In this edition of Procurement Tracker we look at at what a recent investigation report said about TransNamib’s procurement practices. In addition, the governance risks in the upstream petroleum sector are put under the spotlight. The bulletin also gives an update on the recent controversial health tenders.
This QER for the first quarter of 2022 looks at economic developments in Namibia between January 1 and March 31, and includes a special focus on Namibia’s recent investment summits. This short feature examines the available data and information on Namibia’s investment climate and asks whether Namibia’s current approach to investment promotion is working.
This new edition of the Economy Watch bulletin looks at growth forecasts for the world and the region, as well as the prospects of recovery for the Namibian economy. The bulletin also takes a closer look at oil and fuel price trends.
Namibia’s natural resources can be a great source of income. But is the extraction of our wealth being governed well enough?
THE non-transparent manner in awarding mining licences and the failure to explain changes of ownership contribute to corruption in Namibia.
The Republikein reports on the Transparent Oil website.
This report from the Namibia Economist includes some details on the process in creating our Transparent Oil website , and discusses how it was replicated in other countries in Africa.
Our New website lets you easily access information about Petroleum licenses and who owns them
An Economy Watch presentation on the pros and cons of the oil price for Namibia
The latest summary of developments affecting the Namibian economy looks at oil, inflation, crops and commodities