2023-01-10Paheja Siririka As the world scrambles in deciding how to deal with the latest Coronavirus sub-variant, of which two cases have been confirmed in Namibia, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has issued a statement, saying closing international borders is merely an ineffective knee-jerk reaction. View more
2023-01-09Maihapa Ndjavera Climate change is likely to have huge implications for Namibian society and its economy over the short, medium and long-term, an economist with the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) Robin Sherbourne said. View more
2023-01-05Maihapa Ndjavera The green shoots on the horizon for Namibia are amplified through efforts to develop a green hydrogen ecosystem, and the recent discovery of commercially viable oil reserves in the country. These are among the top projects for government to drive the economic growth for the year 2023. View more
2023-01-04Staff Reporter During the December holidays, whilst relaxing with family and friends, I am often asked; “What will the technology trends be in the new year and beyond?” Usually, I just give a quick answer, I’m on holiday as well and I don’t want to be talking about work. View more
2023-01-04Staff Reporter Agricultural Bank of Namibia and the Development Bank of Namibia have signed an agreement to cooperate and co-finance-controlled environment agriculture activities in Namibia. View more
2022-12-15Staff Reporter Live is a journey and not a destination. The same goes for the maturing of any compliance function. I have been privileged enough to embark on the compliance journey at the Government Institutions Pension Fund (“GIPF”). View more
2022-12-15Staff Reporter The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) launched the National SIM Registration Awareness Campaign on 7 June 2022. The objective of the campaign is to create awareness and to educate consumers on the importance of SIM Registration. View more
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