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12 Inside BUSINESS Wednesday, February 14 2018 | NEW ERA MINISTRY OF POVERTY ERADICATION AND SOCIAL WELFARE PUBLIC NOTICE PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE INVITATION FOR SUBMISSIONS OF COMPANY/BUSINESS PROFILES FOR PROVISION OF GOODS, WORKS AND SERVICES TO THE MINISTRY OF POVERTY ERADICATION AND SOCIAL WELFARE PURPOSE: CATEGORY A 1. GOODS 2. WORKS REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA CATEGORY B 1. CONSULTANCY SERVICES 2. NON-CONSULTANCY SERVICES NB: The documents outlined below are mandatory in order to qualify for listing as eligible supplier: DUE DATE: 28 February 2018 Administrative Enquiries: Considering a career in taxes? Staff Reporter Windhoek Not many people dream of becoming a tax professional… the common stereotype of career dreams are usually of becoming a doctor or a lawyer. Young children commonly dream of usual for children to spend their childhood dreaming of becoming tax managers as many may consider it daunting. demonstrating that tax as a career path is but delivers the insights that aid businesses to make imperative decisions around strategic areas. Easter Ndakondja (27) is an experienced local tax professional and is a perfect example to Namibian youth that working in tax can offer you a bright future. Her childhood dream of becoming a pharmacist took the backseat the day she enrolled for her undergraduate of Namibia. Her degree in accounting was followed by a two-year post graduate degree which was converted to a Chartered Accountant this essentially equates to a total of nine years articles at Deloitte has been career highlights a successful career. is astounded by the rigorous opportunities that could position it as a dream career for any child. of this world! In an audit sphere you are afforded to speak about their business strategy and opportunities. Not even mentioning the global Ndakondja hails from Eenhana in northern - between her aunt in Ondangwa and spending Easter navigated her childhood purposefully and worked very hard. Growing up in a large motivate her later in life. With a goal to learn as much as she can and would also love to be more involved in other areas within Nedbank – be it within social or strategic aspects of the business. She shares that one of the reasons she moved to Nedbank was on environmental matters as well as their people centeredness and diversity. years of her life working arduously towards a to complete something that seems impossible It may seem it was smooth sailing for instrumental in me completing my CA journey. involved in community work and stretches me Easter’s professional discipline is an asset to any company and the country at large. It is universal and dynamic. With the economic advice and guidance to navigate tax regimes taking into account the regulatory and legislative environments. need to pay their taxes and this is where the tax Government taxes and comply with applicable her work the fact that tax legislation is always Easter enjoys reading up on tax laws and related operations and risk management. she envisions herself being a mentor and being involved in charity organisations. She views not only her career growth as paramount but places great emphasis on her personal growth. in her spare time and enjoys watching reality of her top bucket list items are to undertake a mentor young girls from northern Namibia. Her parting words to the student who has reached The NSFAF was very helpful when it came to paying for my accommodation, transport and food costs. Thank you once again, NSFAF. THOMAS KASITA URGENT NOTICE: CHANGE OF THE ONLINE APPLICATION CLOSING DATE 16 FEBRUARY 2016 The Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund would like to inform all prospective loan beneficiaries that the 2018 Online Application closing date is on the 16 February 2018 and will no longer proceed to the 28 February 2018. The Fund hereby issues an apology to the public for the short notice and inconvenience caused. Launch your online application today and upload your documents no later than the 16 February 2018. For more information, visit our website: Tel: 061 420 686/692/612, Toll free No: 0800 267 323 Email:


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