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.


Diamonds carry Namibia’s economy

Windhoek-Diamonds continue to be the backbone of the Namibia economy while the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) remains a top export earner for the Southern African country, the Namibia Statistics Agency has said in their latest assessment of the Namibian economy. Read more.


Namibian economy contracts by 2.5 percent in first quarter

The Namibian economy further contracted by 2.5 percent in the first quarter of the year despite being poised for an improved performance hinged on better performances by the agriculture sector which in nominal terms expanded to N$3.8 billion from N$3 billion registered in the corresponding quarter of 2020. Read more.


Namibia records N$2 billion trade deficit

Windhoek-Namibia has plunged into a trade deficit of N$2 billion in April despite an increase in exports in the mining sectors as well an increase in the total number of merchandise traded. This is shown in the country‚Äôs latest trade statistics released by the Namibian Statistics Agency (NSA). NSA Statistician General Alex Shimuafeni said the country‚Äôs […]

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