SWAPO


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SWAPO

, Swapo
South-West Africa People's Organization
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The 1982 Constitutional Principles, agreed upon by the front-line states, SWAPO, and the Western Contact Group created the framework for Namibia's democratic constitution.
But under the noses of the international community, Nujoma had begun to run a regime of terror against anyone who questioned his authority or came from outside the main tribal group, the Oshiwambo, which backed SWAPO.
The small town near the Angolan border was celebrating one of the first SWAPO rallies since the unbanning of opposition movements in Namibia.
For the territory's prosperous White minority of 80,000, SWAPO was the enemy - heartless guerillas who bombed shops, abducted children and preached revolution.
Agriculture is followed by tourism, then fishing (largely done by foreign fleets under licence by the SWAPO government), and mining (of gem diamonds, gold, silver, base metals, and the king of them all, uranium; the country's uranium resources, said to be the second largest in the world, account for one-eighth of global production).
In the end, it was not the ruling SWAPO party that led the accolades for Pohamba.
HE IS A MEMBER OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF THE SWAPO PARTY YOUTH LEAGUE, AND WRITES IN HIS PERSONAL CAPACITY.
Rachel Valentina Nghiwete is one such 'exile kid', born in the SWAPO camps of Kwanza-Sul, Angola, in 1979, to Namibian soldiers fighting under SWAPO's banner.
NUNW maintains a close affiliation with the ruling SWAPO party.
Juliet Kavetuna in her address to the young leaders said, "We must always remember that we are Namibians before we are SWAPO or DTA members.
It is against this background that at its December party congress, President Po-hamba (pictured left) and SWAPO included the land issue amongst the most pressing in Namibia.