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27 October 2023

– Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila has implored financial and insurance companies to be transparent and truthful with their clients. The Prime minister called for the training of the public on...
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26 October 2023

– The Bank of Namibia Monetary Policy Committee has decided to leave the repo rate unchanged at 7.75% and the prime rate at 11%.  – Workers at a South African...
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25 October 2023

– The Namibia Revenue Agency says the construction sector owes it N$2.6Billion in tax arrears. Online magazine, The Brief reports that the agency’s database indicates that 14 330 construction companies...
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24 October 2023

– Namibia has been awarded with the Champion of Press Freedom in Africa Award at the 10th International Festival of Freedom of Expression and Press in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. –...
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23 October 2023

– Namibia President Dr. Hage G. Geingob has departed for Brussels, Belgium to participate and deliver a statement at the European Union inaugural Global Gateway Forum and the first EU-Namibia...
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13 October 2023

– Telecom Namibia, NPTH and the Namibia Public Workers Union concluded the 2022/2023 wage and salary negotiations that provides for an inflationary adjustment of 4% across the board for all...
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12 October 2023

– The Ministry of Information and Communication Technology and Salt Essential IT has officially launched the first ever iSecureBot, a WhatsApp Info Bot that provides cybersecurity awareness and education.  –...
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11 October 2023

– The Chief Executive Officer of the Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia, Emilia Nghikembua, said CRAN is working on a study that will be issued to the Ministry of Information...
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10 October 2023

– The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia says Namibia falls short in cybersecurity measures, making the country vulnerable to cyber crimes. Online magazine, The Brief reports that this comes as...
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09 October 2023

– Namibia’s trade deficit widened by 17% during the month of August to 4.9 billion compared to 3.7 billion and N$4.1 billion recorded in July 2023 and August 2022, respectively. –...
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04 October 2023

– The Electricity Control Board of Namibia says Regional Electricity Distributors are not to blame for high electricity tariffs. The ECB says the high tariffs are due to generation and...
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03 October 2023

– The Windhoek municipal council has approved a plan to electrify approximately four thousand households in Windhoek’s informal settlements over the next five years. – Kenya’s government will abolish all...
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