Schools benefit from printer donation

Earlier this week, Pupkewitz Motors and Schoemans announced the donation of 28 printers to schools in the Khomas, Omaheke, Otjizondjupa, Hardap, Erongo, Oshikoto, Omusati, Ohangwena and Oshana regions.
Pupkewitz Managing Director Anton Westraadt said that the donation made him think of the well-known proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child”.
“If we want to raise and educate our children to reach their potential and make a difference, we can never delegate this to schools or government only. It is a privilege for Pupkewitz Motors to make a difference through this donation.”
Speaking at the same event, Schoemans COO Johan Engelbrecht said that the company has been pioneering innovation and technological adoption in Namibia for the last 60 years.
“Part of this history includes support and assistance to communities and schools. This donation and support, together with the Pupkewitz Motors Group, is a continuation of our support to the Namibian learner especially in the rural areas, to access study materials needed for schooling. We are proud of this partnership and we shall seek opportunities to explore other avenues to broaden this initiative and its positive impact.”