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Mineral exploration company Iron Bull Mining is positioning itself to capitalise on an expected copper supply squeeze through its copper development in northern Namibia and also aims to lead the development of Africa’s next big copper basin.

 David Nuyoma (59) is retiring from the country's biggest pension fund, a satisfied man. 

Kraatz, a subsidiary of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group has signed a one-year substantive agreement with the Metal and Allied Namibian Workers Union (MANWU).

 Port of Walvis Bay has facilitated the export of 25 000 tons of lithium ore to China with an additional 50 000 tons expected to be shipped later this month, port operator Namport has revealed. 

Namibia is in the process of developing a consolidated national Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) strategy and to increase the sector’s contribution to the national economy by means of advancing innovation and future technologies, President Hage Geingob has said. 

The Bank of Namibia has announced plans to review its legislative framework to create a suitable environment for the Central Bank's Digital Currencies (CBDCs) and Virtual Assets. 

The Reserve Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) cranked up the benchmark repo rate by 75 basis points to 6.25% on Thursday to rein in consumer inflation which, prior to August, appeared to be hurtling towards 8%.

Pick n Pay Namibia has ruled out plans to launch an additional supermarket brand in the country to cater for middle-income market consumers due to market size and cost implications. 

 Namibia is moving to cap mineral royalties at 10% to allow the country to benefit from its natural resources. 

Minister of Finance Iipumbu Shiimi has tabled the Cheque Bill in Parliament to mark a final end of Cheques as a mode of payment.

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