Business (672)

  • 23
  • Jun
Founding President Sam Nujoma says Namibia’s mineral resources must be used for the benefit of all Namibians.
  • 23
  • Jun
RMB Namibia says it was a proud witness to the recent official inauguration and naming of Debmarine’s sixth vessel, the SS Nujoma. RMB Namibia is a member of FNB Namibia group. 
  • 23
  • Jun
Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila has called on the mining industry to innovate in a bid to tackle the various socio-economic challenges facing the country.
  • 23
  • Jun
Former President Sam Nujoma was all smiles last week Thursday during the inauguration and naming ceremony of the sampling and exploration vessel, mv SS Nujoma at Walvis Bay.
  • 23
  • Jun
Namibia Stock Exchange-listed private equity firm, Stimulus Investments, is considering establishing a new venture capital fund, which will likely have a different mandate.
  • 23
  • Jun
The Hospitality Association of Namibia (HAN), which represents more than 400 members in the tourism and hospitality industry, has forecasted a 2-5 percent drop in arrivals from South Africa after the neighbouring country went into a recession in the first quarter of this year.
  • 16
  • Jun
Bank Windhoek this week announced the conclusion and signing of a facility to the value of 15 million euros with the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) that took place last week.
  • 16
  • Jun
Nedbank Namibia says it is in the middle of a three-phased rebranding exercise that focuses on staff empowerment and showcasing tailor-made products that will give its clients the best experience while setting the lender apart from other traditional banking institutions.
  • 16
  • Jun
Deputy Minister of Mines and Energy, Kornelia Shilunga, says Government alone will not be able to meet the Harambee Prosperity Plan goal of electrifying at least 50 percent of all rural schools and clinics in the country by 2020.
  • 16
  • Jun
Namibia’s steady economic growth and a ‘generous’ expenditure in the social sectors, has not generated enough jobs, resulting in a sluggish reduction in poverty, high inequality and high unemployment, a joint report released by the World Bank and the Namibia Statistics Agency, on Tuesday showed.

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