Namibia is in the process of developing a consolidated national Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) strategy and to increase the sector’s contribution to the national economy by means of advancing innovation and future technologies, President Hage Geingob has said. 

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The Bank of Namibia has announced plans to review its legislative framework to create a suitable environment for the Central Bank's Digital Currencies (CBDCs) and Virtual Assets. 

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The recent pandemic has put much on hold and in many cases, shown us that platforms to showcase product and services, play a significant role in terms of brand awareness and increasing our service delivery.

Pick n Pay Namibia has ruled out plans to launch an additional supermarket brand in the country to cater for middle-income market consumers due to market size and cost implications. 

 Namibia is moving to cap mineral royalties at 10% to allow the country to benefit from its natural resources. 

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Minister of Finance Iipumbu Shiimi has tabled the Cheque Bill in Parliament to mark a final end of Cheques as a mode of payment.

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The Development Bank of Namibia has turned to the Windhoek High Court to demand a loan repayment of N$11 767 630 from Professional Drilling Solutions.  

Total trade between Namibia and the United Kingdom (UK) reached a high of N$2.4 billion in the 12 months to March 2022, an increase of 7.3% (N$161.4 million) from the previous corresponding period, latest figures show.

The country has exported fish worth N$6.2 billion in seven months, a 1.3% increase from N$6.1 billion recorded the same period last year, latest statistics show. 

Namibia’s contentious classification as an upper-middle-income nation by the World Bank will result in the country missing out on a new deal to export goods duty free to the United Kingdom, The Brief has established.