Ongos on the go

18 August 2019 | Infrastructure

The groundbreaking ceremony for the N$ 4.3 billion housing project of the Ongos Valley took place in the capital this earlier this week. A total of 4 500 new homes will be built in the first phase over the next 5 years in Windhoek’s northeast. The first three bank loans for the affordable middle-class homes have already been approved. The project is supported by Nedbank Namibia and the Development Bank of Namibia. Pictured here is an artist's impression of what part of the development will look like. Photo Ongos

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