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Articles include:

Editorial: The Draft Constitution

Letter to the Presidents Kaunda and Nyerere - Shakumu

Paul Helmuth: Renegades and Turncoats

Compromise: Our Point of View - Ottilie Abrahams

Letter to Sam Nujoma of SWAPO

Book…

"This book covers the entire period of German colonial rule inwhat is today Namibia. Using previously unpublished Germangovernment documents, Drechsler covers not only officialgovernment policy but also an analysis of missionaries andtraders who…

"A tour de force from "the other Nelson Mandela!" Political determination, diplomatic endeavour, and military perseverance all focused with singular vision and unwavering constancy on Namibia's goal of nationhood have been the hallmarks of the life…

"The mini-dissertation examines and highlights in broad detail how Mr. Sam Nujoma used the canons of classical rhetoric in his State of the Nation Addresses during his Presidential reign in Namibia from 1990 to 2004. Mr. Nujoma’s Addresses are…

Conducted under the auspices of the Michael Scott Oral Research Project, Katutura residents conduct interviews and archival research into the Shooting in the Old Location of 10 December 1959, a crucial moment that helped birth the liberation…

Produced for the United Nations Council on Namibia to illustrate life under apartheid and SWAPO's struggle for independence. Interviews include Andimba Toivo ya Toivo, Sam Nujoma, Theo-Ben Gurirab, and Hidipo Hamutenya

Producer: Pearl…

"After 105 years of foreign rule, Namibia, Africa's last colony, gained its independence, and this program covers Sam Nujoma's address at Lincoln University outlining his country's future. The impeccable rendition of the Namibian National Anthem, and…

From 1960, SWAPO of Namibia led the organised and later armed struggle for independence. In late 1989, the liberation movement was finally elected to power under United Nations supervision as the legitimate government. When the Republic of Namibia…

Date: 18 August 2012 Location: Windhoek Time: ~ 55 Minutes Interview conducted by Bernard Moore & Matthew Ecker Topics: -Early thoughts on colonialism, racism, class -OPO as response to labor issues, not nationalism -America as symbol of…
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