Business (585)

  • 06
  • Oct
The Ministry of Mines and Energy has granted Bannerman Resources Limited a Mineral Deposit Retention Licence with a five-year extendable term over its 95 percent owned Etango Uranium Project.
  • 06
  • Oct
As first reported by the Windhoek Observer in July Tarah Shaanika’s 15-year-old love affair with the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) came to an end this week.
  • 06
  • Oct
The Bank of Namibia has made significant progress towards the implementation of Basel III Capital Adequacy Standards in Namibia.
  • 06
  • Oct
Simonis Storm Securities (Simonis) said it is surprised that Letshego Holdings was unable to raise at least 50 percent of its Initial Public Offering (IPO) value.
  • 06
  • Oct
The Equipment Aid Scheme under the Ministry of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development, has been hit by budget cuts, just like many other Government programmes in recent months.
  • 29
  • Sep
The Capricorn Group, whose flagship company, Bank Windhoek, is the second largest bank in Namibia after FNB, is looking for more partnerships.
  • 29
  • Sep
Namibia Breweries, which produces one of Namibia’s leading export brands, Windhoek Lager, says it has a long way to go before it can produce the beer from local barley.
  • 29
  • Sep
Finance Minister, Calle Schlettwein, has cut the country’s initial 2017 economic growth forecast of 2.5 percent down to 1.8 -2.3 percent after Namibia slipped into a technical recession in the second quarter.
  • 29
  • Sep
The NamPower Board was expected to decide this week whether or not the utility will sign a power purchase agreement with Arandis Power, a private company that is planning to set up a 120MW Heavy Fuel Oil power station in Arandis in the Erongo region.
  • 22
  • Sep
Afrorage is a Windhoek-based, family-owned business, which deals in natural hair treatments and healthy skin support products.

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