Business (628)

  • 12
  • May
The University of Namibia (UNAM) is in the process of establishing a holding company to take advantage of commercial ventures initiated by the university.
UNAM’s Public Relations Officer, Simon Namesho, said in an interview that the purpose of establishing the company is to advance the mission of the university and to competitively seek to exploit and leverage research outputs and business opportunities for the university that will diversify and supplement its revenue base. 
  • 12
  • May
Trading volumes on the Namibian Stock Exchange (NSX) dropped to N$14 billion last year compared to N$17 billion the previous year, the exchange’s 2016 annual report has revealed.
  • 12
  • May
The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor) is set to launch a new corporate identity before the end of this year, the company’s managing director has said.
In an interview with the Windhoek Observer this week, Namcor Managing Director, Immanuel Mulunga, said the rebranding exercise, which will cost around N$10 million, has already been approved by the company’s board.
  • 05
  • May
African carriers’ posted the largest year-on-year increase in demand of all regions in March with freight volumes growing 33,5 percent, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said this week.
  • 05
  • May
The latest Bank of Namibia Money and Banking Statistics report paints a gloomy picture for Namibia’s financial sector, with a decline in foreign reserves, and slow growth recorded in money supply and private credit extension.
  • 05
  • May
Entrepreneurial passion has driven Maria Tulonga into manufacturing and today her company, Embrace Namibia Enterprise, is the first of its kind in Namibia.
Embrace Namibia Enterprise is a chalk manufacturing company based in Okahandja founded in December 2015 by Tulonga Nikodemus but only started operating during 2016.
  • 05
  • May
In May last year, the government and De Beers signed a new 10-year sales agreement for the sorting, valuing and sales of Namdeb Holdings’ diamonds. The sales agreement is the longest ever signed between the two partners.
  • 05
  • May
The macro-prudential policy in the form of loan-to-value (LTV) regulation, implemented in March this year, is likely to contribute to reduced concentration risk for commercial banks, as well as promote preferential access to housing for first-time buyers, Bank of Namibia (BoN) says.
  • 05
  • May
FNB Namibia is estimated to have paid around N$300 million to acquire, Pointbreak and EBank, estimates and calculations by IJG Securities have shown.
The total purchase consideration has yet to be disclosed but IJG estimated it to be in the region of N$300 million.
  • 28
  • Apr

Tuna stocks in Namibian waters are on a rapid decline, a development that has been attributed to oil and gas exploration activities close to fishing grounds, the Windhoek Observer has learned.

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