President Hage Geingob has been given a 90-day ultimatum by opposition leader, McHenry Venaani, to bring to book culprits implicated in inflating costs in the construction of the Bulk Fuel Storage Facility in Walvis Bay.
Former Cabinet Minister and current SWAPO Party Politburo member, Kazenambo Kazenambo, has strongly reacted to President Hage Geingob’s comments on genocide. During his third annual State of the Nation Address last week Geingob informed Parliament that the genocide negotiations with Germany can only take place between two states and that the European country cannot negotiate with non-State actors.
As controversy continues to stalk the recent decision by the Bank of Namibia Governor, Iipumbu Shiimi (IS), regarding his handling of the SME Bank saga, the Windhoek Observer’s Sonja Smith (SS) caught up with the head of the central bank to discuss his views on the matter, including his relationship with President Hage Geingob and the impact of developments in South Africa on the domestic economy.
President Hage Geingob has been blasted by opposition groups, who accused him of delivering an uninspiring 67-page State of the Nation Address (SONA) in the National Assembly on Wednesday. SWANU President, Usutuaije Maamberua, criticised Geingob for failing to deliver the real SONA. He said the president had instead delivered a review of the Harambee Prosperity Plan (HPP).