25 June 2020: Namibia, through the HOPE initiative of FirstRand Namibia, recently handed over N$166 000 consisting of N$60 000 worth of maize, N$24 800 of pasta, N$26 400 of Weetbix, N$40 200 of cornflakes, N$4 300 of juice, and N$11 000 worth of soup packets to vulnerable families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
18 June 2020: FNB Namibia disclosed a necessary health and safety measure action in temporarily shutting down its Swakopmund branch for two days beginning Friday 19 June 2020, as a precaution to protect staff and customers from possible COVID19 infection.
09 June 2020: The FNB House Price Index posted a contraction of 5.9% y/y at the end of March 2020 compared to a contraction of 1.5% recorded over the same period of 2019.
02 June 2020: FNB, through the FirstRand Namibia Foundation Trust, has handed over a monetary contribution of N1.5 million to the Government in response to COVID-19 efforts.
19 May 2020: FNB, Bokomo Namibia and Co-Feed Namibia have partnered on a Food Drive initiative via the FNB Happiness Store which aims at alleviating hunger and assist the most vulnerable of our nation during the current Covid-19 pandemic.
18 May 2020: FNB handed over a donation of N$ 250 000 to the Mondesa Youth Opportunities Trust (MYO) which will be used to further the education of MYO students.
18 May 2020: The FNB Rental Index for the first quarter of 2020 shows that overall residential rent prices rebounded from a two-year negative growth territory.
05 May 2020: FNB and Bokomo Namibia have partnered on a Food Drive initiative via the FNB Happiness Store which aims at alleviating hunger and assist the most vulnerable of our nation during the current Covid-19 pandemic.
28 April 2020: "Over the past few years, FNB Namibia has focused on developing a strong financial service offering, with special emphasis on digitisation, says Rodney Forbes, Executive Officer: FNB Points of Presence.
22 April 2020: - FNB Namibia has announced an interest rate reduction, following the Bank of Namibia's repo rate cut last week of another 100 basis points.
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