8 ADVERTS Thursday, January 11 2018 | NEW ERA BID NO: DESCRIPTION: Levy (non-refundable): KHOMAS REGIONAL COUNCIL INVITATION FOR BIDS Ref: G/RFQ/KRC/DOEAC-08/2018 Supply and Delivery of (18) mobile toilet units to the Directorate of Education, Arts and Culture, Khomas Region. N$ 400.00 per bid document payable by cash or bank guaranteed cheque to Khomas Regional Council. BID NO: Ref: G/RFQ/KRC/DOEAC-09/2018 DESCRIPTION: Supply and Delivery of (25 x 10m) Army Canvas complete tents to the Directorate of Education, Arts and Culture, Khomas Region. Levy (non-refundable): N$ 400.00 per bid document payable by cash or bank guaranteed cheque to Khomas Regional Council. BID NO: DESCRIPTION: Levy (non-refundable): Bid Documents: CLOSSING DATE: BID NO: DESCRIPTION: Levy (non-refundable): BID NO: DESCRIPTION: Levy (non-refundable): Ref: G/RFQ/KRC/DOEAC-10/2018 Repair and Stitching of (40 Army Canvas Tents – 10x5m) for the Directorate of Education, Arts and Culture, Khomas Region. 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BID NO: Ref: NCS/ONB/KRC – 02/2018 DESCRIPTION: Levy (non-refundable): N$ 400.00 per bid document payable by cash or bank guaranteed cheque to Khomas Regional Council. BID NO: Ref: NCS/ONB/KRC – 03/2018 DESCRIPTION: Levy (non-refundable): N$ 400.00 per bid document payable by cash or bank guaranteed cheque to Khomas Regional Council Bid Documents: Available as from Monday, 15 January 2018, time 08h00 to 13h00 daily, at Khomas Regional Council CLOSING DATE: ENQUIRIES: DELIVERY ADDRESS: Tuesday, 20 February 2018, 14h30 pm Bid Documents to be clearly marked with Bid Ref: number, as well as bidders name in a sealed envelope, rofectus 09_01_18 ARE YOU TOUGH ENOUGH TO PULL A TRAIN? …THEN JOIN OUR WINNING TEAM PURPOSE OF THE JOB Responsible for the creative conceptualization and designs for the Advertising Agency, it’s clientele and New Era Publication Corporation [NEPC]. 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NEW ERA Tapping into Africa’s fastest growing markets through the power of data Page 10 Global airfreight’s demand up 8.8% in November Page 12 INSIDE BUSINESS This news is your business MLC247 members face hefty Edgar Brandt Windhoek The Bank of Namibia’s reiterated stance that the services provided by the online-based MyLifeChange 247 (MLC247) are illegal and unsustainable has been met by some resistance by members of the public making use of it. While some members of the outlawed service, which has been described as a pyramid scheme, have questioned its sustainability, most feel that they should be allowed to gamble with their the service has been periodically unavailable in December and early January. The MLC 247 site was again unavailable yesterday, leaving a number of members questioning what has happened to their money and if they will ever see the massive returns promised. The BoN said that in line with its mandate to protect the public schemes, the Bank of Namibia (BoN) last year issued two public statements warning members of the public to refrain from participating in the business activities of MyLifeChange 247. This followed an assessment made by the central bank, which determined that the business model of MyLifeChange 247 contravened sections 5 and 55A of the Banking Institutions Act No. 2 of 1998. “The Act empowers the Bank to take necessary actions against any person who conducts banking business illegally, participates in A MLC 247 poster found on the Internet indicates that a member’s money can grow by 75 percent a month. The Bank of members of the public who continue to make use of the service. Photo: Contributed pyramid schemes or promotes such schemes. “The Bank may refer any person to the prosecuting authority who, despite warning, continues to participate in or promote il- regard, any person convicted of an offence in terms of the Act by a court of law shall be liable to a or to imprisonment for a period BoN’s Deputy Director for Corporate Communications Kazembire Zemburuka warned. The Bank reiterated its position that the promotion of activities related to MyLifeChange 247 were in contravention of the relevant law. “The Bank has communicated to stakeholders that the business model of MyLifeChange 247 primarily does not comply with relevant provisions of the applicable law, and is thus illegal. Further it is unsustainable and participants to the likelihood of warned. He added that the business model of MyLifeChange 247 was not sustainable and noted that the high return of up to 75 percent within a short period. “Such rate is unrealistically high in comparison to the rates offered by legitimate lending institutions. It should be understood that the principal feature of based on a referral system, which involves attracting and encouraging members to invest and recruit more members with the possibilities of making commission. “Apart from the above-mentioned referral system, the business seems not to have any other sources of income and does not sell any product. Therefore, in the event that members of the public stop participating in the scheme for whatever reason, the business is Local members of MLC 247 New Era spoke to feel that using the service is the same as gambling. Speaking on condition of anonymity for fear of prosecution, one member said: “With business you just have to take a risk. It is basically the same as gambling and Another member of the scheme is convinced that the service can work if all members are committed and honest. “I did not go there without thinking. However I have since realise that the sustainability aspect was not properly thought through because the high returns said, also preferring anonymity. Poultry imports from Belgium resume after Staff Reporter Windhoek Directorate of Veterinary Services of the Ministry of Agriculture Water and Forestry (MAWF), Dr AF Maseke, has notified importers about the resumption of imports and in transit movement of live poultry, birds and poultry products from Belgium. The resumption of imports and in transit movement from Belgium is for products produced after 29 the directorate implemented stringent control measures to contain outbreaks of highly pathogenic Maseke said the resumption of imports came in response to a comprehensive report received by the MAWF highlighting the effectiveness of the control measures to contain the outbreak of the deadly disease. “Depopulation of all poultry on affected properties was completed followed by disinfection. Surveillance conducted in that country has not detected any evidence of infection in poultry for at least three months as required by the World Organisation for Animal Health said in statement released yesterday. He added that the directorate urged importer to contact the Vet- further information on the countries currently free from highly patho- TENDER ADVERT REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE EXCO MEDIA TRAINING PROCUREMENT NO: CLOSING DATE: DOCUMENT FEE: REF: SC/RP/NSFAF-01/2018 16 th February 2018 @ 12h00 N0.00 (Non-refundable) Tender documents are available at NSFAF offices, 2 nd floor, 51-55 Gutenberg Plaza, Werner List Street, Windhoek. For any enquiries, contact our Supervisor Administration, Mr. Phillip Namwandi on 061 420 677 Alternatively, Agnes Dawid on 061420 670.