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Bank Windhoek applauds those fighting on the Covid-19 frontlines

2 weke gelede | Bankwese

STAFF REPORTER Bank Windhoek staff members dressed in white on Friday, 12 February, in appreciation of healthcare frontline workers fighting Covid-19.According to the World Health Organisation, going to work during the Covid-19 pandemic has placed...

Who runs the world? Girls!

3 weke gelede | Bankwese

STAFF REPORTER To recognise accomplishments of the transformation agenda in the financial sector, the Bank of Namibia hosted an event under the theme ‘Celebrating Female Leadership in Banking’. The event took place on Monday,...

Bank Windhoek donates funds to Khomas Medical Centre Auas...

3 weke gelede | Bankwese

STAFF REPORTERBank Windhoek Lifestyle Branch manager Johan Berry recently handed over N$5 000 to Khomas Medical Centre Auas Hills. Speaking at the handover, Berry said Bank Windhoek was committed to improving the well-being of the...

Empowering Namibian women

1 maand gelede | Bankwese

STAFF REPORTER Forty-eight mentors and mentees will officially kick off this year’s Katuka mentorship programme in Windhoek on Wednesday, and well-known human resource specialist Sabine Ruegg will conduct a three-day orientation programme.Sponsored by Bank...

Bank Windhoek helps fight hunger

1 maand gelede | Bankwese

Staff ReporterBesides causing a variety of devastating disruptions to livelihoods and economies worldwide, the outbreak of Covid-19 in 2020 placed many countries in overwhelming levels of hunger. The United Nations World Food Programme reported that...

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Five money management principles to start 2021 on the...

1 maand gelede | Bankwese

The new year is upon us and brings new energy and opportunity for us to put in place or relook our financial plan for the...

N$450 miljoen se Covid-lenings vir SME’s

1 maand gelede | Bankwese

Die Ontwikkelingsbank van Namibië (DBN) het pas aangekondig dat hy Maandag Covid-19-sakeverligtingslenings aan SME’s bekend gaan stel. Dit volg nadat DBN ‘n leningsooreenkoms van N$450...

Growing relevance of the informal market

2 maande gelede | Bankwese

Frans Uusiku, Market Research Manager, FirstRand Namibia The economic landscape has evolved in recent times and is becoming increasingly characterised by changing consumer tastes and...

Growing relevance of the informal market

2 maande gelede | Bankwese

Frans Uusiku, Market Research Manager, FirstRand Namibia The economic landscape has evolved in recent times and is becoming increasingly characterised by changing consumer tastes and...

Bank Windhoek wins best retail bank

2 maande gelede | Bankwese

STAFF REPORTER Bank Windhoek was named the best retail bank in Namibia by the London-based Global Banking and Finance Review, a leading international financial portal...

Bank of Windhoek

2 maande gelede | Bankwese

Global and regional outlook Based on the latest IMF’s World Economic Outlook (WEO) for October 2020, the global economy is expected to contract during 2020,...

Financial tips for young adults

3 maande gelede | Bankwese

Llewellyn Winkler Although student debt can be significant, and the desire to take advantage of one's youth can lead to some reckless spending, the beginning...

Small savings can go a long way

4 maande gelede | Bankwese

You don’t have to put away thousands to see the benefit of savings.In fact, starting small will not only give you the confidence that saving...

Hints to get your mortgage approval

4 maande gelede | Bankwese

Trying to buy a house without a plan in place can be a challenging situation. As a first-time homebuyer, you will need to prepare in...

Eelu appointed as Bank Windhoek Outapi branch manager

4 maande gelede | Bankwese

STAFF REPORTER Bank Windhoek’s executive officer of retail banking services, James Chapman, this week announced Lioni Eelu as the bank’s new Outapi branch manager, effective...