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World-first mobile biometrics console at Securex

Local biometrics firm Ideco will showcase its new all-in-one mobile biometrics unit at Securex from 24-26 May 2016. The solution was recently launched at the connectID 2016 conference and expo in Washington, US.

24 May 2016

Stanbic Bank launches Pan-African search for success stories

Stanbic Bank is encouraging people living in Uganda, Namibia, Malawi, Swaziland, Zambia and Botswana to look for inspiring success stories and nominate community-based projects for cash donations to acknowledge local nation-builders.

20 Nov 2005

NAB adds two Namibian dailies to its bouquet

The Newspaper Advertising Bureau (NAB) has signed up two well established Namibia-based daily newspapers, 'Republikein' and 'Allgemeine Zeitung', predominantly serving Afrikaans and German speakers.

16 Nov 2005

Bussing in branding for Multichoice

MultiChoice Namibia literally took to the streets with its latest advertising campaign which was conceptualised together with advertising agency Ogilvy Namibia, a partner agency within the Ogilvy Africa network. The campaign makes use of a fleet of eight branded buses as an alternative to traditional outdoor advertising in the Namibian market.

19 Oct 2005

Windhoek grabs Gold

Namibia Breweries has received four awards at this year's annual Deutsche Landwirtschafts Gesellschaft (DLG Society) in Berlin. This first-time entry won a Gold Award for Windhoek Lager and Windhoek Draught with two Silver Awards going to Windhoek Light and Tafel Lager.

11 Oct 2005

MultiChoice launches DTT in Namibia

A new digital broadcast system will bring remarkably better television signals to Namibians in Windhoek when it is launched in mid-February by DSTV. The system uses the same frequencies as the current analogue transmission, but provides much clearer pictures and better audio quality.

20 Feb 2005

Is 'German engineering' what you want for your beer?

As an 'old' Namibian, I couldn't resist writing about the Windhoek Lager ad, "German engineering where you need it second most..." The "Windhoek" ad capitalises on this instant recognition with a luxury car manufacturer's slogan and the borrowed and re-worked pay-off line is certainly humorous for those in the know. Yet, I am in two minds about it.

By Dr Kay Brügge 20 Jan 2005

Ogilvy Africa training programme graduates

Ogilvy Africa recently hosted its 2004 Africa Training Programme (ATP) that saw 29 delegates coming together from Angola, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, Ghana, Mauritius, Malawi, Zambia, Congo, Uganda, Ogilvy Durban, Ogilvy Cape Town and Ogilvy Johannesburg at the Ogilvy offices in Johannesburg.

20 Oct 2004

Ogilvy Africa's ''media road into Africa''

Ogilvy Africa recently hosted a successful media workshop that saw 25 senior media planners coming together from Angola, Malawi, Botswana, Mozambique, the DRC, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Nigeria and South Africa.

29 Sep 2004

Brewing up a new brandhouse

Diageo, Heineken and Namibia Breweries have announced that their new joint venture company in South Africa will trade under the name of 'brandhouse'. The new company combines the sales, marketing and distribution of some of the world's top premium brands in this fast growing sector in South Africa.

7 Jul 2004

New study on Southern African media laws launched

The Nelson Mandela Institute has published a new study on media laws in four southern African countries. "SADC Media Law: A Handbook for Media Practitioners" gives an overview of media laws and journalistic practices in Malawi, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

13 Jan 2004

UUNET's streaming web ads a world first

Internet-based network service provider, UUNET SA, will be running a 2Mb line from Johannesburg connecting with Cape Town, Botswana and Namibia which will enable real-time, live streaming Webcast advertisements from UUNET offices around Africa during the Cricket World Cup (CWC) matches.

6 Feb 2003

Dismay over Namibian TV censorship

Nambian television viewers and the political opposition are strongly protesting a move by President Sam Nujoma to ban the screening of foreign TV shows featuring sex and violence.

7 Oct 2002

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