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Bursaries

Nursing Bursary Recipients
Nursing Bursary Recipients

To ensure that there is a sufficient number of suitably qualified potential employees available to join Ohorongo in future, the company supports gifted Namibian students in their industry specific studies though the provision of partial- and full bursaries. 

Bursaries are awarded for studies to any accredited Namibian or South African learning institution, and are advertised in the main newspaper and on the company website. 

Ohorongo launched its bursary scheme in 2015 to help deserving Namibians, both employees and non-employees, to construct their careers. The bursary scheme was set up to help Namibia achieve its strategic objectives, as set out in the country’s Policy initiatives of Vision 2030, the Growth at Home strategy of Ministry of Trade and Industry, as well as the Harambee Prosperity Plan.

“We believe that for Namibia to achieve all these objectives, and help better the lives of its people, we need to increase the educational level of its people. That is why we have embarked on a program aimed at helping join deserving young people to acquire an education, said Hans-Wilhelm Schütte, the Managing Director of Ohorongo.

There are currently no busaries available.


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Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Financial Support and Reporting Manager will be responsible for preparing monthly business performance review, project monitoring and fixed assets.   Prepare annua...

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Ohorongo (Pty) Ltd. is one of the first of Namibia's cement manufacturers and owns one of the most modern cement plants in Africa. It was constructed over the course of two years by leading international engine...

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Corporate Citizenship

All investments in line with our Corporate Social Responsibility strategy are facilitated through the Ohorongo Otavi Community Trust (OOCT). The Trust is based on 3 pillars: HEALTHCARE, INFRASTRUCTURE & EDUCATION. All requests and proposals received are evaluated in terms of the 3 pillars. Requests for support, donations and sponsorships should clearly address one of the 3 pillars, with a clear indication of expectations and the associated costs. A committee sits on a regular basis, and all r...

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Ohorongo Windhoek Office
11 Van Der Bijl Street, Northern Industrial Area, Windhoek
P.O. Box 86842, Eros
Tel: +264 61 389 300

Cement Plant
Sargberg Plant, North Otavi
P.O.Box 444, Tsumeb
Tel: +264 67 235 7000



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