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Phasing out of cheques from February

Please note that due to industry regulations, cheques written out after 1 February 2019 will not be accepted. Banks will accept cheques that were written out before 1 February and these will be processed until 24 June. This move...[more]


Annual General Meeting of the NMA and Presentation by Mr Roland Brown of Cirrus Capital

The Namibian Manufacturers Association (NMA) held its Annual General Meeting on 25 October 2018 at the Safari Hotel and Conference Centre in Windhoek. In addition to the normal AGM activities attended to at this meeting, new...[more]


Namibian Manufacturers Association (NMA) and Hospitality Association of Namibia (HAN) enter into MoU agreement

Namibian Manufacturers Association (NMA) and the Hospitality Association of Namibia (HAN) entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The NMA and HAN recognised the need for closer cooperation between the two parties in...[more]


Industrialisation week to increase private sector participation

The third annual Southern African Development Community industrialisation week is expected to broaden the participation of the private sector, youth and women in the implementation of the industrialisation strategy and...[more]


Manufacturer of the Year Award 2017

What has become an annual event the Namibian Manufacturers Association (NMA) hosted its fifth Manufacturer of the Year Awards Gala Dinner on 19 October 2017, at the Safari Hotel and Conference Centre, Windhoek.Download Media...[more]


Manufacturing awards motivate factory owners to stay in the game and grow

Chief Executive of the Namibian Manufacturing Association, Mr Ronnie Varkevisser (left) this week received a pledge from Mr Johan van der Westhuizen, FNB’s Executive Officer for Business, that the bank will sponsor the...[more]


MELTDOWN: Finance Minister seeks to calm nerves

The total expenditure for the current financial year was revised downward by N$4.5 billion to N$61.49 billion as a measure to align the budget to the revised economic and revenue outlook. Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein today...[more]

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