NUST student flies Namibian flag high in Russia

Ronaldo Kathjiheve, a third-year Bachelor of Management student was selected to represent Namibia at the 45th WorldSkills Competition in Russia. This is after taking part in the National Skills Competition, an initiative of the Namibia Training Authority (NTA).

The WorldSkills competition , which is currently underway, has brought together more than 60 countries who are competing in 56 vocational fields.

“This achievement made it possible for me to see another part of the world. It motivated me to be the best in what I am doing. You should really not waste your time whilst you are young and take any opportunity that come your way. If you love what you are doing you should not always be worried in getting a monetary reward as these experiences are invaluable and often cannot be paid with money alone,” said Kathjiheve.

He is accompanied by other local competitors who are competing fields such as bricklaying, carpentry, joinery, plumbing and heating.

Follow the Namibian team’s journey on https://worldskills2019.com/en/ and on the NUST Hotel School Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/nust.hotelschool/
The competition ends on 27 August.

Date: 
Friday, August 23, 2019
for Month: 
August, 2019

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