NCCI moves ahead with Fish Expo plans

The country’s biggest business grouping, the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI), is moving ahead with its plans to host the country’s premier fishing sector event, the Namibia International Fishing Expo.

Mwiya impresses at NCCI

Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) Acting Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Charity Mwiya, is likely to land the position in a permanent capacity,

Remove bottlenecks to achieve SDGs targets - NCCI

Namibia needs to remove bottlenecks that make it difficult for the private sector to create wealth, the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) has said.

Tempers flare in Namibia,Zambia timber dispute

A customs dispute which has left about 70 Namibian drivers and 200 trucks loaded with timber stranded in Zambia for close to six months may turn ugly after the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) threatened to take unspecified action against trucks from the neighbouring country using the Port of Walvis Bay.

Govt owes NCCI members N$500 million

The Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) has claimed that its members are owed in excess of N$500 million by Government in unpaid invoices for services rendered or goods supplied.

NCCI Chief Executive Officer, Tarah Shaanika, this week appealed to the Government to prioritise the payment of all outstanding debt owed to businesses or risk company closures and further job losses. Shaanika claimed that some of their members were either being liquidated or were at risk of being liquidated because of Government’s delay in payment, while some members were finding it difficult to continue operating at the same level as before because of Government’s budget cuts.

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