Business (511)

  • 14
  • Dec
This year continued to be characterised by an economy in recession and reduced government spending, which accounts for about 60 percent of total spending in Namibia.
  • 14
  • Dec
Policy uncertainty on a number of government plans including the outcome of the Second National Land Conference and the National Equitable Economic Empowerment Framework (NEEEF) have affected Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into Namibia, economist Mally Likukela has said. 
  • 14
  • Dec
PSG Namibia has cut its 2018 GDP growth forecast to -0.4 percent from -0.2 percent, Head of Research, Eloise du Plessis, said this week.
  • 14
  • Dec
Netflix is giving Multichoice South Africa, stiff competition with its subscriber base increasing, latest figures released by the company have revealed.
  • 14
  • Dec
Economist Rowland Brown said this week that from a macroeconomic perspective, Namibia is a country in trouble.
  • 07
  • Dec
President Hage Geingob officially opened the Peugeot-Opel Assembly Plant in Walvis Bay on Wednesday.
  • 07
  • Dec
The stock of international reserves held by the Bank of Namibia declined both on a monthly and annual basis, at the end of October, according to the latest Bank of Namibia (BoN) money statistics.
  • 07
  • Dec
The Windhoek Observer’s Chamwe Kaira (CK) asked Rössing Uranium’s new MD Richard Storrie (RS) about his appointment and the announcement by long term majority shareholder, Rio Tinto, to sell its stake to China National Uranium Corporation (CNUC) barely two months after Storrie joined the company.
  • 07
  • Dec
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), as part of its technical assistance to Namibia, is helping the newly established Namibia Revenue Agency (NAMRA) to come up with a viable business plan, technical advisor to the Minister of Finance, Penda Ithindi, revealed this week.
  • 07
  • Dec
Government says the sale of the 68.62 percent stake in Rössing Uranium by Rio Tinto to China National Uranium Corporation (CNUC) is a private share transaction between the two parties.
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