The Ovaherero Traditional Authority (OTA) will in December launch the Hosea Kutako University (HKU) focusing on genocide studies.

Government finds itself at loggerheads with traditional leaders following its decision to exclude some, when it selected the High Level Committee (HLC), a grouping to steer the planned Second National Land Conference later this year.Government finds itself at loggerheads with traditional leaders following its decision to exclude some, when it selected the High Level Committee (HLC), a grouping to steer the planned Second National Land Conference later this year.

Local Germans deny genocide

Namibians with German origins have maintained that there was no genocide committed against the Nama and Herero tribes between 1904 and 1907.

Govt pays more money to UK lawyers

The Ministry of Finance has confirmed that it is in the process of paying N$1, 2 million more to the UK based lawyers for “legal” work done to supposedly prepare Namibia for a court battle with Germany over genocide reparations.

Pohamba likens apartheid to genocide

Former President Hifikepunye Pohamba says the brutal treatment of Namibian black migrant workers by the apartheid South African government was no different to the way the colonial German government treated the Namas and Hereros during the 1904 -1908 genocide.
New evidence has surfaced showing that President Hage Geingob ordered payment of N$47 million to UK based lawyers for “legal” work done to supposedly prepare Namibia for a court battle with Germany over genocide reparations.

Genocide delays mayradicalise Hereros - KK

Firebrand SWAPO politician and former Minister of Youth, National Service, Sport and Culture, Kazenambo Kazenambo, has warned that delays in finding an amicable solution regarding reparations for the 1904-1908 genocide, may radicalise Hereros.
More details have emerged on the N$47 million that five foreign-based lawyers are demanding from Government for services rendered as part of the genocide reparation negotiations with Germany.

Genocide legal bill tops N$47m

Finance Minister Calle Schlettwein is leading an investigation to establish the work done by five foreign-based attorneys brought in by Attorney General Sackeus Shanghala to assist Government with genocide negotiations.
A motion was tabled in the National Assembly, in April 2016, requesting the National Assembly to discuss and debate and to determine and declare the 28th of May of every year as a National Genocide Remembrance Day in Namibia as it was on this day that all the surviving victims of the war of genocide were set free or released from the concentration camps.

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