President Hage Geingob says he is deeply concerned that despite the Central Procurement Board of Namibia (CPBN) being in place, the government continues to pay highly inflated prices for goods and services. 

Namibia and South Africa are exploring the possibility of a partnership in the development of green hydrogen initiatives, including the joint development of a Green Hydrogen corridor.

Namibia’s public debt has ballooned to over N$135.7 billion as of September 2022, after the government failed to adhere to its own public debt target of 35% to GDP set in 2012/13, the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has warned.

The European Union (EU) has provided accumulated development assistance to Namibia of over N$9.1 billion (€500 million) in a vast spectrum of sectors since independence.

President Hage Geingob has dubbed 2023 as The Year of Revival. The undertones of the suggested theme connote an improvement in the condition, strength and/or fortitude of our small but mighty nation.