Duminga Ndala

LPM youth league to protest against GBV at Rehoboth

LPM youth league to protest against GBV at Rehoboth

Martin Endjala The Landless People’s Movement Youth League will be staging a demonstration to call out the Police in their ability to reduce Gender-Based Violence in the country. The demonstration is calling for the arrest of the culprits involved in the gruesome murder of 28-year-old Charmaine Saron who was killed Thursday night. Speaking to Windhoek Observer today, LPM Youth League leader Duminga Ndala, expressed her sorrow saying to date the country still continues recording the horrible and inhuman cases of GBV. The suspects in the gruesome murder of Saron are not yet known and that it has become a norm…
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LPM wants corporates to develop communities

LPM wants corporates to develop communities

Martin Endjala The Landless People’s Movement is questioning the level of commitment of corporates to develop local communities where they operate. LPM says businesses, particularly mining companies are not ploughing back into the communities where they do business, resulting in the mushrooming of informal settlements across the Country. The party wants these companies to be held accountable. These sentiments were expressed by LPM Deputy Leader Henny Seibeb and the Youth Student Command Element leader Duminga Ndala. During today’s press conference held at the LPM headquarter in Windhoek under the theme mining and local development they particularly singled out Usakos, Omaruru…
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Age limitation in education against human rights

Age limitation in education against human rights

Martin Endjala The Landless People’s Movement Member of Parliament, Utaara Mootu has condemned the announcement by the Ministry of Education that learners older than 21 years and who have completed their Namibia Senior Secondary Advance Certificate and the Senior Secondary Ordinary Certificate through Namcol cannot return to full time schooling. However, all learners younger than 21 years will be granted a second opportunity to return to class and take on their AS level. Mootu said this is the promotion of inequality in the education system and goes against freedom of education regardless of age. She said this today via a…
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