Karibib – Local businesses in Karibib recently joined hands to plants trees as part of the drive to beautify the town. Host to Namibia’s oldest gold mine, Navachab Gold Mine as well various marble processing plants, the town serves as the gateway to and from the coast from the country’s interior.Read More
Windhoek – Its been a whirlwind year for UHC’s Training department, having provided training to over 200 D&M Rail Construction staff between May and November 2020. The one-day training workshops took the UHC team to Omaruru, Kalkfeld and Otjiwarongo where groups of 40-45 people were provided with invaluable knowledge and insight into the macro and micro-economic and social-cultural dynamics of communications.Read More
Date: 23 September 2020
Embargo: For Immediate Release
Karibib – QKR Navachab Gold Mine today officially inaugurated its recently completed N$1.5 million quarantine facility for people who have tested positive for Covid-19 and require isolation.
The facility was officially inaugurated by the Chief Regional Officer of the Erongo region, Ms Ludmilla Habate Doeses, on behalf of the Regional Governor of the region, Honourable Neville Andre.
Otjimbingwe – With the effects of Covid-19 showing no signs of slowing down and certain restriuctions still in place, many households and communities have been struggling to make a living. In order to ease the plight of those most affected, QKR Namibia Navachab Gold Mine recently donated food parcels (comprising maize meal, tinned fish and cook) to vulnerable members of the Otjimbingwe community.Read More
Walvis Bay – “The container terminal in the Port of Walvis Bay can change the way Namibia does business” is the view of communications strategist, Usi //Hoebeb whose company, Usi Hoebeb Communications (UHC), has served as public relations (PR) agency for China Harbour Engineering Company – CHEC – for the past four and a half years and whose contract came to an end this month. CHEC was contracted by NamPort to construct the Container Terminal on Reclaimed Land in the Walvis Bay as part of its port expansion project. The container terminal was completed earlier this year and officially handed over to Namport at a ceremony on 1 August 2019.
Windhoek – A local Public Relations Agency has started rolling out a series of free training workshops for unemployed youth in the Katutura area of Windhoek. The workshops are part of the agency’s efforts to tangibly assist unemployed youth in their quest to making their first steps towards finding a job or starting their own business endeavours.Read More
Walvis Bay – The Vice President of the Chinese company which constructed the new container terminal on reclaimed land in the Port of Walvis Bay, and which was officially inaugurated last week Friday, says that the international company has learned a lot from its local suppliers, subcontractors, designers and others who were involved in the the project. “We have learned as much from you in other spheres as you may have learnt from us and for that we remain thankful,” said Li Yi at the inauguration.
Karibib – QKR Namibia Navachab Gold Mine today donated over 2,000 bags of animal fodder to be used as part of the Erongo region’s fight against the current drought situation in the region. The donation, worth half a million Namibia Dollars (N$500,000.00), was received by the Regional Governor of the Erongo Region, Honourable Cleophas Mutjavikua at Karibib today.
“Dynamic communication with relevant stakeholders is an essential element of business success.” – UHC.
But many businesses in Namibia including SMEs miss this chance as a result of failure to acknowledge this key strategic function within their enterprises.
Whether it is with internal stakeholders (staff) or identified external stakeholders, communication helps an organisation move forward in realising its corporate objectives and position itself for relevance amongst the very stakeholders it serves.Read More