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Smelter’s new HR djwala

Smelter’s new HR djwala

As of 01 November 2016 Linus Gwala is the new Director of Human Resources at Dundee Precious Metals, the operator of the smelter located in Tsumeb. He is responsible for development and execution of the company’s human resources strategy. He is a chartered Human Resources Practitioner with the Southern African Board for People Practice (SABPP). He holds a BA (Hons) in Labour Relations Management and a BA (Hons) in Human Resources Development. Linus brings with him approximately 30 years experience in the human resources field of which 20 years are in senior management. his previous employers include Bank Windhoek, DebMarine Namibia and CENORED. Dundee Vice President and Managing Director, Zebra Kasete said “a highly motivated workforce is vital to facilitate and uphold our company’s continuous improvement core value. Gwala has exactly the right experience, vision and energy to achieve this.”

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Daniel Steinmann

Brief CV of Daniel Steinmann. Born 24 February 1961, Johannesburg. Educated at the University of Pretoria: BA, BA(hons), BD. Postgraduate degrees are in Philosophy and Divinity. Editor of the Namibia Economist since 1991. Daniel Steinmann has steered the Economist as editor for the past 28 years. The Economist started as a monthly free-sheet, then moved to a weekly paper edition (1996 to 2016), and on 01 December 2016 to a daily digital newspaper at www.economist.com.na. It is the first Namibian newspaper to go fully digital. Daniel Steinmann is an authority on macro-economics having established a sound record of budget analysis, strategic planning and assessing the impact of policy formulation. For eight years, he hosted a weekly talk-show on NBC Radio, explaining complex economic concepts to a lay audience in a relaxed, conversational manner. He regularly helps economics students, both graduate and post-graduate, to prepare for examinations and moderator reviews. He is the Namibian respondent for the World Economic Survey conducted every quarter for the Ifo Center for Business Cycle Analysis and Surveys at the University of Munich in Germany. He is frequently consulted by NGOs and international analysts on local economic trends and developments. Send comments to daniel@economist.com.na