Cape Town – The Windhoek house, a gift by the Namibian government
to former Zambian president Kenneth Kaunda, is ready and will be handed
over soon, a report says.
The Namibian said the house was previously used as
accommodation for judges and expatriate senior public prosecutors.
to the President Samuel Goagoseb said renovations were done and the house was
ready to be handed over although the date was yet to be set.
"Whenever he [Kaunda] is ready. It could be next month," Goagoseb
said adding that the house would be handed over before the end of the year.
A previous occupant of the house has described it as
comfortable and spacious.
This is the second honour for Kaunda who also has a street
named after him in Windhoek.