14 November 2017

Namibia: Gender Revolutionist Xoagus-Eises Dies

LEGENDARY gender activist and former journalist Sarry Xoagus-Eises has died.

She was 60.

Xoagus-Eises died at the Usakos Hospital on Monday after returning from a Damara cultural festival at Okombahe.

Many described Xoagus-Eises as someone who campaigned for and promoted human and civil rights, and acted as the conscience of the people through her radio and television reporting and activism. She was also known for reporting on Swapo activities in exile during the liberation struggle.


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