Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) announced this week that 111 new sites are scheduled to go live by the end of March when phase one of the 081Every1 project is expected to be complete.
Farm workers get N$3,400 a month on average, according to a Wage Survey Report published by the Agricultural Employers’ Association (AEA) this week.
The survey represents data of 3,288 employees.
You can bust the current economic depression in your own small way, every single day.
Rather than cut things completely out of your budget during these tough economic times, rather…cut back.
If a full blown economic depression in Namibia is not enough to make the president curtail foreign travel that does not specifically bring back short-term investment or donor assistance, we are at a loss to know what will.
In the modern era, the job market is fast and competitive and opportunities come in a blink of an eye. If you are not ready to grasp them, it might take a while before another opportunity presents itself.
Quite often the chance to travel is dismissed when one considers the costs associated with it.
Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) Head of Marketing and Corporate Communication, Jerome Mutumba, says that as the economy begins to improve, entrepreneurs will find greater confidence to establish SMEs, and existing SMEs will seek finance to grow.
As the Namibian economy continues to navigate serious challenges; the knock-on effect on consumers is one of the main issues keeping new SMEs awake at night.