Its 26 years a little late. But, I applaud my government; its capable cabinet and most of all the Minister of Land Reform, Hon. Uutoni Nujoma.
Namibian land is 90% owned by foreign German's and other European's, most of this land remains un utilized and abandoned since it's owner's have left, this is actually a Good initiative hopefully this Land will be confiscated and handed over to the locals to empower them selves rather than be squashed in township's hopelessly without no means to put food on the table and i hope the local undisturbed Tribe's of the Kalahari will have land of their own too and left undisturbed
Rather late than never Zaned...it's called a revolution my fellow African. Congratulations to the people and the government of Namibia for taking the issue of land seriously. Here in South Africa, the question is, when will the ruling party, the ANC government implement the Freedom Charter? And you Clyde, can you read?
Same law was put in place in SA in February 2015. ALL SA has been audited & ANC government makes fixed offers for land reclamation which cannot be refused. The difference between the EFF & ANC is that EFF says you can't pay for your own property. They even talk about slaughtering which is too extreme, unconstitutional & will never happen in SA. The issue is, we can't continue to be unequal but, it can't just be done recklessly.
If the same thing happens in SA the difference will be the same ,just because majority who own land are #Local people ? only they came long time ago ,beware this is my opinion
Before South Africans makes this about them, know the meaning of the word "foreign" first.
Thats exactly what Prof Jacob Zuma must do.Give Namibia a truck-load of Bells.
China owns a hell of a lot of it already. Too little too late
Well done to Namibia and I wish you all the best. Izwe la bo gogo wethu. Our land is our heritage.
eNca yesterday u posted this story today its the same story again,what r you trying to achieve?