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Young solutionist thinkers battle it out at ‘Free for All’ Chess tourney

Young solutionist thinkers battle it out at ‘Free for All’ Chess tourney

130 young and experienced solutionist thinkers were hosted by RMB last week for the Free for All Chess Tournament in Windhoek.

The event was sponsored by RMB , in partnership with the Namibia Chess Federation.

RMB’s involvement in chess is in line with its solutionist thinking values, as chess involves critical, analytical and problem-solving skills.

Chess speaks to the development of cognitive ability and human capital development which is one of RMB’s pillars.

Through the tournament RMB supported young chess players from Windhoek, Swakopmund and Rehoboth and hopes that these young chess players will be the future solutionist thinkers of Namibia.

“Time to think and time to have fun are probably two of our rarest commodities; the RMB Free for All Chess Tournament in association with the Namibia Chess Federation, gives exactly that opportunity”, said Conrad Dempsey, RMB CEO.


 

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