WINDHOEK - The Roads Authority’s (RA) Board of Directors has confirmed the re-appointment of Conrad Mutonga Lutombi as the authority’s chief executive officer for a second term. The re-appointment, which is effective from October 1, 2018, for a 5-year period, was announced in a statement by RA Board Chairperson Brian Katjaerua.
“Mr Lutombi symbolises what it means to be a modern business leader, and strives to achieve greater things at all times. Under his stewardship, RA achieved and by far exceeded the organisational targets and objectives as set out in the Strategic Scorecard. It is indeed under the current impeccable and stable leadership at RA that the Namibia national road network has been developed to the current excellent state, being rated as the best on the African continent,” read Katjaerua’s statement.
Katjaerua added that the RA Board is confident that Lutombi will continue to carry the RA brand with great responsibility and shrewd leadership and steer the organisation towards realising its mandate, which is to manage Namibia’s national road network with a view to achieve a safe and efficient road sector.
Katjaerua further described Lutombi as an accomplished corporate leader with ample academic qualifications and credentials. His qualifications include a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Steinbeis University, Berlin, Germany; Master of Science Degree in Leadership and Change Management from Leeds University, United Kingdom; High Performance Leadership Programme from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa;
Undergraduate Degree, LLB from the University of South Africa; B Tech Degree in Policing from the Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa; National Diploma in Police Science from the Namibia University of Science and Technology; and an Advanced International Diploma in Road Safety Management from the Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute.