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  • Tags: United Nations

Articles include:

The United Nations Institute for Namibia - An Investigation - Johannes Witbooi

Comments on the Pio Teek Interview - Mbahimua K. Kapute

Notes by the Editor

Book Review

The Government we Need - M.S. Haikali

Current…

Articles include:

"Namibia Day" Violence - Timoteus Shilongo

Pay attention to experience by negative example - Moses K. Katjiuongua

"Fortitute" a poem by Z.A. Mnakapa

Preconditions for peace in independent Namibia - Peter Shakumu

Reply…

Articles Include:

"SWA/Namibia's National Assembly"

Important Laws

West German speech on SWA

Letters

"SWAPO Terror"

Articles include:

Sudwester Lied & the Reiter

Constitutional Developments & the Assembly

National Government Schemata

"How Partial is the UN?"

"To the Situation in Namibia"

"Where do we Stand after the Rhodesian Election?"

This collection of papers was a very early contribution to English language Namibian historiography, covering issues such as Orlaam politics, Windhoek urban planning, Nama history, and the present political situation under South African Rule. The…

"  Kenya Battalion in Namibia is a debut book of note by a retired Kenya Army officer. The book is ground-breaking because in the highly secretive military service in Kenya, rarely do we hear army officers tell about their exploits in the…

"This document survey brings into focus the principled and consistent support extended by India to the people of Namibia through their long and arduous struggle and describes the steps being taken through mutual agreements to further strengthen our…

Table of Contents: Preface; The Country and the People;The Cattle-Rich Hereros; My Brethren have Dealt Deceitfullyas a Brook; Like the Sun on Your Back; A Sacred Trust; ToGain Space to Live; The Poor Shepherd; Poor Judge in itsOwn Case; Do you want…

"The starting point for this article was research conducted on the tension between cultural rights and gender equality within the Human Rights and Documentation Centre (HRDC)3 of the University of Namibia’s Faculty of Law in 2007 and 2008. The…

"Die Sammlung AA.1 im Allgemeinen Archiv der Basler Afrika Bibliographien besteht aus einer umfangreichen, zufälligen Ansammlung von Presseartikeln und Ephemera aus und zu Namibia, d.h. Prospekten, Broschüren, Formularen, Werbung und Flugblättern…

"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…

Documents resistance to the German conquest by the Herero and Nama peoples; the South African take-over under the League of Nations mandate; land, labour and community resistance from 1920-1960; the emergence of Nationalist organisations; appeals to…

Namibian President Returns Home to Fordham By Tom Stoelker on September 23, 2015 University News, Rose Hill “Fordham introduced me to African studies. I brought Africanism back with me to Africa from here. And I’ve been an Africanist…

Last Steps to Uhuru is and eyewitness account of the crucial years of transition in Namibia, from 1988-1992. It covers the last political protests and campaigns, the return of Exiles, the UN monitored elections, the adoption of a constitution, and…

This documentary explores the struggles of the Namibian people to win their independence from South Africa, which illegally occupied their country since the 1971 revocation of the UN mandate, and documents the human rights violations committed by the…

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…

"This film traces the tragic history of the Namibian people from the harsh German colonial Era to the recent attempts to achieve independence from South Africa."

The 20 minute film was designed for use in high schools. Accompanying the film are a…

Dates: 17 & 19 August 2012Location: WindhoekTimes: ~ 90 Minutes & ~ 150 MinutesInterviews conducted by Bernard Moore & Matthew EckerTopics: -A general comprehensive account of his life. He spent a good long while speaking about growing…

Date: 20 April 2013 Location: Washington Time: ~ 90 Minutes Interview conducted by Bernard Moore & Matthew Ecker Topics: -South Africa & UN relations -Western Contact Group -Carter Administration policies toward SWA -Problem of Walvis…
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