Geingo children express gratitude for support during mourning period


The Namibian nation yesterday bid farewell to its leader, Dr. Hage Geingob, with a state funeral that was attended by dignitaries from around the world. 

The eldest children of the late President, Mangaliso Fernandez Geingob and Nangula Geingos, expressed their gratitude for the support and love shown during the mourning period.

The siblings expressed their sincere gratitude to the Presidency and all other entities that coordinated the dignified funeral of their father.

Late Dr. Hage Geingob remembered as decisive leader


Some who honour the late Dr. Hage Geingob have described the fallen statesmen as a leader who was decisive and would quickly reprimand those who stepped out of line.

Dr. Geingob, on various occasions, publicly showed disdain for corruption, and as chair of the decision-making Cabinet, he held no punches back.

His 2004 doctoral thesis is titled "Promoting Democracy and Good Governance," which reflected the strong values that he stood for when he assumed the highest office in 2015.

MoHSS questioned over cancer treatment equipment


The Ministry of Health and Social Services (MoHSS) faced questions about the availability of cancer treatment equipment in the country following the death of Dr. Hage Geingob, who had to seek treatment in this regard in the United States of America.

During a recent parliamentary session, the leader of the Namibian Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF), Epafras Mukwiilongo, raised concerns and asked the Ministry of Health about plans to acquire modern cancer treatment machines.

Omaheke Region reflects on Late President Geingob's legacy


In the Omaheke Region, leaders and citizens alike are reflecting on the monumental legacy of the late Dr. Hage Geingob, a figure celebrated not only for his pioneering spirit but also for his deep-seated respect for fellow leaders. 

Known for his significant contributions to the nation, one of Dr. Geingob's notable achievements was spearheading the development of modern infrastructure at Toasis in the Aminuis Constituency.

Dr. Geingob dedicated himself to Namibia- MPLA


Angola's ruling party and a sister liberation movement, the MPLA, has added their voice of sympathy to its Namibian counterpart, the Swapo Party, following the untimely death of Namibian Leader Dr. Hage Geingob.

The MPLA, in a statement, says it is saddened by the death of Geingob.

It says the late President Geingob was an icon of the liberation struggle and a national symbol who dedicated himself with total availability and a spirit of sacrifice, especially in defence of the ideals that guided the long process of the struggle to achieve Namibia's independence.