Letshego Holdings Namibia is taking bold steps to contribute towards reducing Namibia’s unemployment rate by expanding the workforce across its subsidiaries.

Recognising that addressing this challenge requires collective efforts beyond the government’s interventions, the Group is enhancing the workforce to support its organisational growth initiatives and the evolving needs of its growing customer base.

Listed on the Namibian Stock Exchange, Letshego Holdings Namibia is the ultimate shareholder in Letshego Micro Financial Services Namibia, providing seamless access to credit services for lower-middle income earners and Letshego Bank Namibia, which offers affordable banking services.

With a core purpose of addressing the widely acknowledged financial gap to enhance lives, the Group substantially contributes to broader economic development.

Ester Kali, CEO of Letshego Holdings Namibia, emphasises the significance of the appointments, stating, “These strategic moves align with our growth ambitions outlined in our five-year transformation journey, the 6.2.5 plan, launched in 2020 and currently in its fourth year.

“The plan aims to enhance customer experiences, improve operational efficiency, and diversify Letshego’s offerings. The expanded workforce will act as a catalyst, propelling Letshego to deliver a robust customer experience and accentuate the value of financial inclusion.”

Kali states that Letshego Holdings Namibia invites qualified professionals who share values such as integrity, customer-centricity, and innovation to explore career opportunities within both Letshego Bank Namibia (LBN) and Letshego Micro Financial Services Namibia (LMFSN).

“Detailed information on available positions and application procedures can be found on the Facebook and LinkedIn pages of each entity,” Ester Kali, Letshego Holdings Namibia CEO omutumwa.com

Letshego Holdings Namibia remains dedicated to strengthening internal capacities to facilitate continued business growth and solidify its market position. The Group is steadfast in its commitment to contribute to the economic landscape of Namibia through strategic growth and fostering financial inclusion.

In the photo: Ms Ester Kali, Letshego Holdings Namibia’s CEO.