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Poly interns attached at Safland

Seated on the left is Laimo Lukas, a Polytechnic student in Property Studies with Desmond van Jaarsveld, the Managing Director of Safland. Standing is Vaino Johannes, also a property student at the Poly.

Seated on the left is Laimo Lukas, a Polytechnic student in Property Studies with Desmond van Jaarsveld, the Managing Director of Safland. Standing is Vaino Johannes, also a property student at the Poly.

The Safland Property Group said it supports Polytechnic students to further their careers in Property Studies. The group announced that two student from the Polytechnic of Namibia have been granted the opportunity to complete their respective job attachments at the Safland Property Group’s head office in Windhoek.
The students are Laimo Lukas, an Honours student in Property Studies and Vaino Richard Johannes, a third year student in Property Studies.
“It is one of our strategic intents to provide skills, exposure and opportunities to our local communities including students, to grow and develop our future business leaders,” said Kallie van der Merwe, CEO of Safland.
The two interns are gaining practical experience in commercial aspects of property management. During their attachment, the work on a daily basis in such areas as Leasing, Project Management, Retail and Consumer research, Facilities and Property Management, Business Ethics, and Tenant Coordination.  The students are given projects and tasks to complete under the supervision and mentorship of members of senior management at Safland.
Safland is the developer of Otjiwarongo Town Square and the Grove Mall in Kleine Kuppe in Windhoek.

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