MP And Minister Of Industrialisation Trade And SME Development
PERSONAL – DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH
- Immanuel Ngatjizeko was born on 30 May 1952 in Otjohorongo, near Omaruru, Erongo Region in the Republic of Namibia.
- He was the head of Finance at the Council of Churches in Namibia (1980-1994)
- Served as the SWAPO Party Organizer from 1978 – 1980
- He was a member of the internal National Executive Committee before independence, where he served as the Secretary for Finance from 1997 to date
- He is a member of the SWAPO Party Political Bureau from 2007 to date
- Member of the SWAPO Party Central Committee since 1991 to date
- He was also the Managing Director of the Zebra Holdings from 1994 – 1997
- He was the Chairperson of the Management Committee of the City of Windhoek from 1993 – 1998
- Mayor of the City of Windhoek from 1999 – 2000
- Became a member of the National Assembly from 2000 to date
- Was a Deputy Minister of Mines and Energy from 2000 – 2003
- Was the Director General of the National Planning Commission from 2003 – 2005
- Was the Minister of Trade and Industry from 2005 – 2008
- Was the Minister of Labour and Social Welfare from 2008 – 2012
- Was the Minister of Safety and Security since December 2012 – 21 March 2015-07-14
- Currently he is the Minister of Industrialisation Trade and SME Development since 21 March 2015
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