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27.10.2014

Public Procurement Bill to benefit manufacturing industry

In an effort to reduce Namibian manufacturers concerns on the awarding of tenders, a new Procurement Policy Office to deal with the awarding of tenders will be established by the Ministry of Trade and Industry.   The...[more]


21.07.2014

Expo to zoom in on locally made products

The latest manifestation of the government’s ‘Growth at Home’ industrial drive, the second ever ‘Made in Namibia’ expo, takes place in Windhoek at the end of this month. Expected to bring together approximately 230 local...[more]


16.07.2014

Law amended to empower SMEs

SWAKOPMUND – Government has amended parts of the Tender Board regulations so that local producers and suppliers are given preference when tenderers source goods. This was revealed by Trade and Industry Minister Calle Schlettwein...[more]


01.07.2014

Thieme calls for the support of local businesses

THE newly elected president of the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI), Sven Thieme, has called for the support of local businesses, service providers and producers in order for Namibia to become economically...[more]


01.07.2014

Electricity rates go up in Erongo

ELECTRICITY users in Erongo will see a 10,2% increase in the electricity tariff as from tomorrow, Erongo RED’s CEO Robert Kahimise announced on Friday. There will, however, be no increase in the tariff for the approximately 3...[more]


30.06.2014

Windhoek: Dienste word duurder

Windhoek se inwoners sal in die 2014/15-boekjaar weer eens méér vir basiese tariewe moet betaal, om heffings op grootskaalse verskaffing van water en elektrisiteit te dek.Die stadsraad het ’n N$4,1 miljard-begroting voorgestel...[more]


20.06.2014

Fabupharm announces expansion

NAMIBIA’s leading pharmaceutical company, Fabupharm has announced that it has expanded its business with a new range of products expected on the market soon. According to the company’s sales director Carl Brinkmann, the new...[more]


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