The Business Report is now a daily magazine programme. With a daily 'Lead Story' and other rotating features, we'll continue to 'shine a light' on the Namibian economic environment, while taking a 'deeper dive' into topics such as mining, trade, agriculture, technology, tourism, and investments. The ‘Spotlight’ feature you've come to love will still air along with the ‘Weekly Economics Wrap’, and we still bring you our daily ‘Biz News’ bulletin too.
English NamibiaBusiness · Business NewsAuthored by Gary Stroebel
David speaks to CRAN's Manager for Consumer Relations and Advocacy, Hilia Mhani, and Manager for Dispute Resolution and Enforcement, Maria Uushona, about the looming deadline and what will happen to those who have not registered their SIMs by 31 December 2023.
Angie speaks to Electricity Control Board CEO, Robert Kahimise about plans to adjust tariffs for 11 distribution licensees by the end of the month due to the majority of them failing to apply for these adjustments.
In the Lead story, Gary speaks to Quinton Van Rooyen Junior, the Deputy CEO of Trustco about the third successful renewal of its Environmental Clearance Certificate for the Lafrenz Industrial Township Development.
Gary speaks to Trustco's Quinton van Rooyen Jr about having obtained the third renewal of the Enviroment Clearance Certificate regarding their current Industrial property development in Lafrenz, and the expansion to Phase 3 of this development.
Business consultant, entrepreneur, trainer, and co-author of "Entrepreneurship Made Easy", Jose Kahuna, provides tips and tricks on how to manage your money and grow your wealth in this series of personal finance talks.
The Ministry of Environment, Forestry, and Tourism says Namibia could generate at least 1.5 billion tonnes of biomass from the 45 million hectares of the country that is bush encroached. Minister Pohamba Shifeta, said to date, nearly 2 million tonnes of biomass are harvested every year, translating into thousands of…
Livestock and crop farming are increasingly under threat from risks such as drought and it has become essential for farmers to explore diversification options to sustain their farming ventures. Hanks Saisai, Technical Advisor at the Agricultural Bank
The Retirement Funds Institute of Namibia will host its 16th annual Conference from 21-22 September 2023 at Droombos, Angie speaks to Yvette Mtolo-Phiri the Institute's Chairperson about the conference.
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