Business (574)

  • 07
  • Jul
The Namibian Academy for Tourism and Hospitality (NATH), which was formally launched as an Article 21 Company in August 1994, trains primarily tour guides to provide top-level services to all who visit the Land of the Brave.  
  • 07
  • Jul
The stock of foreign reserves declined moderately at the end of May to N$25,4 billion compared to N$25,7 billion in April, the Bank of Namibia announced this week.
  • 07
  • Jul
The Retirement Fund for Local Authorities and Utility Services in Namibia (RFLAUN) has grown its portfolio to N$4 billion, Principal Officer of the fund, Dorian Amwaandangi, said this week.
  • 07
  • Jul
Shell Namibia Upstream BV, which is planning deep water oil exploration offshore of southern Namibia, says it prefers Lüderitz as its logistics base due to its closeness to the licence area, according to a draft scoping report released this week.
  • 07
  • Jul
Tenants at Wernhil Park Mall in Windhoek are set to extend shopping hours beginning of October to 18h00 during weekdays and to 15h00 during weekends, in a bid to weather competition from other malls, Broll Namibia Managing Director, Marco Wenk, said this week.
  • 07
  • Jul
Langer Heinrich has allayed fears that placing its mother company, Paladin Energy, under administration would have a damaging effect on the Erongo-based uranium miner.
  • 30
  • Jun
Green Enterprise Solutions is a 100 percent Namibian owned information and communication technology (ICT) company that offers tailor-made services such as software development, mobile application development and data centre technologies, networking, cyber security, storage and integration, as well as managed services.
  • 30
  • Jun
Diamond producer, Namdeb Holdings, increased its production by six percent to 472,000 carats in the first quarter of this year, parent company Anglo American said in a recently released report.
  • 30
  • Jun
 
Meatco’s revenue for the 2016 financial year dropped by 6,2 percent to N$1,69 billion, weighed down mainly by the reduced number of cattle slaughtered south of the Veterinary Cordon Fence, which declined by 21,7 percent compared to the previous year due to the effects of drought.
  • 30
  • Jun
Namibia’s largest commercial property developers have expressed mixed views on the impact of the current economic challenges facing the country on their businesses.

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