Writing on the microblogging site Twitter, Transport Minister Cde Joe Biggie Matiza shared these photos and said the President of Zimbabwe was going to commission the building and the port next month.
The Walvis Bay Dry Port project started 5 years ago in 2014. According to the Namport:
In September 2009, the Namibian government granted Zimbabwe 19 000 sqm of land to construct a dry port, seen as critical to boost the landlocked southern African country’s trade. Work on the project officially started in 2014. In recent times Zimbabwean trade volumes through the Port of Walvis Bay have grown significantly to a point where it currently ships around 2500 tonnes a month through the Namibian harbour.