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Economy (174)

President Hage Geingob has left Windhoek for Davos , Switzerland, where he will attend his inaugural World Economic Forum Annual (WEF) meeting.

As Europe struggles to decarbonise its economy and wean itself off Russian oil and gas, one of the world's sunniest and most arid nations is pitching itself to the continent as an answer to its problems.

The past two years have put into sharp focus the need to build economies that are resilient to shocks such as those brought about by global pandemics.

O'Brien Hekandjo has been appointed Acting Chief Executive Officer for the City of Windhoek for three months.

Agriculture minister Calle Schlettwein says the law should take its course on anyone caught offside trading in counterfeit goods.  

The Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Angola (CCIA) have launched the Namibia-Angola Business Forum.

Namibia has launched a two-year European Union (EU) twinning funded project with the Namibia Standard Institution (NSI) which aims to boost the institution's capacity to carry out its mandate and increase Namibia's involvement in international trade.

The Namibia Revenue Authority (NamRa) says the bulk of the N$5 million worth of confiscated goods that it recently destroyed did not belong to Namibian nationals.

Namibia has detected two new Omicron sub variants that are driving a surge of COVID-19 infections in South Africa, Health minister Kalumbi Shangula has revealed.

New vehicle sales surged by 20% to 905 in April 2022, compared to 755 units sold in the same period last year, latest figures show.

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