Jump to navigation

Vol 53 No 4

Published 17th February 2012


Namibia

Blow to Geingob

The presidential ambitions of Hage Geingob appear holed beneath the waterline after he admitted taking a US$300,000 consultancy fee from French nuclear power company Areva in 2008 (AC Vol 53 No 2, The man most likely to succeed Pohamba). He had given advice that helped Areva’s subsidiary UraMin (Namibia) secure a mining licence for their Trekkopje uranium mine, he told the state-owned New Era on 8 February.

End of preview - This article contains approximately 283 words.

End of preview

Subscribers: Log in now to read the complete article.

Account Holders: Log in now and use your Account Credit to buy this article. No Credit? Top up your Account now.


If you have a print subscription already, click here for a password that gives you full access to the website.

If you are logged in, but still cannot access the full text of this article, email customer services or telephone us on +44(0)1638 743633.