Angolan President Joao Lourenco and Namibian President Hage Geingob have announced plans to build two monuments in Huíla Province and Chetequera in Angola to honour the victims of the Cassinga Massacre. About 900 Namibian refugees were killed in Angola by apartheid South African troops on May 4, 1978.
Angola ,Namibia, to Construct Cassinga Monuments
New Era, 21 May 2018
Namibia and Angola have finally sealed the deal to construct shrines at the two then Swapo refugee camps in Angola where thousands of Namibians were attacked and killed by… Read more »
The President of the Republic of Angola, João Lourenço, landed in the Namibian capital of Windhoek to participate in the 40th-anniversary ceremonies of the Cassinga Massacre. (file photo).
Namibia, Angola to Construct Cassinga Monuments
New Era, 7 May 2018
The Angolan and Namibian governments have announced plans to construct two monuments in the localities of Cassinga in Huíla Province and Chetequera in Cunene Province in the… Read more »
President João Lourenço in Namibia for 40th Anniversary of Cassinga Massacre
ANGOP, 3 May 2018
The President of the Republic, João Lourenço, landed Thursday afternoon in the Namibian capital of Windhoek to participate in the 40th anniversary ceremonies of the… Read more »
Namibia - Construction of Monuments in Memory of Cassinga Massacre Victims Announced
ANGOP, 4 May 2018
The Angolan and Namibian governments assumed on Thursday om Windhoek the compromise of building two monuments in the localities of Cassinga (Huíla) and Chetequera (Cunene)… Read more »
Angola's Lourenço to Attend Cassinga Day
New Era, 20 April 2018
Angolan President João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço has accepted an invitation by President Hage Geingob to pay a state visit to Namibia and participate in the… Read more »
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