NDF urged to protect the country's peace


President Nangolo Mbumba has urged members of the Namibian Defence Force (NDF) to guard the country against elements that want to destabilise peace.
Dr. Mbumba, who is also the Commander-in-Chief of the NDF, was speaking at the pass-out parade of 148 officer cadets following the completion of a regular commissioning course at Rundu. 

Public Service Commission visits President Nangolo Mbumba


The Public Service Commission (PSC) paid a visit to President Nangolo Mbumba today to update him on the work they carried out during the 2022–2023 financial year.

After being given a detailed report, the President commended the PSC for its work.

The PSC reported that 753 staff members were appointed in government positions below management, with 82% being promoted to positions below management in the Ministry of Health and Social Services.

PDM calls on President Mbumba to take charge of fishing industry


The leader of the Popular Democratic Movement (PDM), McHenry Venaani, has called on President Nangolo Mbumba to look into the affairs of the fishing industry. 

Venaani made the remarks while joining the demonstration by the fishermen employed through the Government Employment Redress Programme, who handed over petitions to the Ministries of Labour, Industrial Relations, and Employment Creation and that of Fisheries at Walvis Bay.

President Mbumba meets traditional leaders in ||Kharas


President Nangolo Mbumba says the government is concerned over chieftaincy succession disputes, causing leadership vacuums within traditional authorities. 

The Head of State made the remark while addressing traditional leaders at Keetmanshoop. 

As part of his four-day visit to the ||Kharas Region, President Mbumba met with the traditional leaders to introduce himself as head of state and hear their concerns. 

President Mbumba emphasises true independence as fundamental to national success


President Nangolo Mbumba says true independence is fundamental to the success and credibility of any nation, as it is the only way people can obtain their dignity and full humanity.

Dr. Mbumba was speaking at the 34th Independence Day celebrations at Katima Mulilo today, where thousands of people from the region and visitors gathered to witness the first national independence celebration in the region.

The event was festive as residents gathered to witness performances of the Namibia Defence Force (NDF), which is mostly liked by everyone.

Geingob credited for ensuring a functioning government


Residents of Kamanjab settlement in the Kunene Region have credited President Hage Geingob with championing a functioning government and preventing the collapse of the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic.

They shared their sentiments during a Kamanjab Constituency memorial service in Geingob's honour.

Kamanjab Village Council Deputy Chairperson, Abiole Karunga, says Geingob leaves behind a void that can't be filled.

City of Windhoek candlelight vigil


The City of Windhoek hosted a candlelight vigil in tribute to the late president, honouring his legacy and the vision he had for the city.

Inheritance is what you leave behind for people, but legacy, on the other hand, is what you leave inside of people.

The City of Windhoek hosted a candlelight vigil to honour the legacy of our late president, Dr. Hage Geingob.

They described him as a visionary leader who dedicated his life to serving the nation.

The biker community in Windhoek also expressed their sympathies with the nation.


Tributes and condolences for the passing of President Geingob


Tributes and condolences are pouring in from around the world for the passing of President Hage Geingob.

Cuban President Miguel Diaz Canel says it deeply pains Cuba to say goodbye to President Geingob, a dear friend to the Caribbean Island Nation.

President Diaz-Canel says he will always remember the warm welcome he received when he visited Namibia in August last year.

The Cuban President says President Geingob did everything he could in favour of the historic relationship of brotherhood between the people of Cuba and Namibia.

President Geingob congratulates President Félix Tshisekedi on his re-election


President Hage Geingob has congratulated Felix Tshisekedi following his re-election as President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

President Geingob says he looks forward to continuing to work with President Tshisekedi to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries for their prosperity.

Dr. Geingob also looks forward to working with his DRC counterpart to continue championing African unity through SADC and the promotion of an integrated and prosperous continent through the African Continental Free Trade Area.