Business (574)

  • 29
  • Mar
Bank Windhoek, in collaboration with Microsoft, hosted 50 local entrepreneurs for a one-day seminar dedicated to knowledge sharing, quality networking and celebrating the spirit of innovation.
  • 29
  • Mar
Old Mutual has donated N$385,000 through the Dare to Care Disaster Relief Campaign to drought-stricken farmers.
  • 29
  • Mar
After years of negotiations and inspections, Meatco has finally exported its first consignment of beef to China.
The beef processor which now has access to the lucrative Asian market, exported 22 tons as part of the first batch to be delivered to Mr Di Guangtao of Beijing Central Key Trading. 
  • 25
  • Mar
Vocational education is the answer to the country’s high unemployment challenge, particularly youth unemployment, Standard Bank Head of Marketing, Communications and CSI, Magreth Mengo, said recently at the launch of the 2019 National Skills Competition in Windhoek.
  • 25
  • Mar
Billions of dollars will be required to address the devastating impact of the drought on the country’s farming community, the Namibia Emerging Commercial Farmer's Union (NECFU) has predicted.
  • 25
  • Mar
Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL), a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group, remains tight lipped about the future of its much-hyped locally produced beer, King Lager, amid indications from insiders the brand is struggling to make traction in the highly competitive beer market.
  • 15
  • Mar
As government moves ahead to finalise the New Equitable Economic Empowerment Framework (NEEEF) draft bill, the Namibia Stock Exchange (NSX) says it supports the push for Namibian participation at shareholder level of foreign companies.
  • 15
  • Mar
Payment card fraud has been around for as long as payment cards exit. Initially cards were stolen and used at Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) and shop check-outs or counterfeit cards were created. As a result, banks have traditionally advised customers to protect their Personal Identification Number (PIN) at all costs.
  • 15
  • Mar
Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM) held its 7th Sulphur and Sulphuric Acid Conference in Swakopmund.
  • 15
  • Mar
Sanlam last week handed over six bursaries to young deserving Namibians as part of its corporate social responsibility initiative.
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