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Benchmark Retirement Fund (BRF) is now the third largest pensions administrator in Namibia after its assets breached the N$5 billion mark in February this year, The Brief can reveal.

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When people enter into long-term relationships, they often embrace a ‘what’s mine is yours’ approach to sharing their lives with each other.

Competition is set to heat up in Namibia’s renewable energy market, with the entry of Puma Energy’s Future Energies.

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The European Union (EU) has committed to help Namibia benefit from the N$2.6 trillion (€150 billion) EU Global Gateway investment package announced in February at the AU-EU Summit.

Standard Bank, Africa’s largest lender by assets, has named former JSE chair Nonkululeko Nyembezi as the head of its board from the beginning of June.

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The Bank of Namibia and the Ministry of Finance will officially launch Namibia’s Sovereign Wealth Fund on the 12th May 2022.

It costs TransNamib over N$1 million to clear a major derailment, the rail operator CEO Johny Smith revealed in an exclusive interview with The Brief.

The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport)  has appointed Maritime Business and Transport Solutions (MTBS) as transactional advisors in the envisaged concessioning of the New Container Terminal (NCT) at the Port of Walvis Bay.

Paladin Energy says it has raised the targeted N$169 million from a share purchase plan (SPP), with proceeds to be used to restart operations at the Langer Heinrich uranium mine.

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The Bank of Namibia (BoN) says it is currently exploring alternative means of facilitating payments to Russia after some of the Russian banks were expelled from the SWIFT payment platform as part of global sanctions for the on-going Ukraine conflict.