Oshikondo shomatungo shi Ii koongolo

Ongeshefa yokutunga moshilongo oya gu pevi noonkondo, sha landula eshunitho pevi lyelongitho yiimaliwa yepangelo unene koopoloyeka dhopashigwana na osha kanitha omwaalu omunene gwoonzo dhopauntu.

18 April 2019 | Business

Omupeha omupesidende gwoConstruction Industry Federation (CIF), Panashe Daringo, okwa pula epangelo opo li yambidhidhe oshikondo shoka sha dhengwa odhimbo onene konkalo yeliko lyoshilongo ndjoka ya gwa pevi.

Daringo, ngoka e li omukomeho gwehangano lyoMPP Civils, okwa popi kutya okwa thiminikwa konkalo opo a kuthe miilonga aaniilonga yamwepo, omanga ta ningi oonkambadhala dhokuya moonkundathana nepangelo kombinga yoshikondo shomatungo.

“Iinima kayi li nawa na otatu galikana opo tu mone eyambidhidho. Otashi ulike kutya shoka tatu popi otashi yi momakutsi ga thita,” Daringo a popi sha landula oonkambadhala dhoka a ningi okuya moonkundathana nepangelo.

Pahapu dhe oshikondo shoka osha kanitha aanuunongo oyendji noonkondo.

Omapopyo ge oga kolekwa kumenindjela gwoCIF, Bärbel Kirchner, ngoka a popi kutya oshikondo shawo osha gumwa noonkondo ketokolo yepangelo opo Ii shunithe pevi omwaalu gwiimaliwa mbyoka tayi longithwa, unene moopoloyeka oonene dhoshilongo noopoloyeka dhilwe dhomayambulepo.

Pahapu dha Kirchner okwa ningwa oonkundathana nkene ku na okukwathelwa oshikondo shoka.

Palopota yOmbaanga Onene moshilongo, ano oBank of Namibia (Bon), yomvula yo 2018, ongushu yoshikondo shomatungo keliko lyoshilongo oya li poopresenda 18.3 momvula yo 2018 okuyeleka noopresenda 25.6 mpoka ya li momvula yo 2017. Okwa lopotwa kutya omvula ya piti oompito dhiilonga dha thika po 60 000 odha kana moshikakomvula sho 2016/17.

Uuyelele mboka owa hololwa molopota ndjoka ya pewa opaliamende koEmployment Equity Commission.

Oompito dhiilonga ndhoka odha kana onga oshizemo shegwo pevi lyeliko lyoshilongo ndyoka lya tameke momvula yo 2016.

Oopoloyeka odhindji dhomatungo dhepangelo odha kalekwa omolwa ompumbwe yiimaliwa, sha li sha etitha epangelo li kale nomikuli dhiifuta yaatungi yopoloyeka ndhoka ya thika poobiliyona 2.2.

Shoka osha etitha eshuno pevi lyiilonga yomatungo unene komahangano ngoka ga li giikolelela kookondalaka dhepangelo.

Iilonga yi li po 6 510 oya kana moshikondo shomatungo, momvula yo 2016/17.

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