Tiri Masawi

is a Business Journalist and Editor for 14 years. He is currently working in Namibia and has written for several Namibian, Zimbabwean, and South African newspapers. He also works as a fixer for BBC in Namibia. He has a firm interest in reading as well as mentoring young journalists in the craft.


Botswana intensify efforts to reboot tourism

GABORONE-Botswana has intensified efforts to reboot the ailing tourism industry battered by the low international tourist visits since the advent of Covid by adopting innovative ways of marketing the country as the jewel of Africa. Read more.


Namibia moots equity fund

Windhoek - Namibian authorities have put plans afloat to launch an equity fund to breathe life into the Small to medium scale enterprises that are currently financially depressed since the onset of Covid-19, 18 months ago.


Namibia flags N$14 billion worth of suspicious transactions

Namibian authorities have flagged about $13.8 billion worth of transactions suspected of being in contravention of the country's anti money laundering and illicit financial flaws legislation Bank of Namibia Governor and Chairperson the Financial Intelligence Centre Johannes !Gawaxab has said. Read more.


Botswana assumes UN ECOSOC post

Gaborone-Botswana has formally become the latest Southern African country to assume the presidency of the United Nations (UN) Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) for the 2022 Session, which will run from July 2021 to July 2022. Read more.

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