NAMDIA SPONSOR THE NATIONAL WOMEN HOCKEY TEAM

NAMDIA SPONSOR THE NATIONAL WOMEN HOCKEY TEAM

Namib Desert Diamonds (NAMDIA) is delighted to announce its sponsorship, an amount
of N$179 000.00 to the National Women Hockey Team for the Tokyo 2020 qualifiers
taking place in Stellenbosch, South Africa from 12 – 18 August 2019. We, at NAMDIA,
see sport as a unifier and we want to help to develop brilliance in sports which will
contribute to us being globally competitive. Integrity, passion and commitment are just
some of the values cultivated through sport, which benefit young women both on and off
the field.

NAMDIA is pleased to announce that the selection process for its new clients has been completed.

The following is a list of its new clients for the next two year (2019/20 -2020/21):

BELGIUM
1. IGC Group N.V
2. Dev Jewels BVBA
3. Diamond Trading N.V
4. Diamwill BVBA
DUBAI
5. Dhamani Jewels DMCC
6. SBMH DMCC
7. Samir Gems DMCC
INDIA
8. S Vinod Kumar
9. Kapu Gems
ISRAEL
10. Levintal Diamonds LTD
UNITED STATES
11. Lieber & Solow LTD
12. Mellen Inc.
NAMIBIA
13. Schachter & Namdar Namibia
14. DYS Diamond Manufacturer Namibia
15. Tate Diamonds
16. Pluczenik Diamond Company

In selection of the aforementioned clients, NAMDIA received an overwhelming response, with over 70 applicants from across the globe.
We wish to thank all participants who submitted their bids and the interest shown in this process.

 

Administrative Assistant

Namib Desert Diamonds (Pty) Ltd (NAMDIA) is a cutting edge diamond marketing and sales company, perfectly positioned to create a sustainable route to market a portion of Namibia’s unique and highly sought-after diamonds. Established in 2016 by the Government of the Republic of Namibia, it trades as a private company, governed by the Companies Act, with limited liability.

 

Grading: B4
Duty Station: WINDHOEK
Primary Purpose: To provide high quality professional office administration support and ensures timely flow of information in the office of the General Manager. This incumbent handles details of highly confidential and critical nature, and must function efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced professional environment.
Minimum Qualifications and Experience: – Diploma in Office Administration or equivalent qualifications
– NQF Level 6
– Three (3) years relevant experience
Special Requirements/Licenses: Drivers License Code B
Key Responsibilities: – Administrative Support Services
– Monthly Quarterly Management reports
– Internal and External Stakeholder Communication
– Record keeping services
– Typing services
– Procurement
– Messenger Functionalities
Competencies/Skills: Customer Services
– Numeric abilities
– Book keeping
– Good communication and interpersonal abilities
– Minute Taking
– Time Management

Detailed Curriculum Vitae, cover letter plus certified supporting documents should be hand-delivered at the Namib Desert Diamonds (NAMDIA) Office, Corner of Sam Nujoma Drive and Kwame Nkuruma Avenue, Windhoek.

NB: Non-Namibian qualifications must be evaluated by NQA.

Kindly take note that emailed documents will not be accepted.

Closing date for all applications is 05 March 2019

VOTE OF THANKS DELIVERED BY KENNEDY HAMUTENYA, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF NAMIB DESERT DIAMONDS – NAMDIA – AT THE OCASSION OF THE OFFICIAL INAUGURATION OF THE NAMDIA BUILDING

VOTE OF THANKS DELIVERED BY KENNEDY HAMUTENYA, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF NAMIB DESERT DIAMONDS – NAMDIA – AT THE OCASSION OF THE OFFICIAL INAUGURATION OF THE NAMDIA BUILDING ON FRIDAY, 7 DECEMBER

 

Honourable Minister Tom Alweendo, Minister of Mines and Energy,

Honourable Calle Schlettwein, Minister of Finance

Honourable Leon Jooste, Minister of Public Enterprises

Hon. Kornelia Shilunga, Deputy Minister Mines and Energy

Inspector General of Nambian Police Sebastian Ndeitunga

Distinguished members of Cabinet and Parliament

Your Excellencies, members of the Diplomatic Corps

Members of the business community

Namdia’s Board of Directors and Management and staff

Ladies and gentlemen of the media,

Esteemed invited guests

 

This is a momentous day that we as a management team and I in particular have been waiting for with bated breath for a greater part of this year. This, for us, is the crowning glory of the hard work we have been doing for the past two years. To have our Minister grace us with his presence and give his official blessing to what we do is glorious honour indeed.

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