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We interviewed Namibia’s Attorney Generals, including Ms Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana (now Minister of Home Affairs) and the current office holder “Sacky” Shanghala. They talk about issues and challenges of the AG’s office in past, present and future and their personal involvement.The film was produced to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the AG’s office and launched at a gala event in December 2015.
Short Documentary film produced for TV News Program "South Africa Now" in conjunction with The Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Phase II Productions, Global Vision International, Stuart Sender (Dir. & Prod.) and Caroline Craven. Interviews with SWAPO members, Dirk Mudge, U.S. Lawyers (Gay McDougall & others), and the general Namibian public regarding the run-up to the 1989 Elections and their thoughts on independence. For educational purposes. For information on rights and production information, see projects.leadr.msu.edu/namibia
Three nurses that have been charged with unprofessional conduct that resulted in the death a mother and her baby in May last year , today were brought into a disciplinary hearing by the health professions council of Namibia at the Central hospital in Windhoek.The hearing was postponed until tomorrow morning as the lawyer representing the accused had reportedly double-booked another court case in the High court.
"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 teacher's guide with suggested questions and activities. They are accompanied as scanned documents. See projects.leadr.msu.edu/namibia United Nations, Journal Films Inc. 1975 Presumably © United Nations 1975 Note: This is for educational purposes only. All rights to United Nations. For full bibliographic information, see projects.leadr.msu.edu/namibia Learn More about the Namibia Media Initiative here: http://www.nammedia.org/ https://www.facebook.com/NamibiaMediaInitiative "Creating educational and inspirational content on Namibia"
Omusati region. Many people suffered at the hands of former colonial forces, some were displaced, maimed, tortured and even killed. Nampa travelled to the north with the eye on Heroes day that will be celebrated August 26. Former Liberation fighters and their families today still remembered the stories, and shared it with our viewers. It is a story of pain, sadness and above all forgiveness and reconciliation. A story on how two Namibians survived the border war,
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ON THE 6TH SEPTEMBER 2017, PARTICK LUMUMBA AKA P.L.O VISITED THE REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA SPONSORED BY NEW ERA NEWSPAPER. HIS SPEECH WAS ABOUT AFRICAN LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND RESOURCE SHARING. LATER IN THE EVENING ON THE SAME DAY HE ADRESSED THE PUBLIC H.E DR HAGE GEINGOB ,MONICA GEINGOS FIRST LADY OF THE REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA, BOTH LEADS BY EXAMPLE DURING THIS PRESENTATION AS THEY BOTH CAME TOGETHER WITH THE CITIZENS TO LISTEN TO PLO, LATER ON H.E Dr HAGE GEINGOB JOINED THE PUBLIC AND SAT ON A CHAIR WITH THE PEOPLE , THIS IS WHAT AFRICA NEEDS, LEADERS WHO COME DOWN TO A COMMON MAN LEVEL. LONG LIVE Dr HAGE GEINGOB, LONG LIVE MONICA,
Electronic Voting Machines ( EVMs) without the paper verification trail, together with the hasty amendments of the Constitution of Namibia, challenged as unconstitutional in the high court of Namibia. The gist of the application was to declare the use of EVMs without the paper verification means as unconstitutional. The very first hurdle to pass in any urgent application is, urgency. You must convince the court why your application must precede others waiting to be heard. If you fail to make out a proper case for your application to be heard urgently,the case is simply dismissed without even hearing the merits thereof. When you listen to the judgment, bear in mind that on day one, the respondents conceded that the application was indeed urgent, as a result of which I did not argue urgen...
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 South African armed forces. Director/Producer/Writer: Kevin Harris Lighting/Camera: Dewald Aukema Asst. Camera: Gulio Biccari Editor: Catherine Meyburgh Stills: John Liebenberg Kevin Harris (prod.) Evangelical Lutheran Church in America 1988 Note: This is intended for educational purposes only. For more information, visit projects.leadr.msu.edu/namibia Learn More about the Namibia Media Initiative here: http://www.nammedia.org/ https://www.facebook.com/NamibiaMediaInitiative "Creating educational and inspirational content on Namibia"
Economic Association of Namibia in partnership with Hanns Seidel Foundation Namibia and The Namibian present the 3rd annual #EANConf2017 under the theme: Regional Integration –Opportunities for Namibia on 12 July 2017, Safari Court, Windhoek, Namibia. Register for free here: https://www.ean.org.na/?page_id=5#checkout
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Soukus Kwasa Kings releases a new song from Omalenga Album titled "Okamati". The song Okamati is a song dedicated to the youth of Namibia and it outlines that all dreams can come true. Okamati song speaks about a small boy from the northern part of Namibia and the song demonstrates how the small boy used to take care of his family livestock at home, goes to school then later graduates and becomes a successful lawyer. This song was also made to inspire all people in different ways and to motivate them to always make the best out of everything, and always look up to the Lord as well. Furthermore, the song was dedicated to our Namibian successful lawyer SISA NAMANDJE that has made a great impact on a lot of people’s lives through his work. The song expresses where the lawyer had been as a...
Patrick Loch Otieno Lumumba Former anti-graft agency, Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission Director (September, 2010 - August, 2011) and is the current Director of The Kenya School of Law. An articulate lawyer, who holds a PhD in Laws of the sea from the University of Ghent in Belgium. He is also a firm Pan-Africanist and has delivered a number of powerful, public speeches about African solutions to African problems. He is an admirer of Patrice Lumumba and Thomas Sankara, the deceased revolutionary leaders of the D.R. Congo and Burkina Faso respectively. Fearless2017 Summit: A Christian setting – here PLO bases his Speech upon predicament of the 3 bible verses: - Book of Daniel; - Book of 1st Kings and - Book of Joshua At this presentation, he expresses his serious concern about the le...