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  • 16
  • Feb
The Namibia Procurement Fund (Nampro Fund) has extended over N$1 billion in SME funding, Managing Director, Kauna Ndilula, has said.
  • 16
  • Feb
Namibia Stock Exchange (NSX) listed company Letshego Holdings Namibia, expects its profit after tax for the year ended 31 December 2017 to be 10 to 15 percent higher than 2016 and 8 to 12 percent higher than set out in its Initial Price Offering.
  • 16
  • Feb
The construction sector is likely to be spared from further ruin, amid indications that government will increase spending on capital projects in the 2018/19 budget which is expected to be tabled in Parliament before the end of the month.
  • 16
  • Feb
The Business and Intellectual Property Authority (BIPA) could rake in millions in collections from unpaid duties for the last six years from 165,779 registered companies.
  • 16
  • Feb
Government plans to unbundle power utility, NamPower, into generation, transmission and distribution units, the Windhoek Observer has established.
  • 12
  • Feb

Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) announced Monday that it will in May host 40 bikers from the Tshwane Legends Bikers Club (TLB) from Gauteng, South Africa on a nine-day tour of all the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA) countries.

  • 09
  • Feb
Namibia’s economic prospects for 2018 are brighter than two years ago and the economy is projected to emerge from a mild contraction experienced last year, Finance Minister, Calle Schlettwein, has said.
  • 09
  • Feb
FNB Namibia’s eWallet, a popular electronic money transfer service, has emerged costly compared to its peers in the highly lucrative mobile money segment.
  • 09
  • Feb
The N$4,2 billion expansion project at the Walvis Bay Port, which will see the construction of a new terminal on reclaimed land, has reached 76 percent.
  • 09
  • Feb
Namdia’s first annual report, which is expected to be tabled in Parliament this year, is expected to reveal that it has been selling its 15 percent allocation of diamonds produced by Namdeb Holdings for over and above De Beers selling book price.

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