Andjamba reaches Hall of Fame

Simon Andjamba, (front centre) was the pivot of attention at last week’s Namibia Business Hall of Fame event where local entrepreneurs were recognised for their achievements. The group comprises young entrepreneurs who are active in their own businesses and who contribute to community development.

It was all smiles and celebrations as Simon Andjamba was inducted at the Namibia Business Hall of Fame last week before a jovial gathering of business executives in Windhoek.

The Namibia Business Hall of Fame is a forum to award emerging entrepreneurs and give them encouragement to do more for themselves and for their country.
Citing the reasons for his induction, the chairperson of Namibia Business Hall of Fame Ms. Johanna Cloete, who is also the Country Director, told Andjamba “We would like to pass congratulatory remarks on the nomination bestowed on you to be inducted as a Laureate of the Namibian Business Hall of Fame. According to the nomination you are an inspiration to many young people”
Mr. Andjamba is the CEO of Oluzizi World of Commerce Group that has its tentacles in mining, shopping smalls, service stations, building & construction, energy, communications, retail stores, agriculture, entertainment, real estate development and land holding in Namibia and the rest of Africa.
Namibia Business Hall of Fame was established in 2004 to recognize and encourage individuals and companies to work diligently to create opportunities for themselves and for Namibia. Lead by Cloete, Namibia Business Hall of Fame has a proven track record for propelling many entrepreneurs to prominence.
Simon Andjamba the IBF/Africa Vice President (Finance) is not new in the eyes of the Namibian business sector as he was awarded as an emerging entrepreneur five years ago by the same organization.
“He is capable of anything in business and excites many young entrepreneurs who are looking for role models” said Taleni Ndaliloshiwa Mutilifa, the legal counsellor and adviser of Oluzizi World of Commerce Group that control more than 37 subsidiary companies across Africa.
At the same event, a group of emerging entrepreneurs was also awarded for their business achievements, and for their contribution to community development. Namibia Business Hall of Fame said this group of young people is an inspiration to the younger generation.