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NPTH pays Govt N$180m in dividends

Fri, 11 April 2014 23:16
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Namibia Post Telecom Holdings (NPTH) chairman, Henri Kassen has
announced the company will be paying out a N$180m dividend to
Government, which is its sole shareholder for the 2012/13 financial
year.

Kassen announced this during the company's annual general meeting held
today in Windhoek.