Cabinet of Namibia


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The Cabinet of Namibia is an appointed body that was established by the Chapter 6 (Articles 35-42) of the Constitution of Namibia. It is mandated to include the following positions:

  1. the President of Namibia, the Prime Minister of Namibia and any positions that the President so appoints.[1]

Contents

Lists of Cabinets of Namibia

2005-2010

Below is a list of the cabinet of the Republic of Namibia from appointment in 2005 until replacement in 2010:

2010-

  • Minister of Trade and Industry: Hage Geingob
  • Deputy: Tjekero Tweya
  • Minister of Safety and Security: Nangolo Mbumba
  • Deputy: Erastus Uutoni
  • Minister of Presidential Affairs and Attorney General: Albert Kawana
  • Deputy: none
  • Minister of Defence: Charles Namoloh
  • Deputy: Lempy Lucas
  • Minister of Home Affairs and Immigration: Rosalia Nghidinwa
  • Deputy: Elia Kaiyamo
  • Minister of Finance: Saara Kuugongelwa-Amadhila
  • Deputy: Calle Schlettwein
  • Minister of Regional & Local Government, Housing & Rural Development: Jerry Ekandjo
  • Deputy: Priscilla Beukes
  • Minister of Foreign Affairs: Utoni Nujoma
  • Deputy: Peya Mushelenga
  • Minister of Lands and Resettlement: Alpheus Naruseb
  • Deputy: Theo Diergaardt (appointed January 2011)[4]
  • Minister of Works and Transport: Erkki Nghimtina
  • Deputy: Chief Samuel Ankama
  • Minister of Agriculture, Water and Forestry: John Mutorwa
  • Minister of Labour and Social Welfare: Immanuel Ngatjizeko
  • Deputy: Alpheus Muheua
  • Minister of Veterans Affairs: Nickey Iyambo
  • Deputy: Hilma Nicanor (appointed in January 2011)[4]
  • Minister of Information and Information Technology: Joel Kaapanda
  • Deputy: Stanley Simataa
  • Minister of Fisheries and Marine Resources: Bernard Esau
  • Deputy: Kilus Nguvauva
  • Minister of Mines and Energy: Isak Katali
  • Deputy: Willem Isaacks
  • Minister of Youth, National Service, Sport and Culture: Kazenambo Kazenambo
  • Deputy: Pohamba Shifeta
  • Auditor General: Junias Kandjeke[5]

References

  1. ^ The Constitution of the Republic of Namibia
  2. ^ Guide to Namibian Politics by Graham Hopwood, Namibia Institute for Democracy, Windhoek, 2007
  3. ^ Background Note: Namibia United States Department of State, update July 2008
  4. ^ a b Pohamba appoints 2 deputy ministers The Namibian, 21 January 2011
  5. ^ Namibia’s new Cabinet announced 22 March 2010; The Namibian

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