Business (506)

  • 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.
  • 30
  • Nov
As mental health becomes big issue in the country, Charine Glen-Spyron (CGS) the founding CEO Bel Esprit says her desire to offer world class services in Namibia was instrumental in the setting up of the facility. 
  • 30
  • Nov
Low employee engagement can cause great harm to an organisation. The notion that engagement is driven primarily by good or bad management is outdated and often shrouded in misunderstanding.
  • 30
  • Nov
The Namibia Stock Exchange listed ICT Infrastructure Company; Nimbus plans to spread its wings into neighbouring countries.
  • 30
  • Nov
Chinese communications giant, Huawei, says it wants to bring the latest technologies, including 5G, to Namibia.
  • 30
  • Nov
The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) is still waiting for the Namibia Post and Telecommunications Holdings (NPTH) to pronounce itself on how it intends to sale shares in MTC before making a move, CEO, David Nuyoma,
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