26 August is Herero Day in Namibia, celebrating the day in 1923 that the paramount Herero Chief Samuel Maharero was brought home and buried amongst his ancestors. The reason that Samuel Maherero had been buried away from his ancestors in the first place went back nearly 19 years to 2 October 1904 when the German …

  • August 15, 2020
  • Namibia
  • Comments Off on The Genocide That Began the Twentieth Century


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The San people of Southern Africa first really came to the world’s attention in the 1950s with a miniseries and a book by Laurens van der Post titled The Lost World of the Kalahari.  Of course, Africans weren’t unknown in the world – not only had the trans-Atlantic slave trade forcefully and violently moved people …


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