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  • 22
  • 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.  There are five graduates from recognized universities accepted from over 200 applications.
  • 22
  • Nov
NamPost and KfW Development Bank signed a concessional loan agreement of N$325.02 million (EUR 20.0 million) to provide micro-loans to micro-, small- and medium-sized companies and households in rural and remote areas via NamPost subsidiary PostFin.
  • 15
  • Nov
Hansie van der Merwe is an exceptional horticulture farmer who has demonstrated at a commercial level that a farmer does not necessarily need huge tracts of land to farm cost-effectively.
  • 15
  • Nov
The Ministry of Finance has gazetted regulations lowering the deposit that second time homeowners can make on a mortgage bond as it seeks to spur the country’s property market which has struggled for over the past two years due to falling rentals and housing prices.
  • 08
  • Nov
The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) forecasts to pay out N$ 5,2 billion in benefits and monthly annuities during the 2019/20 financial year, Chief Executive officer, David Nuyoma said.
  • 08
  • Nov
MTN Business Namibia has announced the launched its LTE (4G) service at the coast, as the telecommunications company moves ahead with its network expansion.
The move by the telecommunication company brings a faster and reliable internet connection for its customers in Swakopmund and Walvis Bay.
  • 01
  • Nov

Namibia has endured a seemingly longer dry spell, and many farmers label it as the hardest season compared to the previous ones, particularly since 2012/2013 season.

  • 01
  • Nov

The Roads Authority (RA) and beleaguered government-owned contractor, Road Contractor Company (RCC) finally signed a memorandum of agreement (MoA) this week, which is expected to facilitate the implementation of a cabinet directive on how the two entities should work together.

  • 01
  • Nov

Bank of Namibia (BoN) Deputy Governor, Ebson Uanguta been appointed as the interim Commissioner of the Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRa).

  • 25
  • Oct
The US government is stepping up efforts to break China’s dominance over supplies of critical minerals for a range of modern life’s aspects, including electric vehicles (EVs), green technologies and military applications by launching a plan to boost lithium, cobalt and rare earths mining across the globe.
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