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New Era Newspaper Wednesday November 1, 2017

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22 SPORT Wednesday, November 1 2017 | NEW ERA Services General Services Offered Goods Auction Khomas wins U/17 Galz & Goals Championship Notice Legal Notice FARM OTJOMPAUE ASSET DISPOSAL AUCTION 24 NOVEMBER 2017 @ 10H00 Location: Take the C28 (Daan Viljoen Road) 25km from Windhoek. Follow direction boards Drilling Machines, Tools, Unimog Trailer, Hyundai delivery Van, Tractor Trailor, Land Rover Series 3, Bedford Truck, Isuzu Bakkie for parts, Mercedes Benz TE for parts, 3 Ton Forklift new. Hammer mills, Brick machines, Bean Thresher, Electric and PTO Feed Mixers, 3ton Trailer, 3 Point mounted Forklift, 2.4m HD Grader Blade, Fertilizer Bin Spreader, 2.5m Sweeper with accumulating Bin, HD Front Loader Pallet Handler, 1Row Potato Harvester, Grain Separator, Petrol driven Shredder, Household items, Camping equipment, Engines and Motors, Bolts & Nuts, Wooden poles, Oregon Pine, Metal and Plastic Tanks, Welders and Spares, Scrap, Cast Iron, Aluminum, Mild steel Thursday 23 November 2017 Staff Reporter Windhoek Khomas Region won the NFA U/17 Galz & Goals National Football and Healthy Lifestyle Championship recently held in the capital, which saw 12 girl teams from 10 regions compete in the prestigious tournament. The tournament, which promotes healthy lifestyles through educational activities, was played at the NFA Technical Centre in Katutura. The championship was blessed with the presence of the Unicef Country Representative, Rachel Odede, who was particularly impressed with the mobilisation of girls and the opportunities that an event of this magnitude provided to young girls. Free HIV testing was offered by NAPPA at the championship and many of the older girls used the opportunity to get tested for organisers and service providers in knowing the girls were taking responsibility for their health and future. Unicef took the opportunity to educate the girls about their rights, while UNAIDS demonstrated how to use female condoms and shared information about HIV/AIDS. SCORE Namibia engaged the teams in educational life skills activities, while the Bernard Norkamp Centre promoted healthy eating next to the aid services and various health services free of charge for the girls and the public. The NFA Girls Centre offered all the girls a motivational tour to learn more about the high performance centre and the lives of the girls living there, many of whom played for the winning team. TN Mobile offered various services and gave away valuable prizes. Accommodation Offered FOR AFFORDABLE Conferences, Workshops, Social events, B&B, Swimming pool, DStv, Wifi, fridge, Aircon, en-suite, secure parking, family room. Single Rooms from N0 Single Executive from N0 Double from N0 Executive Double from N0 Email Cell +264 816454694 or 0814797289 or 067-304320 N$ 5,000.00 refundable deposit A copy of your ID is compulsory for registration Buyer’s commission of 5% +Vat will be applicable on all purchases Strictly cash, no cheques will be accepted For enquiries please contact: Agent: Christo Brisley 081 122 0691 Auctioneer: Alex McDonald 081 128 6821 A virtual tour is available at Winners... Khomas Region won the NFA U/17 Galz & Goals National Football and Healthy Lifestyle Championship held recently in the capital. Photo: Contributed Ranieri not surprised by wobbly Chelsea Premier League champions Chelsea’s struggle to retain the title is hardly surprising as the club returned to the Champions League and their league rivals strengthened their squads, former Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has said. Ranieri won the league with Leicester in 2016 but was sacked nine months after lifting the trophy as the club failed to replicate their impressive form in the subsequent season. While Chelsea have not declined so drastically, the London side have started their current campaign inconsistently, recording three league losses in 10 games to sit in fourth position, nine points behind leaders Manchester City. the league the second year. Chelsea also has the Champions League and then it’s not easy,” Ranieri, who managed Chelsea from 2000-04, told the Evening Standard. “It’s not easy when a lot of other teams are renovating their players.” Chelsea’s failure to qualify for the Champions League last season helped the well-rested side record just three draws and seven defeats across all competitions to win their sixth league title and reach the FA The London side’s troubles have also been linked to their underwhelming transfer window while their league rivals spent their squads. Conte’s side have returned to the European competition strongly as they remain unbeaten at the top of their group and on the verge of stages. Ranieri, who currently manages French side Nantes, has backed Antonio Conte to get the team back to their best as Chelsea prepare to travel to AS Roma in the Champions League later on Tuesday. “He is happy. He is a fantastic manager and tries to do the best for Chelsea,” Ranieri added. After their mid-week trip to Italy, Chelsea host second-placed Manchester United on Sunday. –Nampa/AFP

Wednesday, November 1 2017 | NEW ERA SPORT 23 Young Beast, Janitors crowned 3x3 basketball champions WINDHOEK Young Beasts and the Janitors from the Khomas region dominated the national 3x3 basketball tournament on Saturday at the Basketball Artists School in Katutura. In the female category, Young Beasts won all four of their games with an average of 14.5 points, 20-0, following it up with a victory over Technical Basketball Academy (TBA) Queens by 21-3. feed Ball Babes were next to fall, going down 9-7 in In the male category, the Janitors were also in great score of 12,2 points, accumulating 61 points in total. After beating Omaruru Boys 14-2, The Janitors went on to defeat Prhistking 11-6 and then followed it up with a 14-9 win against Team DGK before ending In the final, the Janitors defeated TBA Tax Young Beasts and the Janitors automatically qualify to represent Namibia at the National Finals 3x3 November 2017. Namibia’s 3x3 National Coordinator, Penda Hamata will serve as the competition director there. Namibia Basketball Federation (NBF) Development a success, saying all the teams from the regions participated. “Ninety per cent of the players who played are registered with FIBA (International Basketball Federation), meaning all the games they played gave them points, which is good for their rankings,” Seven female teams and nine male teams participated in the tournament. He said the attendance from fans was also impressive, while sponsorships -Nampa Republic of Namibia Invitation for Bids (IFB) SC/RP/17-1/2017 – Development of Documentary of the Rural Development Programmes 1. Background: The Government of the Republic of Namibia is signatory to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which among other advocate for the eradication of poverty and hunger form the face of the earth. In pursuit creation and the improvement of the quality of life of people of Namibia. 2. Overall Objectives : Ministry of Urban and Rural Development company/individual for documenting the interviews on the area of Rural Development Centre Projects and rural development projects implemented by the Regional Councils, which will be carried out by a consultant in the 14 regions (a) to produce a documentary showcasing the lessons learnt from the Rural Development Centre’s projects and activities; Requirements : (b) A company registration documents/founding statements 4. A complete set of Bidding Documents in “English” may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the address below upon payment of a non-refundable fee “Two Hundred Namibia Dollar – N$ 200-00” The method of payment will be “Cash”. The Bidding Documents will be collected at the address below. 5. Bids must be delivered on or before 20 November 2017 at 11:00am.“will not” be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of the bidders’ representatives who choose to attend in person at the address below; and on the 20 November 2017 at 12:00am. 6. The address referred to above is: Ministry of Urban and Rural Development 1 st Battling for honours… Action from which took place on Saturday at the Basketball Artists School in Katutura. Photo: Nampa

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