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LET BANK WINDHOEK MAKE YOUR TERTIARY EDUCATION DREAM A REALITY
: The Bank Windhoek team recently visited and assisted students at the International University of Management’s Windhoek Campus to open Bank Windhoek Vibe student accounts.

Tertiary education remains out of reach for many school leavers as they lack the funding to further their studies. Recently, students from the Polytechnic of Namibia demonstrated against tuition fees, which they alleged are unaffordable to most students. Government, through the Namibia Student Financial Assistance Fund, have assisted students from disadvantaged families to be able to study at tertiary level, and various corporate companies, including Bank Windhoek, regularly awards deserving students with bursaries to further their studies.

 

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BANK WINDHOEK GALA LONG COURSE GALA TO TAKE PLACE THIS WEEKEND
The first Bank Windhoek Long Course Gala for 2015 will take place this weekend at the Olympia swimming pool in Windhoek. Some of the swimmers taking part are F.l.t.r., Philip Seidler, Arthur Loftie-Eaton and Bernard Theron.

After a long December and January summer vacation, the swimming season will start this weekend with the first Bank Windhoek gala for 2015. The gala will take place at the Olympia swimming pool in Windhoek. With this being the last gala to qualify for Level 2 and Level 3 galas in South Africa, swimmers will put the extra effort to achieve the qualifying times. Therefore, a high level of swimming is expected. This is also the last gala before the Bank Windhoek Namibian National Swimming Championships which will be held at the end of February. The championships will serve as a qualifying event for the World Championships to be held in Kazan, Russia in September 2015.

 

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CHOOSING THE RIGHT CAREER FOR YOU
Fillimon Ngairo, Manager: Human Capital Development at Bank Windhoek.

Now that the Grade 12 results have been released, it is time to think about what you are going to do next, if you have not done so already. For those school leavers that are still deciding on what career path to follow, the options are aplenty. You can get a job, take a gap year and travel the world or volunteer to assist the needy, or study further. The choice is yours. Don’t feel pressured to go straight to university or any other institute for tertiary education.

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RESULTS OF THE FIRST LEG OF THE BANK WINDHOEK ATHLETICS GRAND PRIX
Lena !Noreses (second from left)of Golden Cheetah Athletics Club won the Women 100 metre dash in the first leg of the Bank Windhoek Athletics Grand Prix in a time of 13.09 seconds, followed by Desiree Kandovazu of Namib Athletics Club and Carolin Kutzner

The athletics season kicked off with the first leg of the Bank Windhoek Athletics Grand Prix, which took place last weekend at the Independence stadium. Corlia Kruger of Swakop Striders Athletics Club was the single biggest winner, walking away with three gold medals in the Girls 100 metre hurdles, Women Long Jump and Women Javelin Throw. Her club won two more medals won by Carolin Kutzner in the Women 200 metres and Francis Uatema in the Men 400 metres.  However, the athletes from the Windhoek Hochland Sport Club were collectively the big winners with 12 gold medals, followed by Golden Cheetah Athletics Club with six gold medals.

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