Airport Security prioritized by Namibia Airports Company, Namibia Civil Aviation Authority and the Namibian Police

When security measures are effective and efficient, traveller confidence and satisfaction increases and with that, additional revenues for airlines and airports would generated. The Namibia Airports Company (NAC), the Namibia Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) and the Namibia Police (Nampol) are committed to improving the security at Namibia’s airports through a collective effort by the monitoring,…

Nedbank MTB Challenge

Just off the heels of the highly successful Road Challenge, Nedbank Namibia will be hosting the Nedbank Cycle Challenge Mountain Bike (MTB) edition this weekend. The race will take place on Sunday, 25 February at Avis Dam in Windhoek starting at 07h00. Participants of the Nedbank MTB Challenge can take on one of the three…

The Dome switches to solar energy

The Dome in Swakopmund continues to set new benchmarks in Namibia as the country’s premier sporting and lifestyle facility as it last week commissioned a solar photovoltaic installation of 100 kW on its roof which was completed on Tuesday. According to a media statement availed to Nampa on Wednesday, the setup will now cover up…

LEFA application launched

Namibia’s first cab requesting mobile application (app) was launched in the capital on Tuesday. The founder of the app, Melkisedek Ausiku, at the launch said the app was created from a place of concern and care for fellow Namibians who endanger human lives by driving while under the influence of alcohol. “The LEFA app is…

Interest rates remain flat

In line with the FNB Namibia view, interest rates remain unchanged as announced last week by the Bank of Namibia. Daniel Kavishe, Market Research Manager explains: “As a policy tool across the world, interest rates remain Central Banks’ main lever to impact monetary policy within a given country. Theoretically, central banks across the world hike…

Saints cements its dominance

The Bank Windhoek National Indoor Hockey League entered its third week over the weekend with matches played in Windhoek. As it stands, Saints are top of the leagues in both the Men and Women’s First League Divisions. Men’s League Saints and the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST), kicked off the action in the…