The |Khomanin Traditional Authority is calling for improved service delivery from both the central government and the City of Windhoek.
A delegation led by senior traditional councilors visited the nbc News to air their concerns.
They alleged that the two institutions are treating them like second-class citizens.
Among the complaints, the traditional leadership wants the City of Windhoek to put up more speed humps in the Dolam residential area.
Special Advisor to the Gaos, Senior Headman Walter Haseb, said the lack of speed humps in the area results in road crushes and deaths that otherwise could have been avoided.
Haseb says that on numerous occasions they appealed for these speed humps but the City of Windhoek cited financial problems, which, according to him shows a lack of interest from the municipality.
He further complained about the lack of consultation by the Finance Minister when drafting the national budget with traditional authorities, saying this is unfair and uncalled for.