Windhoek residents will have to dig dipper into their pockets as the municipality hikes its tariffs amidst an unforgiving in?ationary environment and massive job losses. Besides a water consumption tariff for nondomestic(business) increase o
The latest Labour Force Survey report (2016) by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) shows that female unemployment rate has shot up to 38.3% compared to that of males which stands at 29.8%.
“The gap between female and male unemploym
The Bank of Namibia has projected the economy to recover in the coming quarters with 2018 seeing a greater expansion, The Villager can report.
The local economy is projected to see a modest growth rate and recovery to 2.1 percen
State-Owned Enterprises minister Leon Jooste said that his mandate cannot push public enterprises into a corner and penalise them for not releasing financial reports because there is no legal provision for that.
Through its corporate social responsibility, MTC has donated twenty-six smartphones to (26) twenty-six Namibia Police roadblocks across the country. The donation is aimed at facilitating instant reporting of reckless driving;
With the local economy having collapsed into a full blown recession after a contraction of 2.7% year on year, the deepest annual contraction in the 2016/17 ?nancial year so far, fears of a downgrade to junk status have escalated.