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      MTC and Huawei’s LTE solution doubles network capacity

      MTC and Huawei’s LTE solution doubles network capacity

      2018-11-23  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - MTC Namibia partnered with Huawei to put the 4T6S solution into large-scale commercial use. The area selected to benefit from this solution is the central business district of Windhoek. This move is a conscious decision by MTC to efficiently improve network capacity and overall user experience while helping to slash site power consumption and total cost of operation. 
      NWR reflects on 2018 as it continues to cut costs

      NWR reflects on 2018 as it continues to cut costs

      2018-11-23  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK – As the year is quickly nearing its  end, Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) is reflecting on some of the progress it made in 2018. NWR emphasises that the economic challenges facing the country played a significant role in how the company fared but notes that these trying times show how resilient the company is.
      The benefits of sustainable investments

      The benefits of sustainable investments

      2018-11-22  Staff Report 2
      In many first world economies, the effects of global warming continue to manifest as a business reality. In response to this crisis, the Namibian banking sector, in support of the Millennium Development Goals, is mandated to play a vital role in accelerating the local market’s transition to a lower-carbon energy future. 
      Prosperity enhances insurance product range

      Prosperity enhances insurance product range

      2018-11-22  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - The Prosperity Group recently hosted brokers, shareholders, senior management and the media at the new San Karros Daan Viljoen Mountain View venue. The aim of the cocktail event was to showcase the new conference and entertainment venue within the Daan Viljoen Park, while at the same time introducing the Prosperity Lifecare Insurance product range for 2019, with some new additions and t
      MTC reaches milestone of 2.5 million active subscribers

      MTC reaches milestone of 2.5 million active subscribers

      2018-11-22  Staff Reporter
       WINDHOEK - Mobile Telecommunications Company (MTC) has announced that as of  November 9, 2018 it has reached the 2.5 million active subscribers mark on its books. This is quite a remarkable feat considering the Namibian Statistics Agency estimates that the entire Namibian population is 2.413 million people. MTC’s calculation is based on an active subscriber’s definition by global industry standar
      DPO receives payment facilitator licence in Namibia

      DPO receives payment facilitator licence in Namibia

      2018-11-22  Staff Report 2
      WINDHOEK – Direct Pay Online (DPO) Group, one of the leading online payments service provider in Africa, announced that it obtained a Payment Facilitator licence from the Payments Association of Namibia (PAN) at the end of September. The licence, which took them about a year to secure, enables the DPO Group to roll out its payment services directly to Namibian businesses and entrepreneurs.
      Capricorn Group equips management

      Capricorn Group equips management

      2018-11-22  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - Capricorn Group, Bank Windhoek’s holding company, recently launched its seven month Management Development Programme (MDP), in partnership with the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB).
      No more cheques as of June 2019 - BAN

      No more cheques as of June 2019 - BAN

      2018-11-22  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - Chairperson of the Bankers Association of Namibia (BAN), Vetumbuavi Mungunda, has advised that the industry will completely phase out cheques as a payment instrument by June 2019.
      SSC avails N$2 million for NUST to train Keetmanshoop youth

      SSC avails N$2 million for NUST to train Keetmanshoop youth

      2018-11-22  Edgar Brandt
      WINDHOEK - A service level agreement signed this week between the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) and the Social Security Commission (SSC) will facilitate skills training in gemology, jewellery design and entrepreneurship for the country’s unemployed youth.  The agreement, for which N$2 million has been reserved by SSC, was signed on Tuesday by Dr Tjama Tjivikua, NUST vice-chan