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Proposed changes in Gov structure announced by Dr Geingob

Thu, 19 March 2015 17:35
by online writer
News Flash

At the Office of the Prime Minister today, Dr Hage Geingob announced that there will be changes made to the Government structure, one of those being the Ministry of Foreign Affairs which will be changed.

The president-elect has been accompanied by former Statistician General John Steytler, Minister of Finance, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Veterans amongst other. Dr Geingob added that a better alignment of Government structures will come at a later stage.

The 50/50 gender representation should has been met in the next government structure even though it was un-intentional.

The president elect has also announced the introduction of a Ministry of State Owned Enterprises, The Ministry of Poverty Eradication, The Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture and Ministry of Higher Education Training and Innovation.