Uncle Paul to be buried in Windhoek on Saturday

Uncle Paul to be buried in Windhoek on Saturday
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Renowned activist and social commentator Paul Helmuth, who died last Friday aged 89 will be buried in Windhoek on Saturday.
Family spokesperson Angelo Helmuth has told Nampa that the renowned activist, who was popularly known as Uncle Paul, will be buried at the Pionierspark Cemetery.
He says a memorial service will be held at the Saint George's Cathedral Thursday and prayer sessions will be held at the Helmuth residence before and after the memorial service.
Helmuth says the burial will start with a service at the St George's Cathedral on Saturday morning, before proceeding to the cemetery for the burial.
Uncle Paul died at the the Roman Catholic Hospital in Windhoek.
He has been a celebrated contributor to call-in programmes of the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) and Base FM community radio on social and political issues of concern.
The late activist was born on 14 February 1929 in Walvis Bay and lived most of his life in Windhoek.