Namibia Public Workers Union

To encourage and promote a spirit of solidarity and unity among all workers.

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Namibia Public Workers Union

To encourage and promote a spirit of solidarity and unity among all workers.

More About Us

Namibia Public Workers Union

To encourage and promote a spirit of solidarity and unity among all workers.

More About Us

Namibia Public Workers Union

To encourage and promote a spirit of solidarity and unity among all workers.

More About Us

About NAPWU

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.

Today, NAPWU organizes workers in the civil service, including government ministries, municipalities, parastatals, semi-stated institutions, private hospitals and schools as well as any organization providing social services, and that is wholly or partially dependent on government funding.

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How do I join?

All our Offices are run by fulltime staff and can be reached at the addresses shown Contact Us page.

 

Members Benefit Fund

All NAPWU members who are paying 1% of their membership fees are automatically part of the union’s Members Benefit Fund which offers death benefit of N$7 500.00 per member.

Where Do I Join?

NAPWU has offices in most of the major towns in the country seen on our shown Contact Us page.

Southern Regional Office

Southern Regional Office - Keetmanshop

 

  • Physical Address: Wurigor Building, Mittel Street, Keetmanshop
  • Phone Number: +264 63 - 223 619
  • Cell Number: +264 81 247 0901

 

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Latest News & Updates

24 July 2018
20 February 2019
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A Little More About NAPWU

Aims & objectives

To organize workers & to improve their economic & social welfare & to fight for economic justice for all Namibian workers. To group them together according to the nature of work they are engaged in, assist them in forming work committees of their own under the auspices of NAPWU.
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Membership Fees

During its 1999 congress, NAPWU decided that members should pay 1% of their wages as their membership fees. This will help NAPWU to become financially self-reliant & to expand its operations. NAPWU has implemented the 1% system at most of the workplaces.
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Operations

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, & Opuwo.
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