Rikus Grobler | Oct 18, 2017 | 0
Support for apprenticeship students
Bannerman Resources, in partnership with the Erongo Development Foundation (EDF), has donated N$200,000 for an apprenticeship programme offered at the Namibian Institute of Mining and Technology (NIMT) in Arandis. Seven students received support towards tuition fees, transport and job attachment costs. Seen at the handover ceremony for the 2014 intake from left are Mr Werner Ewald (General Manager, Bannerman Resources), Undjizuva Tjiuongua (4th year Electrical Millwright), Frieda Abel (3rd year Fitting and Turning), Ndapewa Kankono (3rd year Electrical) and Jacob Uugulu (3rd year Petrol and Diesel Mechanic) and Honourable Asser Kapere, chairperson of the EDF. Students Hilma Amunyela, Peneyambeko Absolom and Anton Londrick were absent during the ceremony.