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New Era Newspaper Thursday March 29, 2018

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Thursday, March 29 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 41 //Kharas governor Newspaper Cup success …Oshikoto wants to make history Matheus Hamutenya/Obrein Simasiku Keetmanshoop/Omuthiya Governor Lucia Basson is con- //Kharas - where the two teams, sponsors - - - - over the past two weeks in Omuthiya, where they were in - - SUBMISSION OF OF THE THE EMLOYEES’ COMPENSATION FUND WAGE RETURNS (E.As 66 and and E.As 7) 7) SUBMISSION OF THE EMLOYEES’ COMPENSATION FUND WAGE RETURNS (E.As 6 and E.As 7) The The Social Security Commission (SSC) hereby reminds employers registered with with the the Employees’ Compensation The Social Fund Security (ECF) Commission that that the the due due (SSC) date date for for hereby submitting reminds Wage employers Returns (E. (E. registered As.6 As.6 and and E.As.7) with the for for Employees’ the the 2017 financial Compensation year year is is on Fund on 31 31 March (ECF) that 2018. the Copies due date of of Wage for submitting Return forms Wage can Returns can be be obtained (E. As.6 from and from E.As.7) any any of of the for the SSC’s the 2017 offices financial countrywide. year is on 31 March 2018. Copies of Wage Return forms can be obtained from any of the SSC’s offices countrywide. The The Employees’ Compensation Act, Act, (Act (Act No No 30 30 of of 1941) “Section 68 68 (1) (1) requires every employer to to furnish the the The SSC SSC Employees’ with with a a wage Compensation return form form showing Act, (Act the No the amount 30 of 1941) of of wages “Section paid paid 68 to to (1) their their requires employees every during employer this this period. to furnish This This the takes SSC effect with a from wage from the the return first first day form day of showing of March of the of the the amount immediately of wages preceding paid to year their year up employees up to to and and to to during include this the the period. last last day day This of of February takes effect of of the from the following the first year. day of March of the immediately preceding year up to and to include the last day of February of the following year. All All employers are are hereby advised to to adhere to to the the requirements of of this this Act Act to to ensure maximum benefits for for both both All the employers the employers are and hereby and employees. advised Non-compliance to adhere to the with requirements with the the Act Act is is of a a criminal this Act offence to ensure punishable maximum by benefits by law. law. for both the employers and employees. Non-compliance with the Act is a criminal offence punishable by law. In In addition, make sure sure all all your your Wage Returns from from previous years are are submitted and and assessments are are paid paid up up In to to addition, date. If If you make you do do not sure not receive all your your Wage your Notice Returns of of Assessment from previous within years 30 30 days are submitted of of submission and assessments of of a a Wage Return, are paid please up to enquire date. If at you at any any do of not of the the receive SSC’s your offices Notice country of Assessment wide. within 30 days of submission of a Wage Return, please enquire at any of the SSC’s offices country wide. For For more information kindly contact the the Communications and and Marketing Department at: at: Tel Tel For +264 more 280 280 information 7085/9 kindly contact the Communications and Marketing Department at: Email: Tel +264 corporate@ssc.org.na 280 7085/9 Email: corporate@ssc.org.na

42 SPORT Thursday, March 29 2018| NEW ERA Brave Warriors dedicate Lesotho victory to Mannetti - Photo: Nampa REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA MINISTRY OF WORKS AND TRANSPORT INVITATIONS FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE BOARD OF THE NAMIBIA COUNCIL OF ARCHITECTS & QUANTITY SURVEYORS IN TERMS OF ACT 13 OF 1979 In terms of Section 3 (1) & 4(1) of the Architects & Quantity Surveyors’ Act 13 of 1979, the Honourable Minister of Works and Transport Mr. John Mutorwa MP, as the appointing authority, hereby invites nominations from interested persons who are registered with the Council as architects and / or quantity surveyors with suitable skills and experience as contemplated in Section3 (1) of (a) (b) (c) & (d) for appointment as members of the Board of the Namibia Council of Architects & Quantity Surveyors. The objective of the Architects & Quantity Surveyors’ Act is to provide for the registration of architects, quantity surveyors, architects in training and quantity surveyors in training and for incidental matters. Candidates can nominate themselves or can be nominated by an organization or another individual. In cases of nominations by a third-party Candidates must give their written consent for the nominations. The nominated candidates are to submit a one-page motivation as to why they consider themselves SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS The vacancies available on the board are as follows: From the Namibia Institute of Architects (4) From the Institute of Namibian Quantity Surveyors(4) Persons in full time employment in the Public service of Namibia (2) One person who may or may not be an architect or quantity surveyor who has knowledge and experience of public affairs and the economic requirements and is particularly suited to judge how the public interest in so far as it is affected by the architects and quantity surveyors’ professions can best be safeguarded or promoted (1). GENERAL Women and previously disadvantaged persons will be given preference for this appointment; No remuneration for this service; Period of service is 2 years. Nominations in envelopes clearly marked “Nominations for “Board Members of the Namibia Council of Architects and Quantity Surveyors” should be submitted no later than 10 th April 2018 to the following address: The Permanent Secretary Ministry of Works and Transport Private Bag 13341 6719 Bell Street, Snyman Circle, Windhoek, Namibia For Verbal queries you may contact: Ms. N. Cloete, 264 61 2088725. Staff Reporter Windhoek Youngster Vitapi Ngaruka and experienced striker Benson Shilongo scored two secondhalf goals to complete a remarkable comeback by Namibia’s Brave Warriors, who defeated the Crocodiles of Lesotho 2-1 in a thrilling international friendly match at the Sam Nujoma Stadium on Tuesday night. In a game played in front of a very good crowd, Lesotho took the lead on 44 minutes through Sera Motebang and in the second half Namibian rising young defender Vitapi Ngaruka rose the highest to meet a corner kick and head home the equaliser on 64 minutes before Benson Shilongo buried the winner on 80 minutes. Stand in coach Ronnie Kanalelo dedicated the match to head coach Ricardo Mannetti who was absent due to family bereavement and was also impressed with the team’s determination. “The new boys that started grew and in the end we also had to make changes to change the game and it happened for us. The team showed character today, it’s not easy to come back from a goal down at home but we did that and went on to win. We dedicate this win to coach Mannetti whose family have been struck by tragedy and we keep him in our prayers,” Kanalelo said after the match. The Brave Warriors started the match with three new starters in the meo Kasume, and defenders Aprocius Petrus of Eleven Arrows and Hubert Mingeri from Life Fighters his feet earlier on, Petrus and Mingeri connected well with play, adding numbers in attack when necessary. The entertaining game saw Le- utes through their top striker Sera Motebang, who beat the Namibian defenders to a high ball played through before leaving goalkeeper Max Mbaeva in his wake to score in an open net. Brave Warriors captain Ronald Ketjijere and Dynamo Fredericks Hotto had his trademark runs down the left, with Absalom Iimbondi linked up well with Shilongo. In the second half, Kasume was replaced by clubmate Itamunua Keimuine as the hosts looked to get back into it and it took them about 15 minutes to do so as Ngaruka connected well with an Iimbondi corner to make it 1-1, very much to the appreciation of those that packed the stands at the majestic venue. Lesotho then seemed to be playing for a draw before Shilongo capitalised on a quick Namibian free-kick to stamp the ball home from close range to make it 2-1, a lead the hosts could have added on. Both sides made several changes to the playing personnel in the friendly match as they both prepare for COSAFA 2018 to be held in South Africa from 27 May to 07 June and the resumption of the 2019 AFCON

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