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OCD-1904 Position on the present German Government’s historic responsibility over Namibia

Presented to Mr. Walter Lindner, Director General for African Affairs, of the German Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on the occasion of his audience with the supreme chief (Ombara Onene) Kaihepovazandu Alphons Maharero, for the attention of the German... |+| zum Artikel

Kwame Opoku: Nok Once More

In this article, columnist Kwame Opoku comments on a recent article by Karl- Ferdinand Schaedler in the catalogue accompanying the recent exhibition AFRIKA AFRIQUE AFRICA in Vienna entitled “Against the Destruction of Art Objects - The Other Side of... |+| zum Artikel

Hassouna Mansouri: "Waiting for Robin Hood" - A Review of the International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam (IDFA)

In this review of the International Documentary Filmfestival Amsterdam (IDFA), Hassouna Mansouri takes a critical look at some of the well-intentioned films by European directors about Africa and asks: In how far can European filmmakers substitute their... |+| zum Artikel

Open Memorandum to the German State and the German People (by the Nama Technical Committee)

28 November 2011. It was reported that the German Ambassador to Namibia, 2011, on Wednesday, 16th November signed N$660 million agreement for infra-structure and land reform. It was further reported that at the occasion he stated the following amongst others:... |+| zum Artikel

Press Release: The “Hidden Agenda” Claim of the German Ambassador and the Return of 13 Skulls from Germany

In reacting to the German Ambassador to Namibia, Egon Kochanke, who was quoted last week as saying Namibians who collected the skulls from Germany had a hidden agenda and had created a negative impression about bilateral relations between the two... |+| zum Artikel

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