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22 SPORT Tuesday, April 24 2018 | NEW ERA Salah wins English PFA Player of the Year award Mohamed Salah was crowned the Premier League’s Players’ Player of the Year on Sunday, with his incredible 41-goal debut season at Liverpool beating out strong competition from Manchester City’s Kevin de Bruyne. “It’s a big honour. I’ve worked hard and I’m very happy to win it,” Salah said at the ceremony on Sunday evening. Salah matched a Premier League record tally for a single season by scoring his 31st league goal of the campaign in a 2-2 draw at West Brom on Saturday. “You’re comparing your name with some great names,” he said, on the prospect of breaking the record. “To break the Premier League record is something huge in England and all over in the world. “There are still three games to go. I want to break this record.” Salah has also netted seven times in eight Champions League games, including in both legs of Liverpool’s 5-1 for a decade. De Bruyne showed why he had been many people’s earlyseason favourite for the prize with an incredible long-range strike for his 12th goal of the season to go with a league-high number of assists as champions City thrashed Swansea 5-0 on Sunday. “From my point of view when you are analysing 10 months, there is no player better than him,” said City manager Pep Guardiola of the Belgian numbers better but for me he was the best. But it is my opinion, the opinions of the players could be different. But in the end, in summer time he will be at home being champion.” City did pick up a prize from the PFA gala in central London on Sunday, though, as Leroy Sane won the Young Player of the Year. Sane, another City teammate David Silva, De Bruyne, Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea and Tottenham striker Harry Kane were the prize. – Honoured… Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah was named Player of the Year by England’s Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) on Sunday, becoming the to receive the award. Photo: SUBMISSION OF THE EMLOYEES’ COMPENSATION FUND WAGE RETURNS (E.As 6 and E.As 7) The Social Security Commission (SSC) hereby reminds employers registered with the Employees’ Compensation Fund (ECF) that the due date for submitting Wage Returns (E. As.6 and E.As.7) for the 2017 31 March 2018. Employers who did not submit their Wage Returns so far are henceforth requested to do so immediately. The Employees’ Compensation Act, (Act No 30 of 1941) “Section 68 (1) requires every employer to furnish the SSC with a wage return form showing the amount of wages paid to their employees during this period. This February of the following year. both the employers and employees. Non-compliance with the Act is a criminal offence punishable by law. In addition, make sure all your Wage Returns from previous years are submitted and assessments are paid up to date. If you do not receive your Notice of Assessment within 30 days of submission of a Wage Return, Failure to submit Wage Returns and payment of outstanding dues will result in Tel +264 280 7085/9

Tuesday, April 24 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 23 Places for basketball camp still open Up for grabs… From left: Frank Albin (BAS founder), Melusi Linda (DHPS coach), Hilton Swartbooi (DHPS), Kristin Eichholz (DHPS principal), Ramah Mumba (BAS director), and Sonja Sieburg (DHPS) Staff Reporter Windhoek Deutsche Höhere Privatschule (DHPS) and Basketball Artists their second joint basketball camp this weekend, starting on The three-day training camp is open for girls and boys between Beginners and advanced players The camp will take place in Eichholz, Principal of DHPS, and event organisers are already looking forward to the second “The basketball camp is a unique opportunity to interact with other young people and to can work on your strengths and weaknesses without having to wait several days until the next “Last year, the atmosphere was great and we had a lot of fun year to establish basketball as a main sport and the camp is a real milestone for us in order to perform well in the school thankful for the collaboration According to BAS director, Ramah Mumba, last-minute participants can still register at DHPS or BAS or via cellphone TITTLE DESCRIPTION TENDER DOCUMENT ENQUIRIES DELIVERY ADDRESS FOR SUBMISSION OF TENDER CLOSING DATE AND TIME NEW ERA PUBLICATION CORPORATION PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UINT TENDER INVITATION TENDER NUMBER: SC/RP/NEPC-01/2018 Provision of Company Secretary Services Or a) The Bid Submission form Coastal Marathon promises Get set… Entry tickets can be obtained online via EventsToday at or via the PayToday App or at any Airtime City kiosk. Tickets are available for N (10km) N (21km) and N (42.2km). Closing date for entries is tomorrow (April 25, 2018). Staff Reporter Windhoek Local giant insurance institution, Coastal Marathon last week at the The Sanlam Coastal Marathon is aimed at unearthing athletic talent in Namibia, creating a platform for athletes to craft their skills while at the same time promoting health and The marathon consists of three different race categories; 10km, So far, the event endorsed by Athletics Namibia and the Namibia Sports Commission has attracted professional athletes, members from various running clubs from around the Speaking at the event, Sanlam Marketing and Communications Manager, Hilaria Graig said the marathon is going to be a game “The Sanlam Coastal Marathon marathon linked to an elite marathon in Africa, the Sanlam Cape Town marathon race will not only receive the cash prize of N,000 but are also Status Sanlam Cape Town Marathon Graig also emphasized that the coastal marathon will become an annual event with Sanlam promising Prior to introducing this marathon, Sanlam sent the quartet of long distance runners led by recently crowned Commonwealth gold medallist Helalia Johannes, Mynhyardt Kauanivi, Ndehimona Ekondjo and Uveni Nawa Kugongelwa to the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon where they performed exceptionally and to ensure that more talent is unearthed, Sanlam decided to Runners will contest the Swakopmund/Walvis Bay route and will turn back at indicated points to Number collection takes place at the Swakopmund Tennis Club from information can be obtained at Marathon prizes are as follows: 42.2km participation in the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon 21km 1st Place N,000 2nd Place N,000 3rd Place N, 000 10km

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