International representation at Geingob's funeral is a testament to his global stature 


The late President Hage G. Geingob was an established politician of international stature.

This was evident during his memorial and funeral ceremony, where close to 20 heads of state and a large number of international delegations from across the globe attended. 

The late Geingob believed in international coordination and multilateralism, and he was hailed by the United Nations for that. 

Geingob half mast honour


As a mark of respect for the late Namibian leader Hage Geingob, various countries around the world have directed that national flags be hoisted at half-mast.

In the SADC region, Botswana, on Sunday, as part of their mourning for the late Namibian leader, directed that flags countrywide be hoisted at half-mast until the late Dr. Geingob is buried.

In East Africa, Kenya's President William Ruto issued an executive order that all flags fly at half mast starting Monday as a sign of respect.