Govt's Bid to Suppress News Article Fails in Namibian Court

A High Court judge has dismissed an attempt by the government and Namibia's Central Intelligence Service to prevent a weekly newspaper from publishing an article about the alleged misuse of government properties by former members of the spy service. The spy agency boss Philemon Malima has appealed to the Supreme Court against the High Court judgement.

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