Business (574)

  • 11
  • Aug
Headway Consulting was formed in 2011 by Jan Coetzee, who also serves as the company’s managing director.
  • 11
  • Aug
International loans received for budget deficit financing helped boost the level of the country’s international reserves to N$28,5 billion in June from N$25,4 billion in May, statistics released by the Bank of Namibia this week showed.
“The increase in the level of reserves is mainly due to an inflow of international loans received for budget deficit financing,” the central bank said in a report.
  • 11
  • Aug
City Lodge Hotel Group plans to open Town Lodge Windhoek next month after an N$138 million investment by the hospitality group.
  • 11
  • Aug
Pupkewitz Holdings Proprietary has acquired a 50 percent stake in Kaap Agri Bedryf Limited for an undisclosed amount.
  • 11
  • Aug
MTN Business Namibia is set to shake up the local telecommunications market in the coming weeks with the planned launch of voice products targeting SMEs and the corporate sector, amid a scheduled entry into the lucrative mobile phone market.
  • 04
  • Aug
De Beers, which owns a 50 percent stake in Namdeb Holdings, last week released its first half production figures which showed a 17 percent increase in production to 900,000 carats compared to 700,000 carats in the first half of 2016.
  • 04
  • Aug
Private equity fund manager, Eos Capital, says it’s hoping to announce two more deals before the end of the year, Chief Investment Officer, Ekkehard Friedrich, told the Windhoek Observer in an interview this week.
  • 04
  • Aug
Airtime City, a unit of the Westair Group, has taken up the void left by the suspension last month of a vending agreement between MultiChoice Namibia and MobiPay, by launching a competing product.
  • 04
  • Aug
Vukile Property Fund says its portfolio in Northern Namibia has been affected by the perennial drought and the slowdown in cross border trade with Angola.
  • 28
  • Jul
Standard Bank Chief Executive, Junius Mungunda (JM), recently returned from a two-month study leave in the United States of America.

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