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#BusinessToday | Walvis Bay Salt Refiners exports 50 000 ton salt to USA

by editor1 / Jan 25, 2018 / 0 comments

-Walvis Bay Salt Refiners (WBSR) exported its first 50 000 ton consignment of salt to the United States of America.

#BusinessToday | Namibians encouraged to make savings and investments a habit

by editor1 / Jan 18, 2018 / 0 comments

-Namibians are encouraged to make savings and investments a habit as it has the ability to relieve them from financial pressure in the long run.

#BusinessToday | African education institutions need to align training

by editor1 / Jan 18, 2018 / 0 comments

-African education institutions should cater for the needs of industries, if Africa is to realise its dream of industrialisation.

#BusinessToday | Africa Development Bank to partially fund railway line upgrade

by editor1 / Jan 18, 2018 / 0 comments

-Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Works and Transport, Willem Goeieman says the planned upgrade of the railway line between Walvis Bay, Arandis and Kranzberg is scheduled to start in June 2018.

#BusinessToday | Sand mining remains serious concern

by editor1 / Jan 16, 2018 / 0 comments

-Sand mining remains a serious concern to the Environment and Tourism Ministry.

#BusinessToday | NNFU concerned about low agricultural production

by editor1 / Jan 16, 2018 / 0 comments
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-The Namibia National Farmers Union (NNFU) is concerned about low agricultural production and agro-processing, as agriculture remains the engine of the Namibian economy.

#BusinessToday | NASAWU warns fishing right holders with no land-based factories

by editor1 / Jan 16, 2018 / 0 comments

-The Namibian Seamen and Allied Workers Union (NASAWU) says fishing right holders who have failed to launch land-based factories should lose their quotas.

#BusinessToday | Zimbabwe works towards own currency

by editor1 / Jan 16, 2018 / 0 comments

-Zimbabwean President, Emmerson Mnangagwa said his country is working towards having its own currency.

#BusinessToday | Young entrepreneurs start solar business to address shack fires

by editor1 / Jan 13, 2018 / 0 comments

-Shack fires in rural and informal areas of Namibia have been escalating over the years and most of these fires are related to the use of candles.

#BusinessToday | Namibia lifts ban of Belgium poultry products

by editor1 / Jan 11, 2018 / 0 comments

-Namibia has lifted a ban on all imports of live poultry and birds, as well as poultry products, from Belgium which was put in place in June 2017.

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