Sankwasa, James Sankwasa

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Deputy Minister: Works and Transport

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Legislative Profile

Member of the National Assembly (2015-2020); Deputy Minister of Ministry of Works and Transport.

Personal

Born on 05 May 1955, Sikanjabuka District, Zambezi Region

Education

Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degree: Thames Valley University, London, UK (1997); Master’s of Arts (MA) Degree: Health Management, Planning & Policy, Leeds University, Leeds, UK (1994); Diploma: Public Administration: University of Zululand, RSA (1982); Financial Management Certificate: Wits University, RSA (2001); Executive Development Certificate: Stellenbosch University RSA, (2008) Passed with distinction – received Director’s Award; Advanced Diploma in Labour Law: UNISA, RSA (2014) Passed with Distinction.

Career

Hardap Regional Council (2004 - 2008); Director: Bilateral Affairs: Foreign Affairs (2000 - 2004); Part-time Lecturer and Examiner: Polytechnic of Namibia: Organisational Development and Management, Strategic Business Management, Human Resource Management, Labour Relations, Research Methodology and Moderator: Management of Training; Supervisor: MBA Thesis Research Students: UNAM (1997 – 2010); Chief Regional Officer (CRO): Media Executive (CEO): New Era Publication Corporation (1995 – 2000); Hospital Administrator: Oshakati Hospital (1988 – 1990); Regional Health Administrator: North- West Health Region (1990 -1993); Hospital Administrator: Windhoek Hospital Complex (1994 -1995); Human Resources Management Practitioner: Caprivi Administration (1982 – 1988). Drafting of the Hospital Ordinance (1995) and Review of the draconian Proclamation AG 28 dealing with the establishment of various administrations (1986).

Legislative Interests

 Health Issues; Public Sector Administration Issues (Finance- Budget Development and Expenditure Control Aspects; Administration and Management); Labour Relations Issues and Economic Development.
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