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Commenting on the passing of Harold Pupkewitz, DBN CEO David Nuyoma said, “DBN regrets the passing of Harold Pupkewitz, but celebrates a full and very productive life which contributed immeasurably to the development of the Namibian business environment, as well as education and business education. We offer our condolences to his family and colleagues. “I was personally very fortunate to have many discussions with him, all of which were opportunities to learn from his long years of experience. I will particularly miss his sense of preparedness and emphasis on hard work and productivity. The economic landscape of Namibia has lost a legend.
May his soul rest in eternal peace.
CEO Development Bank of Namibia
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