Geingob launches NDP5 - Southern Times Africa

President Hage Geingob launching the NDP5 at the State House, Windhoek Namibia today. (pic: Namibian Presidency). Magreth Nunuhe. Windhoek – President Hage Geingob has today launched the fifth National Development Plan (NDP5), an economic ...

Namibia to spend $12.4 bln on projects in next five years - Times of India

WINDHOEK, May 31 (Reuters) - Namibia will invest 164 billion Namibian dollars ($12.44 billion) over the next five years on plans which include upgrading and revamping hospitals, and building water and energy infrastructure, President Hage Geingob said ...

NDP5 to be launched today - Namibian

ONE of the fifth National Development Plan objectives is to reduce poverty and inequality. President Hage Geingob is exepcted to launch the development plan today at State House in Windhoek. A draft of the development plan seen by The Namibian says ...

Namibia's new development plan to focus on education, health - Xinhua

WINDHOEK, May 31 (Xinhua) -- Namibian President Hage Geingob said Wednesday that Namibia's budgetary outlays will continue to be in favor of education, health and housing. Geingob said this when he launched the country's fifth National Development ...

Do we have the dogs to hunt for NDP5? - New Era

In his 1980 offing, 'Tyranny of the Status Quo', Nobel Laureate Milton Friedman argues that leaders who reformed their countries in the first three months of their mandates had a better shot at success. He refers to F.D Roosevelt, Margaret Thatcher ...

How NDP5 intend on changing the game - New Era

President Hage Geingob is scheduled to launch the Fifth National Development Plan (NDP5) this morning in Windhoek, and the nation is curious on what this latest offering in the sequel of this development blueprint has in store. The draft document ...

Geingob unveils N$164 billion NDP5 today - New Era

The National Planning Commission (NPC) has confirmed that President Geingob will launch the Fifth National Development Plan (NDP5) – to which government has committed N$164,2 billion over the next five years – at State House this morning.