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Kalahari Sands Hotel & Casino Namibia

Kalahari Sands Hotel & Casino Namibia

Gustav Voigts Centre, 129 Independence Avenue, Windhoek, Namibia
+264612800000
Namib Diesel CC

Namib Diesel CC

28 Second Street, Walvis Bay, Namibia
+26464203971
Karibib Mining & Construction Company (Namibia) Limited

Karibib Mining & Construction Company (Namibia) Limited

8 Wasserfall Street, Swakopmund, Namibia
+26464415600, +26464415602, +264813087478
Telecom Namibia

Telecom Namibia

9 Luderitz Street, Windhoek, Namibia
+264 61 201 2878
Andres Landscaping

Andres Landscaping

15 Moses Tjitendero Street, Windhoek, Namibia
+26461252447, +264811270631
Ontuli Refrigeration and Electrical Services CC

Ontuli Refrigeration and Electrical Services CC

Unit 16, Khomasdal Industrial Park, Ranonkel Street, Windhoek, Namibia
+264 8124 23673
Nehale Investment CC

Nehale Investment CC

584 Tulbagh Street, Mariental, Namibia
+26463241606, +26463247823

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NAMIBIA TO ACQUIRE MORE FUNDS FROM GERMANY

Finance minister Calle Schlettwein says Namibia will think about getting more cash from Germany to subsidize a few formative undertakings.

Schlettwein said the credits would be sourced through German advancement bank KfW, which has some participation concurrences with the administration.

He made these comments a week ago in a meeting on the sidelines of a gathering between president Hage Geingob, Bank of Namibia representative Ipumbu Shiimi, and the leader of the German national bank (Bundesbank) Jens Weidmann at State Ho...

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Listeria outbreak: SA neighbours ban meat exports

Four countries in southern Africa on Monday took steps against South African chilled meat imports made at a factory found to be the origin of the world’s worst-ever listeria outbreak.

Mozambique and Namibia announced they were immediately suspending imports of the products. Botswana said it was recalling the items “with immediate effect”, while Zambia called on South African retail chains in its country to pull the incriminated goods from local shelves.

Since January 2017, 948 people in South Africa have cont...

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African CEOs to meet in Geneva to discuss investme...

Africa CEO Forum will look at revitalising investment flows into the continent and comes at a time when commodity prices are showing signs of recovery

About 20 South African CEOs are expected to attend the Africa CEO Forum, which, is taking place in Geneva, Switzerland, later in March.

The fifth edition of the forum is due to focus on international investments in Africa. It is running from March 20–21.

The forum will look at revitalising investment flows into Africa and comes when commodity prices are showing ...

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MINING AND TOURISM SECTORS TO DRIVE GROWTH IN 2017
One of Namibia’s leading stock brokerages, Simonis Storm Securities (SSS), expects domestic economic growth for 2016 to be 2.5 percent, down from the 5.3 percent in 2015

The main drivers of this reduced growth include a struggling Fiscus and slower private sector credit extension (PSCE), which have led to significantly slower construction activity.

Construction has been the main private sector driver of the economy over the last three years.

At the same time the looming water crisis has severely affected the manufacturi...

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ONDANGWA TO SPEND N$270 MILLION ON INFRASTRUCTURE
Ongwediva-Ondangwa Town Council will spend more than N$270 million to implement its five-year strategic plan that will include the upgrading of infrastructure such as roads and sewerage systems

In the five-year strategic plan that stretches from 2016 to 2021 the town council indicated it will need about N$275, 044 to impleme...

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TOYOTA TO START SALES OF FUEL CELL BUSES
Toyota Motor Corporation will begin to sell fuel cell buses (FC buses) under the Toyota brand from early 2017

Having already undergone repeated field tests for practical use, the Bureau of Transportation of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government plans to utilise two of these FC buses (model name: Toyota FC Bus) as fixed-route buses.

Toyota plans to introduce over 100 FC buses mainly in the Tokyo area, ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. In view of this, the FC buses will be sold for the first time in Japan in earl...

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