On Tuesday, 5 October 2022, Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) resorted to locking out tenants occupying the Revenue Haus (Internal Revenue Commission) and Vulupindi Haus (Department of Finance) after the State failed to sign a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) for the settlement of its outstanding rental arrears.
NSL supports IRC tax awareness
Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) was pleased to have been a part of the Internal Revenue Commission’s (IRC) General Tax Awareness Workshop for Micro Small Medium (MSMEs) Businesses, held at the APEC Haus from Tuesday to Friday last week.
2022 a challenging year so far
NSL CEO, Mr Paul Sayer opened by stating that: “From an investment and economics point of view, 2022 has been the perfect storm for investors like Nambawan Super”.
Nambawan Super Members beware of illegal land sales at 9-mile
Nambawan Super is advising its Members that they should not purchase any land within the Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) owned 9-mile land Portions (2156, 2157, 2158 and 2159) from squatters or people claiming to be agents of the Fund.
NSL Position on purchasing Telikom shares
In response to the National Newspaper’s cover story on Wednesday, 28 September 2022, we would like to reiterate Nambawan Super Limited’s (NSL) position on the proposed privatisation of the State Owned Enterprise, Telikom PNG Limited (Telikom).
State tenants were not asked to move out
Nambawan Super wishes to clarify that we have not told the State to move out of Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) owned properties as was reported in recent media publications. In fact, we value the State’s business and intend to retain them as a long-term tenant.
Retirement Savings Account
NSL Wabag opens upgraded Branch
Member representatives of Nambawan Super in Wabag recently witnessed the opening of the upgraded Wabag Branch today. Formerly located within the Post PNG Office, the Wabag Branch has been relocated to the ground floor of the Bettel Building as part of NSL’s continued...
NSL welcomes State Departments to Vulupindi
Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) welcomes the State’s announcement to move the Department of Education, Teaching Services Commission and PNG National Commission for UNESCO into the 100% Member owned Vulupindi Haus in Port Moresby. NSL CEO Mr. Paul Sayer said today that in...