Business (631)

  • 22
  • Feb
TSXV-listed Namibia Critical Metals, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Kunene Resources Namibia, has signed an agreement with a private Namibian group to allow the pegging of a mining claim covering a small manganese occurrence within EPL 4347 which is held by the company.
  • 22
  • Feb
In early February, graduates Jason Akwenye, Ashmeen-Lee Cloete and Christiana Namoonde, were announced as the three graduates inducted into Capricorn Group and Bank Windhoek’s revamped Graduate Training Programme (GTP).
  • 22
  • Feb
FirstRand Namibia has recorded a 4.1 percent increase in profit before tax to N$812.3 million for the period ended 31 December 2018.
  • 22
  • Feb
The Agribank says it continues to record low uptake figures for its Affirmative Action Loan Facility (AALS) due to restrictive application requirements and has begun a review process.
  • 22
  • Feb
Global credit ratings agency, Fitch has warned that Namibia's lower growth prospects will have an adverse effect on government's ability to stabilise the growing public debt.
  • 22
  • Feb
Broll Namibia, a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group, says N$330 million has been spent to date to complete the on-going Wernhil Park Phase 4 expansion project, an amount which is inline with its budget estimates.
  • 15
  • Feb
The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) hosted two public consultative meetings on Regulations prescribing license categories and licensing application procedures for Postal Service Licensees and the amendment to the Regulations in respect of Type Approval and Technical Standards for Telecommunications Equipment respectively, in Windhoek.
  • 15
  • Feb
The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) has started its hunt for a new CEO, with services of a recruitment agency having been enlisted to assist the company’s board to find a suitable candidate.
  • 15
  • Feb
Cattle farmers are reaping huge benefits from government’s decision to impose a ban on the import and transit of cloven-hoofed animals and their products from South Africa following the outbreak of foot and mouth disease.
  • 15
  • Feb
Mines and Energy minister, Tom Alweendo has ruled out the possibility of load shedding in the country, despite Eskom, the country’s biggest suppliers of power, having implemented the measures in the neighboring country citing a power production deficit.
Page 10 of 64

WINDHOEK OBSERVER

The Windhoek Observer is an English-language weekly newspaper, published in Namibia by Paragon Investment Holding. It is the country's oldest and largest circulating weekly.

Contact Us

Windhoek Observer House
c/o John Meinert & Rossini Street
Windhoek West
Namibia
Tel: +264 61 411 800
Fax: +264 61 226 098
www.observer.com.na