Morphing success

29 November 2019 | Business

Elizabeth Joseph



Othniel Tjingovera has certainly become a part of the furniture at Namibia Media Holdings, as the fleet supervisor at Newsprint Namibia.

Tjingovera has been with the company for 25 years and has the same tenacity and vigor that he had when he joined the family.

Although it has been a long time, Tjingovera says he loves what he does and that is what helps him come to work every day.

“The passion for the work I do, and most of all the laughter I share every time with my team, makes me want to come to work the next day,” he says.

He received an award at the annual NMH year-end function in appreciation of his loyal service for the past two and a half decades. His service is highly appreciated.

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