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Prime Minister Nahas Angula and Team Namibia’s General Manager, Lizette Foot, sharing a happy exchange at the Office of the Prime Ministe. Team Namibia this week delivered the hampers to the Prime Minister as an expression of their gratitude for his support of Team Namibia at their recent Annual General Meeting. The Prime Minister urged Namibian retailers to stock local products in their stores and Team Namibia to make local products easily identifiable for shoppers. The gift hampers consisted of products from Namibia Breweries Limited, Namib Mills and other manufacturers and service providers in the country.
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