Nekongo swings hard at CoW

SWAPO Party Youth League (SPYL) Secretary, Ephraim Nekongo, this week expressed his displeasure with what he termed a leadership crisis at the Windhoek Municipality.

CoW avails zero serviced plots in 2018

The City of Windhoek has failed to avail even a single serviced plot or affordable house in the 2017/2018 financial period due to budgetary constraints as well as moratoriums on various housing schemes.

CoW inaugurates N$70m health waste facility

The City of Windhoek (CoW) has inaugurated a health care risk waste treatment facility in the capital built at a cost of N$70 million.

Suspended City Police chief, Abraham Kanime, remains uncertain about his future after the City of Windhoek failed to charge him two weeks ago as promised. Suspended City Police chief, Abraham Kanime, remains uncertain about his future after the City of Windhoek failed to charge him two weeks ago as promised. 

CoW to commission new crematorium in May

The City of Windhoek says a new crematorium to replace the old facility that has constantly broken down over the past few years, will be commissioned by mid-May this year.

Residents complain about CoW long queues

The City of Windhoek says that it is prepared for the avalanche of residents who will be swarming the council offices to settle their municipal bills after terminating its service contracts with MobiPay and Nampost.

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