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  • 21
  • Jun

Namibia Stock Exchange-listed Letshego Namibia has down played the impact of  the on-going turbulence at its Botswana based holding company, Letshego Group, which has led to the exodus of five top executives in the past year, including the group managing director, group financial officer and a CEO who only spent six months on the job.  Letshego Namibia says that the exodus has no material impact on the company.

  • 21
  • Jun

Four local banks, Nedbank Namibia, RMB Namibia, Standard Bank, Bank Windhoek and South Africa’s ABSA have provided an N$5.6 billion loan to Debmarine Namibia towards funding the acquisition and construction of the company’s latest marine diamond mining vessel, the AMV3.

  • 14
  • Jun
Standard Bank has for the 15th year running committed itself to the growth of the local tourism and hospitality sector by sponsoring the two-day Hospitality Association of Namibia (HAN) Tourism Congress and Tourism Awards Gala which will take place from the 20th to the 21st of June.
  • 14
  • Jun
The Bankers Association of Namibia (BAN) has warned the public of a new scam where fraudsters use a new technique to scam clients out of their money.
  • 14
  • Jun
Agribank CEO, Sakaria Nghikembua has been appointed the new Chairperson of MMI Holdings Namibia with effect from 11 June 2019.
  • 14
  • Jun
The City of Windhoek is in the process of implementing a new parking system in the central business district and its parking lots, with drivers expected to pay more to be able to secure parking.
  • 14
  • Jun
Motor Vehicle Accident Fund of Namibia (MVA Fund) says the decline in fuel sales, due to depressed consumer spending as a result of the depressed economic conditions in the country has impacted on its income.
  • 07
  • Jun
The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) says it has embarked on Business Process Improvement (BPI) project, which aims to improve efficiency in its operations.
  • 07
  • Jun
In a move aimed at sensitizing about careers in the marine recovery industry, bursaries and scholarships offered by the Company, Debmarine Namibia stretched the School Outreach programme to the northern regions of Namibia namely: Omusati Region, Ohangwena Region, Kavango West Region, Kavango East Region and Zambezi Region respectively.
  • 07
  • Jun
Canadian mining exploration company Broadway Gold Mining has acquired an 85 percent interest in a land package in Namibia covering approximately 56.3km².
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