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Municipality ransacks Windhoekers’ pockets despite high in?ation

Windhoek residents will have to dig dipper into their pockets as the municipality hikes its tariffs amidst an unforgiving in?ationary environment ...

Unemployment hits Namibian women the hardest

The latest Labour Force Survey report (2016) by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) shows that female unemployment rate has shot up to 38.3% compa...

Economy to perform well in 2017- BoN

The Bank of Namibia has projected the economy to recover in the coming quarters with 2018 seeing a greater expansion, The Villager can report. ...

Govt pins hopes on performance agreements

  State-Owned Enterprises minister Leon Jooste said that his mandate cannot push public enterprises into a corner and penalise them for no...

MTC improves communication flow with Nampol

  Through its corporate social responsibility, MTC has donated twenty-six smartphones to (26) twenty-six Namibia Police roadblocks ac...

Downgrade fears loom as economy slumps

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 th...

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Rising debt may not affect economy- Ngoni Bopoto

Namibia Equity Brokers analyst Ngoni Bopoto has allayed fears around the mounting government deb...

Unemployment hits Namibian women the hardest

The latest Labour Force Survey report (2016) by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) shows that f...

Economy to perform well in 2017- BoN

The Bank of Namibia has projected the economy to recover in the coming quarters with 2018 seeing...

Nam financial stability intact despite SA banks downgrade

The downgrading of Nedbank and Standard Bank’s mother banks in South Africa will likel...

The ubuntu of development finance

In the wake of recent reports of lapses in repayment of debt on small and medium enterprise loan...

S.A recession to hit Namibia hard - analysts

South African based Benchmarking and Manufacturing analyst Dr. Justin Barnes and an array of lea...

Wholesale sale and retail trade slowed down

According to the recently released National Accounts by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA), the...

Partnerships the way to go for NGOs

Amidst dwindling donor funding and inexperience in drafting accountability reports by European s...

50% progress made on container terminal construction

Over 50 % progress has been made on the construction of the new container terminal at the harbor...

32 000 people more unemployed in 2015/16

The Unemployment rate of the population aged 15 years and above in Namibia has increased by 34.0...

Windhoek steps up low cost housing

The City of Windhoek is going to construct close to 80 low-medium cost three bedroom houses in t...

Budget cuts into road projects

The 20% budget cut from Roads Authority (RA) from the 2107 / 18 financial year budget, will affec...

SACU revenue solid despite SA downgrade

Leading economic analysts confi rmed that the country can still look up to the projected in...

213 cases of suspected tax evasion

The fi nance ministry is currently investigation 213 cases of suspected tax evasions by cor...

Budding economist Hamunime excels in banking secto

Budding Economist Naufiku Hamunime joined the blue bank a mere six months ago in October 2016 thr...

Risks to the domestic economy remain definite

Due to external factors beyond the control of the central bank which have a direct impact on Nami...

Namibia spends N$26 billion on electricity imports

  Namibia energy imports exceeded exports by close to N$26 billion in 2016, with electri...

Corporate companies turn to solar power use

Some corporate companies are turning to use renewable solar energy by installing Solar Photovolta...

No relief for Nam consumers despite good rains

Namibian consumers will still have to continue to dig deep into their pockets to buy food de...

Plastic Packaging jittery as campaign heats up

Plastic Packaging faces an uncertain future after the launch of the zero plastic late last y...

FNB to install more 30 cash deposit ATMs

First National Bank (FNB) Namibia will install 30 cash deposit Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) ...

SME Bank increases its loan book to N$566M

The SME Bank has managed to reach one of its key goals by increasing the loan book with 80% ...

No rush on Access to Information Bill - Tweya

Information Communication Minister Tjekero Tweya has cautioned that government was not in a ...

DBN N$37m loan to manufacturers moving

The Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) has lived up to its contractual agreement signed last ...

Wendy’s Creations bringing you your dream event

In the year 2000 Windeline Kausiona won the top award for the Namibian Young Entrepreneurshi...

Salt companies rake in over N$130m

The Walvis Bay Salt Holdings Namibia Ltd (WSHN) and the Swakopmund Salt Company Ltd (SSC) ha...

Stock worth N$10 billion traded on NSX

Results availed by the Namibia Stock Exchange (NSX) show that Namibia has recorded an All Sh...

Government to charge tax defaulters

The Ministry of Finance will soon be pursuing the legal route to pressure both local and int...

State employees owe Letshego N$1.5 billion

Letshego Financial Services Namibia (LFSN), a subsidiary of Letshego Holdings Limited (LHL), has ...

SMEs get equipment worth over N$16 Million

  The Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and SME Development (MITSMED) purchased ...