2021-10-25Staff Reporter Angola’s national airline, TAAG Angola, last week resumed their Windhoek-Luanda route following the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions on travel between the two countries. View more
2021-10-25Staff Reporter A trade ministry’s assessment has confirmed that local coffin capacity production does indeed exist, with over 50 local manufactures producing a combined daily average of 860 coffins. View more
2021-10-25Maihapa Ndjavera Bank of Namibia (BoN) governor Johannes !Gawaxab is concerned with the low uptake of credit from commercial entities by small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), noting that there seems to be uncertainty from corporates and households on opting for credit. View more
2021-10-25Staff Reporter Mobile Telecommunications Company (MTC) has vowed to challenge CRAN’s decision that directs the company to share its infrastructure with South African competitor, MTN. View more
2021-10-25Maihapa Ndjavera Mines minister Tom Alweendo has warned that Namibian dimension stone remains vulnerable from threats of synthetic materials, thereby compromising the potential with investors who are becoming reluctant to invest in the industry. View more
2021-10-22Staff Reporter Namibia is working with the government of Zimbabwe to rehabilitate the railway line between the two countries to boost the movements of goods following the operationalisation of the Zimbabwe Dry Port at Walvis Bay. View more
2021-10-22Maihapa Ndjavera The industrialisation and trade ministry yesterday inaugurated the Core Group that will be spearheading the implementation of the revised National Quality Policy for 2020 to 2025. View more
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