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New Era Newspaper Monday December 4, 2017

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22 SPORT Monday, December 4 2017 | NEW ERA Goalmouth action... NamPol Ladies FC (in yellow) on Saturday overpowered Tura Magic Ladies via a 2-1 win to lift the NFA Women Super Cup at the Legare Stadium in Gobabis. Photo: Nampa NamPol wins NFA Women Super Cup GOBABIS The Namibian Police Force Ladies Football Club defeated Tura Magic Ladies 2-1 to win the 2017 edition of the NFA Women Super Cup at the Legare Stadium in Gobabis on Saturday. Goals either half by Faustina Amutenya and Shirley Cloete were enough to win the cup for NamPol, who came into the final as underdogs. Magic’s consolation goal was scored by Thomalina Adams towards the end of the first half. Magic fell behind to Amutenya’s opener early in the first half after a great assist by veteran Stella Williams. Both teams enjoyed a fair amount of possession, but it was Magic who threatened to score several times. Financial Controller and Administration Manager Total Namibia (Pty) Ltd invites applications from suitably qualified persons to fill the above vacancy within the company. The position is based in Windhoek. NamPol’s defence, which was well marshalled by Brave Gladiators captain, Uerikondjera Kasaona, stood resolute. They could however do nothing to stop Adams from scoring with a long range effort, as the teams went to the break tied at one goal apiece. With 10 minutes played in the second half, Magic’s defence went to sleep were punished when Cloete converted a penalty after Lovisa Mulunga fouled Amutenya in the box. National team striker Zenatha Coleman had a quiet game as she had to play either on the wings or deep in the midfield, as she tried to avoid tight marking by Kasaona and Williams. Millicent Hikuam and Coleman tried from set pieces, with the latter’s effort punched over the bar by the NamPol goalkeeper Hilya Sheepo. NamPol coach Novatha Paulus said her defence played very well in denying Magic space to play, while the decision to play Twelikondjela Amukoto in the midfield rather than on the wing paid dividends. “We played well. I am happy for the team. The change of tactics caught them by surprise; we stopped Coleman from shooting,” she said. For their efforts, NamPol walked away with N,000, while Magic got N,000. The Galz and Goals finished third band pocketed N,000, while 4th placed Right Way received N,000. – Nampa Duties and Responsibilities: PCA and Service Station Contribution Accounting Assist in developing and implementing pricing methodology, rebates and discounting policies Monitor and report evolution gross margin Manage appropriation, commitment and liquidation of capital expenditure for marketing investments Manage asset control process Co-ordinate annual budgeting process, result study and long-term plan Compile monthly business review and KPIs Reporting for Pre-flash, Flash and Board Competencies and Qualifications: Bachelor (honours) degree in commerce Chartered Management Accountant 6-8 Years’ experience as a Financial Controller and Administration Manager Applicant MUST have knowledge and experience in the oil industry accounting systems Excellent attention to detail If you possess all of the above, please send a résumé and cover letter to: Closing Date: 8 December 2017 Call for Public Participation ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT FOR THE EXTENSION OF RUNDU PRIVATE HOSPITAL IN RUNDU URBAN KAVANGO EAST REGION CONSERVER INVESTMENT CC (Environmental Consultants) have been engaged by RUNDU PRIVATE HOSPITAL to conduct a full Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and develop an Environmental Management Plan (EMP) for the above mentioned project so as to obtain an Environmental Clearance Certicate, hence Notice is hereby given in terms of the requirements of the Environmental Management Act (No 7, of 2007) and the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations (GN 30 in GG 4878 of 06/02/12) Project Description: There is proposed extension to RUNDU PRIVATE HOSPITAL LOCATED IN THE RUNDU URBAN, KAVANGO EAST REGION. Location: The project site is located in Rundu town Central Business District (CBD) Kavango east Region. How to Participate: We invite all Interested and Affected parties (I& Aps) to submit their inputs by contacting the Environmental Consultant. INTERESTED AND AFFECTED PARTIES (I &Aps) are required to provide their inputs, comments and contributions in regard to the project not later than the 15 DECEMBER 2017 to the Environmental Consultant or alternatively attend a public meeting to be held on the 15 DECEMBER 2017 at the proposed project site in RUNDU TOWN. Contact details for comments and further information: M.P HAUSIKU Cell: +264817637974/ +264814087482 Email: CONSERVER INVESTMENT CC (Environmental Consultants) Service delivery is our motto

Monday, December 4 2017 | NEW ERA SPORT 23 Namibia fall to 231-run defeat to the Netherlands It didn’t take the Netherlands long to grab the remaining five Namibian wickets on Day 4 to clinch its third victory in the ICC Intercontinental Cup at the ICC Academy in Dubai on Saturday. Chasing a mammoth target of 522, Namibia was bowled out for 290 in its second innings, handling Netherlands to a 231-run victory. Jan Frylinck and Sarel Burger, the two overnight batsmen for Namibia, resumed on 161 for 5. The duo added 65 runs for the sixth wicket before Frylinck fell to Max O’Dowd for 39. Burger, the captain, brought up his halfcentury before Vivian Kingma dismissed him for 70 to make it 246 for 7. Johannes Smit showed some resistance with the bat, hitting five fours and a six, but Shane Snater removed Danie van Schoor and Bernard Scholtz in back-to-back deliveries to dash any hopes. A 31-run stand for the last wicket took the score to 290 before Snater dismissed Smit for a 66-ball 37. Snater was the most successful bowler for Netherlands, picking up 5 for 88, while O’Dowd and Roelof van der Merwe chipped in with two each. The Netherlands had posted 501 for 8 declared and 223 for 5 declared in its two hits, before bowling Namibia out for 203 in its first innings. – ICC Off target... Namibia was bowled out for 290, as its opponent took 231-run to win and move to third place on the Intercontinental Cup table. Photo: ICC Ghosts on fire, Magicians shoot to the top … Kakuva jumps before pushed Carlos Kambaekwa Windhoek Rising Katutura giants Orlando Pirates FC moved up the MTC Premiership log standings after seeing off Christy Guruseb’s gallant Life Fighters 2-1 at the Mokati Stadium in Otjiwarongo on Saturday. Ronaldo Tsowaseb and prodigal son Nicky Kuvaa Musambani netted a goal apiece for the visiting Buccaneers, while Elmo Kambindu pulled a consolation goal back for the rejuvenated hosts, ‘Okahirona’, but it was unfortunately not good enough to save the day for the Premiership returnees. In other league action, Blue Waters and bitter rivals Eleven Arrows cancelled each other out in a 1-all draw at the Kuisebmond Stadium in Walvis-Bay. The Birds’ Jonas ‘Baxa’ Sagaria opened the scoreboard before the lead was erased by Bolle Haraseb, who expertly got to the end of Rudolf Bester’s copybook delivery in the second half. The match between UNAM and crosstown rivals Citizens also ended in a 1-all stalemate, while Chief Santos defeated visiting basement dwellers Young Chiefs by a solitary goal at the Oscar Norich Stadium in Nomtsoub, Tsumeb. Santos’ current top goal scorer Salomon //Omseb registered his name on the scoresheet for the only goal of an otherwise entertaining relegation battle between the northerners. In the mid-table clash between UNAM and Citizens, Wayne Esterhuizen netted for the students, with newly signed young striker Castro Nuyoma replying for the Citizens. Early MTC Premiership pacesetters African Stars played to their third consecutive draw when Bobby Samaria’s unbeaten brigade were held to another goalless stalemate by Civics under floodlights at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Friday evening. Tura Magic signaled their title credentials when the fired-up but coachless Magicians dispatched big brother Tigers on Thursday to leapfrog African Stars at the top of the log table after thirteen rounds of matches. Inspirational goatee-bearded skipper Tebs Lombard put the Magicians ahead in the first half before Junias ‘Lolo’ Theofelus sealed the out-of-sorts Ingwe’s fate with a 70 th minute strike to make it 2-0, giving his team the much-needed maximum points on the night. In the meantime, under-fire Tigers head coach Luckey Kakuva has resigned from the hot seat after a string of poor results since the start of the current term that has seen the reigning league champions huffing and puffing to defend the coveted league title they won almost two years ago. Sadly, the former Chief Santos midfield general was only appointed at the beginning of the current term, succeeding multiple title winning mentor Brian ‘Oubaas’ Isaacs, who left the club in a huff under a dark cloud. Photo: Nampa Gone… Coach Luckey Kakuva has parted ways with Tigers FC. WE ARE VIBRANT. Pay your GOtv subscription 3 months in advance this festive season and stand a chance to 1 OF 25 HISENSE BLACK MIRROR FRIDGES each to the value of N,000 Terms & Conditions apply | | twitter:@GOtvNamibia *Channels vary per package. For more details & full Terms & Conditions apply of use, visit or inquire at your nearest GOtv dealer. Multichoice reserves the right to add or remove channels. E&OE.

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