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New Era Newspaper Friday September 29, 2017


20 ADVERT Friday, September 29 2017| NEW ERA Conference 7 th IPM Annual “Leading in Turbulent Times” 16 th & 17 th OCTOBER 2017 Venue: Safari Court Hotel, Windhoek, Namibia DAY 1 | Mon, 16 Oct 2017 Conference Hall 08:00 - 08:15 | Foyer Registration, tea & coffee DAY 2 | Tues, 17 Oct 2017 Conference Hall 07h30- 08h00 | Exhibition Hall Tea and Coffee 08:00 - 08:10 | Platinum Sponsor Welcoming Remarks 08h00 - 08h40 | Louise Shixwameni / Office of Prime Minister Leaders Without Titles 08h10 - 08h20| Hon. Leon Jooste / Minister of Public Enterprises Official Opening Remarks 08h30- 09h20 | Nene Molefi /MD Mandata Molefi HR Consultants The Leadership Architecture in Turbulent Times 09h30 - 10h20 | Yvonne Le-Roux / MD Elite Employment Pre-Employment Background Screening-An Effective Approach 11h00 - 11h50 | Patrick Sam - Facilitator Panel Discussion: SME Bank-Lessons Learned 12h00 - 12h50 | Sigi Lange / Managing Consultant Capacity Trust Free for Success in Turbulence 14h10 - 14h50 | Tarah Shaanika / CEO NCCI Corruption in Business-Its Consequences 15h00 - 15h20 | Exhibition Hall Tea break 15h30- 16h20 | Pat Smythe /Executive Chairman Emergence Growth Identifying & Retaining Top Talent 10h30 - 10h50 | Exhibition Hall Tea break 13h00- 14h00 | Exhibition Hall Lunch break 09h00 - 09h50 | Rosalia Martins - Hausiku / CEO MVA Our People Recipe for Success 10h30 - 10h50 | Exhibition Hall Tea break 10h30 - 11h10 | Max Weylandt /Research Associate IPPR SOE Governance in Namibia-Will a Hybrid system work? 11h20 - 12h20 | Patrick Sam - Facilitator Panel Discussion: Corporate Governance in SOE’s-Does it Exist? 13h00- 14h00 | Exhibition Hall Lunch break 13h40 - 14h20 | Suta Kavari / National Planning Commission NDP5-An Overview, How HR can Contribute 10h30 - 10h50 | Exhibition Hall Tea break 14h50 - 15h40 | Lynette Ntuli / CEO - Innate Investment Solutions TBA 15h40-16h00 | Tim Ekandjo / IPM President Summary of Conference Resolutions IPM Excellence Awards Gala Dinner | Hilton Hotel | Windhoek TUES, 17 OCT 2017 18h30 for 19h00-21h00 IPM members N00 Non-members N00 Exhibitors IPM Members N00 & Non-Members N00 Contact: Rosina Steenkamp @ 061-280 2418

Friday, September 29 2017| NEW ERA ADVERT 21 An Aerial Overview October 2017 Air Namibia (Pty) Limited which trades as Air Namibia, is the national airline of the Republic of Namibia. Our mission is to provide air transport services, promote tourism and encourage business investment in Namibia. Through this monthly newsletter, we will keep you updated. DELIVERING NAMIBIA TO THE WORLD AND THE WORLD TO NAMIBIA AIR NAMIBIA OFFERS 53 FLIGHTS WEEKLY TO SOUTH AFRICA From To Per Week Windhoek Johannesburg 21 Windhoek Cape Town 14 Windhoek Durban 4 Walvis Bay Johannesburg 7 Walvis Bay Cape Town 7 for logistical support in one of these forms to either import or export goods. Globally air freight services are a great enabler for economic development. It is estimated that the global air cargo industry is accountable for transporting roughly 35% of all international trade. in the world it needs to go. At Air Namibia, our Freight services offers transport of perishable consignments, live animals, motor vehicles, household goods and other diverse commodities. We have considerable experience in handling Valuable Cargo, Dangerous Goods, Perishable and Wet Cargo, Live Animals Weapons, Ammunition and Explosives Weapons and Human Remains, no matter how big or small your cargo consignment is, be it the size of an envelope to an outsized consignment, we will deliver it from anywhere in the world through our multilateral network partners. the obvious one of course. Often speed is of the essence when transporting goods. Logistics chains and manufacturing processes are based upon companies receiving their goods when they need them. So, it’s no good to ship something to Europe by sea, if it needs to be there within 48 hours. It’s the leave a day and within one or two connections the precious point of origin being Namibia. The aviation industry offers a tremendously high level of security which has the capability to considerably cut the risk of damage or theft while in transit. So, even Namibia’s precious diamonds are transported as air freight. The clients secure in the knowledge that it is totally safe and secure. Air Namibia Freight services rules and regulations for cargo and the cargo terminals appropriate storage. The Freight services has a process that ensures the content of documentation (Airwaybill) used directly in the conduct and support of cargo operations. This means your goods won’t get lost along the Accra way and reach their destination adhering to all the necessary rules and regulations of Namibia as well as the destination country. In Namibia air freight is important in enabling trade between Namibia and the rest of the world. A well-developed and high quality cargo infrastructure (platform) is therefore needed in order for the emerging Namibia’s economy to compete globally and attain the much desired sustainable economic growth. This is the gap that Air delivers a feeling of passion and pride in the national carrier, it further brings with it the much-needed jobs and foreign exchange revenue to the country. Air freight not only delivers the world, but it helps grow and accelerate development in the Land of the Brave. To make your booking, kindly contact Gloria Hijarunguru at or Darius Tjombonde at Route Network for 2017 / 18 Lagos Luanda Walvis Bay Lusaka Katima Ondangwa Rundu Mulilo Victoria Falls Harare Windhoek to Frankfurt and beyond Gaborone BOOK NOW! Telephone: +264 61 299 6111 E-mail: Book & Pay Online: Booking 10+ or your preferred travel agent Corporate Communications Contact: P.O. Box 731, Windhoek Tel: +264 61 299 6216/ 6270 Fax: +264 61 299 6217 Email: Luderitz Oranjemund Cape Town Johannesburg Durban

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