|Topic||The long road to Namibia – The making of a Nation |
– Revisiting the role of the Ovaherero Community in Botswana in petitioning the UN over Namibia. –
|Presented by||Honourable Professor Peter Hitjitevi Katjavivi|
|Date||2019-09-12 (12th September 2019)|
|Time||19:00 – 20:00|
|Place||Swakopmund Museum Lecture Hall|
On Thursday the 12th of September at 19:00 hours, the Honourable Professor Peter Hitjitevi Katjavivi will present the lecture “The Long road to Namibia – The making of a Nation” in the Swakopmumd Museum Lecture Hall. The presentation will be in English.
As always the entrance is free of charge, if you would like to support the Scientific Society & Museum we kindly ask for a donation.
21 March 2020 Namibia will be celebrating 30 years of Independence!
The Scientific Society Swakopmund (Swakopmund Museum & Sam-Cohen-Library) is celebrating it with a series of talks under the theme: “The long road to Namibia – The making of a Nation”.
We start off with a lecture by the Honourable Professor Peter Hitjitevi Katjavivi, Speaker of the National Assembly of Namibia and chancellor of the Namibia University of Science and Technology.
The topic of the talk is “Revisiting the role of the Ovaherero Community in Botswana in petitioning the UN over Namibia.” Entrance is free, everyone is welcome.