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.

President delivering on prosperity pledge - Steytler

President Hage Geingob is delivering on his election campaign pledge of bringing prosperity to Namibia despite the current economic downturn, Geingob’s economic advisor, John Steytler, has said.

Geingob selling dreams – analysts

Political analysts this week called out President Hage Geingob for selling dreams with his Harambee Prosperity Plan, arguing that there is no evidence that Namibia is moving towards prosperity. Political analysts this week called out President Hage Geingob for selling dreams with his Harambee Prosperity Plan, arguing that there is no evidence that Namibia is moving towards prosperity. 

President Hage Geingob’s clean-up campaign scheduled for this Friday during Africa Day, has received great support from the corporate world.

RFI still to retract Geingob report

Radio France International (RFI) has not made the demanded apology to President Hage Geingob after publishing a widely circulated article suggesting that he had received questionable payments from the sale of Canadian firm,

Geingob fails 3-year test - analysts

President Hage Geingob has failed a leadership test because of his inability to fight corruption and his mismanagement of taxpayers’ money, political analysts said on Wednesday.

Geingob bows down to pressure

President Hage Geingob has rescheduled a nationwide clean-up campaign that was set to take place on Workers Day after protest from the International Trade Union Confederation (ICTU).

Taxman widens lifestyle audit probe

The Department of Inland Revenue has expanded the scope of lifestyle audits called for by President Hage Geingob, to include private citizens, in a bid to root out corruption in the country and to ensure tax compliance.

Analysts call out Geingob on corruption

Political analysts have urged President Hage Geingob to put his money where his mouth is by taking action against ministers or other public officials implicated in corruption acts rather than making continuous public utterances in a blunted way.

Exclusive: MPs declare assets

Parliament has finally released asset declarations by Members of Parliament in line with provisions of the Powers, Privileges and Immunities of Parliament Act of 1996 and a directive from President Hage Geingob.
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