What is the postcode for Windhoek?
Address format examples
|Details (as variables)||P.O. Box||Private Bag|
|[p.o. box/private bag]||P.O. Box 999||Private Bag 13678|
How do I write a postal address in Namibia?
Address format The following address lines are used in order from bottom up: The last line (above the country name) contains only the postcode. The second last line specifies the delivery Post Office name or postal area name. Locality line can appear in rural or informal addresses.
What is ZIP postal code?
A ZIP Code is a postal code used by the United States Postal Service (USPS). Introduced in 1963, the basic format consisted of five digits. In 1983, an extended ZIP+4 code was introduced; it included the five digits of the ZIP Code, followed by a hyphen and four digits that designated a more specific location.
What is a zip code of Namibia Oshakati?
Oshakati Postal Code Is 00000
Which province is Windhoek in?
|Windhoek ǀAi-ǁGams (Khoekhoegowab) Otjomuise (Otjiherero) Windhuk (German)|
|Second founding||18 October 1890|
What is a postal address example?
Example (in the U.S.): Mr John Smith. 132, My Street, Kingston, New York 12401.
What is the country code for Namibia?
+264Namibia / Dialing code
How can I find my ZIP code?
Whatismyzip.com is a free fast web app to define your postal code. Just allow it to use your current location info and in a few moments you’ll see the zip code of the area you are in. It also provides your probable address with a fragment of Google map.
What is a Swift code Bank Windhoek?
Bank Windhoek’s SWIFT code is BWLINANX and can be used by all customers wishing to make payments to Bank Windhoek.
What is the zip code of Ongwediva Namibia?
Ongwediva Postal Code Is 15006
Does Namibia have postal codes?
Does Namibia have postal codes? After 28 years without a postal code system in Namibia, the national postal service provider NamPost introduced new postal codes in December 2018. They are made of five digits whereas the first two stand for the region, the last two for the post office and the third digit is always a 0.