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The country has exported fish worth N$6.2 billion in seven months, a 1.3% increase from N$6.1 billion recorded the same period last year, latest statistics show. 

Namibia’s contentious classification as an upper-middle-income nation by the World Bank will result in the country missing out on a new deal to export goods duty free to the United Kingdom, The Brief has established.

A collaborative energy approach, like that of the European Union (EU), is needed in Southern Africa, says Namibia’s presidential economic advisor James Mnyupe.

Central banks worldwide are using aggressive interest rate hikes to lasso galloping inflation, at the risk of pulling down the global economy with it.

Botswana, a top beef exporter to the European Union, plans to slaughter 10,000 cattle to curb an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease, a minister said Monday.

South African multinational mobile telecommunications company MTN Group no longer has a presence in Namibia after selling off its interest to its local partners, The Brief can exclusively reveal.

Trevali Mining has been granted a sales and investment solicitation process (SISP) order by the British Columbia Supreme Court to dispose its 90% stake in Rosh Pinah mine.

Air Namibia liquidators are struggling to find buyers for the defunct national airline’s remaining assets more than a year after it went bust, Finance Minister Iipumbu Shiimi has said. 

Two ministries have been dragged to court together with the Offshore Development Company, the Namibia Development Corporation, and the Namibia Industrial Development Agency (ODC) for failing to pay over N$40 million to architects. 

Petrosol has been given a contract to develop a fully fledged service station at the Elisenheim Lifestyle Estate. 

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