• Court ruling sparks a protest march
A public perception that the Chinese business community in Namibia gets preferential treatment from the authorities is fomenting unrest among unemployed youth.
MATHIAS HAUFIKUWINDHOEKWhen Chinese economic migrants descended upon Namibia around 1999, little did Namibians know that they would one day have to take to the streets to protest a ...
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