Namibia's 33rd Independence celebration

March is Namibia's independence month, a month to celebrate and take stock of what has transpired since the country's freedom, be it politically or economically.

Independence does not only mean gaining freedom from colonial oppressors; it also means freeing the country's economy by creating a conducive environment for business operations, be it for local or foreign investors to compete on an equal footing.

The Chairperson of Team Namibia's Board says independence has created the right climate and conditions for the use and consumption of local products.

Namibia Breweries Limited donates beer to MIRCO

Namibia Breweries Limited has donated beer to the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation as part of its contribution to the 33rd anniversary of Namibia's independence.

The beer will be distributed to Namibia's diplomatic missions abroad.

The Independence Day stock handover is done annually, ahead of Independence Day.

The Deputy Minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Jenelly Matundu, received the donation on behalf of the ministry.

The consignment is destined for Namibia's 34 diplomatic embassies and missions around the world.