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TransNamib and the National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor), have signed a 5 year, rail transport agreement, a deal which will see more petroleum products moved by rail.

African Rainbow Capital Investments is planning to expand its portfolio and has entered negotiations to add a fintech conglomerate to the group.

Deloitte Africa has been named Africa Tax Firm of the Year by the 2021 International Tax Review (ITR) Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) Tax Awards.

Aim-listed Kazera Global has entered into an offtake agreement for the sale of all tantalum produced from its mine in Tantalite Valley, in Namibia, following the conclusion of its plans to start tantalum production at the mine.

The country’s inflation rate for August 2021, increased by 3.4% compared to 2.4% recorded in August 2020, attributed to food, non-alcoholic beverages and transport, the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) announced on Wednesday.

British billionaire, Harvey Boulter, who is currently awaiting trial in Namibia for the murder of his farm manager, is being sued in the UK with his Lawyer over the disappearance of N$1.3 billion of investors’ money.

Meatco says it has started scouting for new clients in the United States, citing high beef prices offered in the country.

The Ministry of Finance has announced that its has terminated medical aid benefits to 15 162 retirees that had failed to comply with government regulations when it comes to re-registration for the Public Service Medical Aid Scheme (PSMAS) after retirement.

The Ministry of Health has finally received its consignment of 108 000 doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine which were initially expected in the country last week.

President Hage Geingob has revealed that only 9% of the Namibian population is fully vaccinated.