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Press Releases: MARCH AND MEETING OF EX-SWATF/KOEVOET SOLDIERS, SPEECH BY PHIL YA NANGOLOH, EX-PLAN COMBATANT AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF NAMRIGHTS

OPUWO, KUNENE REGION, SEPTEMBER 21 2014


My former enemies, my fellow countrymen and my fellow citizens as well as my friends from the Namibian War Veterans Association ("NamVet"). 

Published: Sep 22, 2014 - 08:06 AM
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Press Releases: CAPRIVI SEPARATISTS FACE RENEWED PERSECUTION

NamRights is alarmed by fresh allegations that pro-referendum and pro-independence groups as well as individual nationalists in the disputed Caprivi Strip (now called “Zambezi Region”) have increasingly come under “daily surveillance” and other acts of intimidation coming from members of Namibian intelligence and police as well as other “foreign occupationist” forces.

Published: Sep 01, 2014 - 04:28 PM
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Press Releases: POLICE TRIGGER-HAPPINESS MUST END

As expected, NamRights strongly condemns the brutal murder this morning of a 26-years old female member of the Children of the Liberation Struggle (“CLS”) pressure group. The deceased, who is personally known by NamRights and who was a double orphan as well as who originated from Eenhana, in the Ohangwena Region, was part of close to 30 CLS demonstrators who assembled at the SWAPO Party head offices to demand employment.

Published: Aug 28, 2014 - 08:53 AM
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