Business (574)

  • 25
  • Aug
MTN Business Namibia has launched its Partner Programme, an initiative that will enable local and global ICT service providers to become part of the telecommunications company’s products and solutions offering.
  • 25
  • Aug
The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) says there is no link between its recent sanctioning of VBS Bank and the missing N$200 million invested in the bank by SME Bank.
  • 25
  • Aug
Namibia is now more vulnerable to external shocks than before, due to limited monetary and fiscal policy space, an analysis of the economy by IJG Securities has revealed.
  • 25
  • Aug
Loss-making national carrier, Air Namibia, announced this week plans to add the Lagos and Accra route to its network, effective 25 March, 2018, despite pressure from the ministries of public enterprises and finance to scrap some of its routes.
  • 25
  • Aug
The Capricorn Group, the holding company of Bank Windhoek, says the balance sheet strength of new shareholder, the Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF), will bolster the group, which now has liquid assets valued at N$1 billion.
  • 18
  • Aug
PowerCom, the infrastructure arm of Telecom Namibia, was recently awarded a Class Network Facilities Telecommunications Service licence by the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN).
  • 18
  • Aug
Deep Yellow says it’s still pursuing plans to develop a uranium mine in the Erongo region, 12 years after its founding, amid concerns that the company is just speculating on the Australian Stock Exchange, with no mining intentions.
  • 18
  • Aug
The country’s foreign reserves will in the long term be sustained by Government’s current fiscal consolidation efforts, central bank Deputy Governor, Ebson Uanguta, said this week.
  • 18
  • Aug
Finance Minister, Calle Schlettwein, says Government has no immediate plans to raise funds on the international markets.
  • 18
  • Aug
Last week’s decision by Moody’s to downgrade Namibia’s international credit rating position to sub-investment grade or junk status will have no repayment impact on the Eurobond listed on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange or the N$3 billion loan from the African Development Bank,

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