Minister of Labour, Industrial Relations, and Employment Creations, Utoni Nujoma officially launched the annual Namibia Productivity Awareness Campaign Week in Windhoek on Monday. Nampa reports that speaking at the occasion here on Monday, Nujoma said the ministry dedicated the week to celebrate productivity while at the same time encouraging all Namibians to be productive amidst the challenge of COVID-19. The productivity week runs from 26 and 30 October 2020 and will be celebrated under the theme ‘Striving to be productive amid COVID-19’. He added that any support for the digital economy is key to boosting technological innovation and services that are essential to driving productivity and growth, which has a direct impact on the overall national economy, which is why an aggressive drive in achieving the expected impacts, particularly in the face of globalization and economic evolution, is central.