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Namibia

Hage Gottfried Geingob

Date of Birth: 3 August 1941
Place of Birth: Otjiwarongo, Otjozondjupa Region


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SWAPO stumbles

The northern Ovambo/Kavango communities – 40% of the population – appear to remain solidly behind SWAPO and the minority Damara President Hage Geingob's own community numbering some 150 000 are also largely behind it even if Geingob is unlikely to take 87% of the vote as he did in 2014...

Ministers caught in the net President Hage Geingob's claim to be fighting corruption in government has been blown apart by the media exposure of ministerial bribery on an apparently enormous scale...


SWAPO succession dilemma

There is virtually no prospect of President Hage Geingob Namibia's first non-northern head of state failing to secure a second five-year term in the presidential and legislative elections due in late November...


Ramaphosa begins world tour

As well as meeting Mnangagwa and Lourenço Ramaphosa called on President Ian Khama of Botswana Hage Geingob of Namibia and Filipe Nyusi of Mozambique...


Geingob reasserts control

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...


Hage's big tent

Winning over new voters from outside its traditional Oshivambo power base President Hage Geingob's party won all but eight of 121 constituencies taking control of all 14 regional councils for the first time...


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...


Geingob goes for continuity

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 Minister and Deputy Prime Minister...


Geingob for a shoo-in

SWAPO's presidential candidate the current Vice-President and Prime Minister Hage Geingob 74 has been preparing for this moment for some time...


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 to cope with in the next Parliament (AC Vol 55 No 17 Geingob goes for broke)...


Geingob goes for broke

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


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