Business

Another shipment of clinkers

3 days ago - 20 July 2018 | Business

Otis FinckThe provisional port log indicates that another load of 42 000 tons of clinkers arrived in Namibia via the port of Walvis Bay. The shipment arrived onboard the bulk carrier Stellios...

New wash plant for salt-works

4 days ago - 19 July 2018 | Business

Leandrea Louw The groundbreaking of a brand new salt wash plant to the value of N$90 million took place last week at the Walvis Bay Salt Refiners. The new wash plant has the capacity...

Entrepreneurship key to development

2 weeks ago - 06 July 2018 | Business

Adolf KaureThe first ever Swakopmund small and medium enterprise (SME) mini expo was launched last Friday.Speaking at the launch, the Erongo regional governor’s special advisor, Adelheid Kandjala, said that entrepreneurship is vital in boosting the...

Prospective right holders get a helping hand

2 weeks ago - 06 July 2018 | Business

Erongo Marine Enterprises is assisting underprivileged and marginalised communities to exercise their right to apply for fishing rights.This action resulted from the public outcry following the effort by the ministry of fisheries and marine resources...

African Union Cargo expands its horizon

3 weeks ago - 29 June 2018 | Business

Otis FinckAfrican Union Cargo (AUC) moved into new offices at the Eddie van Wyk Building on the corner of Theo Ben Gurirab Street and 10th Road in Walvis Bay. The company’s CEO,...

Construction industry booming

1 month - 22 June 2018 | Business

Otis FinckThe Walvis Bay municipal council approved and recorded building plans to the total value of over N$1,1 billion since November 2015 to December 2017....

Old mine gets new start

1 month - 15 June 2018 | Business

Erwin LeuschnerThe defunct Deblin mine located on the east of Swakopmund is set to start up again at the beginning of 2019. The symbolic ground-breaking...

Namib Hearing celebrates 10 years

1 month - 15 June 2018 | Business

Namib Hearing is a fully Namibian-owned company and was founded by Andre Oechslin in 2007. Oechslin is the owner of Namib Hearing and a hearing-aid...

Local proven to be ‘lekker’

1 month - 01 June 2018 | Business

A great deal of what Strand Hotel Swakopmund’s three restaurants serve to guests are locally produced. “Quail eggs from Chimati Poultry in the Erongo...

New management and maintenance company in Namibia

2 months ago - 10 May 2018 | Business

Peace of Mind Property Management and Maintenance launches in Namibia on 1 April.Lukas Els confirmed that the company head office will be based in Swakopmund,...

Namibian lithium destined for China

2 months ago - 27 April 2018 | Business

SUBBEDErwin Leuschner - The first shipment of lithium ore concentrate from Desert Lion Energy will leave the Walvis Bay harbour in the coming days. ...

Dedicated waterproofing

2 months ago - 27 April 2018 | Business

Coastal Waterproofing is a proudly Namibian company owned by Werner Burger and Martinus du Preez, and is based in Swakopmund. An opportunity presented itself...

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Short-term insurer launched

3 months ago - 20 April 2018 | Business

MMI Holdings Namibia acquired a 70% stake in Quanta Insurance and was rebranded Momentum Short-term Insurance. The official launch took place in Walvis Bay last...

Big deals to be scrutinised

3 months ago - 20 April 2018 | Business

Otis Finck- The municipality of Walvis Bay announced that it will strictly comply with the Financial Intelligence Act (FIA). The municipality said via a...

Attitudes determine quality of customer...

3 months ago - 13 April 2018 | Business

Adolf Kaure The customer service professionals network Namibia (CSPNN) held a customer experience cocktail and networking evening at the Strand Hotel on Friday....

Growing links

3 months ago - 13 April 2018 | Business

The trade relations between South America and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) continue to grow with the Namibian logistics hub concept gaining traction. According...

Made in Namibia Collection shop...

3 months ago - 29 March 2018 | Business

Adolf KaureThe Made in Namibia Collection shop was officially opened in Swakopmund on Independence Day.The shop sells products that are manufactured in Namibia. According to...

Search for uranium could disturb...

4 months ago - 09 March 2018 | Business

Otis Finck If not conducted properly, uranium exploration activities could harm Namibia’s renowned and diverse lichen fields, warns Theo Wassenaar, an ecologist stationed...

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