Bank Windhoek issues first Green Bond

Bank Windhoek, a wholly Namibian-owned commercial bank, reached a milestone on Wednesday, 5 December 2018 when it announced the successful issuance of Namibia’s first Green Bond. This achievement positions Bank Windhoek as the first commercial Bank to issue a Green Bond not only domestically but across the Southern African region. The Green Bond is listed…

Peugeot Opel Assembly Namibia

President Geingob on Wednesday officially launched and unveiled the Peugeot-Namibia plant at Walvis Bay (New Industrial Area, Farm 23, Wanderdunen, Trekope, NDC Building). This follows a signed investment agreement facilitating the joint-venture agreement between Groupe PSA and Namibia Development Corporation (NDC) to assemble OPEL and PEUGEOT vehicles in Walvis Bay. The assembly anticipates achieving a…

NWR looks to Ghana

Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR) has just returned from a marketing and networking session in Ghana aimed at luring Ghanaian visitors to their resorts. The event took place on 30 November 2018 in conjunction with Air Namibia’s local representative who gave attendees the benefits of flying with Air Namibia. The networking session came at the backdrop…

Namibia children’s health organization

The project consists presently of 10 framed posters featuring children that were born premature in the hospital and have overcome their heroic struggle to thrive in daily life, as well as plaques reflecting the poster’s sponsor. Photographs were taken and sponsored by local photographers, Aneen Graupe Photography, Christian Stiebahl Photography and Melanie de la Hunt…

Standard Bank assists Fawena

Standard Bank Namibia on Wednesday donated N.dollars 641 000 to the Forum for African Women Educationalists in Namibia (Fawena) through the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture. Standard Bank’s Head of Marketing and Communication, Magreth Mengo said Fawena remains one of the key corporate social investment beneficiaries of the Standard Bank Namibia Foundation, which is…