Telecom Namibia marks 20 years with commemorative stamps
NAMIBIA| July 30, 2012, 11:50 a.m.
Telecom Namibia and sister company Nampost have each issued a set of commemorative stamps to mark their 20th birthday.
The two entities are marking their anniversary this week under the theme ‘20 years of transformation, growth and success’.
Telecom Namibia’s stamps depict a VSAT dish and a fibre optic cable.
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