Works ministry to rehire Zim engineers

Ministry of Works and Transport (MWT) wants to recruit 20 expat engineers from Zimbabwe to fill the 87 vacant posts that were advertised last year.

Expat engineers to move into Govt flats

The Ministry of Works and Transport is considering moving the remaining 19 Zimbabwean engineers to Government flats in a bid to cut costs.
Engineering graduates under the banner of the Namibia Society of Engineers (NASE) have described the “stringent” requirements put on the vacancies advertised last month by the Ministry of Works and Transport (MWT), as unreasonable.

Unemployed engineers protest exclusion

Over 400 unemployed Namibian engineers, architects and quantity surveyors have handed in their CVs to the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Works and Transport, Willem Goeieman, after a demonstration at the ministry’s offices in Windhoek on Thursday.

Expat engineers face eviction

Some expatriate engineers that are contracted under the Ministry of Works and Transport, face eviction, as the ministry is struggling to settle their rentals, the Windhoek Observer has been told.


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