Business (574)

  • 21
  • Jul
Prospective buyers have started expressing interest in taking over the troubled SME Bank, barely a week after the lender was placed under provisional liquidation, the Windhoek Observer has learned.
  • 14
  • Jul
Many people have lost valuable items such as national identity documents and academic qualifications, which sometimes take forever to replace.
  • 14
  • Jul
Honoris United Universities, the first pan-African higher private education network, was launched in London on Tuesday, with Luis Lopez appointed as its Chief Executive Officer.
  • 14
  • Jul
The Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) held a regional workshop on tourism’s economic contribution and funding possibilities in Swakopmund on 10-11 June 2017. 
  • 14
  • Jul
 
 Namib Poultry Industries (NPI) plans to import breeding parent stock for its chicken products from the Netherlands following an outbreak of the highly contagious H5N8 bird flu in South Africa, its primary source of parent stock.
  • 14
  • Jul
Food manufacturer and distribution company, Bokomo Namibia, has projected that the maize price will remain stable this year on account of a good harvest in the country and in neighbouring South Africa.
  • 14
  • Jul
Air Namibia says it is not losing sleep over the competition posed by the arrival of low-cost airline, Eurowings, which had its maiden flight on the Cologne/Bonn-Windhoek route on Wednesday.
  • 14
  • Jul
About 90 employees at the Food Lover’s Market store in the Windhoek Central Business District could be retrenched when the second phase of the proposed expansion of the Wernhil Park Mall starts next year, the fresh produce retailer announced this week.
  • 07
  • Jul
FNB Namibia Holdings on Wednesday launched Ashburton Investments, an asset management company, as the fourth pillar of its South African shareholder, FirstRand Group.
  • 07
  • Jul
Seven years ago, Selma Jonas started a tourism business called Namibia Express Travel Tours and Information Centre that is registered with the Namibia Tourism Board as a booking agent.

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