Business (506)

  • 31
  • Aug
Capricorn Holdings, which owns lender Bank Windhoek, has acquired a 30 percent stake in telecommunication and technology company, Nimbus Infrastructure Limited.
  • 31
  • Aug
Namibia can benefit from the United Kingdom’s plans to become the largest G7 investor in Africa by 2022, a local economist has said.
  • 31
  • Aug
As you drive on the Windhoek–Otjiwarongo road, 50 km before the cheetah capital of the world, is an imposing structure that has emerged from the farmlands on the left hand side; this is the home of Growmax, the country’s first fertilizer manufacturing plant.
  • 31
  • Aug
Diamond producer, Namdeb, which operates land based diamond mines in the Karas Region, expects to sale its Elizabeth Bay Mine near Luderitz in the fourth quarter of 2018, Corporate Affairs Manager, Pauline Thomas, told the Windhoek Observer this week.
  • 31
  • Aug
Paladin Energy, which will put its Langer Heinrich Mine in the Erongo Region on care and maintenance beginning next month, due to low uranium prices, expects the uranium market to undergo a fundamental restructuring in the short to medium term.
  • 24
  • Aug

Debmarine Namibia recently donated portable wheeled bins, refuse bags, water and t-shirts towards the cleaning campaign of the Oshakati Intermediate Hospital to the value of N$140,000.

  • 24
  • Aug
Living alone can be both an exciting journey and a challenging one. It gives you a sense of freedom, where you are the sole ruler of your domain, yet it is considered to be more expensive when compared with sharing with someone.
  • 24
  • Aug
Meatco has been advised to adapt standards of continued waste reduction, especially in areas where waste volumes are high and likely to cause pollution,
  • 24
  • Aug
The town of Rundu in the Kavango East Region has high potential for crop production, First Capital Namibia has said in a profile on the town.
  • 24
  • Aug
The multibillion dollar short term insurance industry is under probe for contravening the Competition Act by setting maximum mark-up rates that panel beaters should charge for repairs to insured vehicles,
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