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Geingos entitled to significant benefits from the state

Ester Mbathera Monica Geingos, the widow of late President Hage Geingob, is entitled to significant benefits that will ensure her financial security and well-being. According to the Former Pres...

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Swakopmund reconsiders mobile food truck relocation

Niël Terblanché The Swakopmund Municipal Council is currently reevaluating its strategy for the relocation and creation of new mobile food truck sites after facing significant opposition from vari...
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EU says it did not discuss government affairs with Itula

Ester Mbathera The Head of the European Union’s (EU) Mission in Namibia on behalf of member states made it clear that they did not discuss matters within the purview of the government with the lea...
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Urgent call for farmers to participate in national wage survey

Niël Terblanché With only 220 completed forms received which represents a scant 13.2% of the Agricultural Employers’ Association’s (AEA) membership, the organisation warned that the low turnout mi...
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Muharukua to focus on modernising agriculture, health care and education

Martin Endjala Former Member of Parliament (MP) of the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM), Vipuakuje Muharukua, said his next move is to focus on agriculture, healthcare revitalisation, and educati...
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GIPF hosts investment symposium

Martin Endjala The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) is hosting a Responsible Investment Symposium (RIS) in Windhoek. The symposium, currently underway, aims to tackle broadening hori...
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NamRA records total revenue of N$86 billion

Stefanus Nashama The Namibia Revenue Agency (NamRA) has collected a total revenue of N$86 billion for the 2023/24 financial year which is an increase of N$24.5 billion when compared to the previou...

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Banks profitable, liquid, well capitalised

Developments in the Namibian banking sector has pointed out that the sector remained profitable, liquid and adequately capitalised in 2023, despite a strained economic environment. Board chairpers...
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Civil servants to drive demand side inflation

CHAMWE KAIRA The rise in civil servant wages and the tax reforms enacted on 1 March are likely to support disposable income and increase consumer spending, which will potentially drive demand-side...
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Investors grab Deep Yellow shares

CHAMWE KAIRA Deep Yellow Limited, the Australian company that is developing the Tumas Project in the Erongo region has revealed its offer of fully paid ordinary shares under its Share Purchase Pla...
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Lower inflation not reflected in shopping basket

Inflation maybe slowing in the country but this won’t reflect in shopping baskets. Inflation has dropped from an average of 5,9% in 2023 to 4.9% in 2024. But Simonis Storm Security noted that it i...
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Nictus records positive results

CHAMWE KAIRA Nictus Holdings Limited has disclosed that the first six months of the 2023 financial year, the group exceeded profits of the comparative period by 57%. The group said even within ...
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Credit bureau reports and scores

PATRICIA LOUW In the ever-evolving world of personal finance, understanding your credit bureau report is vital to making informed financial decisions. Your credit bureau report is a snapshot of yo...