Rikus Grobler | Oct 18, 2017 | 0
New Katutura musical film
Foundation chairman, Ms Jane Katjivivi handed a cheque for N$500,000 to Tulinane Entertainment for the production of the musical film.
Katjivivi said the FNB Namibia is committed to assisting numerous sections of the community and is always ready to work with like-minded partners to make a lasting, sustainable difference by supporting development initiatives in a variety of selected areas such as skills development, education and training, community development, SMEs, culture and heritage, healthcare and environment. She added: “The Katutura Musical film for us covers at least four areas of support that the FNB Foundation concentrates on, namely art and culture, skills development, education and training and community development.”
Advocate Vekuii Rukoro, CEO of the Group, said that the film project has so many great facets that, if executed as promised, might become a flagship project for both the FNB Foundation and the Namibian nation.