Business (506)

  • 14
  • Sep
China’s recent US$60 billion pledge to Africa is the topic of discussion across the continent from Angola to Zimbabwe, with many expressing fear that the Asian economic powerhouse’s quest for natural resources and the no conditions attached loans it’s offering will result in the continent being debt trapped.
  • 14
  • Sep
The Capricorn Group - the holding company of Bank Windhoek - says it has no immediate plans to invest in other countries in the region outside Namibia, Botswana and Zambia.
  • 07
  • Sep
Q: In terms of the regulation on the financial sector, what’s your take?
  • 07
  • Sep
The medical aid fund industry reported a net surplus in 2017 and remained well capitalised, the 2017 Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (Namfisa) annual report has revealed.
  • 07
  • Sep
Oryx Properties says the economic landscape remain challenging despite its profit for the financial year ended 30 June 2018 increasing slightly to N$37 million from N$31 million the previous year.
  • 07
  • Sep
Letshego Namibia has paid its maiden dividend of 19,20 cents per share following its September 2017 listing on the Namibian Stock Exchange.
  • 07
  • Sep
Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (NAMFISA) says it is concerned about an increase in the withdrawal of pension benefits.
  • 07
  • Sep
Namibia Desert Diamonds or Namdia is in the process of adding at least 10 new clients to buy its rough diamonds, to bring the total number of clients to 15.
  • 31
  • Aug
Most of the country’s major banks have managed to increase profits despite reporting a tough operating economic environment, their financial statements show.
  • 31
  • Aug
Taking action and being able to commit and persevere no matter the circumstances, is one of the most important attributes of an entrepreneur. It is a mind-set that requires grit and discipline.
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