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Namibia, SWAPO, and socialist development

Ken Cole

Namibia, SWAPO, and socialist development

by Ken Cole

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Published by School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia in Norwich, Great Britain .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Namibia,
  • Namibia.
    • Subjects:
    • SWAPO.,
    • Socialism -- Namibia.,
    • Namibia -- Politics and government -- 1990-

    • Edition Notes

      StatementKen Cole.
      SeriesDiscussion paper / School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia ;, DP216, Discussion paper (University of East Anglia. School of Development Studies) ;, no. 216.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHX454.A6 C65 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination46, [2] p. ;
      Number of Pages46
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1459685M
      ISBN 101871546087
      LC Control Number93116044
      OCLC/WorldCa31393101

      Windhoek - French Ambassador to Namibia, H.E. Claire Bodonyi bid farewell to the Speaker of the National Assembly, Hon. Prof. Peter Katjavivi today. H.E. Bodonyi’s term of office as Ambassador in Namibia started in Read more >>>. Martha Akawa’s book, The Gender Politics of the Namibian Liberation Struggle, charts the history of women’s involvement in SWAPO, formerly the South-West Africa People’s Organisation and their role in a free Namibia, offering a picture of mixed success.

      Namibia - Namibia - History: The history of Namibia is not well chronicled. Its isolated geographic position limited contact with the outside world until the 19th century. Explorer, missionary, trader, conqueror, and settler sources are neither comprehensive, notable for accuracy, nor unbiased. Professional historiography is a post development in the country, and the political events of. Many SWAPO members had been in exile for 27 years. Namibia achieved independence on 21 March and became the Commonwealth’s 50th member. In South Africa had annexed Walvis Bay, Namibia’s only deep-water port, together with a surrounding 1, sq km enclave and the 12 offshore Penguin Islands.

      The unity of independent Namibia was presented as the outcome of SWAPO’s policy of reconciliation, which in the government’s interpretation meant an official silence about the violence committed on either side during the war. 11 The government argued that it had adopted this policy for the sake of national stability and peace, which the. SWAPO, having adopted a policy of caution concerning economic and social reform, was proving Namibia to be one of the most democratic states in Africa. Geolocation ° 42' 36", 17° 25' ".


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The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, FES, has launched a new book that examines steps and development strategies Namibia has implemented since independence 25 years ago. The book, titled "Working for Social Democracy in Namibia," also coincides with. That short declaration shows that for the Swapo elite, (capitalist) economic development is more important than social equality or human progress.

It is clearly not a genuine or grass-roots. (). SWAPO, Namibia’s Liberation Struggle and the Organisation of African Unity’s Liberation Committee. South African Historical Journal: Vol. 70, The Politics of Armed Struggle in Southern Africa, pp.

Cited by: 2. The United Nations Institute for Namibia, in its report: Namibia: Perspectives for National Reconstruction and Development, referred to SWAPO in the following: "The tradition of resistance and struggle, and the lessons learnt in the process have made it possible for Namibians to create a national vanguard organization (SWAPO) and to wage an.

In copies of the SWAPO publication Ombuze ya Namibia, then still on sale, were forged with misleading content. But SWAPO was able to claim that ‘Every move by the occupation regime has been exposed by the nation‐wide distribution of leaflets and by meetings to inform the people and discuss tactics' (SWAPO,p.

).Cited by: 1. The time is now for Namibia to seriously implement the resolution of the Swapo extraordinary congress, which concerns the introduction of a socialist system with Namibian characteristics.

It is obvious that the implementation of this new policy may require some drastic changes in our laws, including some provisions of the Namibian Constitution. Swapo secretary-general Sophia Shaningwa backed up the president saying "every year, Swapo Party books are audited by professional, registered, recognised international and national auditors".

I therefore call upon the Swapo of old to come back and reclaim the glory from the Swapo Party of Namibia and declare itself at least a socialist party and be bold enough to amend the Constitution. Nomenclature. SWAPO's military wing was founded as the South West Africa Liberation Army (SWALA) in On 12 Junethe United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution which proclaimed that, in accordance with the desires of its people, South West Africa be renamed "Namibia".

Thereafter, SWAPO started using the term "Namibia" more frequently in its political discourse, and SWALA. Namibia’s ninth Annual Symposium Publication reports that economic development is respectable in Namibia although volatile.

It states further that Namibia is one of the very few countries in Sub-Saharan Africa that maintains a social safety net for the elderly, the disabled, war veterans, orphans and vulnerable children [4]. Melber describes Namibia as a “minimalist democracy”, led by SWAPO politicians who claim to have secure social and economic emancipation for all Namibians but who insist on exclusive control for their own benefit.

Erudite and convincing.’ — Martin Meredith, Times Literary Supplement ‘Compelling account’ — Foreign Affairs. Ruth First recorded the above in her historic book, "South West Africa", published in The revolutionary movement of the masses of Namibia, SWAPO, led by its president Sam Nujoma, was formed on 19 April The liberation movement stood its ground undisputedly in the van of the Namibian people's struggle.

sovereign Namibia under a SWAPO government implied a socioeconomic and political regulatory framework that emerged as a compromise between basically antagonistic social forces. Poverty Reduction and Social Safety Nets Gender and Development Youth and Development Senior Citizens SWAPO South West Africa People’s Organisation for reaching the goal of future development.

Namibia Vision presents a clear view of where we are, where we want. NAMIBIA IN PERSPECTIVE: The History of SWAPO SWAPO as a movement emerged out of labour politics.

Its three prominent founder members, Sam Nujoma, Toivo ya Toivo and Jackob Kuhanga had strong labor background which motivated them to launch the first Namibian trade union that became known as the Owamboland People's Organization. (Archived document, may contain errors) 64 Octo 1 Revised from Aug NAMIBIA: SOUTH AFRICA, SWAPO AND THE SETTLEMENT SUMMARY The apparent settlement of the conflict in.

SWAPO is the ruling party, and all but one of the new government's first cabinet posts went to SWAPO members. A marxist-oriented movement, SWAPO has become more right wing and now espouses the need for a mixed economy.

SWAPO has been a legal political party since its formation and was cautiously active in Namibia, although before implementation. Rural development: options for Namibia after independence: selected papers and proceedings of a workshop organised by the ILO, SWAPO, and UNIN, Lusaka, Zambia, October (Book) 2 editions published in in English and held by 77 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

Opposition parties want president Hage Geingob and the Swapo party charged for allegedly contravening emergency regulations to minimise the spread of coronavirus in the country. Undoubtedly, the Fishrot saga in which Namibia lost billions of dollars via the greedy Icelandic Fishing company, and millions from their equally greedy co-conspirators, has left a bitter taste in the mouths of many hardworking and honest Namibians, and we all agree that the perpetrators should be brought to book.

of Namibia (UNAM), the Polytechnic of Namibia, and vocational training centres are thriving and producing qualified graduates who are equipped with modern skills in different fields and able to contribute to the development of our country.

“In this manifesto we set out the SWAPO Party’s vision for Namibia for the next five years.” 5. What this means is that Namibia appointing a man to the presidency in is being read by many decision makers as a Swapo commitment to appoint a woman to the presidency in This is especially true for the UN Council for Namibia and the UN Commissioner for Namibia as well as for SWAPO's status as a Permanent Observer.

See Mahmoud F. El-Said, ‘The United Nations and Namibia: Implications for [the] Institutional Development of the Organization and the Creation of Norms of International Behavior’ (Ph.D.