Windhoek Observer

New Year, new CV

In the modern era, the job market is fast and competitive and opportunities come in a blink of an eye. If you are not ready to grasp them, it might take a while before another opportunity presents itself.

NWR makes travelling affordable

Quite often the chance to travel is dismissed when one considers the costs associated with it.

SMEs advised to borrow wisely

Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) Head of Marketing and Corporate Communication, Jerome Mutumba, says that as the economy begins to improve, entrepreneurs will find greater confidence to establish SMEs, and existing SMEs will seek finance to grow.

Bank advises SMEs on how to navigate economic headwinds

As the Namibian economy continues to navigate serious challenges; the knock-on effect on consumers is one of the main issues keeping new SMEs awake at night.

Cable theft affects 912 Telecom customers

At least 912 Telecom Namibia customers were left without telecommunication services this week, following another cable theft in the John Pandeni (Soweto) and Katutura East constituencies.

Cerebos opens salt packaging plant

Cerebos Namibia salt packaging and distribution plant was officially opened by the Minister of Industrialisation, Trade and SME Development, Tjekero Tweya, in Windhoek this week.

Public schools in Khomas face water cuts over non-payment

The City of Windhoek has threatened to disconnect water and electricity supplies to government-run schools within the Khomas Region over non-payment.

Happy Holidays, but prepare for 2019

There is no doubt that many are happy to see 2018 end.  Businesses, households and government have all struggled financially over the past 12 months and can only hope that 2019 won’t be worse. 
While we wish everyone a happy holiday, we caution all to take steps to prepare for a stark 2019. 

2018 business news highlights

This year continued to be characterised by an economy in recession and reduced government spending, which accounts for about 60 percent of total spending in Namibia.

PSG cut growth forecast for 2018

PSG Namibia has cut its 2018 GDP growth forecast to -0.4 percent from -0.2 percent, Head of Research, Eloise du Plessis, said this week.

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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.

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