Dr Itula seeks audience with Geingob

Independent presidential candidate proponent, Dr Panduleni Itula, has written a letter to SWAPO Party Secretary General, Sophia Shaaningwa, requesting a meeting with Party President Hage Geingob as well as other members of the party’s top four following Wednesday’s press conference denouncing him for his independent presidential candidate agenda.
Analysts have reacted with horror to a statement attributed to President Hage Geingob, who in a recent interview with the state-owned daily New Era, was quoted as having said there was pressure on him to appoint a bloated Cabinet because he had to accommodate all his peers in the ruling party.

Official Opposition leader, McHenry Venaani, has accused President Hage Geingob of selling the country after it emerged that government sold four farms to a Russian billionaire.Official Opposition leader, McHenry Venaani, has accused President Hage Geingob of selling the country after it emerged that government sold four farms to a Russian billionaire.

Geingob wants mass housing audit

President Hage Geingob has told Cabinet that he wants a “proper” audit of the Mass Housing Project which was put on ice in 2015 after the National Housing Enterprise was unable to secure the N$2 billion needed to bankroll the first phase of the N$45 billion programme following government’s refusal to provide guarantees to secure the loans required.

Geingob crusade moves to Canada, New York

President Hage Geingob was expected to travel to Canada for a working visit after completing his official working visit to the Republic of Guinea on Thursday.

Geingob talks tough on Chinese loan

President Hage Geingob has assured the nation that Namibia will not allow China to dictate or impose conditions on the N$10 billion that Windhoek wants to borrow from the Asian economic powerhouse as part of the US$60 billion carrot dangled to Africa during a two-day China-Africa cooperation summit held in Beijing recently. 

Geingob sells Namibia to Indonesia

President Hage Geingob has urged the Indonesian business community to consider investing in Namibia because of its strategic location as a gateway to the southern African market.

Geingob’s popularity under test

Analysts have predicted that President Hage Geingob likely will not maintain his record 87 percent electoral mandate he received in the 2014 presidential election because of several factors that will work against him, including the current economic crisis and divisions within the ruling party. Analysts have predicted that President Hage Geingob likely will not maintain his record 87 percent electoral mandate he received in the 2014 presidential election because of several factors that will work against him, including the current economic crisis and divisions within the ruling party. 

The Ovaherero Traditional Authority (OTA) has taken exception to remarks made by President Hage Geingob at the official opening of the Eenhana Expo on Wednesday.The Ovaherero Traditional Authority (OTA) has taken exception to remarks made by President Hage Geingob at the official opening of the Eenhana Expo on Wednesday.

Geingob mourns friend Theo-Ben Gurirab

President Hage Geingob has mourned the late veteran diplomat and former speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Theo-Ben Gurirab, who died on Saturday at the age of 80.President Hage Geingob has mourned the late veteran diplomat and former speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Theo-Ben Gurirab, who died on Saturday at the age of 80.

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