Business (602)

  • 08
  • Sep
South Africa, Namibia’s biggest trading partner, pulled out of a technical recession at the end of the second quarter, the country’s official statistics agency announced on Tuesday.
  • 08
  • Sep
Namibia Wildlife Resorts’ (NWR) new strategic business plan will not be funded by Treasury, the Windhoek Observer has established.
  • 01
  • Sep
Leading medical aid fund, Namibia Medical Care (NMC), has launched a revamped website and mobile application aimed at creating value through focus interaction, delivering on member expectations and that of other key stakeholders.
  • 01
  • Sep
Local firm, Ark Industries Namibia has signed a Public Private Partnership agreement with the Ondangwa Town Council for the construction of a 5MW power plant using Anearobic Digestion (AD)/Biomas and Combined Heat and Power Technology.
  • 01
  • Sep
A local company, Brake Trading, which holds prospecting rights over two exclusive prospecting licences (EPLs), is planning to open an iron ore mine east of Windhoek, according to documents seen by the Windhoek Observer.
  • 01
  • Sep
Tax experts have welcomed the decision by Finance Minister, Calle Schlettwein, to leave tax rates unchanged in the short term, saying such a move will act as a stimulant to the ailing economy.
  • 01
  • Sep
State energy company, Namcor, says it is still waiting for Mines and Energy Minister, Obeth Kandjoze, to decide on its request to be given back the 50 percent fuel import mandate which was revoked in 2010 after the company became technically insolvent.
  • 01
  • Sep
An analyst from Simonis Storm Securities say Letshego Holdings Namibia’s (LNH) planned listing on the Namibian Stock Exchange is expected to attract interest from institutional investors.
  • 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.

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