Wednesday, July 17, 2024
10:40 PM

  1. Sanlam supports Agra Weaner Championship series with N$75,000 sponsorship
  2. Letshego bolsters information security with new IT Risk Manager, Morgan Beukes
  3. New Beach Soccer Cup beacon of hope for Swakop youth
  4. SADC Parliament legally established as DRC signs agreement amending the SADC Treaty
  5. Boundt family receives new home through Hardap Governor’s social housing programme
  6. Mashare Berries Farm injects more than N$1 million into local regional economy
  7. Rugby squad to take part in 2024 Africa Cup in Uganda
  8. Common ways people become cyber threat targets
  9. Tragic accident claims five lives on B1 road near Tsumeb
  10. ‘Happy art hour’ returns to the National Art Gallery
  11. Local content under spotlight at the Namibia Business Symposium
  12. Nature Foundation’s ‘Farm 2 Education’ initiative to enhance school feeding programme
  13. N$20 million mobile ICU donation to avert possible medical crisis in Walvis Bay
  14. Aquanam agribusiness training programme receives support from SSC
  15. Miller and Janse van Vuuren win Nedbank Namibia’s Rock and Rut XC3
  16. Platform to unite industry leaders, newcomers and seasoned communication professionals launched
  17. Windhoek Central Hospital gets boost of critical medical equipment
  18. Namibia assumes chairmanship of SACU for 2024-2025 term
  19. NamWater Dam Bulletin on Monday 15 July 2024
  20. Agronomic Board receives regional accreditation for agronomic and horticulture products
  21. Communications Regulator hosts key ATU meetings to shape Africa’s telecom future
  22. City of Windhoek notifies residents of water interruptions
  23. 863,872 international tourists welcomed in 2023, marking 87.4% growth
  24. Legal Practitioners Fidelity Fund donates N$168,000 to the Legal Assistance Centre
  25. Government pledges to replace ‘silver houses’ in informal settlements
  26. Monica Geingos honoured for leadership role in Global First Ladies Academy
  27. Namibia and South Africa collaborate on innovative green hydrogen pipeline project
  28. Institute of Pathology boosts national internship programme with N$300,000
  29. Letshego Holdings beefs up customer experience, appoints new manager
  30. Creatives invited to submit short films for CANEX Shorts
  31. Stakeholders to shape national plan for indigenous languages through workshop
  32. Wrap-up of Cabinet business from decisions issued on 09 July
  33. Blood Transfusion Service embarks on donation drive as stocks critically low
  34. We may have to relearn old inflation lessons the hard way
  35. Immigration officials attend workshop to enhance tourism services in the SADC region
  36. Letshego Namibia appoints Digital Transformation and Business Manager to enhance processes
  37. NCCI hosts Business Symposium on Logos Hope library ship
  38. Diaz becomes InnoVent’s second Namibian wind farm
  39. Sanlam extends reach in the north with new branch openings
  40. Vendors seek resolution with City of Windhoek amid confiscation concerns
  41. Immanuel Hawanga appointed GM Capital markets at NAMFISA
  42. Understanding unconscious bias in the workplace
  43. Robotschool: The case for early technology education
  44. Chess popularity gains traction in coastal areas
  45. Dairies introduces winter levy to aid farmers
  46. Agribank commences with the roll-out of drought relief subsidy
  47. Walvis Bay Youth Climate Action Fund launched, call for applications extended
  48. Nedbank sparks collaborative dialogue in oil and gas sector
  49. Discover the Damara Tern: Public Talk at Namibia Scientific Society
  50. Nghipondoka launches Logos Hope book fair
  51. Gladiators gear up for COSAFA Women’s Championship with international friendlies
  52. August 26 apprenticeship initiative empowers youth in clothing production
  53. Picture Gallery of NAMAF’s Media and Stakeholder Engagement
  54. ReconAfrica, NAMCOR spud groundbreaking exploration well in Kavango Basin
  55. DHL Namibia earns “Great Place to Work” certification for 2024
  56. Sven Thieme honoured with Forbes Best of Africa Outstanding Corporate Leadership award
  57. Development finance institutions are exceedingly important for growth
  58. African airlines sees a 14.1% rise in demand for air passenger travel in May
  59. Nedbank Summit energizes green energy collaboration and financing
  60. Regional logistics and transport conference to unlock sub-Sahara Africa’s potential
  61. Healthcare landscape set to transform with envisaged expanded services across districts
  62. Nedbank’s much awaited Citi Dash returns
  63. Annual inflation rate eases to 4.6% in June
  64. Where will the AI Super Cycle lead?
  65. Huawei to train an additional 150,000 people in Sub-Saharan region by 2027
  66. Leading green hydrogen with strategic partnerships and cutting-edge research
  67. MultiChoice encourages public participation in voting for content creators of the year
  68. July marks sarcoma and bone cancer awareness month
  69. NamWater Dam Bulletin on Monday 08 July 2024
  70. Second Organic Food Jam to focus on sustainable agriculture and livestock production
  71. Shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted
  72. Walvis Bay round qualifies top chefs for finals
  73. Franziska Rueeck appointed Director of O&L Finance Trading Board
  74. Stanlib Namibia’s annual InPerspective Roadshow highlights key investing themes
  75. Namibia, Botswana bilateral relations strengthened at SWAiTEX 2024
  76. MSM enterprises boost trade at Whale Festival Art and Craft Market
  77. SWAITEX boosted by presidential presence and bank sponsorship
  78. Shifeta calls for collective action on reforestation at international conference
  79. Whistleblower hotline promotes financial accountability and transparency
  80. Aviation leaders urge tourism boards to expand air routes across Africa
  81. Prizes galore at One Economy YO Financial Literacy workshop
  82. How Namibia continues to pique the interests of the investment world
  83. YALI Alumni Chapter to showcase leadership and innovation at Windhoek Exhibition
  84. !Gawaxab assures stakeholders on Eurobond redemption strategy
  85. Warning on Lumpy skin disease outbreak in Okakarara issued
  86. Different approach needed to change Structural Economy
  87. Gazetted construction agreement provides for compulsory pension fund membership
  88. Biggest brewer drives green targets with supplier partners
  89. Shifeta updates on wildlife protection efforts at National Stakeholder Forum
  90. Government allocates N$365 million subsidy to aid electricity consumers