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Mines minister Tom Alweendo has revealed that government has set up a Green Hydrogen Council, Chaired by Director General of the National Planning Commission, Obeth Kandjoze to supervise the implementation of government’s green hydrogen plans.

A new organization which aims to bring together players in the country’s agricultural sector, the Namibian Chamber of Agriculture (NCA) is planned.

Denny Kalyalya has been reinstated as Governor of the Bank of Zambia, a year after he was controversially dismissed by the former president. In a statement published September 27, newly elected President Hakainde Hichilema announced the appointment with “immediate effect”.

Catalyst Investment Managers, is one of six managers who are a part of the Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) incubation programme, which commenced in 2019, aimed at addressing the need for active beneficial participation of Namibian professionals in the asset management industry, expand on their capacity within Namibia and bring in expertise with the necessary skills to mainstream asset management.

If you are in Namibia and had set your sight on opening a franchise of  McDonald’s, Wimpy, Steers, or RocoMamas restaurant, here's how much it will cost you.

NamWater is in the process of installing pre-paid water meters in 15 towns which have struggled to service their debts with the water utility, which is currently owed more than N$1.4 billion in total by its customers.

Namibia is currently investigating the origins of 152 containers of timber which were intercepted at the Port of Walvis Bay by the recently established Port Control Unit.

Paratus Namibia Holdings says it has started with the construction of a data centre, with the project slated for completion in the third quarter of 2022 and expected to cost N$123 million.

The Namibia Airports Company (NAC) says the aviation industry is on the mend after a downturn due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, with the airports operator recording a 54% increase in passenger movements between the months of July and August 2021.

Namibia has received 100,620 doses of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines donated by the United States of America.