The new address of the Namibia Law Journal Website is www.namibialawjournal.org.na
The Journal has an African side to it this time. Not only does it have two articles on international law and the rule of law – one focusing on the African Union (AU) and the other on recent developments in the Southern African Development Community (SADC), but also that both articles are dedicated to two prominent African leaders. Further articles concentrate among other things on plea bargaining, the prison and parole law in Namibia and the battle of Ohamakari.
REPORT LAUNCH IN March 2013
Namibia is most generously endowed with natural resources required for (renewable) energy supplies, especially in regard to the resources from the sun, wind and biomass from invader bush. KAS has committed itself to contribute to the discourse on Namibia’s energy future. The study is an overview of the different aspects of Namibia’s energy future, focusing on the country’s electricity sector, and the role that renewable energies as well as energy efficiency measures could play.
KAS helps to consolidate the democratic constitution and the political and socio-economic participation of citizens, esp. women in Namibia through socio-political and educational programs. Similar activities are conducted from Windhoek for Angola. A focal point of the work of KAS is the analysis of regional integration in Southern Africa.
|June 26 - 27
|June 5 - 6
On the topic of "THE RESURGENCE OF TRIBALISM AND ETHNIC TENSION AND ITS IMPACT ON NATIONAL IDENTITY'
The workshop was attended by 70 delegates from Erongo Region
Capacity Building workshop for NUDO Party
Professor Du Pisani and Trudi Harzenberg talked widely on various issues of regional importance.
Namibia and Angola Office
P.O. Box 11 45
11th Floor, Sanlam Centre
154, Independence Avenue