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New Era Newspaper - 16/06/2017 - Vol22 No216

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41 ADVERT Friday, June

41 ADVERT Friday, June 16 2017 | NEW ERA Yours truly is just wondering what are all these apparent “important” men in blue suits, gathered at vast expense in our football structures, doing to advance the genuine cause of domestic football? Perhaps one should ask the question whether any vital and tangible decisions were made for the good of football. Not really, the decisions that mattered were made to advance personal interests of certain individuals, so to speak. Needless to state that the country’s football governing body, the Namibia Football Association NOTICE NO. : 32/2017 PURPOSE NEEDS TO PROCURE NB: SWAKOPMUND MUNICIPALITY : REQUEST FOR THE SUBMISSION OF COMPANY PROFILES FOR PROVISION OF GOODS, WORKS & SERVICES TO THE MUNICIPALITY OF SWAKOPMUND : To obtain company profiles from suppliers interested in conducting business with Swakopmund Municipality in respect of the supplying of goods, works and services to be procured through the 2017/2018 financial year. Companies are requested to submit the relevant documentations and clearly indicate the types of goods and services they used to render and it should correspondence with the nature of business stated in the founding statement or amendment. GOODS: • Supply of newspapers, periodicals, books & other media publicity materials • Supply of StationerGenera Ofce Supplies • Supply of cleaning materials and equipment or related materials & supplies • Supply of computer supplies and related goods • Supply of equipment, tools and materials • Supply of data and communication network and related equipment • Supply of cell phone, pads and electronic accessories • Supply of gifts • Supply of ofce furniture • Supply of hygiene related supplies • Supply of refreshments • Supply of security equipment and related supplies • Supply of promotional items • Supply of photocopiers • Supply of owers & plants • Supply of protective clothing • Supply of Tyres • Supply of Road & Trafc Signs • Supply of pipes and ttings • Supply of tools and equipment • Supply of electrical motors • Supply of pump and pump spares • Supply of refuse bins • Supply of fuel & Oil WORKS: • Operational equipment & ofce equipment • Installation of Water Meters • Supply of electrical and mechanical services • Engineering Services • Interior design services • Software design services • Street Cleaning & Sweeping • General Works (trench digging & laying of pipes - water lines & sewer lines) • Paving services WORKS (Continue): • Painting services • Surfacing of Roads • Building, Construction & Painting CONSULTANCY SERVICES: • Architecture Services • Quantity Survey as services • Town Planners • Land Surveyors • Engineering Services • Software design services • Valuations • Auctioneers • Legal & Conveyincing Services NON-CONSULTANCY SERVICES • Supply of air tickets and transportation services • Service of operational equipment (elevators, machinery etc.) • Service of air conditioners, re etinguishers. • Service of security system (access control, alarm systems & surveillance cameras) • Short Training Courses, Symposiums & Workshops • Advertisement • Printing • Event Management & Decorations • Hospitality & Catering Services • Supply of computer equipment (computers, servers, switches & printers) • Licensed & Computer Software • Refuse Removal Services + Skips • Rental of Photocopiers • Branding Services • Cleaning Services • Laundry Services • Security Services • Entertainment Services (live band, cultural group performance etc.). • Hiring of tents, chairs and tables • Rental of Mobile toilets • Hiring of Heavy Duty Equipment The documents outline below are mandatory in order to be eligible to participate: • A valid company Registration certicate • A valid Registration Certicate from a Local Authority Health Department or Ministry of Health & Social Services • An original valid good standing Ta Certicate • An original valid good standing Social Security Certicate • A valid Afrmative Action Compliance Certicate, proof from Employment Equity Commissioner that bidder is not a relevant employer, or eemption issued in terms of Section of the Afrmative Action Act, • A written undertaking as contemplated in section () of the Labour Act, • A certicate indicating SME Statue (for Bids reserved for SMEs) The Public Entity shall have the rights to: (a) Ask clarications at evaluating company prole and (b) Reect all company proles, if the above-mentioned is not adhered to. (c) Due to security reasons, some services may require vetting CLOSING DATE : Friday, 30 June 2017 @ 11:00 NB Namibian football still touch-and-go (NFA), has made it its sole province to shamelessly expose its vulnerability or rather serial indiscretion at the slightest provocation. Namibia’s failure to send a team to the Cosafa Youth Cup in Mauritius is a slap in the face of the country’s inhabitants and a total disgrace to the oath of our beloved land of the brave. Do I need to remind the powers that be at Football House that the decision to pull the team out of the youth tourney was poorly thought, inconsiderable and a grave error of judgement that is tantamount to treason. As much as yours truly has sympathy with the association’s precarious financial dilemma, and I seriously mean it from the bottom of my heart, the shoddy fashion in which our learned colleagues at Football House clumsily surrendered their distinct honour as cup holders to defend the title raises : Submission of profiles are to be submitted in sealed envelopes and should be submitted and delivered at the office of the Chief Executive officer, 1st Floor, Municipal Offices, c/o Rakotoka Street & Daniel Kamho Avenue, Swakopmund. ENQUIRIES : Annalize Swart E-MAIL: pmu@swkmun.com.na TEL: - Notice No. : 32/2017 M P C Swarts Acting Chief Executive Officer serious questions and suspicion. That said, yours truly yesterday had the honour of being present when the NFA delegation paid a courtesy call at State House to brief the head of state on the latest developments in domestic football. Geingob made no secret that he is not exactly impressed with the way disputes are handled in the corridors of local football. In no uncertain terms he told those entrusted to administer the game to get their ducks in the row. Evidently, NFA president Frans Mbidi tried all the tricks in the book of tricks to play the blame game in the absence of his rivals (NPL Interim Committee) but his presentation left more questions than answers. The northern businessman won himself very few friends, if any, when he boastfully claimed there are no big clubs in Namibian football, castigating the ostensible bad behaviour by the traditional Katutura big four – African Stars, Black Africa, Orlando Pirates and Tigers. My humble advice to Mbidi is that his trying to belittle well-established football entities in order to score some cheap political points is doing more harm than good to football. Only a fool would argue against the naked reality that these four clubs indeed form the nucleus of Namibian football. With all due respect to my learned colleague and those who dismiss the aggrieved clubs’ elite status, they must think twice – honestly, what’s Namibian football without the Katutura big four? Well, I do agree 100 percent that nobody is bigger than football but alas, have we not seen enough and learnt by now from the impact of these teams, lest we forget the lukewarm interest in the ongoing Debmarine Cup? I’m just wondering. Can you imagine telling the English that EPL heavyweights Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United are in the same class as Leicester, West Ham, Everton and Southampton? Let us be careful and jealously guard against the democratic fallacy because football is not politics. We should not use majority opinion as a reliable source of truth guiding us to every solution. For instance, an airline pilot faced with the decision of whether to make an emergency landing because of bad weather conditions would be gravely ill-advised to allow passengers to vote on the issue. I rest my case.

42 SPORT Friday, June 16 2017 | NEW ERA OMUTHIYA TOWN COUNCIL PROCUREMENT COMMITTE Request for sealed quotations 1. Procurement Ref: G/RFSQ/OMU/01/2017 Descriptions: Document availability: Bid document Price: Bidding documents: Supply and Delivery of Dustbins to Omuthiya Town Council. 19 May 2017, Friday, 10h00 Closing date: Friday, 24 June 2017, 11h00 N$ 200. 00, payable by bank guaranteed Cheque only or bank transfer into the Omuthiya Town Council Bank Account: FNB, Account number: 62231578610, Omuthiya Branch OR pay cash at Cashier No.1 at Omuthiya Town Council Offices. The bidding Documents must be submitted in a closed envelope, clearly marked the procurement reference number and company name at the Procurement Box at the Omuthiya Town Council office before or on 16 June 2017, 11h00. No faxed or emailed document will be accepted. CANCELLED Contact Person: Ms. Martha N. Nuugonya, Tel: 065 – 244700/14 Delivery Address: The Procurement unit Procurement Box Omuthiya Procurement Committee Omuthiya Town Council P.O. Box 19262, Omuthiya Weekend Sport Fixtures and Notices World Rugby Nations Cup Namibia vs Russia (Montevideo, Uruguay - Sunday, 18 June 2017) SuperSport Rugby Challenge (Currie Cup) Namibia (second stringers) vs Pumas (Hage Geingob Stadium, Windhoek -Saturday, 17 June 2017) Rugby Premier League Wanderers vs Unam (Wanderers Stadium, Windhoek - Saturday, 17 June 2017 at 15h15) Reho Falcon vs Walvis Bay (Reho Falcons Stadium, Rehoboth - Saturday, 17 June 2017 at 15h15) United vs Western Suburbs (United Stadium, Windhoek - Saturday, 17 June 2017 at 15h15) Rehoboth vs Kudus (Rehoboth Stadium, Rehoboth - Saturday, 17 June 2017 at 15h15) WBO Africa Middleweight title fight (World Title Eliminator) Walter ‘Executioner’ Kautondokwa vs Obodai Sai (Accra, Ghana - Friday, 16 June 2017) VACANCY The following vacancy has become available at Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb THE POSITION: COORDINATOR DIGITAL MEDIA ROLE ACCOUNTABILITIES: The incumbent will report to the Communications Manager and be accountable for: • Monitoring and evaluating the Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb brand performance on digital media. • Increasing awareness of the company on identified digital platforms: updating, maintaining and publishing on the Company website. • Implementing innovative media campaigns. • Sharing media releases with journalists to secure online coverage. • Coordinating social media campaigns, such as competitions. • Graphics design, desktop publishing, editing digital media, designing page layouts using electronic publishing software as per Dundee’s Graphic Standard Manual. • Developing and maintaining good customer relations with internal and external clients. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: • A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in marketing, communications related fields. • A minimum of 4 years working experience in Communications, Public Relations or Graphics Design. • Must have supervisory skills. • Good communication and interpersonal skills. • Proven proficiency in social media platforms. • Excellent customer relations and service excellence knowledge. • Exceptional organization and graphics design skills. • Computer literacy (Microsoft Office package, Layout and design, Adobe CS, Photoshop, Corel draw and Graphic Suite). • Should be creative, innovative and techno savvy. • A high level of professionalism and sound analytical skills. • A valid code B Driver’s License. All applications meeting minimum requirements must be accompanied by a detailed curriculum vitae, certified copies of qualifications and ID documents, which are non-returnable. Only short listed candidates will be contacted. Shortlisted candidates will be requested to submit and present a portfolio of work they have produced in the past such as: adverts, brochures, newsletters to the interview panel. Please forward applications to: The Human Resources Department Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb P.O. Box 936, Tsumeb Or Fax: 088 652 4436 Or Email: dpmtsumeb@dundeeprecious.com CLOSING DATE: 30 June 2017 Dundee Precious Metals Tsumeb is an Equal Opportunity Employer MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES DIRECTORATE OF SPECIAL PROGRAMMES NATIONAL VECTOR-BORNE DISEASES CONTROL PROGRAMME VACANCY Post Designation: Senior Administrative Assistant, Grade 11 1 x Post: Windhoek Salary: N$ 13,384.04 per month, cost-to-company Duration: 1 year, renewable Responsibilities: ne ouoin n incoin counicion fro e C eues uoions n ne orniion of worsos n conferences s reuese ne bue n rel reuess rere ens, e inues, n rere reors of rore eeins s reuese erfor enr n clenin of lri . Minimum requirements: re 12 cerifice or euilen ulificion on eel lus 2 ers eerience Advantages: celors eree in rele fiel neres or eerience in ublic el or isese sureillnce erience nin bue reuess n followin finncil n buer uielines Closing date: FRIDAY, 30 JUNE 2017 Enquiries: r. erin . usiu, Cief eicl Officer ionl ecorborne iseses Conrol rore, Tel 26 61 20 21 Applications to be hand delivered to: Ministry of Health and Social Services Directorate of Special Programmes TB/Malaria Building, Room L6, Windhoek

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