A warm welcome to the website of the High Commission of the Republic of Namibia in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. This Mission is concurrently-accredited to
Cyprus, Greece, Ireland and Malta as well as covering London-based multilateral organisations.
Here you will find a wide range of information about Namibia
and its people, its limitless tourism, trade and investment potential and various services
offered by the Mission to Namibian and foreign nationals. The site further provides you
with links to key public and private sector institutions, local media houses, academia and
many others for those who want to find out more about Namibia. Pertinent developments regarding Namibia / UK relations as well as activities of the Mission aimed at further
strengthening our bilateral relationship also feature as you navigate the site.
Thank you for visiting and for your interest in NAMIBIA.
Roger Bullen was elected as the new Chair of the FRIENDS OF NAMIBIA .. Much thanks and appreciation was expressed to Margaret Lipscomb for many years of excellent work and activity as outgoing chair...
It is a great pleasure for me to address this important gathering .. We view the Namibia International Investment Forum and Expo 2011 as yet another initiative aimed at advancing our agenda for economic growth and job creation...
As Governments and peoples of the Commonwealth nations, we look up to our scientists, academics and private sector institutions to develop new technologies that will enable us to better harness the benefits of our natural endowments.
At the same time, Governments should be flexible and pragmatic enough to ensure that the regulations that they put in place do not unduly stifle the creativity and ingenuity of the private sector to operate economically. In order to create workable Commonwealth partnerships for natural resources development...
We are also proud that Namibia has been recognized internationally as a competitive and attractive investment destination. The recent Africa Competitiveness Report ranks Namibia favourably. Namibia stands at position number four in Africa...
I wish to congratulate you and your country Qatar, on your election as President of this Session. In the same vein, I would like to convey our appreciation to H.E. Dr. Joseph Deiss for his commendable efforts and leadership during his Presidency of the 65th Session. I also
congratulate H.E. Mr. Ban Ki-moon on his re-election as Secretary-General..
My message to you today is that Namibia is open for business. It is an important
priority for our country to promote trade and investment. This is part of our national
development strategy aimed at broadening the industrial base of our economy....
I would like to take this rare opportunity to thank you most sincerely on behalf of the staff of the High Commission of the Republic of Namibia to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, and indeed on my own behalf, for inviting us here to Manchester to honour this most important day..
His Excellency Hifikepunye Pohamba arrived in London on 21 June 2011 to
address the annual Africa Business Forum & Awards in his capacity as
Chairperson of Southern African Development Community (SADC)..
The Cabinet at its Fifth Meeting (2011) declared certain minerals as controlled and high value minerals or strategic minerals. These strategic minerals include uranium, gold, copper, coal, diamonds, and rare earth metals..