Infrastructure

Linking up Namibia and Zambia

6 days ago - 18 August 2019 | Infrastructure

Great strides have been made to develop Namibian roadways, and in particular the Port of Walvis Bay with its new offshore container terminal ready to commence business in August. Balancing the movement of cargo between...

New ­container terminal ­inaugurated

2 weeks ago - 06 August 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay • Leandrea Louw The brand new Namibia Ports Authority (Namport) container terminal on reclaimed land in Walvis Bay was officially inaugurated by president Hage Geingob on Friday. The inauguration coincided with the...

Namport reinstates remorseful workers

2 weeks ago - 04 August 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay • Leandrea Louw The Namibian Ports ­Authority (Namport) reinstated 53 of the 86 employees it dismissed in May this year for taking part in an illegal strike in 2018. The container terminal...

Zimbabwe Dry Port inaugurated

2 weeks ago - 04 August 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay - Leandrea Louw Zimbabwean president Emmerson Mnangagwa recently inaugurated the Zimbabwe Dry Port in Walvis Bay.Mnangagwa said that this new facility will assist in the economic development of Zimbabwe and further integrate...

Vehicle imports ­increase significantly

1 month - 14 July 2019 | Infrastructure

The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) recorded 274 504 freight tonnes of vehicles handled at the Port of Walvis Bay in the 2018/19 financial year. According to Immanuel Hanabeb, the executive for commercial services at Namport,...

Response and traffic management centre planned for Arandis ...

1 month - 30 June 2019 | Infrastructure

Arandis - Otis Finck The construction and roll out of the Arandis Emergency...

Vehicles destined for neighbouring countries on their way

1 month - 30 June 2019 | Infrastructure

The Roll-on/roll-off (RORO) Serenity Ace is scheduled to dock in the Port of Walvis Bay on 9 July. This visit will be followed by that...

Progress for Narraville shack dwellers

2 months ago - 23 June 2019 | Infrastructure

Narraville - Otis Finck The chairperson of the Narraville-based Namibian Shack Dwellers Federation (NSDF) network, Francisco Maree, says things are finally starting to happen...

Cargo destined for Botswana discharged

2 months ago - 23 June 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay The general cargo vessel Noma­dic Milde docked with a consignment of 10 720 metric tonnes of project cargo destined for Botswana...

Elephants exported via port

2 months ago - 02 June 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis BayThe Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) announced it had successfully and safely exported six elephants to the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) through the...

Four ROROs heading for Walvis Bay

3 months ago - 20 May 2019 | Infrastructure

The Port of Walvis Bay will receiving calls from 4 Roll-on/Roll-off (RoRo) ships later this month, the provisional port log indicates.They will discharge over 350...

Oil storage capacity boosted

3 months ago - 20 May 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay - Leandrea Louw The minister of mines and energy, Tom Alweendo, visited the National Oil Storage Facility in Walvis Bay recently....

Infrastructure

Developing the Namibia Logistics Hub...

3 months ago - 13 May 2019 | Infrastructure

The advancement of the Namibia Logistics Hub initiative continues to gain traction as the Walvis Bay Corridor Group (WBCG), through its Logistics Hub Project, pushes...

Linking Botswana and the Atlantic...

3 months ago - 13 May 2019 | Infrastructure

Sea Rail, the company that operates Botswana’s Dry Port at the Port of Walvis Bay, has reaffirmed its commitment to delivering cost-effective competitive services in...

Traffic signal system to ease...

3 months ago - 06 May 2019 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay - Otis Finck Walvis Bay municipal traffic chief Eben Platt hailed the installation of a traffic “robots” signal system at the...

Land for shack dwellers

3 months ago - 06 May 2019 | Infrastructure

Usakos The management committee of the Usakos town council has recommended that council approve the allocation of one hectare of land to...

No passenger vessels arriving ...

3 months ago - 06 May 2019 | Infrastructure

The Silver Whisper (22 April) and the Viking Sun (22 April) were the last two passenger vessels to arrive in April before visits resume again...

Connecting Namibia to SADC

3 months ago - 06 May 2019 | Infrastructure

The Walvis Bay-Ndola-Lubumbashi Development Corridor (WBNLDC) is the busiest of the three corridors connecting Walvis Bay with countries in the SADC region in respect to...

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