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Pombili Hanghome: from facing bullying to graduating with grace

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Pombili Hanghome, who bravely returned to school at the age of 24 to join Grade 9 in 2014 despite facing mockery and bullying for being the oldest student in her class, has now achieved a significant milestone. 

At 32, Hanghome is a proud graduate of the International University of Management (IUM), where she earned a bachelor's degree in financial management. 

Her journey stands as a testament to resilience and hope, inspiring many determined children across Namibia.

Former regional manager of Nwanyi FM Radio laid to rest

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The former Regional Manager for nbc's Nwanyi FM radio, Muhau Mutonga, was buried today in her home village of Malindi in Kabbe South Constituency.

68-year-old Mutonga, who retired eight years ago, served the corporation for 30 years.

Mutonga joined the Lozi Service, as it was known at the time, as a cadet producer and translator in October 1986, before being promoted to producer in 1995 at the same radio station.

She went through all the ranks until she was promoted to the position of regional manager until her retirement in 2016.

President Geingob commends Miss Namibia Organisation for the mentorship

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President Geingob commended the Miss Namibia Organization for the mentorship and for instilling patriotism among the youth.

He is particularly proud that the contestants pursue causes in the communities even before entering the competition.

All the current title holders under the Miss Namibia Organization have charity causes which they are pursuing.