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New Era Newspaper Wednesday December 6, 2017

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6 NEWS Wedneday, December 6 2017 | NEW ERA VACANCY FUND PRINCIPAL OFFICER - WINDHOEK, NAMIBIA The successful candidate will manage the day-to-day operations and governance of the Funds according to laws applicable to retirement funds in Namibia, the Funds Rules, and Board of Trustees instructions/decisions. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Ensure that the Rule of the Funds comply with applicable legislation. 2. Oversight and guidance in respect of risk, governance and legal for the Funds; 3. Provide technical preservation retirement fund advice and policy development to the funds Strategic objectives as approved by the Board of Trustees; 4. Overview and management of Funds Strategic objectives as approved by the Board of Trustees; 5. Pro-actively manage engagements with and for the Board of Trustees; 6. Monitory the investment performance of the Funds in accordance with the Investment Statement Policy of the Funds; 7. Ensure the submission of Annual Financial Statements and Valuator Reports to the Registrar of Pension Funds; 8. Submit statistics and any other information to the relevant authorities; 9. Maintain and strengthen the relationship with all stakeholders of the Funds such as NAMFISA, bank of Namibia, Ministry of Finance; 10. Manage Member complaints and reporting thereof to the Board of Trustees of the Funds; 11. Liaise with Members of the Funds as per the communication policies and strategies approved by the Board of Trustees; 12. Liaise with and supervise service delivery of service providers in accordance with their service level agreements; 13. Arrange and attend all the meetings of the Funds; 14. Secretarial services to the Funds such as taking Minutes, compiling agendas and managing the completion of Board of Trustees instructions. Financial Controller and Administration Manager Total Namibia (Pty) Ltd invites applications from suitably qualified persons to fill the above vacancy within the company. The position is based in Windhoek. Duties and Responsibilities: Competencies and Qualifications: NAPOTEL KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND COMPETENCIES 1. Namibia citizen; 2. A relevant legal or business or commerce Bachelor’s degree 3. Drivers licence, 4. Fit and proper person; 5. Organized and disciplined; 6. Good communication and presentation skill; 7. Process, business and Member orientated, 8. Able to translate complex concepts into practical operations and recommendations for implementation, 9. Logical and analytical in problem solving; 10. Determined and self-motivated; 11. At least 5 years retirement fund/ investment/related industry experience. The successful incumbent will be appointed on a full time, contract basis, with regular performance reviews being conducted. Only shortlisted candidates will be contracted. TO APPLY, PLEASE SEND DETAILED CV TO: The Chairperson, NAPOTEL Pension Fund Holger Sircoulomb E-mail address: Kindly use the vacancy name in the subject line. CV SHOULD INCLUDE: Personal information: 1. Name of candidate; 2. Up-to-date contact details; 3. Proof of Namibian citizenship; EXPERIENCE AND REFERENCES: 1. Description of your relevant retirement fund/ investment related experience for this vacancy; 2. List of reference applicable to this vacancy. - COSTS 3. Annual fee for service required expressed as a Namibian Dollar amount; 4. Termination conditions; 5. Bases for charging for other resources and services and rates that will apply; 6. Any other information deemed relevant. CLOSING DATE: 22 DECEMBER 2017 PCA and Service Station Contribution Accounting Assist in developing and implementing pricing methodology, rebates and discounting policies Monitor and report evolution gross margin Manage appropriation, commitment and liquidation of capital expenditure for marketing investments Manage asset control process Co-ordinate annual budgeting process, result study and long-term plan Compile monthly business review and KPIs Reporting for Pre-flash, Flash and Board Bachelor (honours) degree in commerce Chartered Management Accountant 6-8 Years’ experience as a Financial Controller and Administration Manager Applicant MUST have knowledge and experience in the oil industry accounting systems Excellent attention to detail Duplicate national documents to cost more Alvine Kapitako Windhoek As of next year Namibians and foreign nationals alike will have to dig a little deeper into their pockets to pay for national and immigration documents, after Cabinet approved the proposed new fees for such documents issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration. of Information and Communication Technology Stanley Simataa said the issuance of birth, death, identity document are free. A duplicate or correction of names N0 for change of surname, Simataa said. Currently, citizens who want duplicates of identity documents pay N each, OSHAKATI Three suspected rhino poachers, who were arrested at a temporary roadblock of the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) near Omungwelume settlement in the Ohangwena Region on Friday, made on Monday. Petrus Mashuna and Frans Kiinge, both 35 years of age, as well as 21-year-old Leonard Ndapo, appeared before magistrate Mikka Namweya in the Oshakati Magistrate’s Court, who postponed their case to 12 January 2018 for further investigations. They are detained in the NamPol holding cells at Omungwelume until their next court appearance, as Namweya could not grant them bail. The trio faces the charge of possession of specially while a duplicate is N and a duplicate Simataa further announced that student permits for primary and secondary schools will cost N,500 while student permits for tertiary studies will cost N,000, N,000, re-entry visas for peer holders identity will cost N,500. Further, Namibians will now pay N0 for ordinary passports from the current N0, while lost or damaged passports will be replaced at a cost of N0 from the current N0. There are passports, however, a replacement of a lost or damaged diplomatic passport will cost N0, said Simataa. Simataa said the current fees were effected “a long time ago”. The new fees would be published in the Government gazette and will be effective as from next year. Suspected rhino poachers appear in court on Friday searched their vehicle at the said roadblock and found two fresh rhino horns in their vehicle. Spokesperson of NamPol in the region, Sergeant Abner Kaume Iitumba told Nampa on Monday that Mashuna, Kiinge and Ndapo were travelling from the Omusati Region to Oshikango. “I think Oshikango is where they have their source of money for the horns,” Iitumba noted. Ndapo is believed to be a resident of Iitapa village in Omusati and Mashuna and Kiinge are all from Uusathima village, also in the Omusati Region. Those villages are situated near the Etosha National Park, where the poaching of rhinos has become incessant. The trio indicated that they will conduct their own defence in their trial. Public prosecutor Mpule Siyomunji appeared for the State. – Nampa Need Billboard Advertising Space? If you possess all of the above, please send a résumé and cover letter to: Closing Date: 8 December 2017 For Billboard Advertising Call 081 124 3224 | 061 221 758

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