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Agribank to roll out its branch-on-wheels initiative

In line with its commitment to financial inclusion and increased accessibility of its loan products, Namibia's premier agricultural lender, Agribank, is pleased to announce the introduction of its Branch-on-Wheels initiative, a project that is aimed at taking Agribank services closer to its clients, both prospective and existing, starting in February 2024.

The Branch-on-Wheels will be deployed according to the following schedule: 5-9 February, Tsumeb; 19- 23 February, Opuwo 3-5 March, Karasburg; 7-8 March Bethanie; and 17-19 March, Gochas. Operating hours will be from 08h00 – 17h30 in all areas.

According to the Bank’s Executive: Sales, Ms Hildegardt Martin, “the Branch-on-Wheels concept aspires to extend Agribank services to customers in areas with no Agribank branch, as clients in such areas find it hard to reach our physical branches that are only found in selected towns. Therefore, the Branch-on-Wheels will go to the customer, breaking geographical barriers that hamper farmers/clients to access funding from Agribank, in order to realize their farming potential.”

Additionally, Martin further assured the public that “the Bank takes this initiative very seriously and will ensure that the entire country is covered by assigning a Branch-on-Wheels team for each of the eight branches of the Bank. By doing so, the Bank expects to reach a wider customer base in remotest towns, at the convenience of the customer.”

On his part, Agribank’s Manager: Marketing and Communication, Mr Rino Muranda, implored the clientele of the Bank to “come and engage our competent staff in the scheduled areas/towns, who will be providing the following services: accepting loan applications; general enquiries and information sharing; printing of statements; update on loan applications status; and loan approvals where possible.”

Muranda further added that “Agribank offers competitive fixed interest rates as low as 4% for some loan products (communal, laborer houses in commercial areas); it provides flexible repayment options often based on the cashflow of the agri -enterprise; while also offering extended loan repayment periods resulting in affordable instalments.”

Agribank serves all farmers, including commercial, communal, emerging, and resettled farmers. The Bank finances the entire Agricultural value chain, offering a range of loan products such as vehicle and tractor loan, salary-backed/no collateral loan, horticulture production loan, farming infrastructure and implements loan amongst others. In recent years, Agribank introduced the women and youth scheme, a targeted intervention that offers relaxed terms and conditions in favour of women and the youth.

Lastly, Agribank hereby invites the public to contact the Bank at 061 207 4356, for any questions related to the Branch-on-Wheels initiative. Public members can also visit the Bank’s website for more on loan products of Agribank.

Issued by:
Fillemon Nangonya
Public Relations Officer
For inquiries, kindly contact the Marketing and Communication Division Tel.: 061 2074308/10/55 Email:

Agribank's Annual General Meeting Highlights Good Progress and Future Strategy

Namibia's premier agricultural lender, Agribank, convened its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Windhoek on 27 September 2023. The event was a platform to showcase the Bank’s accomplishments and present strategic plans that will shape the future of the institution. The AGM was graced by the presence of Honourable Iipumbu Shiimi, the Minister of Finance and Public Enterprises.

During the financial year ending on 31 March 2023, Agribank significantly boosted its loan disbursements, reaching over N$284 million compared to the previous year's N$194 million. Notably, 564 clients benefited from these loans, up from 440 the prior year.

Land purchases continued to dominate the loan allocations, amounting to N$98.2 million and covering 134,122 hectares in FY2023, a considerable increase from N$55.1 million and 57,965 hectares in FY2022. Livestock purchases also saw a rise, reaching N$76.8 million in FY2023 compared to N$52.2 million the previous year.

Loans extended to women increased to N$55.4 million from N$30.1 million in 2022, while youth loans rose to over N$30.6 million in FY2023 from N$20.5 million in the prior year. The bank supported full-time communal farmers without collateral through its Emerging Retail Financing Product (ERFP), providing over N$25.2 million, up from N$12.6 million in the prior fiscal year. Additionally, the no-collateral scheme backed by salaries aided employees engaging in part-time farming, with N$13.5 million disbursed in FY2023 compared to N$10.1 million during the FY2022.

Agribank's Chairperson, Josephat Mwatotele, acknowledged the bank's commendable financial performance, highlighting a surplus of N$49.5 million. “I am encouraged by the sales and collection efforts that are on an upward trajectory, despite operating in a very difficult environment”, Mwatotele stated. He emphasized the challenges posed by weather patterns with frequent droughts as well as global events that are continuously increasing input costs and thereby squeezing disposal income of farmers. The focus moving forward includes stakeholder engagement, operational efficiencies and enhanced complaints management system to improve customer service, underpinned by best governance practices.

Honorable Shiimi applauded the Agribank Board and Management for “playing an active role in the transformation of agriculture, by contributing to efforts to remove barriers across the agriculture value chains”. Shiimi further urged the Bank’s leadership to use such platforms to create opportunities for farmers and encourage them to adopt climate resilient practices. The minister also indicated that his ministry is working on new approaches for governance of public enterprises, which include the coordinated Board development program for state owned enterprises, lifting of key performance indicators from strategic business plans, leadership development within SOEs as well as formalizing performance culture as some of the key requirements for reporting at AGMs and public enterprise governance going forward.

At the occasion, Agribank Chief Executive Officer Dr Raphael Karuaihe, who presented the Bank’s operational highlights, noted that prudent expenses management, enhanced momentum on sales growth and the sales automation initiatives were key focus areas for the review period. Dr Karuaihe also stated that going forward, the Bank will focus on strengthening engagements with the shareholder, forging strategic partnerships across the agricultural value chains, developing a sustainable funding model, enhancing collection and arrears management, auctions prevention strategy, aligning product innovation and inclusion as well as compliance with the public enterprises’ governance act.

Pictured above: Seated – Hon. Iipumbu Shiimi, Minister of Finance & Public Enterprises (in the middle); Mrs Peyavali Hangula, Deputy Board Chairperson (L); and Mrs Dolly Nashandi, Board Member (R). Standing from L-R: Mr Josephat Mwatotele, Board Chairperson; Mr Brian Katjaerua, and Mr Alfred Sikopo, Board Members.


Agricultural loan disbursements by Agribank increased by 40% in 1Q2023/24 (April–June 2023) compared to the corresponding quarter of the previous financial year. The recorded increase is mainly driven by triple-digit growth in farmland loans as well as livestock loans.

Total loans advanced for the quarter under review stood at N$74.3 million, compared to N$46.9 million for the first quarter of 2022/23 financial year. In addition to the farmland and livestock loans, impressive growth was also noted under the crop sector, mainly propelled by crop production loans to irrigation farmers, specifically in the Otjozondjupa region. This supports the Bank’s strategy of loan book diversification.

Loan distribution by gender and age categories shows that males continue to dominate the loans advanced, accounting for 59% in the 1Q2023/24 compared to 46% in the corresponding quarter in the 2022/23 financial year. Loans advanced to females accounted for 18% in 1Q2023/24, which is a decline when compared to 30% in the corresponding quarter in the 2022/23 financial year. Groups and companies accounted for 23%, which include male and females. In terms of loans advanced by age, 35% of the loans were taken up by individual farmers under the age category of 31–40 years. This demonstrates the Bank’s efforts to deliver on its socio-economic mandate through targeted and special financing solutions to attract participation of women and youth in the agriculture sector.

As the private sector credit extension picked up, Agribank observed an increase in the agricultural extension market share of 46% in the first quarter of 2023 compared to 45% in the prior year. The increase could be attributed to the competitive loan terms offered by Agribank, amidst a rising interest rate environment.

As a national development finance institution, Agribank will continue to play a catalyst role in addressing key national development issues such as food security, poverty reduction, and employment creation within the agriculture space. Agribank strives to ensure inclusive development by empowering smallholder and large commercial farmers through access to tailored agricultural loans, training as well as advisory services.

Agribank’s new board to focus on the institution’s financial sustainability

The newly appointed Board Chairperson of the Agricultural Bank of Namibia, Mr. Josephat Mwatotele, has announced that financial sustainability, service delivery and socio-economic transformation will be the key focus areas during their tenure as Board of Directors of the Bank. Mr. Mwatotele made the announcement during the inauguration of the revamped Agribank Rundu offices, on Wednesday, 15 February 2023.

During the occasion, the Board Chairperson stated that “for Agribank to continue to deliver on its agriculture development mandate and benefit as many Namibians as possible, now and for years to come,it calls for financial sustainability.” Furthermore, Mr. Mwatotele empasised that financial sustainability requires Agribank to stretch its limited resources in new and innovative ways (outside the traditional areas of business); being prudent in the use of available resources in a responsible and transparent manner including cost management; and growing its loan book and finding new ways to grow its capital base. In addition, the chairperson also stated that financial sustainability also means that “clients need to honour their obligations and ensure timely loan repayments to the bank, as this is the only way we can make a wider and inclusive impact on agriculture and contribute to the development of our country.”
From a customer service perspective will focus will be on service delivery. To this end, the Bank is in the process of reviewing existing policies and streamlining internal processes that will make it much more agile and responsive to customer needs. Thus, creating a functional service centre, such as the revamped Rundu office, is a good first step as provides point of presence for facilitating such customer engagements, stated Mr. Mwatotele.
Agribank is a national development finance institution expected to play a catalyst in addressing key national development issues such as food security, poverty reduction and employment creation within the agricultural space.Thus, the focus on socio-economic transformation is on creating targeted interventions to ensure that the Bank achieve inclusive developmental outcomes.
At the same occasion, Agribank’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr Raphael Karuaihe, reiterated the Bank’s role in the two Kavango regions, stating that “the two Kavango regions are strategic growth centres for Agribank, and we are confident that the visibly elevated office here will improve our service delivery in the regions whilst creating opportunities for growth.” The Chief Executive Officer then continued to provide an update on loan disbursements in the two regions, indicating that the Agribank Rundu office currently serves 316 active clients with 494 loan facilities worth over N$154.7 million, whereby Kavango East region has the biggest number of clients standing at 305, worth over N$151 million, while Kavango West has 11 clients with a loan book value of N$2.9 million.
The keynote speaker at the inauguration of the revamped office, Hon.Bonifatius Wakudumo, Governor of the Otjozondjupa region, congratulated Agribank for being the catalyst for transformation in the agricultural sector, as embraced in its mandate. “Over the past few months, we have noticed through various public fora that the Bank is gradually moving towards financial inclusion, and I want to take this opportunity to applaud you for innovating products that will address the needs of our citizens in the outer-lying regions in particular, and of all Namibians in general,” stated Hon. Wakudumo.
With Government’s emphasis now on value addition and growth-at-home, the Bank has accordingly realigned its strategy to ensure that it also plays a meaningful role in this strategic objective, by offering financing of value addition activities in the agricultural space.
Agribank’s loans can be utilized for purchasing farmland, production inputs, livestock, farming infrastructure, vehicles and equipment, biomass management, aquaculture, poultry, piggery, post-settlement support, as well as value addition through agro processing. The Bank also provides training and mentorship services to farmers through the Agri-Advisory Services Division.

Issued by:
Fillemon Nangonya
Public Relations Officer
For inquiries, kindly contact the Marketing and Communications Division
Tel.: 061 2074111 Email:

Agribank and Development Bank sign memorandum of understanding

The Agricultural Bank of Namibia (Agribank) and the Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to cooperate and co-finance controlled environment agriculture activities in Namibia. The signing took place on 01 December 2022, in Windhoek.

The MoU recognises the joint interests of the two banks in promoting agriculture as a route to economic activity and food security. Agribank promotes agriculture through financing the entire agriculture value chain and related activities. DBN provides finance for agricultural infrastructure, manufacturing of agricultural inputs and provision of agricultural services, as well as enterprises that process agricultural produce and manufacture food.

Controlled environment agriculture finance envisages provision of land and facilities that enable consistent productivity with infrastructure that reduces the impact of drought and variable weather. This may include hydroponics, vegetable tunnels and green schemes. It also encompasses aquaculture.

In terms of the MoU, the banks will also identify parallel opportunities of mutual interest. For instance, if DBN receives a request for direct financing for agriculture it will refer the request to Agribank. Agribank may similarly refer requests for financing for agri-processing facilities to DBN. Both banks may collaborate on finance for controlled environment agriculture.

At the signing ceremony, Agribank’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr Raphael Karuaihe, said collaboration with other institutions to pool financing resources speaks directly to the Bank’s strategic initiative of targeting high impact projects to transform our economy and the agriculture sector, in particular.

DBN CEO Martin Inkumbi, stated that DBN has identified controlled environment agriculture to focus on, as this industry inherently mitigates many of the risks usually associated with agriculture, and with limited background in agriculture, it greatly reduces the risk DBN has to mitigate and manage in the agricultural space.

The Memorandum of Understanding is valid for two years from the date of signature, with the option for renewal at the end of the term.


The Agricultural Bank of Namibia hereby informs its clients, prospective clients, and all stakeholders that, as from the 1st of December 2022, Agribank will no longer accept cash payments. The Bank will only accept payment through electronic transfer, deposits at commercial banks and point of sale (POS) at the branches. This decision to discontinue cash payments at Agribank branches is in line with the Bank’s strategy to effectively manage the security risk facing the Bank’s employees that are responsible for receiving and handling cash payments across all eight branches of the Bank.
Additionally, this changeis an effort by Agribank to further contribute to the combating of money laundering in the country. Money laundering is regulated in terms of the Financial Intelligence Act, with specific reference to Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements. This requires stringent verification of the source of cash funds and reporting thereon.
Agribank is a non-deposit taking financial institution which does not provide banking services like commercial banks. Agribank’s business is solely based on advancing loans to individuals, business entities, or financial intermediaries for the promotion and development of agriculture and related activities in the country. This implies that the Bank has limited cash handling facilities and does not charge clients for cash deposits. At the same time, the Bank continues to bear the costs when depositing cash in its own bank accounts at commercial banks.
With reference to Agribank services, one of the requirements when accessing Agribank loan products, is that an applicant is required to have a bank account with any commercial bank. Prospective clients who do not have bank accounts are required to open a bank account as a condition to access Agribank loan facilities. As such, the decision to not accept cash payments will not affect the ability of clients to make payments through electronic bank transfer and deposits through commercial banks.
Clients are therefore advised to obtain Agribank bank account details from their monthly account statements at Agribank offices and make payments through commercial banks. Clients are advised to indicate their loan account numbers as a reference, when making loan payments, to ensure timeous allocation to their accounts. Alternatively, clients are also encouraged to sign up for debit order deduction services with the Agribank for once-off payments or re-current monthly payments.
Lastly, Agribank would like to encourage clients to continue honouring their loan obligations, by ensuring timely payment of their loan instalments. This will enable the Bank to continue delivering on its mandate of promoting and developing the agriculture sector, to ensure national food security, promote sustainable employment, and improve overall economic growth.
Issued by:
Fillemon Nangonya
Public Relations Officer
For inquiries, kindly contact the Marketing and Communications Division
Tel.: 061 2074111 Email:


On Friday, 14 October 2022, the Agricultural Bank of Namibia inaugurated its revamped Otjiwarongo office, a development that is meant to enhance customer in-branch experience and brand visibility, in line with the Bank’s strategic plan. Otjozondjupa region lies at the centre of a highly potential agricultural area of the country, which flourishes in both livestock and crop farming. As a key player in financing the transformation, and expansion of agriculture in the country, Agribank has two offices in the Otjozondjupa region, with another office in Grootfontein, in recognition of the business potential of the region in the agricultural space.
The keynote speaker at the inauguration, Hon. James Uerikua, Governor of the Otjozondjupa region, applauded Agribank for its investment and commitment in the region, stating that "the overhaul of this office is a welcome expression of the trust and confidence that Agribank has in the economic potential of this town and the entire Otjozondjupa region." As such, the Governor called on Agribank as a public institution, to continue with its strategic role in contributing to food security, employment creation, and land reform efforts of the government.

On her part, the Deputy Chairperson of the Agribank’s Board of Directors, Dagmar Honsbein, reiterated the Bank’s position of expanding its footprints, stating that "as a development finance institution, we have laid a solid foundation to ensure that the Bank’s impact is felt across the length and breadth of our beautiful country, Namibia. We will continue to offer innovative financial solutions to both communal and commercial farmers, from production to value-addition." Furthermore, Agribank’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr Raphael Karuaihe, told the audience at the event that "over the past five years, Agribank has embarked on a journey, not only to transform the institution to become the pinnacle of corporate governance and service delivery efficiencies, but also to ensure that it plays a meaningful role in catalysing the transformation and growth of the agricultural sector, through the adoption of a clear strategic plan."

Agribank’s five-year strategic plan focuses on preserving the business in a difficult operating environment, securing sustainable sources of affordable loan book funding, new business growth, maintaining sustainable collections trajectory, maintaining prudent expense management; and robustly managing provisions for bad debt. Moreover, the Bank intends to diversify its loan book for climate resilience and inclusivity, as well as embed automation and operational efficiencies within the Bank to sustain a high-performance environment and enhance brand reputation, while also balancing the mandate for sustainability and shareholder/policymaker/client expectations.

In terms of the loan book statistics for the Otjozondjupa region, the region serves over 2,700 clients on the loan book of Agribank, of which the majority are from Otjiwarongo and surrounding areas. Otjozondjupa’s loan book stands at over N$1.1 billion. Agribank Otjiwarongo office has financed over N$1.8 million to full-time communal farmers, without collateral, through the Emerging Retail Financing Product (ERFP). The office also paid over N$10.7 million to 13 beneficiaries of the newly introduced Women and Youth Loan scheme. As may be commonly known, the top three loan products in the region that the Bank financed are land for beginners, full-time affirmative action loans, and livestock loans.

Agribank’s loans can be utilized for purchasing farmland, production inputs, livestock, farming infrastructure, vehicles and equipment, biomass management, aquaculture, poultry, piggery, post-settlement support, as well as value addition through agro-processing. The Bank also provides training and mentorship services to farmers through the Agri-Advisory Services Division.

Agribank Committed to Supporting Local Agricultural Exhibitions

As a strategic player in the agriculture sector, Agribank continuously supports the agricultural sectorin the country as part of its mandate to promote growth and development of the sector. Agribank’s support is not limited to its core mandate of financing agriculture and agriculture related businesses, but also takes interest in socio-economic issues that do not necessarily have impact on financial performance of the Bank. In this regard, Agribank provides sponsorship towards support of local agriculture shows and exhibition events country wide.

Agribank strongly believes that support to such events does not only promote brand visibility, generate sales leads but it also serves as a platform for farmers and all stakeholders across the value chain to share information experience to improve productivity and sustainability of the agriculture sector. The shows and fairs provide an opportunity for farmers to market their produce and generate income and for other players across the value chain to showcase inputs, services, technologies and innovation necessary for the growth and development of the sector and the economy at large.

Agribank therefore recognizes these opportunities, and thus has taken a deliberate decision to support local agricultural shows and exhibition events through its corporate social responsibility (CSR). Through this avenue, the Bank is ploughing back to the community while also stimulating business activities in the agriculture industry and the country at large.

For the past financial years 2019/2020, 2020/2021, and 2021/2022, the Bank spent an amount of N$1.066million towards its corporate social responsibility. The CSR investments focused mainly on supporting livestock auctions, horticulture production, agro-processing, and farmers’ support services. The social responsibility support was not only provided to agricultural shows and exhibitions, but a substantial amount also went into agricultural projects and initiatives such as community and school gardens, aimed at uplifting sustainable community food security programmes and entrepreneurial capabilities. In addition, industry partners such as farmers' unions, consortiums, congresses, and cooperatives also formed part of the beneficiaries of the corporate social responsibility fund of the Agribank.

The Bank is always inundated with requests for support and sponsorship from various institutions and groups. However, considering the difficulties within the business environment that the Bank operates in, the process of allocating funds ensures an equitable distribution of resources across all the 14 regions of the country. The Bank also proactively looks for strategic agriculture events and projects for possible support and sponsorship, in line with its policy and procedures.

Issued by:
Fillemon Nangonya
Public Relations Officer
For inquiries, kindly contact the Marketing and Communications Division
Tel.: 061 2074355 Email:

Agribank’s Biomass Value Chain Financing Scheme now Available

Namibia’s premier agricultural lender, Agribank, is delighted to inform the public that the recently launched biomass value chain financing scheme, is now available to the public. This special scheme is aimed at meeting the strategic objective of loan book diversification coupled with the Banks mission to continuously offer innovative agricultural financing solutions.

The Biomass industry has the potential to improve the streamflow of underground water, refine rangeland productively, create sustainable employment and serve as an opportunity for farmers to diversification revenue streams. In addition, the industry will promote climate smart agricultural practices.

Under the Biomass value chain financing scheme, an applicant (legal entity or individual) 1) can be the owner of the farm or leasing a farm from which he/she can harvest biomass to produce charcoal. 2) can be a processor who buy in charcoal to process and pack for the end market (i.e retail shops/ restaurants or export/import companies for charcoal. Both applicants are required to have a permit from the Ministry of Environment, Tourism and Forestry, in order to harvest the biomass for charcoal.

For charcoal producers, the facility offers loans for working capital (including food rations for the employees), tractors/trailers, storage sheds, de-bushing equipment, workers housing including clean water & sanitation. As for charcoal processors, financing of working capital, general equipment and vehicles, maintenance workshop, office to operate from, charcoal processing plant, warehouse and equipment is offered.

For more information, and to apply for the biomass financing scheme, applicants, can visit any of the Agribank’s offices countrywide, or the Bank’s website ( or the Biomass Finance Scheme Brochure.

The Bank will continue to play a meaningful role in ensuring that both communal and commercial farmers have affordable access to financing, to take the agricultural sector to the next level.

Issued by:
Fillemon Nangonya
Public Relations Officer
For inquiries, kindly contact the Marketing and Communications Division
Tel.: 061 2074355 Email:

Agribank Consult Omaheke Agriculture Role Players

Namibia’s premier agricultural lender, Agribank, spearheaded a stakeholder engagement event in Gobabis, Omaheke region, bringing together all agriculture role players in the region, to consult and engage on how best to serve farmers in the cattle country. The event took place on Wednesday, 19 January 2022.

Farmers’ union representatives formed part of the engagement, and presented their challenges, while also proposing solutions. Among others, farmers indicated that due to drought, farmers are now disintegrated as each farmer is now focused on the survival of his/her farm, resulting in less peer-to-peer interactions. As such, farmers are proposing for Agribank to champion events for farmers to come together, and share information on addressing various challenges they face.

It was further proposed for Agribank to provide certificate of attendance and/or accreditation to farmers, after attending farming trainings facilitated by Agribank. According to farmers, this will help when applying for resettlement farms at the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform.

Farmers also encouraged synergies between all key stakeholder in the region, to ensure that bottlenecks in the process of serving farmers are addressed from all angles. During the engagement, stakeholders presented their respective roles in the process of developing and promoting agriculture in the country. Additionally, Agribank loan application processes and requirements also featured.

On behalf of Agribank, Mr. Regan Mwazi, Executive Manager Marketing and Customer Strategy responded to some of the issues raised and praised the institutions for attending and providing inputs. “It is only through stakeholder engagements such as this one where local solution to local challenges can be provided and opportunities identified for exploitation to the benefit of the farming industry,” he stated. Mr. Mwazi also urged farmers to be organised in order to be heard and take seriously the information provided to them through various platforms in order to improve their respective farming techniques.

Commenting on the engaged, Emilie Abraham, Manager: Horticulture Market Development, Namibia Agronomic Board, expressed her satisfaction with the meeting, noting that the event helped in providing context on the responsibilities of individual stakeholders, while also clarifying such functions in the chain of helping farmers, and growing the sector.

Recently, Agribank’s newly appointed Chief Executive Officer, Dr Raphael Karuaihe announced that stakeholder engagements will be at the core of his 100 days in office. As such, more events of similar nature will be conducted at the auspices of Agribank.

The following institutions were represented: Omaheke Regional Council, Farmers Unions and Associations, Namibia Agronomic Board, Meat Board of Namibia, NAMPOL Stock Theft Unit, Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform, Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism, Witvlei Village Council, and the Namibia Biomass Industry Group.

Mr. Regan Mwazi (in blue), Executive Manager Marketing and Customer representing Agribank during the engagements.

Issued by:
Fillemon Nangonya
Public Relations Officer
For inquiries, kindly contact the Marketing and Communications Division
Tel.: 061 2074111 Email:

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