Max Hamata

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Max Hamata
Nationality Namibian
Occupation Journalist, editor
Years active 1991–present
Title The Confidente

Max Hamata (born in the Katutura suburb of Windhoek[1]) is a controversial Namibian journalist and muckraker.[2][3] He is the editor of The Confidente. Hamata previously worked as the editor of a Namibian weekly tabloid newspaper Informante, owned by TrustCo.


  1. ^ "Max Hamata | Energy 100FM | The Power Station". Energy 100FM. 18 July 2012. 
  2. ^ Schibbye, Martin (2 May 2014). "Jaktsäsong på journalister" [Hunting season on journalists]. Expressen (in Swedish). 
  3. ^ Menges, Werner (12 February 2014). "Hamata to pay for defamation". The Namibian. 

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