First Capital Housing Fund

Few of the homeless can dream of decent housing in their lifetime

Kae Matundu-Tjiparuro The issue is not about with how much surgical precision anyone, let alone the Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF), would wish to make us believe what and how much it is doing to help the government arrest the 300,000 housing backlog and/or shortage the country is experiencing. But that 300,000 housing units, by the government’s own assessment, are needed, and what can be done about this backlog by all and sundry, including the GIPF. Because acute shelter-less, homeless and roofless, is the norm in the housing sector in Namibia. Addressing this acute shortage is and cannot be the…
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