8 ADVERT Friday, August 18 2017| NEW ERA MUNICIPALITY OF SWAKOPMUND INTENTION TO SELL ERVEN 7067 AND 7068, EXTENSION 26, SWAKOPMUND Notice is hereby given in terms of the provisions of Section 63 (2) of the Local Authorities Act 23 of 1992, as amended, that the Municipal Council of Swakopmund intends to sell the following erven situated in Extension 26, Swakopmund to Messrs HW Investments (Pty) Ltd by way of private transaction. Erf No Size 7067 4 503 m² 7068 4 389 m² ORANJEMUND TOWN COUNCIL PROCUREMENT COMMITTEE INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATIONS OPEN ADVERTISED NATIONAL BIDDING EoI No: G/W/SC/NCS-ONB-ORTC-01-2017 REQUEST FOR THE SUBMISSION OF COMPANY PROFILES FOR THE CREATION OF THE SUPPLIERS ELIGIBILITY LIST FOR THE PROVISION OF GOODS, WORKS, CONSULTANCY AND NON-CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO THE ORANJEMUND TOWN COUNCIL The abovementioned erven are to be rezoned from “General Residential 2” to “General Business”. Objections Full particulars of the above sale will lie for inspection by interested persons at the Main Municipal Office Building, Room BO-22A, between 07:30 – 16:00 weekdays until Friday, 01 September 2017. Contact persons: Ms M Sheehama at 064 – 4104213 Any person objecting to the proposed sale may lodge such objections in writing, duly motivated, to the Acting Chief Executive Officer, not later than 12:00 on Tuesday, 05 September 2017. Take note that no objection via email will be considered. The objection must be made by a hard copy to the office of the Chief Executive Officer and supplying a return postal address and telephone number. NOTICE NO 38 /2017 VACANCY MPC Swarts ACTING CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Position : Manager: Internal Audit Reporting to : Statistician-General (administratively) Finance & Audit Board Committee (functionally) The incumbent will be responsible for the strategic and operational management of the internal audit function by providing an independent, effective, and risk-based internal audit service, and to provide assurance to the Board in terms of governance at organisational level and to report on compliance. Please consult the NSA’s website www.nsa.org.na for more a detailed vacancy advertisement DUE DATE: 28 AUGUST 2017 Namibia Statistics Agency, P. O. Box 2133, Windhoek, FGI House, Post Street Mall +264 61 431 3200 www.nsa.org.na Namibia Statistics Agency For the purpose of applying Section 31 of the Public Procurement Act, 2015 (Act No. 15 of 2015), Oranjemund Town Council hereby invites interested entities incorporated in Namibia to participate in the open advertised invitation for pre-qualifications for the provision of goods, works, consultancy and non-consultancy services to Oranjemund Town Council as prescribed in Section 28 of the Public Procurement Act, 2015 (Act No. 15 of 2015). The short –term objective of this invitation for prequalifications is to cause Oranjemund Town Council to draw up the first legitimate pre-approved supplier eligibility list in terms of the provisions of Regulation 14 of the Public Procurement Act, 2015 (Act No. 15 of 2015). This list will progressively be updated as further eligible suppliers apply for inclusion to the list in accordance with the legislation. Pre-approved suppliers will remain on the list subject to Section 68 of the Public Procurement Act, 2015 (Act No. 15 of 2015). Subject to the provision of the Choices of procurement methods as stipulated in Part 5 (Section 27-38) of the Act Council will, on an ad-hoc basis, be inviting suppliers from this pre-approved list to participate in the bids that best meets their business or trading activities, and for which they are deemed eligible at any point in time. Local companies are encouraged to participate in this expression of interest. All participating entities are required to: • Indicate the type of goods, work and services that they would want to be considered for the provision of procurement service to Oranjemund Town Council. All goods, works and services expressed interest for should correspond with the nature of the business activities stated in the founding statement. • Request a soft copy of an Expression of Interest Form from our office (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org) 1. GOODS 1.1 Office Supplies: 1.1.1 Cleaning Materials & Equipment 1.1.2 Office furniture 1.1.3 Computer equipment and related goods 1.1.4 Newspapers, periodicals, books & other media publicity materials 1.1.5 Cellular phones, pads and electronic accessories 1.1.6 Corporate gifts 1.1.7 Stationery 1.1.8 IT Infrastructure 1.2 Clothing Supplies: 1.2.1 Personal Protective Clothing 1.2.2 Corporate Wear 1.3 Water & Sewerage: 1.3.1 Pumps & spares 1.3.2 Plumbing materials and fittings 1.3.3 Conventional & Pre-paid water meters, Valves and fittings 1.3.4 Electrical motors 1.3.5 Chemicals, Chlorine cylinders & Chlorination equipment 1.4 Automotive Supplies: 1.4.1 Heavy Construction Equipment spare parts 1.4.2 Small Engine Equipments & power tools 1.4.3 Light Delivery Vehicle spare parts 1.4.4 Heavy Plant & Equipment 1.4.5 Light Delivery Vehicles 1.4.6 Fuel, Oil & Lubricants 1.4.7 Tyres, rims and accessories 1.5 Roads, parks, stormwater & building supplies: 1.5.1 Prefabricated Concrete Products (kerbs, guide blocks) 1.5.2 Various building materials & accessories 1.5.3 Prefabricated concrete tables & benches 1.5.4 Prefabricated pipe & box culverts 1.5.5 Gravel & building sand 1.5.6 Plastic speed humps 1.5.7 Bituminous Products 1.5.8 Road signs & studs 1.5.9 Road name signs & related accessories 1.5.10 Course Aggregates & Masonry Products 1.6 Electrical supplies 1.6.1 Electricity cables and tools 1.6.2 Transformers and mini-subs 1.6.3 Electricity meters and fittings 1.7 Health & Cleaning services 1.7.1 Refuse bins 1.7.2 Skip containers 1.7.3 Hygiene related materials 1.7.4 Pole bins 2. CONSULTANCY SERVICES 2.1 Technical & Scientific: 2.1.1 Architecture Services 2.1.1 Quantity Surveying Services 2.1.2 Civil/Structural Engineering Services 2.1.3 Electrical & Mechanical Engineering Services 2.1.4 Environmental Management services 2.1.5 Geotechnical Engineering 2.1.6 Transportation & Traffic Engineering 2.1.7 Town Planning Services 2.1.8 Water Resource Management services 2.1.9 Property Valuations 2.1.10 Agronomics 2.1.11 Geomatics 2.2 Corporate: 2.2.1 Corporate capacity building 2.2.2 Technical capacity building 2.2.3 Debt Collection 2.2.4 Conveyancing 2.2.5 Auctioning 2.2.6 Marketing 2.2.7 Business 2.2.8 Legal 3. NON-CONSULTANCY SERVICES 3.1 Small Engine Equipment and Power Tools Hire 3.2 Heavy Construction Plant & Equipment Hire 3.3 Events Management & Decorations 3.4 Hospitality & catering services 3.5 Horticulture & landscaping 3.6 Design, Branding & Printing services 3.7 Information Technology (IT) services 3.8 Photocopier Rental 3.9 Conference facilities 3.10 Fire extinguishers services 3.11 Refuse Removal services 3.12 Vending solutions 3.13 Municipal Management solutions/systems (Financial, inventory etc.) 3.14 Short training and workshops 3.15 Cash-in transit 3.16 Entertainment 3.17 Insurance services 3.18 Car Wash services 3.19 Car Hire services 3.20 Cleaning & laundry services 3.21 Security services (access control, alarm systems and surveillance cameras) 3.22 Rental of mobile toilets 3.23 Laboratory services 3.24 Auto Mechanics 3.25 Cemetery management services 3.26 Advertising services 3.27 Stamps and postal services 3.28 Transport, Air Travel and Delivery services 4. WORKS 4.1 Building construction & maintenance 4.2 Road construction, rehabilitation & maintenance 4.3 Engineering services (water, sewer & electricity networks) 4.4 Land & housing development 4.5 Installation of electrical meters 4.6 Electrical general services 4.7 Painting & waterproofing 4.8 Air-conditioning & Refrigeration 4.9 Plumbing 4.10 Fencing 4.11 Street cleaning & Sweeping 4.12 Parks and gardening services 4.13 Metalwork & fabrication 4.14 Carpentry & Joinery Compulsory documents to be submitted for this prequalification: • Certified copy of Company Registration Document (Founding Statement) • A copy of a valid good standing Certificate with Social Security Commission • A copy of a valid good standing Tax Certificate • A Certified copy of a valid Fitness Certificate with a Local Authority • A detailed Company Profile • A valid Affirmative Action Compliance Certificate, proof from the Employment Equity Commissioner that bidder is not a relevant employer, or exemption is issued in terms of Section 42 of the Affirmative Action Act, 1998; • A written undertaking as contemplated in Section 138 (2) of the Labour Act 2007; • A certificate indicating SME Status (for bids reserved for SME’s) The Public Entity shall have the rights to: 1. Ask for clarifications at evaluating the company profile; 2. Reject company profiles, if the above-mentioned is not adhered to; 3. Due to security reasons, some services may require vetting; Submission: Submissions should be made in sealed envelopes clearly marked: EoI No: G/W/SC/NCS-ONB-ORTC-01-2017 The Procurement Committee Oranjemund Town Council Po Box 178, Oranjemund To be hand-delivered or couriered to, and deposited in the Bid Box at: Oranjemund Town Council Head Offices Corner of 12th Street and 8th Avenue Validity period: The pre-approved supplier eligibility list created through this Expression of Interest (EoI) will be valid until the 30 June 2018. All interested parties are encouraged to apply at any time, but before the abovementioned date. Enquiries: Mr. Festus Nekayi, Tel: 063 – 233 500 MRS. VARONIQUE FORBES SECRETARY: PROCUREMENT COMMITTEE We supply the most innovative and cost-effective WHO approved HIV test kits. 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Friday, August 18 2017 | NEW ERA IN OTHER NEWS 9 Fine dining while watching a soccer match Something new… An Australian soccer fan has just redefined what to eat when watching a live soccer match at the sport stadium. Instead of guzzling insane amounts of beer, or whatever liquid one fancies, the Australian took with him an expensive platter of fine snacks: Cheese, avocado, bread and cured meats and apparently salmon. Complete with serving platters. And he proceeded to arrange the ensemble on his lap and snack on his fancy food while watching soccer in the open pavalion – not in the VIP booth. No, the pavilion. Squeezed in right there with other soccer aficionados. Of course the other fans couldn’t just understand this. So they took his picture, which went viral immediately. The man was watching a soccer match between the Melbourne Demons and St Kilda Football Club. “Demons fans bringing cheese platters,” tweeted the soccer fan who saw the unusual behaviour at a soccer match, Brendan Maloney. Later a person claiming to be a friend of the man in the photo posted a second picture to Reddit and offered more details of the fan’s feast, which was served on a wooden board and included a section of baguette, what appears to be a variety of blue cheese, avocado and cured meats. “He also has a whole salmon in his bag,” the redditor wrote. Winter wonderland… It was snowing on Thursday in the Eastern Cape, with 30 cm of snow reportedly covering a number of provinces in South Africa. The South African Weather Service sent out warnings for “disruptive snowfall”, and localised flooding was also expected along the Wild Coast and along the KwaZulu-Natal coastline. Twitter was flooded with pictures of snow-covered vehicles, trees and hills. Not to be outdone the Namibians too sent out pictures of Aus, in //Kharas Region, covered in snow. Namibian WhatsApp aficionados – Namibians tend to rely on WhatsApp – posted pictures of snow also covering the //Kharas mountain range nearly 1,270 kilometres from the Eastern Cape. In the photos is the Eastern Cape R58 route at Barkly East covered in snow, and the picture circulating on WhatsApp of the snow-covered Aus tourism information office in //Kharas Region, Namibia. Photos: Traffic SA Twitter and contributed Backfired… Politician Pauline Hanson wearing her Burqa. ustralian MP reprimanded or wearing burqa An Australian lawmaker caused commotion and was rebuked by her fellow politicians on Thursday when she rocked up at senate chamber wearing a black burqa. The politician, Pauline Hanson, was trying to make a point that the country ban the wearing of burqa in public places, citing national security concerns. But her stunt backfired. Hanson, the leader of Australia’s rightwing One Nation party, was made to strip off her burqa after fierce protests from her fellow politicians right there in the chambers. The burqa is a long, loose garment covering the whole body from head to feet, and is worn in public by women in many strict Muslim countries. It is considered a religious garment and adherent followers of the Muslim faith wear it in public. Australia has over a half a million Australian Muslim nationals. The leader of the government in the Senate, the attorney general George Brandis, told the One Nation leader the ruling Coalition had no intention of banning the burqa. In remarks that secured him a standing ovation from the opposition Labour party, and the Greens party, as well as other crossbench senators, Brandis warned Hanson against indulging in behaviour that Muslim Australians would find offensive. “Senator Hanson, no, we will not be banning the burqa,” Brandis told the Senate on Thursday. “Senator Hanson, I’m not going to pretend to ignore the stunt that you have tried to pull today by arriving in the chamber dressed in a burqa when we all know you are not an adherent of the Islamic faith. “I would caution you and counsel you, Senator Hanson, with respect, to be very, very careful of the offence you may do to the religious sensibilities of other Australians.” – Guardian.