Business (574)

  • 09
  • Jun
Air Namibia has asked to be given until the end of this month to produce a detailed financial report of its performance on the Windhoek-Frankfurt route, Works and Transport Permanent Secretary, Willem Goeiemann, said this week.
  • 09
  • Jun
The Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG) has welcomed the proposed One-Stop Border Posts Control Bill, which is currently being debated in Parliament, saying if passed, it will reduce border clearance time between Namibia and its neighbours.
  • 09
  • Jun
Namibia Stock Exchange-listed private equity firm, Stimulus Investments, is in discussion with potential buyers to offload its Joe’s Beerhouse property portfolio, Chief Executive Officer, Josephat Mwatotele, has said.
  • 02
  • Jun
Almod Diamonds Namibia says plans are underway to set up a diamond jewellery retail shop at its premises in Windhoek.
  • 02
  • Jun
The Road Fund Administration (RFA) was early this year forced to dig deeper into its reserves to help out the Government with N$320 million at the height of a cash crunch, which saw treasury introduce austerity measures across ministries, public offices and agencies, the Windhoek Observer has established. 
  • 02
  • Jun
Coming from a previously disadvantaged background did not stop Abisai Nambahu and Ashipala Uushona from establishing a multi-disciplinary engineering consulting firm, Dunamis Consulting Engineers and Project Managers, in 2013.
  • 02
  • Jun
Telecom Namibia this week launched a new N$6 million base station at Chinchimane in the Sibbinda Constituency, situated some 70km west of the regional capital, Katima Mulilo.
  • 02
  • Jun
Moody’s Investors Service (Moody’s) is concerned about the possibility of further fiscal slippage, following a sizeable N$6,3 billion shortfall in total revenue in the 2016/17 financial year and the adverse effects this could have on the government’s debt-servicing costs.
  • 02
  • Jun
Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF), through its newly established Internal Treasury Unit, has invested in excess of N$8 billion in Government paper, Board of Trustees Chairman, Goms Menette, said this week.
  • 02
  • Jun
Namibia Stock Exchange-listed property concern, Oryx Properties Limited, has announced its intention to double the size of its current portfolio in the medium term.

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