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20 SPORT Thursday, March 8 2018 | NEW ERA OMUTHIYA TOWN COUNCIL PROCUREMENT COMMITTE Invitation for request for proposals INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB) 1. Procurement No: SC/RP/OMU-03/2017-18 Description: Request for Proposals to Developing of an Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan for Omuthiya Town Council. 2. Procurement No: SC/RP/OMU-04/2017-18 Description: Request for Proposals to compile an Interim valuation roll on rateable and non-rateable properties for Omuthiya Town Council. 3. A complete set of Bidding Documents may be requested through email at or be picked up at Omuthiya 4. Proposals must be deposited in the Bid Box located in the foyer at Omuthiya Town Council, Erf 848 in Omuthiya, Oshikoto Region, not 5. Proposals will be opened directly after the closing time in the foyer in the presence of whomever of the public wishes to attend. 6. For further enquiries regarding this proposals, contact: Mrs. M. N. Nuugonya Telephone: 065 244 700/714 Fax: 065 244 730 Email: Omuthiya Town Council Procurement Management Unit Erf 848 Omuthiya, Oshikoto Region Omuthiya Paris St Germain’s early exit from the Champions League again showed the club’s inability to deliver on the biggest stage despite their expensively assembled team. PSG were knocked out in the last 16 by Real Madrid 5-2 on aggregate, losing 2-1 at the Parc des Princes on Tuesday, never threatening a comeback following Without Neymar, who is recovering from ankle surgery, Unai Emery’s side failed to create space against the defending champions. “All that for this,” wrote French sports daily L’Equipe on their front page. “PSG disappeared without leaving a trace,” the paper wrote in a column. Since Qatar Sports Investments (QSI) took over in Champions League, being eliminated in the last 16 Spending 400 million euros (7 million) on Neymar and France international Kylian Mbappe leg and his striking partner was nowhere to be seen on Tuesday. In Ligue 1, PSG lead the standings by a massive 14 points after 28 games and it could be said that they lack the competitiveness of a bigger At a halt… Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) lost 5-1 on aggregate to Real Madrid in the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday. Splashing cash not enough for PSG league to prepare them for the Champions League knockout stage. Former AC Milan coach Arrigo Sacchi, however, believes the club founded in 1970 have to build their identity. “PSG is just a group of players,” he told Italian TV. “You cannot buy ideas. The club should always between their teeth. I think PSG need to become an institution.” “disappointed by a few players,” among whom should second yellow card for arguing with referee Felix Brych. It was Verratti’s third dismissal in the Champions League, and it appeared to seal his team’s fate as they already were 1-0 down after Cristiano Ronaldo’s method is the right one. “I don’t think it’s a mindset problem. The players believed in it and we were ready,” he said. “We will not change our investment strategy. We will continue with our project notably with those two players (Neymar and Mbappe) because they are the future of the club.” – Monday, 5 March 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 March 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Walvis Bay Town (Behind Welwitschia Medi-park) 13:00-18:00 Wednesday, 7 March 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Rehoboth Town (St Mary’s Hospital) 13:00-17:30 Namport ( Walvis Bay) 10:00-15:00 Thursday, 8 March 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-18:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 UNAM Henties Bay 11:00-15:00 Friday, 9 March 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Airport (Walvis Bay) 10:00-15:00 Sponsored by: R.I.P. … Fiorentina captain Davide Astori passed away due to a cardiac arrest, an autopsy has revealed. Astori died of cardiac arrest – autopsy Italian footballer Davide Astori likely died from a cardiac arrest linked to the slowing of his heart rate, Italian media reported on Tuesday following the initial results of his autopsy. The 31-year-old Fiorentina captain and Italy international was found dead in his hotel room in Udine on Sunday ahead of a scheduled Serie A match against Udinese, which was later postponed. Doctors who carried out the player’s autopsy referred to a “cardiac arrest without a visible explanation, in all likelihood due to a bradyarrhythmia (slow heart rate)”, Corriere dello Sport and Tuttosport reported. two months (and then) we will be able to say with certainty that there was no detectable cause or any other element of any type,” Udine prosecutor Antonio de Nicolo said. De Nicolo was quoted Sunday as saying Astori died of “natural causes” after a “cardiac circulatory collapse” – a type of heart attack, which the autopsy Astori’s body will be taken to the Italian football association’s national training centre in Coverciano, Florence, where people will be able to play their last respects to the defender. His funeral will be held at the Santa Croce basilica on Thursday before his burial near Bergamo, in northern Italy, where Astori grew up and his parents still live. – Nampa/AFP

Thursday, March 8 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 21 idvest Wits rowned auteng up hampions Staff Reporter Johannesburg Bidvest Wits twice came from behind to defeat Mamelodi Sundowns and lift the 2018 Future Champions Gauteng Cup trophy at the WJ Clements Stadium in Reiger Park, on Sunday. The Young Clever Boys triumphed 5-3 on penalties after the teams had played to a thrilling 2-2 draw in the decider, their second title having last won the competition, now in its 10th year, in 2011. Sundowns took the lead through Tlotlego Pitso, but were pegged back when Mbongeni Kanyane equalized for Wits. top-scorer with 6-goals, looked to have won the game for Sundowns when he added his second, but Simphiwe Mabena levelled again for Wits, who then held their nerve in the shoot-out. The four pool winners from the the prestigious Future Champions Gauteng International Tournament that will be staged at the Nike Football Training Centre in Pimville from 19th to 24th March. There they will join some of the top academy sides in the world and Highlands Park, Sundowns, Orlando Pirates and Wits will seek to become top junior competition. Earlier on Sunday, Wits edged Highlands Park in a tense semi- The Clever Boys taking the tie 5-4 on penalties. tight as tournament joint top-scorer Cassius Mailula converted a penalty for Sundowns, but Bongani Monabeng netted for Pirates to take the game to spot-kicks. But it was Sundowns who came through the shoot-out as Riandre Vries and Tlotiso Ndziwa were the only two players to net their penalties in a 2-0 win for The Brazilians. Pirates then picked up the bronze medal when they defeated Highlands Park 3-2 on penalties after another 1-1 draw. Lance Makambi netted for the Young Buccaneers but they were pegged back by a goal from Santino Smith for Highlands Park that took the game to a shoot-out. The two days of action showed the quality of junior sides in the Gauteng Province and started with the pool stages on Saturday. wins, the decisive victory being a 2-0 success over School of up in the pool. Sundowns were in a close run nesburg and SuperSport United, but ended top of the pool with two wins and a draw. The decisive result in the pool was Sundowns’ 2-0 win they were held to a 1-all draw by Tshwane rivals, SuperSport. Group C was another tight one, but Pirates edged the pool, with one of their two wins coming against Soweto rivals Kaizer Chiefs as they secured a 1-0 success. Chiefs in the end could only manage 3rd place, with Clapham up in the pool. Wits stormed through Group D, winning all three of their matches and proving the most The champs… Bidvest Wits juniors were crowned champions of 2018 Future Champions Gauteng Cup on Sunday. Photo: Contributed and just one conceded. Jomo Cosmos were runners-up in the pool with two wins, but were up against it when they lost their opener to Wits. There was also a Gauteng Cup women’s competition played for staged as a curtain raiser to the Future Champions Gauteng In- 24th March. Zara Walker scored a hat trick cally booked their place in the decider with an 11-0 win over an Ekurhuleni Invitational side. - Ekurhuleni with Paballo Chela and Lethabo Ledwaba on target. PROCUREMENT: REQUEST FOR SEALED QUOTATION BID NO DESCRIPTION CLOSING DATE & TIME NCS/RFQ/NCAA- 13/2017 NCS/RFQ/NCAA- 14/2017 NCAA: Cleaning Service at Eros Control Tower NCAA: Gardening Services at NCAA HQ & Eros Tower 20 March 2018 at 10h00 20 March 2018 at 10h00 The terms of reference and related documents of the RFQ as prescribed by the Ministry of Finance Public Procurement Guidelines will be obtained from: From: 1 st Floor Rudolf Hertzog Street 08H30 to 12H00 Standard Bank Account No: 042677068 proof of payment of N0.00 and will be available as from 08 March 2018. Completed proposal, may be Private Bag 12003, Windhoek, or may be deposited at, or registered with the Secretariat, in a bidding box situated at: Eros Tower, Windhoek, NOT LATER THEN 20 March 2018 For enquiries please call: Ms. A Strauss at tel: 061-702224/061-702285

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