Business (619)

  • 19
  • Jul
With government taking a focus on SMEs to drive the growth and creating employment in the local economy, media personality and entrepreneur, Robyn Nakaambo says the recent opening of her Superlative Hair Boutique speaks to that narrative.
  • 19
  • Jul
The Ministry of Finance says only 90,000 tax payers have registered on its Integrated Tax Administration System (Itas) online tax portal from a targeted 700,000 since its launch in January this year.
  • 19
  • Jul
The Development bank of Namibia (DBN) says it has provided loans of N$297.3 million since it was given back its mandate of funding SMEs with an annual turnover of less than N$15 million, following the collapse of the SME Bank.
  • 12
  • Jul
The mind allows people to have awareness of their thoughts and emotions. People with positive mind-sets can contribute to a healthy society, its development and potentially, its economic progression, because a society with a healthy mind-set can positively shape a country’s future.
  • 12
  • Jul
Through an alliance with the Theart family, well-known in business circles in Namibia, and with a great deal of experience in the hospitality industry, BON Hotels will now expand its footprint across the country.
  • 12
  • Jul
Premier African Minerals and Cambrian have agreed to provide a strategic loan to MN Holdings (MNH), the owner and operator of the Otjozondu Manganese Mining Project in Namibia.
  • 12
  • Jul
TransNamib says it is excited about the business prospects for the company, should government move ahead with the implementation of its metro rail passenger service in Windhoek.
  • 05
  • Jul
Namibia Diamond Trading Company (NDTC) has ruled out the possibility of introducing diamond auctions in the sale of its products.
  • 05
  • Jul
Meatco producers are faced with imminent changes, amid speculation that the looming implementation of the Public Enterprises Governance Act (PEGA) could curtail their powers.
Meatco producers, through the Meatco Act, among other things enjoy rights such as deciding on the appointment of board members to serve on the company’s board, a process which has become contentious over the years.
  • 28
  • Jun
Parmalat SA has joined the growing list of companies embarking on restructuring that could leave hundreds of its workers in the distribution section of the company jobless.
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