Cubans

Cubans living in Namibia celebrate 65th anniversary of start of revolution

by editor1 / Jul 30, 2018 / 0 comments

Cubans living in Namibia celebrated the 65th anniversary since late Fidel Castro led a group of revolutionaries in an attack on the Moncada military barracks.

Cassinga scars continue to haunt Namibians, Angolans and Cubans

by editor1 / May 04, 2018 / 0 comments
Photo credits: 
Nampa

-The physical and psychological scars left by the merciless attack on Cassinga camp continue to haunt Namibians, Angolans and Cubans whose brave fighters were among the first to respond to the attack and lost their lives in the process.

Cubans in Namibia celebrate 64th anniversary of the Cuban revolution

by editor1 / Jul 30, 2017 / 0 comments

-The Cuban community in Namibia celebrated the 64th anniversary of the Cuban revolution, and the final attack on the Baptista regime on 26 July 1953, which marked the beginning of the last part of the Cuban struggle for independence.

Mourning nation of Cuba enters the eigth day of a moment of silence

by editor / Dec 03, 2016 / 0 comments

As the day for the burial of the Cuban Revolutionary leader Fidel Castro draws nearer, the procession of carrying his ashes continue.