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15 March 2017 | by Rowland Brown

The Monitor has now fallen for the second consecutive month, indicating a contracting economy. This is in line with national account figures from the Namibia Statistics Agency.

13 March 2017 | by Steven Gruzd

Namibia recently joined the African Peer Review Mechanism, a process by which African countries agree to be evaluated by their neighbours with the goal of improving governance on the continent. …

9 March 2017 | by Klaus Schade

This report looks at the potential for Namibia’s Tourism sector. Tourism is one of Namibia’s most important earners of foreign currency, and is a priority area in the fourth National Development …

27 February 2017 | by Max Weylandt

We discuss some laws that will be discussed, and highlight issues to look out for

21 February 2017 | by Rowland Brown

The Index shows an increase for the second time in a month — the first time this has happened since April 2015. This report looks over the index’s performance over …

20 February 2017 | by Wolfgang Werner

Ahead of the national dialogue on land, this paper looks at the latest draft of the Land Bill. This Bill was the subject of considerable controversy, as government seemed intent …

10 January 2017 | by Rowland Brown

The latest edition of the index finds that the ‘technical recession’ might be short-lived. It appears the index started to stabilise after a downward trend since June. Meanwhile, the drought …

18 December 2016 | by Klaus Schade

The final bulletin of 2016 examines Namibia’s latest poverty rates and the impact of recession.

17 December 2016 | by Klaus Schade

The latest bulletin looks at the Minister of Finance’s mid-year review and Namibia’s performance in the Doing Business rankings

10 December 2016 | by Rowland Brown

A ‘perfect storm’ of domestic and external factors continues to push the Business Climate Index down

6 December 2016 | by Robin Sherbourne

The fourth and newest edition of the most comprehensive and accessible book on the Namibian economy is now available.