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  • 09
  • Mar
A decade ago, Economist Martin Mwinga was a thorn in the flesh of government officials when it came to criticism on sustainable government spending.
  • 09
  • Mar
Financial services group, Letshego Holdings Namibia (LHN), expects investors to show more interest in the company’s shares after it recorded a 17 percent increase in after tax profit to N$385 million in the financial year ended 31 December 2017.
  • 05
  • Mar
As the role of public relations practitioners continue to evolve in organisations, the Windhoek Observer (WO) caught up with Ashanti Manetti (AM), Public Relations, Corporate Social Responsibility and Stakeholder Officer at Namib Mills  to talk about her role, career and her goals.
  • 05
  • Mar
The One Economy Foundation, the brain child of First Lady, Monica Geingos, launched its One Nation Fund at the Soweto Market’s pyramid in Katutura, Windhoek on Wednesday.
  • 05
  • Mar
Stefan Hugo’s loss to the tax industry is a big gain for the broadcasting industry.
  • 05
  • Mar
Public Enterprises Minister, Leon Jooste, says State-owned companies will now be expected to pay civil servants who serve on their boards, following a legal opinion from the Attorney General’s (AG) Office.
  • 05
  • Mar
The inclusion of the Chinese currency, Yuan, to the Bank of Namibia’s (BoN) mix of international reserves is offering the bank a competitive risk-adjusted return linked to the currency’s higher yields and low correlation to other currencies,
  • 23
  • Feb
Namibians can expect alcohol and tobacco duties to increase by 6 -10 percent when Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein, tables the 2018/19 budget next week.
  • 23
  • Feb
A planned iron ore mine east of Windhoek has a potential lifespan of 40 years with an annual crushed ore stockpile capacity of 400 000 tons per annum, documents seen by the Windhoek Observer this week revealed.
  • 23
  • Feb
Bank Windhoek recently hosted an information session on Bitcoin and its supporting blockchain technology, which was attended by 400 people.

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WINDHOEK OBSERVER

The Windhoek Observer is an English-language weekly newspaper, published in Namibia by Paragon Investment Holding. It is the country's oldest and largest circulating weekly.

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