Eos Capital thinks infrastructure

Leading private equity firm specialising in buyouts, growth capital, industry consolidations and recapitalisations, Eos Capital, has arrived on the Namibian [...]

Why Namibia is not among the top 2018 RMB Investment spots in Africa report

Egypt has knocked South Africa (SA) from its long-standing top spot regarding investments in Africa, according to a recently released Rand Merchant Bank [...]

Oshikuku plans growth

Oshikuku’s long term plans of setting itself apart as the premier alternate residential town to Oshakati and Ongwediva is taking firm ground with a new [...]

Road to infrastructure growth is through liberalisation- FNB Namibia

The Namibian government has a lot on its plate to foot the N$69 billion required to meet the  National Development Plan 5 (NDP5) where N$25 billion is [...]

Almod: Namibian diamond’s crowning moment

The Namibian diamond-cutting and -polishing industry, just like any other in Africa, has over the past decade been in distress. In recent years many of the [...]

NAMDIA: Deals many African countries failed

Introduction and background The Government of The Republic of Namibia (GRN) and De Beers have been longstanding partners in the diamond industry since 1994 [...]

Afrox expands Mozambique – Maputo business

Afrox, sub-Saharan Africa’s leading industrial gases and welding company, is expanding existing operations in Mozambique to support current customer demand [...]

Airbus deal needs further scrutiny-Geingob

  By Donald Matthys STATE HOUSE—The Namibian government will discuss the technicalities involved in the proposal by the French company, Airbus [...]

Langer Heinrich in Paladin dispute

    Windhoek-Paladin Energy Limited plans to start arbitration proceedings against CNNC Overseas Uranium Holdings Ltd (CNNC Overseas) amid [...]