In a move they say would address the injustices of land lost by indigenous groups during colonial times, locals in Namibia's Khomas region have recommended that the national land conference to be convened in October this year must pass a resolution allowing government to expropriate land without compensation.
'The Germans Must Relinquish Their Farms'
Namibian, 24 July 2018
Khomas residents last week rejected a proposal that when genocide reparations are eventually made, the money should be used to buy resettlement farms from Namibians of German… Read more »
President Hage Geingob.
Govt Urged to Take Land Without Compensation
Namibian, 23 July 2018
SOME of the recommendations made during land consultation meetings held last week were that the government must expropriate land from absentee landlords without compensation, and… Read more »
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