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.
Travelling with children under the age of 18 should in addition to their passports, carry
Unabridged (full) birth certificate more info… [PDF] The embassy recommends that letters of consent referred to in paragraph 3 be authenticated.
Attention Czech Nationals
Kindly note that the Namibian Embassy in Berlin, Germany will henceforth be responsible for bilateral relation with the Czech Republic.
The Embassy of the Republic of Namibia in Vienna, Austria will therefore cease to issue visas to Czech Nationals after 01.April 2017.
All Namibian Nationals seeking consular services are also advised to contact the Namibian Embassy in Berlin, Germany as of 01.April.2017
During the Opening of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ)
Attending the launch of the Global Judicial Integrity Network. Joining forces to strengthen Judicial integrity and prevent corruption in the Justice system, under the leadership of His Lordship Chief Justice P.S. Shivute of the Republic of Namibia standing 3rd from the right.
Josefina Hamutoko, a PhD student at the University of Namibia, won a national award for scientists under 30 for her study of groundwater recharge in the parched aquifers of the Cuvelai-Etosa Basin. For her study, she used an isotope analysis machine provided by the IAEA in 2010.