Okahao residents pay tribute to late President Geingob's transformative leadership

The residents of Okahao constituency have expressed deep admiration and gratitude for the late President Hage Geingob, describing him as a transformative leader who brought significant development to their constituency and beyond. 

Through his rural initiatives and the provision of clean drinking water to remote rural areas, President Geingob's footprints have left an indelible mark on the history of Namibia.

Okahao constituency is home to many remote rural communities that have historically faced challenges in accessing basic amenities and services. 

Omega 3 residents express intent to join Kavango 

Residents of Omega 3 in the Zambezi Region have expressed their intention to apply to become part of the Kavango Region.

This decision stems from their dissatisfaction with the local leadership's alleged failure to address the community's development needs.

During the demonstration, community members highlighted years of neglect and a lack of essential services, despite repeated complaints to regional authorities.

NSA completes 2023 Census

The Namibian Statistics Agency (NSA) has finally completed its 2023 Population and Housing Census fieldwork.

The agency began the process on September 18, 2023, and concluded it with the post-enumeration survey, including the reconciliation field visit on February 14, 2023.

During this period, the NSA dedicated its field staff to collecting vital census data across all 14 regions.

The census journey comprised the pre-enumeration, the enumeration phase, and the post-enumeration.

Government allocates N$2.8 million for regional memorial services

The government has allocated N$2.8 million to all 14 regions of the country towards the hosting of regional memorial services. 

Each region received N$200,000.

So far, the Oshana, Hardap, and Kunene regions have hosted their memorial services.

Oshikoto, Ohangwena, and Kavango West Regions will host theirs on Wednesday, while Omusati and Kavango East memorial services will take place on Thursday.

Some of those who want to attend the late President Hage Geingob's funeral and memorial service are appealing to the government to provide transport.

Zambezi Traditional Authorities pay homage late President Geingob

Traditional Authorities in the Zambezi Region have paid homage to the late President Hage Geingob, describing him as having lived a life worth emulating by current and future generations.

The Masubia, Mayeyi, Mafwe, and Mashi Traditional Authorities say the memories of Dr. Geingob as a freedom fighter and persevering statesman are legacies that need to be honored.

Youth honours President Geingob

The youth gathered in masses at the Independence Arena in Katutura to pay respect to the fallen statesman, President Hage Geingob.

The presidential advisor on youth matters, Daisry Obal, Minister of MICT Emma Teofelus, and National Youth Council of Namibia (NYC) Executive Chairperson Sharonice Busch are among the attendees. 

Ondangwa residents describe Dr. Hage Geingob as great leader and unifier

Ondangwa residents described the late President Dr. Hage Geingob as a great leader and unifier who made significant contributions to Namibia and the world at large.

Some pronounced him a man of good character, a trustworthy person, and a hardworking, peace-loving man.

The residents made these remarks during the candle-lighting ceremony in honour of the late President, which was organised by the Ondangwa Town Council at Andimba Toivo ya Toivo Secondary School's sports field.

Monica Geingos shares love story with Dr. Hage Geingob

Today is Valentine's Day, a day celebrated around the world for love and romance. It is on this day that the late President Hage Geingob and his wife, Monica Geingos, would have celebrated nine years of their union today. 

Despite her loss, the late President's widow describes him as her soulmate, highlighting that their bond was deeply rooted in traditional family values. 

In a special interview recorded before President Hage Geingob passed away, Geingos opened up about their journey of love, courtship, and family life.

Touch FM dedicates World Radio Day broadcast to late President Geingob

Touch FM commemorated World Radio Day today, paying homage to the late President Hage Geingob, a staunch advocate of press freedom.

As the nation reflects on the legacy of this visionary leader, the national broadcaster's youth radio station is at the forefront of safeguarding his enduring spirit.

The youth at the national broadcaster's radio station remembered the late president, who endured media scrutiny but did not limit the freedom of the media, proclaiming that 'no journalist will be arrested as long as he is the president".