Windhoek-Namibian Minister of Finance Ipumbu Shiimi has taken the fight against contraband goods entering the country as well as stamping illicit financial flows to another level after launching a sophisticated container terminal at Walvis Bay Port. Read more.
Windhoek-Namibia's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has improved by 1.6 percent, the latest financial statistics released by the Namibian Statistics Agency (NSA) here on Thursday shows. Read more.
Windhoek-Namibia has significantly narrowed its trade deficit with other African countries from N$4.8 billion in June 2021 to N$3.2 billion in July 2021 at a time when leaders in the continent are pushing for intra- Africa trade. Read more.
with poverty and inequality among hr country populace with key focus on formulating policies and programmes that promote open participation in economic activities. Read more.
WINDHOEK-Namibia has recorded a sharp rise in electrify imports from its neighbours in the Southern African Power Pool (sapp) as the region intensifies efforts for generation and supply of power which is vital for industrialisation. Read more.
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.
Windhoek-Namibia will receive about 40 million Euros financial kitty from Germany to steer research on the possibility of tapping into green hydrogen, the National Planning Commissioner Obeth Kandjoze has said. Read more.
es Rössing Uranium, in operation for the past 45 years are eyeing increased production in the forthcoming year hinged on favourable commodity prices worldwide. Read more.
from the mining industry through taxes and royalties in the last financial year despite the extractive industry experiencing viability challenges. Read more.
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.