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Namibian customer service: my experience

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Customer service: Call a spade a spade

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JOB
We salute Job Amupanda and his comrades on the youth empowerment agenda they are pushing through. It is time that we as youth open our eyes and tackle our challenges head on with the authorities. Namibia belongs to all. Now fishing quotas!

MTC
I really don’t know what MTC is trying to achieve with the way they are deducting money from our accounts. It is ridiculous and should be stopped. It high time that a consumer body steps up to assist us against such a rip-off. Read more about Say It

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Customer service: Call a spade a spade

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JOB
We salute Job Amupanda and his comrades on the youth empowerment agenda they are pushing through. It is time that we as youth open our eyes and tackle our challenges head on with the authorities. Namibia belongs to all. Now fishing quotas!

MTC
I really don’t know what MTC is trying to achieve with the way they are deducting money from our accounts. It is ridiculous and should be stopped. It high time that a consumer body steps up to assist us against such a rip-off. Read more about Say It

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Auntie Patty
What a beautiful and well-written story about the Prime Minister’s ex-wife in Friday’s Namibian Sun. Reading about this remarkable woman, who took up the struggle for Namibia’s liberation, was so touching I had tears in my eyes and I felt like I knew her. May her beautiful soul rest in peace.

*I didn’t know the Prime Minister was first married to an American woman in the 60s. It was so nice to read about her story and how she committed herself to the cause during the struggle years. Rest in peace beautiful Aunty Patty. Read more about Say it

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Customer service and Namibian ministries

Christopher John Savage writes:
The Harold Pupkewitz Graduate School of Business (HPGSB), part of the Polytechnic of Namibia, held the first ever Namibia Customer Service Awards and Conference 2014 between November 3 and 5 in Windhoek.
One of the speakers on the first morning of the conference was the Minister of Home Affairs, the Honourable Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana. She was present because although there has been great concern over the service offered by this ministry, it is said to be improving rapidly under her leadership.
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