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Gondwana brings community projects to tourism expo

Gondwana brings community projects to tourism expo

The Iyaloo Sewing project with their vibrant hand-crafted cloth items is one of the drawcards offered by the Gondwana Collection at next week’s Tourism expo in Windhoek. These delightful souvenirs will be available at the Heart & Soul market where a large selection of products from the communities near any of the Gondwana lodges are promoted and offered for sale. In many of these community projects, Gondwana has been involved for over 20 years.

Gondwana’s Heart & Soul market is part of the group’s exhibition in the Namibia Tourism Expo from next Wednesday, 31 May to Saturday 03 June 2017 in the Gondwana Hall at the showgrounds in Windhoek.

“Our Heart & Soul Market at the Tourism Expo gives you the opportunity to indulge in charming gifts and accessories for every occasion from the wonderful selection of genuinely handcrafted Namibian products. While there, acquaint yourself with the work of some of our partner organisations and their social responsibility projects” Gondwana said this week when reminding the public about the upcoming tourism expo.

“Furthermore, the Gondwana team at the info desk will inform you about the latest developments at the Gondwana Collection. Representatives of the Human Resources department will be present all day to answer questions about job opportunities at Gondwana. We are always looking for promising new colleagues. Please don’t hesitate to hand in your CV at the Expo” the tourism group said.

Delicious snacks, including the renowned Gondwana show sausage, will see to it that not a single visitor goes hungry. And naturally the bar of the Gondwana Hall will  be open until late with the Etosha Safari Boys providing the entertainment.

The Gondwana Hall opens for visitors at 16h30 on Wednesday 31 May.

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