unfortunately not be able to attend the meeting in Windhoek, but would be interested in receiving the minutes of the meetings as well as a comments and responses trail. According to the newspaper there will be 3 public meetings, I do not see any consultation with local communities eg. Warmbad, Pella etc. No mention of important cultural and heritage sites. The Nama people are already struggling to preserve their culture. What will be the water demand for the development and where will water come from? A Cowboy Town.this is Africa, NOT America! Regards Carol Steenkamp Environmental Consultant P.O. Box 11600 Windhoek Tel +264 61 230 390 /+264 81 127 3958 Fax 088618074

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