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Namibia: Country Profile

Area: 824,269 sq. km
Population: 2,1 million (2011 census)
Capital city: Windhoek
People: 12 major indigenous ethnic groups, including the San;small white (primarily German, Afrikaans and English-speaking) minorities
Languages: English (official), Afrikaans, German; several indigenous languages
Religion(s): predominantly Christian
Currency: Namibian dollar (pegged to the South African rand)

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Namibia: Lawyers Claim Trustco Not Honouring Debts - AllAfrica.com
Namibia : Lawyers Claim Trustco Not Honouring Debts AllAfrica.com Several lawyers who have been doing work for Legal Shield policyholders after receiving instructions from Trustco Insurance have told The Namibian they and their clients have been left in the lurch by the company, after it fa...
Businesswomen shortlisted for awards - Namibian
Businesswomen shortlisted for awards Namibian She said funds from their main sponsors Telecom Namibia , Bank Windhoek and Jaguar Windhoek will be utilised to organise the awards event, the compilation of a visual production of the nominees at the awards evening, and sending the winner to an&nbs...
Namibia: Nasria Expected to Be Role Model SOE - AllAfrica.com
Namibia : Nasria Expected to Be Role Model SOE AllAfrica.com FINANCE minister Calle Schlettwein says government expects the National Special Risks Insurance Association to be one of the leading role models in the state-owned enterprises' performance targets. He said this on Thursday eveni...
Uganda: Sanlam Moves to Take-Over Lion Assurance - AllAfrica.com
Independent Uganda: Sanlam Moves to Take-Over Lion Assurance AllAfrica.com Kampala ? South Africa-based financial services firm, Sanlam, controls just 2% of Uganda's insurance business but it has shown its determination to upgrade its market share with the planned acquisition of Lion Assur...
Penalties haunt fuel storage project - Namibian
Penalties haunt fuel storage project Namibian Cabinet documents obtained by The Namibian , estimate that the project will cost over N$5,6 billion, including N$955 million in penalties for the lack of foreign exchange insurance , around N$200 million for delaying the implementation of the contr...
Namibia reduces limit on overseas investments by money managers - Reuters
Namibia reduces limit on overseas investments by money managers Reuters Namibia has around 110 billion Namibian dollars ($8.1 billion) invested in South Africa in the form of pension funds, long-term insurance and other investments, President Hage Geingob told an investment meeting in Jo...
Jimmy Kimmel Doubles Down on Criticism of Health Care Bill - New York Times
New York Times Jimmy Kimmel Doubles Down on Criticism of Health Care Bill New York Times After Jimmy Kimmel excoriated Senator Bill Cassidy on Tuesday for proposing a health care bill that would leave many children with caps on their insurance coverage, he was met with a strong backlash from c...
Domestic asset requirements increase to 40 percent - New Era
New Era Domestic asset requirements increase to 40 percent New Era These amendments, which will apply to financial institutions like banks, insurance companies and pension funds, will lift the domestic asset requirements from the current 35 percent to 40 percent by January 2018, 42.5 percent b...
New prosthetic foot and shoe return maimed boy to normal life - Namibia Economis...
Namibia Economist New prosthetic foot and shoe return maimed boy to normal life Namibia Economist His pligth came to the attention to Hollard Insurance who arranged for Godfried to travel to Windhoek where he consulted Dr Norman Campbell of Advance Orthopaedics Namibia . More goodwill came fr...
Namfisa hosts IAIS regional seminar - New Era
New Era Namfisa hosts IAIS regional seminar New Era Windhoek-The Namibia Financial Institutions Supervisory Authority (Namfisa), as an associate of the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS), will host Namibia's first cross-border insurance regulatory and superviso...
 
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