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Bank Windhoek partners with finance ministry

(seated f.l.t.r.), Philip Oberholzer, Chief Financial Officer at Bank Windhoek and Ericah Shafudah, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance. Standing are f.l.t.r, Johan van der Westhuizen, Executive Officer: Corporate and Executive Banking at Bank Windhoek, Lukas Nanyemba, Regional Executive: Corporate Banking at Bank Windhoek, Justus Mwafongwe, Director: Large Taxpayers and Investigations, Inland Revenue Dept, Ministry of Finance, Sam Shivute, Commissioner: Inland Revenue, Ministry of Finance and Nadine du Preez, Acting Director: Tax Administration and Support, Ministry of Finance.

(seated f.l.t.r.), Philip Oberholzer, Chief Financial Officer at Bank Windhoek and Ericah Shafudah, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Finance. Standing are f.l.t.r, Johan van der Westhuizen, Executive Officer: Corporate and Executive Banking at Bank Windhoek, Lukas Nanyemba, Regional Executive: Corporate Banking at Bank Windhoek, Justus Mwafongwe, Director: Large Taxpayers and Investigations, Inland Revenue Dept, Ministry of Finance, Sam Shivute, Commissioner: Inland Revenue, Ministry of Finance and Nadine du Preez, Acting Director: Tax Administration and Support, Ministry of Finance.

Bank Windhoek and the Ministry of Finance entered into an agreement on Wednesday that will see the ministry being able to utilise Point of Sale (POS) devices at all Namibian Borders Posts, Inland Revenue cash offices, Magistrate offices and Post offices appointed as collection agents for the ministry.
The bank’s POS devices will make payment easier and convenient for the ministry’s clients to pay for duty and tax fees as well as other payments.
Bank Windhoek’s POS devices accept all Visa and MasterCard branded cards whether local or international, including the Nam-mic CellCard.
Chief Financial Officer at Bank Windhoek, Philip Oberholzer said, “Bank Windhoek is proud to have been chosen as the partner of the Ministry of Finance in its quest to provide efficient and convenient services to their clients. This partnership is a step in the right direction as our society moves to a cashless society where more and more clients are using their cards to make payments as they are safer and convenient than carrying large stash of cash.”
“Bank Windhoek POS devices are one of the most effective POS devices on the market with minimal transactional and technical problems offering our clients convenience and a safe means of payment,” he said.

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