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New Era Newspaper Monday April 9, 2018

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20 SPORT Monday, April 9 2018 | NEW ERA Jose Mourinho looked back on a Manchester United triumph that befitted a great club’s finest traditions of heart and spirit on Saturday and declared that the comeback win which denied Manchester City the title showed why they deserved more respect. The United boss and his club were staring at potential humiliation at halftime in their neighbours’ jubilant den, after being hopelessly outclassed at 2-0 down and looking bereft of ideas at how to stop Pep Guardiola’s side running rings round them. Yet, after an astonishing resurgence led by a previously somnolent Paul Pogba scoring twice and Chris Smalling volleying the winner in the 3-2 win, Mourinho was quick to reflect on the criticism he and his We deserve more respect - Mourinho side have received this season. Often subject to unflattering comparisons with Guardiola’s dazzling team and their expansive approach, Mourinho evidently felt this was the moment for the critics to give United their proper due. “We deserve a bit more respect than people give,” he told the BBC. “I think we are a bit better that what people think. The players are a bit better than what people think and I am a bit better than what people think. “We’re not as bad as people say we are. What we will try to prove is that we’re the second best team in the country.” His United side had handed out City’s first league defeat at the Etihad since December 2016 when Chelsea won there and the victory leaves them in a powerful position to finish second in the league. They are now four points ahead of third-placed Liverpool and fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur yet Mourinho, whose relations with Guardiola have not always been so cordial, was happy to acknowledge how his rival had fashioned worthy champions-elect. “Of course they (City) are frustrated because they wanted to do it today, but I congratulate them for the title because they are going to win -- and deservedly,” Mourinho said. “They deserve the title because they don’t give anyone else a chance.” He reckoned he had not been interested in playing the role of ultimate party-pooper but just wanted the three crucial points to help ensure Champions League football next season. “We did not come here today to top their party. Our challenge is to finish second and this was a very important result for us because we needed mathematically six points to finish in the top four,” said Mourinho. –Supersport.com ERONGO REGIONAL COUNCIL DIRECTORATE OF EDUCATION, ARTS AND CULTURE APPLICATIONS ARE HEREBY INVITED FOR THE FOLLOWING TEACHING VACANCIES: PROFFESIONALLY QUALIFIED TEACHERS APPOINTMENT REQUIREMENTS AND GRADE, SALARY E.T.C POST DESCRIPTION GRADING SALARY SCALE (N$) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Teacher F 8 220 828 – 263 911 A recognized 4-year tertiary teaching qualification NQA Level 7 Teacher E 9 180 505 – 216 499 A recognized 3-year tertiary teaching qualification on NQA Level 6 UN-QUALIFIED AND PROFFESIONALLY UNDER-QUALIFIED TEACHERS (APPOINTMENT ON CONTRACT AND IN A TEMPORARY CAPACITY) Teacher D 10 147 485 - 176 895 A Grade 12 Certificate or Equivalent plus 2 years tertiary teaching training Teacher C 11 122 965 - 147 485 A Grade 12 Certificate or Equivalent plus 1 years tertiary teaching training Teacher B 12 99 633 - 119 501 A Grade 12 Certificate or equivalent Teacher A 13 72 556 - 94 349 A Grade 10 Certificate or equivalent SCHOOL WALVIS BAY CIRCUIT AREA OF SPECIALIZATION Tutaleni HS Afrikaans Gr 8-12 Kuisebmund PS Pre Primary English as Medium of Instruction Narraville PS Mathematics Grade 7 & Afrikaans Grade 5 SWAKOPMUND CIRCUIT Tamariskia PS NSHE Festus !Gonteb PS Mathematics and Natural Science & Health Education Gr. 4-7; Be able to teach Arts Gr. 4-7 Namib HS Westside HS Westside HS Westside HS Swakopmund PS Swakopmund PS German First Language UB Dax PS Afrikaans Grade 4-7 UB Dax PS Swakopmund PS Swakopmund PS Grade 1 Class Teaching with English as First Language and be able to teach Afrikaans Grade 3 Class Teaching with English as First Language and be able to teach Afrikaans Physical Science NSSCH with degree majoring in Physics and Chemistry Grade 2 Class Teaching, English Medium of instruction. Able to teach Afrikaans Pre-Primary, English Medium of Instruction Class Teaching Grade 1, English Medium of Instruction Class Teaching Grade 2: English Medium of Instruction. Must be able to teach Afrikaans Pre-Primary, English Medium of Instruction Tamariskia PS Natural Science and Health Education Grade 5 Application for employment form 156043 and Health Questionnaire 156094 with original certified copies of qualification (s) and academic records/transcript of qualification (s), Identity Document, Recent testimonials of 2016/17/18 and CV. All foreign qualifications must be accompanied by an evaluation report from NQA. All serving staff should send their application through their respective Human Resources under cover of the prescribed form Z0/352(1). Failure to complete all items on the application form for employment and not attaching necessary documents will disqualify the application. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and no documents will be send back. SEND APPLICATIONS ON PRESCRIBED FORMS TO: OR HAND DELIVERY THE REGIONAL DIRECTOR OFFICE NO. 124 ERONGO REGIONAL COUNCIL REGIONAL OFFICE DIRECTORATE OF EDUCATION, ARTS & CULTURE PRIVATE BAG 5024 SWAKOPMUND For enquiries: Justina O. Kapolo, 064 41 05 000 CLOSING DATE: 20 th APRIL 2018 AT 17H00 Set as ever… American boxing heavyweight sensation Deontay Wilder ‘Wilder will come to UK for Joshua clash’ Deontay Wilder is ready to travel across the Atlantic to face Britain’s Anthony Joshua in a bout to determine the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, the American’s co-manager said. Joshua called out Wilder immediately after a 12-round points win over New Zealand’s Joseph Parker in Cardiff on Saturday that saw him add the World Boxing Organisation belt to the International Boxing Federation and World Boxing Association titles he already held. That win, his first professional success that did not come by way of knockout, saw London 2012 gold medallist Joshua extend his unbeaten record in the paid ranks to 21 wins from as many bouts. But that still leaves World Boxing Council champion Wilder, unbeaten in 40 professional contests. Eddie Hearn, Joshua’s promoter, insisted after the Parker fight that Wilder’s camp “don’t want” a unification bout. But Shelly Finkel, Wilder’s comanager, told Britain’s Daily Telegraph newspaper on Monday: “We are really glad that Anthony Joshua said for the first time ‘I will fight Deontay next...’ and we believe he is a man of his word. Deontay accepts the challenge. “We want to make it public that Deontay wants the fight...Deontay is ready to sign and come to the UK to fight this summer.” Finkel said he would be prepared for the fight to go ahead at London’s 90 000-capacity Wembley Stadium. “Assuming it will be Wembley Stadium in the summer, we are ready, and if they are ready as they say they are, we want to get it done. We want the fight, they want the fight, the public wants the fight. There is nothing to stop it going ahead.” Finkel, a veteran of the boxing scene, added: “When I had (Mike) Tyson and (Evander) Holyfield, I picked up the phone. That’s all we need to do here. We are ready. Let’s make the fight.” Hearn, speaking after Joshua’s unanimous points defeat of Parker, said: “I will present the deal to Anthony but it has to be the right deal. “It’s not really about Wilder, it is about us. We will sit down over the next couple of weeks and plan out the rest of 2018. It’s his (Joshua’s) call on how many times he wants to fight this year.” – Nampa/AFP

Monday, April 9 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 21 Tough battle… Action between Namibia’s Brave Gladiators and the Mighty Warriors of Zimbabwe during their match on Thursday night at the Sam Nujoma Stadium. Photo: Nampa Gladiators stumble against Zim Warriors WINDHOEK The Mighty Warriors of Zimbabwe sank their Namibian counterparts, the Brave Gladiators 2-0 in Windhoek on Thursday night to move one step closer to the next round of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) qualifiers. The first round, first leg of the 2018 CAF Women’s Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, was played at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in Katutura. In a match that saw a handful of supporters cheering on the players, the visitors dominated play, taking only 22 minutes to open the scoring. Gladiators goalkeeper Melisa Matheus was left with no choice as a strike from outside the box by Marjory Nyaumwe was too hard for her to save. With Zimbabwe in the lead, the Namibians stepped it up a notch with Spain-based striker Zenatha Coleman bringing her A game to her beloved Gladiators, but to her disappointment she was a level above her fellow players, who could not match her standards. Coleman created two scoring chances from free kicks in the 33rd and 36th minutes, but her efforts went to waste as her teammates could not capitalise on it. The half-time score was 0-1 for the visitors. In the second half, the Warriors came out the stronger outfit, dominating play in all positions. Substitute Mavis Chirandu’s combination with Nyaumwe was too hard for the Namibian players to handle. After being on the back foot for most of the second half, the Namibian team rang in the changes as they took out Anna Shikusho for Lorraine Jossob, who found the going tough. With only two minutes to go in the game, brilliant play by Nyaumwe and Chirandu on the counter-attack saw the Warriors adding another goal to the score card. Super substitute Chirandu found the back of the net. Speaking to the media after the game, Brave Gladiators coach Brian Isaacs said his team found the going tough due to a lack of match fitness, but they are looking forward to the return leg over the weekend. “Zimbabwe was the better team and they were better prepared than us. Our game plan did not work out as we had planned but we plan to have a better game plan than we did today when we face them again,” he said. The Brave Gladiators, whose only participation in the continental women’s football showpiece was in 2014 when they hosted it, will fly to Zimbabwe Friday morning to prepare for their return leg in Harare on Sunday. The winner of the two legs will advance to the second round, where either Tanzania or Zambia awaits them. – Nampa Moses Garoeb Constituency Saturday, 07/04/2018 Constituency Office 14h00 – 17h00 Tobias Hainyeko Constituency Saturday, 07/04/2018 Nathanael Maxwilili Centre 14h00 – 17h00 Samora Marchel Constituency Saturday, 07/04/2018 Open Space: Green Mountain Road- Goreangab 14h00 – 17h00 Moses Garoeb Constituency Sunday, 08/04/2018 Epandulo Open Space – One Nation 14h00 – 17h00 Tobias Hainyeko Constituency Sunday, 08/04/2018 Open Space c/o Ongete & Ongava Str 14:00 – 17:00 Samora Marchel Constituency Sunday 08/04/2018 Havana Playfield-off Monte Cristo & Ongava 14h00 – 17h00 Katutura Central Constituency Saturday, 14/04/2018 Katutura Community Hall PUBLIC NOTICE Public Meetings The Windhoek City Council invites all residents to a series of informative and consultative meetings, to explain its programmes and operations and to seek input from the residents to the City’s projects in order to strategize on further course of action. 14h00 – 17h00 Katutura East Constituency Saturday, 14/04/2018 Katutura East Constituency Office Hall 14h00– 17h00 John Pandeni Constituency Saturday, 14/04/2018 John Pandeni Constituency Office Hall 14h00– 17h00 Khomasdal Constituency Sunday, 15/04/2018 Open Space: Otjomuise- Frankfurt & Istanbul str. 14h00 – 17h00 Windhoek West Constituency Sunday, 15/04/2018 Rocky Crest Multi-Purpose Centre 14h00 – 17h00 Windhoek East Constituency Sunday, 15/04/2018 Eros Girls High School Hall 14h00 – 17h00 Khomasdal Constituency Saturday, 21/04/2018 Khomasdal Community Hall 14h00 – 17h00 Windhoek Rural Constituency (Mix Settlement) Saturday, 21/04/2018 Issued by: Office of the Chief Executive Officer Corporate Communications, Marketing and Public Participation Tel: +264 61 290 2365 / 2044 Fax: +264 61 290 2344 E-mail: communication@windhoekcc.org.na Open Space: Mix Settlement 14h00 – 17h00 Windhoek Rural Constituency (Brakwater) Sunday, 22/04/2018 Umti Lodge 14h00 – 17h00 Windhoek Rural Constituency (Groot Aub) Saturday, 28/04/2018 Groot Aub Constituency Office 14h00 – 17h00 Businesses in the City of Windhoek Saturday, 28/04/2018 Oshetu Market Shanghai Street 14h00 – 17:00 Moses Garoeb Constituency Sunday, 29/04/2018 Hainyeko Community Hall 14:00 – 17:00 Tobias Hainyeko Constituency Sunday, 29/04/2018 Women Centre 14:00 – 17:00 Samora Marchel Constituency Sunday, 29/04/2018 Martti Artisaari Primary School 14:00 – 17:00

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