2023-04-26Staff Report 2 The banking sector in southern Africa will soon be rolling out changes to how clients make and receive payments between Namibia, Eswatini, Lesotho and South Africa – also known as the Common Monetary Area. View more
2023-04-26Maihapa Ndjavera Trade minister Lucia Iipumbu said Namibia is ready and open for business and in her pursuit to attract tangible investments, the government is deliberate in ensuring a conducive investment climate, which is supported by progressive regulatory and policy frameworks. View more
2023-04-25Staff Reporter The Development Bank of Namibia has announced its participation in the Bank of Namibia SME Economic Recovery Loan scheme. Participation brings the number of schemes on offer by DBN to two. The other scheme offered by the Bank is the KfW Bankengruppe (KfW) scheme. View more
2023-04-25Maihapa Ndjavera Namibia Revenue Agency commissioner Sam Shivute has warned companies and individuals involved in deliberately avoiding their true tax liabilities to expect a visit from his officials soon. View more
2023-04-24Maihapa Ndjavera German chancellor Olaf Scholz said his country wants to help mineral-rich countries build their processing infrastructure to cut dependency on China and source it straight from countries like Namibia, Indonesia and Chile. View more
2023-04-21Staff Reporter Bank Windhoek’s Chief Treasurer, Claire Hobbs, said with the recent discovery of oil and gas off Namibia’s coast and the finds of high sought-after lithium, Namibia is becoming an attractive prospect for direct foreign investment, fast-tracking it for economic growth it needs. View more
2023-04-21Maihapa Ndjavera A country that is greylisted is an indication the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an international watchdog, has identified strategic deficiencies inapplicable systems to counter financial crimes. View more
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