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South African companies creaming off in ITC

Mon, 16 March 2015 10:36
by Villager Reporter
Business

South African companies continue to exploit business opportunities in the country at the expense of the bulk of Namibian companies. The sectors that are targeted are also those that Namibian companies have capacity to supply. The following is an insert of a tender evaluation that was done in the telecommunications for the telecommunications industry. Herewith The villager reproduces a tender evaluation on  one of the recently issued tenders in the ICT sector showing the dominance that South African companies still enjoy in the Namibian sector.