Leake Hangala new NAC board chair

11 October 2018 | Transport

Transport minister John Mutorwa has announced changes to the board of directors of the Namibia Airports Company (NAC). In a statement this afternoon, Mutorwa named Dr Leake Hangala as the board chair, with Advocate Irene Visser as Leake's deputy. Rudoph Rittman, Grace Muhamed and Ipupa Kasheeta were named as three board members by the minister.
"The terms of office of the NAC board chair and vice-chair take effect from 11 October 2018 and shall officially come to an end on 1 August 2019.
Mutorwa undertook to schedule a press conference as soon "as is practically possible" to supply information on the ICAO audit of the country's avaition security, the recruitment of a CEO for the NAC, the legal matter regarding Ondangwa Airport contract, Walvis Bay's renovated facilities and plans with regards a planned airport for Rundu.
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