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'''Sakaria Zaa Nashandi''' (born, 8 July 1949 in [[Onayena Constituency|Onayena]]) is a [[Namibia]]n politician, businessman and a notable ex-[[Robben Island]] [[political prisoner]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.newera.com.na/2013/09/13/sackaria-nashandi-ex-roben-island-prisoner-1949/|title=Sackaria Nashandi: Ex-Roben Island Prisoner (1949 …)|date=2013-09-13|website=New Era Newspaper Namibia|access-date=2017-09-08}}</ref> He is a recognised National Hero of Namibia for his contributions to the independence of the country.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.namibianewsdigest.com/geingob-honors-11-namibian-freedom-fighters-the-namibia-press-agency/|title=Geingob honors 11 Namibian freedom fighters (The Namibia Press Agency)|website=www.namibianewsdigest.com|language=en-US|access-date=2017-09-08}}</ref>
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'''Sakaria Zaa Nashandi''' (born, 8 July 1949 in [[Onayena Constituency|Onayena]]) is a Namibian politician, businessman and a notable ex-[[Robben Island]] political prisoner.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.newera.com.na/2013/09/13/sackaria-nashandi-ex-roben-island-prisoner-1949/|title=Sackaria Nashandi: Ex-Roben Island Prisoner (1949 …)|date=2013-09-13|website=New Era Newspaper Namibia|access-date=2017-09-08}}</ref> He is a recognised National Hero of Namibia for his contributions to the independence of the country.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www.namibianewsdigest.com/geingob-honors-11-namibian-freedom-fighters-the-namibia-press-agency/|title=Geingob honors 11 Namibian freedom fighters (The Namibia Press Agency)|website=www.namibianewsdigest.com|language=en-US|access-date=2017-09-08}}</ref>
   
Nashandi attended school in Onayena, and was actively involved in [[Ovamboland People's Congress]], the predecessor of [[SWAPO]].
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Nashandi attended school in Onayena, and was actively involved in Ovamboland People's Congress, the predecessor of [[SWAPO]].
   
 
He own several small-size businesses in and around Onayena. Nashandi married [[Kauna Nashandi]] a former mayor of Ondangwa who died in [[Windhoek]] in 2013.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://namibiansun.com.85-214-47-219.nmhhost.com/local-news/ex-ondangwa-mayor-nashandi-dies.54877|title=Ex-Ondangwa mayor Nashandi dies|work=Namibian Sun|access-date=2017-09-08}}</ref>
 
He own several small-size businesses in and around Onayena. Nashandi married [[Kauna Nashandi]] a former mayor of Ondangwa who died in [[Windhoek]] in 2013.<ref>{{Cite news|url=http://namibiansun.com.85-214-47-219.nmhhost.com/local-news/ex-ondangwa-mayor-nashandi-dies.54877|title=Ex-Ondangwa mayor Nashandi dies|work=Namibian Sun|access-date=2017-09-08}}</ref>
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Latest revision as of 11:48, 26 September 2020

Sakaria Zaa Nashandi (born, 8 July 1949 in Onayena) is a Namibian politician, businessman and a notable ex-Robben Island political prisoner.[1] He is a recognised National Hero of Namibia for his contributions to the independence of the country.[2]

Nashandi attended school in Onayena, and was actively involved in Ovamboland People's Congress, the predecessor of SWAPO.

He own several small-size businesses in and around Onayena. Nashandi married Kauna Nashandi a former mayor of Ondangwa who died in Windhoek in 2013.[3]

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