Bankers drive Buy-a-Brick initiative

Standard Bank employees have proved to be a powerful driving force behind the Bank’s Buy-a-Brick initiative through various ingenious fundraising methods that have yielded positive results. “The past week saw Blue Bankers from Swakopmund and some from Windhoek execute their fundraising events, paving way for many more such events by our employees. We are proud…

MultiChoice Namibia handover of TV screens to Namibia Deaf Learners at NISE

Another unforgettable memory was created between MultiChoice Namibia (MCN) and NISE (National Institute for Special Education) via a sponsorship handover of 3x 55” HiSense Smart TV’s. The much needed donation valued at around N$25 000 came after calls for assistance to help the struggling institution fulfil its commitment to their hearing impaired learners. With these…

Register for SBS Namibia at five locations across the country

Southern Business School Namibia continuously strives to make registration for tertiary education in Namibia more accessible and affordable. It’s not always easy to register as a student.  The Institution realises there may be logistical constraints to students registering in person, especially if registration only takes place in Windhoek. Prospective students around Namibia, not just in…

Govt dismisses Zimparks board

Government has, with immediate  effect, dissolved the Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority  board for failing to uphold  good corporate governance principles. The seven member board, appointed in 2016, was chaired by Tichafa  Mundangepfupfu, who was deputised by Idah Mupamhanga. Environment, Water and Climate permanent secretary Grace Mutandiro said  the board was operating against the…

Zim conducts first diamond sale

Zimbabwe has resumed diamond  sales, a year after they were suspended to allow the new sole miner to  put in place effective security, control and marketing systems, a senior  government official said on Thursday. Mines and Mining Development Minister Winston Chitando told a press  conference that the country earned more than $800 000 after selling…