Bank Windhoek welcomes nine graduate trainees

Bank Windhoek’s Graduate Development Programme (GDP) welcomed nine inductees. Launched in 2020, the Bank’s GDP offers graduates an 18 months on-the-job-training opportunity in preparation for permanent employment. With inclusivity and diversity as the main central themes, the Programme recruits graduates from diverse backgrounds, including those living with disabilities. The Bank’s Executive Officer of Human Capital,…

GIPF trailblazing in the Namibian Gypsum industry

The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) is proud to announce its pioneering investment of N$21 million into Namibian Gypsum Industries. Located in the town dubbed as the “Uranium Capital of the World”, Arandis in the Erongo Region, the project falls within GIPF’s Unlisted Investment Portfolio, through the investment fund manager, Boabab Capital. The production of…

MultiChoice Namibia partners with NamiGreen for E-waste disposal

As a responsible corporate citizen, MultiChoice Namibia recently collaborated with NamiGreen to discard electronic waste (or e-waste) material. This smart partnership supports the endeavors of both institutions to support communities, by committing to a healthier and greener environment. The intention is to recycle e-waste materials that are no longer being used and electronic equipment that…

Standard Bank donates to aid Tsumkwe

Standard Bank Namibia through its continued partnership with the Africa Group Heads of Mission has donated building materials worth more than N$150 000 to support the agricultural development for an Integrated community-based food system that aims to bring food security in Namibia in Tsumkwe East and West. The donation forms part of the Bank’s commitment…

Capricorn Foundation supports pre-schools in informal settlements

During the lockdown, Capricorn Group and its subsidiary company Entrepo Holdings, through their corporate social responsibility vehicle, The Capricorn Foundation, partnered with Step out of Poverty through Education, Encouragement and Support (S.P.E.S.) charity to improve the lives of vulnerable children. The impact of Covid-19 has exacerbated educational challenges across the country. The effect has put…

Wtach Namibia Rise at #Tokyo2020

With the Tokyo Olympics in full swing, MultiChoice Namibia is delighted to showcase Namibian athletes through the dedicated SuperSport channels. Airing every medal event live, SuperSport’s coverage of the Olympic games will include eight 24-hour channels on DStv and for the first time ever, GOtv will dedicate four channels to the Olympics, including the opening…

Heeding the call during challenging times

Bank Windhoek’s Human Capital Department donated essentials to the Katutura State Hospital’s Paediatric ward in Windhoek. The donations included a hot water urn, a glucometer and test strip kit, bathing necessities, winter clothing, diapers and wipes, toys and children’s books. Bank Windhoek’s Executive Officer of Human Capital, Retuura Ballotti, said as connectors of positive change,…