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Monday, 23 April 2012

Press Release on Behalf Of Earthlife Namibia


Earthlife Namibia and the Goethe Centre invite you to 
the film Uranium Road (2008)

Documentary by Teaching Screens Production, Producers: Jenny Hunter, Mashile Phalane & Cati Weineck  (53 min)

The film rips away the veil of secrecy from both the past and the present South African nuclear programme, showing how the nuclear industry fundamentally undermines the democratic principles of the young democracy.  The film combines archival footage, interviews with local and international experts and tells the story of a community on the edge of a nuclear dump in scenic Namaqualand

The film is based on the book “Uranium Road” by Dr David Fig, an independent researcher on environmental policy matters, based in Johannesburg. He holds a PhD in international political economy from the London School of Economics.  

We are pleased to announce that David will be present during the film shows and will be answering questions.  

For more information please contact Earthlife Namibia at earthl@iway.na, Cell 081 29 38 085 or Tel: 061 22 79 13 or Goethe-Centre at info@nads.org.na or Tel: 061 22 57 00.

Please note the different venues and dates

Date: Wednesday, 25.04.2012
Venue: Goethe Centre, 1-5 Fidel Castro Street, Windhoek
Time: 19h15

Date: Thursday, 26.04.2012
Venue: Habitat Centre, 47 Claudius Kanduvazu Street, Katutura
Time: 18h00

Date: Friday, 27.04.2012
Time: 19h00
Venue: Swakopmund Museum, Roessing Hall

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