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Wednesday, July 5 2017 | NEW ERA 19 Services Auction Auction Education Services Services Services General For Sale/For Rent For Sale/For Rent Services General General General NAMCOL BOOKSHOP We offer the following for JSC (Gr.10) & NSSCO/H (Gr.12) Materials: Study Guides (self-in structural materials) Examination booklets (contains past national examination papers and answers) Video Lessons & Radio Programmes (short storylines that add value to studies) MONDAY TO FRIDAY: 08H00 - 16H30 Tel: (061) 20 5285/02 Fax: (061) 20 5285 B ook Shop Motoring For Sale FOR SALE NAMCOL Multi-Media Production Centre 2009 SEDAN VW 24X-POLO Good condition N,000,00 Contact: Mr. T Louw 081-1241580 Services Carolus Guesthouse Situated: 72 Johan Albrecht Street Windhoek West Opposite Central Hospital We offer: • Bed & Breakfast • • Air - Condition in all rooms • Fridges in all rooms • Fully Secured and full security installed • All rooms are in-suite Contact: 0814355654 OR 061-308830 Education Services ICDL NAMCOL ENROL TODAY AT ANY OF OUR CENTRES COUNTRYWIDE Windhoek Tel: (061) 320 5297 j.izaks@namcol.edu.na Ongwediva Tel: 065-233 794 CblcOngwediva@namcol.edu.na TM INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER DRIVING LICENCE Upgrade your computer skills and improve your job prospects! Contact Ms. A. Phillips at phillips@namcol.edu.na or (061) 320 5297 for the following services: Bulk photocopying Duplication Printing Binding of documents Flyers, brochures, posters Scanning Lamination mpc NAMCOL WATCH NAMCOL EDUCATIONAL VIDEO’S ON nbc Tune into: nbc channel 4 Notices Notices Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA MINISTRY OF TRADE & INDUSTRY LIQUOR ACT, 1998 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO A COMMITTEE IN TERMS OF THE LIQUOR ACT, 1998 (regulations 14, 26 & 33) Notice is given that an application in terms of the Liquor Act, 1998, particulars of which appear below, will be made to the Regional Liquor Licensing Committee, Region: OSHANA 1. Name and postal address of applicant, FILLEMON ALBERTINA MAGANO, PO BOX 2793, ONDANGWA 2. Name of business or proposed Business to which applicant relates DORNADO BAR 3. Address/Location of premises to which Application relates: ERF 1258, ONGUTA STREET 4. Nature and details of application: SHEBEEN LIQUOR LICENCE 5. Clerk of the court with whom Application will be lodged: ONDANGWA 6. Date on which application will be Lodged: 15 JULY 2017 7 Date of meeting of Committee at Which application will be heard: 13 SEPTEMBER 2017 Any objection or written submission in terms of section 28 of the Act in relation to the applicant must be sent or delivered to the Secretary of the Committee to reach the Secretary not less than 21 days before the date of the meeting of the Committee at which the application will be heard. Etseyitho Lyeso REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA MINISTRY OF TRADE & INDUSTRY LIQUOR ACT, 1998 NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO A COMMITTEE IN TERMS OF THE LIQUOR ACT, 1998 (regulations 14, 26 & 33) Notice is given that an application in terms of the Liquor Act, 1998, particulars of which appear below, will be made to the Regional Liquor Licensing Committee, Region: OSHIKOTO 1. Name and postal address of applicant, NUULE THOMAS UUKONGO PO BOX 30116 ONANKALI 2. Name of business or proposed Business to which applicant relates ENZILE SHEBEEN 3. Address/Location of premises to which Application relates: ENZILE VILLAGE 4. Nature and details of application: SHEBEEN LIQUOR LICENCE 5. Clerk of the court with whom Application will be lodged: ONDANGWA 6. Date on which application will be Lodged:31 JULY 2017 7 Date of meeting of Committee at Which application will be heard: 13 SEPTEMBER 2017 Any objection or written submission in terms of section 28 of the Act in relation to the applicant must be sent or delivered to the Secretary of the Committee to reach the Secretary not less than 21 days before the date of the meeting of the Committee at which the application will be heard. Me. 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Date on which application will be Lodged15 JULY 2017 7 Date of meeting of Committee at Which application will be heard: 13 SEPTEMBER 2017 Any objection or written submission in terms of section 28 of the Act in relation to the applicant must be sent or delivered to the Secretary of the Committee to reach the Secretary not less than 21 days before the date of the meeting of the Committee at which the application will be heard. Options 1. Base 2. Standard 3. Advanced I CDL SE SMS Classifieds 081 797 4305 Natangwe Kambadwa naamwameme otatu tseyitha eso lyamumwameme gwetu. A. Ehupulitho 1. Movenduka, 05 July 2017, 15H00 - Mongeleka ya Immanuel 2. Kowambo, 07 July 2017, 15H00 B. Efumviko Onamugolo, Oshaango, 08 July 2017, 07h00 Ongodi: 0855600452 / 0817367871

20 SPORT Wednesday, July 5 2017 | NEW ERA Pacquiao to ‘think hard’ about retiring Ei ght-time world boxing c h a m p i o n Manny Pacquiao has said he will “think hard” about retiring after his stunning and controversial defeat to unheralded Australian challenger Jeff Horn. Arriving home in the Philippines a day after losing his World Boxing Organisation welterweight title in a major upset in Brisbane on Sunday, t h e 3 8 - y e a r - o l d Pacquiao said he was thinking about hanging up his gloves for good. “ I a m a l s o considering the opinion of people, the opinion of my family and my body,” Pacquiao told ABS- C B N t e l e v i s i o n on Monday night when asked about retirement. “I plan to relax first and recover from the pains in my body and then after that, when I have already relaxed, that’s ONGWEDIVA ANNUAL TRADE FAIR 2017 when I will think hard about it.” Immediately after the fight, Pacquiao had said he wanted a rematch with Horn. Pacquiao’s wife, Jinkee, and his trainer, Freddie Roach, had said they would advise him to quit boxing after a phenomenal 22-year professional career in which he won world titles in an unprecedented eight weight divisions. Pacquiao briefly retired from boxing last year to pursue his long-held political ambitions and was elected senator. But he quickly At the crossroads... Eight-time world boxing champion Manny Pacquiao. made a successful comeback against Jessie Vargas in November, saying he still felt like a youngster. The 29-yearold Horn’s ultraaggressive style proved too much for Pacquiao, with the three judges scoring the fight 117-111, 115-113 and 115-113 to the Australian after 12 rounds. O n M o n d a y , Pacquiao made disparaging comments about his opponent. “He’s not really good but he’s really strong,” Pacquiao said of Horn, as he questioned the decisions of American referee Mark Nelson. “There is no problem with the style of Jeff Horn if he plays dirty, because there is a referee,” Pacquiao said. “The problem here is that the referee, I don’t know if he did it deliberately or he just did not have experience, he just allowed it and did not even give any warning for how many times. It’s as if the referee wanted to help my opponent.” – Nampa/AFP INVITATION FOR BIDS No.: OATF RE-AD/2017/02/CATERING Description: Provision of Catering Services Levy: 250.00 No.: OATF 2017/03/DECORATION Description: Provision of DECORATION Services Levy: 250.00 Enquiries: Ms. L. Aimwata OATF 2017: 25 th August – 02 nd September For enquiries Tel: 065- 230191; Fax: 065- 230610 ; E-Mail: ongwetradefair@iway.na DOCUMENTS ARE AVAILABLE: as from Wednesday, 3 rd July 2017 at the Ongwediva Trade Centre ONLY CLOSING DATE: Tuesday, August 1 st , 2017 at 14h30 Ref ‘beaten’ after controversial draw The Chinese Football Association (CFA) has launched an investigation into a controversial second-division draw that resulted in a match official reportedly being beaten and allegations of matchfixing. Baoding Rongda were leading 2-1 when the referee awarded the visitors Wuhan Zall a penalty during seven minutes of stoppage time at the end of Saturday’s fixture. The spot-kick was converted and the match ended 2-2. Angry fans pelted the match officials with debris as they were escorted by security personnel from the pitch when the game ended, reported state newspaper the Beijing News. Baoding chairman Meng Yongli burst into tears at a chaotic post-match press conference, alleging his side had been cheated out of the win. The Beijing News reported that fourth official Yang Kaizi was beaten up in his dressing room, but the state newspaper did not say who was thought to be responsible for the attack. Meng gathered reporters on the pitch to announce he was pulling the team out of the league, before quitting as chairman hours later, citing “personal reasons”. Baoding, near Beijing, subsequently apologised and said the club had no intention of leaving the competition. The CFA announced an investigation into the controversy. “CFA is taking this seriously and will treat everyone involved sternly based on facts and regulations,” it said in a statement. “We would like the club to express its opinion in a calm manner. In the meantime we call on the fans to remain rational and restrained. The association will keep the public updated in time on the follow-up and handling of the situation.” Chinese football has a history of controversy involving referees and officials and in 2009 launched a high-profile crackdown on corruption dogging the sport in the country, leading to dozens of arrests and prison sentences. – Supersport

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