NASE Launches Website

We are excited to finally announce the launch of the NASE website. The website, is now live, with great content and interactive engineering and technical resources.

The website was launched in Windhoek on Saturday, 17 March 2018, and propagates NASE's mission and objectives to support, promote and advance the engineering profession and its allied disciplines in Namibia and beyond. This is in line with our mission to make NASE accessible to all. The website contains great resources for professionals, students as well as learners.

Individuals, companies and institutions alike, will have access to technical resources and professional development opportunities to compliment their studies, careers, businesses and aspirations, as well as to advertise and promote their work and expertise to our vast membership, stakeholders and the general public.

Schools and learners will be able to go to the site and access resources on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education.

The general public and media houses will from now on be able to access and follow information and latest developments in the industry from the website.

We call on the entire country to visit the site and stay up-to-date with all our activities and all happenings in the industry.

The website was launched by Telecom Namibia and attended by Mr. Charles Mukwaso, the President of NASE; Ms. Rachel Kakololo, NASE's Secretary General Rachel Kakololo and Mr. Kefas Kanyungule, Secretary for Industrial and Institutional Relations.

NASE Executive Board

Caption: Left to Right Charles Mukwaso (President), Rachel Kakololo (Secretary General), Melanie De Wee (Telecom) & Kefas Kanyungule ( Secretary for Industrial & Institutional Liaison)

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