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Be responsible, mining industry urged

7 hours ago | Business

B2Gold Namibia's managing director, Mike Dawe, has advised that the government should not become involved in mining.He made the comment at the just-concluded mining expo at a Business 7 event organised by Namibia Media Holdings...

Crayfish festival celebrates 10 years

7 hours ago | Business

The Lüderitz Town Council will this year honour Crayfish Festival patrons Dr Libertina Amathila and mayor Hilaria Mukapuli for their dedication and commitment over the last ten years. The council has lined up a...

SA court rules nuclear deal illegal

7 hours ago | Business

The Western Cape High Court's ruling on Wednesday that the nuclear procurement process has been unlawful and unconstitutional won't necessarily scupper government's plans to expand nuclear energy. It means the procurement process will have to...

Zuma moves to meet business leaders

7 hours ago | Business

South African president Jacob Zuma will meet with business leaders to discuss the country's credit-rating downgrades and a surprise cabinet reshuffle that saw the ouster of former finance minister Pravin Gordhan, according to a person...

ID4Africa conference underway

7 hours ago | Business

The third ID4Africa conference started in Windhoek on Wednesday and ends today. The three-day conference is being attended by delegates from 50 African countries, more than 90 international identity solution providers and more than...

AB InBev's christening

7 hours ago | Business

October 2015 may not have been the best time for the world's largest beer group to launch a take-over bid for the second-largest beer producer,...

Be responsible, mining industry urged

13 hours ago | Business

B2Gold Namibia’s managing director, Mike Dawe, has advised that the government should not become involved in mining. He made the comment at the just-concluded mining...

2017 Mining expo opens

1 day - 27 April 2017 | Business

The Namibia Diamond Trading Company, Namdeb, Debmarine and other players in the mining sector set the bar high with the introduction of the first coordinated...

AMTA preaches hygiene

1 day - 27 April 2017 | Business

NAMPA The Agro-Marketing and Trade Agency (AMTA), in partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO),...

Ricoh to introduce new products

1 day - 27 April 2017 | Business

STAFF REPORTER Ricoh South Africa has announced that plans to introduce new products into the Namibian market through Canocopy, the...

N$107m profit for Rössing

2 days ago - 26 April 2017 | Business

OGONE TLHAGE Rössing Uranium managing director Werner Duvenhage might not have prepared for brace position as yet, but he is...

Tomato canning factory needed at Rundu

2 days ago - 26 April 2017 | Business

Vice-president Nickey Iyambo has called on the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry to construct a tomato-processing factory at Rundu in the Kavango East Region.Iyambo...

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Air Nam execs sign performance...

2 days ago - 26 April 2017 | Business

Air Namibia executive committee members signed performance agreements as a commitment to attaining strategic objectives outlined in the national airline's strategic plan for next five...

SME owners urged to empower...

3 days ago - 25 April 2017 | Business

Small and medium enterprise (SMEs) owners have been encouraged to empower communities through employment.The regional councillor for the Tobias Hainyeko Constituency, Christopher Likuwa, says this...

GIPF studies MTC deal

3 days ago - 25 April 2017 | Business

The Government Institutions Pension Fund is negotiating the acquisition of the remaining shares in Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC), says GIPF spokesperson Daylight Ekandjo.Information minister Tjekero...

Liberty's Standard nexus

3 days ago - 25 April 2017 | Business

One thing that is not changing, for better or worse, is Liberty's relationship with Standard Bank, says Standard Bank group joint chief executive officer (CEO)...

Geingob to open Zim trade...

3 days ago - 24 April 2017 | Business

President Hage Geingob will undertake a two-day state visit to Zimbabwe from Wednesday this week, where he is expected to among others officiate at the...

Chevron faces big Oz tax...

4 days ago - 24 April 2017 | Business

Chevron on Friday lost its appeal in a major Australian court battle over Aus$340 million (US$256 million) in tax and penalties in a case with...

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