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Namibia Dairies happy with water savings

23 hours ago | Business

Namibia Dairies has not allowed an escalating water crisis to dampen its enthusiasm, this week reporting that it had managed to reduce its water use by 40%, or 4 200 cubic metres.The Ohlthaver & List...

Sell, buy and borrow with Cash Converters Gustav Voigts

23 hours ago | Business

Most people can attest to the experience of emergencies happening just as their money situation gets into a squeeze. One possible solution for those in the know, and who may or may not be prepared...

China imposes caps on lending to curb banking risk

23 hours ago | Business

China imposed limits on lending by peer-to-peer platforms to individuals and companies in an effort to curb risks in the country’s loosely regulated shadow-banking sector.An individual can borrow up to 1 million yuan (N$2 million)...

SA junk status fears return

23 hours ago | Business

News that South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan must present himself to the Hawks today has sent shock waves across the world.Those seeking to stave off a ratings downgrade have been dealt a major blow,...

New marketing executive at BW

23 hours ago | Business

Jaquiline Pack, whose appointment takes effect on 1 September 2016, takes over from Marlize Horn, who until recently had a dual role serving both the bank and the Bank Windhoek Group.With Pack’s arrival at the...

SS Nujoma makes final stop in Cape Town

1 day - 24 August 2016 | Business

Debmarine Namibia’s latest diamond exploration and sampling vessel, the mv SS Nujoma, has reached another crucial milestone in its journey to being commissioned locally.The marine...

Enviro fund marks three-year milestone

1 day - 24 August 2016 | Business

The minister of environment and tourism, Pohamba Shifeta, on Monday announced the appointment of a new board of directors for the Environmental Investment Fund (EIF).Officially...

Zuma to chair new body overseeing SOEs

1 day - 24 August 2016 | Business

South Africa’s state-owned entities (SOEs) are in for a major overhaul, with President Jacob Zuma set to chair a new overarching body to oversee them.Minister...

Record fine for steel company

1 day - 24 August 2016 | Business

South Africa’s Competition Commission on Monday slapped the country’s largest steel producer, ArcelorMittal, with a R1.5 billion fine for its involvement in the long steel...

Zimbabwe signs biggest road project since independence

1 day - 24 August 2016 | Business

Zimbabwe signed an agreement on Monday with Chinese and Austrian firms to upgrade a busy highway, a deal that will be one of the country’s...

KLM Airlines to fly to Windhoek

2 days ago - 23 August 2016 | Business

Yet another airline has announced its intention to expand its services in Africa and start flying to Windhoek. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines yesterday announced that...

Ad agency wins with dirty car campaign

2 days ago - 23 August 2016 | Business

Namibian advertising agency Advantage Y&R last week emerged victorious at a regional industry awards ceremony held in South Africa, based on their work promoting responsible...

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Farming industry needs makeover

2 days ago - 23 August 2016 | Business

For Kenyan farmer Pauline Wafula, there was never a question that her children would have to get their hands dirty and learn how to grow...

Zuma/Gordhan rift over SAA ‘is...

2 days ago - 23 August 2016 | Business

South African President Jacob Zuma’s rift with Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan over a new board for South African Airways (SAA) is false, the Presidency said...

GIPF goes looking at Ongwediva

3 days ago - 22 August 2016 | Business

A drive by the Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) to trace an approximate 12 000 non-active members and beneficiaries, will continue in earnest this week...

Coca-Cola bottler to rethink SA...

3 days ago - 22 August 2016 | Business

Africa’s biggest Coke bottler, Coca-Cola Beverages Africa, will rethink its spending plans in South Africa if Pretoria’s proposed tax on sugary drinks gets the green...

Moody’s revises outlook for global...

3 days ago - 22 August 2016 | Business

Investor service and ratings agency Moody’s has changed its outlook for the global base metals industry to stable from negative.Its most recent report ‘Global Base...

Which US companies pay the...

3 days ago - 22 August 2016 | Business

In a new report from career website Glassdoor, technology and consulting firms took 24 of the 25 spots on its list of highest-paying companies in...

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