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20 ADVERT Tuesday, July 25 2017 | NEW ERA NAMCOL Namibian College of Open Learning Campus Radio GET READY FOR THE EXAMINATION Education Radio Broadcast Schedule: 10 JULY - 02 SEPTEMBER 2017 TEACHING THROUGH RADIO: Developed by NAMCOL and the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture. It is a series of 15 minute radio programmes aimed at providing additional support to Grade 10/12 Learners in the country. This is part of a broader strategy aimed at addressing diverse challenges pertaining to the performance of learners during the end-of-year examinations. 10 - 22 July INSTITUTION PROGRAMMES PRODUCER DAY BROADCASTING TIME DATE 07 - 19 August INSTITUTION PROGRAMMES PRODUCER DAY BROADCASTING TIME DATE NAMCOL NSSCO Agriculture: Impact of HIV/AIDS MONDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 10 July NAMCOL NSSCO Accounting: Introduction to Accounting MONDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 07 Aug Soil Formation TUESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H00-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-15H15-UNAM 11 July Introduction to Subsidary Books TUESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H00-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-15H15-UNAM 08 Aug Soil Weathering (1) WEDNESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR NAMCOL 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 16H15-16H30-NBC 15H30-HH45-LIVE 15H30-15H45-KARAS 19H00-19H15-UNAM 12 July Production Cost (1) WEDNESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR NAMCOL 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 16H15-16H30-NBC 15H30-HH45-LIVE 15H30-15H45-KARAS 19H00-19H15-UNAM 09 Aug Soil Weathering (2) THURSDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H0019H15-UNAM 13 July Production Cost (2) THURSDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H0019H15-UNAM 10 Aug Livestock Selection FRIDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 14 July Debtors List, Creditors List and Control Accounts FRIDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 11 Aug REPEAT REPEAT SATURDAY 09H00-NBC 15 July REPEAT REPEAT SATURDAY 09H00-NBC 12 Aug NAMCOL Development Studies: Role of Government MONDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 17 Juy NAMCOL NSSCO History: Interpretation of Cartoons MONDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 14 Aug Factors Affecting Health TUESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H00-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-15H15-UNAM 18 July Interpreting Sources TUESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H00-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-15H15-UNAM 15 Aug Participation of the Country in the Global Village NAMCOL WEDNESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-HH45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 19 July Evaluating Sources WEDNESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR NAMCOL 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 16H15-16H30-NBC 15H30-HH45-LIVE 15H30-15H45-KARAS 19H00-19H15-UNAM 16 Aug Trade Agreements THURSDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H0019H15-UNAM 20 July Testing Reliability of Sources THURSDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H0019H15-UNAM 17 Aug Conducting Research FRIDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 21 July Hypothesis / Statement FRIDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 18 Aug REPEAT REPEAT SATURDAY 09H00-NBC 22 July REPEAT REPEAT SATURDAY 09H00-NBC 19 Aug 24 July - 05 August 26 August - 02 September INSTITUTION PROGRAMMES PRODUCER DAY BROADCASTING TIME DATE INSTITUTION PROGRAMMES PRODUCER DAY BROADCASTING TIME DATE NAMCOL NSSCO Biology: Diffusion MONDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 24 July NAMCOL NSSCO Economics: Economic Resources MONDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 21 Aug Excretion (1) TUESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H00-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-15H15-UNAM 25 July Advertising TUESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H00-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-15H15-UNAM 22 Aug Excretion (2) WEDNESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR NAMCOL 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 16H15-16H30-NBC 15H30-HH45-LIVE 15H30-15H45-KARAS 19H00-19H15-UNAM 26 July Occupational Choices NAMCOL WEDNESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-HH45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 23 Aug Kidney Transplant THURSDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H0019H15-UNAM 27 July Private Firms as Producers and Employers THURSDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H0019H15-UNAM 24 Aug Respiration FRIDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM REPEAT REPEAT SATURDAY 09H00-NBC NAMCOL JSC Life Science: Caring for a New Born Baby MONDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM Family Planning TUESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H00-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-15H15-UNAM Global Warming WEDNESDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR NAMCOL 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 16H15-16H30-NBC 15H30-HH45-LIVE 15H30-15H45-KARAS 19H00-19H15-UNAM Healthy Living THURSDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H0019H15-UNAM Human Evolution FRIDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 28 July 29 July 31 July 01 Aug 02 Aug 03 Aug 04 Aug REPEAT REPEAT SATURDAY 09H00-NBC 05 Aug Government Economic Policies FRIDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 25 Aug REPEAT REPEAT SATURDAY 09H00-NBC 26 Aug NAMCOL JSC Mathematics: Classification of Numbers Different Types of Integers Square Numbers and Cube Numbers Highest Common Factor and Lowest Common Multiple NAMCOL MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H00-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-15H15-UNAM 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-HH45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H0019H15-UNAM 28 Aug 29 Aug 30 Aug 31 Aug Fractions FRIDAY 15H00-15H15-OCR 15H30-15H45-LIVE 14H00-14H15-RAPIDS 15H30-15H45-KARAS 16H15-16H30-NBC 19H00-19H15-UNAM 01 Sept REPEAT REPEAT SATURDAY 09H00-NBC 02 Sept Listen to us at: www.namcol.edu.na/campus-radio/ Tune in to NBC National Radio (92.6 FM), UNAM Radio (97.4 FM), Live FM (90.3 FM in Rehoboth), Karas FM (102.3 FM in Keetmanshoop), Ohangwena Community Radio (OCR) (94.1 FM in Eenhana), Rapids FM (RFM 107.7 FM in Rundu), and NAMCOL CAMPUS RADIO (NCR) for these exciting educational programmes. 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Tuesday, July 25 2017 | NEW ERA SPORT 21 ‘Neymar staying at Barcelona’ Going no way... Brazilian star Neymar is set to stay at Barcelona this summer admit reports of a £195m to Paris Saint- Germain. -Photo: CardsChat.com Brazilian superstar striker Neymar will stay with Barcelona, according to teammate Gerard Pique, who posted a Twitter message on the striker’s status on Sunday. Spanish international defender Pique indicated the South American maestro would continue at Camp Nou by tweeting a photo of Neymar with the caption “He’s staying.” The message came hours after Neymar gave Barcelona fans a dazzling reminder of what he brings, the talisman scoring twice as the Spanish giants defeated Juventus 2-1 in a pre-season friendly Saturday in New Jersey. The 25-year-old Brazilian superstar is at the centre of frenzied speculation linking him to a world record 222-million-euro ($256.8 million) transfer to Paris Saint- Germain. Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde swatted down talk of Neymar departing to France on Friday, dismissing “rumors” while saying the squad wants him to stay for years to come. “This is a time of rumors. We understand it’s how it is,” Valverde said. “He is with us right now. One of us. It’s a player we love and we want. Not only football-wise, but also for the things he brings to the locker room. “It’s only rumors. There’s no need to worry about something we don’t know if it’s going to happen or not. If it happens in the future, we’ll see. But no need to worry about it now.” - Nampa/AFP Bolt goes sub-10sec in Monaco 100m Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt ran a season’s best of 9.95 seconds to win the 100m at Friday’s Diamond League in Monaco. In his second appearance in Europe in his farewell season, Bolt produced a trademark strong second segment to beat out American Isiah Young by 0.03sec. Bolt, winner of eight Olympic and 11 world gold medals, will bring down the curtain on his glittering career at August’s world championships in London. But for the moment, it remains entertainment, and Bolt, as he has done consistently throughout his career, played to the sell-out 17 000-capacity crowd at the Louis II Stadium when introduced in warm, balmy weather. Starting in lane four, Bolt was second slowest out of the blocks, the 100 and 200m world record holder easily matched by Young in lane two. The crowd, on their feet, roared, and so Bolt responded as he has so many times before, moving into his famed “drive phase”, head coming slowly up as part of the process that unleashes the full power from his long legs. The towering Jamaican duly powered home, even easing up over the line, with Young in second and South African Akani Simbine in third (10.02) in a photo-finish from Britain’s Chijindu Ujah. “It was good,” Bolt said of his 53rd sub-10sec 100m. “I’m going in the right direction, although there is still a lot of work to do. Sub-10 is always good. “There are always mixed emotions, I’m happy for my career but sad that it is ending.” A bemused Bolt, however, was denied the chance of a lap of honour as the men’s 3 000m steeplechase, won by American Evan Jager, was staged just after, meaning the Jamaican was hustled off the track. He later came back on, to fireworks and synchronised cheerleading in which he even took part. While Bolt’s winning time was far off his world record of 9.58sec, set back at the Berlin world championships in 2009, it at least broke that 10-sec barrier, for the first time this season. Bolt has struggled to produce his best form this season, running 10.03 in Kingston and 10.06 in Ostrava in his only two outings, well behind rising US star Christian Coleman’s worldleading 9.82 in Oregon last month. -Nampa/AFP Still number one... Eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt ran his first sub-10-second time of the year to win the 100m at the Diamond League in Monaco. -Photo: akonkonnected.com

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