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New Era Newspaper Tuesday, February 6, 2018

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22 SPORT Tuesday, February 6 2018 | NEW ERA FOCUS ON CHAN 2018 Morocco romp to CHAN glory Morocco romped to an emphatic 4-0 victory nal of the 2018 African Nations Championship at Stade Mohamed V in Casablanca on Sunday night. The Atlas Lions become the fourth different winner of the CHAN, joining DR Congo, Tunisia and Libya on the honours board after they overpowered the Super Eagles, who played most of the second half with just 10 men. Morocco gave an early warning of their attacking potency when striker Ayoub El Kaabi headed home from Ismail Haddad’s corner kick in the seventh minute, but the goal was correctly ruled out because the ball had El Kaabi took centre stage again in the 15th minute when with an acrobatic overhead kick and rattled Nigeria’s crossbar with the effort, underlining the Atlas Lions’ early dominance. Nigeria came into the game a on, but the hosts remained danger- deadlock just before the interval. A slick move put Abdeljalil pullback from the by-line picked out Zakaria Hadraf and the winger the net, beating goalkeeper Dele Ajiboye low to his right. Things went from bad to worse for the Super Eagles when Peter Moses, who was already on a yellow card, scythed down Mohamed Nahiri early in the second half and was sent off for a second caution. The Atlas Lions duly made the most of their numerical advantage, with Walid El Karti doubling their lead on the hour mark when he headed home on the rebound after Ajiboye saved Haddad’s shot, before Hadraf added his second a few minutes later to make it 3-0. A Morocco win at this tournament wouldn’t be complete without a strike from El Kaabi, and the forward duly notched his ninth of the 2018 CHAN when he redirected a shot from Nahiri in the 73rd minute to complete the scoring. –

Tuesday, February 6 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 23 “It’s amazing to see 10 guys all sprinting to cycling has come up. There were amazing development riders.” –Dan Craven Impressed… Namibia’s leading cyclist Dan Craven (in green) in action during the 2018 Pupkewitz Megabuild National Road Cycling Championships. Photo: Nampa WINDHOEK Level of cycling in Namibia improving – Craven Professional cyclist and former national road race champion, Dan Craven says it is amazing to see young riders competing competitively in the biggest cycling competitions in Namibia. Craven who was crowned national champion in 2015 and 2016, said this on Sunday after competing in the Pupkewitz Megabuild Road Cycling Championships held in Windhoek. the decorated cyclist who last rode for Union Cyclist International (UCI) Professional Continental team, Israel Cycling Academy, said he was happy to see that the level of cycling in Namibia is growing very fast. “It’s amazing to see 10 guys all kilometres of cycling, this shows the level of cycling has come up. There were amazing riders, especially the development riders,” he said. 2006 at the African Championships B World Championships time trial in Cape Town in 2007. He said the future of cycling in Namibia is bright if young riders continue to excel in the competitions they compete in. “Today we had two young guys is a good sign for the sport. There are opportunities for them if they want to go to Europe and I hope they will continue with the hard work,” he said. Craven said he will always be available to help and guide young athletes where he can if they want to pursue their cycling future elsewhere. During the Pupkewitz Megabuild National Road Cycling Championships, Martin Freyer was crowned the 2018 national champion, while Drikus Coetzee finished second in the elite men’s category. In the elite women’s category, Vera Adrian beat Michelle Voster in a sprint to retain her title. Michelle Doman, a South African citizen, –Nampa LEASING NOTICE NAMIBIA DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION In fulfilment of its mandate of promoting Industrial development, the Ministry of Industrialisation, Trade & SME Development has constructed a Multi-Purpose Trade Centre in Rundu which includes the and the . This facility is under the management and control of the Namibia Development Corporation (NDC) The Namibia Development Corporation hereby invites applications for a qualified and enthusiastic entrepreneur to lease and manage the Thatch Grass Logistics Centre for the benefit of the Thatch Grass industry in Namibia. It is expected from the successful applicant to exhibit a genuine desire, undeniable ability, and the relevant experience to succeed in utilizing this state of the art facility to its fullest potential in the interest of the Kavango Community at large and even beyond. Desired Tenant Description and Size of business unit Monthly Rent offering, exclusive 15% VAT (N$) Resourced and experienced Thatch Grass entrepreneurs are hereby encouraged to apply for lease of the Thatch Grass Logistics Centre The Thatch Grass Logistics Centre consists of, inter alia, floor space for multi-purpose thatch sorting, ablution facilities, a reception area and a kitchen. The entire development measures 1 774 m² which consist of – Building 1: 1092m² Building 2: 81m² Building 3: 43m² Building 4: 281m² Building 5: 277m² It is expected from applicants to make a reasonable market related offer in respect of the monthly rent payable by the lessee. Please note that NDC shall add 15% VAT to offers received. : All shortlisted applicants that applied for the lease and management of the Thatch Grass Logistics Centre, will have to do a power-point presentation covering in concise format the following aspects of the business: Operational model, Marketing strategy, Human Resources, Proof of financial capabilities, Condensed CV and Business Cash Flow forecast for one year. The Thatch entrepreneur applicant must be experienced in the following fields. Retail ManagementStrategic Planning APPLICATION FORM Available at NDC Head Office, Reception, NDC Building, 11 Goethe Street, Windhoek and the NDC Regional Office Rundu. VIEWING THE PROPERTY Prospective tenants that wish to view the property prior to submission of an application to lease and/or preparation of their powerpoint presentation, kindly feel at liberty to contact the NDC Rundu based Property Officer: Mr. Fernando Marungu Tel: 066- 255020, e-mail: for an appointment. A site visit for all interested applicants to view the property will be arranged. ENQUIRIES: Head Office Mr. Sarel Losper — Cell: 081 124 5830, Tel: 061-206 2231, e-mail: Mr. Fernando Marungu — Cell: 081 145 4262, Tel: 066-255020, e-mail: CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATIONS Duly completed Application forms supported by relevant documentation as required on page 3 of the application form must be submitted on or before, Friday 2 nd March 2018 @ 12:00, and addressed to: BY HAND ONLY: Acting Managing Director / CEO; TO LET Rundu Multi-Purpose Trade Centre - Kavango East Region THATCH GRASS LOGISTICS CENTRE Attention: Mr. Sarel Losper; NDC Head Office; 11 Goethe Street ; WINDHOEK

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