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Improved vocabulary: good for academic learning
2018-08-01Staff Report 2 Staff Reporter WINDHOEK – Lawreen Tutalife from the University of Namibia (Unam) is the champion of the Unam/Sanlam spelling competition for 2018, pocketing N$4,000. First runner-up is Samantha Visser also from Unam, winning N$3,000, while Believe Shiwape from the International University of Management (IUM) went home with N$2,000. The winners of the second edition of the competition were announced the past weekend. Spelling Bee has been initiated as a platform for students to improve their language use, expose them to “difficult” words and improve their use of the English language. It was a tough competition as the students battled it out for the top prize during multiple rounds. Tutalife also won the Spelling Bee champion floating trophy, an English Oxford dictionary, a participation media and a stationery pack. The Spelling Bee was sponsored by Sanlam to the tune of N$50,000. 2018-08-01Staff Report 2