TransNamib suspends Tjivikua and Ihuhua

29 May 2017 23:30pm
WINDHOEK, 29 MAY (NAMPA) – The TransNamib Board of Directors on Monday suspended Executive Strategy and Stakeholder Management, Hippy Tjivikua and property executive Struggle Ihuhua from active duty until further notice.
According to an internal memo issued on Monday and seen by this agency, Tjivikua and Ihuhua are prohibited from entering the premises of TransNamib without the written and expressed permission of the Board, and all employees are requested to ensure compliance with this restriction.
The suspensions were enforced for the national railway utility to conduct an unhindered investigation into allegations levelled against the two executives.
“Please herewith be informed that in accordance with a resolution of the Board directors, the said employees were suspended from active duty as from today,” the memo reads.
In the memo, the Board appealed to employees and management to observe and adhere to the obligation of confidentiality, as per the policy of incumbent upon all employees of the company at all levels.
Staffs were through the memo notified that until investigation is finalised, no employee may share any information of the company with Tjivikua and Ihuhua, unless authorised in writing by the Board.
TransNamib Corporate Communication Manager, Ailly Hangula-Paulino confirmed to Nampa that all employees received the memo on Monday.
“Yes, we received the memo from the company secretary and that the information is like that,” she said without elaborating further.