Nujoma credited for policy of national reconciliation

Nujoma credited for policy of national reconciliation BERLIN – Bayern Munich extended their Bundesliga lead to 13 points as Thomas Mueller capped his 250th league appearance with a rare goal in Sunday’s 1-0 victory at Borussia Moenchengladbach.

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‘Nujoma has united Namibia’

KOBUS van Zyl, a prominent white businessman in Namibia’s north-eastern town of Rundu, thinks reconciliation is a momentous achievement worth celebrating, as Namibia marks 27 years of independence. Van Zyl, a former member of the South West Africa …

Southern Times Africa

Nujoma credited for policy of national reconciliation

WINDHOEK – Dr Sam Nujoma led thousands of Namibians in the 30-year fight for independence, under the umbrella of the former liberation movement, South West Africa People’s Organisation (SWAPO), from the brutal apartheid regime of South Africa.

Southern Times Africa

Namibian economy has steadily grown since 1990

WINDHOEK – Namibia celebrates 27 years of independence from apartheid South Africa on 21 March under the theme “United We Stand for the Love of Namibia”. The main celebrations are set for Rundu, a town in Kavango East in the north-eastern part of …

Southern Times Africa

Namibia continues to observe peaceful transfer of power

WINDHOEK – Namibia attained its independence on 21 March 1990 and over the years, it has managed to buttress its legacy as a model for democracy not only in Africa but the world over. The Southern African country’s democracy can be mirrored through …

Southern Times Africa

Independence Day of Namibia

The 21st of March marks Namibia’s Independence Day which commemorates the day the country separated from South-Africa as proposed by the League of Nations following the end of the First World War. A former German colony, Namibia was governed by …

Manila Bulletin

Refugees Who Became Presidents

These men were once refugees but went on to become Presidents of Namibia, Ghana and South Africa. Their contributions to the independence of their countries and to politics in Africa remain to this day. SAM NUJOMA. One of 10 children brought up by …

Southern Times Africa

Geingob sees opportunity in slowdown

Windhoek-President Hage Geingob says instead of feeling pity for himself because of the blame he gets for the current economic conditions Namibia faces, he relishes the opportunity to prove his leadership acumen and determination by steering the

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