Fotostrecke: Fotograf Werner Niebel,           reweni kalender

NAMIBIA JOINED THE AFRICAN UNION'S (AU) TRUSTED TRAVEL SYSTEM 

From 15 January 2022 onwards, all travellers entering Namibia are required to have their test results uploaded on the Trusted Travel (TT) System. Background information, guidelines and contact details for questions can be found in the document disseminated by the Namibian Ministry of Health. Please click here....

TT

More information on the AU's Trusted Travel System can be found here...

President

Please click on the above photo to watch the public briefing. 

STATEMENT BY HIS EXCELLENCY Dr Hage G. Geingob
ON THE OCCASSION OF THE 39th COVID-19 PUBLIC BRIEFING ON THE NATIONAL RESPONSE MEASURES

13 January 2022, WINDHOEK

Good Morning,

Allow me to begin by wishing you once again, fellow Namibians in all the 14 regions, a healthy, productive and prosperous New Year 2022 - The Year of Reimaging. Every new year presents a fresh start, a new beginning, to work, not only harder but smarter, guided by lessons from the previous year. To refocus our vision in order to achieve the goals we have set ourselves for as a nation.

In light of what we have been through over the past two years, this is our opportunity to form a new and optimistic mental picture for the future we hope to embrace. This moment presents yet another chance to pursue our dreams with renewed vigour and focus, to achieve success against all odds. I am confident that in this year of reimaging, we can become a better version of ourselves and our country.

Following a very deadly Third Wave of COVID-19 mid-last year, we are all evermore grateful for good health and the invaluable gift of life. Many of our compatriots did not make it to this day, and we will continue to cherish them in our memories. But we must forge ahead relentlessly into 2022 to make the Namibian House a truly inclusive and prosperous home for all her citizens.

The Fourth Wave, which was spurred by the outbreak of the OMICRON variant of COVID-19 in Namibia, in November 2021, was characterized by a very high transmission rate with moderate hospitalisations. We must therefore proceed with caution, because the invisible enemy remains in our midst. We will not be safe, as a nation and as the global community, until all citizens are safe. Combatting this virus is a huge undertaking that will require every human effort, diligence and compliance, to overcome it.

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AMBASSADOR ANDJABA HANDED OVER LETTERS OF CREDENCE TO THE HOLY FATHER POPE FRANCIS, 17 DECEMBER 2021, THE HOLY SEE,  VATICAN

 

Today, 17 December 2021, H.E. Martin Andjaba, Ambassador of the Republic of Namibia to Germany, handed over his Letters of Credence to His Holiness Pope Francis at the Vatican.

Holy See Letters of Credence

The Address of His Holiness Pope Francis can be read here....

PRESENTATION OF LETTERS OF CREDENCE BY THE AMBASSADORS OF MOLDOVA, KYRGYZSTAN, NAMIBIA, LESOTHO, LUXEMBOURG, CHAD AND GUINEA-BISSAU

Clementine Hall, Friday, 17 December 2021

Your Excellencies,

I am pleased to receive you for the presentation of the Letters accrediting you as Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of your countries to the Holy See: Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Namibia, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Chad and Guinea-Bissau. I kindly ask you to convey my sentiments of esteem to your respective Heads of State, together with the assurance of my prayers that Almighty God will abundantly bless them and your fellow citizens with peace and prosperity.

When I gathered with your colleagues a little more than a year ago for the same ceremony, the world was still in the firm grip of the pandemic, yet signs of hope were emerging on the horizon as the initial vaccines were about to be administered. At the time, many believed that their arrival heralded a quick end to the pandemic. While great progress has been made since then, we see a year later how COVID-19 is still causing pain and suffering, not to mention the loss of life.

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The Ambassador was accompanied by his wife, Mrs Caroline Andjaba, his son, Martin Jr., and Mr Brendan Siluka Kabuku, First Secretary. (Photo left to right).

Holy See Delegation

Holy See Arrival

Holy See Credentials1Holy See Credentials 2

 

Holy See Departure

EMBASSY OFFICE HOURS

Kindly take note that the Embassy is open and operates Monday to Friday, 09:00-13:00, 14:00-17:00, adhering to the local COVID-19 protection measures.

General inquiries may be directed to info[ at]namibia-botschaft.de or +49 (0) 30 2540 95-0.

For consular- or visa related inquiries and appointments, kindly contact the Consular Office at visa[at ]namibia-botschaft.de or +49 (0) 30 2540 95-31.


Registration of Namibian Citizens Abroad

Kindly click on the below document or click here to open the interactive form on the Embassy's Consular pages.

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REMINDER

Please be reminded that since 01 April 2016, the Embassy no longer issues visas without the original passports.

All applicants are advised to submit their passports together with their appliactions. The failure to do so will result in your application not being processed.

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Please find below the Embassy's bank account details for the transfer of visa fees:

Hierunter finden Sie die Kontodaten zur Überweisung der Visagebühren:

Botschaft der Republik Namibia
Commerzbank Berlin
Bankleitzahl: 10040000
Konto-Nr.: 0262575400
IBAN: DE82 1004 0000 0262 5754 00
BIC: COBADEFFXXX

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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