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Home Affairs

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Namibia

Witbooi urges Hardap councillors to address voter ID issues

    Deputy Minister of Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety, and Security, Lucia Witbooi, visited Mariental to discuss mass voter registration and how the lack of identification cards among residents hinders the election process. Witbooi said out of more than 94 000 identification cards printed by the Ministry of Home Affairs, an alarming 40 000 remain uncollected. “Uncollected identification cards are a big concern. I ask local councillors to work closely […]

todayJuly 19, 2024 5

Namibia

Vice President Leads Groundbreaking Ceremony for N$70 Million Civic Affairs Office in Nkurenkuru

  The Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety and Security ministry held a groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of a Civic Affairs regional office in Nkurenkuru, Kavango West. Led by Vice President, Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah, the N$70 million project is set to begin construction by August 13, and complete in two years. Nandi-Ndaitwah highlighted the office's role in improving service efficiency, including birth and death registrations, identity cards, passports, and immigration matters, while […]

todayJuly 19, 2024 7

Namibia

Home Affairs Mass Registration Effort Nears Completion with Over 90,000 Served

The Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety, and Security ministry is concluding its annual mass registration outreach this month, having assisted more than 90,000 individuals with essential national documents. The initiative, covering all 121 constituencies from February 5 to July 31, aims to provide birth certificates, identity documents, and duplicates, alongside processing citizenship applications. Deputy Minister, Lucia Witbooi emphasized collaboration with constituency councillors to ensure effective outreach coordination and community awareness of […]

todayJuly 18, 2024 6

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Border Post’s 24-Hour Operation Aims to Spark Economic Recovery, Says Albert Kawana

The Home Affairs, Immigration, Safety, and Security minister, Albert Kawana, highlighted the significance of the newly inaugurated 24-hour operation at the Oshikango-Santa Clara border post for economic recovery. He emphasized diverse strategies in response to COVID-19's economic impact and anticipated benefits such as enhanced trade relations, reduced business costs, and improved logistics along the Trans-Cunene Corridor. Kawana promoted seamless cross-border commerce, noting advantages such as eliminating overnight stays for truckers […]

todayJune 17, 2024 15

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