Deeds and Estates

09 August 2019 Author  
Desie Dawid Heita
Veteran Journalist Desie Heita was born at Omutwewoshimbungu in the northern regions of Namibia on the 25th of October 1978.  In an untimely demise that sent shockwaves within the media fraternity, the late Heita died on the 4th of October 2018. He is survived by both his parents and a minor child. His collective estate comprising of an Audi A3 vehicle and Old Mutual Unit Trusts amounted to N$331,507.03
 
Piet Percat
At the time of his death, the late Piet Percat was employed as a technical assistant. The deceased was born on the 19th of August 1964, in the Southern town of Aroab, but met his demise on the 23rd of May 2018, in Windhoek, after losing his battle with chronic renal failure. He was single and is survived by a minor child, Angelique Litichia Percat (born on the 25th of March 1999. No immovable property, nor movable assets have been declared as part of the deceased’s estate. However, monetary claims in favour of the estate, amounting to N$1,500.00 was found in the deceased’s Bank Windhoek account. An additional N$7,500.00 in death benefit was further made available by Namibia Public Workers Union (NAPWU) on the 12 of June 2018 breaking the total value of his estate to N$9000. His cousin, Anna Magrietha Basson is named as the nominated estate representative.
 
Wilpard Uushona
At the time of his death, Wilpard Uushona was unemployed. Wilpard was born on the 9th of September 1952, at Okangala village. He died on the 13 of February 2018 at the Onanjokwe Hospital, due to acute renal failure. Prior to his demise, the Uukwandongo village resident was married – in community of property – to his surviving spouse, Martha Uushona. He left behind 10 major children. The surviving spouse, in her capacity as the executor in the estate, nominated, constituted and appointed Pieter Daniel Theron and/or Boris Erasmus from firm P D Theron & Associates to administer the estate in a lawful manner.   In summary the total estate amounts to N$70,400.00 in terms of moveable property and N$305,638.93 in monetary claims, bring the total estate to N$376,038.93. No immovable property was declared as part of the estate. The deceased did not leave a Will behind.
 
Gerson Eixab
The deceased, passed away on the 3rd of December 2017 at Okahandja in the Otjozondjupa region.  Eixab was born in Windhoek on the 16th of September 1989 and at the time of his demise, he was residing in Karibib.  He was single and is survived by both his parents as well as a minor child (born on the 6th of October 2008. The deceased was an employee of the Ministry of Defence and left in his estate is monetary claims accrued in leave gratuity of approximately 45 days, which amounts to N$19,049.40.  No moveable or immovable property has been declared.  According to documents at the Master of the High Court, an amount of N$1,434.95 is owed to First National Bank of Namibia, bring the total redeemable claim to N$17,615. The deceased left a Will, dated the 18th of June 2014, in which his mother Else Jacqueline Eixas was name as the executor of the estate.
 
Pifana Mutumbulwa
The late Mutumbulwa, a widow, died in a car accident on the 9th of March 2018, at an unspecified location. The deceased was born on the 16th March 1964, at Okaku village and at the time of her death she was residing at Ongwediva. She did not leave a Will behind and was unemployed at the time of her demise. The late Mutumbulwa is survived by four children and one her daughters, Elise Kaindume is named as the executor of the estate. The latter appointed Niel Marius Lakay of Lakay & Associates as the estate administrator. No immovable properties have been declared as part of the estate. However, financial claims amount to N$13,702.32, N$16,518.38, N$102,216.41 in different First National Bank of Namibia accounts as well as N$953.20 in a NamPost savings account were declared, bringing the total value of the estate to N$133,390.31. A Baikal Shotgun has been named as a moveable item in the estate, but its value is not specified.
 
Bonifatius Haingura Nsavi
Born on the 7th of February 1983 in the Kavango region, the late Nsavi died on the 1st of August 2017 in Rundu, Kavango East. The cause of death is listed as Asphyxia due to hanging. He was employed as a cleaner at the Ministry of Education. The deceased remained single until the time of his death and is survived both parents and a minor child (born on the 20th of June 2012) to the late Nsavi. The child’s mother died in 2014. The minor child was left in the guardianship of the late Nsavi’s mother. No movable or immovable properties are attached to the estate. But a monetary claim amounting to N$7,458.38 has been deposited in a Guardian Fund of Namibia account.
 
Michael Nestor
Nestor was a member of the Namibian Police force residing at Omhemba village near Outapi in the Omusati region. Born at Okapuku village on the 10th of November 1969, the deceased later married Elizabeth Haihambo – in community of property – at Ondobe in the Ohangwena region.  Nestor died on the 4th of November 2017, at the Oshikuku Catholic Hospital in the Omusati region. He did not leave a Will behind. He left behind five children, four majors and a minor. His surviving spouse is the executor of the estate and appointed Lakay & Associates Trust as estate administrator.  The estate is valued at N$184,611.54. This is the sum of monetary claims in favour of the estate where N$2,221.60 and N$29,155.39 are in separate First National Bank of Namibia accounts, while the additional N$153,234.55 has been derived for leave gratuity at the Ministry of Safety and Security. No moveable or immovable properties has been declared. Nestor did not have a Will.
 
Nolan Gene Peters
Nolan Gene Peters was a Namibian businessman and a resident of Walvis Bay. The late Peters was born on the 7th of August 1938, in East London, South Africa. He married his surviving spouse, Maria Jacoba Peters – in community of property – at Omaruru, in the Erongo region.  The couple have four grown children. The deceased left a Will behind. In the document signed on the 25th of June 2012, Walvis Bay, the couple appointed the survivor among them as the sole and universal heir or heiress of the entire estate, with nothing excluded. Should they die simultaneously or within thirty days of each other, or should the survivor die without a further Will, the couple bequeathed the estate to their children.  The Will appoints Christo Hendrik Greyvenstein as executor of the estate in the event of both parties’ death. The total estate is valued at N$1,890,987.00 including immovable properties, movable properties and claims in favour of the estate. 
 

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