Botswana celebrates Dr. Hage Geingob legacy


Botswana held a state memorial service in honour of the late President Hage Geingob, honouring his legacy while cementing the relationship between the two countries.

The two Heads of State, President Nangolo Mbumba and President Mokgweetsi Masisi, hailed the legacy left behind by Dr. Geingob.

The relationship between Namibia and Botswana dates back to the days of Namibia's struggle for independence.

Pensioners in Otjozondjupa Region remember president's good deeds


In the Otjozondjupa Region, pensioners at Kalkfeld gathered at the local sports field to remember the good deeds of the president. 

They say this is a befitting honour, as Dr. Geingob and his wife, Monica, visited the settlement many times, where they engaged with pensioners and community members on development and financial assistance.

Plans are underway to call a community meeting to decide on renaming the sports field.

Hochland High describes late head of state as a visionary statesman 


The Ministry of Education, Arts, and Culture issued a directive to all schools to hold memorial services in honour of the late Dr. Geingob. 

Hochland High School was one of those that responded promptly and organised a service on the school field.

The service was held as per directive under two themes: President Geingob's dedication to education and his role as a statesman.

Hage G. Geingob, who started off as a teacher, was dedicated to education, prompting the Ministry of Education to honour his legacy.

President Geingob visits Namibia's first green hydrogen plant


President Hage Geingob has visited Namibia's first state-of-the-art green hydrogen plant, refuelling station, and hydrogen academy at Walvis Bay.

Dr. Geingob arrived at the N$4 billion facility, located a few kilometres from the Walvis Bay International Airport.

The initiative is a joint venture between local companies Ohlthaver and List (O&L) Group and Belgium's CMBT Tech.

O&L Group Director for Innovation, Eike Krafft, explained to the president that construction has started following a groundbreaking ceremony last week.