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Namibian president set for re-election next month amid economic crisis

Reuters Friday, 18 October 2019
Namibians will elect a president on Nov. 27, with Hage Geingob expected to be returned with a reduced margin as voters complain about the worst economic crisis since independence nearly 30 years ago.
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