Business (585)

  • 03
  • Nov
The 147-room Town Lodge Windhoek hotel was officially opened this week by the Minister of Environment and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta.
  • 03
  • Nov
Job opportunities and a wide selection of top retail shops are some of the plus points of the ultra-modern N$550 million Dunes Mall that was officially opened in Walvis Bay last week.
  • 03
  • Nov
Namibia’s ranking on the World Bank Group’s annual Ease of Doing Business Report has improved slightly to 106 in 2017 compared to 108 last year.
  • 03
  • Nov
Power utility, NamPower, has defended the slow pace at which all planned mega electricity projects are moving, saying the execution of projects such as Baynes and Kudu Gas are highly complex,
  • 03
  • Nov
The current legal impasse surrounding the ownership of the Witvlei Meat Plant between Agribank and Witvlei Meat Pty Ltd means that the meat processing and marketing company,
  • 03
  • Nov
The Southern Regional Electricity Distributer or SORED is expected to be operational by July 2018.
  • 27
  • Oct
The country’s biggest meat processing and marketing company, Meatco, says beef exports to the United States have been stalled pending labelling approval for its products.
  • 27
  • Oct
 
Namibia can earn more money from trophy hunting as it continues to promote itself as a sustainable hunting destination, president of Dallas Safari Club (DSC), Richard Cheatham, said in an interview this week.
  • 27
  • Oct
Namdeb Holdings production increased by 12 percent to 500,000 carats in the third quarter of this year, primarily because of higher mining rates from Debmarine Namibia’s Mafuta vessel,
  • 27
  • Oct
Central bank governor, Iipumbu Shiimi has urged the business community to take advantage of the current low interest rate environment to borrow money and invest.

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