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New Era Newspaper Wednesday April 25, 2018

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16 AFRICA Wednesday, April 25 2018 | NEW ERA REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA Ministry of Health and Social Services PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT REQUEST FOR SEALED QUOTATIONS FOR: Procurement Reference No: Directorate: Description: Procurement Reference No: Division: G/RFQ/1304ZO-12/2018 Otjozondjupa Region Procurement of 4x phototherapy lights and 10x digital vital sign monitors to the four district hospitals in Otjozondjupa Region (Okakarara, Grootfontein, Okahandja and Otjiwarongo District Hospitals) G/RFQ/1303WS-13/2018 Windhoek Central Hospital Procurement Reference No: G/RFQ/1303WS-14/2018 Division: Windhoek Central Hospital Description: Procurement of various blood gas machine / support consumables Procurement Reference No: Division: Description: Procurement Reference No: Directorate: Description: G/RFQ/1303OR-15/2018 Intermediate Hospital Oshakati Procurement of a Tablet counting machine G/RFQ/1304KE-16/2018 Kavango East and West Regions Procurement of various orthopaedic materials Windhoek West Procurement Reference number should be clearly marked on top of the sealed envelope. mhss.gov.na) and will be communicated and shared with all bidders. Original receipts (proof of payment) should be attached on the bidding document. Closing Date of submission: Wednesday, 02 May 2018 @ 11h00 South Africa is set for a steep decline in wine production in 2018 as the country experience water shortages. In the photo is one of the vineyards. South Africa wine production drying up in water crisis Paris south africa is set for a steep decline in wine production in 2018 as the country grapples with a water crisis ravaging Cape Town and surrounding areas, a Parisbased global organisation said Tuesday. africa’s top wine producer is set to produce 8.6 million hectolitres of wine this year, down 20.4 percent down from 2017, the international Organisation of Vine and Wine (OiV) said in a statement. The Western Cape region has gone three years, forcing south africa’s second city to slash residential water consumption. While cautiously welcoming the water shortage’s impact on improved grape have been struggling with the drought, which has sown panic across the Cape Town area. More broadly, overall production in the southern hemisphere is set to remain stable at around 52 million hl -- only a marginal change from last year. argentina, the world’s sixth-biggest producer, will see its production rise 14.2 percent to 13.5 million hl. in Chile, also a rising star in the world of wine, is set to see a 19 percent rise to 11.3 million hl. will however see its production dip 8.7 percent to 12.5 million hl. historic drop in production triggered by unusually long winters in the world’s and spain. But in more positive news, in a sign global consumption stabilised in 2017 at 243 million hl. “The downturn in the consumption italy and spain -- appears to have stabilised, while the consumption of the United states, China and australia continued to increase,” the OiV said in a statement. - Nampa / Afp MEMORIAL & FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENT The Munwela family announce the funeral and memorial service of their son who passed away on Wednesday, 18 th of April 2018. KENNETH LIFUNA MUNWELA DATE OF DEATH: 18 April 2018 DATE OF BIRTH: 28 November 1971 MEMORIAL SERVICE: Thursday, 26 April 2018 VENUE: Kamunu Hall BURIAL: Friday, 27 April 2018 VENUE: Sibbinda Village CONTACT PERSON: Mr Percy Misika – 0811608265 Mrs Clarinah Mwazi – 081283937 Psalm 3 verse 5 He laid me down and slept, I walked, for the LORD sustained me. (King James Version)

Wednesday, April 25 2018 | NEW ERA WORLD 17 French tycoon Bollore held for questioning over Africa ports deals ParIS Billionaire French tycoon Vincent Bollore was detained tuesday as part of a corruption investigation involving his group’s acquisition of contracts to operate ports in West africa, legal sources told aFP. the 66-year-old head of the Bollore Group, was taken into custody in the Paris suburb of Nanterre for questioning about how the group obtained contracts to run Lome port in togo and Conakry ort in Guinea, the sources said on ondition of anonymity. the news that the magnate was being questioned caused Bollore stocks to tumble over 8 percent in Paris trading. the group, which has interests in construction, logistics, media, advertising and shipping, said it “formally denied” any wrongdoing in its african operations. Its director general, Gilles alix, and the manager of the international division of its communications subsidiary Havas, Jean-Philippe Dorent, were also taken into custody, a judicial source added. Investigators are probing allegations that the tentacular group, which has interests in construction, logistics, media, advertising and shipping, the group’s african logistics arm has several port and rail concessions in africa. communications work done by Dorent for Guinean President alpha Conde and togolese President Faure Gnassingbe. Group’s headquarters in the Paris suburb of Puteaux. the investigation stems from a probe into the connections of Francis Perez, the president of the Pefaco group, which operates hotels and casinos in africa. Perez has been linked to Dorent, who campaign. Months after he became his country’s summarily terminated the contract of Conakry port’s operator -- a subsidiary of French shipping company NCt Necotrans -- and gave it to rival Bollore. the Bollore Group to pay Necotrans compensation for its lost investment in the port but cleared it of having a hand in the president’s decision. Dorent also worked on the communications strategy of Gnassingbe, who succeeded his father Gnassingbe after Gnassingbe’s reelection to a won the 35-year Lome port contract -- a decision also challenged by a rival. – Nampa / AFP Indonesia’s former speaker gets 15 years in jail for corruption Jakarta Indonesia’s former parliament speaker was given a 15-year prison term on tuesday in one of the country’s toughest sentences for graft, marking a victory in a continuing clampdown on widespread corruption. Setya Novanto, once among politicians, had been accused of taking millions of dollars in kickbacks and bribes linked to the national roll-out of government ID cards. “We have found defendant Setya Novanto, beyond reasonable doubt, guilty of violating anti-corruption law,” presiding Judge Yanto told the packed Jakarta courtroom. Novanto -- once praised by Donald trump as one Indonesia’s would need time to consider an appeal. His months-long trial came after a string of manoeuvres -- including allegedly faking an injury in a car crash -- which critics say the 62-year-old used to dodge serious charges. Prosecutors had demanded a 16-year sentence. Judge Yanto, who like many Indonesians goes by one name, the .4 million prosecutors had wanted him to pay as restitution to the state. Novanto, who had managed to sidestep corruption allegations in the past, was accused of playing a key role in embezzlement from the from state coffers. Several other and businessmen have been charged in the scandal. the scale of the graft shocked many Indonesians even in one of the world’s most corrupt countries. Payoffs and bribes are rife at all levels of society and endemic in many state agencies, including the police force. Indonesia ranked 96th out of International’s corruption index last year, while it scored a lowly 37 on a scale of perceived public clean” and zero “highly corrupt”. the war on graft has come with a high price for some. a top investigator for Indonesia’s powerful Corruption Eradication Commission was attack as he was heading the probe into the case involving Novanto and others. No one has yet been arrested. the verdict comes several years after the former chief justice of Indonesia’s constitutional court, akil Mochtar, was jailed for life for accepting bribes to issue favourable decisions in local election disputes. It was the country’s heaviestever sentence for corruption. Novanto, who dodged questioning by the anti-corruption agency for months, was arrested in hospital in November after he claimed to have been injured in a car crash. the reported accident came shortly after a failed raid on his palatial estate. Indonesia’s graft buster subsequently charged Novanto’s then-lawyer and doctor with obstructing justice over allegations they booked a hospital room for the supposedly injured politician before his purported car accident happened. Novanto had been forced to he was caught on tape trying to extort a stake in the Indonesian unit of US mining giant Freeport- McMoran in exchange for extending the company’s right to operate in the archipelago. - Nampa / AFP Monday, 23 April 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Old Mutual Life 09:00-14:30 Swakopmund Town (Ferdinand Stich Str 4) 13:00-18:00 Tuesday, 24 April 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Tsumeb Town (Private Hospital) 11:00-18:00 MTC Head Office 09:00-14:30 Walvis Bay Town (Behind Welwitschia Medi-park) 13:00-18:00 Wednesday, 25 April 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 NIMT (Tsumeb) 09:00-16:00 Namwater 09:30-15:00 NIMT Arandis (Build & Trade) 09:00-16:00 Thursday, 26 April 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-18:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 NIMT (Tsumeb) 09:00-16:00 NIMT Arandis (Main Campus) 09:00-16:00 Friday, 27 April 2018 Centre Tal Street 07:00-16:00 United House Centre 08:30-16:00 Dundee Precious Metals (Tsumeb) 09:00-15:00 Agra (Lafrenz) 09:00-15:00 Pick ‘n Pay (Swakopmund) 10:00-15:00 Sponsored by: Okakarara Town Council Private Bag 2104, Okakarara, Namibia Tel: 067 – 317084 / 317075, Fax: 067 – 317202, E-mail: okakararatc@gmail.com Vision: ‘To become a sound vibrant, economically developed Municipality and be a model public institution’ PUBLIC NOTICE Okakarara Town Council has as from 01 April 2018 commenced with the General Valuation of all rateable and nonrateble properties within its jurisdiction, the local authorities Act 1992 Act 23 of 1992) PART XIV as amended requires a general valuation to be completed every five (5) years for all rateable properties in the local authority area. The general valuation is a systematic, in depth process of valuing (determine new property values for rating purposes) all the immovable property in the local authority area of Okakarara. The exercise is a requirement as per the local authorities Act 1992 Act 23 of 1992) PART XIV as amended. There are about 2718 registered rateable and non-rateable properties in the town of Okakarara. The valuation process The main objective of the on-site inspection is to collect information, which will be used by valuers to establish the value of each property. The more accurate and correct the information, the more accurate the value determined. The data collectors will visit houses between 7:00am to 19pm, Monday to Saturday. If you are in doubt of the authenticity of the data collectors you can call 067-317084/317075; Okakarara Town Council appointed the Valuer. The information includes: By allowing the Data collectors access to your home, accurate information relating to the construction and value of your property can be collected and in this way you will be assured that an accurate valuation will be arrived at. If you are not at home when Data collectors visit, they will leave a note advising you that they came around. All information noted down by the Data collectors is confidential and will be treated as such. The public cooperation in the valuation process is very necessary, obstructing a Valuer or Data collector in the exercise of their duties is a criminal offence. Should one require more information please contact our office. All correspondence should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer

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