The minister of fisheries and marine resources, Bernhard Esau, on Friday inaugurated Namibia''s first crab-processing plant in Walvis Bay.
President Hage Geingob yesterday reiterated his earlier call that engagements between countries should go beyond traditional niceties and focus on achieving common national interests through economic activities, such as increased...
Extensive budget cuts announced by Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein may have its risks, but are vital if the country is to maintain its economic independence.
The Minister of Economic Planning and the Director General of the National Planning Commission, Hon Tom Alweendo was the keynote speaker at the Good Business Awards last week hosted by Development Bank of Namibia.
One of Namibia’s oldest entrepreneurs and business moguls, Frans Indongo, recently launched a new brand identity for his Frans Indongo Group.
Windhoek – Over 500 local and international potential investors are expected to attend the two-day Namibia International Conference titled ‘Invest in Namibia’ scheduled for November 8 and 9 in the capital.
The Namibian government will soon introduce multiple-entry visas for South African businesspeople visiting Namibia, President Hage Geingob told investors in South Africa today.
Hosea Kutako International Airport last week welcomed Ethiopia Airways, the second major international airline to commence commercial flights from there in less than a month.
As part of his KP Africa Initiative, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Kimberley Process (KP) chairman, Ahmed Bin Sulayem, met with Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila in Windhoek to discuss matters related to the Kimberley...
Namibia missed its target of becoming the most competitive economy in southern Africa by 2017, as confirmed by the World Economic Forum’s (WEF’s) latest Global Competitiveness Report.