Promising to give away all her wealth — estimated at $3m — to charity when she dies, Monica Geingos is on a mission to change the image of African first ladies and tackle sexism and inequality in Namibia, the world’s second most unequal country.

Geingos married Hage Geingob on Valentine’s Day in 2015 — a month before he was sworn in as president of the southern African desert nation, which gained independence from  SA in 1990 but remains starkly unequal...

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