Infrastructure

Tamariskia set for development

1 day - 15 October 2018 | Infrastructure

Adolf Kaure The Swakopmund town council has a number of developmental projects set for the Tamariskia township for the remainder of 2018/2019 financial year.During a public meeting recently at the Swakopmund town hall, acting CEO...

Total protection against insect pests

1 day - 15 October 2018 | Infrastructure

Are you sick and tired of waging a war against ants, mosquitos, cockroaches and other bothersome insects? The solution lies in a product that was recently launched in Namibia.Inesfly makes quick work of mosquitoes, flies,...

Makeover for Paaltjies road

2 weeks ago - 01 October 2018 | Infrastructure

Otis Finck - Walvis Bay Salt Refiners and the Roads Authority (RA) have agreed in principle on a plan of action to rebuild sections of the Paaltjies Road. The two parties agreed to collectively tackle...

Change of ship agents not allowed

2 weeks ago - 01 October 2018 | Infrastructure

Otis FinckThe Namibian port authority (Namport) will no longer allow a change of agents for vessels visiting the ports of Walvis Bay and Lüderitz under any circumstances. “Where there should be a change in...

Roofing project progresses

3 weeks ago - 24 September 2018 | Infrastructure

Adolf KaureThe Arandis Roofing Project has taken off successfully as the asbestos sheets were removed from 20 houses thus far.Speaking at a recent press conference, the mayor of Arandis, Risto Kapendah, said that the replacing...

Namport thanks clientele

4 weeks ago - 17 September 2018 | Infrastructure

Otis Finck The Namibian port authority (Namport) paid tribute to its top customers during the 24th port user’s dinner in Walvis Bay. Maersk Namibia, Logistics...

DRC residents battle with water points

1 month - 10 September 2018 | Infrastructure

Jessica BotesResidents living in the DRC suburb of Swakopmund still have to walk long distances to fetch water. Members of the Swakopmund Residents Association (SRA)...

Governor challenges private sector

1 month - 20 August 2018 | Infrastructure

Otis Finck The private sector has been urged to put their money where their mouths are in supporting worthy causes such as that being...

Making outside cosy and comfortable

1 month - 20 August 2018 | Infrastructure

According to How It Works, you have to insist on good quality craftsmanship. From sloppy welds to cracked casters to amateurish paint finishes, a close...

Shack dwellers moving earth

2 months ago - 13 August 2018 | Infrastructure

The Shack Dwellers Federation (SDF) branch in Narraville organised a very successful day of volunteerism on Saturday. Special advisor to the Erongo governor, Adelheid Bobby...

Moving from a life in shacks

2 months ago - 06 August 2018 | Infrastructure

Adolf KaureThe Swakopmund town council stood by its resolution of 2015, stipulating that erven will be offered directly to the public without middlemen in terms...

Huge asbestos removal project underway

2 months ago - 06 August 2018 | Infrastructure

Leandrea LouwAn extensive survey which was done in 2017 on all residential and public dwellings in Arandis indicated that as much as 80% of all...

Infrastructure

Big Brother for B2

2 months ago - 27 July 2018 | Infrastructure

Leandrea Louw Arandis will soon be home to the Arandis Emergency Response and Traffic Management Centre (AERTMC) where an Intelligent Transport System (ITS) will...

Uirab calls for collaboration with...

2 months ago - 27 July 2018 | Infrastructure

Leandrea Louw The chief executive officer of the Namibia Port Authority (Namport), Bisey Uirab, said that progress can be achieved in various sectors if...

Offshore container terminal operational next...

2 months ago - 27 July 2018 | Infrastructure

Otis Finck According to the head of the commercial division of the Namibian Port Authority, Immanuel !Hanabeb, the new container terminal project being constructed at...

Residents Association questions faulty fire...

2 months ago - 20 July 2018 | Infrastructure

Jessica Botes In its most recent newsletter, the Swakopmund Residents Association (SRA) claims that many of the fire hydrants in town are damaged. This came...

Innovative construction to benefit DRC

3 months ago - 13 July 2018 | Infrastructure

Adolf KaureAn initiative to start making houses with recycled plastic bottles was initiated by the Dantago-Women and Youth Development Association (WAYDA) in the DRC informal...

Planners visit Walvis Bay port

3 months ago - 13 July 2018 | Infrastructure

Members of the Namibia Institute of Town and Regional Planners visited Namport and the municipality of Walvis Bay to learn more about major projects, challenges,...

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