Border Control

Border Control

Border controls are undertaken by the NAB Border Control Inspectorate to monitor all Namibian borders in order to regulate the movement of agronomic and horticultural products into and out of the country. The purpose therefore is twofold, firstly to implement the local marketing mechanisms for agronomy and horticultural crops in respect of border closure and/or restriction of imports of certain products. Secondly, to safeguard the consumer both in Namibia and export markets from products that may be of sub-standard quality and food safety risks.

NAB manages the following borders of entry/exit into Namibia: (1) Noordoewer, (2) Ariamsvlei, (3) Buitepos, (4) Muhembo, (5) Ngoma, (6) Wenela, (7) Katwitwi, (8) Oshikango, (9) Omahenene, and (10) Walvisbay.

Border Closure and Import Restrictions

Border Inspection Forms:

Fresh Produce Imports

Fresh Produce Exports

Fresh Produce In Transit

Grains and Nuts Imports

Grains and Nuts In Transit

Inland Inspection Forms:

Fresh Produce

Grains and Nusts

Concession and Trans loading forms:

In Transit Agronomic Consignment

Agronomic Consignment

Namibian Immigration Border Posts

White Maize (MT)

Production marketed for 2022/2023

Wheat (MT)

Production marketed for 2022/2023

Horticulture (Fresh Produce)

Locally marketed for 2021/2022

Pearl Millet (Mahangu) (MT)

Production marketed for 2022/2023

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