Activist's court case postponed to July

04 Jun 2019 15:30pm
WINDHOEK, 04 JUN (NAMPA) – The case in which activist Dimbulukeni Nauyoma stands accused of inciting violence and obstructing the course of justice was on Tuesday postponed to 09 July 2019.
Nauyoma made his third appearance in the Katutura Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday, where presiding Magistrate, Davy Kambinda, postponed the case to allow for the setting of a trial date.
The accused, an activist under the Affirmative Repositioning movement, was arrested in January this year, for allegedly illegally erecting a shack and obstructing the course of justice when he interfered while City Police officers who were dismantling a shack belonging to Welhemina Shipingana, a 33-year-old single mother of two, in Okuryangava.
The activist is out on bail of N. dollars 500 on condition that he does not interfere directly or indirectly with police investigations.
He also may not interfere with the Namibian Police Force and City Police while they are performing their official duties in and around Windhoek.
Local lawyer Kadhila Amoomo represented Nauyoma, while public prosecutor Michael Munika represented the State.