Development

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 [...]

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 [...]

Roads Authority completes Road Transport Sustainability Plan

Key Highlights: Hints on shadow tolling instead of toll gates Moves to curtail borrow pits along the main highways Say southern roads are [...]

RFA: Elevating Namibia’s Road Infrastructure Development

One of the issues that remains a perpetual bugbear in Africa, is slow infrastructure spending to unlock the continent’s economic growth potential, [...]

Beyond the Chinese Headlines: Walvis Bay port reshaping Namibia

  By Confidence Musariri The shuttle speeds past Hilton Hotel but Oiva Willbard’s pensiveness turns into apprehension as he finds himself [...]

PetroFund Scholarships stabilising the Engineering market

The Petroleum Education Fund (Petrofund) has over the years served as a vessel for the development of indigenous manpower and technology transfer acquisition [...]

Nampower secures mega Hardap power deal

NamPower, has selected ALTEN Energías Renovables to develop, execute and operate a photovoltaic (PV) solar power plant. Located on the outskirts of [...]

Namport expansion delays costs Namibia N$181million

Expansion project of the Namibian Walvis Bay port, a gateway for international trade will be delayed for a year after discovery of dead organic matter on the [...]

Airbus deal needs further scrutiny-Geingob

  By Donald Matthys STATE HOUSE—The Namibian government will discuss the technicalities involved in the proposal by the French company, Airbus [...]

Build It and Ohorongo Cement open bricklaying academy

The target is to ideally train 210 people in all 14 regions of the country over a period of two years. Should each of those 15 people only employ 2 people, [...]