Namibia: Communications Parastatals Get New Directors

The holding company of Telecom Namibia, MTC and NamPost has appointed an interim board of directors for a period of six months.

The interim board is to be chaired by Sencia Kaizemi-Rukata. The other board members are lawyer Norman Tjombe as vice chairperson, Lena Kangandjela, Henning Seelenbinder and Dennis Shindume.

The interim board will serve for six months.

NPTH is the mother company of MTC, Telecom Namibia and NamPost.

The government also announced the appointment of a new interim board for Telecom, chaired by businessman Jerry Muadinohamba, with Fernando Somaeb as deputy chairperson and lawyer Frieda Kishi, Elizabeth Asino-Joseph and Shiwana Ndeunyama as additional board members.

Namibia Post Limited will be steered by Nangula Hamunyela, deputised by Muronga Haingura and with Israel Kalenga, economist James Cumming and Parien Boer as directors.

The appointments, according to a media statement, would not overshadow an ongoing search for full-time board members who serve the normal term. - [email protected]

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