J&B Estates tops

19 November 2018 | Business

J&B Estates was awarded as the Top Estate Agency for the Coastal Region at the Bank Windhoek Coastal Estate Agents Awards ceremony hosted in Walvis Bay. Hot on their heels were Ramos Realtors Namibia and Susan Curtis Estates in the second and third spots respectively.

In the commercial category, the top prize went to Hettie Beukes of Susan Curtis Estates while Ilene Olivier of Daphne Swanepoel Properties received the second prize. Joey Gerber of Ramos Realtors Namibia, took up the third spot.

Saloom Hasanein of Golden Palace Property Centre was the Top Achiever in the Residential category followed by Harrold Page of HomePage and Morne Human of J&B Estates who won the second and third prizes.

The awards aim to give credit to coastal estate agents and agencies that supported Bank Windhoek during the 2017/2018 financial year as well as for their commitment, loyalty and support.

According to Bank Windhoek's Executive Officer of Retail Banking Service, Chris Matthee, “Bank Windhoek prides itself in offering customer-centric financial solutions that enable Namibians to realise their dreams of owing assets that can enhance their quality of life. This goal can be achieved when Bank Windhoek and Estate Agents continue to work together as reliable business partners.”

Apart from the awards above, awards of excellence were also handed over to various agents.

Similar News

 

With passion and determination

1 month - 17 December 2018 | Business

When becoming an engineer didn't pan out, one entrepreneur didn't sit back and wait for an opportunity, he made sure he grabbed every chance that...

Barking up the design tree

1 month - 10 December 2018 | Business

Yolanda Nel - After years of hard work and pop-up shops, one artist recently opened a brand new studio in the capital.Bark Design Studio has...

Owning your zula

1 month - 03 December 2018 | Business

More than 500 members of the Gobabis informal settlement joined the Start-up Festival that was hosted at Gobabis last weekend. The festival served as a...

It's a foodie ­celebration!

1 month - 03 December 2018 | Business

Almost a year has passed since Wing It Diner opened its doors in the capital, thanks to blood, sweat and tears from a Namibian entrepreneur...

From good to great

1 month - 26 November 2018 | Business

Vivo Energy, the company that distributes and markets Shell branded fuels and lubricants in Africa, held its annual Safety Day last week.The theme, “From good...

Training transforms lives

2 months ago - 19 November 2018 | Business

Seventeen leaders from the ministry of health and social services (MoHSS) recently completed their training at the African Leadership Institute (ALI), thanks to the support...

Green exhibits at AfricaCom

2 months ago - 19 November 2018 | Business

Green Enterprise Solutions (Green) attended Africa's largest telecom conference in Africa, in Cape Town this week, where they were the only Namibian company to exhibit...

For enhanced courier services

2 months ago - 12 November 2018 | Business

In a bid to improve operational efficiencies, Namibia Post Limited inaugurated a new logistics centre for NamPost courier services in Windhoek earlier this week.For the...

Together we can do more

2 months ago - 12 November 2018 | Business

Re-affirming its commitment to the fight against cancer, Namibian Community Trust recently donated N$50 000 to the Cancer Association of Namibia for the betterment of...

New eatery opens

2 months ago - 12 November 2018 | Business

Excitement is running high following the opening of the revamped Puku bar and restaurant at the pool area of the Windhoek Country Club.Food and beverage...

Latest News

Watertoevoer bly 'n uitdaging

21 hours ago | Infrastructure

Op Groot Aub sê inwoners hulle gaan soms dae lank sonder water.Tydens 'n onlangse onderhoud met Nampa, het inwoners van die ne-dersetting wat sowat 45km...

Women at Work trains nannies

21 hours ago | Education

A number of women from Farm Skoonheid near Gobabis recently received training to become nannies to better their knowledge and skills to take care of...

Just enough better than more

21 hours ago | Banking

As the economy begins to improve, entrepreneurs will find greater confidence to establish SMEs, while existing SMEs will seek finance to grow, says Jerome Mutumba,...

Artist group struts their stuff

21 hours ago | Art and Entertainment

A group exhibition by the Ileni Pamwe Project of Visual Artists opened at the Omba Gallery in the capital last week.The exhibition showcases mixed media...

Shotgun at the Warehouse

21 hours ago | Art and Entertainment

Indie-folk singer and songwriter Shotgun Tori makes a Namibian comeback with her tour Where We Left It Off at the Warehouse Theatre.Blending folk, rockabilly, country...

Life in full colour

21 hours ago | Art and Entertainment

Running at the National Art Gallery in the capital until 16 February, is Of the Greatness of Life, a solo exhibition by Dr Helmut Lauschke.Consisting...

Events calendar

21 hours ago | Art and Entertainment

Currently running• Art Come Together, an exhibition of the results from art workshops in the Khomas, Kavango East, Oshana and Hardap regions at the National...

A new you in the...

21 hours ago | People

If you're looking for a rebrand in terms of your image, reputation, lifestyle or even habits but you're finding it hard to start, it might...

Support for soccer centre

21 hours ago | Society

The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Girls Centre last week received 18 single beds and bedding worth N$75 000 from the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit...

Load More