Rabbie Namaliu

Sir Rabbie Namaliu served as Foreign Affairs and Immigration Minister in the Government of Papua New Guinea from August 2002 to July 2006 and Minister for Treasury from July 2006 to August 2007. He served as Prime Minister between 1988-1992 and Speaker of the National Parliament between 1994-1997. He earlier served as Foreign Minister, 1982-1984 and has held several other senior Ministries including Primary Industry, and Petroleum and Energy since his first election to Parliament as MP for Kokopo (East New Britain) in 1982. Sir Rabbie had a distinguished public service career before entering Parliament. He was Chairman of the Public Services Commission from 1976-1979 and earlier served as Principal Private Secretary to the Chief Minister and then first Prime Minister, Sir Michael Somare from 1974-1975 and in 1976 he served as East New Britain Provincial Commissioner. He was a Senior Tutor and later Lecturer in History at the University of Papua New Guinea, and was the first Papua New Guinean graduate to be appointed to the University’s academic staff.

Positions - Current

PositionCompanyYearCompany's current rankWA staff
Non-Executive DirectorMarengo Mining2008


Non-Executive Director
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