Namibia seeks regional production collaboration

Namibia is looking at building value chains with its neighbours whereby products can be jointly produced through a production chain before they are eventually exported or consumed within the Southern African Development Community.

Zimbabwe and Kenya no match for Namibia: Basson

Former Namibia Rugby Union (NRU) president, Bradley Basson, does not think that the Welwitschias will have too many problems against Zimbabwe on Saturday in the 2018 Rugby Africa Gold Cup,
Namibia could benefit from stronger economic growth in South Africa since it potentially increases the demand for Namibian goods and services, including tourism,

Namibia eyes first place finish at COSSASA

Namibia has set itself a target of finishing as the overall winner of the regional youth competition, the Confederation of School Sport Associations of Southern Africa (COSSASA) Ball Games, to be held in Windhoek from 23 to 26 August.

The opening of a second cement plant in Namibia and a depressed economic environment will likely result in job losses in the sector, Ohorongo Cement Managing Director, Hans-Wilhelm Schütte, has warned. The opening of a second cement plant in Namibia and a depressed economic environment will likely result in job losses in the sector, Ohorongo Cement Managing Director, Hans-Wilhelm Schütte, has warned. 

The Bank of Namibia and Angola’s central bank, Banco Nacional de Angola, will explore new areas of co-operation following the non-renewal of a currency exchange agreement that was signed in 2015.

Ethnix is taking Namibia by storm

Ethnix is a talented, vibrant musical duo, Etjo Kangumine and Julius Marco Hamwele, both 24 years old.
Despite seeing his team crushed in an embarrassing 118-0 defeat at the hands of the Welwitschias on Saturday, Tunisian rugby team assistant coach, Ahmed Guerbej, believes that the Namibian team is still a world apart from heavyweights New Zealand, South Africa, Australia, Ireland or Argentina.
The relaxed approach by government in policing the law mandating inclusivity and accessible public facilities for all Namibians, particularly for those seeking education, places further pressure on citizens living with disabilities.
President Hage Geingob is delivering on his election campaign pledge of bringing prosperity to Namibia despite the current economic downturn, Geingob’s economic advisor, John Steytler, has said.
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