Top Taxi Competition Lauded By Road Users

Drivers in and around the capital have noticed a distinct change in the attitudes and general driving habits of Windhoek’s hardest working road users, taxi drivers.

This change has been attributed to the good driving being incentivised by concerned stakeholders such as Kosmos Radio, The Windhoek City Police, Standard Bank, NMC, Shoprite and The Namibian newspaper.

Windhoek taxi driver Johannes Mbonga scooped this week’s Radio Kosmos Top Taxi award. He walked away with N$3000 cash prize from Standard Bank Namibia as well as an emergency medical kit from Namibia Medical Care. Standing from left to right in front of his taxi A386 are Luton Koorts from Kosmos Radio, City Police Superintendent Charl Morkel, NMC’s Fund Liaison Executive Jo-Anne Pote, Top Taxi winner Johannes Mbonga, Standard Bank’s PR amp Communications Manager Surihe Gaomas-Guchu and Shoprite Regional Manager Linton Whittaker.

The Top Taxi competition will running until the end of the year, so make sure to get your copy of The Namibian and be on the look out for an entry form for this exciting competition hosted by Kosmos Radio 94.1 and The Windhoek City Police, and is made possible through the generous sponsorship of Standard Bank Namibia, NMC, Shoprite and The Namibian.

Source : The Namibian