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From Monday 4 October, if travellers are not coming from a red list country and have been fully vaccinated for at least 14 days, they will be able to enter the UK.

Namibia will remain on the United Kingdom's (UK) 'red list', leaving in place restrictions for travel between the two countries.

Vivo Energy Namibia says it will continue with its partnership with Simbisa Brands, owners of fast food brands, Chicken Inn and Pizza Inn at some of its Shell service stations, despite Vivo Energy and Baobab Khulisani having acquired rights through its joint venture business Synergy Foods to manage and operate the KFC business in Namibia.

The City of Windhoek has extended the submission deadline for business proposals under its Windhoek Economic Recovery Initiative (WERI) to the 5th of October, 2021.

It has emerged that 317 people applied for only three vacant executive positions at the City of Windhoek.

TransNamib and the National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor), have signed a 5 year, rail transport agreement, a deal which will see more petroleum products moved by rail.

The Ministry of Finance has announced that its has terminated medical aid benefits to 15 162 retirees that had failed to comply with government regulations when it comes to re-registration for the Public Service Medical Aid Scheme (PSMAS) after retirement.

The FNB Residential Rental Index has posted an annual contraction of 2.3% at the end of June 2021 from the -3.7% recorded at the end of the preceding quarter.

The City of Windhoek has announced that it has registered a company, Nova Actus Holdings (PTY) LTD, to deal with land and housing development in the capital.

Mobile Telecommunications Limited plans to employ 100 temporary employees for four months to assist the company through with its Initial Public Offering (IPO) process, schedule before the end of November, at a cost of N$4.2 million.

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