Infrastructure

Good news met with mixed emotions

1 week ago - 19 January 2021 | Infrastructure

Kuisebmond Erongo governor Neville Andre informed the community that the construction of 121 houses for persons who formerly resided in Twalaloka informal settlement and whose shacks were destroyed in a blaze last year,...

Namdock facilities and capabilities 'shipshape'

1 week ago - 19 January 2021 | Infrastructure

“Namibia's stable political landscape and business-friendly environment is reflected in Namdock's values: Trust, excellence, integrity and ensuring that only the highest quality standards and protocols are followed,” says acting CEO Heritha Nankole Muyoba. She...

TransNamib freight halted by rain

2 weeks ago - 08 January 2021 | Infrastructure

Windhoek ∙ [email protected] Damage to railway lines in the southern parts of the country due to heavy rains has impacted TransNamib's ability to transport freight.The company has already suspended all its passenger services and...

Houses for NDF members at Farm 37

1 month - 15 December 2020 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay •[email protected] The Walvis Bay municipal council has approved the sale of land at Farm 37 to Power Shield Trading, a Namibian registered close corporation and a subsidiary of the Defence Force...

Sale of erven postponed

1 month - 04 December 2020 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay •[email protected] The Walvis Bay municipality postponed the sale of numerous residential and business erven in the harbour town. The municipality advertised that it would be selling 79 single residential,...

Upgrading the Kranzberg railway

1 month - 02 December 2020 | Infrastructure

Arandis • [email protected] The minister of works and transport John Mutorwa officiated the start of the upgrade of the Walvis Bay to Kranzberg railway...

Residents demand land and housing

1 month - 01 December 2020 | Infrastructure

Swakopmund • [email protected] members of the Swakopmund Housing for All group handed over a petition at the Swakopmund municipality after a peaceful march from the...

Arandis Emergency Response Centre launched

1 month - 30 November 2020 | Infrastructure

Arandis • [email protected] The minister of works and transport Veikko Nekundi launched the Arandis Emergency Response Centre recently. Nekundi said that the centre...

Housing for fishing employees

1 month - 29 November 2020 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay •[email protected] The ground breaking for the construction of houses, a primary school and clinic by a consortium of fishing companies took...

Namport setting trends

1 month - 28 November 2020 | Infrastructure

The Namibian Port Authority (Namport) also welcomed the 335,41 meters long Maersk Sheerness back at the Port of Walvis Bay recently. The vessel sailed...

Another record for Namport

2 months ago - 25 November 2020 | Infrastructure

The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) continues to deliver on its promise of service above self to its valuable clients. The ports authority recently recorded 413...

Another batch of houses handed over

2 months ago - 23 November 2020 | Infrastructure

Henties Bay • [email protected] A total of 49 houses were handed over to beneficiaries in Henties Bay by Prime Minister Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila.The houses...

Infrastructure

President hands over 20 houses...

2 months ago - 08 November 2020 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay •[email protected] President Hage Geingob handed over 20 houses that were built at the Otweya informal settlement in Walvis Bay by the...

Mapping the road to economic...

2 months ago - 03 November 2020 | Infrastructure

The 12th annual logistics and transport webinar saw local and international experts map out the road to recovery after the devastating effects of the Covid-19...

Road junction open to traffic

2 months ago - 30 October 2020 | Infrastructure

Swakopmund • Erwin Leuschner The junction at the eastern entrance to Swakopmund and a total of 33km of tar road between Swakopmund and Walvis...

NaTIS arrives in Arandis

2 months ago - 27 October 2020 | Infrastructure

Arandis The deputy minister of Works and Transport Veikko Nekundi officially opened a NaTIS office in Arandis today. Nekundi said that the realisation...

A growing company

3 months ago - 27 October 2020 | Infrastructure

Walvis Bay An estimated N$60 million inclusive of current developments was already spent on developing the Searail Botswana Dry Port facility in...

Transforming the transport industry ...

3 months ago - 20 October 2020 | Infrastructure

The transport industry is traditionally perceived to be male-dominated, with only a few female professionals present mostly in lower decision-making and administration positions. To have...

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