OKAHANDJA: Okahandja Mayor Dawid Uri-Khob says a lack of serviced land for both residential and industrial purposes is one of the challenges faced by that town’s municipality.
Uri-Khob said this yesterday during the opening of 42 sectional title units at the Lemero Court development here.
The construction of the development was funded by Old Mutual’s Managing Infrastructure Development in Namibia (MIDINA) at a cost of N.dollars 10 million.
The development, located near the main road in the Veddersdal residential area, was constructed by Auas Business Enterprises and Ombo Investment.
Uri-Khob said the town has been growing at a fast pace, causing the demand for housing to expand on a daily basis, and causing it to outnumber the serviced land in the newly proclaimed extensions.
2 (WINDHOEK) – The National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia (Namcor) has concluded an agreement with one of the biggest local mines, the Langer Heinrich Uranium Mine, for the supply of fuel products.
Chairman of Namcor’s Board of Directors, Johannes !Gawaxab announced during a media conference held here yesterday that the company was also recently awarded tenders for the supply of petroleum products by the Namibian Port Authority (Namport) and Swakopmund Municipality.
He said that it is a good indicator that Namcor is firmly positioning itself in the downstream market and will soon become a competitive player to be reckoned with in the industry.
!Gawaxab added that Namcor foresees a strong growth pattern for the company in this line of business and will soon appoint distributing agents in the towns of Ondangwa, Oshakati, Rundu, Katima Mulilo and Luderitz.
These efforts, he said, will enable the company to provide a complete package of supply to the fulfillment of customer satisfaction throughout the country.