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Finance and Public Enterprises Minister Iipumbu Shiimbi on Wednesday tabled a N$84.6-billion National Budget for the 2023/24 financial year.

FlyNamibia has withdrawn its objection made a few weeks ago against the application of planned new airline , FlyEtosha, saying their earnest grievance was borne out as a standard procedure.

The Namibia University of Science and Technology and Tampere University of Finland have taken the next step in their agreement signed more than two years ago to construct and establish an aviation center at Keetmanshoop.

Namibia is set to join Zimbabwe in demanding that all locally mined lithium is processed locally. 

Hospitality establishments nationwide have started to experience the positive effects of Namibia's Oil and Gas sector activities as certain hospitality establishments indicate that pilot projects as well as government’s green hydrogen projects have increased the number of their guests.

The Vedanta Group is hopeful it can amiably resolve its differences with the Indian government over plans to sell Skorpion Zinc in Namibia as part of a larger disposal of its international zinc operations.

First Lady of the United States, Jill Biden, is set to embark on a visit to Namibia and Kenya from Wednesday, February 22nd to Sunday, February 26th, with the aim of strengthening the United States' partnerships on the African continent while advancing shared priorities in the region. 

Namibia and Botswana are set to launch the use of National Identification Documents (ID) as a traveling document, replacing passports for border crossings between the two countries.

The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) has announced that it will suspend monthly benefit payments in March 2023 to all pensioners, spousal and children beneficiaries who have not enrolled on the Fund's new biometric enrollment system by February 28, 2023. 

Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) says the national disruption in voice and data services was caused by a damaged fiber duct due to a power failure, which in turn affected the WACS (West African Undersea Cable) services.