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New Era Newspaper Friday April 6, 2018

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28 ADVERT Friday, March 23 2018| NEW ERA March 2018 BULLETIN Growth at Nkurenkuru Campus Surpasses Expectations From left: Dr. Mpasi Katewa, Regional Chief Executive- Kavango West Region, Mr. Gerry Munyama, Director of Marketing, Communication and Public Relations at IUM, the Majesty King of Ukwangali Traditional Authority, Hompa Eugen Siwombe Kudumo, Dr. Naftal Ngalangi, Nkurenkuru Campus Director and Dr. Demus Makuwa , Acting Pro Vice-Chancellor for Administration and Management T the 2018 academic year. The newly appointed Acting Pro Vice- Chancellor for Administration and Management at IUM, Dr. Demus In his keynote address, Dr. Makuwa said that the phenomenal without the hard work, commitment, cooperation, and collaboration of many IUM partners and stakeholders. He thanked the government, Knowledge Ambassadors Project Launched The IUM Library recently launched the IUM- Knowledge Ambassadors Project. The project was implemented in partnership with Emerald Publishing in South Africa and aimed at developing information-literate library users – precisely students, as well as creating awareness of available library resources and services, and promoting their usage. Knowledge Ambassadors in general, are student volunteers who are passionate about library services and resources and zealous to promote the same to their peers. Through the knowledge imparted Ambassadors would in turn create awareness of the library services and them on how to use library resources, empower them with search skills – all to promote the use of authentic information resources. The project also equips students with necessary information skills that, in addition to assisting them in exceling in their academics, will help to make them lifelong learners. The Knowledge Ambassadors Project was piloted at the Dorado Park Main Campus Library since April 2017. It started with 10 students and has grown in leaps and bounds since then. the Kavango West Regional Council in particular for providing an enabling environment for IUM to play a meaningful role in the socio-economic development of the region at large. Established in 2015 with less than 100 students who attended classes in rented facilities, this year the Campus has registered over 500 students who programmes. response to the growing demand for higher education in the Kavango regions and other a landmark in the socio-economic development of the Kavango West Region in the sense that higher education services have been brought to the door steps of the people of this region. Bringing higher education to the door steps of the people who needed it most meant the previous challenges of long distances to the nearest higher education institutions and the transport costs had been alleviated. The campus has thus become a relief to many students and parents. In addition, the presence of the state-of-the-art campus is also contributing to the local economic activities by creating employment opportunities and availing conference facilities in the community. This year, the University will continue to invest and to a list of countries in Africa with similar projects such as Botswana, South Africa, Kenya, and Swaziland. which thus boosts the image of the University. for students. Knowledge Ambassadors will get opportunities to compete with other Knowledge Ambassadors in Africa from countries such as Botswana, South Africa, Kenya, and Swaziland. of the Year will be chosen every year and awarded a scholarship by Emerald Publishing. Other assistance from Emerald Publishing for the Knowledge Ambassadors includes training and materials such as banners, t-shirts, caps and brochures. The project is open to all students who are active library users and are willing and have time to partake training of peers. Another criterion for being a Knowledge Ambassador is that students should be in be willing to train and educate others. Following the pilot study at the Dorado Park Main Campus Library, plans are underway to roll out the Knowledge Ambassador Project to other IUM campuses. Campuses with relevant facilities, equipment and other measures that are aimed at ensuring improved quality of education service delivery at the campus. One such development is the on-going student population. Another new development is the provision of video conferencing services which the University has recently acquired. This will enable a direct link of live lecture sessions the learning environment and service delivery completion of the remaining phases of the facilities for both male and female students are also underway. The event was graced by the Majesty King of Ukwangali Traditional Authority, Hompa Eugen Siwombe Kudumo who highlighted that the traditional authority opened doors for students from low-income families to expressed his appreciation to IUM for From left: Ms. Lucy Kiana, IUM Librarian and Mr. Sibu Zondi, Regional Manager of Emerald Publishing in Sub – Saharan Africa the Knowledge Ambassadors A group of some of the Knowledge Ambassadors A UNIVERSITY DEDICATED TO ITS PEOPLE’S FUTURE

Friday, April 6 2018 | NEW ERA ADVERTS 29 MUNICIPALITY OF SWAKOPMUND REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA MINISTRY OF SAFETY AND SECURITY NAMIBIAN CORRECTIONAL SERVICE Division: Pharmaceutical Services Post designation: Post: Salary Scale: N$ 220 828 – 283 911 Salary Notch N$ 220 828 per annum Minimum Requirements An appropriate National Diploma at NQF L6 plus registration with the Namibia Pharmacy Council or authorization by the Minister to practice as pharmacist in Namibia, plus 3 years’ experience. Responsibilities not limited to: • • Facilities • Stock management • Ensure Quality Assurance • plan • • • • • • CANCELLED • The CLOSING DATE: 23 FEBRUARY 2018 Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and no documents will be returned. LEASE OF A PORTION OF LAND OPPOSITE ERF 228 C, SWAKOPMUND TO ERECT A WOODEN STRUCTURE Notice is hereby given in terms of the provisions of Section 63 (2) of the Local Authorities Act, (Act 23 of 1992), as amended, that the Municipal Council of Swakopmund intends to lease a portion of land (pavement area) located opposite Erf 228 C, Swakopmund, measuring approximately 42m² to Lumeris Investment Twenty Seven CC to erect a wooden structure to accommodate a travel agency Messrs Lumeris Investment Twenty Seven CC will lease a portion of land (±42 m²) for the purpose of tourism information, bookings of tourism activities, Full particulars of the above lease transaction will lie for inspection in Room BO – 22 A, between 07:30 - 16:00 weekdays until Friday, 20 April 2018. Contact person is Ms A Uushona at Any person objecting to the proposed lease may lodge such objections in writing, duly motivated, to the Acting 24 April 2018 The objection must be made by delivering a hard supplying a return postal address and telephone Enquiries: MsA Uushona E-mail: auushona@swkmun.com.na Fax: 088 614 514 Notice No: 11 / 2018 M P C SWARTS ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER TALK TO US & Festus Goseb Sales & Marketing Manager Victoria Shikongo Sales & Marketing Executive Desiree Williams Sales & Marketing Executive Asnat Mbaundja Sales & Marketing Executive Stephina Luoke Sales & Marketing Executive Cordilia Sibalatani Sales & Marketing Executive Loyde Meroro Sales & Marketing Executive Bernadette Nyambe Sales & Marketing Executive Contact us: Tel: +264 61 208 08 00 Email: sales@nepc.com.na Wanna boost your sales during tough economic times? #TalkToUs

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