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New Era Newspaper Monday February 5, 2018

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20 SPORT Monday, February 5 2018 | NEW ERA Freyers, Adrian win Pupkewitz Megabuild Challenge EENGEDJO SECONDARY SCHOOL Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture Ohangwena Region VACANCIES TWO PERMANENT TEACHING POSTS Mathematics & Biology (Grade 11-12, Higher Level) History & Geography (Grade 11-12, Higher Level) Minimum Requirements B.ED/B:ED (Honours) Degree or Equivalent Supplementary Requirements Preference will be given to candidates with ability to teach the above indicated subjects on Higher Level. Priority will be given to Namibian citizens. Candidates should complete GRN Application form (156043) and testimonials (not order than two years). Applications should be addressed to: The Principal Eengedjo Secondary School P\Bag 5528, Oshakati Enquries: MR T Nghishitende, 081 255 4815 Closing Date: 14 February July 2018 Leading the pack… Martin Freyer (in white and purple) in action during the Pupkewitz Megabuild Cycling Championships. MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION, TRAINING AND INNOVATION INVITATION TO BID The Ministry of Higher Education, Training and Innovation hereby invites interested bidders to submit their bids for the following service: CONSULTANCY SERVICES ON ASSESSING NSFAF STATUS Procurement Reference. No: SC/RP/32-01/2018 Administrative Enquiries Mr. O. Kasaona, Tel:061-435 6041 & Email: Technical Enquiries Mr. T. Keeja Tel: 061 – 435 6038 Email: Mr. N Lupahla Tel: 061 – 435 6018 Email: Availability of Bid Request for proposal documents are Documents available as from 5th February 2018 Mr. Ovehi Kasaona. Levy Closing & Opening of Bids REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA N$ 500.00 Non-Refundable & Receipt to be attached upon submission of bids 22 February 2018 at 12:00 am Bids must be completed in full and in two separate sealed envelopes, clearly marked Technical Proposal and Financial Proposal respectively, with the procurement reference number, late bids, telegraphic or facsimile proposals will not be accepted. Delivery address: PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT - TENDER BOX 1ST FLOOR, ROOM 143 MINISTRY OF HIGHER EDUCATION,TRAINING AND INNOVATION, GOVERNMENT OFFICE PARK LUTHER STREET. WINDHOEK WINDHOEK Martin Freyer and Vera Adrian were yesterday crowned national champions after winning the Pupkewitz Megabuild Road Cycling Championships. The road race, which started at 07h00 at Carin Park, saw riders cycling through the Western Bypass, onto the Daan Viljoen Road, two loops up to Matchless Mine and then back to Carin The elite men cycled 145 kilometres (km), while the elite women completed a 107km course. To be crowned champion in the road race Freyer beat Dan Craven and Drikus Coetzee in The South Africa Rugby Union (SARU), through SA Rugby, announced on Friday that it had reached an agreement with Springbok coach Allister Coetzee to part ways with immediate effect. The Rugby Department of SA Rugby will manage the responsibilities of the Springbok coach, until the national team’s coaching and management later this month. the sprint. second and third respectively. In the women’s category, Adrian beat Michelle Voster in a sprint to retain her title. Speaking to the media after the race, Freyer said the route was perfect and he enjoyed riding with the more experienced riders on the day. “It was really nice riding in the same race as Dan Craven who has a lot of experience. Despite the weather being really good on the day I struggled when we had some hills to climb, but I managed to do well at the sprint because of my physique, as I am big, which makes me a strong sprinter,” he said. Coetzee and SARU part ways Coetzee and SA Rugby agreed to terminate the relationship after a two-year association. “First and foremost we had to assess what is in the best interests of the Springbok,” said Jurie Roux, CEO of SA Rugby. “We’d like to thank Allister for his passion and dedication to the Springbok cause and wish him every success in his next role.” Allister Coetzee said: “I Adrian said that she was happy to retain her title but there is still a lot of hard work ahead as they will be representing the country in Rwanda later this month at the African Championships. She said she would continue working hard in all her future competitions. On Friday, Coetzee won the elite men’s individual time trial after he completed the 44km in a time of 55 minutes 18 seconds (55:18). The national women’s category was won by Irene Steyn. race behind Michelle Doman, Steyn won the national competition by virtue of Doman being a South African national. – Nampa have always held Springbok rugby dear to my heart and will continue to do so and for that reason I think now is the time the team and me strike out in new directions. I wish Springbok rugby every success in the future – as I have always done.” The confirmation of the Springbok management set-up is due to be completed before the end of February. –

21 SPORT Monday, February 5 2018 | NEW ERA FOCUS ON CHAN 2018 Airborne action… Atahir El Tahir Babikir of Sudan striving for the ball during their match against Libya. Photos: BackpagePix Sudan finish third at CHAN 2018 Sudan edged out Libya 4-2 via penalties to claim bronze in the third-place play-off match at the 2018 Caf African Nations Championship at Stade de Marrakech on Saturday. 1-1 in regular time, penalties from Mohamed Tahir, Mohamed Babikir, Mahmoud Ahmed and Maaz Gesalla ensured Sudan were victorious. On the other hand, Libya converted from the spot through Moftah Taktak and Abdelsalam Alaqoub while Almehdi Elhouni and Salem Ablo saw their kicks saved. The Mediterranean Knights had a bright start in the encounter as they put more pressure on the Falcons of Jediane. However, it was Sudan who bagged the lead against the run of play when a long ball into the penalty area found Walaa Eldin Yagoub in the eighth minute and his header beat Abdalla Nashnush on his right corner. As coach Zdravko Logarusic’s men continued to display good touches in the heart of the park, Elmutasem Abushnaf saw his header going wide in the 25th minute from a cross on the Elmaryami’s troops intensifying their probe for an equaliser, it was 1-0 at halftime. The North Africans upped the ante in the 70th minute and substitute Ablo unleashed a rocket from the edge of the area, but Akram punched away and Taktak’s follow up went wide. Akram was the man separating Libya and a goal as he denied Ablo for the second time in the 75th minute from point blank range to concede a corner. make it 1-1 in the 84th minute when his header beat Akram, resulting from an accurate cross down the right wing. – Monday, 5 February 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Swakopmund Town (Ferdinand Stich Str 4) 13:00-18:00 Tuesday, 6 February 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Gobabis Town (NG Church Hall) 13:00-18:00 Walvis Bay Town (Behind Welwitschia Medi-park) 13:00-18:00 Wednesday, 7 February 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Ramos Realtors Namibia (Walvis Bay) 09:00-16:00 Thursday, 8 February 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-18:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Elgin Brown & Hamer (Walvis Bay) 10:00-15:00 Friday, 9 February 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Shoprite (Swakopmund) 10:00-15:00 Sponsored by: Moment of victory… Sudan goalkeeper Akram Elhadi Salim celebrates their victory during the 2018 CHAN 3rd place playoff against Libya.

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