Business (616)

  • 24
  • Nov
As first reported by the Windhoek Observer in May,
  • 24
  • Nov
MTC announced this week that its academy had trained 14 new employees in customer service.
  • 24
  • Nov
Oryx Properties CEO, Carel Fourie, has resigned from his post, just months after he was appointed.
  • 24
  • Nov
Namibians must find innovative ways of overcoming the current economic challenges, Executive Chairman of the  O&L Group, Sven Thieme, said this week.
  • 24
  • Nov
Capricorn Group has scooped the Regional Company Award at the Annual Integrated Reporting Awards of 2017, hosted by Chartered Secretaries Southern Africa in partnership with the JSE Limited at a recent ceremony held in Johannesburg,
  • 24
  • Nov
In view of the downgrading of Namibia’s credit rating to junk status by ratings agencies, Fitch and Moody’s, the Windhoek Observer’s Chamwe Kaira (CK) asked well-known African economist, Carlos Lopes (CL) about what this means for Namibia.
  • 24
  • Nov
The downgrading of Namibia to sub-investment grade by Fitch, had been expected since early 2016, investment analysts, Cirrus Capital, said this week.
  • 24
  • Nov
Cabinet has approved the listing of mobile operator, MTC, on the Namibian Stock Exchange (NSX), the Ministry of Public Enterprises (MPE) confirmed this week.
  • 17
  • Nov
B2Gold’s Otjikoto Mine near Otjiwarongo produced a quarterly record of 55,151 ounces of gold in the third quarter of 2017,
  • 17
  • Nov
The Road Fund Administration (RFA) has announced that it will need N$13 billion for road infrastructure projects to meet targets contained in its five-year business plan, which will be launched in April 2018.

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