2018-08-30Staff Reporter Have you dreamt of putting aside a little extra in a foreign currency for that once-in-a-lifetime holiday abroad? Or just simply being able to save and transact in foreign currency to avoid having all your ‘eggs in one basket’? View more
2018-08-29Staff Reporter Bank Windhoek in collaboration with the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST), through the Centre for Enterprise Development (CED) will host local entrepreneurs, Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) for start-up and SME seminars based on Business Models. View more
2018-08-29Staff Reporter The Forensic Department at Bank Windhoek is receiving an increasing number of complaints from clients regarding individuals calling them and pretending to be bank officials. View more
2018-08-29Staff Report 2 Namibians love their Wi-Fi, we hold our smartphones in front of us desperately seeking a Wi-Fi router to latch onto in a hotel, airport, shopping centre, restaurant or any venue we may be at. View more
2018-08-24Edgar Brandt WINDHOEK – The African Development Bank (AfDB) is considering increasing its direct funding of bankable projects of the continent’s private sector, given the sector’s propensity to drive economic growth, generate decent jobs and create increased opportunities for more inclusive and green growth. This was revealed by African Development Bank Executive Director, Mihe Gaomab II, who noted that privat View more
2018-08-23Edgar Brandt WINDHOEK - While the industrial economy in the past required mostly land, labour and capital, the new emerging economy uses creative industries to produce meanings from the world of ideas. In the past, creativity and industry were not generally linked but nowadays the notion that arts and creativity serve as major economic drivers is fast gaining impetus. View more
2018-08-23Alvine Kapitako WINDHOEK – Pharmaceutical companies opting to establish themselves in Namibia have been encouraged by Minister of Health and Social Services, Dr Bernard Haufiku, to position themselves in such a way that they can enter the regional market. According to Haufiku, a larger market would make local pharmaceutical companies more sustainable and due to economies of scale a larger operation can offer more View more
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