Business (628)

  • 09
  • Feb
Namibia’s economic prospects for 2018 are brighter than two years ago and the economy is projected to emerge from a mild contraction experienced last year, Finance Minister, Calle Schlettwein, has said.
  • 09
  • Feb
FNB Namibia’s eWallet, a popular electronic money transfer service, has emerged costly compared to its peers in the highly lucrative mobile money segment.
  • 09
  • Feb
The N$4,2 billion expansion project at the Walvis Bay Port, which will see the construction of a new terminal on reclaimed land, has reached 76 percent.
  • 09
  • Feb
Namdia’s first annual report, which is expected to be tabled in Parliament this year, is expected to reveal that it has been selling its 15 percent allocation of diamonds produced by Namdeb Holdings for over and above De Beers selling book price.
  • 09
  • Feb
Minister of Public Enterprises, Leon Jooste, says that the proposed Windhoek-Hosea Kutako International Airport, Windhoek-Okahandja and Windhoek-Rehoboth commuter trains will not be viable projects for government to undertake.
  • 09
  • Feb

Namdeb, a 50/50 joint venture between the Namibian government and Anglo American’s diamond unit De Beers, has put the Elizabeth Bay Mine up for sale, a company spokeswoman said on Friday.

  • 02
  • Feb
Old Mutual Namibia says it remains focused on bringing financial services closer to its clients after the insurance company opened a branch at the Black Chain Shopping Centre in Katutura.
  • 02
  • Feb
MMI Holdings Namibia Group’s acquisition of a 70 percent stake in Quanta Insurance will allow it entry in the country’s short-term insurance sector.
  • 02
  • Feb
Mobile companies want the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) to speed up the implementation of number portability,
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  • Feb
The Financial Institutions Market Bill (Fim Bill), which is expected to be tabled in Parliament this year,

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