Business (166)

  • 22
  • Sep
Afrorage is a Windhoek-based, family-owned business, which deals in natural hair treatments and healthy skin support products.
  • 22
  • Sep
Letshego Namibia’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) will close this Friday, 22 September, with thousands of people already expressing interest in buying the shares.
  • 22
  • Sep
The country’s agricultural sector is expected to grow by 10 percent this year, Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) Economist, Klaus Schade, said this week when he spoke about prospects and trends in the economy.
  • 22
  • Sep
The Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) has been given back its mandate of funding SMEs with an annual turnover of less than N$15 million following the collapse of SME Bank, which is currently under provisional liquidation.
  • 22
  • Sep
New Government regulations requiring that asset managers invest an increased portion of their assets in Namibia will see billions of dollars being repatriated from beyond Namibian borders, particularly from South Africa.
  • 15
  • Sep
On Tuesday, SMEs Compete hosted the second session of the Entrepreneurs Roundtable (ERT) at the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Girls Centre in Katutura.  The first session was held in August. 
  • 15
  • Sep
The price of uranium on the international market is expected to remain low for years to come, John Borshoff, Chief Executive Officer of Deep Yellow, one of the companies exploring for uranium in the Erongo region has said.
  • 15
  • Sep
As first reported by the Windhoek Observer in May, FNB Namibia paid N$328 million in cash to acquire EBank and the Pointbreak group of companies early this year, the lender’s 2017 Integrated Annual Report released last week has revealed.
  • 15
  • Sep
High investor demand and pension fund regulations have led to an increase in the number and value of bonds listed on the Namibian Stock Exchange (NSX) by local firms so far this year compared to the whole of 2016, NSX Chief Executive Officer, Tiaan Bazuin, has said.
  • 15
  • Sep
FNB Namibia says it’s keen to increase Namibian ownership to 45 percent from the current 39 percent, Chief Executive Officer, Sarel van Zyl, said in an interview.
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