5th year in a row! Namibia’s road network ranked NUMBER ONE on the African continent

Namibia’s road network has been rated the best on the African continent for the 5th consecutive year, says the Deputy Minister of  Works and Transport, John Mutorwa.

The Deputy Minister of Works and Transport, Veikko Nekundi visited Walvis Bay yesterday to launch the second edition of a report on the state of Namibia’s Logistics. In his keynote address, on behalf of the Minister  of Works and Transport, Nekundi said Namibians can be proud of the country’s road network. Also the country’s two sea ports (the port of Walvis Bay and the Port of Lüderitz) which has also received several accolades for world-class efficiency and safety.

The “Namibia Logistics Plan” was launched in February 2015 with technical support rendered by Japan.

According to Nekundi this strategic document provides the roadmap for Namibia to speed up and reach its goal of becoming a viable and successful logistics hub in Southern Africa by 2025.

As part of this master plan, regular update in the form of a report on the state of the country’s logistics would be published. The first State of Logistics Report was launched in 2019 and the second edition was launched during a ceremony at Walvis Bay yesterday (Thursday 25 March).


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