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More mentees benefit from Katuka training.

The mentees in the 2014 Katuka Mentorship Programme this week completed their second training session for this year under the guidance of trainer Sabine Rugg on the finer points of effective communication skills. Standing from the left are Mervyan Konjore from Measure CSI, Daphne !Owoses from Namcor, Brumhilde BeukesEl Lakkis from Purity Manganese, Pamela Kashambafrom Standard Bank, Johanna Nakanyala from MedSchemen NHP, Jean-Mary Mushongo from Namwater and Iiue Kauta from City of Windhoek. Seated are Olivia Haludilu from the University of Namibia, mentor Roswitha Kandjii from Anpris Enterprise and a Swiss exchange student, Eveliene Dbhring, who attended as observer.

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Publication:Namibia Economist (Windhoek, Namibia)
Date:Apr 25, 2014
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