CoW held a mass street naming and renaming ceremony


The City of Windhoek embarked on a mass naming and renaming of 17 streets in honour of those who contributed to the liberation struggle and community upliftment in a ceremony held in Windhoek on Friday.

It was a colourful and joyful event filled with song and chanting of excitement from family members, friends, representatives, and local residents as they shared memories and historic events related to the contributions of their loved ones, honoured by the City of Windhoek.

Environmental awards to honour legacy of late President Geingob


The Ministry of Environment, Forestry, and Tourism has launched the 4th Sustainable Development Awards to honour the legacy of the late President Hage Geingob.

The awards are slated for June 19 this year. 

The Minister of Environment, Forestry, and Tourism, Pohamba Shifeta, said during the launch of the awards that President Geingob's legacy on the environment is imprinted in the Namibian constitution, and his advocacy on environmental matters extends to the global arena.

Zambezi pays tribute to a gallant leader


Residents of the Zambezi Region gathered at the Katima Mulilo Sports Complex on Friday to mourn the death of the late president, Dr. Hage Geingob.

Zambezi Governor Alufea Sampofu expressed his condolences on behalf of the region, noting that the late president was a gallant and humble leader.

Sampofu reiterated that Geingob loved his country and joined the struggle for independence at the tender age of 27 to ensure Namibia's liberation from colonialism and change the apartheid regime to one run by the Namibian people themselves.

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.

Hage G Geingob High School honours Geingob's legacy


In remembrance of the late Dr. Hage Geingob, former learners, board members, and parents of Hage Geingob High School gathered at Emmanuel Parish in Windhoek for a candlelight ceremony to pay tribute and celebrate the life and legacy of the late President.

Against the backdrop of comforting hymns and mourning, the late President was remembered as an inspirational figure. 

The soft glow of the candles, accompanied by the soothing hymns, served as a reminder that his memory will endure.