Pupkewitz Motors donates 28 printers to schools

[Namibia Economist - Namibia] - 22/09/2022
For twenty eight schools in nine regions, the battle to put a document on a piece of paper is over following a donations of printers by the Pupkewitz Motors group, in partnership with Schoemans Office Systems, A handover ceremony was held at the Pupkewitz Haval/GWM showroom in Windhoek for the (...)
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