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Namibia Stock Exchange listed brewer, Namibia Breweries Limited’s (NBL), beer production volumes in South Africa, have surpassed the 450,000 hectolitre mark, Managing Director, Wessie van der Westhuizen, said last week.

The country’s trade deficit is expected to narrow further this year, PSG Namibia Analyst and Equity Strategist, Eloise du Plessis, has said.

Telecom Namibia has paid a N$100,000 fine to the Zambia Information and Communications Technology Authority (ZICTA) for operating illegally in that country.

Bank Windhoek’s Managing Director, Baronice Hans, has been appointed as the new Chairperson of the Bankers Association of Namibia.

About 75 Pick n Pay Namibia store employees in Otjiwarongo could potentially lose their jobs when the store closes next month.

Solar panel fraud

One of the latest scams making the rounds is the Solar Power System or Solar Panels for Your Home scam. 

Bank Windhoek this week announced the appointment of Stephanie Viljoen as its Executive Officer: Human Resources, with effect from 1 March.
PPS Insurance Namibia recently held its annual Women’s Breakfast, paying tribute to female members, who have achieved success in the corporate or private arena.
An Independent Service Quality Assessment has found that Namibian telecommunications company, MTC, is streaks ahead of other regional telecoms giants, when it comes to overall service quality.
During his budget speech last Wednesday, Finance Minister, Calle Schlettwein, alluded to dancing with the snake, while speaking about the corrupt business practices permeating the country.
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