By Confidente Reporter
TUSK Mobile and Electronics a subsidiary of Shipanga Holdings continues to expand its footprint in the country and opened its 24th store in the town of Rundu last weekend.
Speaking at the official opening Shipanga Holdings executive director Martin Shipanga applauded the community of Rundu for joining them in celebrating another milestone as they embark on the quest of bringing the services closer to the people.
Shipanga added that Tusk Mobile and Electronics is a Namibian initiative that is managed by Namibians. “We have become an established brand in the Namibian market and most specifically in the mass market, where the majority of our people have been yearning for services in electronics and technology,” said Shipanga.
“We are proud to be part of a group of companies that are committed to make a difference in the lives of our people. Thank you again people of Rundu and its surrounding areas”. In her speech Rundu town mayor Verna Sinimbo said, “Rundu is a town of great potential and I hope to see more entrepreneurs seeking to contribute to the development of our town. I believe that we are all capable of making a positive contribution to our society and I want to encourage the community today that the change one desire to see is in your hands. Where we see problems or a lack thereof in our communities let us instead see them as an opportunity.”
Sinimbo further pointed out that as council, they are doing their best to ensure that they create the best possible environment for business to thrive and what they hope for is talented and innovative Namibians seizing this opportunity to succeed.
The Tusk Mobile shop in Rundu will be selling mobile phones, digital cameras, photo printers and airtime vouchers, amongst other products and services.
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