Rehoboth Baster Community
The constitution of the United People's Movement of Namibia. Click here to open the document in pdf.
The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation (UNPO) held its General Assembly on 29-30 November in Geneva, Switzerland. Many topics concerning the plight of unrepresented peoples were discussed. On 30 November 2012, a resolution was adopted calling upon the Government of Namibia to »
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 »
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)
On 6 September 2000 the United Nations Human Rights Committee gave a verdict that the government of Namibia violated the rights of the Rehoboth Baster »
Essay on the churches in Rehoboth According to a report published by the Rehoboth town council there are at least 70 different churches in Rehoboth. For a population of less than 40 thousand people this is an enormous amount. The question than arises why there »
The 1987 publication on the battle of Sam Khubis written by Mr. R.G. Britz
The UNPO General Assembly Adopts Resolution on the Rehoboth Basters on 17 May 2008.
On 22 April 1915, the German government annuled the Treaty of Protection and Friendship of 1885 by way of a letter to the Baster Council at Rehoboth and thereby in effect declared war on the Rehoboth Baster community. To open the PDF document