The biomass boiler in use by Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) is a first for Namibia and is the country’s largest wood boiler.
Finance minister Iipumbu Shiimi has refuted reports that he influenced the appointment of his former central bank colleague Sam Shivute as substantive chief of the Namibia Revenue Authority (NamRA).
The main national-level issue that relates to policymaking and budgetary allocation is the fact that the agricultural sector does not attract enough investment nor has it received adequate government funding.
ǂGuro Ministers Beros ge ai!â gere ǂoa wekheb !nâ ge ǂanǂan hâ i, ǁîs ge N$50.3 miljun marisa ǀkhaeb ase !khō!oasa Covid-19 ǁōsa !hūb !nâ ǁkhaes ase.
Namibian born Joshua Nghaamwa has created a device that many people believe is as an information communication technology (ICT) solution for the African continent at large.
Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila said the outbreak of Covid-19 has come as an opportunity for businesses in the country to come up with new ideas.
Heineken South Africa (SA) experienced severe trade restrictions in South Africa, contributing to the Namibia Breweries Limited (NBL) to experience a significant downturn in business and a subsequent share of associate loss of N$76.7 million.
President of the National Unity Democratic Organisation (Nudo), Utjiua Muinjangue, recently commented that a good road network is essential for every country and that road infrastructure is one of the most important public assets of any country.
The Namibian Stock Exchange (NSX) overall share price index fell to 900.32 by the end of the first quarter of 2020 and closed at 1306.36 points at the end of 2019, when compared with 1307.76 points at the end of 2018.
The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has shattered global demand for luxury goods, including Namibian diamonds. Kennedy Hamutenya, CEO of Namibia Dessert Diamonds (NAMDIA) said in the last quarter of the financial year, in mid-January, the diamond industry was severely impacted by the outbreak of the pandemic.
The monthly inflation rate for August 2020 stood at 0.4%, which is an increase of 0.2 percentage points when compared to 0.2% recorded during July 2020.
!Gae-auto !nari-aon ǀAeǁgams din ge ra !gaesen, ǁîn di tsīkorobe hōǂgās nē ǂharuguba xus ǁaupexa 60 persentgu kōse ge ǁnāsa, Covi-19 ǁōs ge ǂgâxasa xu.
Mariǁhōn ministeris ge ǂoa ge wekheb Wunstaxs ai ge ǂanǂan, ǁaupexas ge 96%gu marisa ǁnā !hūǁîn hîa ge ǂganamsensa a dīn, nēti ī ǂōǂōsib hōǂgās huib
The ministry of finance yesterday announced that about 96% of applicants benefited from the emergency income grant (EIG) that government initiated in April to assist the less privileged and vulnerable members of society from the devastating economic impact of Covid-19.
Taxi drivers in Windhoek are concerned that their daily income dropped by as much as 60% during the past months due to the Covid-19 pandemic.