Govt to Repeal 144 Apartheid Laws in Namibia

Some of the statutes identified include acts, ordinances and proclamations stemming from the pre-independence era from 1915 up to 1992. Justice Minister Sacky Shanghala who tabled a Bill in the National Assembly to scrap approximately 144 laws, has said "these laws are still in force, but cannot be applied due to their racist nature".

  • Namibia:   144 Apartheid Laws to Be Repealed

    Namibian, 3 December 2018

    Justice minister Sacky Shanghala last week tabled a bill in the National Assembly to scrap about 144 discriminatory and outdated legislative pieces from the Namibian law books. Read more »

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