President Hage Geingob has called for the German Federal Republic to publicly apologise for the atrocities committed against the Nama and Ovaherero tribes between 1904 and 1908.
Rwanda genocide survivor and genocide expert, Honore Gatera, has cautioned Namibians against identifying themselves with their tribes, saying this might lead to tribal wars or genocide.
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President Hage Geingob has called for the German Federal Republic to publicly apologise for the atrocities committed against the Nama and Ovaherero tribes between 1904 and 1908.
Former lecturer at the SWAPO Party School, Dr Panduleni Itula, has advocated for the election of an independent candidate as president, arguing that the political situation in the country is now ripe for a leader who is not shackled by party politics.
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  • Mar
The return of the much revered Witbooi Bible and whip to Namibia envokes a host of questions in the minds of many. For those not so clued up with the history of Namibia, particularly the early resistance and liberation part of it, the question is “what is this all about?” For those who know the history but still do not understand the hype and euphoria around the return of the Bible and whip, the question is “why is this Bible so significant?”
  • 01
  • Mar
A 45-year-old man arrested for the alleged murder of a 26-year-old man and attempted murder of another man at Rehoboth’s Sonderwater informal settlement, made his second appearance at the Rehoboth Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday.
  • 01
  • Mar
The family of the late Dau Senwamadi, who passed away sometime in January in Hukuntsi, Botswana where he and three others had allegedly gone on a poaching expedition, is now seeking answers from the Namibian Police after his remains were buried in the neighbouring country without their knowledge.
  • 01
  • Mar
The number of road crashes and the resultant injuries and deaths hit a 10-year low during the 2018/19 festive season, statistics released by road safety stakeholders earlier this week show.
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  • Mar
Government is in talks with eastern neighbour Botswana on the possibility of Namibia becoming the centre of diamond polishing in an effort to promote regional industrial integration and development, Mines and Energy Minister, Tom Alweendo, told the Windhoek Observer recently.
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A former senior Namibian Police Force (NamPol) officer found guilty of killing a teenager and wounding a woman at Gobabis in 2016, was on Thursday sentenced to 36 years imprisonment.
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