U.S. Court Looks into German Genocide in Namibia
Traditional leaders and their lawyers are meeting with a U.S. judge to discuss whether a possible class-action suit can be lodged against Germany for the genocide of the Herero people.
Namibia: Govt Makes U-Turn On Genocide
Namibian, 17 March 2017
THE Namibian government has decided to join calls for genocide reparations by driving a N$400 billion lawsuit against the German government. Read more »
Deutsche Welle, 16 March 2017
In January, traditional Namibian leaders filed a complaint against Germany with a US court demanding compensation for colonial-era genocide. The judge and the plaintiffs' lawyers… Read more »
German soldiers loading skulls and bones of massacred Herero into a casket for shipping to Germany.
Namibia: Groups Split Over Genocide Claims
Namibian, 2 March 2017
ONE of the groups claiming to represent the Nama, Ovaherero and Ovambanderu people in the genocide reparation claims yesterday told President Hage Geingob that Ovaherero leader… Read more »
Namibia: Dispute Over U.S. Genocide Lawsuit
Namibian, 20 January 2017
THE Ovaherero, Ovambanderu and Nama Council for Dialogue on the 1904 genocide said it is not party to the lawsuit filed in the USA against Germans to seek restorative justice for… Read more »