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New Era Newspaper Friday September 29, 2017

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Friday, September 29 2017 | NEW ERA Ovakowondjise votjiungura… Vaja Katjimune na Kazeire Raurau Hangara, aveevari ozondekurona zOndjiva. NEWS 47 Ovakarumenwa iyonÿiro yOuhonapare wOhuurire yOvandoitji momurungu notuharwi mumwatuwa owanga, Ovaherero varwa noupandi kutja kundinondi vahuka ominyo nawina indi indi era rokuyandeka romuayandja weraa worupa rovita rOvandoitji, Ongenerara Lothar von Trotha, ombara otjitambi, Rukoro watjere mombinika ye kOvaherero avehe vehe. Matja nondjuriro yovita ovingi mbivarwa, vimwe vyavo imbi vya Hamakari, avetuurunga okuti onguza kwa Kalahari navetjayara avetuurunga ozonÿonÿu ozengi tjimuna indji ya Ngariva, Limpopo, Mokolo noya Palala, ovo vahuka omipupo nozongandu ovandu otungava uriri avevaza muno (Olephalale) otjo tjitjiri otjihuro tjomazemburukiro womavazero wawo ozombura 110 kombunda yokuvaza muno okuza nokuhuka otjitiro tjOvandoitji, tjinene nene tjozombura inda o 1904-1908. Indwi ondwari oruveze rondjuriro nohangauti ongoto kotutu nakominyo vyovandu imba kombunda yomapitisiro weraa ndahumgamisiwa Ovaherero ra tjiyari 2 ku Senina¿I mo 1904 ra von Trotha, na rarwe ra tjiyari 24 ku Kozonjanga mo 1905 ndahungamisiwa Ovakwena. Munao ombara otjitambi otjaningire Ovaherero avehe okukamburasana pomawoko otjomundu umwe okurwira oukohoke kunehi rOvandoitji okuyarurapo imbi mbivapandjara oruveze rOtjiÞiro Otjndjandja tjitjatjitwa kovakuru vawo. Omukuramenepo wa Namibia mo South Africa, Veicoh Nghiwete, wakuramenenwepo i Nicklaas Kandjii, nguri omukuramenepo we wokehi. Kandjii watjere moruveze rohuurire ya Namibia iyEhi Ehuure rOvandoitji, ehi ehape novinamwinyo vyOvaherero nOvambanderu zakamburwa. Munao ndinondi owo tjimavevanga okuyarura ovasuverwa vao kovakuru vao “tuasere okuningira ousemba, mena rokutja ehi muvasuvisiwa riri momake wozondekurona zaimba mbahuurire. Ihi otjina tjitjituna navi kozondekurona zaimba mbaihamisiwa ngaa kundinondi”. Tjayandjere ondangu kovasekirise vomazemburukiro inga, Kandjii watjere omawonronganenno inga yasere okumunikwa “otjoruveze rokuyenene okusasaneka ovyu¿e ovimunikwa nomatjangwa womakuruhungi mokati ketu oveni otjozondekurona, ovazamumwe nomapanga wopopezu nokokure”. Pomazemburukiro inga yananene ozondekurona zaimba mbaihamisiwa iyohuurire yEhi yOvandoitji okuza kOmahi Omakutasane wa America, mbamunikire pupari Ngondi KamaÞuka, nguri operesidenda yEhika rOtjiÞiro Otjindjandja tjOvaherero m Omahi Omakutasane wa America, noserekaze ye onongo Louisa, na Veraa Katuuo nozerekaze, Vepuisa. Katuuo puna Rukoro iyiumwe wozohoroose motjiposa tjOtjiÞiro Otjindjandja tjitjahitisiwa mOtjombanguriro tjOrukondua rwa New York. Otjiposa ihi tjiyeri 13 komweze mbumauyende otjimatjihaama rukwao tjitjaturikwa mu Suramazeva mutjasere okuhaama. Tjiyari 16 ku Senianrindi ombura indji otjiposa ihi otjitjahaama otjikando otjitenga posya ohoromende yOvandoitji ndjahungamisiwa notjiposa ihi aihakarapo. Wina tjimatjiso kutja tjahaamene mu Suramazeva tjandja ohoromende indji kaiyazirira ko. Munao ohahende yomuhoko motjiposa ihi, Kenneth McCallion, operipurira okupaha omwano warwe wokuvasisa otutuu twondjivisiro yotjiposa kohoromende yOvandoitji nani izirireko. Okuza kokure ko Namibia, otjimbumba tjombimbi nandarire kutja katjaperwe okaruveze kokuriraisa potjitjitwa ihi otjinene tja Rovyungura, komurungu wotjitjitwa tjakarere nokaruveze natjiriraisa kukatjotjiri kutja nangwari ombazu ondjiriyo notjo wina tjikweya kombazu yomuhina, outjina nombimbi otjitjiritjo kakuna tjarwe. Oritjatano otjo ndiri eyuva nditjavazere tjandje tjaurwa tjinga ondjira airi onde, otjo tjatjitire otjizera uriri posya Orovyngura okaruveze ngutjamwina atjihanyanda atjiriraisa. Nu tjitjakamburire orupare indi Orovyungura komurungu womahungi, pamunikire kutja nangwari otjo otjitjasere kutja yari otjitjitwa tjeyuva pendje nomahungi otuwondja tjiva wawo ngehari nombuze yotjikoro. Ongongo yombazu…Ovatone voutjina votjimbumba ihi, Ombimbi, okuza ko Namibia Kavesutu Katjipi, Karombo “Something” Upingasana na Kaukurupa Handura Tjitavi oukukutu motjiungura pofarama indji o Werker Dam pendje yotjihuro ihi o Lephalale.

48 AFRICA Friday, September 29 2017| NEW ERA Cameroon accused over Nigerian Boko Haram refugees ABUJA Cameroon on Wednesday denied allegations by a human rights group that it had forcibly returned about 100,000 Nigerian refugees in breach of international agreements, putting them in danger from Boko Haram Islamists. Human Rights Watch said Nigerians who had sought refuge across the border because of the Islamist violence had been abused, attacked and even sexually exploited by soldiers. Conditions in the only were poor, free movement was restricted and refugees were denied proper contact “Since early 2015, the Cameroonian authorities have summarily deported at least PROJECT CODE: 1802-02 TITLE: DESCRIPTION: TENDERER’S SITE VISIT: TENDER DOCUMENTS: TENDER DOCUMENT LEVY: Damaged… A girl walks through the rubble of destroyed buildings in Banki in north-east Nigeria 100,000 Nigerians living in remote border areas back to war, displacement and destitution in Nigeria’s Borno state,” the rights monitor said in a new report. “In carrying out these deportations, Cameroonian soldiers have frequently used extreme physical violence,” it added. “The Cameroonian military’s aim seems to be to clear Nigerians out of the country and dissuade other would-be asylum seekers from seeking Cameroon’s protection.” breach of the principle of nonrefoulement”, which stops refugees from being forced back to a country where they could be persecuted. Cameroon government spokesman Issa Tchiroma Bakary rejected the allegations. “This report is based on MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND TOURISM DIVISION: PLANNING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES TENDER NO.: W/ONB/MET-1/2017 TENDER INVITATION COMPLETION OF OHUNGU COMMUNITY LODGE The Ministry of Environment and Tourism is requesting tender offers from registered companies for the completion of Ohungu Community Lodge, Erongo Region. Namibian Small and Medium Enterprises (SME’s). Only Tenderers who have purchased and are in possession of the Tender needs to be signed-off by the Engineer after the Site Visit on the same day. Details regarding the Site Visit and other related compulsory matters are set out in the Tender Document. No documents will be made available after the compulsory Site Visit. NB! ENQUIRIES: Technical: Administrative: DELIVERY ADDRESS FOR SUBMISSION OF TENDER: CLOSING DATE AND TIME: Mr. Tjijandjeua B. Tjivau Project Coordinator Email: Ministry of Environment and Tourism Head - Procurement Management Unit Email: Ministry of Environment and Tourism Corner of Robert Mugabe Avenue and Dr Kenneth David Kaunda Street, Windhoek Reception Area TENDER PROPOSAL Tender Number : W/ONB/MET-1/2017 COMPLETION OF OHUNGU COMMUNITY LODGE nothing,” Bakary said, issuing “a formal and categorical denial.” “I should like to remind Human Rights Watch of two things. Firstly, we have today almost 500,000 refugees in our country... Secondly, it is not PRETORIA Cameroon’s role to take in refugees from around the globe,” Bakary told AFP. “The allegations of torture and notably sexual aggression (by troops) constitute a shameful lie,” he added. He said soldiers “receive moral training before engaging in the theatre of operations” and “know that anyone caught (violating issued guidelines) is punished.” “Until a soldier is caught red-handed engaged in sexual assault all of this is just Human Rights Watch fantasy,” Bakary said. The UN refugee agency last year appealed on all governments not to return anyone to northeast Nigeria “until the security and human rights situation has improved considerably”. In April and May this year, an estimated 13,000 Nigerian refugees were returned from the overcrowded Minawao camp in Cameroon’s Far North region to the border town of Banki. AFP visited Banki in June, where the returns had increased the population living at the camp for the homeless from 32,000 to 45,000, stretching resources to the breaking point. The UN high commissioner for refugees, Filippo Grandi, said at the time he was “extremely worried” by the returns and called them “unsustainable”. Nigerians had been “rounded up” into trucks and forcibly returned to camps that were “dangerously unprepared to receive them”, he added. - Nampa/AFP Zimbabwe drifting towards another ‘2008’ Opposition parties in Zimbabwe, under the banner of National Electoral Reform Agenda (Nera) on Wednesday warned that the socio-economic situation in the country was deteriorating to the levels previously seen in 2008. “We are fast trending towards 2008. They [the government of Zimbabwe] are printing bond notes to bankroll their 2018 election campaign. Sad and ugly total chaos is in the making. [President Robert] Mugabe has threatened to unleash price controls, arrests, and so on but we remain convinced it will not work,” Nera spokesperson Davis Junior Mukushwa told the African News Agency (ANA). “The economy had generally been performing very badly ever since the introduction of the bond notes. However, that currency [bond notes] which had been of- United States Dollar tumbled last Thursday. Fuel and cooking oil went scarce by Sunday.” Bond notes are Zimbabwe’s own currency which had been trading at the equivalent of the US dollar. Mukushwa said fearing the massive food shortages reminiscent of 2008, some Zimbabweans embarked on panic buying of food. “The entire nation was thrown into a wave of panic buying that has never been witnessed in a pick of the wave was on Saturday, when tuckshops closed and supermarkets ran out of cooking oil,” said Mukushwa. “By close of business [Saturday], cooking oil – two litres – was trading from to , using the US dollar, bond notes or swipes. Inevitably, most products’ prices went up. As is still upward, fuel shortages are worsening and items such as cooking oil continue to vanish from shop shelves.” Mukushwa said the cash shortages continue to mount, sparking fear in the country. He said surprisingly, informal traders who mainly trade in forex, had a constant supply of cash. “In addition, the RBZ is worsening black forex trading as new bond notes have been seen on the market in huge quantities. That is impossible unless the money would have the government and ZANU PF cash barons are being directly supported by [RBZ Governor John] Mangundya to mop up the remaining US dol- and the public has reached its lowest in the ZANU PF government, the RBZ and such other institutions.” Zimbabwe has been using multiple foreign currencies, including the greenback since 2009, at 500 billion percent rendered the Zimbabwe dollar unusable. Following highly contested presidential election results, 2008 is remembered as the zenith of shortages of basic commodities including food and fuel in the southern African nation. - Nampa/ANA

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