WINDHOEK: The Public Service Commission (PSC) yesterday launched its new website through which it hopes to make its services more accessible to public servants.
The PSC serves to provide objective, sound and professional advice to the government on the whole spectrum of its personnel administration, in order to add value to the public service and support the direction of Government.
PSC Chairperson Ambassador Eddie Amkongo said at the official launch of the website (www.psc.gov.na) in the capital the PSC is a professional service provider and therefore, for the benefit of the public, could not continue to exist without a website.
He further said the commission needed a website to inform its clients, the public in general, as well as public service staff members about new trends, developments and best practices befitting modern public service transformations.
The website, which was activated yesterday, also serves as a platform for the PSC to provide information on what services they provide to the public.
2 (WINDHOEK) – The Executive Director of Women’s Action for Development (WAD) has called on women leaders to bring marginalised women into the mainstream of the economy.
WAD Executive Director Veronica de Klerk made the call while addressing the three-day Namibian Women’s Summit 2012 in the capital yesterday.
She noted that Namibia will soon see parity in the representation of the genders in the private sector and in Government, provided that the present generation of women leaders start building on the next generation to be worthy successors.
De Klerk urged that young girls be groomed, trained and prepared for future leadership roles by talented and experienced women leaders either on business or political level.
The first Namibian Women’s Summit was hosted in Windhoek in 2007 as a way to create a platform for Namibian women to learn from each other, share best practices and network with each other.
This year’s summit started on Wednesday and ends today.