Business (445)

  • 21
  • Sep
Communication Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) plans to regulate postal services including those provided by NamPost, CRAN CEO, Festus Mbandeka, confirmed this week. 
  • 21
  • Sep
Insurance companies reinsured N$264 million outside Namibia last year, according to the 2017 Annual Report of the Namibia National Reinsurance Corporation Limited (NamibRe).
  • 21
  • Sep
Telecom Namibia has posted a positive bottom line for the first time in four years, the company’s Annual Report for the year ended 30 September 2017 show.
  • 21
  • Sep
The corporate governance landscape has changed so much that company directors may end up in prison if they fail in their duties, a governance expert said this week in Windhoek.
  • 21
  • Sep
State-owned railway operator, TransNamib, is considering the merits of transporting manganese from South Africa’s Northern Cape mines by rail for export via the port of Luderitz.
  • 21
  • Sep
Beer maker, Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL), is considering setting up a plant outside Namibia and South Africa from where it can export its products to its growing African markets. 
  • 14
  • Sep
Ino Harith Capital is one of 17 licensed, Namibian owned and run, unlisted investment managers currently operating in the country.
  • 14
  • Sep
Turbulent times and economic hardships are on the forefront of discussion in both the private and public sectors. 
  • 14
  • Sep
Namibia Plastics, which is expected to start operating within the next few months, says it is unmoved by the introduction of a levy on plastic carrier bags and ban on the importation and domestic production of plastic bags containing Carbonic Acid Calcium Salt.
  • 14
  • Sep
China’s recent US$60 billion pledge to Africa is the topic of discussion across the continent from Angola to Zimbabwe, with many expressing fear that the Asian economic powerhouse’s quest for natural resources and the no conditions attached loans it’s offering will result in the continent being debt trapped.
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