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Potjie prize adds value to Dagbreek

Potjie prize adds value to Dagbreek

Following the very successful charity potjiekos competition hosted by Pick ‘n Pay earlier this month, Dagbreek School for the Impaired was the charity of choice for the winning team.
Called “Potjie with a Purpose”, Pick n Pay hosted this competition for local companies early in November with the idea that the winning team chose a charity to receive the grand prize.
The 7 Stars team from Taeuber & Corssen won the potjiekos competition and chose Dagbreek School for the Intellectually Impaired as the recipient of the N$50,000 prize money.
‘Potjie With A Purpose’ was brought to life as a fundraising initiative by Pick n Pay in which the companies compete against each other in a ‘potjie’ cook-off to raise funds for a charity of their choice. The fundraising event is one of Pick n Pay’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives in contribution to and support of the O&L purpose of ‘Creating a future, Enhancing life’ for all Namibians.
Dagbreek accommodates learners between the ages of 7 and 18 years and delivers a specialized service in teaching and development of learners who are intellectually disabled, which includes learners with Down’s syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Cerebral Palsy, and other debilitating conditions.

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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 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 [email protected]

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