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  • Parker, Collins (University of Namibia Press, 2012)
    Labour law or employment law – the two terms can be used interchangeably – may be described as that branch of law that is concerned with persons in the employment relationship. Tebutt, JA put it succinctly in this way: ...
  • Likando, Gilbert N. (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    This chapter critically highlights the importance of heritage education in the school curriculum in Namibia. It does so in relation to John Patrick’s five pitfalls that heritage educators must avoid in the process of ...
  • Chinsembu, Kazhila C.; Cheikhyoussef, Ahmad; Mumbengegwi, Davis R.; Kandawa-Schulz, M.; Kasanda, Choshi D.; Kazembe, Lawrence N. (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    Why this book, Indigenous Knowledge of Namibia? Nowadays, indigenous knowledge has gained prominence and attracted public interest due to its numerous applications in science and innovation: biotechnology, health, ...
  • Kangumu, Bennett (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    The history of the Caprivi African National Union (CANU) is barely covered in Namibian historiography dealing with the liberation struggle.2 However, in this chapter I am not interested in presenting a historical narrative ...
  • Kangumu, Bennett (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    The Caprivi African National Union (CANU) was secretly founded on 7 September 19622 even though it had existed as an underground movement from late 1958. CANU did not survive within Caprivi beyond its very first public ...
  • Henrichsen, Dag (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    Namibia’s settler society has a very weak, indeed almost non-existent tradition of advocacy of non-racism. Up to the early 1970s, none of the settlers’ political parties postulated principles of non-racism – that is ...
  • Likuwa, Kletus M. (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    The contract labour system in Namibia was a colonial invention and needs to be explored in the context of colonial historiography. Many scholars have written on the contract labour system in Namibia. However, while there ...
  • Heita, Lusia; Cheikhyoussef, Ahmad (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    Fermented milk is one of the foods that are highly respected and form a part of the daily intake in Namibia. There are many types of fermented milk in Namibia, which have different preparation methods. Milk fermentation ...
  • Karapo, Herbrt K. (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    The armed nationalist struggle for independence in Namibia lasted over 20 years, leaving Namibians with a broad awareness of prominent historical landmarks and battles associated with the war, which are marked by national ...
  • Mumbengegwi, Davis R.; Du Preez, Iwanette C.; Dushimemaria, Florence; Auala, Joyce R.; Nafuka, Sylvia N. (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    Microbial infections are a major cause of morbidity and sometimes mortality, especially in developing countries such as Namibia. Severe poverty is the root cause of this undesirable situation as it leads to malnutrition, ...
  • Chinsembu, Grace M.; Hamunyela, Miriam N. (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    Namibia has a population of about 2.1 million people of which 87.5% belong to one of nine main indigenous ethnic groups: Aawambo (50.0%), vaKavango (9.0%), Ovaherero (7.0%), Damara (7.0%), Nama (5.0%), Lozi (4.0%), San ...
  • Dushimemaria, Florence; Mumbengegwi, Davis R.; Bock, Ronnie A. (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    The global burden of cancer continues to increase in both developed and developing countries. This is largely attributed to a growing aged population as both the numbers of people and life expectancies increase. Another ...
  • Chinsembu, Kazhila C. (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    I believe that while scientific research is necessary to improve the way in which our natural resources are exploited … our people must not be completely disowned … of resources that they have possessed for generations. ...
  • Lendelvo, Selma M.; Angula, Margaret; Mfune, John K. (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    Humans and wildlife in Africa have coexisted for millennia, but conflicts between them have become common phenomena (Shemwetta & Kideghesho, 2000). Worldwide, borders between humans and wild spaces have become ...
  • Hillebrecht, Werner (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    Hendrik Witbooi and Samuel Maharero are two familiar icons. Both of these portraits were probably taken in the same style, but on different occasions, by the Windhoek photographer Lange. Both men started their careers ...
  • Akawa, Martha (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    This chapter looks at the sexual politics of the SWAPO camps (civilian and military) in Angola and Zambia.1 Its purpose is to explore issues around allegations of sexual abuse and unwelcome sexual advances, and issues ...
  • Silvester, Jeremy; Akawa, Martha (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    One day in early January 1984, an old Ford truck set out from Ruacana. Twenty-five workers stood crowded in the back. After travelling just five kilometres from the small town the truck drove over a double landmine. The ...
  • Mbenzi, Petrus A. (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    Traditional songs in Africa were often used as a weapon against indiscipline in a society (Finnegan, 1970). Transgressors were ridiculed and shamed through singing when boys and girls met for social dancing in an open space ...
  • Mashuna, Timoteus (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    taken place in Namibia since 1989 to elect the President, National Assembly, Regional Councils and Local Authorities. However, it is often forgotten that the first national democratic election in Namibia took place in 1978. ...
  • Haihambo, Cynthy K. (University of Namibia Press, 2015)
    According to Namibia’s national population census, the total population of the country stood at 2,113,077 people distributed over its 14 political regions (NSA, 2014). Of this, 43.1% of the population inhabited urban ...