The Autobiography of Sam Nujoma

[New Era]During these early days of our struggle we were looking for ways of uniting with others in South West Africa who were dedicated to the struggle for the national liberation of our country. One such group was the Caprivi African National Union (CANU), which was formed in 1964, led by Comrade Brendan Simbwaye, a teacher in the Eastern Caprivi. He had been in close touch with the United National Independence Party (UNIP) in what was then Northern Rhodesia. The Caprivi Strip had been governed from Lusaka, North