Making it all make sense

Ashley Auxab is an IT technician at Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR).

11 September 2020 | People


Ashley Auxab is purpose-driven and goal-oriented man who is currently employed by Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) as an IT technician.

Auxab told Careers that growing up in Katutura taught him that we are all human beings and he does his best to treat everybody with respect regardless of their background.

At NWR he is responsible for providing IT support to the users within the organisation. His primary duty is to make sure that their ERP system and the internet are operational at all branches.

“Users need to understand that the ICT assets need to be catered as if it is their own because it will positively emulate their lifestyle simultaneously,” he says.

Auxab says he does not know challenges because he breaks down problems, decides on a course of action, and then sees it through to the end, decisively.

He adds that one of his greatest achievements was a successful project which he managed to install operational speedpoint connections at NWR resorts. Some camps are situated in remote areas, which means poor connectivity to the payment terminals.

He says their office is known as loving, caring and happy place to be in, so he likes to be at work.

“Being under the leadership of an excellent supervisor and impeccable manager is quite refreshing. I have built an excellent interpersonal relationship with our suppliers and service providers.”

Auxab believes what separates him from every other colleague in his department is that he was privileged enough to unleash his potential through service delivery. However, other colleagues in his department are all unique in their own way.

“I am nurturing my talent daily and facilitating innovation. My secret is that I am authentic, passionate about what I do and have a clear vision in the objectives of our department and organisation at large.”

His message to other young people is a quote by Dr Myles Munroe: “Being open to correction means making yourself vulnerable, and many people are not willing to do that.”

Asked about his future plans, he says he looks forward to inaugurating the best version of himself so that his legacy can proceed without hindrance.

He is inspired by his god-fearing grandmother who raised him. Besides being in the office he enjoys travelling and spending time with friends.

Similar News


Adding to the bottom line of the organisation

5 days ago - 23 October 2020 | People

Michelline NawatisesGerhard Myburgh is a proud Namibian, happily married with two sons, born in Windhoek and raised and schooled by loving parents. After school, he...

Village boy making moves in the city

5 days ago - 23 October 2020 | People

Monique AdamsPaulus Weyulu is a fibre support technician at Paratus Nambia and has been working at their headquarters in Prosperita for three years now.He was...

A comeback with a huge positive impact

5 days ago - 23 October 2020 | People

Michelline NawatisesChantel Cogill is a financial advisor at Sanlam. Even though she is quite new in this field, she is not a stranger to Sanlam...

Leading his team to victory

5 days ago - 23 October 2020 | People

Michelline NawatisesWerenzo Horn started from humble beginnings, born and raised in Windhoek. His career path started as a sales representative, and then a supervisor at...

Leading his team to victory

5 days ago - 23 October 2020 | People

Michelline NawatisesWerenzo Horn started from humble beginnings, born and raised in Windhoek. His career path started as a sales representative, and then a supervisor at...

Making excellence a habit

5 days ago - 23 October 2020 | People

Ester Kamati WINDHOEKA recent human resources (HR) graduate from the International University of Management (IUM), Linda Schaneck is the newest addition to the Namibia...

Young, Wild and Free Nikhita

1 week ago - 20 October 2020 | People

Ester Kamati “I am unique because my journey is unique, my experiences in life, my thoughts, my words, and my actions make me unique.”Known for...

Brand comes on board as procurement policy head

1 week ago - 16 October 2020 | People

Monique Adams Born in Windhoek in 1984, Francois Brand attended Suiderhof Primary School and completed his matric at Windhoek High School. He then moved...

Penetrating a male-dominated career

1 week ago - 16 October 2020 | People

MICHELLINE NAWATISESPaulina Kornelius was born and raised at a village called Ombwana in the Okalongo constituency in northern Namibia. She holds a bachelor’s degree in...

Interior design redefined

1 week ago - 16 October 2020 | People

Michelline Nawatises If there was anything the lockdown has taught us was to appreciate the spaces we live in, and create memories with our loved...

Latest News

'Stuck without tap water since...

9 hours ago | Economics

A group of Helao Nafidi residents on Monday started excavating a traditional well to use as their source of water after the town council failed...

Emerging markets' debt tops US$4...

9 hours ago | Economics

US dollar-denominated debt in emerging markets has risen past US$4 trillion for the first time following a surge in issuance during the Covid-19 crisis, data...

'Calibre' of youth worries Swapo

9 hours ago | Politics

TUYEIMO HAIDULAOSHAKATI“We are ready to pass on the seats but when you see the calibre of young people we have and the utterances they make...

Old guard must go and...

9 hours ago | Politics

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEKWalvis Bay Urban constituency councillor Knowledge Ipinge, who is vying to retain his seat in the upcoming local and regional authority elections, says it...

Pandemic slashes tourism by 70%

9 hours ago | Economics

Madrid - International tourists arrivals plunged by an annualised 70% during the first eight months of 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic, the World Tourism...

China brainstorms new 5-year plan

9 hours ago | Economics

BEIJING - China's fifth Communist Party Plenum - which runs through Thursday behind closed doors – is expected to lay out the framework for the...

Namibians feel unsafe

9 hours ago | Crime

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKNamibians polled by an international organisation say they do not feel safe walking the streets, while Namibia has once again been ranked as one...

You can't be serious, Netumbo!

9 hours ago | Opinion

When young Namibians, especially women, seek political inspiration, they peep into the history and draw courage from the likes of Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, our deputy prime...

Another boost for Africa’s WTO...

9 hours ago | Economics

Brussels - Nigerian finance ministrer Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has picked up crucial backing from the European Union, giving her bid to become the first African head...

Load More