On Monday 11th November 2019, The Namibian newspaper carried a news article under the heading “GIPF to pay out N$5.2 billion in benefit”.
The first of October 1989 marked the official opening of the Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF).
WINDHOEK - Finance minister Calle Schlettwein has assured members of parliament that the government has put in place various measures to ensure that government institutions do not suffer the same fate as
OSHAKATI – Muuna walilimo zemashumi asilezi kazelobañwi (69), yanyazwa hala kutondahala kwabolulelule
OSHAKATI - A 69-year-old man, charged under the Insolvency Act and also with fraud into the missing
WINDHOEK - The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) is excited to announce the celebration of its
Windhoek – Mbunga zovadinkantu vaSWAPO kuna kuhundira asi vatulisepo etarururo lyonomvhura edi nakara muhahendentoni momberewa. Yipo asi ogu ana karamo ngesi nage yimugume asikisemo siruwo
WINDHOEK – The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) issued a statement late last week saying it has taken note of the pronouncement made on August 21 by the Prosecutor General on the investigation into
WINDHOEK – Prosecutor General (PG) Martha Imalwa yesterday confirmed that one person – whose identity she withheld – has been charged under the Insolvency Act and also with fraud into the missing millions of the Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF).
GIPF continues to be a proud participant at the Ongwediva Annual Trade Fair. At this year’s Trade Fair, GIPF will focus on running a massive data clean-up campaign.
WINDHOEK - The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) hosted the second regional stakeholders’
WINDHOEK – The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) has confirmed the recent appointment of Desmond Nikanor as its Strategy and Projects Manager. Nikanor’s appointment is effective as of 01 April 2019.
WINDHOEK - The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) has urged all annuitants such as pensioners, children and spouses that receive a monthly pension benefit from GIPF to visit their nearest GIPF office to register for Biometrics.
WINDHOEK - The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) yesterday officially opened its branch in Eenhana, situated in Onawa complex, Tobias Harelbeke Street. The opening of the branch was necessitated by the outcry for more accessible services in the Ohangwena Region and it is aligned to the Fund’s overall corporate strategy.
WINDHOEK - The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) has urged all members to visit their Human Resource officers from their respective institutions, to update their Beneficiary Nomination forms. Members must ensure that the names and date of births of their dependants (beneficiaries) and nominees accurately appear on the forms as they reflect on their national documents.
WINDHOEK - The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) has confirmed the recent appointment of Morna Ikosa as its new Communications and Stakeholder Engagement manager.
WINDHOEK – FirstRand Namibia says it has 2 886 registered shareholders of which 2 760 are Namibian – who together own almost 103 million shares valued at more than N$4.6 billion as of June 2018.
WINDHOEK - The turnaround strategies deployed by Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) over the past five years were highly successful and have shown that with the right combination of factors, organisations can meet challenges head on, CEO David Nuyoma said yesterday.
WINDHOEK – The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF), one of the largest Namibian beneficiary shareholders in Shoprite Holdings, has spoken out against the ill treatment of workers and indecent wages at Shoprite, as well as its support for the calls for Shoprite to drop the lawsuit against its workers.
GIPF aims to be a model pension fund in the global arena
GIPF considers increasing local investments to stimulate economy
Capricorn Group celebrates five-year listing anniversary
GIPF will consider MTC shares after “due diligence”
NPTH says conquest of mobile operators is no monopoly
GIPF requests students to submit proof of enrolment
GCR issues Bank Windhoek with favourable credit rating
Unqualified teachers recruited due to ‘high demand’
GIPF invests N$4bn through unlisted investments since 2010
GIPF’s total assets account for 64% of Namibia’s GDP
GIPF investment in Bank Windhoek – an interesting private initiative
Government Institutions Government Pension Fund (GIPF)
GIPF invests in CRM software to enhance customer service
More than 2 300 households still use bucket system
There won't be knee-jerk reaction to RSA downgrade
GIPF launches new B1 City Client Services Satellite Office
Government is not broke and can honour its obligations - Schlettwein
High cost of building still impacts middle and low-income earners more
Tracing of GIPF’s unenrolled annuitants to be done at Ongwediva fair
Financial services gear up for second banking and insurance forum
Ndeitunga expects prosecutions in N$660 million GIPF fraud
N$1,2 billion set aside for unclaimed GIPF benefits
Swapo elders want pensioners to be exempted from taxes
Mungunda and Gawanas appointed to MultiChoice board
Farmer murder witness describes shocking discovery
Alleged Katutura Strangler’s case postponed to September
Higher interest rates are coming … a look at the winners and losers
Parliament to discuss re-appointment of ACC chiefs
Schlettwein refutes ‘Govt cash crunch hits Katutura hospital’
‘Clashing trade fair dates are counter-productive’
Engela raises funds for Omundudu Combined School library
Namibian bank charges higher than elsewhere in the world
Over 1 000 families to benefit from new Osona Village
GIPF now worth N$81 billion… but still no word on missing N$660m
Motivation for Constitutional Third Amendment Bill
DIESCHO’S DICTUM - The Seven Cardinal Virtues of the Namibian Nation
Great results enable WCCR to repay GIPF loan early
GIPF wants takers of its Unlisted Investment Policy
Get a share of GIPF’s Unlisted Investment Portfolio
Decentralisation Gains Momentum: Prospects and Challenges
Decentralisation Gains Momentum: Prospects and Challenges
Strategies for Housing Schemes Are Outside the Namibian Context
Accountant General 'Culturally Disturbed' by Transfer