Fotostrecke: Fotograf Werner Niebel,           reweni kalender


23561572 1138001479635873 538937252849627633 nThe Government of Namibia has been following the unfolding developments in Zimbabwe with concern, and associate itself with the Statement issued on behalf of SADC.

As neighbours, Member States of SADC and AU, Namibia and Zimbabwe share a common destiny and common aspirations for peace, economic prosperity and democracy for our countries and people. Namibia is concerned that the present situation in Zimbabwe creates uncertainty that is not conducive to peace, stability and consolidation of democracy in Zimbabwe and the region as a whole.

Namibia notes that the Zimbabwe Defence Force has assured the Zimbabwe public and the international community at large that they have not overthrown the Government of Zimbabwe and that they have no intention to take over the governance of the country.

Namibia further notes that the situation in the country remains relatively calm. It is the expectation of the Government of Namibia that democratic institutions in Zimbabwe will continue to carry out their constitutional functions. Namibia urges all the parties concerned to scrupulously adhere to the relevant provisions of the SADC Treaty on Governance and the African Union Constitutive Act. Namibia will continue to follow closely the situation in Zimbabwe.

Issued by Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, MP, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of MIRCO


Einladung Wirtschaftsgespräch „Logistikhub Namibia“

Anlässlich des Deutschlandbesuches einer namibischen Delegation aus dem privaten und öffentlichen Sektor lädt Sie der Afrika-Verein der deutschen Wirtschaft in Kooperation mit der Botschaft der Republik Namibia und der Walvis Bay Corridor Group sowie unterstützt durch die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), die Logistics Alliance Germany (LAG) und Hamburg Hafen Marketing, ein zu einem

Wirtschaftsgespräch „Logistikhub Namibia“
am 20. November 2017, 9.30 – 14.00 Uhr
im Afrika-Verein der deutschen Wirtschaft
Neuer Jungfernstieg 21, 20354 Hamburg

Namibia hat das klare Ziel, ein regionaler Marktführer im Bereich Logistik und Vertrieb im südlichen Afrika zu werden. Die gut ausgebaute Infrastruktur mit dem hochmodernen Hafen von Walvis Bay und einem hervorragenden Straßennetz macht Namibia bereits jetzt zur Drehscheibe für das gesamte südliche Afrika. Umfangreiche weitere Investitionen in die Infrastruktur sollen das Land künftig zum Logistik-Hub ausbauen.

Die positive wirtschaftliche Entwicklung in einer Reihe von SADC-Ländern, insbesondere im Bergbausektor in Sambia und der Demokratischen Republik Kongo nimmt an Fahrt auf und begünstigt so weiterhin Namibias Positionierung als regionales Logistikzentrum. Klicken Sie bitte hier, um weiterzulesen....

23244227 1542797829169510 8431538976487068728 nNew joint project inaugurated: 34 Access Roads in Northern Namibia Flood-Proofed

09 November 2017

In Namibia, the Ministry of Works and Transport and the German Embassy broke the ground for a new project in Okalongo yesterday: 34 access roads in northern Namibia will be flood-proofed over the next two years. 

Flood-proofing of roads with a combined length of 128 km in Omusati and Ohangwena region will improve access to 7 clinics and 18 schools. "Better access to clinics in the rainy season can have a life-saving character", Stella Seibert-Palaschino (German Embassy Windhoek) said in her speech at the ceremony.

photo: Alpheus !Naruseb (center right; Minister of Works and Transport), and Stella Seibert-Palaschino (center left; Counsellor for Development Cooperation at the German Embassy)  after "breaking the ground" for the new project.

23316824 1542798675836092 439263816369095870 nMinister !Naruseb underlined, that the roads will be built by 6 "Emerging Contractors". These Namibian Small and Medium Enterprises have undergone training and gathered experience which allows them to conduct the works on their own accountability without guidance by main contractors.

The project will cost approximately 12,4 million Euro (200 million Namibian Dollar) of which 60 million Namibian Dollar will be contributed by the Namibian government. The project fosters economic development and social progress through improved access to education and health services.

photo: Minister !Naruseb and the "Emerging Contractors"

copyright: KfW


Theo Ben Gurirab LectureThe Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation invites the Namibian public to attend the 1st session of the Dr. Theo-Ben Gurirab Lecture Series, to be held on the 16 November 2017, at 18:00, at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) - Auditorium 1The discussion will be held under the theme: “The Role of the Youth in the Implementation of Agenda 2063: Challenges and Opportunities”

The Lecture Series is aimed at involving the public on taking an interest in and shaping Namibia’s policy on international relations and cooperation.

Cybercrime Parliament UNAMSpeaker of the National Assembly, Hon. Prof. Peter Katjavivi has urged fellow Parliamentarians to expedite the process of enacting a law dealing with cybercrime as Namibia continues to rapidly embrace information and communication technology.

Katjavivi was speaking when he officially opened a one day Cyber Security Conference for Members of Parliament in Windhoek today (06/11/17).

The conference is an initiative of Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) in collaboration with the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Information and Communication Technology and Innovation.

The gathering that has brought together lawmakers and industry experts is intended to capacitate lawmakers on the technical subject of cyberspace, a global trend that not only comes with unlimited opportunities but also presents threats such as cybercrimes. According to Katjavivi, Namibia is not an exception. “Our namibian cyberspace is highly vulnerable to cyber threats and attacks. These types of cybercrimes can range from financial fraud, cyberbullying, hacking and child pornography among many others”, noted Katjavivi.

Chairperson of the Parliamentary standing committee on ICT and Innovation, Hon. Faustina Caley added that the conference was taking place at an opportune time when Parliament is expected to debate the electronic transaction and Cybercrime bill that is in the process of being finalized.

The bill will also target online child pornography among other cybercrimes.

22829331 897569467066211 4443623299681233417 oDr. Hage Geingob’s Speech at the handing over of Houses in Walvisbay

Dr. Hage Geingob·Friday, October 27, 2017



Director of Ceremonies, Hon. Sophia Shaningwa, Minister of Urban & Rural Development and, Hon. Derek Klazen, Deputy Minister of Urban & Rural Development, Hon. Cleophas Mutjavikua, Governor of the Erongo Region, Your Worship Alderman Immanuel Wilfried, Mayor of Walvis Bay, Hon. Regional and local authority Councilors, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and gentlemen.

In keeping with its ongoing commitment towards improving the livelihood of the Namibian people as well as our declaration of an all-out war on poverty, in 2015, the Government launched the Massive Urban Land Servicing Project (MULSP), to expedite our ongoing efforts in terms of servicing and delivery of residential land and affordable housing in urban areas.

As you may recall, in 2015 I visited sites in Windhoek, Oshakati and Walvis Bay, accompanied by Ministers Shaningwa and Schlettwein, for the purpose of identification of sites to kick start the implementation of the Massive Urban Land Servicing Project. Following our visits, technical officials then proceeded to craft the details of the project sites and scope. This process resulted in the selection of two sites in Walvis Bay, namely Extensions 5, 6 & 7 Kuisebmund and Extension 7 for the Project. Please, click here to read more....

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