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Kalahari Sands Hotel & Casino Namibia

Kalahari Sands Hotel & Casino Namibia

Gustav Voigts Centre, 129 Independence Avenue, Windhoek, Namibia
+264612800000
Namib Diesel CC

Namib Diesel CC

28 Second Street, Walvis Bay, Namibia
+26464203971
Karibib Mining & Construction Company (Namibia) Limited

Karibib Mining & Construction Company (Namibia) Limited

8 Wasserfall Street, Swakopmund, Namibia
+26464415600, +26464415602, +264813087478
Telecom Namibia

Telecom Namibia

9 Luderitz Street, Windhoek, Namibia
+264 61 201 2878
Andres Landscaping

Andres Landscaping

15 Moses Tjitendero Street, Windhoek, Namibia
+264 6125 2447, +264 81127 0631
Ontuli Refrigeration and Electrical Services CC

Ontuli Refrigeration and Electrical Services CC

Unit 16, Khomasdal Industrial Park, Ranonkel Street, Windhoek, Namibia
+264 8124 23673
Nehale Investment CC

Nehale Investment CC

584 Tulbagh Street, Mariental, Namibia
+26463241606, +26463247823

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