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Volker Engling, MD of Candor IT, donated a laptop to the Tourist Guides Association of Namibia to strengthen their administrative capacity. The organisation’s secretary, Meke Imbili, received the computer.

Volker Engling, MD of Candor IT, donated a laptop to the Tourist Guides Association of Namibia to strengthen their administrative capacity. The organisation’s secretary, Meke Imbili, received the computer.

The Tourist Guides Association of Namibia received a further boost to their administrative capacity when local ITC company, Candor IT, donated a brand new Lenovo Laptop for use in the association’s office.
“ The Tourist Guides Association of Namibia would like to express their utmost gratitude to Candor IT for their generous donation. Gifts from companies like you provide the financial and moral support needed to continue our mission of upholding the standards of Tourist Guiding in Namibia”, said the association’s secretary, Ms Meke Imbili when she received the computer from Candor IT’s MD, Mr Volker Engling.
As part of their internal drive to bring more structure to the tourguide profession, a new board was recently elected for the local representative organisation. The Tourist Guides Association of Namibia held its annual general meeting earlier in March at Gondwana Shebeen where the board members for the executive committee were duly nominated and elected. The new excom members are Tommie Britz, Meke Imbili (Secretary), Rolf Heinrich, Fausten Kupasula, Paulo de Oliveira, Kurt Schlenther (Chairperson), Waltraut Fritzsche, Gudrun Middendorff (Treasurer), Danica Smith (Vice-Chairperson), Claus Dau (outgoing chairman), Armin Jagdhuber, Werner Schlierkamp and Hugo Haussmann.

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