Daily Archives: June 4, 2020

Government does not lack the political will to fight corruption in the country President said

Government does not lack the political will to fight corruption in the country, President Hage Geingob said while delivering the sixth State of the Nation Address (SONA) in the National Assembly today. Geingob said corruption in all forms is destructive

Government achieves 70 per cent execution rate on HPP

At the end of the first term of this government, the Harambee Prosperity Plan recorded over an average 70 per cent overall execution rate on set goals and outcomes, President, Hage Geingob announced. Geingob said this on Thursday while sharing

Geingob advised not to discuss Fishrot allegations

President Hage Geingob said, he was advised by his lawyers not to talk about the fishrot allegations leveled against him and the ruling party Swapo, as the case is in court. Geingob made the remarks on Thursday at Parliament when

Geingob urges African countries to work with development bodies

President Hage Geingob said African countries should work through existing established development bodies to form regional, continental and international coalitions that support the recovery of countries from crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic. Geingob made the remarks while delivering his sixth

Housing remains a challenge: Geingob

The delivery of serviced land, housing and sanitation has progressed well in line with targets of Harambee Prosperity Plan to deliver 20 000 new houses, which is 82 per cent of 16 464 houses delivered by March 2020. This was

Economy continues to experience unprecedented headwinds: Geingob

President Hage Geingob said the Namibian economy continues to experience unprecedented headwinds since 2016 with challenges such as the declining economic growth and per capital income and the low investments. Geingob who was delivering his sixth State of the Nation

Namibia on verge of achieving total HIV/AIDS epidemic control: Geingob

Namibia is on the verge of achieving total Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV\AIDS) epidemic control in line with the triple 90 goals, as the country’s HIV response stands at 94:96:95. This means 94 per cent of people who are

Upper middle income classification continues to disadvantage Namibia

During a telephonic conversation with the Canadian Prime minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday, Namibian President Hage Geingob has raised pressing issues of “Upper Middle-Income Countries” as Namibia find themselves in and which requires urgent re-examination. Geingob further reiterated to Trudeau