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New Era Newspaper Tuesday May 15, 2018

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22 Tuesday 15 May 2018 NEW ERA ADVERT OFFICE OF THE PERMANENT SECRETARY ADVERTORIAL CLARIFICATION TO AN ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN THE NAMIBIAN SUN OF WEDNESDAY, 9 MAY 2018 TITLED The Namibian Sun, a weekly newspaper, published an article titled,

Tuesday 15 May 2018 NEW ERA SPORT 23 “Not all the players that were called came to the training camp, but we are confident we can get the desired outcome from this camp, the best possible team to go to Mauritius and make history. The class of 2016 did their part and we now have to preserve the legacy and be counted in the region.” – Cole Mungendje. Baby Warriors prepares for Cosafa U/17 Champs WINDHOEK - The Namibia Football Association (NFA) has called up 32 players for a training camp in preparation of the upcoming 2018 Cosafa Under 17 Cup, slated for Mauritius from 19-29 July, a competition the Baby Warriors, as the national U-17 side is known, won in 2016. The Baby Warriors for the first time ever won an international tournament when they defeated South Africa to be crowned the 2016 Cosafa Under 17 Champions on the Island of Mauritius and having missed to defend their title last year due to lack of funds, preparations for participation in 2018 are on track with 32 players invited for a training camp under the watchful eye of head coach Pauhl Shakes Malembu. The youngsters were scouted at the 2017 Skorpion Zinc Under 17 Cup, attended their first training camp last week with a few players failing to have made the trip for the trials. “Not all the players that were called came to the training camp, but we are confident we can get the desired outcome from this camp, the best possible team to go to Mauritius and make history. The class of 2016 did their part and we now have to preserve the legacy and be counted in the region,” says team manager Cole Mungendje. More players were also scouted during last weekend’s National Youth Games held in Windhoek under the auspices of the Namibia Sports Commission. –NFA.org.na Here are the 32 players called up: John Muronga (Kavango East), Titus Domingo, Johannes Salom and Merekisedek Hamukoto (Oshana), Erastus Ambambi, Erastus Nginoshiho (Omusati), Norman Ameb, Mutani Boois, Viuaa Kuhanga, Morgan Nanuseb, Joshua Kayimbi, Mbitjita Kaeka and Bradley Hanixab (Otjozondjupa), Promis Gurirab, Steven Damaseb, Thomas Bantam, Prince Tjiueza and Tyrone George (Erongo), Denzel Narib, John-Paul Beukes (Khomas), Collin Mbatjangovasi, Petwilla Kangameni, Masego Hobexab, Vicento Ganeb and Viera Kazongominja (Omaheke), Dandre Both and Heinrich Plaatjies (//Kharas), Petrus Kaveto and Pedritu Hausiku (Kavango West), Jamol Somseb (Oshikoto), Justin Schuster (Hardap) and Okamaru Gao- Khoib (Kunene). NEFD opens with 33 goals REHOBOTH – The North East First Division (NEFD) football league Round 2 played on Sunday went without hiccups. “We had no issues and I foresee a league campaign without any problems,” said league Chairperson Mpasi Haingura. The league kicked off Saturday in Rundu, Katima Mulilo, Bagani, Rundu and Oshikango. In Saturday’s matches of Pool A, Black Hawks and Kangweru Black Tops drew one-all at the Katima Mulilo Stadium, while Ntunguru defeated Eastern Chiefs 1-0 in Bagani. Pool B saw Oshikango Chiefs beating Young Rangers 6-0 at the Ohangwena Independence Stadium, while K.K United schooled Benfica 6-1 at the Nkurenkuru Stadium. Julinho defeated Cuca Tops 1-0 at the Rundu Sports Stadium. A total of 17 goals were scored to bring the total goals scored over the weekend to 33. Meanwhile, Round 3 and 4 of the NEFD will be played this coming weekend in Kangweru, Rundu, Nkerunkuru and Tsumeb. “As we all know we are in a race against time to finish, so we have to complete the league before the world cup,” Haingura noted in a separate interview with Nampa on Monday. In Pool A matches scheduled for Saturday at 14h00, Kangweru Black Tops will face Black Hawks at the Kangweru Stadium, while at Rundu Sports Stadium, Bingo United will battle Black Hawks also at 14h00 followed by United Stars going up against Eastern Chiefs at the same venue. In Pool B also on Saturday K. K United will confront Oshikango Chiefs at Nkurenkuru Stadium slated for 14h00, with Young Rangers versus Julinho Sporting slated for Oscar Norich Stadium in Tsumeb at 14h00, followed by Benfica and Cuca Tops completing the line-up at the same venue. On Sunday in Pool A, United Stars will face Black Hawks at the Rundu Sports Stadium at 11h00 followed by Bingo United doing battle with Eastern Chiefs. Pool B will see two matches at Oscar Norich Stadium with the first match of the day starting at 11h00 between Benfica and Julinho Sporting followed by Young Rangers and Cucua Tops at 13h00. – Nampa. Republic of Namibia Ministry of Sport, Youth & National Service CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST SHORT TERM CONSULTANCY TO EDIT AND DESIGN LAYOUT FOR THE NATIONAL YOUTH STATUS REPORT FOR NAMIBIA 1. Background: The Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Service and the National Youth Council with other relevant stakeholders have developed the National Youth Status Report for Namibia. The National Youth Status report provides a comprehensive analysis and documentation of the status of the youth in Namibia focusing on prioritised thematic areas such as Population, Education, Health, Employment and social economic status to name a few which will inform relevant National Development Strategies. 2. Purpose: The overall purpose of this short term consultancy is to assist the Ministry of Sport, Youth and National services and partners to edit and design layout of the National Youth Status Report for Namibia. 3. Objectives of the Consultancy: Report 4. Requirements: policy analysis, population and development issues. 5. Deliverables: Selected candidate will be recruited as a short term consultant 6. Application Process: A written cover letter including 7. Deadline for applications: EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: EDIT AND DESIGN LAYOUT FOR THE NATIONAL YOUTH STATUS REPORT FOR NAMIBIA Ministry of Sport, Youth & National Service 11 Goethe street, NDC Building, 6 th Floor, Windhoek, Namibia Enquiries: Dr. I.L Kahikuata or Ms. R. Amakali, Tel: 061 270 6500/17

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