The future is Omusati Construction

“Having a skilled workforce is key in structuring a company so that it fulfills its goals of providing excellent services to the sector. We have also always had the youth in mind, providing employment opportunities, capacity building and skills transfer to them, ensuring that the excellent jobs we do will transcend time,” says Olavi Iita the Managing [...]

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Kahorongo’s Journey to Daimler AG

As the world and trends in technological advancement move towards sustainable systems of running machines and systems, Himeezembi Kahorongo is a name for the future. He has [...]

Déjà vu: As Former President realizes dream port in Walvis Bay

 Fast-forward two decades later, an air of urgency has gripped the Namibia Port Authority (Namport), and the western part of Walvis Bay. There is some sense of anxiety as [...]

Element Consulting Engineers receive EPA Certification

Sixteen engineers from Element Consulting have this month received certification as corporate members of the Engineering Professionals Association (EPA) of Namibia. EPA [...]

ENGINEER of the month: Lwazi Mlomo

Born to a South African and a Namibian mother and father in the year that Namibia attained its independence, Lwazi Mlomo is a perceptive civil engineer specialising in Project [...]

D&P Engineers and Environmental Consultants

  D&P is one of Namibia’s top consulting engineering, project and construction management firms that provide clients with civil engineering, structural [...]

Oshikuku plans growth

Oshikuku’s long term plans of setting itself apart as the premier alternate residential town to Oshakati and Ongwediva is taking firm ground with a new Strategic Plan to [...]

Nathalie Gôagoses steps down as Erongo CRO

  Bringing lasting impact is about more than just making changes when you are there, it is about leaving change that will be felt long after you have gone.Four years [...]

Fleet replacement planning needs to be quantified

The discipline and practice of municipal fleet management for optimum life-cycle costing. The selection of vehicles in the public the public arena is largely driven by [...]

Shack Dwellers save N$25 million …Reinvent access to security of tenure

The Shack Dwellers Federation of Namibia (SDFN) has reached a record 23 000 membership split among its 700 savings groups across the country and saved over N$25million which [...]

Karibib sets tone for the future

Towns used to grow by accident. Sure, the location usually made sense-someplace defensible, on a hill or an island, or somewhere near an extractable resource or the [...]