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The CPBN is a procuring agent, it is therefore of utmost importance for CPBN to collaborate with the Public Entity to execute the procurement. 



ASYCUDA is a computerized customs management system which covers most foreign trade procedures.



The public Service Medical Aid Scheme (PSEMAS) is a benefit available to Government staff members.






FLI is a national platform to enhance financial education for individuals and micro-small- and medium sized enterprises.




30 July 2019

Statements by Hon. Natangwe Ithete during the dividend handover by NamibRe to the Government


24 July 2019

Hon. Calle Schlettein's statement on the Value Added Tax (VAT) Relief to Farmers on Import of Certain products for Prevailing Drought


16 July 2019

Welcoming Statement by Hon. Calle Schlettwein during the official opening of the Workshop on the Implementation of the Procurement Act of 2015, (Act No. 15 of 2015)


16 July 2019

Keynote address by Rt. Hon. Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa Amadhila during the official opening of the of the Workshop on the Implementation of the Procurement Act of 2015, (Act No. 15 of 2015)


12 June 2019

Media Release: Hon Calle Schlettwein attends the 2019 AFDB Annual Meetings in MALABO

Hon. Calle Schlettwein, Minister of Finance is in Malabo, Republic of Equatorial Guinea, to attend the 2019 and the 54th Annual Meeting of the African Development Bank Group, as well as the 45th Annual Meeting of the African Development Fund.


24 May 2019

Media Release:Briefing on Public Debt Management and Public Procurement by Hon Calle Schlettwein, Minister of Finance

"The Ministry of Finance received numerous questions from the Media regarding different aspects of government debt such as debt servicing, government borrowing procedures, the repayment procedure and the redemption strategy for all government debt".


23 April 2019

Press Release: Online Submission of PAYE Returns through ITAS portal

Following the introduction of ITAS, it is expected that submission of monthly PAYE returns must be lodged online, through ITAS portal as from March 2019.


03 April 2019

Public Notice- Scam Alert: Entrepreneurship development funds and financial support program

This notice serves to inform the general public that, it has come to our attention that there is a scam in a form of Hoax emails that is being sent in bulk emails. This malicious scam is purporting that the Ministry of Finance is offering what it termed to be “entrepreneurship development funds and financial support. ( E.D.F.F.S) program�.


27 March 2019

Budget Statement for the Republic of Namibia 2019 by Hon Minister 

"I have the honour to table the Budget for the 2019/20 financial year, a fifth under the administration of His Excellency President Dr Hage Geingob. I table this budget knowing that the current economic situation in our country has caused hardship for many citizens and I thank you all for your forbearance during these difficult times".


26 February 2019

Notice on Claims Received after 180 days from Date of Service

To all Public Service Employee Medical Aid (PSEMAS) members.  


19 February 2019

Public Notice: Non- Public Servants Using PSEMAS cards

The Government of the Republic of Namibia established the Medical Aid Scheme for Public Services Employees (PSEMAS), in terms of Section 35 of the Public Service Act, 1995, (Act 13 of 1995) as well as Chapter K of the Public Service Regulations. The purpose of PSEMAS, is to assist its members in meeting specified medical expenses they incur in respect of themselves and that of their dependants.


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