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Namibia

Hage Gottfried Geingob

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


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Sam bows out again

The favourite for the vice-presidency is SWAPO’s Chief Whip in the National Assembly Hage Geingob who was Prime Minister from 1990 to 2002...


Sam and son of Sam

One candidate to succeed Pohamba could be former Premier Hage Geingob...


Sam and the successors

Former Prime Minister Hage Geingob would still like to be president; Hamutenya (now reconciled with Pohamba his distant cousin) is seen as divisive and the Nujoma loyalists would bitterly resist his candidacy...


Who's in charge?

Former Prime Minister Hage Geingob is tipped for Foreign Affairs Minister...


Power to the party

Pohamba will have to accommodate former Prime Minister Hage Geingob who left his job in the United States and returned to Namibia after winning re-election to the Assembly last November...


Sam's successor

Instead Pohamba is expected to please the party modernisers by offering a job to former Prime Minister Hage Geingob who could soon be prime minister again as the incumbent Theo-Ben Gurirab will probably step down next year...


SWAPO in turmoil

Yet when Attorney General Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana said concern was hypocritical given the party's refusal to act over past anonymous attacks including those against former Premier Hage Geingob Pohamba ended the discussion...


Sam's man

In 2002 he abruptly demoted former Prime Minister Hage Geingob who had questioned his insistence that Pohamba should be appointed unopposed as new SWAPO vice-president (AC Vol 43 No 25)...


Closer and closer

Presidential emissaries combine arm-twisting and promises of development largesse to woo delegates from the north who will have about 60 per cent of the votes at the congress and those who would have supported former Prime Minister Hage Geingob...


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