Veripura Muukua appointed as Capricorn Foundation Coordinator

Veripura Muukua has been appointed as the coordinator of the Capricorn Foundation with effect from 01 September 2022.  Veri joins the Group Brand and Corporate Affairs and Capricorn Foundation team from Bank Windhoek MCCS, where she held the position of Communication Practitioner: CSI and Stakeholder Engagement since January 2020, tasked with corporate social investment and…

CAN launches 2022 Pink Day campaign

The Cancer Association of Namibia on Wednesday launched their annual “Pink Day” campaign in Windhoek. The “WINGS OF HOPE – PINK DAY” campaign will span September and October and is aimed at creating awareness on women’s health, cancer and especially Breast Cancer. Women are still mostly diagnosed with cancer in Namibia (54%), with breast and cervical cancers…

MTC calls on partners to bolster internship programme

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) today announced its intentions to see the MTC National Internship Program absorbed into the national education framework as the company looks to nationalize the initiative. Launched on 17 June 2019, MTC Namibia National Internship Program marked a new dawn for stakeholders, among them interns, institutions of higher learning, and host organisations.…

NBC3 officially launches on DStv & GOtv

NBC3, the Namibia Broadcasting Channel’s entertainment channel, is now available on DStv and GOtv. MultiChoice Namibia (MCN) revealed this during a press conference in the capital on Tuesday. NBC3 (stylized as nbc3) is now available on DStv channel 287 and GOtv channel 93 to customers on all packages, as part of MultiChoice’s effort to provide…

Partners of hope in the fight on childhood cancer

The Cancer Association of Namibia (WO30) has thanked its project partners for their contributions to the renovations and maintenance of Windhoek Central Hospital’s Ward 8 West Paediatric Oncology Unit. CAN also reaffirmed its commitment to supporting children and families affected by childhood cancer by allocating N$1.2 million from its annual budget to the CHICA Fund…