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Savanna Beef Processors is planning to start construction of its new export beef-processing facility in May.

Namibia dropped one place on the global corruption league table to 59 although its score remained the same at 49.

First National Bank (FNB) has been named the "Strongest Banking Brand in the World" in the Brand Finance Banking 500 2023 report.

Thirty-three Gondwana establishments are recipients of the Traveller Review Awards for 2023. 

International ride-hailing company, Yango, has made its entry into the Namibian market with the launch of its services in Windhoek. This move comes as competition in the local market continues to heat up, with established players such as LEFA, TaxiConnect, InDriver, InterCity, Dial a Cab, and City Cab already operating in the area.

The government has launched a new policy which aims to prioritise procurement of its products and services from youth, women, Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) and local manufacturers.

Namibia’s non-bank financial institutions (NBFIs) sector saw its assets stagnating at N$357 billion at the end of the third quarter last year due to weaker performance in the financial markets. 

The town of Luderitz could be on the brink of an economic boom after it was revealed oil majors Shell and TotalEnergies, who are currently conducting appraisal work on their oil discoveries off the coast of Namibia, have heeded government calls for them to use the town as their base of operation and not Walvis Bay.

Mobile Telecommunications Company (MTC) has announced that it has registered 966,000 of its subscribers and expects to register the remaining 1.7 million over the next 11 months using its biometric system, VERIFI. 

 Klaus Endresen, General Manager for the Norwegian oil company BW Kudu, was re-elected as the chairperson of Namibia Petroleum Operators Association (NAMPOA).

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