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      NamPower used South African company to assist with ‘refreshed’ logo

      NamPower used South African company to assist with ‘refreshed’ logo

      2018-09-14  Edgar Brandt
      WINDHOEK – The national power utility, the Namibia Power Corporation (NamPower) has responded to escalating criticism on its refreshed logo that was revealed in two advertorials early this week saying the exercise was part of the production of a new Corporate Identity (CI) Manual. New Era can reveal that NamPower paid N$235 000 for the CI Manual, which included the development and printing of ‘a n
      Bank Windhoek approves 7% annual salary increases

      Bank Windhoek approves 7% annual salary increases

      2018-09-13  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - Bank Windhoek has confirmed an average of 7 percent in salary increases for the 2018 remuneration period. 
      NSA to host land statistics symposium today

      NSA to host land statistics symposium today

      2018-09-13  Staff Report 2
      In about two weeks’ time Namibia will host its second land conference. As part of its contribution towards the debate of the second national land conference, the NSA has embarked upon a compilation exercise for different land statistics in the country. The aim of the exercise is to compile statistics and develop a National Land Statistics Booklet to highlight, in a
      KBB to relaunch factory with new Italian partners

      KBB to relaunch factory with new Italian partners

      2018-09-13  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - A recent formulation of a Joint Venture agreement between Kavango Block Brick (KBB) and their new Italian partners, Italy Made, has resulted in the relaunch of the KBB manufacturing plant. The soon-to-be announced relaunch will entail KBB’s manufacturing plant being geared up to deliver a multitude of concrete product solutions.
      Shiwa the Baker vows to share her craft

      Shiwa the Baker vows to share her craft

      2018-09-12  Edgar Brandt
      WINDHOEK - Shiwomeho Kalla, also known as Shiwa the Baker, is on a mission to build a global legacy and a brand that will transcend her own lifetime. Although the young entrepreneur only started her craft a mere two years ago, she is making quite a name for herself in the local baking industry. But, while Shiwa’s wide range of confectionaries are drawing mouth-watering reviews from her clients, it
      Bring Your Own Device (Damage) BYOD 

      Bring Your Own Device (Damage) BYOD 

      2018-09-12  Edgar Brandt
      Tablets, smartphones, iPods, MP3-players, USB flash drives, you name the device and people in Namibia have them. Employees or ‘end-users’, if you will, will bring their own devices to work and not hesitate to connect to company’s wi-fi or directly plug the device into the organisation’s network. This is known as BYOD or “Bring Your Own Device,” a phrase that refers to the practice of allowing empl
      Schlettwein explains U$60 billion Chinese package aid

      Schlettwein explains U$60 billion Chinese package aid

      2018-09-12  Albertina Nakale
      WINDHOEK - Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein has explained the U$60 billion (approximately N$900 billion) package of aid, investment and loans to Africa offered by China during the just ended Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC), against a backdrop of growing concern about rising debt distress on the continent.
      Ohorongo to get clean energy from new 5MW solar power plant

      Ohorongo to get clean energy from new 5MW solar power plant

      2018-09-11  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - Ohorongo Cement inaugurated a 5MW PV Solar Plant last Friday in the Otjozondjupa Region which Minister of Mines and Energy, Tom Alweendo, called a significant milestone in private sector participation, and encouraged other investors and developers to follow the example set by the project. 
      Responsible borrowing with N$200,000 loan benefit for government employees

      Responsible borrowing with N$200,000 loan benefit for government employees

      2018-09-11  Staff Reporter
      WINDHOEK - Turbulent times and economic hardships are at the forefront of discussions in both the private and public sectors.  It is indeed a fact that the economic welfare of many Namibian households worsens as debt increases resulting in less buying power and a weaker savings rate. Namibians’ household debt is reported to be well over N$54 billion. Household debt is the combined debt of all peop