Citizens of the following countries and territories can now obtain a VISA ON ARRIVAL at Hosea Kutako International Airport for up to 90 days:
Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia
The cost of the visa on arrival is N$1080 or about USD 71, depending on exchange rate.
Entry and visa requirements:
• Passport valid for a minimum period of 6 month;
• Sufficient means of sustenance, including proof of hotel booking;
• Return Ticket ;
• Medical insurance covering period of stay;
• Completion of visa application form
• Invitation letter from person(s) inviting the visitor or tour operator;
• Yellow fever certificate if applicant has been in yellow fever endemic countries;
• Payment of the prescribed fees; and
• Any supporting document in case of workshop ETC.
Voting Abroad & Voting of Sea Going Personal 13th November 2019
As you might be aware, Namibia will be going to the Polls for the Presidential and National Assembly Elections on the 27th of November 2019 in Namibia and the 17th of November 2019 in all Namibian Missions abroad.
In light of the above all Namibian citizens who are 18 years and older and are in possession of a valid ordinary green Namibian passport, Namibian Identity Document, or Namibian Drivers’ License are urged to exercise their democratic right and participate in the upcoming Elections.(more…)
Hon. Lidwina Shapwa, in the middle speaking at the side event, Women in the Southern Africa Region, during CCPCJ 28th session in Vienna, 20 to 24 May2019
Hon. Lidwina N. Shapwa, Deputy Minister of Justice, Mr. Isaaskar VK. Ndjoze, Executive Director, Ministry of Justice, H.E. Nada Kruger, Namibian Ambassador to Austria, Ms. Sevelina Ashipala and Ms. Helena Itamba from the Namibian Embassy, attending the CCPCJ side-event known as “Towards a Regional Response to Violence against Women in the Southern Africa Region”.
Commissioner – General of the Namibian Collocational Service, second from the right, speaking at the CCPCJ side-event, known as High level of the Group of Friends of the United Nations Standard Minimum rules for the treatment of Prisoners to apply Nelson Mandela rules.
Hon. Lidwina N. Shapwa, Deputy Minister of Justice, H.E. Nada Kruger, Namibian Ambassador to Austria, and Pau E. Shihengo at the Namibian Embassy as well, at the 28th Session of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice held in Vienna from 20 to 24 May 2019
Hon. Lidwina N. Shapwa, Deputy Minister of Justice, H.E. Nada Kruger, Namibian Ambassador to Austria, Mr. Jonathan Tagg, Manager of Rookat Trust, Mr. Bartholomeus De Klerk, on far right and the two gentlemen on left are from the UN, at the side-event known as Combating Wildlife Crime through Smart Partnerships in Namibia.