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Get new wheels at prime less 1.75% at the Windhoek Show

Get new wheels at prime less 1.75% at the Windhoek Show

WesBank asset financiers is the first financial institution to come out of the block for the Windhoek Show that starts this Friday, 29 September.

Earlier this week, the bank announced it will have a prominent presence at the show to assist the many vehicle dealers with finance applications on the spot.

Harriet Reed, WesBank’s New Business Manager invited all Namibians in need of a car or bakkie to come shop with their eyes and then to complete the application at the dealer’s stand once they found the set of wheels they fancy.

“WesBank will again be part of the upcoming Windhoek Agricultural and Industrial Show 2017 and will offer the best vehicle financing deals from now until 31 October”, said Reed.

“WesBank’s latest special offer includes a discounted interest rate of up to prime minus 1.75%; up to 30% balloon payments and up to three months payment holiday” Reed said to help convince prospective buyers who need just a little encouragment.

If a new buyer’s application for vehicle finance is approved before 31 October that person is automatically entered for a lucky draw to get 11 months insurance covered by the bank.

“For many people who start working, owning a vehicle is the first big step to freedom. Times are tough and we hope to make it easier to fulfil your dream of owning a car” he said.



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Daniel Steinmann

Brief CV of Daniel Steinmann. Born 24 February 1961, Johannesburg. Educated at the University of Pretoria: BA, BA(hons), BD. Postgraduate degrees are in Philosophy and Divinity. Editor of the Namibia Economist since 1991. Daniel Steinmann has steered the Economist as editor for the past 29 years. The newspaper started as a monthly free-sheet, then moved to a weekly paper edition (1996 to 2016), and on 01 December 2016 to a daily digital newspaper at His editorial focus is on economic analysis based on budget analysis, dissecting strategic planning and assessing the impact of policy formulation. For eight years, he hosted a weekly talk-show on NBC Radio, explaining complex economic concepts to a lay audience in a relaxed, conversational manner. He was a founding member of the Editors' Forum of Namibia. Over the years, he has mentored scores of journalism students as interns and as young professional journalists. He often assists economics students, both graduate and post-graduate, to prepare for examinations and moderator reviews. He is the Namibian respondent for the World Economic Survey conducted every quarter for the Ifo Center for Business Cycle Analysis and Surveys at the University of Munich in Germany. He is frequently consulted by NGOs and international analysts on local economic trends and developments. Send comments to [email protected]