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Namibia

Hage Gottfried Geingob

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


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Presidential stakes

Gurirab was regarded as an effective Foreign Minister but has failed to shine as Prime Minister the post he took when Nujoma dismissed previous incumbent Hage Geingob in August 2002...


Looking down the line

In Namibia President Sam Nujoma who changed the constitution to create a third term for himself summarily fired his strongest challenger Prime Minister Hage Geingob in August 2002 (AC Vol 44 No 6)...


Hamutenya in the blocks

Former Premier Hage Geingob is out of the race after accepting a job as Executive Secretary of the Global Coalition for Africa (GCA) based in Washington DC; he resigned as a SWAPO MP last month...


Reluctant Herero

Former Prime Minister Hage Geingob will probably soon go to Washington as Executive Secretary of the Global Coalition for Africa...


Son of Sam

Resistance within SWAPO to Nujoma's fourth term is fuelled by ambitions and rivalries among party leaders heightened in August when Nujoma tried to neutralise his main potential successors as party leader Hage Geingob and Hidipo Hamutenya...


Post Sam, more Sam

Hage Geingob Prime Minister since 1990 was replaced by the equally long-serving Foreign Affairs Minister Theo-Ben Gurirab...


Next, please

In the running SWAPO leadership poll in The Namibian daily newspaper Gurirab is the clear favourite with over half the readers' votes far ahead of Hamutenya and Premier Hage Geingob another Damara presidential contender...


After Sam, maybe

Prime Minister Hage Geingob may open the bidding against the ethnic trend; he is from the minority Damara group in west-central Namibia...


It's party time

Now that Mbumba is on the Central Committee he is a probable candidate - along with Prime Minister Hage Geingob and Trade and Industry Minister Hidipo Hamutenya - to succeed President Sam Nujoma if he stands down before the elections due in 2004...


SWAPO steamroller

Prime Minister Hage Geingob has promised to establish an anti-corruption unit if the present commission on corruption recommends it but legislation is not expected until the end of 2000 at earliest...


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