From Needing Hope to Giving it -The Story of a Namibian Car Guard
After 16 years of working as a car guard in Windhoek, Festus Mukungu had come to terms with the reality of his contribution to the community in his parking lot "office". An opportunity to become a board member of the One Economy Foundation, an NGO founded by the First Lady Monica Geingos, arrived and then Mukungu's life took an unexpected turn...
New Era, 18 July 2017
A Windhoek car guard never imagined he would receive a letter from First Lady Monica Geingos inviting him to State House for an interview to become a board member of the One… Read more »
allAfrica, 7 June 2016
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- Publication Date:
- 18 August 2015
Festus Mukungu appeared on the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation's Good Morning Namibia programme, during which viewers had to vote whether they ... see more »
New Era, 16 May 2016
Preliminary figures indicate that First Lady Monica Geingos' non-profit organisation, the One Economy Foundation, which was launched during a glamorous gala dinner at the Ramatex… Read more »
Namibian, 16 May 2016
FIRST lady Monica Geingos has launched her One Economy Foundation on Saturday at a fundraising dinner in Windhoek's Otjomuise suburb. Read more »
Festus Mukungu at the parking lot (file photo).