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22 SPORT Wednesday, February 7 2018 | NEW ERA ELJOTA INVESTMENT MANAGERS PRESENTS NAMIBIA INVESTMENT SUMMIT 2018 TheEljotaInvestmentSummit2018isthefirstof itskindanduniqueInvestmentSummitfocusing ontheNamibianmarketandtargetedtowardsIn vestors,PensionFundTrustees,Finance Professionals,AssetManagersand anyother personinterestedinuntappingand leveragingopportunities in Namibia. Acollaborativeeventbykeyplayersinthelocal financialsectordeliveringcuttingedgeviews andresearchbyNamibianandregionalexperts. 6 March 2018 NIPAM Programme: GLOBAL, SOUTH AFRICAN AND NAMIBIAN ECONOMIC OUTLOOK 2018: An outlook of the global financial markets with special focus on Namibia. NAMIBIA’S BEST LISTED INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES A great opportunity to see four of Namibia’s best investment managers reveal what they are buying now and where they see the best opportunities. INVESTING IN DIGITAL CURRENCIES INCLUDING BITCOIN A primer on cryptocurrencies, what is driving the crypto-craze and how long can it last? NAMIBIA’S BEST UNLISTED INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIESThe best opportunities hidden in this new asset class for investors. RETIRE IN STYLE. HOW MUCH SHOULD I SAVE FOR MY RETIREMENT AND WHEN A panel discussion on strategies to help you to retire in style and boost your savings. COMMON MISTAKES INVESTORS MAKE Is there a smarter way to invest in the market when faced with hot speculative instruments, market timing and more? INVESTING IN NAMIBIAN BONDS AND TREASURY BILLS The outlook for Namibian and South African bonds and TB’s? LIFE-STAGE INVESTING Determining the right investment strategy while going through different life stages. INVESTING OFFSHORE MADE EASY How to go about investing offshore or opening offshore accounts with Private Banking experts. Register today at www.eljotainvestmentsummit.com for N$ 1,950 For more queries please contact: info@eljotainvestmentsummit.com, +264 61 308 899 Pique could face punishment for celebration Barcelona defender Gerard Pique’s goal celebration against Espanyol in their 1-1 draw at the weekend will be examined to see if he was provoking the fans at the RCDE Stadium in Cornella, La Liga president Javier Tebas said on Monday. If the Spanish football federation’s competition committee deems Pique’s actions punishable, the Spanish international could face a suspension of up to three games. the crowd after heading home an 82ndminute equaliser against their local rivals, with home fans reacting furiously. “The committee will rule if the gesture is punishable, but we will take it to them so they can make a decision,” Tebas told reporters. “The regulations mean that certain ways of celebrating goals can be considered provocation.” Pique has a frayed relationship with Espanyol fans and has often riled them with provocative comments, recently mocking the club for being based in Cornella, a town 10km south-west of Barcelona. Following the game, Pique said his celebration was the least he could do after some of the insults Espanyol fans have aimed at his family, although Tebas disagreed. “We have to highlight the fact Espanyol worked well and until that moment, Pique’s goal, there was not a single insult aimed at Pique’s family, which is something we were worried about at La Liga. “His provocative gesture made the fans react and come out with insults, which are intolerable. “(The shushing celebration) has been done before but on few occasions has it generated widespread irritation. We should avoid celebrations that irritate people.” – Supersport.com Punishable… La Liga president Javier Tebas has said Gerard Pique could be punished for his celebration after scoring a late equaliser in a 1-1 draw with Espanyol on Sunday. Ref admits penalty question mistake Referee Jon Moss has admitted he was he had seen a crucial penalty decision in Sunday’s Premier League clash between Liverpool and Tottenham. Moss gave Tottenham a late penalty at when the ball was passed to him but Reds defender Dejan Lovren inadvertently played him on by getting a faint touch when he tried to hack it clear. then spent several moments discussing with his linesman Eddie Smart whether the Tottenham striker was offside. In their exchange, picked up by a pitchside microphone, Smart is heard twice asking if Lovren touched the ball, as that would be a “deliberate action” and make the pass. Moss twice tells Smart he does not know if Lovren touched it or not and is heard via his headset, if he “got anything from TV”, only to almost immediately say “I’m giving the penalty” and point to the spot. This prompted many observers at the game to wonder if this decision was effectively awarded by video review despite the Premier League not yet using the system. That, however, has now been denied by the Professional Game Match they went professional in 2001. In a statement, a PGMO spokesman explained Moss was in a “good position” to see that a Liverpool player had touched the speed of the attack” was uncertain of who it was. The spokesman said Smart saw touched it. “His question created some momentary confusion when Eddie asked if ‘Lovren’ had touched the ball,” the spokesman said. “Moss knew a Liverpool player had touched the ball but not that it was Lovren. “He then asked a question to his fourth official Martin Atkinson and acknowledges that referencing ‘TV’ was misguided. Atkinson did not reply to the question and so had no involvement in the decision. “Having properly reflected on the questions asked, Jon knew a Liverpool played the ball and that no offside offence had occurred. He then awarded the penalty. “For the avoidance of doubt, Atkinson did not view a television monitor and did another controversially awarded spot-kick in stoppage-time to give Spurs a 2-2 draw. – Nampa/AFP

Wednesday, February 7 2018 | NEW ERA SPORT 23 Fully stretched…Wilko Hoffmann from CFC 3 seen in action during the Bank Windhoek Fistball League. Fistball league kicks-off this weekend Staff Reporter Windhoek T Referee Shongedi leads team to Angola Staff Reporter Windhoek Namibian referee Jonas Shongedi leads a team of DESCRIPTION: OSHAKATI TOWN COUNCIL PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT UNIT BID INVITATION BID REFERENCE NO: G/ONB/OSHTC-01/2018 Compactor to Oshakati Town Council. DOCUMENT AVAILABLE: Monday, 29 January 2018 until the 26 February 2018 at the cashier; Oshakati Town Council (Civic Centre), 906 Sam Nuyoma Road, Oshakati LEVY: CLOSING DATE: CONTACT PERSON: DELIVERY ADDRESS FOR: SUBMISSION OF BIDS: N,000.00 (Cash Non-Refundable) Tuesday, 27 February 2018 at 12h00 Secretary: Procurement Management Unit Mrs. A-L. Korea-Jeremia Tel: 065-229500/229532 Fax: 065-220435 Email: akorea@oshtc.na OR Mrs. M. I. Iita (Technical) Tel: 065-229500/229557 Fax: 065-220435 Bids must be submitted in the prescribed format and deposited in the Tender Box at Oshakati Town Council Civic Centre, Ground Floor and addressed to: Procurement Management Unit Oshakati Town Council (Civic Centre) Private Bag 5530, Oshakati

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