Business (590)

  • 16
  • Jun
Continued recession in South Africa could affect Southern African Customs Union  (SACU) receipts, Namibia’s export revenue and the country’s tourism sector, Bank of Namibia Governor, Iipumbu Shiimi, warned this week.
  • 16
  • Jun
The country’s real estate sector, in particular the residential property segment, which was previously propped up by cash-flush Angolans, has taken a hit, resulting in fewer buyers negotiating prices downwards, experts said this week.
  • 09
  • Jun
Watermeyer Mining and Construction, a subsidiary of Trustco Group Holdings, (TGH) has rebranded to Trustco Construction Services (TCS) and has also enhanced the value and productivity of its fleet with over N$20 million worth of new construction equipment.
  • 09
  • Jun
ActionCOACH Business Coaching is a franchise company operating locally, started four years ago by Francois Smith as a means to assist both established companies and small enterprises to work more efficiently as well as boost their profit margins.
  • 09
  • Jun
South African retailer, The Crazy Store, plans to open its 12th store in Namibia in Walvis Bay, MD Kevin Lennett, told the Windhoek Observer this week.
  • 09
  • Jun
The Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) has welcomed the introduction of an export levy on raw minerals, fish and forestry products, which came into effect last week in a bid by Government to encourage value addition of Namibian resources.
  • 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.

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