Business (672)

  • 13
  • Dec
NAMBOB Funeral Solutions has entered into two additional partnership agreements with Metropolitan Namibia and Liberty Namibia, bringing to three agreements signed this year.
  • 06
  • Dec
Bank Windhoek was named Bank of the Year by leading Financial Times publication, The Banker.
  • 06
  • Dec
In line with the ethos of the MTN Group of making a meaningful impact in the markets that it operates in,MTN Namibia launched its inaugural Graduate Trainee Programme this year. 
  • 06
  • Dec
MTC has opened the first ICT Innovation Centre in Windhoek to test, build and showcase new business and consumer ICT applications.
  • 06
  • Dec
NAMBOB Funeral Solutions and Hollard Life Namibia have entered into a partnership agreement where NAMBOB will now provide Hollard’s funeral insurance policies to its highly esteemed customers, leveraging on both brands’ expertise.
  • 06
  • Dec
MTN Business Namibia says it’s still moving ahead with plans to launch a mobile network, after securing all the relevant regulatory approval.
“It has been two-and-a-half years in planning. We have recently changed our strategy in favour of additional control on our side.
  • 29
  • Nov
In line with the ethos of the MTN Group of making a meaningful impact in the markets that it operates in, MTN Namibia launched its inaugural Graduate Trainee Programme this year. 
  • 29
  • Nov
Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) says it continues to scout for investment opportunities in the country and to date has invested N$44.3 billion in the local and international markets through listed and unlisted investments.
  • 22
  • Nov
In line with the ethos of the MTN Group of making a meaningful impact in the markets that it operates in, MTN Namibia launched its inaugural Graduate Trainee Programme this year.  There are five graduates from recognized universities accepted from over 200 applications.
  • 22
  • Nov
NamPost and KfW Development Bank signed a concessional loan agreement of N$325.02 million (EUR 20.0 million) to provide micro-loans to micro-, small- and medium-sized companies and households in rural and remote areas via NamPost subsidiary PostFin.
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