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  • Mar

Standard Bank strongly support the measures that have been announced as necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the lives of our clients and fellow citizens.

  • 28
  • Feb
MTC has announced the completion of phase one of the 081Every1 network project, and the commencement of phase two which kicked off at the beginning of February.
  • 28
  • Feb
Debmarine Namibia last year contributed N$1.9 billion to government coffers in the form of mineral royalties and company tax, while N$3.9 billion was paid out to the providers of good and services.
  • 21
  • Feb
With reputation of being a major importer of products and services, Namibia has also witnessed the emergence of 100% Namibian owned companies that have managed to build strong reputations and expertise in various sectors of the economy. In the construction sector, one such company is OTESA Civil Engineering (Pty) Ltd and below is extract from an interview with its recently appointed Managing Director, Schalk van Niekerk.
  • 21
  • Feb
After 18 years of negotiations, Meatco was finally given the go ahead to start beef exports to the United States.
This comes after the meat processor meet all the requirements of the US Department of Agriculture and the US Food Safety and Inspection Services and was able to send its first shipment of 25 tons of chilled beef to Philadelphia on Wednesday.
  • 21
  • Feb
Namport eyes closer cooperation with the strategic Port of Dunkirk in France, which sits at the heart of the Brussels-London-Paris triangle.
  • 21
  • Feb
In a move that is expected to bring much needed relief to indebted Namibian households and companies, the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of Namibia (BoN) decided to cut the Repo rate by 25 basis points to 6.25 percent.
  • 14
  • Feb
Hard work pays off, so the old saying goes. However, when it comes to starting your own business, sometimes-hard work alone is not enough and entrepreneurs need a little helping hand.
  • 14
  • Feb
The FirstRand Namibia Foundation has donated equipment valued at N$92 000 to the Okakarara Vocational Training Centre (OVTC).
  • 14
  • Feb
White Metal Resources, Luxury Investments One Hundred and Ninety-Two, Kalahari Copper and Newco Management Team of South Africa have signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding to work together on examining small-scale production possibilities in Namibia.
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