Namibia Gets First Female PM
Her glowing career is not only credited to her government roles but also her work for the ruling party. When she became the Swapo secretary for economic affairs, she inherited a party business empire that was on its knees. Those in the know gave the example of Kalahari Holdings that was N$30 million in the red when she took over, but now the party’s largest company is worth more than N$200 million.
But it would appear that a glowing career as finance minister was not the only thing President-elect Geingob looked at when he opted for Kuugongelwa-Amadhila as Prime Minister.