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From 6th to 11th July 2016 a delegation of 10 representatives from the Namibian Road Transport Sector lead by the Minister of Works and Transport, Hon. Alpheus !Naruseb has been on a study tour to Germany. Besides representatives of the Ministry of Works and Transport, officials of state owned enterprises from the road transport sector such as the Roads Authority and the Road Fund Administration as well as officials from the University of Namibia and City of Windhoek accompanied the Minister. The study tour was organised by the GIZ Transport project and accompanied by Prof. Dr. Heinrich...
02 Aug. 2016 by Johanna Shivute

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14 Jul. 2016 by Laura Merz
From 6th to 11th July 2016 a delegation of 10 representatives from the Namibian Road Transport Sector including the Namibian Transport Minister has been on a study tour to Germany. At the start of the tour the delegation was welcomed by Mr Preuß, executive board member of GIZ.
13 Jul. 2016 by Johanna Shivute
The Ministry of Works and Transport in collaboration with GIZ Transport Namibia has launched the Rapid Result Strategy for the Road Public Passenger Transport Industry in Namibia. The strategy was launched by the Deputy Minister Hon Sankwasa James Sankwasa. There is a clear indication of goals and objectives describing what to be achieved or which strategy to be implemented as well as the responsible institution and time frame. Amongst many objectives the Strategy aims at addressing major issues in the industry through the establishment of a National Taxi Board, the establishment of an...
12 Jul. 2016 by Johanna Shivute
Windhoek, Namibia will receive first honorable mention for implementing their Sustainable Urban Transport Master Plan. The city added 26 modern new buses on seven bus lines, running on a schedule for the first time in Namibia. The buses cover undeserved urban areas and run during off-peak hours, meeting a substantial need. In addition, they have created a non-motorized strategy to make cycling and walking safer for the Namibian Capital’s 350,000 residents.
01 Jul. 2016 by Johanna Shivute