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Category: National Observer

Agreement will never bring closure yet

Vice President, Nangolo Mbumba, this morning officially in a live broadcast by the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) television and its various indigenous languages radio channels, announced the Joint Declaration between the two nations relating to Genocide, Apology and Reparations.

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Apology not accepted – Rukoro OTA denounces deal

The Paramount Chief of the Ovaherero, Advocate Vekuii Rukoro, has declined an apology issued by Germany’s Foreign Minister Heiko Maas over the slaughter of over 60 000 Ovaherero and 10 000 Nama between 1904-1908. The apology was issued on Friday morning after the European nation officially recognized for the first time, the slaughter that was committed a hundred years ago as genocide. “If I was in my kraal, I would have said that its bullsh*t because the Germans do not want to recognise our genocide and what they did to our ancestors, “Rukoro told the Windhoek Observer.

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NAPWU clueless about Gvt retrenchment plans

The Namibia Public Workers Union (NAPWU) says it’s not aware and has not been consulted over government plans contained in an International Monetary Fund (IMF) funding proposal to implement an early retirement scheme during financial year 2022/2023-2023/2024 as a means to contain the civil service wage bill.

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