Various establishments set up remembrance tables in memory of late President Geingob


The late President Hage Geingob was a key figure in politics and also played a crucial role in shaping the business environment.

nbc News visited various establishments that had set up remembrance tables in memory of him, evoking reflections on his legacy.

These tables were promptly arranged following the news of his passing.

The News team's first visit was to Maerua Lifestyle Centre, where at Super Spar Maerua, an impressive remembrance table was on display.

Business community welcomes FlyNamibia Luderitz route


Business people in Luderitz have welcomed the recent introduction of the flight route by FlyNamibia connecting Eros Airport to the southern coastal town. 

FlyNamibia says the introduction of the new route created opportunities for Namibians and international travellers, providing seamless access to Luderitz and its potential economic expansion. 

Deputy Prime Minister addresses business people at Swakopmund and Walvis Bay


The Deputy Prime Minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah says agriculture remains one of the sectors that can help reduce poverty, improve the living standards of the people and ensure food security for the poor in the country.

Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah addressed a series of business persons' engagements at Swakopmund and Walvis Bay.
Nandi-Ndaitwah says good health and inclusive food systems are critical to achieving the country's development goals and improving people's lives.

Business community called to assist government in building more school hostels


The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Nandi-Ndaitwah called on the business community to assist the government in building more school hostels.
Nandi-Ndaitwah says communities are establishing makeshift hostels because learners walk long distances to school.

Business community urged to promote investment at home and internationally through trade


The Minister of Trade and Industrialisation Lucia Iipumbu has urged the business community to promote investment opportunities at home and internationally through trade.

Ipumbu says as the custodian of business development in the country, the ministry will continue to look at different avenues to assist businesses to develop and grow.

During this financial year, the ministry plans to roll out the limited support programme and facilities aimed at assisting the SME sector to grow.

The programme will kick off with the training of young entrepreneurs.

MIT in collaboration with UNDP engages Zambezi Region business community


The Ministry of Industrialisation and Trade, in collaboration with the Namibia Trade Forum and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), recently held an engagement with the business community in the Zambezi Region.

The engagement involved sensitizing business owners on the opportunities and benefits presented by the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement and sharing information on them.

Namibia's business community urged to familiarise themselves with Liquor Act


The business community has been urged to familiarise itself with the Liquor Act and the National Consumer Protection Policy to protect themselves and their businesses against unfair practices.

The call was made by the Minister of Industrialisation and Trade, Lucia Iipumbu, at a stakeholder engagement dealing with these two legal framework documents.