Channel 4 : NAMIBIA


BUILT ENVIRONMENT HEADLINES

Date News Item Topic Active
16.11.15 Infrastructure funding gap stands at N$150 billion Infrastructure -
13.11.15 Namibian Independent Power Producers at risk Alternative Technologies, Electricity, Energy -
13.11.15 City of Windhoek to privatize water works Sanitation, Water Resources +20%
13.11.15 Windhoek Misses Water Targets Water Resources -
06.11.15 Namibia Introduces Property Ban for Foreigners Foreign Activity, Real Estate +20%
10.10.15 Squatters invade Windhoek's Augustineum School Housing, Informal Settlements, Schools -
02.10.15 Water Restored to Auasblick Water Resources -
02.10.15 Construction Dominates Khomas Regional Spending Construction +10%
01.10.15 Fire Ruins New Shopping Mall in Namibia Fire Events, Malls -
25.09.15 The Politics of Water Scarcity in Namibia Water Resources +10%
11.09.15 Mass Housing Mandate to Be Returned to NHE Housing +10%
10.09.15 N$4 Billion for Railway Upgrade Railways +20%
08.09.15 Rent-A-Drum Employs Dumpsite Scavengers Pollution, Recycling, Waste Management -
07.09.15 Chinese-built school brings education to 600 children in Namibia Foreign Activity, Schools +10%
04.09.15 Repairs Continue At Windhoek Crematorium Dead Body Disposal -
04.09.15 Omuthiya Plans to Build International Stadium Stadiums +30%
03.09.15 Windhoek Already Using October's Water Water Resources -
03.09.15 Herero Mall to Get a Facelift Malls, Refurbishments +10%
03.09.15 Alternative Housing Set for Outapi Alternative Technologies, Housing +20%
02.09.15 JLK Construction in serial wage disputes Construction, Labour -