Business (120)

  • 21
  • Jul
The two-day FNB Whisky Festival held last weekend can only be described as a great success, FNB Namibia Marketing Manager, Madri van Wyk, has said.
  • 21
  • Jul
Government is still to decide whether to order Air Namibia to continue or scrap the Windhoek-Frankfurt route on which it is losing N$300 million per year, Public Enterprises Minister, Leon Jooste, said in response to an enquiry this week.
  • 21
  • Jul
Boxman Windhoek is a franchise company that supplies a specialised range of boxes and related products to customers when relocating.
  • 21
  • Jul
 
The insurance industry has started submitting written objections to the Ministry of Finance’s plans to make it mandatory for companies to pay 18 percent of their monthly income to the Government through the State-owned reinsurance company, Namibia National Reinsurance Corporation (NamibRe).
  • 21
  • Jul
The Windhoek Observer can exclusively reveal that media personality, Hilda Basson-Namundjebo, is the local partner in the soon-to-be-opened multinational grocery retailer, Choppies.
  • 21
  • Jul
 
Vivo Energy Namibia has expanded the number of its Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) outlets to 16 across major towns in the country, including the Chicken Inn and Pizza Inn brands.
  • 21
  • Jul
Prospective buyers have started expressing interest in taking over the troubled SME Bank, barely a week after the lender was placed under provisional liquidation, the Windhoek Observer has learned.
  • 14
  • Jul
Many people have lost valuable items such as national identity documents and academic qualifications, which sometimes take forever to replace.
  • 14
  • Jul
Honoris United Universities, the first pan-African higher private education network, was launched in London on Tuesday, with Luis Lopez appointed as its Chief Executive Officer.
  • 14
  • Jul
The Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) held a regional workshop on tourism’s economic contribution and funding possibilities in Swakopmund on 10-11 June 2017. 
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