Business (616)

  • 17
  • Nov
The Private Public Partnership (PPP) conference held in Windhoek last week revealed that Namibia will have to invest at least six percent of its GDP into power generation infrastructure to reach international benchmark levels.
  • 17
  • Nov
Financial services group, Trustco, was recently voted as one of the best performing companies on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange (JSE) after delivering sustainable growth for its shareholders over the years.
  • 15
  • Nov

Marco Fishing (Pty) Ltd (Marco) and its partner, Mekarilakha Fishing (Pty) Ltd, are currently working on expansion plans for their Lüderitz factory at a cost of N$10 million.

  • 10
  • Nov
Actis, the investor in growth markets across Africa, Asia and Latin America has announced that it will be providing US$100,000 in sponsorship for two Honoris United Universities’ graduates to complete a postgraduate qualification at the world’s leading educational establishments.
  • 10
  • Nov
As marketing trends continue to evolve, with companies trying to get to grips with the changes, the Windhoek Observer (WO) caught up with Multichoice Namibia Marketing Manager, Abbelene Boer (AB) who gave her view of the sector and reflected on her professional journey and experiences.
  • 10
  • Nov
Frans du Toit has stepped down as a director of the Capricorn Group after 19 years, but will continue to serve as non-executive director of Bank Windhoek, the group’s cash cow.
  • 10
  • Nov
The Namibian Competition Commission (NaCC) last week held a public hearing on the acquisition of Samba Dutchco B.V’s 34 percent stake in MTC by the State-owned Namibian Post and Telecom Holdings Limited (NPTH
  • 10
  • Nov
The Government and officials from Moody’s Investors Service this week held talks on Namibia’s credit rating during which,
  • 10
  • Nov
The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) says its pension contributions will not be affected by the current economic down turn, which has seen Government freeze recruitments.
  • 10
  • Nov
The Government has set in motion plans to partially list some of its ailing commercial enterprises by next year, Minister of Finance, Calle Schlettwein, has said.

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