By Anel Powell
A Namibian businessperson who claims he has evidence proving that Civil Co-operation Bureau members were involved in the 1989 assassination of anti-apartheid activist Anton Lubowski is seeking the arrest of the men involved.
Charles Courtney-Clarke said he can prove that the CCB monitored Lubowski and had a motive to kill him. He claimed some police officers committed perjury by lying during the inquest into Lubowski's death.
"In this case, perjury charges are to be brought against the police who attended the inquest. They were monitoring Lubowski during the Untag period and can therefore tell who shot Lubowski." (Untag, the United Nations Transition Assistance Group, was deployed in Namibia in 1989.)
Courtney-Clarke has met lawyers to press for an investigation into why the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has been dragging its heels in prosecuting those involved.