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  • 29
  • Mar
In an effort to save that extra dollar, many of us decide on taking in a roommate or take on the responsibility of shared accommodation.
  • 29
  • Mar
Australian Stock Exchange listed Cazaly Resources Limited  has acquired an option to earn the rights to a 95 percent equity interest in the Kaoko Kobalt project which is primarily prospecting for copper-cobalt mineralisation.
  • 29
  • Mar
German speaking households on average have a level of consumption that is 28 times higher than Khoisan speaking households, the latest Namibia Household Income and Expenditure Survey (NHIES) has revealed.
  • 29
  • Mar
Namibian lithium developer and lithium concentrate producer, Desert Lion Energy Inc, has already found a market for its products in China, through Chinese firm, Jiangxi Jinhui Lithium.
  • 29
  • Mar
Chinese investment in Namibia has reached N$76,8 billion over the past 28 years, statistics released by the Association of Chinese Enterprises in Namibia showed this week.
  • 23
  • Mar
With Public Relations and Marketing becoming key functions in organisations, the Windhoek Observer (WO) this week caught up with Margaret Kalo (MK) to discuss her views on the professions, her career and what is expected for one to successfully carryout the roles.
  • 23
  • Mar
Namibia’s trade deficit narrowed by 18 percent or N$5,5 billion in 2017 to reach N$24 billion compared to N$29 billion recorded in 2016, the Namibia Statistics Agency’s 2017 trade statistics figures show.
  • 23
  • Mar
The Windhoek Observer’s Business Journalist, Chamwe Kaira (CK) sat down with NamPost CEO, Festus Hangula (FH), for an interview that focused on NamPost Savings Bank, a unit of Nampost Limited.
  • 23
  • Mar
Weatherly International, which runs copper mines in Namibia, announced this week that it could default on loan repayments of N$238 million.
  • 23
  • Mar
The chaotic tax record keeping at Inland Revenue is impacting on attempts by government to successfully implement an incentive programme to recover billions government says it is owed in outstanding tax.

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