Business (485)

  • 09
  • Nov
Listed companies are feeling the pinch of the current economic meltdown with most share prices of local listed companies dropping at the end of September compared to their closing share prices in December 2017, data released by the Namibian Stock Exchange (NSX) last week shows.
Namibia Asset Management recorded the biggest drop in share price at 11.11 percent, followed by Capricorn Investment Group (10.28 percent), FNB Namibia Holdings (6.18 percent), Nictus Holdings (4.76 percent), Oryx Properties (1.94 percent), Bidvest Namibia, (0.89 percent) and Letshego Holdings (0.25 percent).
  • 09
  • Nov
Namibia’s biggest airport, Hosea Kutako International Airport, does not have CCTV cameras, a major security lapse, Namibia Airports Company (NAC) Chairman, Leake Hangala, told journalists on Wednesday.
  • 09
  • Nov
The Namib Desert Diamonds (Namdia) has started the process to select new additional buyers for its rough diamonds.
  • 09
  • Nov
Minister of Finance, Calle Schlettwein, recently appointed a new Board of Directors for Agribank. The, board, whose term runs from 1 September to 31 August 2021, is led by Michael Iyambo (MI), with Dagmar Honsbein as Deputy Chairperson.
  • 09
  • Nov
Wärtsilä, the company which has been pushing to develop the stalled 120MW Arandis Power project, is planning to set up a 50MW solar PV project, with a local company, Natura Energy.
  • 09
  • Nov
The Credit Guarantee Scheme to be housed by the Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) will require N$500 million in funding, in order to effectively lend to Small and Medium Enterprises.
  • 02
  • Nov
Mobile operator and internet service provider, MTC, has invested in fibre optic broadband for businesses to cater for increased need for bigger capacity and faster internet speed.
  • 02
  • Nov
The continued slowdown of the economy is expected to continue impacting on the growth of the housing industry, FNB has said in its latest housing index.
  • 02
  • Nov
The Namibian broiler industry has great potential to create more jobs, provide food security and industrialisation, but it faces many challenges, results of a study released this week show.
  • 02
  • Nov
Namibia has dropped to 107 in the 2018 World Bank Easy of Doing Business ranking from 106 last year.
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