Walter Kariko

Walter Kariko

Moses Waiganjo

Moses Waiganjo


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Cinderella Goes toProm changes lives

The ‘Cinderella Goes to Prom’ initiative helps matric girls from underprivileged backgrounds to attend their matric farewells. Started in 2017, the initiative has so far helped 42 pupils and is looking to help eight more this year. “This initiative was…

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Reflections on research, innovation and partnerships

Former Namibia University of Science and Technology (Nust) journalism student Jeronimo Kateya (JK) interviews the university’s acting deputy vice chancellor for research, innovation and partnerships, Colin Stanley, about what distinguishes the institution’s approach to research. What sets Nust apart? Nust…

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From Accounting Student to Namibia’s Rising Film Scene

… Director Nga Shares Her Journey Storyteller Ngamburiro Mutumbwa, better known as Nga, is making waves in Namibia’s entertainment scene with her skills in film and photography. Specialising in scriptwriting, directing, videography and photography, Nga aims to narrate captivating Namibian…

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My Career

THIS week, Walter Kariko (WK) chats to chef Immanuel Kambata, better known as Chef Kambata (CK), about his passion for cooking. WK: Who is Immanuel Kambata outside of work? CK: I am a curious young man from Ongwediva who always…

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Spotlight on ESG

Over time, the element of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues has developed into a crucial component of any soundly governed corporate. Nowadays, it is a medieval practice, amoral, and unsustainable for a business to prioritise only the bottom line…

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My Career

The Namibian’s Walter Kariko (WK) recently sat down with Sanlam Namibia’s marketing and communications manager, Laurencia Prinzonsky (LP), about her career journey, influences and lessons. Prinzonsky has also recently been elected as the president of the Africa Insurance Women Association…

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My Career

Michael Jandjee Ngutjinazo (MJN) believes that to start a business, you need to have a clear vision and a strong business plan, as well as invest time in understanding the market and the specific needs of your target customers. In…

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My career

Delila Katanga (DK) is a new integrated communication specialist at MultiChoice Namibia (MCN). She recently shared her career journey with Walter Kariko (WK). WK: Who is Delila Katanga outside of the office?DK: I’m a bright and bubbly person, and the…

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Open Letter toKavango West

I greet you as my mother region, the place I was born, raised and moulded into the person I have become. In the past decade or so that you have existed, many questions have been asked. Your heart, the glorious…

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Midyear Entertainment Recap

June has been chilly so far and chances are you’ll need a few moments to kick back and warm up, while catching up with what has been trending in the entertainment industry. This week, unwrap.online takes you down memory lane…

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The Youthful Path to Business Success

There is absolutely nothing wrong with being young and venturing into entrepreneurship, nor is there a need to ask for anyone’s permission. Young people have realised that they are capable of establishing entities that can sustainably grow. Once the foundational…

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Companies should support work-integrated learning

Work-integrated learning (WIL) is crucial for students to secure internships and graduate on schedule. Both private and government organisations should provide students with opportunities to immerse themselves in workplace environments. The essence of WIL, tailored to each course, is to…

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