Infrastructure

A town looking forward to change

2 days ago - 10 December 2018 | Infrastructure

Nina Cerezo - “For more than 80 years, Oranjemund was an isolated diamond town with the local economy almost completely based on the mining of gemstones. Now we have to seek new business opportunities.”With these...

Transboundary water project now a reality

2 weeks ago - 26 November 2018 | Infrastructure

More than half of the population depends on the Angola-Namibia Transboundary Water Supply Project, according to Namibia's agriculture, water and forestry minister, Alpheus !Naruseb, who made this statement at the official opening of the project...

Gemeenskap vat herstel in eie hand

3 weeks ago - 19 November 2018 | Infrastructure

Yolanda Nel - Die gemeenskap van Rehoboth hou asem op vir 1 Desember wanneer hulle beoog om die Reho Spa te heropen.Die Rehoboth dorpsraad het onlangs 'n skoonmaakveldtog van stapel gestuur om die vervalle spa...

More residential erven outside the capital

4 weeks ago - 12 November 2018 | Infrastructure

Yolanda NelYet another development outside the capital proposes to use the surrounds to create a tranquil atmosphere set in a low density living environment.The intended 78.8ha development located on Portion 1 of Farm Gross Haigamas...

Another development outside Windhoek

1 month - 05 November 2018 | Infrastructure

Yolanda Nel - An environmental impact assessment will be carried for another development south of Windhoek, slated to be established on Portion 1 of Farm Gross Haigamas no 447.The development entails roughly 20 residential portions,...

Upgrades essential

1 month - 29 October 2018 | Infrastructure

With more and more visitors travelling to Namibia, there is an urgent need to upgrade the Hosea Kutako International Airport, according to environment and tourism...

Chinese bidders rule the roost

1 month - 29 October 2018 | Infrastructure

Yolanda Nel - Of the 32 bids received in the pre-qualification round for the construction of Trunk Road 9/1 from Windhoek to Hosea Kutako international...

Omitara receives toilets

1 month - 22 October 2018 | Infrastructure

The community of Omitara in the Omaheke region received newly constructed ablution facilities, constructed as part of council's capital projects earlier this week.A total of...

Resolutions tackle urban land crisis

1 month - 22 October 2018 | Infrastructure

Jana-Mari SmithStakeholders concerned about Namibia’s urban housing crisis especially in regard to the explosive growth of informal settlements, have praise for some of the 55...

NamPower's monopoly ­secured, for now

1 month - 22 October 2018 | Infrastructure

Plans to break NamPower's monopoly have seemingly been delayed as government is stalling with plans to dismantle its dominance and do away with the single-buyer...

New hospital on the cards

1 month - 15 October 2018 | Infrastructure

The development of a new township that, amongst others, includes a hospital, is in the process of being gazetted and registered.According to a recently published...

Waste facility opens in WHK

1 month - 15 October 2018 | Infrastructure

The Windhoek municipality is tasked with the responsibility of ensuring that all waste generated within the city is managed so as to minimise its potential...

Infrastructure

Rehobothers woeker met begraafplaas

1 month - 15 October 2018 | Infrastructure

Hoewel die begraafplaas projek op Rehoboth tans sloer, het dit tot dusver baie goed verloop en is die projekleiers tevrede met hulle vordering.“Die ou begraafplaas...

Urbanisation Namibia's future

2 months ago - 08 October 2018 | Infrastructure

Elvira Hattingh - In the next 30 years, Namibia will have to accommodate another two million people in towns. That is equal to 22 Rundus,...

Traffic congested as road closes

2 months ago - 24 September 2018 | Infrastructure

Yolanda Nel - Traffic in the southern suburbs of the capital has been heavily congested since the recent closure of the access road leading to...

N$142m lost due to non-sales

2 months ago - 17 September 2018 | Infrastructure

Yolanda Nel - A number of proposed purchasers failed to finalise transactions for erven by the end of August, which lead to the automatic cancellation...

TKC key to development

2 months ago - 17 September 2018 | Infrastructure

The seventh Trans Kalahari Corridor Management Committee (TKCMC) joint law enforcement operation took place on the B2 highway near Swakopmund on Wednesday.Speaking on behalf of...

Housing backlog continues to rise...

3 months ago - 10 September 2018 | Infrastructure

Yolanda Nel – A total of 63% of residents in the capital on the waiting list for housing earn less than N$3 000 a month.“Our...

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