Member of the National Assembly (2015-2020); Deputy Minister of Ministry of Works and Transport.
Member of SWAPO PARTY (Ruling Party) since 1975. Political Mobilisation and Activist since 1975 while at secondary school. Member of the SRC, 1981 University of Zululand and Leeds University 1993. SWAPO PARTY: Windhoek West District & Katima Rural District: Held various political positions.
Born on 05 May 1955, Sikanjabuka District, Zambezi Region
Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degree: Thames Valley University, London, UK (1997); Masters of Arts (MA) Degree: Health Management, Planning & Policy, Leeds University, Leeds, UK (1994); Diploma: Public Administration: University of Zululand, RSA (1982); Financial Management Certificate: Wits University, RSA (2001); Executive Development Certificate: Stellenbosch University RSA, (2008) Passed with distinction – received Director’s Award; Advanced Diploma in Labour Law: UNISA, RSA (2014) Passed with Distinction. Currently registered for Doctorate Degree in Business Management with University of Namibia.
Management & Labour Consultant: Cha-Cha-Cha Management Consultancy: 2008 – 2015. Hardap Regional Council (2004 - 2008); Director: Bilateral Affairs: Foreign Affairs (2000 - 2004); Part-time Lecturer and Examiner: Polytechnic of Namibia: Organisational Development and Management, Strategic Business Management, Human Resource Management, Labour Relations, Research Methodology and Moderator: Management of Training; Supervisor: MBA Thesis Research Students: UNAM (1997 – 2010); Chief Regional Officer (CRO): Media Executive (CEO): New Era Publication Corporation (1995 – 2000); Hospital Administrator: Oshakati Hospital (1988 – 1990); Regional Health Administrator: North- West Health Region (1990 -1993); Hospital Administrator: Windhoek Hospital Complex (1994 -1995); Human Resources Management Practitioner: Caprivi Administration (1982 – 1988). Drafting of the Hospital Ordinance (1995) and Review of the draconian Proclamation AG 28 dealing with the establishment of various administrations (1986).
Health Issues; Public Sector Administration Issues (Finance- Budget Development and Expenditure Control Aspects; Administration and Management); Labour Relations Issues and Economic Development.