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Special Report Transcript Episode 81, Section 4, Time 30:43
We had fruitful discussions on the issue of the colonial debt, the issue of assets that were being claimed by the former South African government, including Walvis Bay. The repatriation of Namibian Koevoet and SWATF members from South Africa to Namibia and the extradition of Lubowski’s murder suspects. // There is the question of extradition of certain criminals whose task was to use the cover of state authority in order to plot and to assassinate individuals simply because they demanded freedom and liberation in their own countries.
Notes: Sam Nujoma (President: Namibia) Pretoria 9 August 1994; President Nelson Mandela Pretoria 9 August 1994
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a police counter-insurgency unit set up in South West Africa in 1979 by members of the SAP Security Branch. It comprised recruits mostly from the local population who were trained as a mobile unit to gather intelligence, track guerrillas and kill them. Koevoet (Afrikaans for 'crowbar') soon gained ...