• September 22nd, 2018
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Namibia's Xenophobic Victims Named

By Desie Heita Windhoek New Era has obtained a list of Namibian nationals who are said to be victims of vicious xenophobic attacks in South Africa. The Namibian High Commissioner to South Africa, Phillemon Kambala, has confirmed to New Era that he had seen the list. However, he could not verify that individuals named were victims of xenophobic attacks. He said his office has received reports of individuals attacked and wounded in the xenophobic attacks in Cape Town. Kambala travelled to Cape Town yesterday afternoon to see for himself the situation on the ground. More than 35 000 foreign nationals - mostly Zimbabweans and Mozambicans - have fled South Africa since the ten days of violent attacks on foreign nationals, migrant workers, refugees and asylum seekers living in South Africa's informal settlements. The attacks have left 25 000 people displaced in Gauteng Province and 10 000 in Cape Town. The figures were given by the Red Cross in South Africa. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) reported that more than 6,000 of the displaced people in Gauteng are children and women. Up to 56 people have died in the attacks. The names of Namibians who reportedly fell victims to the attacks are: 1. Matias Eita Akwenye 2. Nehemia Sakeus 3. Paulus Mongoya 4. Shikalepo Erastus 5. Aifete Moses 6. Benny Moses 7. Ericky Shikololo 8. Philipus Tuliyameni 9. Shikongo Lukas 10. Tomas Iiyambo 11. Shooka Philipus 12. Iimanuel Katombela 13. Nambala Gerson 14. Johannes Nangolo 15. Matheu Shaanika 16. Paulus Shilomuntu 17. Hamutenya Moongela 18. Job Simion Nakuyala 19. David Shikalepo 20. Gerson Shityeni 21. Kapolo Philipus 22. Shikongo Julius 23. Aukongo Jason 24. Kamati Anton 25. Haukongo Lukas 26. Ananias Shiikwa 27. Natharia Diniso 28. Pandeinge Andreas 29. Haange Andreas
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