Namdeb CEO honoured twice in one week

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WINDHOEK – Besides being bestowed with the national honour of Most Distinguished Order of Namibia: Third Class, alongside other business personalities this week, Namdeb’s Chief Executive Officer, Inge Zaamwani-Kamwi, was this week also recognized as ‘Country Winner for Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government in the Mining sector by CEO Communications (Pty) Ltd.

Africa’s Most Influential Women is a continental body dedicated to women empowerment and advancement in leadership positions across the continent. Zaamwani-Kamwi was among numerous nominees and she made it to the top ten finalists. “The awards programme is not only celebrating women’s magnificent contribution towards African development, but it is reigniting the flame for Africa to shine as a nation when it comes to female business strength and empowerment,” said Annelize Wepenar, Chief Executive of CEO Holdings.

On Monday this week President Hifikepunye Pohamba conferred national honours on a number of individuals across the spectrum of Namibian society for their outstanding contribution in the fields of politics, military, education, health, media, reconstruction, and business development. The conferment was in recognition of the roles they played in different spheres of society both pre and post-independence. Zaamwani-Kamwi was amongst 395 individuals who received this honour.