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.

Samoa Agreement will have no implications for Namibia's policies -Ndjoze


The Samoa Agreement will have no implications for Namibia's policies or constitution.

This assurance was given by National Planning Commission Director General Obeth Kandjoze, who signed the agreement on behalf of the government.

Namibia signed the Partnership Agreement between the European Union (EU) and its member states and the members of the Organisation of the African, Caribbean, and Pacific States (OACPS), which is also known as the "Samoa Agreement," on Monday in Brussels, Belgium.

Namibia calls for immediate suspension of the IMF surcharges


Namibia has added its voice to the countries calling for the immediate suspension of the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) surcharges for developing countries during the 8th Ministerial meeting of the Like-Minded Group of Middle Income Countries at the UN General Assembly on Friday.

Surcharges are additional interest payments the IMF imposes on heavily indebted borrowing countries.