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Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.
Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.

Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.
Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.

Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.

Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.
vvv Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.
nn Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.
fff Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.
dgdgffg Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.
vvgvb Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.
hghg Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.
vghggh Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.
ggg Foreign Affairs permanent secretary Veiccoh Nghiwete is to retire at the end of this month, he confirmed yesterday.
Nghiwete turns 60 on Tuesday and is required to step down in terms of the Public Service Act.
He was the permanent secretary of the foreign affairs ministry for 15 years, having been in that position since 1998.
Prior to that, Nghiwete served as the first Namibian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland from 1991 to 1996. During that period, he concurrently served as a non-resident ambassador to Ireland and also represented Namibia at the Commonwealth Secretariat.
A diplomat of repute, Nghiwete was posted to Washington DC to open the Namibian embassy in the United States in 1990 and remained there until mid-1991, serving as the interim Namibian Charge d'Affaires.
A new permanent secretary will soon be announced for the foreign affairs ministry, with current Namibian ambassador to Zimbabwe Panduleni Shingenge being tipped for the position.
Nghiwete yesterday hinted that he would have loved to keep the position was it not for his age.
This is not a matter of choice, he said.
Namibian Sun understands that Nghiwete intends to embark on business when he retires. But he said: I'll rest a bit and decide later what to do with my life.
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