Vocational training could be the solution to improve quality of education- Hei

The Managing Director of High Economic Intelligence, Salomo Hei believes vocational training could be part of the solution to improve the quality of education in the country.

Salomo Hei addressed a Nedbank economic breakfast panel discussion, held at Swakopmund.

Hei says Namibia has worked hard to improve access to basic education, but there is still significant work to be done.

It is imperative that government ensures education is adequately resourced he added.

Nedbank Cycle Challenge launched in Windhoek

Pictured in the first frame: (from left) Windhoek City Police Traffic Department Assistant Sergeant, Esther Kangueehi; President of the Namibia Cycling Federation, Axel Theissen; Nedbank Namibia Chief Financial Officer, JG van Graan; Minister of Sport, Youth and National Service, Hon. Agnes Tjongarero; NHP Marketing and Communication Manager, Kwedhi Amagulu; Windhoek Pedal Power Cycling Club representative, Brian Key; and Nedbank Namibia Communication and PR Manager, Selma Kaulinge

Vendors at Swakopmund Nedbank Food Festival commend organisers for platform

Vendors at the Swakopmund Nedbank Food Festival have commended the organizers for empowering them.

Most of the vendors were negatively affected by the lockdown regulations of the COVID-19 pandemic over the past two years.

The Nedbank Food Festival in Swakopmund attracted hundreds of visitors over the past three days.

This is the fourth year the festival has been on the town's December event calendar.

Foodies did not lack, as the event offered options.

The Argentinian grill was among the favorites while the local Kapana was also sought after.