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Southern Africa's transport operators are facing several challenges, but among the chief concerns is the rising cost of jet fuel.

Facebook is re-christening itself Meta Platforms, decoupling its corporate identity from the eponymous social network mired in toxic content, and highlighting a shift to an emerging computing platform focused on virtual reality.

Wilma Kamati is an executive committee member of the GIPF National Pensioners Association of Namibia (NAPAN). She serves on the Khomas Region team, and started her career as teacher at the age of 21. After 39 years of service, meeKamati retired and has since not regretted it.

The rainy season is around the corner and most farmers anticipate good rainfall this season. Sufficient rainfall has several benefits that are crucial for farming activities. Firstly, rainfall promotes the regrowth of rangeland pastures, secondly it provides a source of irrigation for crop fields and thirdly, it replenishes underground water sources.

City of Windhoek (CoW) Acting CEO,George Mayumbelo, has hit back at concerns that his participation in the panel that conducted interviews for the CoW CEO position was unethical.

Namibian motorists should brace themselves for another fuel hike in November after the Ministry of Mines and Energy announced a price increase of 50 c/litre for petrol and 70 c/litre for diesel on Thursday.

Trigon Metals Inc has entered into a credit agreement with IXM SA for a US$5 million project finance facility to provide the next tranche of funding required for the restart of the Kombat Mine.

The combined net worth of Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos approached $500 billion on Wednesday, fueled by the unrelenting rally in Tesla Inc. shares and a broad surge in tech stocks that sent the Nasdaq 100 to an intraday record.

Heineken NV’s talks to acquire Distell Group Holdings have been prolonged as the South African drinks maker’s second-largest investor is asking for a higher price, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

The Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) says it has formally closed an investigation and subsequent disciplinary inquiries which emanated from alleged transgressions in the approval of loans by seven of its staff members.