Alfred Angula

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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).[1] He became active in the trade union movement prior to independence in 1988.[1]


Angula earned a diploma in education from the University of Cape Town and matriculated at the Otjikoto Secondary School.[1]


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.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d Alfred Angula Namibia Institute for Democracy