August 29

  • Namibia: Picking the Best Ideas [analysis]

    In the previous two articles I reviewed the issue of coming up with great ideas - the source of innovation. Now that the organisation has generated lots of great ideas, you realise... Read more »



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August 01

  • Namibia: Social Dynamite in a Small Package

    "All Namibians are guests for the evening and are invited to attend the launch by booking a seat for N$1000, a table for ten for N$10,000 or sponsoring participation of a... Read more »

  • Namibia: Stokvels Help Families Save

    Whiphold Ltd, the Multi billion Rand Soweto stokvel which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange provides one of the best examples of the power of collective saving. Known by... Read more »



July 25

  • Namibia: 25 July 2014

    What's Happening? The US government climate agency, known best by its acronym, NOAA, still indicates current conditions over the equatorial Pacific Ocean as neutral, but believes... Read more »

  • Namibia: Dairies Scramble for Higher Output

    Chairperson of the Namibian Dairy Producers Association, Japie Engelbrecht this week requested the Ministry of Trade and Industry to increase the volumes of milk imported from... Read more »

  • Namibia: Trustco Retains Credit Rating

    Trustco Group Holdings Limited recently retained its BBB- and A3 rating from Global Credit Ratings (GCR), affording it a stable outlook for 2014. Read more »



July 18

  • Namibia: The Earth Inside

    Nicola Brandt's exhibition The Earth Inside at the National Art Gallery of Namibia is the artist's first solo show. The multimedia installation consists of video, photographs,... Read more »



June 30

  • Namibia: Zinc Smelter for Rosh Pinah

    Another positive development was revealed this week by a mining house to give substance to the government stated intention of forcing commodity producers to increase local value... Read more »



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June 06

  • Namibia: Procurement Becomes Bee Tool [opinion]

    Figures obtained from the Chamber of Mines of Namibia Annual Review indicate that for 2013, mining companies spent in excess of N$12 billion on the procurement of goods and... Read more »



May 29

  • Namibia: Surety and Risk

    Recently, uncertainty and concerns surrounding the use of homes as collateral has thrown the issue of collateral and recovery of capital into the banking spotlight once more. Moral... Read more »

  • Namibia: Hake Industry Adopts Second Management Plan

    The Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources has embarked upon a hake management plan, aimed at actively managing Namibia's most valuable commercial species. The plan has been in... Read more »

  • Namibia: Horse Mackerel and Hake Performance Static

    Earlier in May, the Oceana Group released its preliminary financial results for the six months ended 31 March 2014 indicating that group revenue exceeded R2.3 billion which is 4%... Read more »

  • Namibia: Offbeat 30 May 2014 [column]

    Manufactured food contains chemicals that are poisonous. Those chemicals are present in small amounts, not enough to damage you over a period of months, but enough to cause... Read more »

  • Namibia: Future Energy Depends On Aware Youth

    The Friedrich Elbert Foundation in collaboration with Earthlife Namibia, the Goethe Centre, the Namibian German Foundation for Cultural Cooperation (NaDS) and the Labour Resource... Read more »

  • Namibia: Chinese Journos to NWR Camps

    Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) said this week it will host five Chinese journalists to leverage the opportunity of the 2014 Namibia Tourism Expo, which will be held from 04 to 06... Read more »

  • Namibia: Bank Extends Network, Opens 54th Branch

    In a quest to expand its banking prowess as the leading financial services provider, FNB Namibia officially opened the new Kuisebmond branch at the coast earlier this month. Read more »

  • Namibia: CAF Women's Championship Launched

    Titled sponsor TN Mobile, powered by Telecom Namibia, together with the Confederation African Football (CAF) launched the eight Nations' CAF Women Football Championship, earlier... Read more »

  • Namibia: Body Therapist Spreads Beauty

    Popyeni Irene Shigweda is a young skincare and body therapist who owns her own wellness spa. Here, in her small abode, she does massages and facials as well as manicures and... Read more »

  • Namibia: Open Day At DHPS

    The Deutsche Höhere Privatschule in Windhoek this week extended an open invitation to all Namibians to come and visit the school on Saturday 07 June. Read more »

  • Namibia: Interns Off to Germany

    "This can change our lives forever" said two University of Namibia students upon winning internships to a German company specialising in process safety in industrial applications. Read more »

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