NEFF vows to continue public protests<br>…51 more days for Amushelelo, Nauyoma in custody

NEFF vows to continue public protests
…51 more days for Amushelelo, Nauyoma in custody

Obrein Simasiku Magistrate Masule Kwezi, who presided over the formal bail application of Michael Amushelelo and Dimbulukeni Nauyoma has rejected the application in remanded the two in jail until their next court appearance on 5 July. Kwezi has squashed the hopes of the two, who have been in custody since May 13, as well as that of their sympathisers who were fighting tooth and nail for them to be released on bail., by objecting to granting of bail. The Namibia Economic Freedom Fighter commissar Michael Amushelelo and Affirmative Repositioning Movement (AR)’s activist, Dimbulukeni Nauyoma did not know what was coming…
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NEFF’s action a bold class conscious progressive step in support of workers

Only after the Namibia Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) raised the illegal employment of some Chinese nationals boldly by entering the premises of Cheetah Cement were these nationals deported. It is any wonder if the NEFF had not taken the bold action they did, if this matter would have come to the attention of the authorities that be, let alone if it would eventually have culminated in the deportation of the said workers? Not only this but this company is supposed to be operating under Namibian laws has been violating the very laws of its host countries without impunity. This goes…
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