International High-Level Panel Campaign launched


"As heads of state and governments, we must aim to close the water investment gap in Africa for the achievement of not only the water-related SDG targets on the continent, important as they are, but to enable the African continent to achieve her overall developmental goals."

This was the clarion call by President Hage Geingob during the launch of the International High-Level Panel Campaign, titled Mind the Gap: Invest in Water Raising Ambition, in a speech read on his behalf by the Minister of Agriculture, Water, and Land Reform, Carl Schlettwein.

UN General Assembly underway


The UN General Assembly has started with renewed calls for reform of multilateral institutions, including the UN Security Council, in line with the changing socio-economic and political landscape of the world.

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres pleaded with the member states to be determined to tackle the most immediate threat to humanity and the planet’s future.

The UN Chief observed that the world seems incapable of coming together and agreeing on mutual solutions, despite the move towards a multi-polar world.

Teachers from Oshikoto Region engage President Geingob


Teachers from various schools in the Oshikoto Region engaged President Hage Geingob and raised concerns around businesses benefiting from state tenders, using foreign expertise over locals.

The teachers from Tsumeb English Medium, Ontana Combined School, and Nehale Secondary School are accompanying learners from grades seven to twelve who are on a school tour to the |Khomas Region.

Learners, teachers from Oshikoto Region visit State House


President Hage Geingob has encouraged school learners to take their studies seriously, true to the saying that 'education is the greatest equaliser'.

Learners and teachers from the Oshikoto Region visited State House as part of their school tour to Windhoek.

The pupils are from Tsumeb English Medium, Ontana Combined School, and Nehale Secondary School, from grades seven to twelve.

The visit to State House saw them engage the President and senior officials from the Presidency.

Africa Climate Change Summit underway


Developed nations have been called upon to fulfil their commitment to provide financial and technical assistance to African countries.

The call was made by Vice President Nangolo Mbumba at the Africa Climate Change Summit, underway in Nairobi, Kenya.

Mbumba says adequate funding is crucial to support adaptation and mitigation efforts, improve infrastructure resilience, and promote sustainable development.

Vice President Nangolo Mbumba turns 82


President Hage Geingob has joined the family of Vice President Nangolo Mbumba, wishing him a happy birthday.

Mbumba turned 82 today.

Dr. Geingob says in a statement that Mbumba's dedication to service and tireless commitment to the betterment of Namibia have truly made a difference in the lives of the people.

Dr. Geingob says the nation is forever grateful for the invaluable contributions of the Vice President.

President Geingob appreciates well wishes


President Hage Geingob is humbled by the messages of best wishes from Namibians, fellow Heads of State, and friends on his birthday.

Dr. Geingob celebrated his 82nd birthday on August 3.

In a statement, the President said the messages of support continue to serve as an inspiration in serving the Namibian people to the best of his ability and in the spirit of Harambee.

Founding President hails President Geingob's leadership


Founding President Sam Nujoma has hailed President Hage Geingob's leadership in prioritising the implementation of targeted policy programmes to enhance service delivery.

These efforts, Nujoma says, contribute to economic recovery and engender inclusive growth through the Harambee Prosperity Plan.

It is with this message that the Founding President wished Dr. Geingob well on his 82nd birthday, describing it as a momentous milestone.