Celebrating your stories

13 February 2018 | Education

Yesterday, My Zone, the youth brand of Namibia Media Holdings (NMH) celebrated its third birthday. The school newspaper project of NMH started in 2015 and on 12 February 2015 we published out first school newspaper in the Khomas region. Since then have expanded to more than 6 regions in the country, giving high school learners and students the opportunity to share their livers and stories with us through own school newspapers as well as this focused youth supplement The Zone. Pictured here are Albe Botha, CEO of Namibia Media Holdings (NMH), Octavia Tsibes (My Zone journalist), Helené Bam (NMH youth coordinator) and Tunohole Mungoba (My Zone journalist). PHOTO: YOLANDA NEL

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