Swapo Party pays tribute to late President Hage Geingob at Keetmanshoop 


A person deserving of great appreciation, respect, and love and a cadre who sacrificed much for the liberation struggle. 

These are some of the descriptive tributes delivered by Swapo Party members at Keetmanshoop during a memorial service held in honour of their late party president, Dr. Hage Geingob. 

The Swapo Party members also extended their condolences with prayers and sympathy to the late Dr. Geingob's widow, Monica Geingos, children, and extended family. 

Ghanaian Diplomatic corps honours late President Geingob's legacy in Accra


A towering figure in the fight against Apartheid, a gallant comrade in the liberation struggle, and a true statesman who dedicated his life in service to Namibia.

These are just some of the fitting tributes used by the diplomatic corps in Ghana, joined by Namibians and Ghanaians during the memorial service in Accra.

The service honoured the life and legacy of the late President Geingob by Namibia's High Commission to Ghana.

Katutura memorial honours late President Hage Geingob's legacy


The late President Hage Geingob was honoured at a memorial service held in Katutura, where prominent members of society, including Kanana Hishoono, a Swapo veteran, and Senior Headman Karol Afrikaaner, paid tribute to his impactful leadership and dedication to the nation. 

Hishoono reminisced about his experiences, sharing fond memories with the late president, indicating a strong bond. 

He also spoke about his role in assisting President Geingob at the time when he left the country for a life in exile.

United Kingdom describe late President Hage Geingob as modest


It was through his humility that people knew who he was.

That is how the Namibian community in the United Kingdom described the late President Hage Geingob during a memorial service held in his honour in London on Saturday.

The service was organised by Namibia's High Commission to the United Kingdom.

The Namibian community, joined by diplomats and friends of the late President in the UK, remembered him for excelling in any task assigned to him, be it national or international.

Dr. Geingob's value of unity should live on beyond his death


The memorial service for the late President, Hage Geingob saw an outpouring of sentimental tributes from various dignitaries and performers at the Independence Arena in Katutura. 

The Director of the Law Society of Namibia, Neliswa Tjahikika, highlighted President Geingob's instrumental role in the drafting of the Namibian Constitution. 

Namibian Embassy in America celebrates life of Dr Geingob


Namibia's Diplomatic Mission in the United States of America held a memorial service to celebrate the life and legacy of the late President Hage Geingob.

The Namibian community in the United States, led by the country's Washington-based Embassy and joined by Africans and American citizens, paid tribute to the late President Geingob, describing him as a great bridge builder, activist, and scholar who will never be forgotten.

First Memorial Service held for late President Geingob


February 4th will be remembered as one of the saddest days in the Namibian nation's history. 

While death is a part of life, the loss of a Head of State is something new to the nation. 

At the first memorial in honour of the late President Hage Geingob, the silence and confusion were evidently noticeable, and the pain of this sudden loss was deeply felt.

Family, friends, and dignitaries gathered last night to honour and remember Dr. Geingob at his residence, Casa Rosalia, for the first memorial service.

Morners gather at Geingob residence


Mourners gathered at the residence of the late President Hage Geingob in Windhoek to convey messages of condolences to widow Monica Geingos and the family at large.

Among the mourners were Founding President Sam Nujoma.

Mourners also included a team of medical doctors who attended to the late President around the clock.

The family thanked the doctors for their tireless efforts to restore the health of the former president.

Ambassador Hishongwa's memorial service


Mourners gathered at Onekwaya West in the Ohangwena Village for the memorial of the late Ambassador Hadino Hishongwa.

Mourners described Hishongwa as a philanthropist and a man who immensely contributed to the freedom and independence of Namibia.

Hishongwa served as a Member of Parliament in the National Assembly from 1990 to 2005.

During that time, he served as the Minister of Youth and Sport as well as the Deputy Minister of Labour and Human Resources Development.

Hishongwa also served as Namibia's ambassador to Botswana.

Katere Primary School holds memorial service for the late Kangungu family members


Katere Primary School held a memorial service for the late Kangungu family members, who died due to suspected food poisoning.

Of the 16 family members, eight were learners at the school.

They are: Mushongo Angelina (6), Shishugho Innocentia Matumbo (6), Mungamba Roswitha (6), Mungamba Rebecca Mwengere (7), Shishugho Rosalia Runguro (10), Shishugho Vishaka (12), Shishugho Mununga (14) and Shishugho Gilbert Hausiku (16). 

The main memorial service will be held on Friday at the Kangungu homestead, while the burial will be on Saturday.