2021-01-20Staff Reporter The Namibia Institute of Professional Accountants (NIPA) has welcomed proposed amendments to the Public Accountants’ and Auditors’ Board (PAAB) Act, saying these will improve accountability and trust in the industry. View more
2021-01-20Edgar Brandt There is light at the end of the tunnel for the N$190 million-dollar Peugeot Opel Assembly Namibia (POAN) venture at Walvis Bay as legislation to enable the exportation of the locally assembled vehicles into the Southern African region has been finalised. View more
2021-01-18Maihapa Ndjavera The agriculture ministry last week suspended the import and in-transit movement of live poultry, birds, and poultry products following the outbreak of a highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in some countries. View more
2021-01-18Edgar Brandt Both public and private businesses should strive to procure all goods and services locally, which, when coupled with a stimulus package for producers, should put the Namibian economy well on the road to recovery from the devasting effects of the Covid-19 pandemic that exacerbated the country’s already dire straits. View more
2021-01-15Maihapa Ndjavera In an analysis for the mining sector for November 2020, the mining composite index declined 16.2% when compared to the preceding month, and 7.3% for November 2019, respectively. According to trade statistics for November 2020, released yesterday by the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA), the reduction in the index is due to the production of all minerals that were down except for diamond that registe View more
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