Shoprite made a promise of lower prices. This promise has formed the very foundation of our business, and has helped us grow into Africa’s largest food retailer. Today, with over 500 outlets and 22 million shoppers, we continue to provide many communities with a variety of food products, household goods and small appliances at our lowest possible prices.
Pick n Pay Namibia is a proudly and fully owned Namibian company with a rich heritage that forms part of the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group. In its quest to provide Namibians with innovation and a world-class shopping experience, Pick n Pay Namibia has over the past 21 years established a solid reputation as an exceptional retailer.
When the Model Supermarkets franchise agreement with Woolworths came to an end in 1997, a new agreement was entered into with Pick n Pay and the first store was opened at Wernhil Park in Windhoek. Pick n Pay Namibia applies the franchise concept of the very successful Pick n Pay South Africa Group, which was previously voted the world’s best retailer – an international award recognizing excellence and distinguished service to the retail sector. The retailer’s current footprint includes 22 stores across Namibia offering a variety of quality and premium products at competitive prices.
We are a full-service agency dedicated to enhancing brands within and beyond the O&L stable, delivering the X-factor through purposeful, intelligent, consumer-centric brand experiences.
s a truly African company employing over 6000 people in various sectors, the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) Group is rooted in and committed to Africa, and all her people. Today, O&L is Namibia’s largest privately held Group of Companies, with business interests in food production, fishing, beverages, farming, retail trade, information technology, property leasing and development, marine engineering, steelworks, and the leisure and hospitality industry. With annual revenues of close to N$5 billion making O&L a significant contributor to state coffers, this broad-based group has grown to not only be a significant contributor of GDP in Namibia, but is actively..
Dinapama Manufacturing and Supplies produces about 900,000 pieces annually and this thriving business has the capacity to produce three times of what they are currently producing. With tremendous manufacturing capacity, Dinapama Manufacturing and Supplies manufactures clothing, bags, hats and related products.
Serving a diverse customer base. Dinapama is keen on the export market, with an initial focus on the African market, but also with the aspiration to provide product solutions to the world at large.
DUNAMIS Consulting Engineers and Project Managers is a wholly-owned Namibian company, fully Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) compliant, with 100% of the equity of the company. Founded in 2012, it is an independent company with no obligations to, or ties with any commercial concern which could influence the professional judgment, recommendations or decisions given by the company. It is comprised of a team of partners who are experts in their chosen fields with a staff compliment of more than 10 people. It strives to achieve excellence in all the services it provides and to provide meticulous attention to detail whether the project is large or small.
Penduka was established in 1992. Penduka means “wake-up” in the Oshiwambo language. Penduka’s vision is a world of equal opportunities for all and, their mission statement is to help and empower women and their communities to improve their lives.
Penduka’s operations are based mostly on arts and crafts. They have two departments which include hand-craft production such as batik, sewing, pottery, glass beads, an embroidery group outside Penduka who work from home, and a gift shop that sells the hand-crafts. In addition, Penduka provides accommodation and a conference facility, a restaurant and a venue for all types of events including workshops. One of their attractions is the traditional dancing.
Established in the 1940s, Etosha Fishing Corporation is a leading player in the Namibian fishing industry and considered to be one of the foremost round can production facilities in the world. The company subscribes to the vision “excellence
in food processing” and operates under HACCP compliance and EU Accreditation. Products also comply with NRCS and NSI regulations and standards.
Etosha Fishing is the Namibian home of the iconic Lucky Star canned pilchard and also cans Namibian horse mackerel under its own Efuta Maasbanker brand.
We are particularly proud of our success as an award winning manufacturer.
Dynamic Mobile Solutions (DMS) is 100% proudly Namibian owned, as well as the leading short message service (SMS) and unstructured supplementary service data (USSD) solutions provider in Namibia via mobile technology. DMS specialises in SMS communication and marketing and is the partner of choice in Namibia. DMS offers various solutions via SMS and USSD – from notifications, surveys and premium-rated short codes, to targeted database marketing. DMS has a highly competent and committed team with industry knowledge, customer insight and exceptional business ethics. DMS has been fully operational since 2007 and services over 80 clients ranging from bulk SMS-only clients to government institutions, parastatals and private corporates. DMS is known for their excellent client service and unrivalled technical expertise and has reliably routed over 100 million messages for their clients over the past 10 years. Their mission is to continue providing the dedicated, uninterrupted service their valued clients are accustomed to, while continuously expanding their current products and services. Their vision is to be the preferred mobile solutions provider across Africa.
Green Enterprise Solutions (Pty ) Ltd provides information and communication technology (ICT) services to corporate Namibia. The company is owned and managed by previously disadvantaged Namibians.