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      ABinBev lends a hand to Gobabis maternity shelter

      ABinBev lends a hand to Gobabis maternity shelter

      2018-11-21  Staff Report 2
      GOBABIS – ABInBev Namibia, the brewing company situated in Okahandja, contributed N$300 000 to the Lady Pohamba Maternity Shelter in Gobabis, the capital of Omahake Region. The donation is to be used for the construction of the
      RFA considers road tolls and new levies to close funding gaps

      RFA considers road tolls and new levies to close funding gaps

      2018-11-21  Edgar Brandt
      WINDHOEK - The Road Fund Administration (RFA) has cautioned that closing of funding gaps along with initiating other revenue solutions will be required in both the medium and long-term in order to meet targets set out in the fifth National Development Plan, Harambee Prosperity Plan and Vision 2030.
      Capricorn Group wins  another Best Company Award 

      Capricorn Group wins  another Best Company Award 

      2018-11-20  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - At the Annual Integrated Reporting Awards 2018, hosted in Johannesburg by Chartered Secretaries Southern Africa in partnership with the JSE Limited on 14 November 2018, Capricorn Group took home the Best Regional Company Award 2018.
      PowerCom to begin construction of new tower at Kuisebmond

      PowerCom to begin construction of new tower at Kuisebmond

      2018-11-20  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - PowerCom Pty Ltd is currently in the process of constructing a new 30m Lattice tower at Kuisebmond which will be fully commissioned by January 2019 as part of its commitment to infrastructure investment. Demand for tower space has continued to grow in Kuisebmond, as well as across Namibia. The tower infrastructure company is responding to these demands and beginning their 2019 construct
      One-million-dollar Innovation Award goes to food manufacturing project

      One-million-dollar Innovation Award goes to food manufacturing project

      2018-11-20  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - Winner of N$1 million in the Development Bank of Namibia 2018 Innovation Award, VNA Native Foods, provided a plan to manufacture powdered soup made from African spinach. The product will provide an additional outlet for local agriculture, contribute to the Agri-industry, and be an alternative to imported powdered soups.
      Huawei Launches ICT Talent Ecosystem Program in Sub-Sahara Africa

      Huawei Launches ICT Talent Ecosystem Program in Sub-Sahara Africa

      2018-11-19  Staff Reporter
      CAPE TOWN –There is critical shortage of skilled ICT professionals in Sub-Saharan Africa, which hampers the growth of a thriving ICT sector, which underpins economic growth.  To address this skills shortage, Huawei launched an ICT Talent Ecosystem Programme in Sub-Saharan Africa at Africacom 2018 - the largest telecommunications event in Africa, being held Cape Town. 
      Vivo Energy focusses on HSSE importance

      Vivo Energy focusses on HSSE importance

      2018-11-19  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - Vivo Energy, the market-leading company that distribute and markets Shell branded fuels and lubricants in Africa, held its annual Safety Day on Thursday. The Safety Day was an opportunity for all parties at Vivo Energy to refocus on the importance of Health, Safety, and Security & Environment (HSSE). 
      Growing concern over Angolan fuel smuggling at Oshikango

      Growing concern over Angolan fuel smuggling at Oshikango

      2018-11-19  Edgar Brandt
      WINDHOEK - The Ministry of Mines and Energy says it has noticed with growing concern the illegal activities taking place at the Oshikango border post in the Ohangwena Region where large amounts of illegal fuel are smuggled into the country for resale. Angolan petrol sells for just over N$6 per litre and diesel for about N$7.30 per litre compared to well over N$14 per litre in Namibia. 
      MTC unveils fibre internet and digital cloud

      MTC unveils fibre internet and digital cloud

      2018-11-19  Kuzeeko Tjitemisa
      CAPE TOWN – Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC), the country’s largest mobile operator, has launched a comprehensive fibre internet and digital Cloud computing service to spearhead digital transformation in the country.