Super User

Super User

The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) says its recent decision to order Mobile Telecommunications Ltd (MTC) to share its infrastructure with MTN Namibia was influenced by an independent assessment conducted by the Authority, which concluded that MTC had excess capacity on its network and thus was in a position to share its infrastructure.

The Namibia Statistic Agency's inaugural COVID-19 Household and Job Tracker Survey published on Wednesday revealed that COVID-19 legislative restrictions on the sale of alcohol, curfews, and closure of businesses such as gyms and restaurants, led to income and jobs losses.

Global Credit Rating (GCR), in its recent review of Bank Windhoek, affirmed the Namibian long and short-term issuer ratings of Bank Windhoek Limited at AA(NA)/A1+(NA).

A UK company aims to provide off-grid solar power to 20 million people in Nigeria, Africa’s most populous nation, where less than half of the population have access to electricity.

Privinvest Group said Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi was served on October 19 with the company’s litigation claims in the High Court of London.

A blowout first quarter has brought Microsoft  back into contention in the race for the world’s most-valuable listed company.

NamPower says it is currently in the process of extending the generation licence of its 49-year-old Van Eck Power Station by another 10 years in an effort to improve electricity supplies in the country.

Oryx Properties Ltd (ORY) released their FY21 results on 10 September 2021, reporting a N$10mn profit from prior year loss N$157.6mn, with total comprehensive loss reduced to N$32.1mn (PY: N$88.4mn loss).

Hertz Global Holdings, barely four months out of bankruptcy, placed an order for 100 000 Teslas in the first step of an ambitious plan to electrify its rental-car fleet. Tesla’s shares soared, pushing the automaker’s value past $1 trillion for the first time.

Sipho Pityana, lead director at Absa Group, is suing part of South Africa’s central bank for stymieing his appointment as the chairman of the country’s third-largest lender.