Alfred Angula (born 7 September 1965 in Tsumeb, Oshikoto Region) is a Namibian trade unionist. In 2000, he was named the head of the Namibian Farmworkers Union (Nafwu). He became active in the trade union movement prior to independence in 1988.
In June 2004, as head of the Farmworkers Union, Angula raised the possibility of Zimbabwe-style land expropriation, saying
If the white colleagues do not want expropriation of land, we can always introduce a new method - which is taking the land without compensation and without sharing it with them, by force.
- Alfred Angula Namibia Institute for Democracy
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