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Namibia

Hage Gottfried Geingob

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


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Economy thrives, BEE slows

Unreconciled opponents of Prime Minister Hage Geingob the expected heir to the presidency resent their marginalisation within the ever-governing SWAPO party...


Experts only rule for work permits

In early March ECE – which is a subsidiary of the East China Mineral Exploration and Development Bureau – informed Namibian Prime Minister Hage Geingob that the firm wanted to obtain work permits for as many Chinese nationals as required...


Raw deals for Windhoek

Just how these factors will shape future relations with China will depend to a large extent on how well Prime Minister Hage Geingob’s transitional cabinet announced late last year will navigate the competing demands from within its own ranks...


Geingob reassures

The governing SWAPO party surprised friend and foe alike by electing Hage Geingob 72 as its presidential successor to President Hifikepunye Pohamba...


SWAPO picks a new leader

The positions of Secretary General and Deputy Secretary General are also up for election and two candidates for the party vice-presidency national Vice-President and Minister of Trade and Industry Hage Geingob 72 and Ekandjo who is 66 have lined up nominees...


SWAPO shutdown

The Vice-President and Trade and Industry Minister Hage Geingob still wants the top job but is no longer the favourite...


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)...


The man most likely to succeed Pohamba

In the coming political battles Vice-President Hage Geingob is best placed to succeed President Hifikepunye Pohamba as leader of the governing SWAPO previously the South West African People’s Organisation...


Citizen candidate

The constitution of the governing SWAPO (formerly South West African People’s Organisation) says its vice-president automatically becomes the next presidential candidate – Trade Minister and former Premier Hage Geingob...


The rise and rise of son of Sam

At 57 he is younger than his rivals for the presidency such as SWAPO Vice-President and Trade and Industry Minister Hage Geingob (70) from the minority Damara...


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