Embassy of the Federal Republik of Germany in Windhoek
Christian-Matthias Schlaga, Ambassador
+264 61 27 31 00, +264 61 27 31 33
+264 61 22 29 81
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, P.O. Box 231, Windhoek, Namibia.
Sanlam Centre, 6th Floor, Independence Ave. 145, Windhoek.
Administrative / consular district
Press and Media:
FAX: +264 61 27 31 18
Official Language in the host country: English
Attention: Contact via satellite telephone or fax (Satcom) might incur higher costs.
The Embassy's opening times are as follows:
|Monday to Thursday:||07.30 - 16:45|
|Friday:||07.30 - 13.30|
The Embassy's opening times for the public for the visa and consular section are as follows:
|Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday:||09:00 - 12:00|
|Wednesday:||09:00 - 12:00 Uhr and 14:00 - 16:00 Uhr|
A visa application can only be processed once an appointment has been made. To book your appointment, please follow this link.
|New Year's Day||01.01.2018|
|Independence Day (Namibian National Day)||21.03.2018|
|Day of German Unity (German National Day)||03.10.2018|
|International Human Rights Day||10.12.2018|
|New Year's Eve||31.12.2018|
|New Year's Day||01.01.2019|
The Guideline from 30 July 2004 (RL) on Preventing Corruption in the Federal Administration ) defines the legal framework for the tasks of preventing corruption at the headquarters of the Federal Foreign Office and at the diplomatic missions abroad. The RL aims to provide understandable and, by means of few rules, a guideline for integrity and fair and transparent administrative action.
Ethical principles and the rejection of corruption should be firmly established within the employees at the headquarters of the Federal Foreign Office and the posted diplomats and local staff at the diplomatic missions .
Important concerns of corruption prevention at the headquarters of the Federal Foreign Office and at the diplomatic missions abroad include sensitizing employees to the issue, protecting against possible corruption risks and maintaining high ethical standards as an integral part of all administrative acts.
Rewards, personal gifts or other benefits
This principle applies: Acceptance os prohibited!
Employees at the Federal Foreign Office headquarters, as well as the posted diplomats and the local staff at the diplomatic missions, may not accept rewards, gifts or other benefits in relation to their post without the consent of the governement agency. All other regulaitons can be found in the circular of the Federal Ministry of the Interior on the prohibition of accepting rewards or gifts in the Federal Administration dated 08.11.2004 and in the relevant circulars in the Foreign Office. Further information and answers to frequently asked questions on the topic of acceptance of rewards, gifts or other benefits (grants), can be found in the questions and answers catalogue prepared by the Federal Ministry of Economics and the Industry under the auspices of the Federal Ministry of the Interior.
Questions and Information on the subject of corruption prevention at the Federal Foreign Office can be addressed to the Representative for Corruption Prevention at the Federal Foreign Office.
Contact for Corruption Prevention at the Embassy Windhoek is Ms Eva Borkner. You can reach her via the contact form.
The German Embassy's premises are accessible by wheel chair and have wheel chair suitable toilets.
Contact person at the Embassy is Mr. Jörn Semmler, Tel: 061 273 104.
In the event of an emergency concerning German nationals, you may contact our emergency service as follows (also per SMS).
Kindly note that the emergency service can only handle emergency matters which cannot wait until the next working day and that only emergency measures can be taken.
Emergency phone: 081 124 35 72
Emergency phone from abroad +264 81 124 35 72
on weekdays: after hours until 22:00
on weekends and public holidays: 8:00 to 22:00