MHETI bemoans absence of some regions from National Skills Competition 

The Deputy Minister of Higher Education, Technology, and Innovation noted with concern the absence of some regions from the National Skills Competition.

Natalia |Goagoses said this during the inspection of the participating trades in the competition.

The regions that are not represented are the Kunene, Hardap, and Kavango regions, among others.

The minister says provision needs to be made to ensure that no region is left behind in development.

She further suggested that the country's identity should be portrayed in the skills competition.

National Skills Competition in full preparation mode

Competitors are in full preparation mode for the National Skills Competition scheduled to take place from the 25th to the 30th of this month at Ongwediva.

There is a hive of activities at the Ongwediva Trade Fair Centre as all fourteen trade participants prepare for the competition.

They are perfecting their skills and stations to make sure a win is guaranteed.

Emilia Lidker, a trainer in clothing production, says the fashion industry is diverse and creates employment for many.