Business (369)

  • 22
  • Jun
Government plans to implement around 20 large scale projects through Public Private Partnerships (PPP), John Steytler, Economic Advisor in the Office of the Presidency, said in a recent interview.
  • 22
  • Jun
Bidvest Namibia Chief Executive Officer, Sebby Kankondi, says the recent announcement by Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Bernard Esau,
  • 22
  • Jun
President Hage Geingob is delivering on his election campaign pledge of bringing prosperity to Namibia despite the current economic downturn, Geingob’s economic advisor, John Steytler, has said.
  • 22
  • Jun
Although economic prospects improved somewhat in the first quarter of this year when GDP growth contracted by 0.1 percent compared to a -0.4 percent growth in the first quarter of 2017,
  • 22
  • Jun
Mines and Energy Minister, Tom Alweendo, has expressed his frustration with the secretive nature of State-owned diamond marketing and sales company Namib Desert Diamonds’ (Namdia) operations.
  • 15
  • Jun

Letshego Namibia reached 52,000 borrowers in 2017 from 50,648 in 2016, as it continued with its steady growth on the Namibian market, Chief Executive Officer, Ester Kali, said in the company’s 2017 Annual Report.Letshego Namibia reached 52,000 borrowers in 2017 from 50,648 in 2016, as it continued with its steady growth on the Namibian market, Chief Executive Officer, Ester Kali, said in the company’s 2017 Annual Report.

  • 15
  • Jun

There are a lot of stumbling blocks when it comes to the promotion of Private Public Partnerships in Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries. 

  • 15
  • Jun
The future of Skorpion Zinc Mine was thrown into major doubt this week with parent company, Vedanta Resources, announcing that the life of mine may only be extended by three years when it expires in 2020.
  • 15
  • Jun
Finance Minister, Calle Schlettwein, has warned that the strengthening US dollar could lead to a further hike in fuel prices and increased economic instability.
  • 15
  • Jun
Information minister, Stanley Simataa, says government will not dictate to state-owned mobile operator MTC to take on a technical partner following the exit of Samba Luxco in March this year.
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