Rehoboth Baster Community

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Request for booking of the Kaptein Hermanus van Wyk hall and its rejection

Published Mar 15, 2013

The original request of 12 March 2013 for the booking of the Kaptein Hermanus van Wyk Gedenksaal for a community meeting and the response by the RTC on 15 March 2013 rejecting the request.

Basters Want Greater Autonomy Over Land

Published Feb 19, 2013

Baster community leader Kaptein John McNab says Namibian government is unilaterally declaring the land of his people as State property. 

Namibia: 'Rehoboth Community in Danger of Extinction'

Published Feb 18, 2013

Magreth Nunuhe of the NewEra newspaper interviews Baster Kaptein John McNab about the difficult situation of the Baster people

New Publication: Rehoboth, Namibia past and present (Cornelia Limpricht)

Published Dec 01, 2012

A new publication published by Solitaire Press provides a comprehensive view of the history of the Rehoboth Basters. Edited by Dr. Cornelia Limpricht this volume adds another milestone in understanding teh cause of teh Rehoboth Basters and can aid in supporting the future survival and prosperity »

Rehoboth, Namibia past and present (Cornelia Limpricht)

Published Nov 08, 2012

A new publication published by Solitaire Press provides a comprehensive view of the history of the Rehoboth Basters. Edited by Dr. Cornelia Limpricht this volume adds another milestone in understanding the plight of the Rehoboth Basters and can aid in supporting the future survival and prosperity »

Baster Kaptein Objects to Rehoboth Land Sales

Published Mar 30, 2012

The following article was published on AllAfrica Baster Kaptein John McNab and the United People's Movement (UPM) are objecting to the auctioning of 43 erven in Rehoboth that is taking place today, suggesting that the »

Heritage and Cultures in Modern Namibia - In-depth Views of the Country. A TUCSIN-Festschrift

Published Jan 03, 2012

Limpricht, C & M. Biesele (eds.) (2008). Heritage and Cultures in Modern  Namibia - In-depth Views of the Country. A TUCSIN-Festschrift.  Windhoek-Goettingen (ISBN Europe: 9783933117397; ISBN Namibia: 9789991657271) 

Who are the Rehoboth Basters ?

Published Nov 30, 2011