Time change in Namibia on Sunday
Clocks and watches around the country ‘ except in the Caprivi, where the time has remained one hour ahead of the rest of the country during the past five months of official winter time ‘ have to be turned ahead an hour at 02h00 on Sunday to ring in the official start of the approach to summer.
This will bring Namibian time back in line with other countries in the sub-region.
In terms of the Namibian Time Act of 1994, summer time starts at 02h00 on the first Sunday of September each year, being two hours in advance of Greenwich mean time.
Winter starts at 02h00 on the first Sunday of April each year to be one hour in advance of Greenwich meridian.