Botswana’s President Mokgweetsi Masisi working visit to Namibia strengthens partnership between both nations. This demonstrates the importance of dialogue and mutual cooperation. Both nations have elevated their partnership to reinforce political cooperation, economic development and sharing of experiences in areas of mutual concern.
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Namibia government has approved a fund worth about N$27 million for the construction of a modern neonatal unit and a mothers’ shelter at Swakopmund.
According to the Prime minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadh, this facility will go a long way in ensuring the survival of new-born children in the Erongo region, especially … Read More
A Chinese state-owned construction company has secure a contract from Namibia government for a road in southern Namibia.
The firm China Henan International Cooperation Group won the N$530-million tender for the construction of the road between Tses and Gochas.
Meanwhile, the decision has irked some Namibian construction companies which were … Read More
A local firm is threatening legal action over Namibia Road Authority after they paid the company co-partner a Chinese firm for a road job.
Currently speaking, Onamangongwa Trading Enterprises and the Chinese firm China Railway Seventh Group are disputing over the joint venture for the construction of the Windhoek – … Read More
During the Harambee Prosperity Plan II held at the nation state capital, analysis says the nation market is not too small.
The events was attended by presidential advisers, economists, representatives from development institutions, banking executives, academics and several government ministries.
The statement that the Namibian market is too small for … Read More
Like the saying goes, Education is the key to unlock the potential of the future generations. However when rural area in a particular nation are suffering, you start to think about the potential of such said generations/ future leaders.
With that in mind, Namibia has partnered with MTC to set … Read More
As the pandemic keeps spreading with new cases recorded on a daily basis, so many aspect of a country failing system has been put on spotlight.
In Namibia, the country housing sector has taken a rapid decline since the covid-19 pandemic began as resident in some region is having serious … Read More
The newly built Neckartal Dam near Keetmanshoop is receiving significant inflows following an increase in rainfall activity in its catchment area. Neckartal Dam is currently the largest dam in Namibia and the eight largest dam by storage volume in the Southern African region. Neckartal Dam is a curved gravity dam… Read More
Trevali Rosh Pinah Mine at Rosh Pinah mining settlement in the //Kharas region has offered its 429 workers voluntary retrenchment packages.
In a letter dated 25 June 2020, the company’s management informed workers it has launched a series of consultations and negotiations with the employee leadership to look at ways … Read More
Over the past several weeks, there has been an increase in the number of COVID19 cases in Namibia. The total number of confirmed cases in the country is 63, with 28 new cases reported during the past 7-day period (24th June 2020). The Index Case in the country was on … Read More
The construction industry has been heavy affected due to the corona virus, but things are about to get worst if projects don’t kick-off immediately after the pandemic is over.
This can be witnessed in Namibia as the nation’s construction industry has been suffering huge losses already over the last four … Read More
Namibia to construct a factory that will produce a variety of nutritious animal feed and charcoal.
Construction has kickoff for a factory that will produce a variety of nutritious animal feed and charcoal. These were announced by the Minister of industrialization, trade, and SME development Tjekero Tweya.
Speaking during a … Read More
Will the new partnership help Namibia resolve its infrastructural problem or will lack of private capital unavailability stop them.
Infrastructure development is a key driver for progress across any developing nation. This is why the Development Bank of Namibia (DBN) and Development Bank of South Africa (DBSA) is combing to … Read More
Namibia plans to move into e-governance after meeting with Estonia delegates.
Namibia President Hage G. Geingob has held a bilateral meeting with Estonia President Kersti Kaljulaid in the state capital Windhoek. The focus of the meeting was on e-governance and digital transformation in Africa.
Namibia is planning to introduce e-governance … Read More
President of the Republic of Namibia, Hage G. Geingob recently launched Operation Hornkranz. A crime fighting initiative led by the Namibian Police NAMPOL, and supported by the Army. The operation is geared towards rooting out crime, to show potential tourist and investors that the country is governed by law and … Read More
President Hage G. Geingob launches Peugeot Opel Assembly Namibia. The assembly plant is sited in Walvis Bay, and operates as a joint-venture between Groupe PSA and Namibia Development Corporation. It is another bold step in President Hage’s industrialisation drive. This investment of over N$ 190 million, will have an annual … Read More
Namibia Minister ask AFDB to hold tender process for major projects in the nation.
Minister for Finance, Calle Schlettwein has ask African Development Bank to stop the tender process for the rail and road project. This is as a result of dispute that the project will only favour foreign firm.… Read More
Contractors set to meet with the ministry to resolve payment issues holding the completion of keetmans fish project after four years.
Construction of the N$21 million Fonteintjie community aquaculture fish project facility is still not complete after four years. The project which was originally due to be complete within 14 … Read More
Hundreds of homes in Namibia are going to get electricity connection.
The long wait by prospective applicants on council’s waiting to secure electricity is slowly being shortened as the electrification of about 322 even, which was the stumbling block to award plots to the people in Omuthiya, is envisaged to … Read More