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The Bank Windhoek Kudu branch will relocate back to its newly renovated branch starting this Friday and will re-open on 20 August 2012.
The branch has been operating from the TransNamib Building since May to allow for major renovations on the current building, which is expected to bring more convenience and pleasant banking environment for clients.
The Kudu branch will still operate and provide services to clients during the relocation phase (17 – 19 August) at the temporary premises (TransNamib Building, Ground Floor).
Frank van Rooyen, Branch Manager of Kudu branch said: “The renovation was necessitated by the need to upgrade the interior of the branch into a modern financial centre that has the same look and feel as all other Bank Windhoek branches in the City and countrywide. I encourage all our customers to visit us and have a peek inside our newly renovated branch.”
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