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Shell Namibia Upstream B.V has entered into a N$1.7-billion contract extension with Northern Ocean for continued work in the country using the Deepsea Bollsta.

The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) has announced plans to auction the 3.5GHz spectrum band for the implementation of 5G networks.

Every month, The Brief will survey in-store prices of the same basket of goods across seven major retailers in Namibia, namely; Shoprite (Independence Avenue), Checkers (Wernhil), Pick n Pay (Wernhil), SPAR (Maerua Mall), OK Foods (Independence Avenue), Woermanbrock (Hyper Khomasdal), and Choppies (Hyper Khomasdal).

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) has announced that it will continue offering its biometric process as a condition of service to its customers, and has to date, registered 1,002,032 SIM cards.

The De Beers Group contributed over N$12.5 billion to Namibia's tax revenue and economy in 2022, the company’s sustainability report has revealed.

The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform has issued a directive for the enforcement of tick control activities at all animal gathering events following the recent outbreak of Crimean-Congo Haemorrhagic Fever (CCHF).

The Minister of Finance and Public Enterprises, Iipumbu Shiimi, says the government is not going to make any funding contribution towards the Hyphen Green Hydrogen project.

Pick n Pay Namibia, a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group, has opened its second Pick n Pay Express Store following its decision to venture into the convenience retail space.

Hyphen Hydrogen Energy, a company appointed to undertake the large-scale clean energy project in the Tsau //Khaeb national park, has committed to making Namibia a net zero country by 2030. 

Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila says the recent disruptions in supply chains, causing shortages and price hikes in basic products, have exposed the vulnerability of Namibia's economy.

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