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  • 13
  • Oct
International Base Metals Limited (IBML), the Australian based holding company of Craton Mining and Exploration (CME), which owns the Omitiomire copper deposit near Windhoek, is confident that mining operations will start ‘soon’,
  • 13
  • Oct
The luxurious Strand Hotel in Swakopmund celebrated its second anniversary this week with more than 100 guests attending a seaside patio function at the Brewer & Butcher restaurant overlooking the Mole.
  • 13
  • Oct
The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) has so far disbursed N$4,7 billion out of the N$12 billion it has committed to asset managers of unlisted investments in the country.
  • 13
  • Oct
Conflict of interest allegations have been raised against the Namibian Stock Exchange (NSX) Chief Executive Officer, Tiaan Bazuin, after it emerged that he is a director of Paratus Group, a company which is significantly invested in newly-listed company, Nimbus Infrastructure Limited.
  • 06
  • Oct
The race to reduce the segment of the population that has no access to financial services hit high speed this week with the launch of the fourth Namibia Financial Inclusion Survey by the Bank of Namibia, Finmark Trust of South Africa and the Namibia Statistics Agency.
  • 06
  • Oct
The Ministry of Mines and Energy has granted Bannerman Resources Limited a Mineral Deposit Retention Licence with a five-year extendable term over its 95 percent owned Etango Uranium Project.
  • 06
  • Oct
As first reported by the Windhoek Observer in July Tarah Shaanika’s 15-year-old love affair with the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) came to an end this week.
  • 06
  • Oct
The Bank of Namibia has made significant progress towards the implementation of Basel III Capital Adequacy Standards in Namibia.
  • 06
  • Oct
Simonis Storm Securities (Simonis) said it is surprised that Letshego Holdings was unable to raise at least 50 percent of its Initial Public Offering (IPO) value.
  • 06
  • Oct
The Equipment Aid Scheme under the Ministry of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development, has been hit by budget cuts, just like many other Government programmes in recent months.

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