2022-05-06Staff Reporter Government Institutions Pension Fund implores all active members to update their personal files such as the beneficiary nomination forms and their records at their respective places of employment. View more
2022-05-06Maihapa Ndjavera Spiking oil prices and the outbreak of the Russia-Ukraine conflict have contributed to the uncertainty faced by financial markets. This could potentially have negative implications for the Namibian retirement fund industry’s investment assets. View more
2022-05-05Staff Reporter Namibia, having joined the rest of the world to recognise our workers on May Day, was a reminder that as we celebrate the immense contribution of our workers, may we keep safety, health, environment and quality on our ladder when disasters occur. View more
2022-05-05Maihapa Ndjavera The ninth edition of the Opuwo annual trade fair was blessed with the presence of President Hage Geingob, who said these events should be seen as conduits for business innovation. View more
2022-05-05Maihapa Ndjavera In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, financial institutions globally have increased their holdings of domestic government/sovereign debt, thereby tightening the linkage between the health of the financial system and the level of sovereign debt or the “financial sector-sovereign nexus”. View more
2022-05-03Maihapa Ndjavera Bank of Namibia governor Johannes !Gawaxab called for adjustments in administered prices in the housing, utilities and energy sub-sectors to prevent runaway inflation. View more
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