Infrastructure

Boreholes to be registered

2 weeks ago - 20 May 2020 | Infrastructure

The City of Windhoek is implementing a project to register privately-owned operational and/or non-operational boreholes in the local authority area, covering all boreholes on urban properties and farmlands, Groot Aub Township and surrounds.In light of...

CRAN reacts to CoW licence issue

3 weeks ago - 14 May 2020 | Infrastructure

Windhoek • [email protected] Telecommunication licensees are encouraged to approach the Communication Regulatory of Namibia (CRAN) if they are aggrieved by the decision to grant the City of Windhoek with a Class Network Facilities Service License.According...

US embassy on the go

3 weeks ago - 13 May 2020 | Infrastructure

The American Embassy in Windhoek plans on constructing a consumer fuel storage facility at their new premises located on the corner of Metje Street and Nelson Mandela Avenue (erf 4274) in Klein Windhoek.According to a...

CRAN approves CoW telecommunication license

3 weeks ago - 12 May 2020 | Infrastructure

Windhoek • [email protected] telecommunications sector was left reeling with the announcement that the CommunicationsRegulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) awarded the City of Windhoek (CoW) a ClassComprehensive Telecommunications Service Licence, after having applied for a Network...

New U.S. facility underway

3 weeks ago - 11 May 2020 | Infrastructure

Environmental sustainability has been a cornerstone element of the design process for the U.S. Embassy’s new facility in Klein Windhoek. “We have ensured the new embassy compound will include renewable energy through solar panels,...

More tippy taps installed

1 month - 20 April 2020 | Infrastructure

Residents of the Samora Machel Constituency in Windhoek welcomed the tippy tap initiative by the Development Workshop Organisation (DWO), which will enable them to wash...

Vandalism rife as City opens more standpipes

1 month - 14 April 2020 | Infrastructure

The City of Windhoek (CoW) connected and opened 1 160 standpipes at all informal settlements to mitigate the risk associated with Covid-19.The City’s chief executive...

CoW waste management on the go

1 month - 07 April 2020 | Infrastructure

Windhoek • [email protected] the City of Windhoek’s solid waste department, it’s business as usual in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, says corporate communication, marketing...

Social distancing not an option for poorest

1 month - 07 April 2020 | Infrastructure

Windhoek • [email protected] home and washing your hands frequently is a privilege many Namibians confined to informal settlements cannot afford amidst lack of indoor plumbing,...

Garden Town seeks former glory

2 months 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...

Work as usual

2 months 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...

Gobabis reconnects water

2 months 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...

Infrastructure

Steer clear!

2 months 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...

Expensive toilets for two constituencies

2 months 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 months 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 months 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

2 months 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

2 months 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...

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