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Upgraded Wika Service opens

JA-WikaThe remodelled Wika Service Centre in Windhoek was officially opened on Friday, 28 October. The development of the service station forms part of Total’s efforts to set the path of continued capital investment of its facilities across the country. Managing director of Total, Seggie Kistasamy, said the Wika Service Centre is the first of the company’s revamped sites. “We have more sites to follow before the end of this year and the next two years will see us complete our investment program for our service stations,” he said. The sites will be upgraded in accordance with international standards and will ensure that the company operates within and above standards set by local laws, regarding safety as well as the environment. Picture: (Left to right) Deputy Minister of Education, Dr David Namwandi, Lizanne Wiese, chairperson of Total Shops Forum, Heiner Diumann, Wika chairperson, Seggie Kistasamy, managing director of Total Namibia and the larger-than-life Wika owner, Nick du Preez (Photograph by Johanna Absalom)

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