Infrastructure

Garden Town seeks former glory

3 days ago - 02 April 2020 | Infrastructure

Okahandja interim municipal council administrator Linus //Garoeb said will be a challenge to get the town to where it is used to be.At the moment rubbish remains uncollected, roads are filled with potholes, the drainage...

Work as usual

4 days ago - 01 April 2020 | Infrastructure

Windhoek • [email protected] current coronavirus pandemic raises questions and brings challenges regarding waste management practices and procedures, as well as safety and health measures for persons working in these industries. With many waste removal employees...

Gobabis reconnects water

5 days ago - 01 April 2020 | Infrastructure

The municipality of Gobabis has reconnected 34 suspended water meters as per the directive by the ministry of urban and rural development to curb the spread of Covid-19.Confirming the reconnection, the town’s public relations officer...

City says toilets were cheaper

1 week ago - 26 March 2020 | Infrastructure

The City of Windhoek (CoW) reacted to reports by the Namibia Press Agency that it spent N$15 million to build 25 communal toilets.The CoW said that the toilets that were inaugurated last week at Sonderwater...

Steer clear!

1 week ago - 25 March 2020 | Infrastructure

Windhoek • [email protected] In response to President Hage Geingob’s assertion of the State of Emergency on Covid-19, the Windhoek municipal council announced additional measures to strengthen the city’s preparedness and response to the current outbreak...

Expensive toilets for two constituencies

2 weeks ago - 23 March 2020 | Infrastructure

The Windhoek Municipality handed over 25 communal toilets – three to Sonderwater in the Katutura East Constituency and 22 in the Khomasdal Constituency – costing...

Air Nam continues flying

2 weeks ago - 19 March 2020 | Infrastructure

Air Namibia announced that while its route to Germany is on hold, inbound and outbound flights to South Africa and other countries in the region...

Property prices dampen

2 weeks ago - 18 March 2020 | Infrastructure

While economists believe that the decision by the Bank of Namibia to reduce the repo rate from 6.50% to 6.25% and the resultant adjustments by...

City sued

3 weeks ago - 13 March 2020 | Infrastructure

Marc Springer Paratus has filed an injunction against the Windhoek City Council, saying it feels that its entrepreneurial freedom is being impaired and that the...

Namibia receives water support

3 weeks ago - 13 March 2020 | Infrastructure

The African Development Bank (AfDB) approved close to a N$1.9 billion loan and a €3 million grant to support Namibia’s water sector support program. The...

Oanob dam under investigation

4 weeks ago - 09 March 2020 | Infrastructure

Reboth • [email protected] Residents of Rehoboth are worried after noticing cracks in the Oanob dam wall, however NamWater says it needs more data for a...

MTC wants to house homeless

1 month - 28 February 2020 | Infrastructure

MTC has set itself the goal to provide affordable housing for the homeless.According to MTC spokesperson Tim Ekandjo, the company plans to build 270 apartments...

Infrastructure

Slight revenue increase for ECB

1 month - 26 February 2020 | Infrastructure

The Electricity Control Board (ECB) has recorded a 3.6% revenue increase from N$86.3 million in the 2017/18 financial year to N$89.4 million in the 2018/19...

081Every1 expands

1 month - 25 February 2020 | Infrastructure

MTC today announced the completion of phase one of the N$1 billion 081Every1 network project and the commencement of phase two.The project was officially launched...

Millions for electrification

1 month - 21 February 2020 | Infrastructure

The City Council has decided to answer to the call of its residents by investing N$14 million, for the electrification of about one thousand two...

Neighbours appeal against CoW decision

1 month - 20 February 2020 | Infrastructure

Yolanda Nel – Neighbours of a proposed three storey dwelling in Xena Street, Windhoek, have appealed against the City of Windhoek after the municipal council...

Fibre fight continues

1 month - 17 February 2020 | Infrastructure

Yolanda Nel Although the City of Windhoek (CoW) indicated two years ago that they won’t continue allowing IT service provider Paratus to install fibre optic...

Paratus and CoW clash

1 month - 14 February 2020 | Infrastructure

Yolanda NelParatus employees who were digging trenches for fiber-optic connections in the capital yesterday, were stopped when equipment and the contractor's truck were seized by...

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