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Namibia

Judge stops illegal entry blockade at Namib Mills

todayApril 4, 2024 16

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A High Court judge has granted a temporary interdict to stop activist Michael Amushelelo and 26 Namib Mills employees from illegally obstructing access to the company’s premises and endangering its operations. Future Media reporter Angie Scholtz has more.

 

According to the court’s directive, Amushelelo and the involved workers are prohibited from blocking entrances to Namib Mills’ premises, threatening to halt the company’s operations, or making any threats against the company for non-compliance with their demands. Additionally, they are instructed to stay at least 70 meters away from Namib Mills’ premises. Furthermore, the court has instructed the Namibian Police to take any necessary actions to enforce the court’s directive.

Written by: Tonata Kadhila

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