Business (602)

  • 10
  • May
Bank Windhoek has become the first local Bank to introduce the Hey Jude App to the Namibian market.
  • 10
  • May
Business Intelligence Africa (BIA) recently conducted an online Customer Satisfaction Survey of existing FNB customers using international benchmark standards.
  • 10
  • May
Namibia and South Africa-focussed mining company, AfriTin Mining, announced the conclusion of an electrical power supply agreement for its mining and processing facility at the Uis Mine on Wednesday, as part of the first phase pilot plant project.
  • 10
  • May
Rössing Uranium Limited says outlook for the uranium sector still remains uncertain with miners continuing to contain costs as Chinese nuclear plans remain key to the possible recovery of the sector.
  • 03
  • May
With the upcoming public holidays, some of us might wake up to last-minute getaways with family and friends.
  • 03
  • May
More than N$150 million is required to implement the Country Programming Framework (CPF) covering t 2019-2023, the Agriculture minister, Alpheus !Naruseb has revealed.
  • 26
  • Apr
The Chamber of Mines of Namibia is celebrating its golden jubilee this year, marking 50 years of excellence and dedicated service to Namibia’s mining industry, from its inception in 1969 to 2019.
  • 26
  • Apr
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) says it still has to resort to outsourcing complex investigations involving financial matters due to continued lack of internal capacity.
  • 18
  • Apr
With the cost of medical services continuing to sky rocket amid allegations of over servicing and fraudulent claims by medical practitioners, the Windhoek Observer (WO) engaged the Chief Executive Officer of the Namibian Association of Medical Aid Funds (NAMAF) Stephen Tjiuoro (ST),
  • 18
  • Apr
The construction, hotel and restaurant sectors are expected to drive the domestic economy recovery in 2019, with the country’s GDP projected to grow by 0,3 percent, latest figures from the Bank of Namibia show.
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