20 ADVERTS Monday, February 19 2018 | NEW ERA CAUTIONARY NOTICE Ruacana Town Council is a town of excellence in tourism attraction, cultural diversity and competent Namibian. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, HUMAN RESOURCE AND ADMINISTRATION HUMAN RESOURCE OFFICER KEY PERFORMANCES AREA: To provide the Town Council with professional day-to-day administration of all human resources and Administration services. MAIN DUTIES Personal records keeping Management of recruitment, selection, induction Meeting administration Pension/retirement administration Employee training and development Industrial relations Salaries MINIMUM ACADEMIC, PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE: ➢ Grade 12 plus three years Diploma in Human Resource Management. ➢ Minimum of three years’ work experience in which one (1) year should be at supervisory level. ➢ Must be computer literate. ➢ Knowledge of Finstel program will be an added advantage. COMPETENCY AND SKILLS ➢ Must be honesty and possess high degree of accuracy. ➢ Good interpersonal relations. ➢ ➢ ➢ Good administrative and customer service. In return Council offer: competitive salary, 80% medical Aid contribution, pension fund contribution, transport allowance, 13th cheque, housing allowance (rental/housing subsidy) Prospective candidates should submit written application accompanied by a detailed should accompany the application. Foreign evaluation. Only short listed candidate will be contacted. Female and people that are physically challenged are encouraged to apply. Written applications must be address to the following: THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Ruacana Town Council Private Bag 508 RUACANA Closing date: 23th February 2018 ASTERIO MEDICAL GROUP SOLUTIONS The Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (NAMFISA) as established by the Act No. 3 of 2001, is mandated to regulate and It has come to NAMFISA’s attention that ASTERIO MEDICAL GROUP SOLUTIONS, is conducting or has attempted to conduct insurance business in Namibia while not being registered as such in terms of the Long-Term Insurance Act, 1998 (Act 5 of 1998). Section 2 of the Long-Term Insurance Act, 1998 (Act 5 of 1998) prohibits persons from conducting insurance business unless registered as an insurer in terms thereof. Non-compliance with section 2 of the Long-Term Insurance Act, 1998 (Act 5 of 1998) is a criminal offence in terms of section 68(a) of the said Act. The public is therefore advised not to deal with ASTERIO MEDICAL GROUP SOLUTIONS and to report any occurrences of their illegal activities to NAMFISA and/or the nearest police station. For any queries or complaints, please contact: Mr. John Uusiku at (061) 290 5117 or via email address at: NAMFISA treats all information obtained from the public with REGISTRAR: LONG-TERM INSURANCE ONDANGWA TOWN COUNCIL INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB) 1. INVITATION FOR BID NO INVITATION FOR BID TITLE DESCRIPTION CLOSING DATE & TIME BID DOCUMENTS PRE-BID SITE MEETING BID ENQUERIES CLOSE LEVY (non-refundable) 2. INVITATION FOR BID NO INVITATION FOR BID TITLE DESCRIPTION CLOSING DATE & TIME BID DOCUMENTS PRE-BID SITE MEETING BID ENQUERIES CLOSE LEVY (non-refundable) ENQUIRIES W/ONB/NDTC/032-04/2017/18 Construction of Municipal Services (Sewer Reticulation for Okangwena Area in Ondangwa Town. Bids are hereby invited through Open National Bidding (ONB) from experienced Civil Engineering Contractors for the Construction of Sewer Reticulation and Sewer Pump Station in Ondangwa Town. Monday, 19 March 2018 @ 11h00 Available as from 20th of February 2018 @ 10h00 at Ondangwa Town Monday, 28 February 2018 @ 11H00 Monday, 12 March 2018 @ 17H00 N$ 500.00 W/ONB/NDTC/032-03/2017/18 Construction of sewer network and lifting station at extension 6 in Ondangwa Town. Bids are invited through Open National Bidding (ONB) from experienced Civil engineering contractors for the construction of a sewer network and lifting station at Extension 6 in Ondangwa. Monday, 19 March 2018 @ 11h00 Available as from 20th of February 2018 @ 10h00 at Ondangwa Town Friday, 2 March 2018 @ 11H00 Monday, 12 March 2018 @ 17H00 N$ 500.00 Administration: Technical: Mr Bernard Mulala Mr Petrus Shipanga Tel: +264 65 240 101 Tel: +264 65 240 101 Fax: +264 65 240 453 Fax: +264 65 240 453 E:firstname.lastname@example.org E:email@example.com OPUWO TOWN COUNCIL UNDEVELOPED PORTIONS OF LAND AND ERVEN IN OPUWO TOWN The Town Council of Opuwo has noticed with dismay that a lot of portions of land and erven that have been allocated to applicants have been lying idle for a long time without any development taking place. We therefore inform the owners of all undeveloped portions of land and erven within Opuwo town that they should report about the current DELIVERY ADDRESS: Sealed envelope clearly marked the IFB number should be delivered to: Ondangwa Town Council Secretary of Procurement Management Unit Private Bag 2032 Ondangwa, Namibia Failure to adhere to this publication will result in the nullifying of the allocation without further notice.
Monday, February 19 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 21 Jose Mourinho faces an anxious wait to discover whether Paul Pogba can take part in Manchester United’s midweek Champions League last 16 trip to Sevilla after he missed their FA Cup victory An unspecified illness saw Pogba withdraw on the morning of which United won 2-0 thanks to two goals from Romelu Lukaku as they United manager Mourinho, whose relationship with clubrecord signing Pogba has been under close scrutiny in recent weeks, insisted he did not even know what the illness was or how be unable to play, having planned to play him in a 4-3-3 system that the player considers his favourite. “I don’t know,” said Mourinho when asked about the nature of Pogba’s illness after Saturday’s match. “When I was told by the doctor this morning that he was not coming, I don’t want to know anything else about it – I have to think who is going to replace him, what I am going to do because we worked hard during the week.” The Portuguese boss added: “Now is the time to think about Paul, to know what happened, why he didn’t feel good enough to play, can he play or be available to help us on Wednesday?” Pogba has reportedly been unhappy in recent weeks at the style Mourinho has adopted, generally playing him alongside Nemanja Mourinho appeared prepared to meet the wishes of Pogba, who rejoined United from Juventus for £89.3 million in August 2016, by playing him on the left side of a United still won comfortably, thanks to Lukaku’s double, although victory could have been even more emphatic but for video assistant referee (VAR) Neil Swarbrick ruling out a Juan Mata credibly close offside call. the bench but we have VAR in Portugal,” said Mourinho. “It is amazing when the truth comes but also (there are) problems like what happened today (Saturday) which go against the words of the protocol. “The words of the protocol are ous situation’ and for sure it is not a clear and obvious situation, but we know it is experimental and we have to accept, but I am speaking after a 2-0 victory,” he stressed. “The feeling is a bit strange and I was sharing it with David (Wagner) on the touchline which is the moment of doubt. We score a goal, I cannot be happy. David concedes a goal but he doesn’t know (quickly) if he goes to halftime at 1-0 or 2-0. “So we have to adapt to that waiting time and cope with the frustration when that decision goes against you.” Although Wagner’s side ben- he was against the experimental system. “I said immediately to Jose, during the incident, whatever is decided, whether it goes in our favour or not, I don’t like it,” Wagner explained. “The emotion is killed, the emotion in the stadium, the stands, for us in the dug-outs. It is killed. That’s why I don’t like it,” the German added. United have been drawn to face that revives memories of the 1983 ally defeated the Seagulls after a Wembley replay. old First Division at the end of that season, are currently just two points above the bottom three and Chris Hughton’s side suffered a 1-0 defeat in the Premier League at Old Trafford in November. – Nampa/AFP Federer downs Seppi to reach Roger Federer celebrated becoming the oldest man to reach the world No 1 ranking by making on Saturday with a 6-3, 7-6 (7/3) victory over Italy’s Andreas Seppi despite losing sleep watching early-morning coverage of the Winter Olympics. The 36-year-old Federer racked up his 14th win from 15 matches with 33-year-old Seppi, the world No 81 who had enjoyed a memorable week in the Dutch port city by reaching the loser’. Top-seeded Federer will face Grigor Dimitrov in Sunday’s ond seed, advanced to the was forced to retire after injuring his eye when racquet. Dimitrov was leading 6-3, 0-1 at the time. Federer said that despite not getting much sleep due to the excitement of his latest achievement -- and draining more energy by watching the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in the pre-dawn hours -- he ex- his Sunday showdown which could result in a 97th career trophy. “I felt OK today, maybe a bit heavy on court but I was aggressive,” the 20-time Grand Slam title winner said. set, but the start was tough.” The two-time Rotterdam champion, who guaranteed a return to the world top spot by seeing off Robin Haase in the added that he will be afternoon match of the week after playing the night showcase slots. “I’m good, it’s not been a tough week physically, maybe a bit harder emotionally,” he added. “I hope to play one more good match and that’s it for the week.” Federer also dropped a big hint that he still might play the Dubai tournament, which begins a week from Monday. The seven-time winner of the Gulf tournament said that he will take a decision later in the week one way or the other. Despite enjoying a 6-0 career stranglehold over Dimitrov, with their last meeting in the 2017 Wimbledon fourth round, the top seed will not take anything for granted on Sunday. – Nampa/AFP