On Tuesday, 29 March, Nambawan Super achieved an important milestone in its 9-mile project as Minister for Lands & Physical Planning Hon. John Rosso presented to Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) Deputy Chairwoman Dame Meg Taylor, the land Title for the final Portion of four land parcels owned by the Fund in trust for its more than 208,000 members.
This retired career public servant is doing what he loves the most today with his Nambawan Super Retirement Savings Account (RSA) – gone fishing!
The Deputy Chairperson of Nambawan Super, Dame Meg Taylor, today announced that in 2021 the Fund has grown its net asset value to K8.82 billion, earning a net profit of K526 million that has been distributed to more than 208,000 members through applying a crediting rate of 6.5% to their accounts.
Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) celebrated the contributions of Prof. David Kavanamur as he was farewelled from service on the NSL Board.
We anticipate that with the recent Budget support, the State is now in a much better position to quickly resolve the issue of the outstanding rental arrears owed to Nambawan Super and our members.
Nambawan Super is pleased to welcome 19 new Choice Super members from Alotau, Milne Bay Province.
Philip Tengistinut, a retired teacher from New Ireland Province, is now enjoying his life after retirement having achieved his Super Saving goals.
Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) Chairman, Mr Reg Monagi, today announced the appointment of Mr Michael Uiari and Dr Thomas Webster as the newest Independent Trustee Directors of the NSL Board.
Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) wishes to advise that all squatters on the NSL land Portions 2157, 2156 and 2159, including NSL members, are required to relocate to enable orderly redevelopment.
Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) announced today that it will commence fencing of its 9-mile land Portions, sometimes referred to as Bushwara. The announcement came following the approval of Construction Permits from the National Capital District Commission Building...