Business (619)

  • 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.
  • 26
  • May
Berry Buzz Namibia is a company that was started 10 years ago by Allan le Hane after he set out to provide the dietary needs of his family, particularly his wife, who had dietary desires for products that were not readily available on the local market.
  • 26
  • May
Mobile telecommunications company, MTC, has justified the recently announced 7 percent tariff adjustment, saying it was necessitated by the rising cost of doing business over the years.
  • 26
  • May
The Business and Intellectual Property Authority (BIPA), which will become fully operational at the beginning of next month, will result in new company registrations taking just a day to process instead of the previous 14 days, the authority’s Chief Legal and Company Secretary, Vivienne Katjiuonga has said.
  • 26
  • May
Diversified financial services group, Capricorn Investment Group, has spent a total of N$428 million to increase stakes in Capricorn Investment Holdings Botswana and Cavmont Capital Holdings, the Group’s Chief Financial Officer, Jaco Esterhuyse, told the Windhoek Observer this week.
  • 26
  • May
The Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) plans to issue a N$300 million debut bond on the Namibia Stock Exchange (NSX) between July and August, Chief Executive Officer Martin Inkumbi has said.

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