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  • 07
  • Feb
Mobile operator MTC is planning to offer mobile money services, with the company’s plans said to be an advanced stage.
  • 24
  • Jan

GLOBAL Credit Rating Co (Pty) Ltd (GCR) recently upgraded Namibia National Reinsurance Corporation Limited’s (NamibRe) national scale financial strength rating to AA-(NA), from A+(NA), with an outlook which is the equivalent of ‘stable’.

  • 13
  • Dec
NAMBOB Funeral Solutions has entered into two additional partnership agreements with Metropolitan Namibia and Liberty Namibia, bringing to three agreements signed this year.
  • 06
  • Dec
Bank Windhoek was named Bank of the Year by leading Financial Times publication, The Banker.
  • 06
  • Dec
In line with the ethos of the MTN Group of making a meaningful impact in the markets that it operates in,MTN Namibia launched its inaugural Graduate Trainee Programme this year. 
  • 06
  • Dec
MTC has opened the first ICT Innovation Centre in Windhoek to test, build and showcase new business and consumer ICT applications.
  • 06
  • Dec
NAMBOB Funeral Solutions and Hollard Life Namibia have entered into a partnership agreement where NAMBOB will now provide Hollard’s funeral insurance policies to its highly esteemed customers, leveraging on both brands’ expertise.
  • 06
  • Dec
MTN Business Namibia says it’s still moving ahead with plans to launch a mobile network, after securing all the relevant regulatory approval.
“It has been two-and-a-half years in planning. We have recently changed our strategy in favour of additional control on our side.
  • 29
  • Nov
In line with the ethos of the MTN Group of making a meaningful impact in the markets that it operates in, MTN Namibia launched its inaugural Graduate Trainee Programme this year. 
  • 29
  • Nov
Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) says it continues to scout for investment opportunities in the country and to date has invested N$44.3 billion in the local and international markets through listed and unlisted investments.
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