Infrastructure

Calle ecstatic as Neckartal passes 40% mark

1 week ago - 08 January 2021 | Infrastructure

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKAgriculture minister Calle Schlettwein has expressed delight that the amount of water currently in the Neckartal Dam after the recent heavy rains is about 70 million cubic metres, more than the Hardap Dam can...

New development planned south of Windhoek

2 months ago - 18 November 2020 | Infrastructure

YOLANDA NEL WINDHOEK A public meeting is scheduled for Thursday this week to discuss a new proposed development at Farm Gross Haigamas.Developers Birdsong Properties are planning on developing a service station, a rural residential and...

Road junction open to traffic

2 months ago - 03 November 2020 | Infrastructure

ERWIN LEUSCHNERSWAKOPMUND The junction at the eastern entrance to Swakopmund and 33 km of tarred road between Swakopmund and Walvis Bay – including two new bridges over the Swakop River – were officially opened to...

20 low-cost houses for fire victims

3 months ago - 08 October 2020 | Infrastructure

LEANDREA LOUWWALVIS BAYTwo months after a fire swept through the Otweya informal settlement in Walvis Bay, destroying homes, leaving hundreds homeless and killing a two-year-old boy, a groundbreaking ceremony for low-cost housing for 20 affected...

Health facilities handed over at southern border

3 months ago - 25 September 2020 | Infrastructure

Ariamsvlei • Elizabeth Joseph The Anglo American Namibia Foundation (AANF) in partnership with the DeBeers Group officially handed over and inaugurated brand new port health facilities at the Ariamsvlei / Noordoewer border today.The facilities are...

Govt launches housing census

4 months ago - 01 September 2020 | Infrastructure

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEK The ministry of urban and rural development and the Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) have embarked on a housing survey that will contribute...

Police village in the pipeline

5 months ago - 21 August 2020 | Infrastructure

NAMPAWINDHOEKWith many police officers unable to afford decent accommodation in Windhoek, the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) is looking at constructing a police village to house...

Housing high on the agenda in Erongo

5 months ago - 17 August 2020 | Infrastructure

ADOLF KAURESWAKOPMUNDErongo governor Neville Andre has announced that Farm 37 will be ready for occupation by October.“People living in backyard shacks, residents of Otweya informal...

Huge housing backlog in Windhoek

5 months ago - 11 August 2020 | Infrastructure

ELLANIE SMITWINDHOEKThe housing backlog in Windhoek is about 100 000 units and is rising at 3.5% per year, according to the latest report by First...

AR’s Goreangab plots still being serviced five years later

5 months ago - 28 July 2020 | Infrastructure

OGONE TLHAGEWINDHOEKLand that the Affirmative Repositioning movement proposed for mass housing in Windhoek’s Goreangab informal settlement as part of a deal struck with State House...

War vets furious over housing 'propaganda'

6 months ago - 15 July 2020 | Infrastructure

ILENI NANDJATOONESIPeople's Liberation Army of Namibia (PLAN) pioneer war veterans - most of whom are still living in poverty and squalor - say they are...

Harambee target still unachieved

7 months ago - 09 June 2020 | Infrastructure

KENYA KAMBOWERUNDUPresident Hage Geingob's administration has not yet attained the goal of water security outlined by the Harambee Prosperity Plan (HPP) - a national plan...

Infrastructure

Congested roads expected

8 months ago - 07 May 2020 | Infrastructure

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEK With the national lockdown officially being lifted, thousands of Namibians are expected to start travelling again, causing major...

'Land or death'

8 months ago - 06 May 2020 | Infrastructure

Kenya KamboweRUNDUAt Rundu's Sauyemwa Extension 1, squatters are demanding that the local authority provide them with land.They further said the town council must “forget” about...

Coronavirus silver lining for Walvis...

8 months ago - 05 May 2020 | Infrastructure

JEMIMA BEUKESWINDHOEKThe coronavirus-inspired lockdown in South Africa is credited in part with increased cargo at the port of Walvis Bay, which has become preferred...

NHE offers 3 months payment...

9 months ago - 06 April 2020 | Infrastructure

NAMPAGOBABIS As part of its response to the challenges posed by the coronavirus, the National Housing Enterprise (NHE) has offered payment relief to its...

Increased access to water and...

9 months ago - 25 March 2020 | Infrastructure

ELLANIE SMIT A total of 7 684 boreholes have been drilled and fitted since independence and 51 water supply schemes have...

Water governance outdated

9 months ago - 23 March 2020 | Infrastructure

ELLANIE SMIT WINDHOEKThere is an urgent need for a legally binding water regulatory framework, therefore government should enforce the Water Resource Management Act of 2013.This...

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