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Population: 2.53 mn.
GDP: $13.25 bn.
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Geingob reasserts control

The President has seen off a serious challenge as he prepares to take action on corruption and regain public trust

Almost three years into his first five-year term, Namibia's first non-Oshiwambo head of state, Hage Geingob, seems to be in a dominant position. Previously acting leader of the rul...

Hage's big tent

An overwhelming victory in the 27 November regional and local elections sees the SWAPO Party ever more dominant. Winning over new voters from outside its traditional Oshivambo powe...

Hage heads off land protests

President Hage Geingob has defused urban land protests which threatened to erupt into mass occupations at the end of July. This follows an unprecedented declaration of his and his ...

Geingob goes for continuity

The new President is putting the party to the fore in selecting his top team. He is pro-business, but pro-SWAPO first

President-elect Hage Geingob has affirmed his loyalty to the SWAPO Party and his preference for continuity with his choices for the top political offices of Vice President, Prime M...

Geingob for a shoo-in

Everything is going SWAPO’s way for a decisive victory in the elections on 28 November

Other countries may be tiring of one-party states founded by leaders of anti-colonial armed movements but not, it seems, Namibia. The SWAPO Party – formerly the South West Af...

New faces wanted

Although Prime Minister Hage Geingob got his way with controversial constitutional amendments, it looks as if he may have a crowd of radical SWAPO Party Youth League (SPYL) members...

Geingob goes for broke

The Premier rushes through laws to give SWAPO more seats in Parliament and allow more political appointments

Prime Minister Hage Geingob is pushing through wide-ranging constitutional changes which will increase his power when he becomes Namibia's next President. Geingob, who is also Vice...

How to spend it

In stark contrast to the budgetary caution shown by South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, his Namibian counterpart, Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila, has raised state spending b...

Geingob at last

In November, veteran SWAPO leader Hage Geingob will take over one of Africa’s most stable political systems

Under outgoing President Hifikepunye Pohamba and the Prime Minister and president-to-be, Hage Geingob, the governing SWAPO Party approaches November’s general elections more ...

Katti goes for gold

Knowledge Katti, the oil exploration millionaire and close associate of Prime Minister Hage Geingob, appears to be on the verge of another business coup. Katti represents one of tw...

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