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Standard Bank Namibia congratulates top Taxi winners

Mon, 16 June 2014 02:25
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Obeying traffic rules, driving safely and sticking to the 60 kilometers speed limit within the city are but some of the regulations that resulted in the sixth winner of Joseph Nghiitete winning this week’s Top Taxi Award.
Nghiitete constitutes the sixth winner of the taxi project while the fifth winner was Salomo Neyoha
Both winners got their winnings which constitutes of N$3000 cash prize from Standard Bank Namibia and an emergency medical toolkit from Namibia Medical Care.  The weekly Top Taxi Project competition facilitated by Radio Kosmos 94.1 has been running since its launch on 9 of April 2014 and will end on the 9th of December this year.