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Namibian Economics to the point - February 2019

01. March 2019, inke - Economics

President Hage Geingob appointed a 15-member commission of inquiry to look into ancestral land claims of inhabitants. The German construction company PolyCare opened its brick-making factory outside Windhoek. Namibia’s central bank kept the repo rate once again at 6.75 percent. Fuel prices also remained unchanged during February. Inflation dropped to 4.7 percent in January, down from 5.1 percent in December, the national statistics agency announced on 13 February. 

Namibian Economics to the point - February 2019

Namibia’s famous contemporary artist - John Muafangejo

15. February 2019, inke - Culture

The National Art Gallery of Namibia (NAGN) is located in Windhoek and well worth a visit. It organises several exhibitions every year reflecting Namibia’s vibrant and dynamic contemporary arts sector. Its permanent art collection is a treasure trove for art lovers from near and far. Many visitors are drawn to several black and white linocuts in a unique style depicting African village life and church scenes. The linocuts include a text, describing the artwork. 

Namibia’s famous contemporary artist - John Muafangejo

Free2Go – Stay at Gondwana lodges at the best prices

15. February 2019, inke - Gondwana Collection

Are you spontaneous and want to spend a few adventurous days exploring Namibia’s natural treasures? And at the same time, enjoy a cosy home away from home and warm hospitality? Gondwana Collection Namibia makes your travel dreams come true and offers unbeatable rates for a delightful stay at Gondwana properties close to Namibia’s main attractions.

Free2Go – Stay at Gondwana lodges at the best prices

Camping2Go: Embracing the Namibian way of life

14. February 2019, inke - Gondwana Collection

Going back to one’s roots has never been easier as with Camping 2Go. After spending an unforgettable day in the desert with the remarkable sights of Sossusvlei and the Sesriem Canyon, it is time to unwind. Relax around a cosy campfire at night with loved ones while listening to the sounds of nature. Wake up to the most spectacular sunrise setting the fossilised dunes ablaze. A total of eight permanent tents, only a stone’s throw away from the Namib Desert Lodge, have been set up for travellers’ convenience.

Camping2Go: Embracing the Namibian way of life

Popular Gondwana Card programme gets exciting upgrades and additions

01. February 2019, inke - Gondwana Collection

Following some confusion over the recent festive season with regards to the benefit and discount structure of the Gondwana Card programme, Gondwana Collection Namibia revisited the Gondwana Card and its original intent. In light of the current economic conditions prevailing in the sub-region, Gondwana Collection Namibia would like to announce certain changes and additions to the Gondwana Card programme.

Popular Gondwana Card programme gets exciting upgrades and additions

Namibian Economics to the point - January 2019

31. January 2019, inke - Economics

Some good rains fell during the first days of January but for the remainder of the month rainfall has been scarce. As in December, petrol and diesel prices have dropped again, this time with N$1.00 and N$0.90 per litre respectively. Namibia’s inflation rate was slightly lower in December 2019 and stood at 5.1 percent, according to the National Statistics Agency. This was attributed mainly to the lower fuel prices. 

Namibian Economics to the point - January 2019

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