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NAPWU as one of the biggest trade union in the country is charged with the responsibility to defend the workers’ rights and interests. The Namibian workers and or the people of Namibia are negatively affected by the high living condition in the country.

High inflation on food and transport remains one of the daily challenges in our beloved land. The effort made by our Government to step in and introduce
zero rated tax on a seleced number of products is highly commended by NAPWU and Namibian workers in particular.

The Namibia Public Workers Union

Namibia Public Workers Union (NAPWU) was formed on 6 December 1987. At that time, Namibia was still ruled by an oppressive colonial regime and NAPWU was facing many difficulties because of its commitment to a free and independent Namibia. NAPWU officials were often harassed and even arrested but NAPWU continued to grow and became the strongest union in the civil service.

We have branches in following towns

NAPWU has offices in most of the major towns in the country such as Windhoek, Oshakati, Ondangwa, Tsumeb, Rundu, Katima Mulilo, Otjiwarongo, Gobabis, Mariental, Keetmanshoop, Karasburg, Luderitz, Swakopmund, Walvisbay, Khorixas, and Opuwo. All our Offices are run by fulltime staff and can be reached at the addresses shown on the overleaf.

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